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November 24, 2013

Flashback: November 24, 2013

10 YEARS AGO (2003)

Peru’s Josh McDougal, 18, beats the 21-year-old, high-school course record for Van Cortlandt Park with a time of 15 minutes, 8 seconds for 5 kilometers.

North Country CC goaltender Joel Siskavich makes 44 saves in a 5-2 loss to SUNY Morrisville in hockey.

Elizabethtown ultramarathoner Nikki Kimball finishes 8th in the IAU 100K World Cup in Taiwan, with a time of 8 hours, 51:35 minutes for 62 miles.

Peru loses to Rye 35-22 in the state Class B semifinals in football. Matt McCormick completes 15 of 29 passes for 158 yards and 2 touchdowns for Peru.

MVP Curtis Smith, Cam Arterberry and Johnnie Carter lead Plattsburgh State to the Cardinal Classic title in Tom Curle’s debut as men’s basketball coach. The Cardinals beat St. Joseph’s (Maine), 59-48, and Middlebury, 86-75.

20 YEARS AGO (1993)

Mike Thomas of AuSable Forks bowls a 300 game in the Riverside Lanes Handicap Tournament.

Randy Bowden scores 19 of his game-high 25 points in the second half to rally Clinton CC past North Country CC, 72-66. Erich LaBelle leads the Saints with 25 points.

Chazy’s Chris Gondek is named most valuable player in MVAC North soccer while Chris Gonyo of Northeastern Clinton is the MVP of CVAC boys’ soccer.

Keep My Secret, shown by Lori Allen of Morrisonville, wins Circuit honors at the North Carolina Quarter Horse Association show in Columbia.

Oswego holds on to beat Plattsburgh, 5-4, snapping a string of 10 straight losses to to the Cardinals in men’s hockey.

25 YEARS AGO (1988)

Denfield James scores 29 points and Mike Boulrice adds 18 to lead Clinton Community College to a 94-83 victory over North Country Community College. Jerome Batchelor leads the Saints with 26 points.

Rich Marchessault scores one goal and picks up 3 assists to lead Clinton Community College to a 5-2 victory over Mohawk Valley CC in men’s hockey.

30 YEARS AGO (1983)

Tim Derrick places 37th out of 350 runners with a time of 17:03 over the muddy, 3.1-mile course as St. John’s becomes the first Section VII team to compete in the Federation cross-country championships.

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