, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30,1995 SPORTS PRESS-REPUBLICAN PAGE 15 LOCAL ROUNDUP Sarah Angttai MaikKuu Angelos, Kuss PSUC Athletes of the Week r PLATTSBURGH - Sarrah .^.vt^lw'v ;;.•£. iAngelos of the women's Ivplleyball team and Mark Kuss ;of the men's cross-country tearii\ •have been named Plattsburgh ; '.State Athletes of the Week for |the period ending Oct. 23. ; Angelos, a June graduate of 'Beekmantown Central, earned '.recognition for her performance 'in the Skidmore Invitational last ;weekend. She displayed her of- 'fensive and defensive abilities iby tallying a combined 17 kills, 116 digs and five serving aces. ' \Sarrah is a very strong offensive player and is solid defensively,\ jhead coach Lisa Vicencio said. \She led the team in kills this ,wweekend and is consistently in the top three for kills on the team.\ | Kuss, from Sandy Creek, led Plattsburgh to its second consecutive conference championship in men's cross-country. He finished in sec- ond place with a time of 27. minutes, 2 seconds and earned selection !to the All-SUNYAC team and the SUNYAC Hall of Fame, i \Mark's been capable of a performance like this all season,\ head |coach Scott Slade said. \This race now establishes him as one of the team's leaders.\ i - • St. Peter's wins elementary soccer title I PLATTSBURGH — St. Peter's completed a perfect season Satur- day night, defeating St. John's in the Adirondack Catholic Elemen- tary League soccer playoff championship game, 3-0. • Brian Mockry, Matt Cartier and Danny Giroux scored goals for the 10-0-0 Eagles, while C.J. Smith, Jonathon Ballantine and Cartier .registered assists. ; Goaltender Andrew McGill recorded his 10th straight shutout for St. Peter's, which outscored its opponents 58-0 this season and also claimed the league's regular-season crown. '. St. John's closed its season with a 7-3-0 mark. Continued from Fog* 12 Apps tallied a power-play goal off a rebound at 12:21 and Jon Kelley on a wrister at 17:39. Scott Bertoli took a centering pass from Apps to make it 6-0 inidway through the third before Tony Ranaldi knocked in a re- bound on a Princetown powerplay and Chris Patrick scored on a wrist shot to com- plete the scoring late in the ganie. O'Neil, who made 22 saves, couldn't be faulted on any of the goals. Erasmo Saltarilli, who worked the first period, and James Konde, who played the final two periods, combined for 25 saves while recording the shutout. \We got a whipping, no doubt about it,\ Emery said. \I made the schedule and I'm hoping we can grow from this. I could have scheduled some cupcakes, but I didn't. \The players had better be hurting after a loss like this. We need to learn from this game.\ Princeton went two-for-seyen on power-play opportunities, while the Cardinals failed to score on their four chances. Plattsburgh is off for two weeks before returning to the ice for State University of New York Athletic Conference games against Oswego on Nov. 10 and against Cortland Nov. 11. Worley, Trudell win in women's bowling tourney < CHATEAUGAY - Helen Worley of Plattsburgh and Theresa iTrudell of Saranac Lake won their respective divisions in the iSeptember North Country Progressive Women Bowlers Tournament Continued from Pag* 12 held at the Chateaugay Community Center. • Worley rolled a 631 series to earn $30 first-place money in Division J while Trudell tossed a 624 to take $30 top money in Division II. 