---- — 10 YEARS AGO (2003)
Aimee Marsh scores 17 points, grabs 13 rebounds, collects 6 steals and 6 assists to lead Westport to a 52-37 win over Elizabethtown-Lewis.
Rachelle DeCamp scores on a putback at the buzzer to lift Seton Catholic to a 51-49 overtime victory over PHS. Alicia Gibson nets 14 for the Knights while Cortney Drown paces PHS with 22.
Joe Cashin drops in 28 points to spark Elizabethtown-Lewis to a 54-40 win over Westport.
Diana and Linda Friedlander of Lake Placid are ranked sixth in the nation in mother-daughter tennis competition.
Plattsburgh High’s Ian Stanton records his 188th career point to break the school scoring record for hockey set the year before by former teammate Trevor Waite.
Pat Bedore sinks 2 free throws with 18 seconds left to lift Tupper Lake to a 54-51 win over Seton Catholic.
Rick Smith gains his 200th coaching victory at Ticonderoga as the unbeaten and fifth-ranked Sentinels defeat Peru 57-39. Meagan Tubbs scores 18 points and Tasa Osier, 16, while Alyson Saffelle blocks 9 shots to lead Ticonderoga.
Greg Cassidy’s third-period, powerplay goal gives Lake Placid a 2-2 tie with Beekmantown. Chris Lamberton makes 30 saves for the Blue Bombers while Jeff Krywanczyk stops 25 shots for the Eagles.
Colleen Blanchard banks in a short jumper with seconds left to give Willsboro a 45-44 win over Chazy.
20 YEARS AGO (1993)
Russell Holland scores 3 times to break the SUNY Cortland scoring record with 62 goals and 52 assists for 114 career points.
Jennifer Anson scores 19 points and Mika Conley, 16, as injury-riddled Westport edges Elizabethtown-Lewis 52-51. Korin Burdo leads the Lions with 20 points.
Suzanne Frenyea scores 39 points to become the first Beekmantown player to reach the 1,000-point plateau in girls’ basketball.
Sean Clute soars 6 feet, 9 inches to break the St. Lawrence University field house high-school record while teammate Levander Choplin adds firsts in the 55- and 300-meter dashes for Peru.
25 YEARS AGO (1988)
Sophomore Jeremy Dubay scores 34 points and grabs 20 rebounds to lead St. John’s to a 78-65 victory over Northern Adirondack. Kevin Boulrice leads the Bobcats with 24.
Kelly McQueen scores 15 points to lead Westport to a 54-37 triumph over Elizabethtown-Lewis in a battle of MVAC unbeatens. Tina Cortwright leads the Lions with 15.
Suzanne Souza nets 20 points to spark Plattsburgh State to a 59-54 win over Oswego.
Pat Patnode sinks 2 free throws with 4 seconds left to nail down a 61-58 Dannemora victory over Chazy. Dan Smith leads the Knights with 17 while Tom LaPierre scores 27 for Chazy.
Cindy Beebie scores 20 points and Erica Mercurio, 16, to lead MAI past AuSable Valley 53-39. Candi Besaw tallies 15 for Patriots.
Joey Ferras scores twice as Plattsburgh State defeats Brockport 8-1 to give fourth-year head coach Steve Hoar his 100th victory at the Cardinal helm.
Sherry Dobbs sinks a free throw with 6 seconds left to give unbeaten Peru a 61-60 come-from-behind victory over St. John’s.
Peru’s Todd Furnia equals the conference record for the 55-meter dash with a time of 6.5 seconds in his indoor track debut.
Scott Schalm scores 40 points to lead Lake Placid past Crown Point 68-50. Scott Brace nets 17 for the Panthers.
Chateaugay, coached by John Hollinshead, improves to 11-0 for its best start ever with a 64-40 win over Salmon River.
30 YEARS AGO (1983)
Pierre Alain, Plattsburgh State’s leading scorer with 11 goals and 14 assists, leaves school.
Jenny Johnson scores 13 points and Nancy Perry, 9, as Northeastern Clinton tops NAC for its 40th straight victory over a Section VII girls’ basketball opponent.
Shawn Wintermute scores 22 points and grabs 10 rebounds and Jodi Marcotte adds a 12-10 double to lead Willsboro to its 23rd consecutive victory, 58-24 over Crown Point.
Pete Tolhurst’s basket at the buzzer gives Saranac Lake a 64-63 victory over Tupper Lake. Bryan Higgenbotham adds 20 points and 11 rebounds and Don Quinn, 18 points. Paul Monakey and Ray Planty each score 18 for the Lumberjacks.
Ticonderoga upsets previously unbeaten Peru 43-42 with Shelly Russell scoring 29 points for the Sentinels. Allison Spear leads Peru with 16.
40 YEARS AGO (1973)
Cortland wins 29-18 to snap Peru’s dual-meet winning streak at 122, 29 short of the state wrestling record. Garen Arnold wins by pin for Peru with Kris Bruno, Wally Trayah, Bruce Bonville and Randy Cassevah posting decisions.
Elizabethtown-Lewis overcomes Glen Lang’s 28-point effort to defeat Crown Point 76-66 for its ninth straight victory. Dave Olcott scores 26 points to lead the Lions. Byron Couchey adds 16 and Paul Norton, 14.
Steve Parker nets 28 points and Mike Ryan, 16, as unbeaten Saranac rolls to a 77-45 rout of St. John’s before a standing-room-only crowd at Memorial Hall.
50 YEARS AGO (1963)
Neil Breen scores 21 points and John Pelkaus, 20, as Plattsburgh State upsets favored Montclair (N.J.) State 86-79 in overtime. Steve White adds 17 points and 13 rebounds while Tom Loughan’s basket forces overtime.
Michael O’Connor of Plattsburgh wins the special midgets event at the Eastern States Outdoor Speed Skating Championships in Saratoga Springs. Scott Burns, Roxanne Coryer and Debbie LaBombard also earn honors.
Tom Barnett (140 pounds), Bob Brown (147), Al Helson (114) and Phil Bowman (heavyweight) remain unbeaten as Plattsburgh High tops Keeseville 32-11 in wrestling.
Plattsburgh State second baseman Neil Sesselman, who hit .475 for the 1962 season, is named to the NAIA All-American team in baseball.
Carl King scores 42 points to lead OLVA past Beekmantown 88-63. Chuck Shields scores 18 for the Eagles.
60 YEARS AGO (1953)
Frank Dukette scores 29 points to lead Dannemora over Keeseville 71-62. Bennett tallies 21 for the Knights.
Dick Jakish pours in 35 points to spark OLVA to an 88-44 victory over Lyon Mountain. Tarasavage leads the Miners with 14.
Dean Benson is inducted in the military, which prevents him from defending his 175-pound title in the Vermont Golden Gloves.
70 YEARS AGO (1943)
Stokes scores 16 and Flanders, 12, as Plattsburgh defeats Rouses Point 53-30 to take over first place in the Clinton County League.
Myers scores 9 points to lead St. John’s to a 17-13 victory over Mount Assumption in a game marred by 29 fouls. R. Dragoon scores 5 for the Irish.