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Looking Back (Feb. 5-11)

10 YEARS AGO (2002)

▶ Joel Siskavich records 36 saves and James Reardon scores from Chris Roach to give Seton Catholic a 1-0 win over St. Joseph's of Buffalo. In the tournament final, Matt LeClair's goal in the seventh shootout lifts the Knights to victory over host Massena.

▶ Chris Henderson sweeps the 55-meter hurdles, 300-meter dash and the triple jump to lead the Peru boys to the Section VII team title while eighth-grader Emily Medeiros takes first in the 1,000, second in the 1,500 and third in the 3,000 to lead the Saranac girls to the crown.

▶ Burton Rockwell decisions his opponent to win the 139-pound title at the Vermont Golden Gloves.

▶ Adam Porter sinks two free throws with 10 seconds left and then blocks a shot to give Ticonderoga a 45-44 win over Seton Catholic and the CVAC Div. II title.

Erika Covey pours in 30 points to lead Beekmantown to a 58-54 victory over Saranac Lake. Danielle Granish scores 18 for the Red Storm.

▶ Aaron Greene comes up with 28 points and 22 rebounds in Lake Placid's 58-38 triumph over Willsboro.

20 YEARS AGO (1992)

▶ Corey West nails a 3-pointer with two seconds left to give Malone a 53-51 win over Gouverneur.

▶ Sean McLaughlin tallies 28 points as Ticonderoga clinches the CVAC Div. II title with a 59-48 win over Northern Adirondack.

▶ Ed Lockwood knocks in Jay Quenville's rebound at 3:36 of overtime to give Malone a 6-5 upset of Canton, the top-ranked Div. II team in boys' hockey.

▶ Northern Adirondack's Troy LaPoint registers his 100th career wrestling win.

▶ Bob Brunell is presented the NASCAR Grand National North Sportsmanship Award for the 1991 season.

▶ Danielle Devins nets 17 points in Chazy's 42-37 triumph over Elizabethtown-Lewis.

▶ Seton Catholic's Suzy Paiser goes over 1,000 points for her basketball career in a 56-35 win over NCCS.

▶ Erin Sprague and Penny Venne lead Northern Adirondack to a 3-0 sweep of AuSable Valley, giving the Bobcats a perfect finish in volleyball.

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