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February 14, 2012

Flashback: Feb. 14, 2012

Looking Back (Feb. 12-18)

10 YEARS AGO (2002)

Jordan Ostrander scores 17 points as Plattsburgh State wraps up a 13-0 season at home with an 81-68 win over Utica/Rome.

Nicky Viti nets 24 points and Erin Hutchinson, 17, to lead the Plattsburgh State women to a school-record 15th victory, 85-53 over Utica/Rome.

Westport's Aimee Marsh joins the 1,000-point club in a 47-17 triumph over Long Lake in the MVAC girls' basketball final.

Peru, trailing by 15, rallies to stun PHS 58-52 in the Section VII boys' basketball tournament. Mike Oertel scores 16 points while Matt St. Clair keys a defense effort that limits Hornet ace Joel Butchino to 12 points.

Emily Devins, Megan Groves, Beth Hutchins and Alexis Webb lead the Malone girls to the Section X Indoor Track & Field championship.

Ryan Olsen, Dan Elliott and Shane Hubbell spark PHS to a repeat in the Section VII boys' swimming championships.

20 YEARS AGO (1992)

David duBois pours in 57 points to lead Lake Placid to a 102-66 rout of Indian Lake.

Angel Facteau collects 10 points, 8 rebounds and 6 steals in leading Saranac to a 38-37 victory, handing Seton Catholic its first CVAC setback of the girls' basketball season.

Greg Shaughnessy drops in 28 points as Schroon Lake repeats as MVAC champ with a 73-48 win over Westport. Pat Connell hits for 16 for the Eagles.

Tim Barnewall pours in 37 points to go with 7 rebounds and 6 blocks in Chateaugay's 62-58 win over Parishville-Hopkinton.

Jon Mulholland sinks 2 free throws with no time left to lift PHS to a 37-36 win over Saranac and into a first-place tie with the Chiefs.

Phoebe Decoste, Gwen LaBarre, Kasia Krul, Amy Boulrice and Jody Rounds lead Northern Adirondack to its fifth straight Section VII Class C volleyball title with a 3-1 win over Saranac.

Cathy Tolosky, Sadie Charland, Keryn Duley and Nikki O'Hara spark PHS to a 3-1 win over Peru and its third straight Class B volleyball crown.

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