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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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

hAMMOND RALLIES TO DEFEAT p-H PANTHERS 70-67 IN O.T.


Hammond’s Nate Jewett (11) skies for a shot against a block attempt from Parishville-Hopkinton’s Peyton Snell (10). After halftime, Hammond fought back with consistent scoring to take a 59-57 lead.  The Red Devils won in the extra period 70-67.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

edwards-Knox advances past St. Regis Falls 81-62


Edwards-Knox’s Joseph Hart (14) leaps over St. Regis Falls defender Coalby Cox (15) to score the jump shot. Edwards-Knox pulled away in the second half to beat St. Regis Falls 81-62 and advance to the Section X Class D Quarterfinals .  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Basketball: Hammond Rallies to Beat P-H in O.T.
Boys Basketball: Salmon River Edges Potsdam 47-46
Boys Basketball: Edwards-Knox Tops St. Regis 81-62
Boys Basketball: Heuvelton Takes Down Rockets 80-46
Boys Basketball: Colts Cut Down Lumberjacks 49-35
Women's Hockey: SUNY Canton Beats Morrisville 2-0

COLTON-PIERREPONT TRIPS TUPPER LAKE IN OPENER 49-35


Tupper Lake's Eli Kulzer (white) tries to find an opening against three Colton-Pierrepont defenders, including a block attempt from Aiden Knight (30).  The Colts jumped out to an 18-7 lead in the first quarter, then held off the Lumberjacks the rest of the way in a 49-35 win in the Section X Class D opening round. (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery


Salmon river squeezes past potsdam 47-46 in play-in


Potsdam's Aiden Stickles (42) attempts a shot while Salmon River's Rarennenha:wi Cook-Francis (12) reaches to block. Going into the half, Potsdam tied Salmon River at 28-28.  In a tight back-and-forth contest, Salmon River squeaked out a narrow 47-46 win tin the Section X Class B opening round game. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

HEUVELTON ENDS ROCKETS' SEASON WITH 80-46 VICTORY

HEUVELTON 80, MORRISTOWN 46
A slow start doomed the 12th-seeded Morristown Green Rockets in their opening-round playoff game against #5-seeded Heuvelton in the Section X Class D playoffs.  The Bulldogs sped out to a 28-7 lead, before coasting to an 80-46 win.  Nate Mashaw came out firing with 14 of his game-best 16 points in the first quarter.  Braeden Free also netted 16, while Jed Crayford added 15 and Gavin Barney dumped in 10 points.  Heuvelton advances to face 4th-seeded Lisbon in the D-Arama quarterfinals.  The Rockets were led by Kade Marshall's 18 points, while Ashton Colby dropped in 12.  Morristown closed out its 2019-'20 campaign at 3-18 overall.


Sat.-Sun., February 15-16, 2020

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Boys Basketball: Lisbon Tops Edwards-Knox 75-56
Girls Basketball: St. Regis Falls Downs Lisbon 41-30
Men's Hoops: Clarkson, Potsdam Win; Canton Falls
Women's Basketball: Potsdam Wins; Other Locals Fall
Boys Hockey: Varney, Potsdam Upset Massena 4-3 OT
Men's Hockey: Clarkson, Canton Win; Cards Edge Bears
Women's Hockey: Canton, S.L.U. Clarkson Post Wins
Men's Volleyball: SUNY Potsdam Men Fall in Sweeps

Varney's hat trick carries potsdam vs. massena 4-3 (OT)


Potsdam's Will Varney (21) backhands the puck past Massena goaltender Benjamin Rogers (1).  Varney's hat trick and assist, including the game winner, carried Potsdam over Massena 4-3 in overtime, and a sweep over the Red Raiders this season.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

 


CLARKSON WINS DEFENSIVE GAME VS. PRINCETON 2-1


Clarkson’s Kristy Pidgeon passes the puck around Princeton defender Sarah Fillier (16) and across the crease in front of goalie (33) Rachel McQuigge who deflects away the attempt.  In a defensive struggle with the Tigers, Clarkson made a third-period stand to hold off Princeton 2-1.  (Alex Fisher photo) Game Gallery
 

