Brushton-Moira Canton Chateaugay Clifton-Fine Colton-Pierrepont Edwards-Knox Gouverneur Hammond Harrisville Hermon-DeKalb Heuvelton Lisbon Madrid-Waddington Malone Massena Morristown Norwood-Norfolk Ogdensburg Parishville-Hopkinton Potsdam St. Lawrence Central Salmon River St. Regis Falls Tupper Lake Section VII Teams Section III Teams Clarkson University North Country Community College St. Lawrence University SUNY Canton SUNY Plattsburgh SUNY Potsdam
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Sat.-Sun., September 20-21, 2014


Section X Football: Gouverneur Rallies; Massena Wins
Section VII Football: Saranac Lake, Beekmantown Win
College Football: SLU Beats Morrisville; Clarkson Bows
Boys Soccer: M-W Wins Rose Tourney; Hammond Wins
Girls Soccer: Hammond Wins Rose Title; Lisbon Wins
Men's Soccer: Plattsburgh Ties Skidmore; Canton Falls
Women's Soccer: S.L.U. Wins; Canton & Plattsburgh Fall
Women's Volley: Clarkson, Canton Sweep; S.L.U. Splits
Boys XC: Malone Wins Div. II State Preliminary; N-N 7th
Girls XC: N-N 3rd, Malone 5th, Gouv. 6th at State Prelim.


Saranac Lake Red Storm captain defensive back Jack Martin (3) leaps to intercept a Caiden Goodman pass intended for Chiefs' wide receiver Josh Emerson in front of a raucous homecoming crowd at Ken Wilson Field.  The Storm rolled up 28 unanswered points in the first half, then cruised to a 30-2 victory over the visiting Chiefs to improve to 3-0 on the season.  The Storm have given up just four points in three games so far. (Greg Ferguson photo)  Game Gallery

Gouverneur squeezes out win over canton bears 15-12

Canton’s Cole Zeller (88) celebrates as he breaks a tackle to score the game's first touchdown late in the first quarter.  The Golden Bears controlled the first half, breaking out to a 12-0 lead, but Gouverneur made key defensive changes and scored 15 unanswered points in the second half to pull out a 15-12 win on Homecoming Weekend in Canton.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery   NCSN Broadcast


The SLU Saints celebrate with Mitch Gallagher (16) from Malone, NY, following his five-yard touchdown reception.  After a 14-14 deadlock at the half, St. Lawrence controlled the ball the majority of the second half and rolled to a 31-14 win over the SUNY Morrisville Mustangs at Leckonby Stadium in Canton.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

malone BOYS finISh first, N-N GIRLS 3RD at pre-stateS

Malone’s Mitch Marlow finished fourth overall among Division II runners and helped the Huskies to a first place finish at Pre-State Invitational in Canton.  Malone took first place overall in Division II. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Meet Gallery

Gouverneur’s Gabby Dunkelberg helped the Wildcats to a sixth-place finish in Division II.  Malone placed fifth in the division.  The Flyers finished 3rd of 13 teams in Division III. N-N's Kaycie Saucier finished third overall.  Meet Gallery

Friday, September 19, 2014

blue devils squeak out victory over potsdam 41-34

Potsdam’s Chase Palmer breaks free for a big gain, but is brought down by Ogdensburg’s Anthoni Pope (85) and Jack Manke (88). The Sandstoners and Blue Devils battled to a 14-14 tie at the half. Both offenses picked things up in the second half, but OFA squeaked out the 41-34 victory.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


Section X Football: Ogdensburg, Malone Pull Out Wins
Section VII Football: Peru, Ticonderoga Rack Up Wins
Girls Swimming: E-K,Canton, Potsdam,Ogdensburg Win
Boys Soccer: Massena Shut Out By Chazy Non-League
Girls Soccer: O.F.A.Wins OT; Bulldogs, C-P,Wildcats Win
Men's Soccer: S.L.U. Scores Early To Beat Potsdam 2-0
Women's Soccer: SUNY Oswego Blanks Clarkson 2-0
Girls Volleyball: Tupper, Brushton-Moira Win in Sweeps
Women's Volley: Clarkson Sweeps Pair; Canton Wins