'There were 23 entries in each division. Tournamsnt results Division I Bowlsr, association, prlz* scora .1. Helen Worley, Platubiirgh $30 631 2. Peg Panama, Keesevillis $26 - 608 3. Marlene Danieln, Plattsburgh J23 596 4. Eunice UCIair, Chateaugay $20 594 5. Judy Bessette, Plattsburgh $8 - 579 5. Phyllis Duval, PlatUburgh $8 579 Division II BoWlsr, association, prlzt . scora •1. Theresa Trudell, Saranac Lake $30 .....624 2. Betay DeMattos, Saranac Lake $26 606 3. Peg Nichols, Keeueville $23 600 4. Suii Burakowski, Saranac Lake $20 , 593 5. Agnes Riley, Pittsburgh $16 585 ' Sanlor sward Peg Nichols, Keesevitle $10 plus 22 Sscret scora* Division I- Pat Rodriguez, Flatts/Chateaugay $5 Division II- Diana Seymour, PlatUburgh - $5 High scorts ... Scratch single- Helen Worley, Keeseville, 213. Scratch series- Eunice LeClair, Chatcau«ay, 528. Other high scores- Peg Passino, Keesevitle, 203. Lorraine Johnson, Keeseville, 195. Phyllis Duval, Plattsburgh, 192. Eunice LeClair, Chatcaugay, 189. Marlene Daniels, Plattsburgh, 180. r [lr ^ l ^ r1trllr .^^ SPORTS SHORTS u $xis »,;?> «^;\ oi ; % ,~ k ,„;, ; v ; Basketball/ football on cable access PLATTSBURGH - Basketball, football and Hall of Fame ceremo- nies will be featured on Falcon Cable's public-access channel 9 this week. The schedule will be: Monday, 7 p.m.- Championship game of the Peabod/s Summer Basketball League (J&J Excavating vs. Peabod/s). ^ Tuesday, • p.m.- CVAC football, Plattaburgh High vs. Ticonderoga. Wtdnwday, 7 p.m.-1995 Plattsburgh High School Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Wednesday, » p.m.- \Wade Johnson — A Season to Remember\. Highlights of the PlatUburgh North Stars' season in which he was named the Empire. Football League's rookie of the year and outstanding offensive player. Friday, ( p.m.- Girls' section VII basketball from the 1994-96 season: Westport vs. Saranac. For more information, contact Foxy Gagnon, at 661-0616. Senior bowling tournament set PLATTSBURGH - The 14th annual Senior Doubles and Singles ' Bowling Tournament will be held at North Bowl Lanes in Platt- sburgh on Nov. 4, 5, 11 and 12. The tournament is open to all bowlers age 50 and over. • r Multiple entries are allowed. Cost to enter is $8 per event. Squad times are at noon and 3 p.m. for all dates. Deadline for entry is Nov. L Entry forms are available at all local bowling centers. \Just like they did when they fell behind the day before, Ithaca really came on after we scored and had some decent chances. They stepped up their play. It is a good thing they did not play like that the entire game.\ Wiley and her team were disappointed with the loss to Cortland the day before and the Cardinals' head coach was wor- red about Sunday's contest. \We had to realize that it wasn't the end of the world,\ Wiley said. \I was worried this morning (Sunday) and talked to the girls about an hour before the game. \Now we can look back and be pleased. The girls showed they were capable of learning after a tough loss, and were able to turn it around. They were excited after today's win.\ The victory improved the Car- dinals' overall record to 16-3-1. Erin Shaw made 13 saves in net for Plattsburgh. Ithaca held a 22-20 edge in shots on goal, while Plattsburgh held an 11-6 advan- tage in corner kicks. Michele Gully, who missed the first-round game in the state playoffs due to an injury, played both games over the weekend and had a strong game Sunday. Keri Webb, coming back from an ankle injury, did not play Saturday and played about 20 minutes Sunday. \Even through Keri was out there for only 20 minutes, she pulled us together against Ithaca,\ Wiley said. •.•• M iuii...-.-.iiimmBiM ^^kS&M ; ^ ! c T r.n's most powerful « lOOOCCA's MAINTENANCE FREE! NOV. 10 •••.••;iv._pV7'j;/;i-.-.;ti.r,.; Exide 60-Month $ 39-95 (24T, 26T, 34,58,70,74) Exide 72-Month $ 49.95 ( UB72) Plattsburgh Motor Service H. M wStwp ~ 5O2749 BE _83McKrtS*.StM7» Moton.