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September 28, 2012

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tallies twice for the Eagles.

Sophomore Walt Worth scores 4 goals in Crown Point’s 6-2 win over Lake Placid. Terry Thatcher adds 2 scores while Roman Aluisy and John Martin connect for the Blue Bombers.

Erin Casey scores twice to lead MAI over Northern Adirondack 2-0.

Transfer Mark Kelly runs for 142 yards and 2 TDs and Tony Lamica adds a score as Malone stuns defending NAC champ Saranac Lake 19-0. It is the Huskies’ first win over the Redskins in more than 10 years.

Gary Kerr converts John Garrant’s direct kick into the game’s only score as PHS tops St. John’s 1-0 to snap the Irish’s 14-game unbeaten streak in boys’ soccer.

Bill Garrison scores 3 goals to lead unbeaten Elizabethtown-Lewis to a 4-2 victory over Keene Central. Chris D’Angelo, Chip Dickerson and Paul Arnold

score goals to give Willsboro a 3-1 win over defending MVAC champ Chazy.

40 YEARS AGO (1972)

John Carpenter picks off 2 passes and Tim White engineers 3 drives deep into St. Lawrence University territory; however, Plattsburgh State falls 16-0 to the Saints in a night game at Bailey Ave.

Dewey Reil returns an interception 25 yards for a score as PHS swipes 6 passes in a 27-0 win over Holy Family.

Steve Howley scores twice, once on an 87-yard run, to lead MAI to a 20-7 victory over Beekmantown in Head Coach Frank Sterrett’s debut with the Mounties.

Bill Yasment scores 1:50 into the first overtime to send Northern Adirondack on to a 2-0 soccer win over Northeastern Clinton.

Bill Proulx, George Poissant and Tom Trombley score for Chazy in a 3-0 win over Peru.

50 YEARS AGO (1962)

Jimmy Baker scores 3 touchdowns, Dave LaMora, 2, and John Kitchen, one, in Plattsburgh High’s 41-0 victory over Beekmantown.

John Lahtinen passes for 3 touchdowns and runs 80 yards for another score to lead Moriah past Lake Placid 41-12. Bob Mitchell and Ralph Paden each score twice for the Vikings. Jim Steck runs for one score and passes to Frank Sears

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