October 6, 2013

Flashback: October 7, 2013


---- — 10 YEARS AGO (2003)

Clinton Community College freshman Krista Jubert leads NJCAA Div. III women’s soccer in points with 65 on 29 goals and 7 assists. Her total tops the previous CCC record of 64 set by Kaleen McCool during the 2001 season.

Elyse Bailey and Adam Scharf lead the Franklin Academy Huskies to a sweep of Chateaugay in soccer with the Malone girls winning 3-2 and the boys, 3-1.

Donny Coolidge, Chris McMillan and Mike Monty score touchdowns and Dave Boucher adds a 33-yard field goal in Plattsburgh High’s 23-7 victory over Beekmantown.

Nolan Ryan scores twice and Josh Friedrich and Justin Seymour once each to lead Chazy to a 4-0 win over Johnsburg in the MVAC boys’ soccer championship game.

Phoebe Clarke collects 3 goals and 2 assists to spark Willsboro to a 7-0 triumph over Minerva-Newcomb for the MVAC girls’ title.

Plattsburgh State assistant cross-country coach Eric Blake wins the Steamtown Marathon in Scranton, Pa. with a time of 2:21:24.

20 YEARS AGO (1993)

Jannette Ashe, Amy Carey, Kara Korpan and Nichole Purdy score as Keene wraps up the MVAC South girls’ soccer title with a 4-1 victory over Long Lake.

Chris Wheeler leads Ticonderoga to the Div. I title in the Burnt Hills cross-country Invitational. Teammates Joe Rutkowski, Jim Williams and Jay Wells also crack the top 6.

Kevin Manchester scores 3 goals and adds an assist to lead Clinton CC to an 11-0 rout of Finger Lakes CC. J.R. Harmon chips in with 2 goals while Alan Coffman contributes one goal and 2 assists.

Moriah’s Shontel Meachem sets a school diving record with a score of 327.50 in the Mid-Fall Classic.

25 YEARS AGO (1988)

Freshmen Reggie Behner of Ticonderoga and Patty McCormick of St. John’s finish first in the Third-Annual AuSable Valley cross-country Invitational.

Former Newcomb star Mary Jane Dillon scores 4 goals to lead Plattsburgh State past SUNY Potsdam 5-1 in women’s soccer.

Bambi Crowningshield and Heidi Bottigliero score goals as Elizabethtown-Lewis edges Westport 2-1 and takes the overall lead in the MVAC South.

Mike Whitehouse puts in a rebound to give Peru a 1-0 victory over NAC and the lead in CVAC soccer.

Jay Marsden scores 3 times to spur Malone on to a 5-0 triumph over Brushton-Moira in boys’ soccer.

30 YEARS AGO (1983)

Leon Angevine is named boys’ basketball coach at Peru, succeeding Steve Tolosky.

Scott Purdy scores 2 second-half goals as Keene knocks off previously unbeaten Elizabethtown-Lewis 4-2. Jay Dumas and Chuck Frost also score for the Beavers while Bill Garrison gets both Lions’ goals.

Chris Godlewski and Shawn Worden score 2 goals apiece and Kyle Matyi, one, as AuSable Valley beats NAC 5-2 to wrap up the CVAC soccer crown.

Theresa Bobal and Karen Crossett each win 3 events as Peru wraps up its fifth straight CVAC girls’ swimming championship.

Jim Jolicoeur, Bob LaPage, Kevin Gregoire, Mike Criss, Phil Avanzato, Steve Criss, Paul Debyah and John Bushey lead the Beekmantown defense that limits Peru to 52 yards offense in a 34-6 victory for the Eagles.

Becky Collins converts a penalty kick late in the game to give PHS a 1-1 tie with unbeaten AuSable Valley. Beth Santor scores for the Patriots.

Jack Daly ties the Dartmouth College single-game receiving record with 11 catches in the Big Green’s 21-17 loss to William & Mary.

40 YEARS AGO (1973)

Keeseville native Carl LaBombard, who drove Saratoga Harness Horse of the Year Mettle to 11 victories for the year, receives the Johnny Page Award as a rising trainer at the track.

Joe Shovan scores 2 goals and picks up an assist and Pete Hooper adds a goal as Elizabethtown-Lewis clinches its sixth straight MVL soccer title with a 3-0 win over Schroon Lake. Tim Drummond records his third shutout in 4 games.

Moriah turns back Pete Proctor on 3 quarterback sneak attempts to hold off Beekmantown for a 20-19 victory. Tom Nels throws for 2 touchdowns and runs for another in the Vikings’ victory.

Donna Rock scores twice and Sue Sears and Laurie Rock once each to spark Beekmantown to a 4-1 win over PHS in field hockey. June Ricketson accounts for the PHS goal.

50 YEARS AGO (1963)

Dick Sabourin runs for 2 touchdowns and adds a point-after to lead MAI past OLVA 27-12. John Hay and Bob White also score for the Mounties while Mike Dandrow picks up 2 PATs. Sid Forgette passes to Terry Polhemus for one OLVA touchdown and Ed Rabideau runs for another.

Mickey Cooper and Jim Weir score 2 goals each as CCIL champ Dannemora caps a 7-0 soccer season with a 4-3 win over Mooers. The game before, Arnie Miller scores with 15 seconds to play to lift the Knights over Altona 3-2.

Jim Cason and Tim Walker score touchdowns and Chuck Depo passes to Art Garcia for a PAT as Keeseville snaps a 26-game winless streak with a 13-0 triumph over AuSable Forks.

The Ticonderoga Sentinels fight a forest fire in the morning and then regroup that night to defeat St. John’s 23-6 in football with Richard Gunning, Noel Pelletier and Fred Wehrman scoring touchdowns.

Jim McCormick runs for 2 touchdowns to lead the St. Pius X Golden Knights of Saranac Lake to a 14-7 win over Beekmantown.

60 YEARS AGO (1953)

Plattsburgh’s Ed Trombley captures the St. Michael’s College tennis championship with a five-set victory over Bob Fosket of Staten Island.

Mike Beauvais runs for 2 touchdowns and passes for a third in leading Plattsburgh High past Port Henry 26-6.

Tubby McKinney comes off the bench with the Muzzlers down 13-0 to spark MAI to a 14-13 victory over Lake Placid. Clark Everleth, Ray Everleth and Ray Henderson also figure prominently in the comeback. Sears and Strack score for Lake Placid.

70 YEARS AGO (1943)

Arthur Tourville and Bill Burgess return fumbles for touchdowns and Stanley Garrow adds another score to lead Plattsburgh High to a 19-7 triumph over Lake Placid. Arnold LaPlant sets up one of the scores with a devastating tackle. Bill Hurley returns a PHS fumble 60 yards to score for Lake Placid.