December 15, 2013

Flashback: December 15, 2013

10 YEARS AGO (2003)

 Peru’s Josh McDougal earns All-American honors with his fourth-place finish in the Foot Locker National Cross-Country Championships in San Diego. He covers the 5,000 meters in 15:01.

 Beekmantown’s Jason Lapham, wrestling at 135 pounds, wins a record 5th straight Sprig Gardner Tournament title in Merrick, L.I.

 Brian Caron scores 14 points while Devin Ray and Donte Ray each contribute 12 as Saranac, trailing by 16 after one quarter, rallies to beat Peru 63-61. Brandon Siskavich leads the Indians with 21.

Krysta Cutting collects 20 points and 16 rebounds in Elizabethtown-Lewis’s 63-34 win over Westport.

Emma Kohr scores 12 and Kate Sheldon, 10, as Keene tops Wells 43-33.

Courtney Coryea just misses a triple double with 12 points, 14 rebounds and 9 blocks in Northeastern Clinton’s 58-40 win over Brushton-Moira. Kari Garrand chips in with 15 points and 8 rebounds while Cortney Poirier leads the Panthers with 11 points.

 20 YEARS AGO (1993)

 Plattsburgh’s Holli Mulholland, Jen Payton and Autumn Serino of Lake Placid, Malone’s Missy West, Amy Boulerice of NAC, Amy Demers of Chazy, AuSable Valley’s LeeAnn Allen and Pam Dashnaw of Peru earn places on the All-State Team for girls’ soccer.

 Plattsburgh State’s Karin Sherman, Sue Kirwin and Laura Ray are chosen for the All-Region Team in soccer.

 Peru’s Chris Hartmann scores 43 points in an 80-64 win over Saranac.

 Schroon Lake’s Becca Robinson scores 19 points against Crown Point to go over 1,000 points for her basketball career.

Pat Chambers, Sean Nolan, Jason Venne, Seth Charles, Lance Eagle, Jared Facteau and Pat Clancy all record wins as Saranac decisions Mount Anthony 24-20, snapping the Vermonters’ 78-match winning streak.

 Peru’s Joe McCloud, 13, and Roger Nutt, 10, of Champlain qualify for the Junior Olympics in cross country.

 25 YEARS AGO (1988)

Jeff Jiampetti scores twice and Jeff Gonyo, Russell Holland, Scott Broderick, Mark Duffy and Todd Seymour once each as St. John’s beats Massena for the first time in hockey, 7-6.

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