10 YEARS AGO (2002)
Jerrad Dumont nails 6 of a team-record 13 3-pointers to lead Chateaugay to a 67-36 victory over Willsboro. Matt Johnston chips in with 4 treys.
Ian Stanton picks up 4 goals and an assist to lead Plattsburgh High to a 6-0 win over Tupper Lake in hockey.
Meagan Tubbs and Katie Meserve each score 14 points as defending CVAC Div. II champ Ticonderoga downs Saranac Lake 49-24.
Courtney Coryea contributes 13 points, 15 rebounds and 5 blocks to Northeastern Clinton’s 43-24 triumph over Seton Catholic. Brynn Fessette leads the Knights with 15 points.
Chris Roach scores 3 goals and adds 2 assists in Seton Catholic’s 8-0 win over PHS.
Brittany Meade scores 3 goals while Mallory Catillaz and Tina Niederbuhl each add 2 as Saranac Lake spoils Lake Placid’s debut in girls’ hockey with a 9-0 victory.
20 YEARS AGO (1992)
Bobby Knaggs pours in 40 points and Roy Ebersole chips in with 32 as Clinton Community College outscores the Plattsburgh State junior varsity 100-91. Brent Denis leads the Cardinals with 21.
Guilderland rallies to beat PHS 58-52 in the final of the Queensbury Tip-off Tournament. Nathan O’Hara leads the Hornets with 19 points while Gavin Mazurak adds 14 and 10 rebounds.
Sophomore winger Jason Cummings scores 4 goals and gets 2 assists in Seton Catholic’s 7-2 victory over Malone.
Artie Starke goes 3-0 for the day as Saranac sweeps three wrestling duals in Vermont.
Tourney MVP Pam Dashnaw scores 13 points, grabs 8 rebounds and produces 7 steals as Peru edges Massena 46-43 in overtime in the final of the Peru Tip-off Tournament.
Ticonderoga’s Tim Malaney and Annoel Krider of Lake Placid win the 20th Lake Placid Frostbite Run around Mirror Lake.
25 YEARS AGO (1987)
Neil Warner scores 3 goals while Paul Miletich, Jeff Scharf and Craig St. Hilaire each add one to lead Malone to a 6-3 win over Saranac Lake. Steve McCormick has a hat trick for the Redskins.
Senior midfielders David Deyo of Keene, Sara Gonyo of Chazy and Anne Yeckley of Seton Catholic are named to the All-State team in soccer.
Rob Francis gets a hat trick in Northeastern Clinton’s 9-3 victory over Saratoga.
Sam Crowningshield’s field goal with 2 seconds left gives Elizabethtown-Lewis a 47-45 win over host Westport in the Tip-off Tournament final. John Puleo chips in with 12 points while Bruce Anson leads Westport with 19.
30 YEARS AGO (1982)
Betty Ralston coaches the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh to its first-ever state championship in women’s volleyball.
Paul Glodis scores 21 points and Jim Maniatis and Steve Holmes hit clutch baskets in the final 1:24 to lead Plattsburgh State to a 63-61 win over St. Michael’s College in the consolation game of the Doc Jacobs Classic.
Timmy Bond tosses in 22 points to spark Saranac to a 75-68 win over Saranac Lake.
Tim Sparks nets 29 in Peru’s 74-61 victory over Massena.
MVP Dick King tallies 26 points to spur Chateaugay on to a 55-45 win over St. Lawrence Central in the Chateaugay Tip-off final.
Bob Gravel scores 20 points and Jerry Deyo adds 16 as Northern Adirondack snaps a 3-year losing streak by beating Beekmantown 45-35.
Tony Patterson’s shorthanded goal 21 seconds into overtime gives Lake Placid a3-2 win over Salmon River in the Shamrocks’ tourney final.
40 YEARS AGO (1972)
Mike Wood scores 26 points and Tim Haley hits for 14 as Dannemora surprises defending MVL champ Willsboro 61-57, giving first-year coach Mike Flynn his first victory. Mike Jerdo leads the Warriors with 21.
MacDonald College of Montreal spoils Plattsburgh State’s debut in club hockey with an 11-2 victory. Paul Durant accounts for both Cardinal goals while the visitors pepper goaltenders Mike Wilbur and Brad Ott with 75 shots. The attendance is 1,500.
Ron Gould, Gary Sumter and Ted Woolridge combine for 44 points to lead Clinton CC to a 71-55 triumph over Vanier College.
Glen Lang scores 24 points, Mike Ross nets 16 and Lynn Rice adds 11 as Crown Point pulls off an early-season upset, beating Westport 67-62. Jim Meaker leads the Eagles with 31.
50 YEARS AGO (1962)
Sophomore Jim Carpenter scores 16 points and comes down with 14 rebounds while his former Hudson Falls teammate Paul Lewis grabs 14 rebounds to lead Plattsburgh State to a season-opening 74-53 win over New York Maritime.
Allen Lafave scores 25 points, Gary LaBarge chips in with 18 and Larry LaBarge adds 17 as Ellenburg tops Lyon Mountain 76-59. Mike Shusda nets 23 for the Miners.
Robert Mangine fires in 30 points to spark Mooers to a 58-53 win over Altona.
Jim Baker scores 10 points while Jack Premore and Chris Rowlson each add 9 as Plattsburgh High downs Saranac 53-47. Mike Holland scores 15 points and Don Beauharnois, 12, for the Chiefs.
Paul Demerse tallies 19 points and Rance McKenna contributes 15 to pace MAI to a 72-46 win over St. Mary’s. Norm Racine and Gary Filion each score 15 for the Champlain team.
Mike Nugent nets 16 and Jim Richards, 14, to lead AuSable Forks past St. Pius 62-59. Tim Smart scores 33 and Dormer Stephen, 14, for the Golden Knights.
60 YEARS AGO (1952)
George LaForest drops in 14 points and Frank Dukette adds 11 as Dannemora downs St. John’s 46-38, overcoming a 24-point effort by Clevice Fessette.
Barry Riani scores 16 points and Earl Bennett, 15, as Keeseville turns back OLVA 55-49, despite Warren Tessier’s 20-point outing.
Ray Brennan scores 19 points and Steve Trybendis chips in with 16 to lead Mineville past MAI 72-41. Norm Landry nets 9 for The Mount.
Jim Sears scores 35 points in Plattsburgh State 82-78 win over Oswego. Sears breaks the PSTC court record of 31 points set the year before by Bob Garrow.
Benny Lavorando picks up a pin for Champlain College but the Bluejays fall to Ithaca College 28-8.
Pete Munnik and Bob MacCallum each score 15 points to lead Rouses Point past Lyon Mountain 59-38. Tarasavage leads the Miners with 15.
70 YEARS AGO (1942)
Drolette scores 16 points to spark Rouses Point to a 33-14 victory over Mooers in the season opener. Stratton leads Mooers with 6 points.
Jack Doyle scores 6 points in St. John’s 20-10 win over Sherman Collegiate Institute of Moira.
Fred Sharby, 19, a 3-sport star at MAI in 1941-42 is among the 492 victims of the tragic Boston Cocoanut Grove fire.