December 13, 2011

Flashback: Dec. 13, 2011

10 YEARS AGO (2001)

Saranac Lake's Andrea Kilbourne, a forward for Princeton University, is selected to play for the U.S. Women's Olympic Hockey Team in 2002.

Adam Porter scores 12 points in the second half to spark Ticonderoga to a 60-44 win over Northeastern Clinton. Jarod Johnson leads the Sentinels with 18 points while Ben Doody tallies 18 for the Cougars.

Scott Mitchell nets 15 of his game-high 20 points in the fourth quarter to lead Brushton-Moira to a 57-50 come-from-behind win over Chateaugay.

AuSable Valley's Jody Ashline, at 135 pounds, earns the Outstanding Wrestler Award in the Indian River Tournament.

Gabe LeBlanc scores 14 points as Northeastern Clinton snaps Northern Adirondack's 19-game conference winning streak with a 59-54 victory.

Eighth-grader Corey Lewis sinks a layup with one second left to give Chazy a 45-44 win over Westport.

20 YEARS AGO (1991)

Westport overcomes Dave DuBois's 45-point effort to defeat Lake Placid 92-70. Craig Bullock leads the Eagles with 22 while Stephen Vogel chips in with 20.

Jeremy Collins' decision at 215 pounds gives Saranac a 27-22 win over Beekmantown in wrestling. Chris Howard, Matt Taylor and Seth Charles record pins for the Chiefs while Joey Desautels wins by fall for the Eagles.

Colleen Easterbrooks scores 19 points and Amy Cushman, 14, as Saranac Lake snaps a 4-year, 71-game conference losing streak with a 45-38 win over Moriah.

AuSable Valley's Brad Bortnick claims 4 firsts while Charlie Weisman and Curt Hanover are triple winners for PHS in the CVAC preseason swim invitational.

J.P. Mason scores 17 points and Joey Nixon contributes 14 as AuSable Valley knocks off previously unbeaten NAC 58-56.

Steve St. Clair hits for 16 points in Peru's 63-46 win over defending Div. I champ PHS. Nathan O'Hara leads the Hornets with 17.

25 YEARS AGO (1986)

Moscow Spartak skates to a 10-6 victory over Plattsburgh State in front of 3,500 at the Field House and a live television audience. Andre Giroux and Dave Piromalli each score twice for the Cardinals.

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