January 31, 2012

Flashback: Jan. 31, 2012

Looking Back (Jan. 29-Feb. 4)

10 YEARS AGO (2002)

▶ Plattsburgh High's Derek Stevens bowls the first 300 game in Section VII history.

▶ Brad DeForge's 2-point decision at 160 pounds helps Beekmantown seal a 33-30 win over Peru. Jeremy Smith, Josh LaSalle and Jacob Rivers earn major decisions for the Eagles.

▶ Nicky Viti comes off the bench to score 23 points in Plattsburgh State's 78-51 victory over New Paltz.

▶ Cristi LaClair scores 21 points to lead Clinton CC to a 57-42 triumph over SUNY Canton.

▶ Tim DeLise drops in 20 points and Adam Favro adds 19 as PHS defeats Seton Catholic 58-47 to snap the Knights' 8-game winning streak.

▶ Ashley Sherman nets 20 points and Aimee Marsh contributes 19 points and 13 rebounds in Westport's 71-50 win over Chazy. The loss ends Chazy's 9-game winning streak.

20 YEARS AGO (1992)

▶ Kevin Thompson and Sean McLaughlin each tally 16 points as Ticonderoga closes in on first place with a 54-42 win over NAC.

▶ Travis Gagnon hits for 35 points in Keene's 78-62 victory over Elizabethtown-Lewis. Chris Trina leads the Lions with 24.

▶ Mike Daul and Jamie Latinville score goals while Pat O'Neil makes 20 saves for the shutout in Plattsburgh High's 2-0 win over Seton Catholic.

▶ Pat Clancy, Jason Venne and Matt Taylor lead the way as Saranac turns back NAC 28-20 in a battle of wrestling unbeatens.

▶ Ryan Sherman sets a Section VII record with 8 3-pointers in Westport's 98-81 win over Elizabethtown-Lewis. Sherman also becomes the career 3-point leader with 94, eclipsing the old mark of 92 set by Tupper Lake's Brent Denis.

▶ Freshman Ann Parks scores 18 points to spur Saranac on to a 45-42 win over Northeastern Clinton. Rian McManus leads the Cougars with 16.

▶ Brian Munn scores 3 goals, including the game-winner 33 seconds into the second overtime, giving Saranac Lake a 4-3 win over Lake Placid.

▶ Aaron Manley's 6 points in the second overtime help Crown Point edge Willsboro 54-52. Doug Allen leads the Panthers with 21 while Mike Doyle scores 22 for the Warriors.

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