February 16, 2014

Flashback: February 16, 2014

10 YEARS AGO (2004)

Joe Akey scores 21 points, grabs 8 rebounds and picks up 6 assists as Seton Catholic defeats Saranac 71-60 in a showdown of CVAC unbeatens.

Peru’s Morgan Remillard pins previously unbeaten Travis James in the highlight match; however, Beekmantown rallies to win 38-34, claiming its first CVAC wrestling title in 18 years.

The PHS boys, led by Jason Garrand and Dan Dragoon, capture the Section VII bowling crown while the NCCS girls, led by Cassie Roberts, claimed their first title ever.

Dan Elliott, Shane Hubbell, Jack Honor and Stefan Crain lead the PHS boys to the Section VII-X swimming championship.

Corey Wright nets 20 points and Ryan Reif, 12, as Clinton CC upsets No. 1 seed North Country CC 77-68 in the Northern Independents Conference Tournament final.

Bethany Friedrich fires in a career-high 33 points to lead Chazy to a 65-21 thrashing of Willsboro as the Eagles lock their first MVAC division title in 17 years.

Allen Alterie scores 20 points, Ben Reynolds chips in with 15 points, 11 rebounds and 8 assists and Jake Reynolds collects 17 rebounds as Willsboro wraps up the MVAC North in boys’ basketball with a 48-38 victory over Chazy.

Tiffany Fleury and Ashley Lane each score 11 points while freshman Beth Wiggins grabs 8 rebounds in leading Malone to a 64-37 drubbing of Ogdensburg and a 20-0 finish for the Huskies.

20 YEARS AGO (1994)

Willsboro’s Jody Bigalow scores 48 points in an 83-57 win to break the Section VII girls’ single-game scoring record of 45 set by Julie Moore in 1991.

Adam Poirier scores off Jody Potter’s steal to give Brushton-Moira a 49-48 win over Colton-Pierrepont in a Northern Athletic Conference East showdown. Nate Mosher contributes 16 points and 16 rebounds while Brad Dufrane scores 10.

Ellis Atkins scores 20 points and Dewey Carter, 16, to lead Seton Catholic to a 57-51 upset of Beekmantown.

Gavin Mazurak nets 16, Mike Daniels, 11, and Nick Tagliarino, 10, as Plattsburgh High clinches the CVAC Div. I title with a 47-37 win over Northeastern Clinton.

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