«W470 Sorowclok. 8913030 28»CoVrSkiS»,S61-«00 MoiMno 769-3568 ROMMH. 29741II II II MONTREAL SOUTH 10 MIN. FROM CASINO & DOWNTOWN Friday-Saturday-Sunday * em^mmy* Tiie*., Wed., Thuis. i WIE Continental Breakfast Included 786% Taschereau Blvd. - Brossard Tel: (514) 678-9350/Fax: (514) 6784099 Toll free: 1-800-22IW150 Ask for Property \CN328\ *Hu$ opplicqble tex«, 1-4 person occupancy. Offer vcilid until April 30,1996 Photo/Scott Hite Stephan Bourbonnais PrlncMofl *, Pittsburgh Mat* 0 Princaton (1-0) PlatUburgh Slats (0-2) a » o o 3 _ 0 - First period- 1, P, Shethan (HegUnd). 1:B7. 2, P, Horst (Kelley, Given), 5:19. PanaMaa- Hall.r, PSUC Mashing), 2:14. Held, PSUC (hitting from behind), 7:51. Raid, PSUC (high sticking), 15:48. Aeosta, P (interference), 18:50. Sacond parted- 3, P, Sinclair (Brush), 4:00. 4, P, Apps ppg (Halpem), 12:21. 5, P, Kelley (Given, Apps), 17:39. PSHMNM- Utulippe, PSUC (tripping), 1:17. Konte, P (slashing), 6:35. Utulippe, PSUC (charging), 11:33. Smith, P (holding), 12:34. Third pwfod- 6, P, Bertoli (Apps, Horst), 12:00. 7, P, Ranaldi ppg (Brown, Miller), 18:46. 8, P , Patrick (Given), 19:28. PsnsHlsa- Ranaldi, P (interference), 9:20. Sylvester, PSUC (holding), 14:37. Bourbonnais, PSUC (high sticking), 17:25. Shot* on goal: . Princeton 11 li • - 30 Plattsburah Stat* 10 10 I - 2S Goalies — Princeton, Saltarelli (10 shots- 10 saves); Konte (15 shots- 15 saves). Plattsburgh State, O'Neil (30 shots- 22 saves). Penalty-min — Princeton, 4-8. Plattaburgh State, 7-14. Power-play opportunities — Princton, 2-7. PlatUburgh State, 0-4. WOMEN In the championship game, Cortland and Brockport played a scoreless contest until Brockport was a 4-3 winner in penalty kicks. The all-tournament team in- cluded three players from Platt- sburgh — Ray, Jessica Allen and Retersdorf. Also named to the team were Dawn Straw and Melanie Jones of Ithaca, Jennifer Monfilette, Joely Nelkin, Beth Donish and Heather Stewart from Brockport, and Michelle Kuhns and former Plattsburgh High School stand- out Holli Mulholland of Cortland. Plattaburgh 1, Ithaca 0, OT Plattsburgh 0 0 1-1 Ithaca . 0 0 0 — 0 Overtime- 1, P, Retersdorf (unassisted), 9:48. Shots: Ithaca 22, PlatUburgh 20. Saves: Dawson, 1. 11. Shaw, P, 13. Section VII socceigtapsules BOYS Class B Stmlflnals Bstkmantown (104-1) vs. Sston Catholic (12-4-2) At Plsttsburgh High, 2 p.m. Beskmantown: Nick Fortunatua is the top scorer, racking up 45 points and 17 goals this season, but.the Eaglet are anything but a one-man show. Three other Beekmantown players — Kevin Lunn, Corey Daniels and Kelly Blake — also have reached dpublerdigits. If the Eagles can generate offensive balance against the Knights, theyll have a chance of visiting the Class B title match again. Setort Catholic: Much like Beekmantown, the Knights have the sniper (Brian Kiernan, 19-3-41) and a talented supporting cast, led by Travis Zedick's seven goals and 22 points. Seton enters the tournament red-hot, going 5-0-1 in its last six mat- ches, and was unbeaten in its final six matches against Class B teams. At Staks: The winner goes to the Section VII Class B final Friday night. 1994Postseason Results: Beekmantown beat Seton 2-1 in the Class B semifinals, before losing the sectional final to Plattsburgh, 2-1. Stason ssriss: Each team recorded a 2-1 triumph when hosting the other. P»ru (2-16-0) vs. Plattaburgh (12-3-2) At Sston Catholic, 5 p.m. Peru: After a 13-match winless drought, Peru tuned up for the postseason in a big way, thumping Saranac Lake 5-0 in the teams' CVAC finale. Goalscoring had been a problem for the Indians — they were shut out 11 times this season — but Peru should have, momentum, espically since a scoreless draw with Plattsburgh preceded the victory over Saranac Lake. Plattsburgh: The CVAC champions begin their pursuit of a second straight title, and offense is the key. No fewer than 15 Hornets recorded at least one point this season, meaning Pete Sullivan's club has plenty of offensive depth. The defense is also strong,.yielding less than one goal per outing — and none to Peru this season in two meetings. At Stake: Friday night's Class B championship match awaits the winner. 