Malone Tops Tupper Lake Lumberjacks in close finish

Tupper Lake’s Anson Gagnier (85) busts through three Malone defenders to pick up the first down. Malone was first to strike putting up the touchdown and the extra point to begin the second quarter. The Huskies held on in the fourth quarter to defeat the Tupper Lake Lumberjacks 14-11.  Both teams are now 1-2. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

st. lawrence men shut out suny potsdam bears 2-0

St. Lawrence University’s Ross Suitor (19) breaks through two SUNY Potsdam defenders to regain possession of the ball. St. Lawrence University struck first to go into the half up 1-0. The Saints then scored to begin the second half , then held on with strong defense to defeat the Potsdam Bears 2-0. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

st. Lawrence central 106-64

Canton’s Angelina Domena won the 200-yard freestyle in Friday's home meet.  Canton took first place in all eleven events and defeated St. Lawrence Central 106-64 to move to 2-0 on the season. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Meet Gallery

Thursday, September 18, 2014

despite A slow start, heuvelton tops hammond

Heuvelton’s Logan Steele (1) is on a breakaway, but is met by Hammond’s Colin Pease at the edge of the box.  Heuvelton advances to face Madrid-Waddington in the championship of the M-W Dan Rose Memorial Soccer Tournament.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

madrid-waddington scores twice in 2nd half to win 2-0

Madrid-Waddington’s Tyler Robinson (4) dribbles around Colton-Pierrepont’s Eli Thomas (1).  Madrid-Waddington advances to face Heuvelton in the championship of the M-W Dan Rose Tournament.  (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

hammond holds off lisbon late to win in overtime 4-3

Hammond’s Courtney Bova (23) battles for possession of the ball against Lisbon’s Kati Barney (19).  Hammond’s Mikayla Horton scored in overtime to give the Red Devils a 4-3 victory. Hammond advances to face Madrid-Waddington for the M-W Dan Rose Memorial Tournament Championship.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


 There will be a preseason basketball tournament, The North Country Tip Off Tournament at Clarkson University 10/11-10/12.  Both boys and girls divisions from grades 5th – 12th will compete.  Teams from the North Country, Canada, Syracuse and Albany have already registered.   In addition to being held in great facilities the tournament format guarantees 3 games with a championship in every bracket and certified officials.   Many college coaches have expressed an interest in attending and will be on hand viewing the action. The following weekend the CNY Tip Off will take place in Syracuse in 10/18-10/19.  That event will feature teams from all over New York.  Both tournaments are filling fast.  Last year, over 50 teams competed in Syracuse in the inaugural tournament.  There is a $100 discount if you register for both.   If you have any questions email or visit


Boys Soccer: St. Regis, Massena, Chateaugay Win OT
Girls Soccer:Hammond Wins OT; M-W Wins in Semifinal
Girls Volleyball: Massena, Tupper Lake, Chateaugay Win

madrid-waddington shuts out tupper lake to advance

Tupper Lake’s Ryane O’Conner (19) and Madrid-Waddington’s Caitlin Ashley (13) tussle for control of the ball.  The Yellow Jackets got off to a quick start, scoring less than 20 minutes into the game. Madrid-Waddington went on to add two insurance goals, coasting to a 3-0 victory. The Yellow Jackets advance to face Hammond in the championship of the Dan Rose Memorial Tournament.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


Wednesday, September 17, 2014


Girls Soccer: Potsdam Beats Northwood in Non-League
Men's Soccer: SUNY Plattsburgh Beats Clarkson 3-1
Women's Soccer: Potsdam, St. Lawrence, Clarkson Win
Girls Volleyball: Malone, Tupper, B-M, Salmon River Win

SUNY Potsdam women claim victory over suny canton

SUNY Potsdam’s Kate Causs (13) slips between SUNY Canton defenders Janelle Stewart (13) and Katie Lamica (13) (Malone, NY) to create the opening at midfield to charge to the Kangaroos' goal. The Bears took a 3-1 lead by halftime, then scored two goals in the first five minutes into the second half, one on a breakaway. Potsdam downed Canton 6-1. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

saints women dominate suny oswego lakers 5-1

St. Lawrence University’s Kaleigh White (5). Sends the ball past SUNY Oswego defenders Mary Morrison (12) and Amanda Heberger (12) toward the goal looking to score the fifth point for the Saints to end the first half. The ball was stopped however by Lakers goalkeeper Melissa Siegfried (30) for her sixth save of the game. The Saints defeated SUNY Oswego 5-1. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

