January 27, 2013

Flashback: Jan. 27, 2013

10 YEARS AGO (2003)

Chazy’s Jeff Krywanczyk and Seton Catholic’s Chris Roach earn spots on the All-State team in boys’ soccer.

Moriah’s Mike Fernandez reaches 1,000 points for his high-school basketball career.

Erin MacDougal scores 16 points as Willsboro knocks off Westport 44-36 to grab a share of the division lead. Aimee Marsh leads the Eagles with 15.

Jerrad Dumont contributes 20 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists as Chateaugay defeats Salmon River 80-49 to clinch a tie for first in the NAC East. Keith Helm chips in with 17 points.

Chris Roach and Dane Ellerton score goals 14 seconds apart midway through the third period as undefeated Seton Catholic rallies to down Beekmantown 3-2. Matt Jodoin also scores for the Knights while Owen Kelly and Glenn Palmer account for the Eagle goals.

Mary Buckley nets 19 points while Meagan Pelkey and Heidi Christon chip in with 12 each as Saranac thrashes division-leader NCCS 67-46. Kari Garrand leads the Cougars with 14 points.

Scottie Rovito and Jennifer McDonough combine for 51 points as Plattsburgh State beats Fredonia 79-71 for its sixth straight victory and 11th win in 13 games.

MVP Caleb White comes up with 26 saves, giving him a two-day total of 46, as Saranac upends host Malone 3-1 in a boys’ hockey tourney final.

20 YEARS AGO (1993)

Nicole Galy serves 27 points, including 10 straight in the third game, as Plattsburgh High rallies from a 2-0 deficit to defeat Northern Adirondack 3-2, ending the Bobcats’ winning streak at 52 matches. Jackie Rotelli, Maggie Bordeau and Cathy Tolosky also are key players in the victory.

Tom Welch scores 23 points and Mike Recore, 17, as Saranac ends Ticonderoga’s 8-game winning streak with a 56-25 triumph. Darrell LaFrance leads the Sentinels with 11 points.

Doug Allen nets 30 points and Randy Pertak, 18, to lead Crown Point past previously unbeaten Willsboro 71-69. Cory Jacques scores 24 points for the 11-1 Warriors.

Defenseman Greg Gudz scores 3 goals in Seton Catholic’s 7-5 victory over PHS.

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