1994 Postssason Results: Plattsburgh beat Peru 4-0 in the sectional semifinals and downed Beekmantown 2-1 for the Class B title, beat Massena 2-0 in regional play and lost to Chittenango 3-0 in the state quarterfinals. Season Series: Plattsburgh won the Brst meeting 3-0; the teams played to a 0-0 draw late in the season. Class C Semifinals Saranac Lake (4-14-0) vs. Northern Adlrondsck (13-4-1) At Seton Catholic, 3 p.m. Saranac Lake: The good news for Saranac Lake is a four-win year is better than the 0-17-0 campaign the Redskins suffered through in 1994. The bad news is, after playing decent soccer midway through the season, the Redskins struggled down the stretch, only scoring one goal in their laBt five matches. The defense, which allowed Peru no goals in the season-opener but has allowed nearly 4 Vi per outing since, sim- ply must be ready to play today. Northern Adirondack: The Bobcats came within one point of repeating as CVAC's Boccer kings, and, after an 0-3-0 start, are kicking into high gear at the right time. Northern Adirondack has won seven straight matches — by an average margin of more than three goals — and has only dropped one match to a Class C foe all season. Nick Chase (39 points) and Steve Chilton (37 points) lead the high-powered offense, and Jason Seguin — after scoring just one goal in NAC's first 12 matches — has. pumped in 11 goals and added three assists in his last six games. At Stake: With a win, Northern Adirondack would be one win away from claiming its fourth straight Section VII Class C crown. 1994 Postseason History: Saranac Lake lost to Saranac 7-0 in the quarterfinals; Northern Adirondack downed Saranac 2-0 in the semifinals, beat Northeastern Clin- ton 1-0 for the Class C title,/beat Canton 1-0 in the Section VII-X match and lost to Maple Hill, 1-0, in the state quarterfinals. Season Series: NAC dominated, winning 5-1 and 8-0. Northeastern Clinton (9-7-2) vs. Saranac (11-5-3) At Seton Catholic, 7 p.m. Northeastern Clinton: After enduring offensive lulls, the Cougars broke through late in the season, scoring nine goals in their last three matches. Northeastern Clin- ton's offensive output haa been spread fairly evenly — but it struggled against Saranac, scoring just one goal in two matches. Saranac: Jim Gratto's club had designs on winning the CVAC but went a disap- pointing 4-4-3 in its last 11 league matches. The postseason provides a, second chance, and the Chiefs have the potential to make a serious run at the sectional crown. Re-grasping that early season momentum, however, is crucial. At Stake: The winner goes to Thursday's Class C championship match. 1994 Postseason History: Northeastern Clinton beat AuSable Valley 2-1 in the semifinals before losing the sectional final to Northern Adirondack, 1-0; Saranac downed Saranac Lake 7-0 in the quarterfinal round and lost to Northern Adiron- dack, 2-0, in the semifinals. Season Series: Saranac scored a 2-1 win in its league opener, and played the Cougars to a 0-0 draw midway through the season. — Capsules by Tim Reynolds play is Just 90 minutes north via Champlain Bridge. 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