MALONE Huskies down canton bears in five sets

Malone’s Mikayla Marlow (6) spikes the ball past a Canton defender to score a point for the Huskies in the first set of the five-set match.  Malone won 3-2 for their third interdivisional victory of the season.  Canton fell to 0-4, all interdivisional.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Match Gallery

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Potsdam remains unbeaten with 7-0 victory over o.f.a.

Potsdam’s Savarah Aidun (13) looks to find an open teammate while being chased by Ogdensburg’s Danielle Guimond (26).  The Sandstoners found the back of the net five times in the first half. Potsdam added two more goals in the second half to win 7-0. Hannah Drechsel led the attack with two goals. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


Girls Swimming: Wildcats Win at Potsdam; Malone Wins
Boys Soccer: Heuvelton Outlasts Harrisville 2-1 in OT
Girls Soccer: Canton Wins OT; CP, EK, Tupper, Chat.Win
Women's Soccer:Middlebury Deals Plattsburgh 1-0 Loss
Girls Volleyball: Chateaugay, B-M Panthers, Raiders Win
Women's Volley: SUNY Canton Tops SUNY Plattsburgh


Potsdam’s Emma Kroll won the 200-yard individual medley.  Gouverneur won the meet 85-84 for their first-ever win over the Sandstoners.  Kiera McConnell two events to lead the Wildcats.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Meet Gallery


 SUNY Canton’s Morgan Bills (11) blocks the spike attempt from SUNY Plattsburgh’s Emily Miller (6).  Canton controlled the match from start to finish downing visiting Plattsburgh State in straight sets, (25-16, 25-8, 25-11 . The win improves the Roos to 6-1 on home court as SUNY Canton has swept all six of those matches. (Cody Jenne photo)  Match Gallery

Monday, September 15, 2014

o.f.a. stays atop central with 1-0 win over potsdam

Ogdensburg’s Josiah Fifield (20) leaps over Potsdam’s Zach Boldt (14) to clear the ball from the Blue Devils' zone.  Both teams had numerous opportunities throughout the game, but the Blue Devils scored the lone goal to stay atop the Central Division with a 1-0 win. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Harrisville Stays Unbeaten Tripping Hermon-DeKalb

Hermon-DeKalb’s Dylan Burwell (4) and Harrisville’s Dylan Finley (23) race to gain possession of the loose ball near the Pirates goal off of the Green Demons corner kick.  Tyler Drythaler scored the second goal for Harrisville, after Eddy Tyler (13) scored in the first half in leading the Pirates to a 2-0 win  over the Green Demons.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


Boys Soccer: O.F.A. Nips Potsdam; Larries Win in OT
Girls Volleyball: Malone, Salmon River Capture 3-0 Wins

madrid-waddington stays unbeaten with 1-0 victory

Madrid-Waddington’s Tyler Robinson (4) jumps over Chateaugay’s Matt Cartier (14) to flick the ball down the field.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Sat.-Sun., September 13-14, 2014


Section X Football: Wildcats Tip Malone; Potsdam Wins
Section VII Football: Peru Tips Ticonderoga, Moriah Wins
College Football: Norwich Spoils SLU's Home Opener
Boys Soccer: Canton Edges General Brown 1-0 (NL)
Men's Soccer:  Clarkson, Plattsburgh, Potsdam Win
Women's Volley: Clarkson, Canton, Plattsburgh Sweep
Men's XC: Saint Pack Delivers Win at Saratoga Invitationl
Women's XC: Saints Edge #2 Williams, Win Saratoga


