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January 19, 2014

Flashback: January 15, 2014

10 YEARS AGO (2004)

Mark Rabideau scores 22 points to spark unbeaten Seton Catholic to a 99-53 triumph over PHS. Nick O’Meara leads the Hornets with 15 points.

Josh Filler drops in 26 points to lead Schroon Lake past Chazy 74-54. Corey Lewis paces the Eagles with 19.

Brady Pratt scores 4 goals and adds an assist to lead Saranac Lake to a 6-3 victory over Lake Placid in hockey. He becomes the school’s all-time leader in points with 175, topping the old mark of 172 set by Ryan Ratelle.

Plattsburgh High’s Stefan Crain captures 4 events in the Boys’ Midseason Swim Invitational.

Peru’s Morgan Remillard notches his 100th career victory at the Eastern States Wrestling Championships.

20 YEARS AGO (1994)

Malone’s Missy West scores 30 points against Gouverneur to go over 1,000 for her career. 

Cory Jacques nets 30 points in Willsboro’s 79-55 win over Keene. Jason Hurd adds 15 while Mike Piserchia scores 22 for the Beavers.

Glenn Coupal scores three goals, including one shorthanded, and Cory Juneau adds a pair as Seton Catholic defeats Ogdensburg, 9-4, in hockey.

Ron Trombley, Jason Bushey, Trent Curry, Jared Peryea, Heath Smith and Kevin Gregory win their weight classes to lead Northern Adirondack to the team title in the 23rd Annual Barry Livermore Wrestling Tournament.

25 YEARS AGO (1989)

Amy Bushey scores 11 points and grabs 12 rebounds to lead Northeastern Clinton to a 47-36 win over St. John’s in a battle of division leaders. Brigid Connor leads the Irish with 13.

Tim Salerno scores 20 points, including 2 free throws with 9 seconds to play, as Moriah upsets Beekmantown 59-58. Jeff Beebie leads the Eagles with 14.

Cyndie Garrant scores 20 points and Lisa Zaferakis chips in with 13 points and 10 rebounds as Plattsburgh High downs MAI 46-41 in overtime. Mary Rickson scores 18 points for MAI.

Dwayne Dushane scores 19 points and pulls down 20 rebounds to lead Crown Point to a 55-54 two-overtime win over Chazy. P.J. Gondek nets 13 for the Eagles.

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