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December 20, 2011

Flashback: Dec. 20, 2011

Looking Back (Dec. 22-21)

10 YEARS AGO (2001)

Joel Butchino scores 25 points and Adam Favro, 16, as Plattsburgh High tops Gouverneur 63-51 in a battle of unbeatens. Brian Leonard nets 11 for the Wildcats.

MVP Monica Angelosanto scores 18 points and Ashley Boyea contributes 16 points and 10 rebounds in Chazy's 57-38 win over Keene in the Elizabethtown-Lewis Girls' Basketball Tournament. Lisa Hudson tallies 19 for Keene.

MVP Jen McDonnell hits for 15 points and Trisha Beamish chips in with 14 as Saranac Lake downs AuSable Valley 51-39 in the Lady of the Lakes Tournament final. Suzi Meconi and Lee Ann Peck each net 10 for the Patriots.

The Sentinels cap an 8-0 first-half season with a 53-38 win over Seton Catholic. Kristin LaVallie records 18 points, 16 rebounds and 4 blocks while Francine Caron has 15 points and 12 rebounds.

Beekmantown's Erika Covey surpasses 1,000 points for her basketball career in the Eagles' loss to Lake George in the Ticonderoga tourney.

Keith Kane and Brian D'Aust nail 3-pointers to send Seton Catholic on to a 66-61 win over PHS in the 33rd Alumni Tournament final.

Malone's Tyler McGibbon records his 100th career wrestling win in the Huskies' victory over Ogdensburg.

20 YEARS AGO (1991)

Mike Jolin and Mike Bouthilette score in the last 43 seconds to give PHS a 5-4 hockey win over South Glens Falls.

L.A. Ross scores with 31 seconds to go in the second overtime, giving Bellows Free Academy a 6-5 triumph over Seton Catohlic.

Sara Facteau, Patty McCormick and Jen Goette are named to the all-state team in cross country.

Richard Moore scores 16 points and Matt LaClair sinks 4 clutch free throws to give NAC a 46-37 win over AuSable Valley in the Beekmantown tourney final.

Christine Beebie and Suzanne Frenyea combine for 79 points and 50 rebounds over 2 games as Beekmantown wins the Massena Girls' Basketball Tournament, beating the host Red Raiders 55-37 in the final.

Boomer Sprague's 16 points pace Moriah to a 68-43 triumph over host Crown Point in the tourney final.

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