From St. Lawrence University Sports Information
The score was closer than usual for St. Lawrence University's women's cross country team in a Division III meet, but the result was the same as the Saints women continued a long string of success in Division III regular season competition with a narrow victory over nationally second-ranked Williams College at the Saratoga Invitational hosted by RPI on Saturday. The Saints, ranked 20th nationally and fourth in the Atlantic Region in the pre-season polls, should move up the lists after beating two top ten teams in Williams and ninth ranked NYU at Saratoga. SLU finished with 41 points with Williams second with 43, NYU third with 87 and Vassar fourth with 149 in a 14-team field.  St. Lawrence University's men's cross country team had all five scorers finish within three seconds of each other and all in the top ten as the Saints staged an impressive victory in the Saratoga Invitational hosted by Rensselaer on Saturday. The Saints led a 14-team field with 39 points with Williams College, ranked third nationally in the pre-season polls second with 53 and NYU third with 83. Ithaca was a distant fourth with 124 with host RPI fifth and Hamilton sixth.  SLU, ranked 25th nationally in the pre-season polls, was led by Joe Smith who finished fifth overall in 19:03. Colin Cotton of Williams was the individual champion in 18:46.  Smith then led the Saint scoring pack with Spencer Patterson finishing seventh in 19:04, Scott Smolensky eighth.

SAINTS fall to norwich on fourth quarter t.d. 10-7

St. Lawrence University’s Maurice Irby (21) bursts through the middle past multiple Norwich University defenders for a 13-yard gain.  The Cadets took advantage of two miscues by the home team to steal the 10-7 non-conference win. The two teams played a very evenly-matched game, as St. Lawrence (1-1) finished with a 154-152 advantage in yardage, with Norwich (1-1) owning a 76-43 yard edge on the ground. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


The Potsdam Sandstoners methodically ground out a 21-point halftime lead, en route to a 36-0 win over the host St. Lawrence Central Larries. The Sandstoners handed Chase Palmer the ball for a touchdown and 137 total yards, mostly in the first half, while capitalizing on two key turnovers for scores. John Mangual carried much of the load in the second half for 132 yards and both of Potsdam’s touchdowns runs (47 and 29 yards). With the win, Potsdam remained unbeaten at 2-0, headed into a showdown next week with Ogdensburg, the only other undefeated team in Section X. St. Lawrence fell to 0-2 and will travel to Massena next week.

Gouverneur shuts out huskies in 2nd half to win

Gouverneur’s Jose Flores (1) picks up a first down, but is brought down by Malone’s Brent Lamica (85).  Gouverneur broke open a close 7-6 contest with a score early in the fourth quarter to capture their first win of the season, 15-6 over the Malone Huskies. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Friday, September 12, 2014

blue devils rEEl off forty unanswered points to win

Ogdensburg’s Cody Rolfe (22) is dragged down to the ground by Canton’s Peyton VanBibber (23) and John Romanelli (60).  Both teams scored on their opening drive. Canton’s Peyton VanBibber cut through a seam and sprinted 52 years for a touchdown just 52 seconds into the game to give the Golden Bears a short-lived 7-0 lead. On the ensuing drive, Ogdensburg quarterback Joe Dalton faked the handoff, then scampered to paydirt to tie the game at 7-7 after David Prudhomme's extra point kick. More Details (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


Section X Football: Tupper Wins On Final Play; OFA Wins
Section VII Football: Saranac Lake, Beekmantown Win
Girls Swimming: Canton, Massena, O.F.A., Larries Win
Boys Soccer: P-H Panthers Shut Out Colton-Pierrepont
Girls Soccer: Hammond Wins OT;C-P, N-N, Raiders Win
Men's Soccer: Potsdam, Clarkson, Plattsburgh Net Wins
Women's Soccer: SLU, Clarkson Drop Close Contests
Girls Volleyball: Malone, Madrid-Waddington Spike Wins
Women's Volley: SLU, Clarkson Sweep; Potsdam Splits

Ogdensburg topS edwards-knox in first meet 114-50

Ogdensburg’s Julia Mullin won the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2:40.94.  Kalie Peets won the 200 individual medley and the 100 butterfly, while Natalie Hurlbut captured the win in the 200 and 500 freestyle events to lead the Raiders to the season-opening win.  (Gearsbeck photo)  Meet Gallery


