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October 13, 2013

Flashback: October 13, 2013

10 YEARS AGO (2003)

Clint McCool scores twice to lead Peru to a record-setting 5-0 victory over Saranac Lake in boys’ soccer. The win — the Indians’ 16th overall — establishes a new school record for the sport.

Andrew Cummings runs for 247 yards and 3 touchdowns to spark Seton Catholic to a 19-12 victory over PHS.

Tom Barton leads Tupper Lake, ranked 12th in the state in Class D, to a stunning 27-28 upset of Saranac Lake, ranked third in Class C in boys’ cross country.

Charlie Taylor leads the way as Peru caps an 20-0 season in boys’ cross country with a tiebreaking win over Ticonderoga.

Keene’s Brittany Purdy reaches 100 points for her high-school soccer career, and, in the process, breaks her sister Nichole’s 7-year-old school record for points.

Travis Dragoon of Northeastern Clinton and Saranac Lake’s Lisa Reyell win individual honors in the CVAC cross-country championships.

20 YEARS AGO (1993)

Jeremy Poirier comes in third and Andy Stone delivers through displacement to help the Malone boys wrap up their 16th Northern Athletic Conference cross-country crown in 17 years.

Julie Rock and Kim Swarts lead the way as Peru ends Plattsburgh High’s 10-year reign over CVAC gymnastics.

Sam Godfrey runs for 300 yards in Peru’s 35-7 victory over Ticonderoga to break the CVAC single-season rushing record of 1,497 held by the Indians’ Tony Montemorra. Godfrey is at 1,490.

Canisius College junior Nick Fitzsimmons, a former AuSable Valley standout, finishes third in the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference cross-country championships at Van Cortlandt Park. He covers 5.05 miles in 26 minutes, 32 seconds.

25 YEARS AGO (1988) 

Dennis Dwyer scores on a one-yard run in the second quarter to give Saranac Lake a 7-0 win over Peru in a battle of CVAC unbeatens. The game had been postponed two days until Monday because of heavy snow in the Tri-Lakes.

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