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, 3J 55 « ^ JS, <, -^-5r,^T ••^X^-M\^ ^ 10 • Adirondack Daily Enterprise • Wednesday, October 14, 1992 Sports Lightning give St. Louis the blues, 2-1 By The Associated Press Lou Christie would be proud. When Christie sang Lightning Strikes\ three decades ago, the NHL wasn't thinking about ex- panding to Florida. When it did get around to naming Tampa Bay as an expansion site in the 1990s, there were doubters everywhere. And when the Lightning made its roster selections in June, some observers wondered if the team could avoid losing every night for a month or so. Well, the Lightning has struck twice for wins and once for a tie in four games and, at this very early juncture of the season, stands atop the Norris Division after a 2-1 victory at St. Louis. Pat Jablonski, who made 35 saves against his former team, and scorers Rob DiMaio and Brian Bradley probably never heard of Christie. But they're making him look like a prophet. \We have 20 guys who play basically the same hockey, and play hard,\ DiMaio said. \If you play together and play hard, good things are going to happen.\ In another game, Eric Lindros scored twice in his first NHL game at Quebec, the city he spurned. But Lindros and the Philadelphia Flyers lost to the unbeaten Nordi- ques 6-3. Lightning 2, Blues 1 At St. Louis, Jablonski lost his shutout when Craig Janney scored on a deflection with 18 seconds left to end a stretch of 144 minutes and 12 seconds without a goal for the Blues. While the Lightning is off to a Striking start, the Blues are 1-3 and those goal-scorers are ice cold. St Louis has scored just nine goals, with Brett Hull getting only two. Nordiques 6, Flyers 3 At Quebec, Mike Ricci scored twice, including the winner, and Steve Duchesne — who, along with Ricci was one of six players sent to the Nordiques for Lindros — connected once. Penguins 6, Sabres 5 At Pittsburgh, Mario Lemieux had a goal and four assists and Kevin Stevens scored twice. The Penguins scored three times in a 2:17 span after the Civic Arena scoreboard began posting updates from the Pirates' romp at Atlanta in the National League playoffs. Dave Andreychuk had two goals for Buffalo. Kings 2, Sharks 1 At Inglewood, Calif., Luc Robitaille had both Kings goals, including the winner when he took a pass from Jim Hiller, skated into the Sharks' zone and slapped a 25-footer past Jeff Hackett for the winner. Robitaille also scored in the first period, when Jeff Odgers con- nected for San Jose. Flames 4, North Stars 3 At Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, in a home game for the North Stars that had more Flames fans in at- tendance, the Flames took control in the second period, scoring twice. Joel Otto connected short- handed and Joe Nieuwendyk scored 1:06 later. Both teams' power plays were in- effective as Calgary went 0-6 and Minnesota was 0-7. AREA SPORTSCENE NFL sandwich eats Eagles By DAVE GOLDBERG AP Football Writer The Philadelphia Eagles ought to take heart. All that happened to them Sunday is that they got caught in a sandwich, something that happens all the time in the NFL. In this case, the bread was Dallas and Washington. The filling was Kansas City, and the Eagles broke ; a tooth on the Chiefs. To put it in more general terms: Sandwiches are why nobody is likely to match the 17-0 Miami Dolphins of 1972 in the foreseeable future. Including this year's Miami Dolphins, who are: 1, Not good enough. 