December 1, 2013

Flashback: Nov. 25, 2013

10 YEARS AGO (2003)

Ben Reynolds scores 23 points, including the game-winning basket with 3 seconds to play, to lift Willsboro to a 50-49 victory over host North Warren in the tournament final.

The Malone Huskies win 2 tournaments in 4 days with Derek Marshall netting 22 points in a 75-48 win over host Brushton-Moira in the title game and Aaron Wescott collecting 18 points and 15 rebounds in a 64-52 triumph over NAC in the final of the Bobcat Shootout.

Ben Nephew (34:07) and Michelle Kirby (41:17) win the 10K while Ken Drake (18:17) and Amanda Chase (19:03) capture the 5K in the 26th Peru John Adams Turkey Trot.

Brendan Graney drops in 26 points as Ticonderoga tops Potsdam 59-53, in overtime, in the final of the Mike Vigliotti Memorial Basketball Tournament.

Cortney Poirier follows up a 26-point effort with 27 points in the championship game, leading host Brushton-Moira past Chateaugay 59-43.

20 YEARS AGO (1993)

Lake Placid’s Autumn Serino and Sherri Warner of Keene are named most valuable players in MVAC girls’ soccer.

Plattsburgh High’s Holli Mulholland earns MVP honors in CVAC girls’ soccer.

Peru’s Sam Godfrey is the CVAC Offensive Player of the Year while Saranac Lake’s Matt Bruce receives Defensive Player of the Year honors.

Peru’s Jim Varno bowls the second 300 game in one week in the 17th Riverside Lanes Handicap Bowling Tournament.

Kyle Watson and Patty McCormick win the annual Peru Turkey Trot.

25 YEARS AGO (1988)

Mike Howard, with a time of 32:27 for 10,000 meters, and Kathy Champagne (35:05) place first in the 11th Peru Turkey Trot.

Clint Cowan scores 19 points, Mike Martin and Mark McCormick chip in with 15 and Don Carlisto nets 14 as Chateaugay defeats Massena 89-70 in its season opener.

Plattsburgh State cross-country standout Kathy Kane, a senior from Elmira and the first female to earn All-America honors for the Cardinalks, is named SUNYAC Athlete of the Year.

Irving Mauran, John Becker and Andrew Gillings score 10 each as Schroon Lake wins its own tournament, beating Long Lake 50-38 in the final. Ezra Crawford scores 22 for the Lakers.

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