Red Storm senior running back Ty Marmion (20) slips past Hornet defensive back Jacob Rohrig (85) and hauls in a Tristin Fitzgerald TD pass for the opening score in the first quarter of play at Plattsburgh High School Friday night.  (Greg Ferguson photo)  Game Gallery

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Lisbon TIEs morristown green rockets IN OVERTIME

Lisbon’s Adam Kelley races down the field toward the Morristown goal but faces heavy defense from Morristown’s Devin Dulmage (23).  The game ended in a 1-1 overtime tie.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Canton Golden Bears Down Malone 6-0 in central game

Canton’s Andrew McCormick (11) strips the ball away from Malone attacker Joe Brown (6) near the Canton goal.  The Bears scored three goals in each half to defeat the Huskies 6-0 in Central Division action.  (Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Boys Soccer: Lisbon-Mtown Tie; N-N, P-H, H-D, OFA Win
Girls Soccer: Potsdam Shuts Out Salmon River 3-0
Girls Volleyball: Ogdensburg & Chateaugay Earn Wins

bulldogs defeat POTSDAM on the road, 3 SETS TO 1

Chateaugay’s Kim Reville (5) drives a ball past a Potsdam defender to score a point for the Bulldogs.  The Sandstoners were able to capture on set, but fell to defending champion Bulldogs in four sets.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Match Gallery

Wednesday, September 10, 2014


Girls Soccer: Malone Defeats Canton 4-1 in Lone Game
Men's Soccer:Potsdam Blank Canton; CU,Cardinals Win
Women's Soccer: Canton Edges Green Mountain in OT
Girls Volleyball: Salmon River Blanks Edwards-Knox
Women's Volley: Potsdam Downs SLU; Clarkson Wins


Following a throw in, SUNY Canton’s Jose Menendez (10) skies to clear the ball before SUNY Potsdam’s Johnny Zator (13) can get a shot off towards goalkeeper Austin Lamay from Malone, NY.  The Bears carried a 1-0 advantage into the half, then exploded for three goals in the first 13 minutes of the second half to knock off the Roos 4-0 in non-league action.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


 SUNY Canton’s Kelsy Cornish (2) drives the ball past Clarkson defender Katrina Lane to score the final point in the first set for the Kangaroos.  The Clarkson University volleyball team needed just an hour to continue its streak of winning in-region matches to 37 as the Golden Knights dispatched SUNY Canton in three sets 25-19, 25-12 and 25-20 at Roos House.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Match Gallery


St. Lawrence University defenders Amanda Brooks (10) and Katrina Marczeski (13) block the spike attempt from SUNY Potsdam attacker Liza Fields (20) to score a point for the saints in the second set. The Saints and the Bears battled to a four game set to see the Bears come out on top over the Saints 3-1. (Cody Jenne photo)  Match Gallery

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

norwood-norfolk hangs on to beat lumberjacks 2-1

Tupper Lake’s Katie Zurek (31) booms the ball down the field as Norwood-Norfolk’s Katrina Durant (7) purses. Madison Sequin got the scoring started early as she struck only 33 seconds into play on a feed from Cassidy Weaver.  The Flyers carried their 1-0 advantage into the half.  Midway into the second half, Weaver found Kim Stewart to give the Flyers a 2-0 lead. Elaine Richards scored an unassisted goal to cut the Flyers lead in half. However, it was not enough as Norwood-Norfolk prevailed 2-1. Breanna DeShane collected four saves for the Flyers. Brooke Dewyea finished with three stops for the Jacks.(Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


Boys Soccer:Potsdam Tops Massena; Chateaugay Wins
Girls Soccer:Norwood-Norfolk, Massena, Lisbon Win 2-1
Girls Volleyball: O.F.A., M-W, Massena, Potsdam Win
Boys XC: Gouverneur, Malone, N-N Flyers Sweep Meets
Girls XC: Malone, Tupper Lake, N-N Flyers Sweep Meets

Tupper Lake defeats wildcats and Blue Devils

Gouverneur’s Margeaux Simmons sprints into the finish line to capture the win. Tupper Lake swept the senior meet defeating Gouverneur 15-30 and Ogdensburg 15-50. The Wildcats beat the Blue Devils 21-34.  Meet Gallery

