December 10, 2012

Flashback: Nov. 30, 2012

10 YEARS AGO (2002)

Kyle Watson wins the John Adams Memorial Turkey Trot with a time of 33:16. Michelle Kirby is the first female to finish, in 41:32.

Owen Kelly and Jeremy Deyo each score twice to lead Beekmantown to a 4-1 hockey victory over Monroe-Woodbury.

Mike Kriegel tallies 21 points and Scott Cheney, 18, as Tupper Lake edges Saranac Lake 71-66, in overtime. Steve Johnson leads the Red Storm with 23 points while Matt Daunais nets 15.

Olivia Dwyer scores 22 points and grabs 19 rebounds to lead Keene to a 38-33 win over Elizabethtown-Lewis. Krista Cutting paces the Lions with 10.

20 YEARS AGO (1992)

Dan Tatro and Chris Huchro each score 2 touchdowns and John King throws 2 TD passes, one to Bill Allen, in Moriah’s 34-8 win over Delaware Valley in the Class D football semifinals. Mike Tromblee is the defensive MVP. The state playoffs go only as far as the semifinals with a state final set for 1993.

Cambridge, trailing 20-0, rallies to defeat Saranac Lake 21-20 on a trick double-pass play in the Class C football semifinals. Chris Cuttaia scores twice and Scott Nicholas, once, for Saranac Lake.

Mike McNamara, critically injured in an on-ice collision the year before, returns with his Elmira College teammates to Stafford Arena. A crowd of 3,410 watches as Plattsburgh State goaltender Mike Mondello stars in a 4-1 Cardinal victory.

Derek Martisus and Nick Fitzsimmons cross the line together in the annual Turkey Trot, in 34:15.

Peru’s 200-yard intermediate medley relay swim team of Stephanie Green, Kristi Spissinger, Sarah Sabourin and Beth McMurtry break an 11-year-old section record with a time of 2:00.03.

25 YEARS AGO (1987)

Lee Castor passes for 197 yards and 3 touchdowns to lead Watertown to a 26-0 victory over Saranac Lake in the North Country Super Bowl.

Craig King runs for one score and passes to Jim Phillips for another as St. John’s defeats Canton 28-8 in the North Country Class C championship. Jeff Jiampetti and Mike Pearl also score for the Irish, making their first postseason appearance.

Text Only | Photo Reprints
CVPH Job Opportunities