10 YEARS AGO (2002)
E Amanda Deyoe pitches a 2-hitter in the opener and also gets the win in Game 2 as Clinton Community College sweeps a softball doubleheader from North Country Community College. Kaleen McCool, Erin McKane and Sonia Altamura come through with RBI hits in the second game.
▶ Billy Arquette, 20, playing for Eagles Tavern of Hogansburg, beats Willie Mattila of Keeseville's Riverside Hotel to become the youngest champion in the 26-year history of the Northern New York 8-Ball Tournament.
▶ Kenny Bezio's 2-run homer highlights a 10-run, fourth-inning explosion that carries Clinton CC to its first win of the baseball season, 10-4 over Adirondack CC.
▶ Ticonderoga's Kendra Fuller tosses a one-hitter at Syracuse CBA as the Sentinels improve to 3-1 in the Grand Strand Softball Tournament in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Alicia Kryston rips a triple while Tara Vilardo and Fuller chip in with RBI singles for the Sentinels.
20 YEARS AGO (1992)
E Tim Barnewall, 6-foot-4 senior forward from Chateaugay, is named to the New York State Class D Third Team for boys' basketball. Barnewall leads the area in scoring, averaging 23.9 points per game.
▶ Bryant Butler, senior guard for Seton Catholic, lands on the State Class B Ninth Team after averaging 17.6 points a game for the Knights.
▶ Former Franklin Academy standout Wendi Clarke wins the high jump for Plattsburgh State in the Albany Invitational track & field meet.
25 YEARS AGO (1987)
E Kathy Brandell-Champagne wins the Kingston Classic with a new course record for women — 34 minutes, 55.9 seconds for 10 kilometers.
▶ Dean Rock raps 2 homers in one inning to lead MAI to a 20-2 thrashing of Moriah.
▶ Gary Peryea collects 4 hits, including 2 triples, in Northern Adirondack's 16-10 season-opening win over Saranac.
▶ Tammy Miller's two-out RBI single in the bottom of the seventh lifts Saranac to a 2-1 win over Northern Adirondack.