PLATTSBURGH MEN HOLD ON TO DEFEAT SUNY Potsdam 6-5


SUNY Plattsburgh’s Ryan Hogg (19) skates in to sweep the puck around the left pad of Potsdam goaltender Michael Paglucca (29) for the unassisted goal.  Plattsburgh edged Potsdam 6-5.(Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

three different scorers help Roos win 3-1 over cats


Canton’s Alexa Parigi shoots the puck between Anna Maria’s Sara Sammons (21) and Sophia Zimmerman (22), hitting the crossbar and scoring at 14:20 of the first period to give the Roos a 1-0 lead.  Breanna Bedborough and Hannah Desrochers assisted.  The Canton Roos netted two goals in the third period to defeat Anna Maria 3-1.  (Alex Fisher photo) Game Gallery

Friday, February 14, 2020

Gouverneur and canton share co-championship


 Malone’s Lucas Martin tangles up Ogdensburg’s Adam Calton in his 13-4 win over at the 132-pound weight class. In the closest Section X wrestling championship final ever, Canton and Gouverneur both finished with 168 teams points, while third-place Malone scored Malone 167½.  (Alex Fisher photo)  Meet Gallery  Awards Gallery

malone ends third, down by 1/2-point to co-champions


In the 138-pound weight class, Gouverneur’s Carter Baer gets in position to flip and pin Malone’s Logan Robideau at 1:23 of the opening round. Meet Gallery  Awards Gallery

heuvelton takes home win in small-school division


The Heuvelton Bulldogs hoist their mascot signs in the opening pose of their routine. Heuvelton captured first place in the Small School Division, followed by Malone taking second place.  The Gouverneur Wildcats placed third in the division. (Cody Jenne photo)  Invitational Gallery  Cheerleading Page

Copenhagen wins co-ed division, m-w takes 2nd


The Copenhagen Knights strike their final pose to close out their routine. The Knights captured the victory in the Co-Ed division recording a score of 74.25 followed by the Madrid-Waddington Yellowjackets taking home second with 66.72. The Edwards-Knox Cougars placed third with 58.8.

TThursday, February 13, 2020

hermon-dekalb outlasts lisbon for 57-51 victory


Lisbon's Jackson LaRock (25) skies over Hermon-DeKalb's Jacob Coller (2) to score off the jump shot to extend the Golden Knights lead to five points late in the second quarter.  The Green Demons battled back in a third quarter, then held on in the closing minutes for a 57-51 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

NCSN Thursday HeadlineS

Boys Hoops: H-D,Colts,Canton, Larries, Pirates, E-K Win
Girls Hoops: E-K's Hart, Hammond's Bennett Hit 1,000

BENNETT REACHES 1,000 PTS. IN HAMMOND WIN VS. DEMONS


Hammond's Kelsey Bennett (5) stops and pops the basket to reach the 1,000-point plateau early in the second half of the Red Devils 69-23 home victory over Hermon-DeKalb.  The win also game Hammond sole possession of the West Division regular-season title.  (Lisa Freeman photo)

HART SINKS 1,000TH POINT IN
cOUGARS' WIN VS. PIRATES


Edwards-Knox's Abby Hart passed the 1,000-point mark in the Cougars' 70-55 win vs. Harrisville.  (Photo provided)/p>

WWednesday, February 12, 2020

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Hoops: Chateaugay's McDonald New Scoring Mark
Girls Hoops: Hammond Clinches West; Chisholm 1,000
Boys Hockey:Raiders Clinch Share of D-I; Potsdam Wins
Women's Hockey: Canton Shades Potsdam 4-3 in O.T./a>
Boys Track: Malone Wins Title; Canton 2nd; Raiders 3rd
Girls Track: Canton Repeats; Potsdam 2nd; Flyers 3rd

