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May 30, 2012

Flashback: June 1, 2012

10 YEARS AGO (2002)

Marci Everleth, Erica Butler and Tianna Gushlaw collect 3 hits each to lead Saranac to a 10-4 victory over Massena in Class B softball regional play.

Tom Gaddor belts a pair of two-run doubles and Mike Rosselli turns in a solid pitching performance as Moriah defeats defending state Class D baseball champion Parishville-Hopkinton 5-3 in the quarterfinals.

Ticonderoga drops a 1-0, 9-inning decision to 2-time state champ Mechanicville in the Class C softball quarterfinals. Kate Meserve gets the Sentinels’ only hit.

Heather Bessette (400 hurdles), Elise Bailey (400) and Beth Hutchins (800) lead Malone to the Section X girls’ track & field championship.

20 YEARS AGO (1992)

Patty McCormick of Seton Catholic captures the girls’ 3,000 meters in 9:57.8 to become the first Section VII athlete to win a state championship in outdoor track & field.

Chris Peets of NCCS wins singles while Steve Eggleston and Craig Heins of PHS take the Section VII doubles crown.

Kelly Aswad delivers a 2-run single and Saranac Lake scores 3 times in the 7th inning to beat Saranac 5-4 in the Section VII Class C softball final. Erin O’Dell and Beth Hogle chip in with 2 hits apiece.

Phil Beaney belts a 3-run homer and Casey Gadwaw adds a solo shot to power Lake Placid past Moriah 11-4 in the Class D baseball final.

Alison Reilly knocks in 2 runs with a single and Krista Bigelow adds an RBI single to lead Westport past Bolton 11-8 in the Class D softball final.

Joe Rockhill raps his 5th homer of the season and drives in 4 runs to spark Malone to an 8-4 win over Ogdensburg in the Section X Class B baseball final.

Bobsledding standout and Olympic bronze-medalist Jim Lamy of Saranac Lake dies at 64.

Peru’s Pete Longley bests Brandy McDonald of PHS 1-0 for the Div. I crown. Longley strikes out 10 and gives up 5 hits while McDonald allows only one hit while fanning 7. Steve St. Clair scores the only run after leading off the second with a bunt single and coming around on a wild pickoff attempt.

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