2, Stuck with a quadruple-decker from Nov. 16 to Dec. 8: Buffalo, Houston, at New Orleans and at San Francisco. If they survive that, Jhey deserve to go unbeaten. - But back to the Eagles, anointed after their 31-7 win over the ; Cowboys two weeks ago as this ; year's Super Team, then they jwent to Kansas City and played ... ;well, horribly ... against one of the ; stronger teams in the AFC. ;: Or as defensive tackle Bob Golic ; Said after that: :- *\I think that after the way wt : played, we'd take a new Alaskan : expansion team seriously, let alone :(he Washington Redskins.\ : :lf anything, that should give the : Eftgles heart — every Super Bowl dinner iof the past decade has had f&s own sandwich. ; Last season it was Dallas, which •knocked off Washington after 11 straight wins just as the Redskins were deemed unstoppable — two wins by a total of 97-21 in the previous weeks. The Cowboys? They were on the last stop of a brutal three-game road swing and coming off tough losses to the Houston Oilers and New York Giants. The Eagles were the unsavory filling in 1990 — catching the Giants at 10-0 the week before they played that season's Game of the Century at San Francisco. Final score: Eagles 31-13 on the same day the Los Angeles Rams stopped the 49ers' 10-game win- ning streak. Other dominant teams? In 1985, the Chicago Bears ambl- ed into Miami for a Monday night game at 12-0 and aiming head-on for the Dolphins' 1972 record. Don Shula brought in a bunch of guys from the 1972 team to plead for victory, the media played it like a Super Bowl and Chicago never had a chance, losing 38-24. The 1986 Giants got a lift from their adversity. They cruised to a 5-1 record, then made a little stop in the Kingdome, where they lost to the Seahawks 17-12. The odd thing about the Eagles' loss Sunday is that they should have known what was coming. The week after the wjn over the Giants two years ago, they went up to Buffalo, fell behind 24-0 in the first quarter and ended up losing 30-24. Breen competes on Ithaca golf team ITHACA — Former Saranac Lake High School golfer Iah Breen of Ray Brook competed on the Ithaca College golf team this fall, finishing as the second-low scorer with an average of 83. His low score came in the LeMoyne Invitational when he shot a 76. He trailed Marc Feocco who averaged 82.6 for the fall season. m4KV.a;y.f*.,f .ft-.*.s DEDICATION — Ken Lawrence speaks at the Sar- anac Lake Golf Club during recent ceremonies to dedicate a memorial plaque to Richard \Hike\ Tyrell, who died in 1985. Tyrell served as the golf professional at the club from 1926 to 1984. (Enterprise Photo — Kathleen Scott Vaughn) Dwyer playing well for Brockport CT hflrHerS drOD DHIF TORT — Dennis Dwyer, a former Saranac Lake High School ^ JM - i \«** M. R\,m. u V»l vr|wr |^w« BROCKPORT — Dennis Dwyer, a former Saranac Lake High School standout, scored a 2-yard touchdown against Albany recently as the SUNY-Brockport Eagles lost, 41-33. His score helped the Eagles rally from a 41-7 deficit Fisk is Cortland booter COPRTLAND — Bridget Fisk, a graduate of Saranac Lake High School, is a junior member of the SUNY-Cortland women's soccer team. Through the team's first 10 games, she had scored one goal and added two assists for four points. Over her career, she has six goals and five assists for 17 points, fifth best of all active members. Moody gets win for LeMoyne SYRACUSE — Scott Moody, a former ace of the Saranac Lake baseball team, earned a win recently for the LeMoyne Dolphins. The senior has