MALONE REPEATS TRACK TITLE CANTON 2ND, POTSDAM 3RD


Indian River’s Troy Stephen topped the triple jump, long jump and high jump and was named the Boys Field MVP.  However, Malone won its fourth straight title at the annual Sectionals in Canton.  (Andrew Baker photo). Meet Gallery

CANTON WINS SECTION TRACK TITLE; POTSDAM 2ND, N-N 3RD


Runners break off the starting line to begin the 2020 Section X Track Championship with the girls 3200-meter relay.  Potsdam won the event.  However, Canton repeated as Section X champions. (Kevin Fisher photo)  Meet Gallery

MMcDonald sets Section X  record in win vs. Tupper


Chateaugay’s Jonah McDonald (5) is joined by Asistant Coach Jason LaPlante and Coach Mike Martin, after breaking the previous Section X boys all-time scoring record of 1,908 and setting his own mark of 1,929. Chateaugay beat Tupper Lake 77-41. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

POIRIER'S 1,000TH POINT LIFTS MALONE PAST LARRIES 57-50


The Malone Huskies' Payton Poirier (10) is the latest Section X player to reach the 1,000-point plateau.  Poirier, joined by parents Scott and Jen, reached the milestone during Wednesday's close contest between the Huskies and the St. Lawrence Central Larries.  Malone won the contest 57-50.  (Photo provided)
 

Chateaugay GIRLS ROLL PAST Tupper Lake IN 43-11 VICTORY


Tupper Lake’s Elaina Daniels (20) stops and pops the jumper over Chateaugay’s Cammi Champagne (13).  Chateaugay cruised past Tupper Lake 43-11 in East Division play. (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

CHISHOLM NETS 1,000TH POINT IN CANTON WIN VS. POTSDAM


Canton's Katie Chisholm became the latest girls basketball player to reach the 1,000-point plateau.  Chisholm helped lead the Golden Bears to a 63-42 win over Potsdam on Senior Night at Canton.  The Bears closed the regular season at 14-0 and Central Division champions.  (Photo provided)

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

HARMER BUZZER SHOT GIVES M-W JACKETS 65-64 WIN VS. N-N


Madrid-Waddington’s Drew Harmer (0) rears back for a jump shot while Norwood-Norfolk’s Luke Allen (22) readies a block. Madrid-Waddington beat Norwood-Norfolk at the buzzer 65-64. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

harrisville, chateaugay clinch division crowns

Harrisville captured its third straight West title, and fifth in the last six years, beating Hermon-DeKalb 64-47.  Jaden Sullivan scored 27, while drawing in 13 boards.  Chateaugay clinched the East behind 30 points from Jonah McDonald.

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Hoops: Chateaugay, O.F.A., Harrisville Clinch Titles
Girls Hoops: Malone Win in OT; Chateaugay, E-K Win
Men's Hockey: Cortland Cruises Past SUNY Canton 4-1
Boys Wrestling: Malone Pins Massena in 46-28 Victory

O.F.A. CLINCHES CENTRAL CROWN BEATING CANTON 76-56


OFA’s MeSean Johnson (15) stretches for a lay-in over Canton’s Joshua Kennedy (4). The Ogdensburg Blue Devils defeated the  Canton Golden Bears 76-56 to clinch the Central Division title. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

P-H PANTHERS TURN BACK COLTON-PIERREPONT 53-31


Colton-Pierrepont’s Michael Schwartfigure (24) takes the short jump shot between Parishville-Hopkinton defenders Andrew Wright (35) and Harrison Snell (4) to score and bring the Panthers lead to just two points midway through the first quarter.  However, the Panthers pulled away fro a 53-31 win.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery/a>

Monday, February 10, 2020

M-W LADY JACKETS CLINCH EAST CROWN BEATING FLYERS


MMadrid-Waddington’s Alexis Sullivan (13) powers into the offensive zone past Norwood-Norfolk’s Kylee Kellison (11). After a brief one-point lead for N-N, Madrid-Waddington pulled away in the final quarter, winning 57-49.  (Andrew Baker photo) Game Gallery

