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March 2, 2014

Flashback: February 26, 2014

10 YEARS AGO (2004)

Beekmantown’s Jason Lapham and Malone’s Zach Zerniak place second in the state wrestling championships. Peru’s Morgan Remillard, Caleb Remillard and Max Rock come in third.

Freshman defenseman Dan Kelly scores 2:02 into overtime to give Beekmantown a 2-1 victory over Lake Placid in the Section VII Div. II hockey final.

Nick Montour’s overtime goal lifts Salmon River to a 3-2 triumph over Malone in the Section X Div. II hockey title game.

Monica Angelosanto scores 17 points as Chazy topples Westport 49-38 in the semifinals, ending Westport’s 9-year reign over Section VII Class D girls’ basketball.

Heather Bessette wins 2 events and finishes second in another to spur the unbeaten Franklin Academy Huskies of Malone to the Section X girls’ indoor track & field championship.

Jamie Milne and Shae Gilmore lead the way as Northern Adirondack successfully defends its title in Class C Winter Regional Volleyball play.

Former Seton Catholic and Clarkson University standout Tim Barcomb signs a professional baseball contract with the Evansville (Ind.) Otters of the independent Frontier League.

Former Beekmantown and College of Saint Rose star Doug Kimbler is named men’s baseball coach at Hartwick College.

20 YEARS AGO (1994)

Trent Curry (91), Jared Peryea (98), Kevin Gregory (132), Jason Bushey (144) and Chad Barber (215) lead Northern Adirondack to its first Section VII wrestling title since 1974.

Paul Pfaff (112), Mike Maloney (119) and Chad Malley (126) lead Malone to the Section X wrestling championship.

Chris Gondek scores 25 points as Chazy beats Crown Point 56-47 to win the Class D title, its first in 19 years.

Ellis Atkins scores 25 points as Seton Catholic surprises Beekmantown 52-47 in the Class B final.

Mike Strack scores 13 points and Saranac Lake beats Northeastern Clinton 60-50 for the Class C crown.

D.J. MacPhail’s goal 6:54 into sudden death lifts Plattsburgh State over Oswego in the mini game.

Jody Bigalow’s 3-pointer in the final seconds gives Crown Point a 43-41 win and ends Westport’s five-year Section VII Class D girls’ reign.

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