aided the Dolphins to a 9-1 record this fall. Dreon running for St. Lawrence harriers CANTON — Nicole Dreon of Saranac Lake is a member of the St. Lawrence University women's cross country team. She is a graduate of Green Mountain Valley School. Benefit golf tournament draws 42 INDIAN LAKE — The benefit 9-hoIe golf tournament for High Peaks Hospice recently at Wakely Lodge in Indian Lake drew 42 players. Winners of the 4-person scramble were Nelson and Harriet Gauvin along with Betty Helmsworth and Jerry Badum. This is the second time this foursome has won the annual event. Awards wents to Badum for longest men's drive; Tootie Gezzi, longest women's drive; and Steve and Alice King and Claudia and Walt Cun- niff, team closest to the pin. SL ladies finish high in bowling PLATTSBURGH — The first North Country Progressive Women Bowlers meet of the 1992-93 season was held at North Bowl Lanes Sept. 19-20 and several Saranac Lake women were among the leaders. In division I, Betty Sears took fifth place with a 632 series to capture $16 prize money. Among the high series were Nancy Hurteau (532), Vivian Eccleston (513) and Sears (500). Among the top individual games were Sharon Dalton (211), Eccleston (189), Hurteau (185) and Sears (180). SCOREBOARD BASEBALL PLAYOFFS Amerfcsn League .Oafcknd 4, Toronto 3 Thursday -Toronto 3. Oakland 1 Saturday tororao 7. Oakland 5 Sunday -Toronto 7. Oakland 8.11 Innings Monday TJsktsnd 6, Toronto 2. Toronto leads series 3-2 Wadnaaday Oakland (Moore 0-1) at Toronto (Guzman 1-0). 307 p.m. Thursday pakland at Toronto. 837 p.m.. I necessary National Laagua i Oct 6 •Atlanta 5. PBeburgh 1 Atlanta 13. PttsburghS Friday tttsburgh 3. Aflanta 2 * Saturday Jillana 6. Ptlaburgh 4 i Sunday Mtsburgh 7. Atlanta 1 ** Tuesday £Msburgh 13. Atlanta 4. tartar. IU3 3 , Wsdnaaday Mtsburgh (Drsbek 0-2) at Atlanta (Smoltz 2-0) 8 26 ' HOCKEY 'l National Hockay laagua •, WALES CONFERENCE i Patrick Division W L TPta OF QA Word, K.C. Green. Cln Heed. Bui Jeffiree. Hou Graham. Pit Duncan, Hou Tryar. N.E NATIONAL Cunningham. Phi Young, S F Favre. Q B Miller Alt Peeta. Dot Walters, s F Smith Dal Waker, Phi Hampton. NY Gary. Rams Pntchard Alt Sharps G B Workman. G B Barnott. Phi Rison. All 101 406 4.0 25 2 84 378 4 5 52 1 Racalvara No Yds Avg LG TO 38 597 15.7 51 2 38 419 11.0 47 5 27 421 15.6 51 1 27 347 12.9 33 0 26 397 15.3 39 3 FOOTBALL CONFERENCE Quartarbacka Art Com Yds TD Int 116 80 996 10 3 148 101 1307 8 3 115 77 848 5 2 204 125 1416 13 4 128 77 1055 6 3 Ruahtra An Yds Ayg LG TD 103 501 4 9 30 3 117 486 4 2 22 5 114 455 4 0 32 2 93 451 4.8 63 5 393 3 9 40 3 101 Racalvara No Yds Avg 38 382 10 I 31 470 15.2 3\ 175 28 507 18 1 28 409 14.6 LG TD 27 3 56 15 8 1 71 6 16 15 4 12 8 2 12 17 Hew Jersey 3 10 6 16 13 frattburgh 2 0 2 6 19 14 •hlladalprili 2 1 rtYRangan) 2 1 Washington 1 3 IJY Islander. 0 2 t Adams Division Quebec 3 0 jjoslon 2 0 fuflslo 2 2 0< ]Hontraal 12 1 Ottawa 12 0: flartford 0 4 0 T CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Noma Dhriaion W L TPta OF OA 6 20 5 12 8 22 15 13 17 10 18 7 19 '.t .ftmpsBay •psaorl taWinaaou Shteaoj) .St. Louis •Toronto .imyslwOlvWon 'fcnoouver \ i Angeles 1 1 1 0 5 14 10 4 12 10 4 14 13 3 10 11 2 9 14 1 10 12 6 18 7 6 IS 12 6 16 13 2 8 11 2 11 19 1 11 20 *j Tussdaya Gamaa -|lBaburah6,Bu»»lo6 6usbac6.PhllaosW>la3 . limp* Bey2. St lot* 1 •f^loan/4, Minnesota 3 I Cot Angslss 2, San Joss 1 • [ Wednesday's Gemes ; Ottawa at Harford. 736 p.m. . slew Jersey si risw York rlengefs. 735pm •_ tdmomon at Winnipeg. 