Wildcats sweep blue devils and lumberjacks in opener

Tupper Lake’s DJ Shaheen takes his final strides as he places first in his senior meet in Tupper Lake  Tupper Lake’s DJ Shaheen captured the victory in the season opening meet. Ogdensburg’s Joe Grizzuto placed a close second. Gouverneur’s Mark Dunkelberg, Fred Nentwick and Daniel Sweet rounded out the top 5. The Wildcats swept the meet with wins over both the Lumberjacks 23-32 and the Blue Devils 30-35.  Tupper Lake beat Ogdensburg 21-34.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Monday, September 8, 2014

N-N wins close battle with st. Lawrence central 1-0

Brushton-Moira’s Brandon Tavernia (2) attempts to hold off Parishville-Hopkinton’s Garrett Hayes (11). Shawn Kelleher scored the lone goal 14:05 into the game to give the Flyers a 1-0 victory.  The Flyers fended off a furious late attempt to tie by the Larries. Hayden St. Pierre made 12 saves in goal for the Larries. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton downs Brushton-Moira 3-0

Brushton-Moira’s Brandon Tavernia (2) attempts to hold off Parishville-Hopkinton’s Garrett Hayes (11).  The Parishville-Hopkinton Panthers got on the board first with less than ten minutes remaining in the first half. Parishville-Hopkinton added two more goals to tally their first win of the season 3-0.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


Boys Soccer: Lisbon, Flyers, Jackets, P-H, OFA, H-D Win
Girls Volleyball: Chateaugay, Massena, Salmon Win


St. Regis Falls Tyler Fraser (3) dashes off with the ball after taking it from Madrid-Waddington’s Michael Thew (15). The Yellow Jackets took a 3-0 lead over the Saints by the half. The Yellow Jackets went on to defeat the Saints. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Sat.-Sun., September 6-7, 2014


Section X Football: Potsdam, Canton, Massena Win
Section VII Football: Peru Tops Eagles; Red Storm Wins
College Football: SLU Bombs Coast Guard Academy
Boys Soccer: Massena, Potsdam Win Home Tourneys
Girls Soccer: Brushton-Moira, Potsdam Win Tournament
Men's Soccer: Potsdam, St. Lawrence, Canton Winners
Women's Soccer: Potsdam,St. Lawrence Forge Big Wins
Women's Volley: Potsdam, Clarkson Sweep; SLU Wins

Canton explodes in second half to beat tupper 51-32

Canton’s Louden Porter stiff arms his way past Tupper Lake’s Anson Gagnier (85).  Canton's Peyton VanBibber racked up a game-best five touchdowns, while Hunter Yerdon scampered to paydirt for three touchdowns, as the Bears captured a 51-32 win in their season opener. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

potsdam's strong defense shuts down wildcats, 20-6

Potsdam’s Connor Prosper (2) skies to break up the pass attempt to Gouverneur’s Chad Curcio (8).  The Wildcats prevented a shutout in the final 4.2 seconds with a six-yard pass reception to cap a 14-play, 62-yard drive.  Logan Ford got the Sandstoners on the scoreboard with a 19-yard run just 8.2 seconds before halftime for a 7-0 lead. Chase Palmer and Max Warden each had touchdown runs to open the second half to propel Potsdam to a 20-6 victory in the season opener. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Saranac Lake Storms past AuSable in Opener 48-0

 Saranac Lake Red Storm defensive back Torin Smith secures an errant pass from Patriot quarterback William Coats before returning the interception for a touchdown. Smith's pick-six would stake the Storm to a insurmountable 35-0 lead midway through the second quarter at Ken Wilson Field.  With a 28-0 second quarter, Red Storm went on to beat AuSable Valley 48-0 in their season opener. (Greg Ferguson photo)   Game Gallery

