10 YEARS AGO (2002)
Plattsburgh State Gena Rosenbaum is named to the All-SUNYAC First Team for women’s soccer. The former Seton Catholic standout, who has 13 goals and 7 assists her first season, also shares SUNYAC Freshman of the Year honors.
Bethany Friedrich scores the goal and Kristin Filion makes 11 saves in net as Chazy beats Harrisville 1-0 to reach the Final Four in Class D girls’ soccer.
Freshman Corey Lewis scores twice and Ian Laurin, once, to send the Chazy boys on to the Final Four with a 3-1 victory over New Lebanon.
Peru, trailing for the first time all season, roars back to beat OFA 52-6 behind game MVP Matt Bezio, who completes 14 of 19 passes for 221 yards and 4 touchdowns. Mike Oertel is the defensive MVP and Matt St. Clair, the offensive MVP.
Senior Nicole LaBarge earns 4 firsts to lead Peru to its second straight Section VII girls’ swimming title.
Josh Peloquin comes in 24th to pace the Salmon River boys to the Class D championship in state cross country.
20 YEARS AGO (1992)
Lynn McGrath scores midway through the first half and Kim Laframboise records the shutout as Northeastern Clinton beats Potsdam 3-0 to advance in Class C girls’ soccer.
Jim Bushey gets a goal and assists on Jason Moulton’s score as Northern Adirondack moves on in boys’ Class C with a 2-0 win over Norwood-Norfolk.
Joe Edwards runs for 154 yards and 4 TDs to lead Beekmantown past AuSable Valley 43-6.
Scott Nicholas scores 4 touchdowns and Paul Burns, 3, as Saranac Lake thumps arch-rival Tupper Lake 56-0.
Ryan Sherman scores the tieing goal and then adds the game-winner in overtime as Westport knocks off Chazy 3-2 in the Section VII Class D final.
Plattsburgh State’s Chris Waterbury is named SUNYAC Coach of the Year in men’s soccer for the second time in three years after leading the Cardinals to a 16-1-4 season. They reach the NCAA Northeast Regional final before falling to RIT 2-1 in sudden-death overtime.