136 p.m. •'. FOOTBALL rnrndfyMuslLsadara AAstTaCANFOOTlAUCOWraENCE \rMKBuf. )*oon,Hou. J(tisQ.K.C. -Marino. Mia OOonneft PH. ««sr,Pt !-A**s,Hou. ffMomia, Bui. All Com Yda TD Int 182 118 1636 11 7 172 116 1361 12 » 149 M 1216 6 3 1(4 110 1331 7 5 142 63 1MB 4 3 Ad Yd. Avg 116 534 4.6 17 463 62 100 436 4.4 LG 69 44 31 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Voting rsaults lor tha Lembert-Mesdowlands Trophies, presented to the top lootbail teame In the Northeast, with flrst-plsce volee In paren- theses, records through Oct 11 snd totsl points based on e 10-9-8-7-8-5-4-3-2-1 scoring system: Division I Record Pts 1 Perm Stale (B) 4-1-0 77 2 Syracuse 4-1-0 71 3 Boston Co Doge 4-0-1 64 4 West Virginia 3-0-2 60 5 Rutgers 3-3-0 48 6 Pittsburgh 2-4-0 40 7 Army 2-2-0 31 B Temple 1-4-0 24 9 Navy 0-5-0 17 The Top Twenty Fhrs teame In the Assoclsled Press 1992 college lootbail poll, with flrst-plsce votee In parentheses, records through Oct. 10, totsJ points bssid on 25 points for a first place vote through one point for a 25lh place vote, end ranking In last week's poll: Rscord Pts Pve 1 Washington (30 V») 5-0-0 1,517 '/I 1 2 Miami (30'/») 5-0-0 1.516 •/> 2 3 Michigan 4-0-1 1.410 3 4 Alabama (1) 6-0-0 1,315 6 5 Texas AIM 5-O-0 1,306 5 6 Florida St 5-1-0 1.2S2 8 7 Colorado 5-0-0 1.142 9 8 Stanford 5-1-0 1,101 11 0. Perm St 5-1-0 1.033 7 10 Georgia 5-1-0 96t 12 11. Nebraska 4-14 906 14 12 Notts Dame 4-1-1 852 13 13 Termsssss 5-1-0 860 4 M.Syracuse 4-14 725 15 16. Mississippi Si 4-1-0 623 18 16. Georgia Tech 4-1-0 598 17 17 Virginia 61-0 641 10 18 Southern Cal 2-1-1 497 20 10 Clemson 3-24 377 25 20. Boston Cottage 4-0-1 370 21 21. N. Carolina St 6-2-0 273 25 22. Washington Si 6-04 200 23 Florida 2-24 ISO 23 24 West Virginia 34-2 132 - 26 Kansas 4-14 86 - TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL National League CHICAGO CUBS-Named Jimmy Bank trawling secretary and Scott Nelson director of player devel- opmant administration Assigned Jefl Mansiock. pitcher, and Elvtn Paulino, (list baseman, to Iowa of the American Association SAN DIEGO PADRES-Namod Tim Flannory roving minor league Instructor and manager of Spokane of the Northwest League SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Sent Francisco Oltveras and Jim Myers. pitchers, and Jim McNamara, catchor. oulrigrrl to Phoanli of the Pa- cific Coasl League Announced Oltveras refused assignment and became a free agent McNamara becomes a six-year minor league tree agent BASKETBALL National Baaketball Association NEW JERSEY NETS—Signed Chris Morris, tor- ward, to a three-year contrad. WASHINGTON BULLETS—Signed Don MacLoan. forward, to a mutliyear contract Waived Rudy Ar- cher, guard, and Derek Strong and Craig Upchurch lorwards FOOTBALL National Footbsll League DALLAS COWBOYS-Traded Alexander Wright, wide receiver, to the Los Angeles Raiders lor an un- disclosed'! 993 draft choice DENVER BRONCOS—Waived Jeff Alexander, run nlng back HOUSTON OILERS—Waived Corey Harris wide receiver KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Waivod Bill Jones, lullback LOS ANGELES RADERS—Waived Vlnce Evans, quarterback PHOENIX CARDINALS—Activated Tlmm Rosen- bach, quarterback, from Injured reserve. Claimed MIchsH Piles, delenstve back-kick returner, off waiv- ers from the Cincinnati Bengals. Waived Jim Warner, nose guard, and Er*. Wlthern. quarterback Placed Stays Lofton, comsrback. on Injured reserve TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Traded Reuben