Friday, September 5, 2014

Ogdensburg captures first win on new turf field 41-0

St. Lawrence Central’s Mike Plante (25) looks  around Nolan Rufa (56) for the first down.  St. Lawrence Central showed early signs of staying with the Blue Devils, but OFA found it could capitalize to the outside for two touchdowns late in the first quarter.  Jon Rogers ran for touchdowns of four and 29 yards.  Quarterback Joe Dalton added a 51-yard scoring pass to Nick Sweeney.  Taylor Richardson added two plunges from the one-yard line as the Blue Devils rolled to a 33-0 halftime lead.  The game was halted with 7:21 left in the third quarter due to lightning.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


Boys Football: O.F.A., Ticonderoga, Moriah Win Openers
Boys Soccer:Lisbon, Pdam, M-W, Salmon, Massena Win
Girls Soccer: P-H & B-M Win Semis; Chateaugay Wins
Men's Soccer: Canton Wins; Potsdam,Clarkson,SLU Fall
Women's Soccer: Plattsburgh Wins; Clarkson, SLU Fall
Women's Volleyball: SLU Sweeps;Clarkson,Canton Split

sandstoners top malone 7-0 in jeffers TOURNEY SEMI

Potsdam’s Jaime Lopez (23) shields off Malone’s Nick Hart (23) as he looks for an open teammate. Dan Caamano scored the game's first goal, finishing with two goals and an assist.  Jake Keleher added two goals less than two minutes apart. Dominic Frascatore and Zach Boldt had single markers.  Pat Normandin provided two assists in Potsdam's 7-0 win over defeat the Huskies  in the Jeffers Tournament semifinal. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

M-W Jackets score twice in 2nd half to win SEMIFINAL

Madrid-Waddington’s Loring Hill (10) and Colton-Pierrepont’s Ethan Knight (9) tangle while attempting to gain possession of the ball. Madrid-Waddington got a pair of goals in the final three minutes -- unassisted from Tyler Fobare and a turnover score from Tyler Richardson -- to seal the win.  Aaron Armstrong made two saves in the MW net for the win.  Mark Dumas stopped five shots for the Colts in the Jeffers Tournament semifinal. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Thursday, September 4, 2014

passing of north country sports legend: con elliott

North Country sports legend and broadcaster Con Elliott passed away at 5:20 p.m. on Thursday.  Elliott joined WPDM radio in Potsdam in 1955, the year the station was founded.  He broadcasted thousands of games over a span of more than 40 years and knew most athletes by name.  Section X Coordinator Carl Normandin issued the following statement Thursday:

"It is with  heartfelt regrets that I write to inform you of the death of Legendary Potsdam radio broadcaster, James “Con” Elliott.  Con passed away quietly with his family at his side at about 5:20pm this evening . Although it would be hard to believe that you personally may never have had the privilege of meeting Con, those of you that  did know him, knew that he was a person of great character, intellect and humor.  This was certainly evident by the numerous conversations he has had with his friends,  family, and the athletic community in Section 10. Over the decades, “Con” Elliott developed a loyal fan base with his unique and professional broadcasts of High School and Collegiate sporting events. He was a true ambassador for the  promotion of athletics all over the North Country and beyond . Please take a moment to pass along your deepest condolences to  “Cons”  family and the Potsdam school community for their loss. I believe it would be most appropriate to share a moment of silence in memory of Mr. James “Con” Elliott, if you have an athletic event Friday or Saturday.


Madrid-Waddington’s Danielle Hough (1) and Colton-Pierrepont’s Kendra Gilbert look to win possession off the throw in during the semifinals of the Jeffers Memorial Tournament at Potsdam.  Madrid-Waddington got on the scoreboard when Mary Young fed Hannah Marcellus who fired and the ball just trickled over the line.  The Yellow Jackets went on to win 2-0.


Girls Soccer: Madrid-Wadd, Potsdam Win Jeffers Semis

Potsdam Advances in jeffers WIN OVER LARRIES

Potsdam’s Kalie Grant (8) and St. Lawrence Central’s Hailie Weegar (25) battle for possession of the ball on the throw in near the Larries goal. Potsdam’s Hannah Drecshel scored twice in the first half and Kalie Grant scored on a penalty kick to lift the Sandstoners to a 3-0 lead at the half. Potsdam went on to defeat the Larries 5-0 in a game that also counted in the league standings.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery