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February 9, 2014

Flashback: February 9, 2014

10 YEARS AGO (2004)

Cole Ronfeldt’s 603 series leads AuSable Valley to victory, enabling the Patriots to clinch the CVAC boys’ bowling championship. Northeastern Clinton, paced by Cassie Roberts, claims its first girls’ title since 1993.

Jen Soucia’s first career 3-pointer with 4 seconds left in overtime gives Chateaugay a 51-50 victory over Madrid-Waddington.

Scottie Rovito scores 27 points, including the 1,000th of her career, but it isn’t enough as Plattsburgh State falls to New Paltz 59-48 in women’s basketball.

Travis James records his 100th career victory and joins Tyler James, Josh LaSalle, Jason Lapham, Josh Howard, Justin Thorpe and Joe Hooper in posting critical wins to help Beekmantown knock off Gouverneur, the state’s No. 1 team in small-school wrestling, 45-33.

Heather Bessette breaks her own Malone school record for the girls’ indoor triple jump with a leap of 34 feet, 11 inches.

Peru’s Josh McDougal finishes fifth in the USA Junior Cross-Country Championships to earn a spot on the Junior World team.

20 YEARS AGO (1994)

Malone hockey standout Jay Quenville is a three-time century man with 112 goals and 108 assists in 102 games.

Tourney MVP Mike Beaney scores two goals and adds an assist to lead Lake Placid to a 4-3 win over Saranac Lake in the final of the Lake Placid Hockey Tournament.

Carrie Hickey scores 22 points and grabs 14 rebounds in Keene’s 47-46 win over Wells.

Westport’s Mika Conley joins the 1,000-point club with 13 points in Westport’s 59-26 victory.

A crowd of 3,694 watches Plattsburgh State defeat Oswego State, 5-2, in hockey. Steve Moore, D.J. MacPhail, Scott Haller, Jeff Azar and Mike Bzdel score for the Cardinals.

25 YEARS AGO (1989)

Jeremy Dubay scores 23 points as St. John’s defeats Saranac 56-52, overcoming the loss of Scott Silva to a broken wrist earlier in the day.

Kara Kitchen and Meaghan Wood make shots in the last 1:10 to give AuSable Valley a 38-36 win over previously unbeaten Northeastern Clinton.

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