Davis, delenstve Ineman, to tha Phoenix Cardinals tor a 1893 third-round draft pick. Waived Todd Harr- slon. Ughl end HOCKEY National Hockay League NHL—Suspended Bern* Nichols, Edmonton Oilers center, lor seven days effective Oct. 20 and fined him (600 lor swinging Ms stick In a preseason game. Suspended Mke Ksane. Montreal Canadians right wing, for four days erlsctjve Oct 20 and fined htm 1500 for swinging his slick m s preseason game BUFFALO SABHES-Loanod CM Maiarchuk. goatender. to San Diego of the International Hockey League. LOS ANGELES KINGS—Assigned Tim Wallers, dstsnssman, to Phoenix of the International Hockey League. WASHINGTON CAPITALS—fleealed Shawn Andsrson, defenseman. from Baltimore of the Ameri- can Hockey League. BRIEFS BASEBALL SEATTLE (AP) — Tha Seattle Mariners fired man- agar Bil Plummer and his sbt-man staff after the club finlshsd last overal In the American League with a 64-98 record General manager Woody Woodward made the an- nouncement less than a year ahsr hiring Plummer to replace Jim Lsfsbvrs. who was 1st go after the Mari- ners' only winning ssasoh In franchise history. Plummer was flrsd wth a year Ml on his two-year contract Dud paid Ism $250,000 annually. Pitching coach Oan Warthsn. hitting coach Gene CInes, third-base coach Marty Martinez, first-base coach Rusty Kuntz. bench coach Rusi Nixon and bullpen coach Roger Hansen wars also fired BASKETBALL LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — The Washington Bullets signed Don MacLsan to a mutfyear contract Terms of the deal wore not innounced Ths 6-loot-10 forward was acquired along wth Wllam Bedford from tits Los Angeles cappers earli- er this month In exchange lor forward John WlrSims Maclean, who avenged 20.7 points for UCLA last season, was ortoirujy drahsd by Detroit as the 19th pick oven! In the draft Ha was traded on draft day along wth Bedford to ths Clippers tor Olden Pofynlce and two draft choices. EAST RUTHERFOR0. N.J (AP) - Restricted Iroo agent forward C.hrts Monis signed a new Ihroo-yoar contract with ths New Jersey Nets for about St 8 million annually Morris averaged 11 4 points last season and 13 4 in his tour-year career HOCKEY NEW YORK (AP) — In a decision handed down by the Appelate Division of New York State Supreme Court SportsChannel Artwrtea tost Its bid to snjom the NHL from broadcasting I s garnet on ESPN SportsChannel America, which had broadcast NHL games lor ths ami tour seasons, asserted I had beon deprived of ts contractual right of first refusal lor 1982-93 whan the league entered Into t five-year deal wth ESPN. Justin Shirley Fk^srhood denied SpofttChannoi's request lor an Injunction on Sept 10 and the ap- pellate court upheld thai opinion, finding the agree- ment on which SportsChannel based Its argument lo be \too imprecise and ambiguous,\ and ruling the network tailed to show Irreparable harm FOOTBALL TEMPE. Ariz. (AP) — The Phoenix Cardinals ac- tivated quarterback Timm Rosenbach from tho in- jured reserve list and said Chris Chandler will remain ihe starter for Sundays game against Now Orleans. Rosenbach separated hie shouldor against Philadelphia on Sept. 13. BOWLING Wednesday Night Men's High individual game: Sid Cole. 249, High indi- vidual series: Sid Cole 620, High team game Dusos 918, High learn series: Dusos 2514 Topper's Rulli Whitney. 224, Ruth Whitney. 56i> UCH Oliice Products, 646, Ayres Insurance, 1,846 Old As You Fool Wa.1 Patnode. 175. Alma Lawrence 208 Walt Pal node, 500. Alma Lawrence. 550, Fumbiers 612. The Zeros 1.692 Merchants Betsy Richards. 251 Betsy Richards 562 Charlies Inn 859 Swiss Marine. 2.383 Co-Op Ca'oi Hoflman 209, Carol Hoffman M8 The f ogo 8i. T The Edge 2 30t Friday Night Men's Bob Myers 23? Bob Myers 581 Chappies i 056 Chappies. 3 073 Saturday Night Mixed George Donaldson 257. Colleen Harvey, 205 George Donaldson. 609, Colleen Harvey 512 Chickons. 734, Donaldson's Firewood 1,958 Sunday Night Miicd Bruce Bordeau, .206 Terosa Bordeau 191 Bruio Bordoau 577 Sharon Hoslor 519 Blue line Spo« Shop 735 Blue Line Spoil Shop 2 002 Moonlighter's Mixed Dio Banon 206. Janot Nero ! 73 Die* Banon 'J9C Ja-.e' Nero, 508, Dagwoods, 685 Dagwoods ! 921! Monday Afternoon Luncheon Kim fdzgoraid. 178 Eleana McKiiiip i78 Kim F,t zgerald 476 Woodruff Lumboi 47? Wood-url Lumber 1 373 One O'Clock Club Do'oihy Youngs 209 Sharon Gallon 209 Dorothy Youngs 512 Independents 606 Nancy s Girts 1 679 •Monday Night Men s Ka> Aswad 2?3 Marty McCalwm 63.\ 'jons.jHau' i OH' Dons u Haul 3 054 Mountain Mixed Sunday Dennis Lawfenco, ?I2. Dobbie Mamn. 196, uenms Lawrence. 576 Kathy Lewis 519, Sih/or Buiiots 741 Silver Bullets, 2.002 Highs lo date Individuals: Men: Dick Barton (Monday Night Men*). 268; Bob Ohlidal (Friday Night Mon's). 669 Women: Betsy Richards (Morcnamsj 251 Cindy DeMars (Saturday Night Mixod) 6'9 Teams Men Goodwronch (Friday Night Mens] i 104 Good wrench (Friday Night Mens) 3 09? Women. Swtss Marino (Merchants) 905 Swiss Marine (Moichantsj 2 616 Mixed: Lavigne s Tan iSa'urday Night Mn od) 746, Donaldsons f irewo^o (Saturday Night Mixed) 2.095 HIGH SCHOOL Wednesdey Glrle' Soccer Morlah si Saranac Lake. 4 15pm Tuppor Lake al AuSable Valley. 4 16 p m Lake Placid at Crown Point, 4 15pm Thursdsy No Gamos Scheduled. COLLEGE Wednesday Women's Soccer Paul Smith's College si Mater Del. 4p m Hen's Soccer Paul Smiths College at Canton Tech 4p m Clinton Community College st North Country Com. munry College. 4 p.m Thursdsy Women's Soccer Champlain Cotsge at North Country ComrminJy Colege, 4 p.m. SARANAC LAKE — The Saranac Lake boys' and girls' cross coun- try teams dropped a pair of meets Tuesday at home to Seton Catholic and Northeastern Clinton, the top two teams in the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference. The boys' team fell by scores of 15-50 as it was incomplete. Jay Brien was out out ill and could not compete. With Brien, Coach Tom Kilroy said the boys could have upset Northeastern Clinton (10-2), which has only lost to Seton. The girls lost by 19-36 to Seton and 23-33 to Northeastern Clinton, showing 11 and five point im- provements, respectively. Kilroy said the strategy for the boys' race was to go out faster than ever before and it worked as Matt Cook and Zach Handler finished second and third overall in 16:26 and 16:31. Brandon Campbell was 14th in 17:58 and Willie Lepichon was 17th in 18:38. Though only 3-9 on the year, Kilroy said six of the losses have been by forfeits and the Redskins could easily be 9-3. \We are defi- nitely one of the top four teams in the CVAC when we have a full team,\ he said. The girls continue to improve, Kilroy noted. He said Ashley Mar- shall and Lindsay Dudbridge each imrpoved five places from the first meet against these teams and Kath Joyce, who led Saranac Lake with a 6th-place finish in 20:41, con- tinually runs among the top run- ners in the conference. Saranac Lake is back in action next Tuesday at Saranac, along with Plattsburgh. In the modified race, Redskin Matt Dougherty won the 1.5-mile race, with Blair Hubbell third and Luke Meissner 11th in his first race of the season. No times were available. v Redskins' Top Performsncss Zach Handler 17:35(3.1 miles); 2nd 1620 (2.85 miles); 3rd' 16:31 (3 miles); 1st 16:02(2.9 miles); 2nd. Brandon Campbell 18:30(3.1 miles); 4th 17:32 (2.85 miles); 9th 17:45(3 miles); 3rd 16:41 (2.9 miles); 7th Jay Brien 18:31(3.1 miles); 5th 18:09 (2.85 miles); 14th 17:47(3 miles); 4th 16 42(2.9 miles); 8th Willie Lepichon 22:17(3 1 miles); 13th- 19 14 (2.85 miles); 19th 1713(2.9 miles); 11th 1838(3 miles); 17th Mat! Cook 17:13 (2.85 miles), 7th 16:26(3 miles); 2nd 16:13(2,9 miles); 3rd Lsdy Redskins'Top Psrformances McKenzie Cantwell 22:15(3.1 miles); 1st 22:05 (2.85 miles); 9th 23.09(3 miles); 13th rUthJoyce 23.00(3.1 miles); 3rd. 21:26 (2.85 miles); 6th. 20:24(3 miles); 3rd 20:35(2.9 miles); 9th Corrina Lesser 25:11(3.1 miles); 7th 25:34 (2.85 miles); 13ttu. 24.09(3 miles);! 8th 23:06(2.9 miles); 12th' Lindsay Dudbridge 26:49(3.1 miles); 10th 26:22 (2.85 miles); 13th+ 23:42 (3 miles); 15th 23:31 (2.9 miles); 14th Ashley Marshall 23:11 (2.85 miles); 14th! 21:29(3 miles); 8th 22:04(2 9 miles); 9th Boys' JV Soccer The Saranac Lake junior varsity boys' soccer team won its second straight game Tuesday, beating Peru, 4-0, to avenge an earlier 4-1'. loss. • ' \• ••'•>'\• Mark Laramee scored twice and Bill Hoffnagle and Justin Koehler added one each. Ben Street had the shutout in goal, his second. Last Thursday, Saranac Lake beat Sar- anac, 1-0, on Andy Dora's goal. The junior varsity is 2-7 on the year and Coach Dick Zerrahn said next year's team should be a true junior varsity, with a varsity team likely the year after that. The junior Redskins travel to Seton Catholic Thursday. NCCC honors hooters as athletes of week SARANAC LAKE — North Country Community College has announced three more athletes of the week. Honored for their exploits on the field are Mike Jackson, Owen Lunt and Stephanie Knox. Jackson, captain for the Saints' soccer team, was honored for two goals against Clarkson and a single goal against the Plattsburgh JVs. Coach Larry McFaddin was quick to praise Jackson for \his team leadership abilities and rapid development of positional con- cepts following his change.\ Jack- son went from midfield to forward this season. Jackson is the son of Wray and Roseann Jackson of Ft, Ann. Lunt, also from Fort Ann, is a defensive player and always marks the opponent's strongest offensive player because of his strength and ability to read the game with precision. McFaddin applauds Lunt's will- ingness to work hard and set a good example for teammates and is especially happy with Lunt's consistency and discipline under fire. The coach cites his player's quick decision making impeding an opponent's offense which con- tributes to the transition game and occasionally results in Lunt having the opportunity to take a shot on goal. Lunt is the son of William and Nancy Lunt. Coach Ginny Riley said of Knox, \I had an easy time choosing with Stephanie's recent performance. She played complete and excep- tional games against Trinity and Paul Smith's and is the focal point of the Lady Saints' offense and attack.\ Against Paul Smith's, Knox rallied her team with ,i tying goal with less than five minucs to play and with the winning goal in over- time. Knox is the daughte of Richard and Jill Knox of Russell. Mike Jackson Stephanie Knox MP~\*» Owen Lunt

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