N-N ICEMEN SURVIVE POTSDAM RALLY TO WIN 4-3 IN OVERTIME


Norwood-Norfolk’s Bobby Voss (15) rips a shot below the glove of Potsdam goaltender Cole Eakins (30) for the game's first goal.  N-N sealed the game with a breakaway goal from John McCall, assisted by Bobby Voss, 1:09 into the overtime period for the 4-3 win. 
(Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

Thu.-Sun., February 6-9, 2020

SECTION X RUNNERS GET TUNEUP FOR SECTIONALS


Runners from Canton, Malone, Massena and Norwood-Norfolk participate one of several boys runs at SUNY Potsdam, tuning up prior to Wednesday's Section X Championships at SLU. (Alex Fisher photo)  Event Gallery

SECTION X RUNNERS GET TUNEUP FOR SECTIONALS


Gouverneur’s Rikki Griffith (left) leads the race as Canton’s Bryce Butterfield (right) stays on pace  right behind.  Both would finish in the top two spots in scrimmage tuneup at SUNY Potsdam. (Kevin Fisher photo) Meet Gallery

CLARKSON defeats RIVAL
ST. LAWRENCE IN 2-0 SHUTOUT


Clarkson’s Anthony Callin (44) fires a shot at close range that ricochets off St. Lawrence goaltender Francis Boisvert (35).  A goal in each of the first two periods accounted for Clarkson's 2-0 win over S.L.U. (Baker photo). Game Gallery

WILLIAMSVILLE, CLINTON WIN STATE SEMIFINAL CONTESTS

CLINTON 1, SALMON RIVER 0
The Clinton Warriors (III) are headed to the NYS Finals with a 1-0 win over previously unbeaten Salmon River (X).  Sophomore Abby Kurdziolek (Whitesboro) scored a 2nd period goal with an assist from freshman Drew Kopek (RFA). Senior Hailey Millington had a nine-save shutout in win.  The Warriors improve to 12-2-3, including seven straight wins and unbeaten in their last 13 games.

WILLIAMSVILLE 7, PLATTSBURGH 0
Williamsville (VI) racked up four goals in the first 12 minutes of the game, then added two more in the second period to jumpstart a 7-0 win over Plattsburgh (VII) in the state semifinals.  Emma Roland produced a hat trick, while Elizabeth Jackson added a goal and an assist for the winners.  Mia Wendell turned aside 14 shots in the shutout.  The Warriors will play Williamsville for the New York State Championship. 

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

mcdonald is chateaugay BOYS new all-time scorer


Chateauguay's Jonah McDonald (5) breaks past three Brushton-Moira defenders to score off a layup to extend the Bulldogs lead over the Panthers in the third quarter.  McDonald led the Bulldogs draining 39 points.  He broke the previous school record, set 20 years earlier by McKenzie Patnode with a new mark of 1,876 points. Chateaugay captured the 71-57 victory over Brushton-Moira. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Salmon River pulls away from Potsdam in 4-1 win


Salmon River’s Timothy Cook (12) fires a shot that bounces over the shoulder of Potsdam goaltender Cole Eakins (30) and into the net.  After a 1-1 tie at the end of the first period, Salmon River scored the lone goal of the second period, then netted two more goals in the third frame for a 4-1 victory. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

o.f.a. clinches central in victory against malone


Ogdensburg’s MeSean Johnson (15) drives to the paint around Malone’s Keegan Monette (32).  After an 11-11 tie late in the first quarter, Ogdensburg racked up a 20-2 margin, leading to a 40-22 advantage at the half.  The Blue Devils went on to beat Malone 77-42. (Baker photo) Game Gallery


NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Hoops: O.F.A. Clinches Central; P-H, H-D Winners
Girls Basketball: Harrisville Defeats P-H in Non-League
Men's Basketball: Potsdam Defeats Plattsburgh 89-82
Women's Hoops: Potsdam Holds Off Plattsburgh 69-66
Boys Hockey: Norwood-Norfolk Defeats Malone 3-1
Women's Hockey: Potsdam Blanks St. Michael's 2-0

STRONG 4TH QUARTER  DRIVES harrisville WIN VS. lisbon


Harrisville’s Nate Schmitt (1) bursts past the defense set by Lisbon’s Jayden Carr (20).  A 23-14 fourth-quarter effort lifts the Pirates over Lisbon.  Final score: Harrisville 71, Lisbon 57.  Harrisville was led by Jadon Sullivan with 28 points, followed by Ben and Will Taylor with 14 points each. .Lisbon was paced by Karter Jordan with 15, followed by Taegan Jordan with 14. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery


P-H PANTHERS UPSET N-N FLYERS IN 65-50 VICTORY


Parishville-Hopkinton's Tanner Rosenbarker (24) grabs for the rebound in front of Norwood-Norfolk's Luke Allen (22).
Parishville-Hopkinton upset Norwood-Norfolk 65-50 in in an East Division contest. (McNamara photo) Game Gallery

Raiders CELEBRATE SENIOR night BEATING LARRIES 57-24


Massena's Ryan Herrick (20) powers up for the layup to score past St. Lawrence Central's Cash Feeley (00).  Massena defeated the Larries 57-24, following the Raiders' senior night ceremony. (McNamara photo) Game Gallery

Monday, February 3, 2020

plattsburgh edges malone in SECTION VII CHAMPIONSHIP


 The Plattsburgh Lady Hornets captured the NYSPHSAA Section VII girls ice hockey championship. The Hornets outlasted the Malone Huskies 2-1 to win the title at SUNY Plattsburgh.  Morgan Reed scored at 4:38 of the opening period to give the Hornets a 1-0 lead.  Olivia Cook tied the game at 6:12 in the first period to tie the game for Malone.  Reylyn Giroux scored from Gillian Boule for the game winner at 12:50 of the third period.  Malone keeper Gina Norcross stopped 26 shots, while Plattsburgh's Ava Julian made 19 stops. (Photo provided)

WILDCATS RALLY IN 4TH QTR. TO BEAT sandstoners 63-50


Gouverneur's Brock Cox (50) muscles inside the rebound off the glass while defended by Potsdam's William Roda (44).  Potsdam built a 22-7 lead after the first quarter, but Gouverneur chipped away, tying the game 38-38 after three quarters.  The Cats outscored Potsdam 25-12 in the final quarter to emerge with a 63-50 win. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

NCSN MONDAY Headlines

Boys Hoops: Wildcats Top Potsdam; Hammond Beaten
Girls Hoops: Malone, Massena Pull Out Wins; N-N Wins
Boys Hockey: Saranac Lake Downs St. Lawrence Ctl. 4-2
Girls Hockey:Plattsburgh Nips Malone in Section VII Final
Boys Wrestling: Gouverneur Beats Ogdensburg 48-30

Colton-Pierrepont runs away from Tupper 49-16


Tupper Lake's Caydence Tyo (11) fights off the defense for a basket over Colton-Pierrepont's Kiana Hogle (34).  Colton-Pierrepont jumped to a 16-3 lead at the quarter, then pushed out to a 31-12 lead at the half, en route to a 49-16 win over Tupper Lake. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

Sat.-Sun., February 1-2, 2020

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Boys Hoops: M-W Jackets, Chateaugay, Massena Win
Girls Hoops: St. Regis, Chateaugay Win; Wildcats Edged
Men's Basketball: Potsdam, Clarkson, Canton Net Wins
Women's Basketball: S.L.U. Wins in OT; Clarkson Wins
Boys Hockey: Ogdensburg Wins Islanders Tournament
Girls Hockey: Shamrocks Nip Potsdam For Section Title
Men's Hockey:Clarkson Sweeps; Canton Wins; SLU Ties
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, Potsdam Register Ties
Men's Swim: Clarkson Swims Past Utica; Potsdam Falls
Women's Swim:Clarkson Topples Utica; Potsdam Bows

SHAMROCKS GAIN EARLY 3-0 LEAD TO HOLD OFF POTSDAM


Salmon River’s Hannah Johnson (2) drags the puck towards the net under pressure from Potsdam’s Megan Reichhart-Saber (8).  After a scoreless first period, Autumn Benedict fed Hannah Johnson who fired inside the far post to give the Shamrocks a 1-0 lead. Karahwenhawe White set up Olivia Moulton who snuck the puck in the bottom-left corner to advance Salmon River’s lead to 2-0. Rylee Garrow's centering pass was deflected to Makhia Snyder at the far past where she tucked the puck into the net. Shamrocks led 3-0. (More in column 3)

salmon river defeats potsdam for cHampionship


The Salmon River Shamrocks captured the NYSPHSAA Section X girls ice hockey championship. Salmon River hung on to beat Potsdam 4-3 to win the title at SUNY Potsdam. The Salmon River boys hockey team traveled to support and celebrate the victory and is seen in behind.  (Andrew Baker photo).  Game Gallery and Video

POTSDAM RALLIES BUT COMES UP SHORT IN SECTION X FINAL


Potsdam’s Isabel Boyd (7) races into the zone, fighting through a stick-lift attempt by Salmon River’s Makhia Snyder (14).   On the breakaway, Potsdam's Kennedy Emerson wove in and roofed her shot, getting Potsdam on the board at 3-1 through two periods. On a rush, Emerson again fired a hard slapshot off the goalie's pads that trickled into the net, cutting the Shamrocks’ lead to 3-2. Karli St Ann fed White through the slot, giving Salmon River an insurance goal at 4-2. Emerson completed a hat trick with a goal to the far side post for the final goal.


Friday, January 31, 2020

massena and canton fight to 1-1 tie in overtime


Massena goaltender Dakota Allen flashes the pad for an outstanding save on Canton’s Bradley Frank (16).  In a close game, Massena struck first with Brendan Finnegan netting the goal, assisted by Patrick Barclay with 4:09 remaining in the first period.  Canton’s Trey Bessette buried the tying goal from Rhett Palmer with 26 seconds left in the middle period. After a fierce defensive battle in the third period and subsequent overtime, the Raiders and Bears finished in a 1-1 tie.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Boys Hoops: Hammond, M-W, O.F.A., Massena, H-D Win
Girls Basketball: Hammond Outduels Malone 63-59
Men's Hoops: Bears Edged; Canton, SLU, Clarkson Win
Women's Hoops: St. Lawrence Wins; Other Locals Bow
Boys Hockey: Massena & Canton Tie; O.F.A. Wins OT
Men's Hockey: Clarkson & Potsdam Win; Canton Ties
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, S.L.U. Tie; Potsdam Wins

Hermon-DEKALB fires up "D" IN 2ND HALF TO Beat LISBON


Hermon-DeKalb’s Jaydion Carrow (12) and Lisbon’s Teagan Jordan (11) scramble for a loose ball.  Lisbon powered its way to a small lead after the first quarter with Kaiden Mussen leading the early scoring.  A slower start for Hermon-DeKalb evolved into a spirited comeback, with their second-half defense only allowing nine points by the Knights.  Carrow scored 16 points to lead the Green Demons in the 53-27 win. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery


CLARKSON men breeze past VASSAR brewers 84-72


Clarkson’s Chris Hulbert (12) crosses up Vassar’s Kevin McAuliffe (13), then dishes the ball to teammate Roburt Welch for a two-point layup, helping  the Golden Knights go on to defeat the Brewers 84-72 at Alumni Gymnasium in Potsdam. (Kevin Fisher photo) Game Gallery

 

Wednesday, January 30, 2020

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Girls Hoops:Chateaugay Nips C-P; Hammond Nicks E-K
Boys Hockey: Saranac Lake Shuts Out Norwood-Norfolk
Girls Hockey: Clinton Wins Section III Championship 4-1
Boys Wrestling: South-Jeff Sweeps Canton, Gouverneur

hermon-dekalb pulls away to defeat lisbon 50-33


Lisbon’s Emmalee Hitsman (5) extends above three Hermon-DeKalb defenders to score off a 12-foot jump shot bringing Lisbon within four points of the Green Demons in the first quarter. The Hermon-DeKalb went on the beat the Golden Knights 50-33. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

canton clinches tie for Central title beating 'cats


On a fastbreak, Canton’s Lexis Huiatt (22) gets fouled by Gouverneur’s Shantall Sweet (13) under the basket.  Canton finished the night with a victory over Gouverneur 53-42.  In the win, Canton clinched at least a tie for the Central Division title.  The Golden Bears’ Catherine Chisholm led the way with a game-high 19 points while Maddie Hoy drained 15 points.  The Wildcats were led by Raelin Burns who netted 18 points and Laney Smith who cashed in 10 points.  (Kevin Fisher photo)  Game Gallery

south jeff pins gouverneur and canton in tri-meet


Gouverneur’s Gaige Butterfield (gray) tries to flip South Jeff-Sandy Creek’s Michael Schnauber and would later get the win by pinfall.  The Spartans’ ended on top beating the Wildcats’ 43-36.  South Jefferson grappled to a 57-18 win over the Golden Bears, then Gouverneur beat Canton 57-22 in a tri-meet in Canton. (Kevin Fisher photo)  Meet Gallery

CLINTON WINS SECTION III GIRLS HOCKEY TITLE
(See story and team photo here)

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

salmon river ADVANCES PAST ALEXANDRIA BAY 3-0


Salmon River’s Jaryn Chubb (11) takes a shot while falling in front of the Alexandria Bay goal.  The shot was blocked by a diving save from Islanders' goalie Jenna Christopher (30) to keep the Shamrock lead at 1-0 early in the second period. Salmon River advanced to the Section X Championship game by defeating Alexandria Bay 3-0 in the semifinal at Fort Covington.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

potsdam OUSTS massena
9-1 IN SEMIFINAL victory


Massena’s Millie King (22) blocks a shot from Potsdam’s Keely Towne (20).  Potsdam broke open a close 1-0 game early in the second period when Kennedy Emerson scored just nine seconds into the period, leading the Sandstoners to a 9-1 romp over Massena in the Section X semifinals. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

SALMON RIVER BOYS OUTLAST
ST. LAWRENCE IN 3-2 BATTLE


Salmon River’s Connor Dishaw (7) fires a shot past two Larries defenders onto the St. Lawrence Central goal.  The shot was defected off the leg pad of St. Lawrence Central goalie Jonah Burnett (1) keeping the game scoreless early in the first period. Salmon River edged St. Lawrence Central 3-2.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

#4-SEEDED MALONE UPSETS TOP-SEEDED BEEKMANTOWN

MALONE 3, BEEKMANTOWN 2
The fourth-seeded Malone Huskies came away from host and top-seeded Beekmantown with an upset 3-2 victory in the Section VII semifinals.  It marked the first-ever playoff victory in the history of the Huskies' girls high school hockey program. Malone's Vail St. Hilaire provided momentum by scoring with just :04 seconds left in the first period, on a set up from Whitney St. Hilaire.  Olivia Cook picked up an assist on Courtney Boyea's goal at 3:33 of the second period, staking Franklin Academy to a 2-0 lead.  Beekmantown's Baley Carter scored just six minutes later to trim the lead to 2-1.  Cook reestablished a two-goal lead on an unassisted goal with 2:59 left in the middle frame.  Carter tallied at 5:39 of the third period.  Both of her goals were assisted by Brooke Ruest.  Gina Norcross turned aside 23 of 25 shots to preserve the Huskies' win.  Malone will face #2-seeded Plattsburgh for the Section VII title.

NCSN Wednesday HeadlineS

Boys Basketball: Edwards-Knox, Ogdensburg Post Wins
Girls Hoops: St. Regis Falls Beats Saranac Lake 46-14
Boys Hockey: O.F.A.,Salmon River Win One-Goal Games
Girls Hockey:Malone, Potsdam, Salmon, Plattsburgh Win
Women's Hockey: Plattsburgh Downs Potsdam 6-1
Boys Swim:Gouverneur Takes Two Non-League Losses
Boys Wrestling: Malone Snags To Narrow Win Over OFA

#1 PLATTSBURGH brings down SUny potsdam 6-1


SUNY Potsdam goaltender Kayla McCabe (29), a Potsdam native, holds her post in preparation for a wraparound shot attempt from Plattsburgh’s Kaitlin Drew-Mead (27).  Plattsburgh scored two goals in all three periods, en route to a 6-1 win over the Potsdam Bears.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery


Tuesday, January 28, 2020

malone REBOUNDS TO BEAT canton in high-energy game


Malone’s Aiden Decillis (4) rushes to the net, beating Canton defender Ashton Cloce (2) for two points. At the end of the first quarter, Canton had developed a 17-6 lead, but by the end of the second, Malone had begun to lay the foundation of their comeback, outscoring the Bears 17-15. A strong fourth quarter performance sealed the game for the Huskies, their defense holding Canton to just six points. Malone came away with a 65-56 victory. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

canton swims to victory over gouverneur 64-45


Canton swimmer Michael Bolesh surges ahead in the 200-meter medley relay.  In a competitive meet, Gouverneur's victories in the 200- and 400-meter freestyle relays, as well as the 100 meter breast-stroke came up short, as Canton-Lisbon-Potsdam went on to beat the Wildcats  64-45 in a meet held in Canton. (Andrew Baker photo). Meet Gallery

Monday, January 27, 2020

colton-pierrepont brings down brushton-moira 31-25


Colton-Pierrepont’s Emma Clemo (14) drives to the net around Brushton-Moira defender Alyssa Poirier. In a defensive battle, neither team got into a rhythm until midway through the first quarter with Colton-Pierrepont scoring the first points. The Colts went on to best Brushton-Moira 31-25. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

SULlivan's 26 points lead
m-w past chateaugay 56-34


Madrid-Waddington's Grace Plumley powers up for a layup over Chateaugay's Adrienne Secore (21), scoring two points.
Madrid-Waddington defeated Chateaugay 54-32 in an East Division matchup. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery/a>

Sat.-Sun., January 25-26, 2020

top-ranked lowville holds off o.f.a. in final qtr. 61-57


Ogdensburg’s MeSean Johnson (15) drives up the middle to finish a layup as Lowville’s Gavin Macauley (13) contests the shot. A strong defensive fourth quarter for Lowville broke the tight game to push the Raiders ahead of the Blue Devils for a 61-57 final.  Lowville, the top-ranked team in the state, held Ogdensburg, ranked 12 in the state, to only five points in the last quarter.  (Kevin Fisher photo)  Game Gallery

icemen's strong start propels 3-2 win over bears


Canton’s Rhett Palmer (9) blasts a shot from the point, while Norwood-Norfolk’s Bobby Voss (15) looks on from across the ice.  The Icemen got on the board first when Voss scored from Rhett Ashley just four minutes into the game.  Canton answered with back-to-back goals when Trey Bessette and Palmer lit the lamp.  Norwood-Norfolk struck quickly in the second period on goals by Ashley and John McCall to win 3-2.  (Alex Fisher photo)  Game Gallery

Friday, January 24, 2020

larries first qtr. surge holds off n-n flyers 59-54


Norwood-Norfolk’s Cole Perretta (2) drops in a layup on the fast break as St. Lawrence Central’s Caedan Taylor (10) rushes back to contest the shot. A strong 19-4 first quarter boosted the Larries’ past the Flyers 59-54. St. Lawrence Central was led by Cash Feeley who dropped 18 points and Steven Horner who ended the night with 13. Perretta finished with the game high 22 points for Norwood-Norfolk while Luke Allen netted 14 points. (Alex Fisher photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast
 


NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Boys Hoops: Larries, Chateaugay, Pirates, Tupper Win
Girls Hoops: M-W,Heuvelton,OFA,CP,Lisbon,Malone Win
Men's Hoops: SLU Nips RIT; Canton, Potsdam Nab Win
Women's Basketball: S.L.U., Potsdam Forge Victories
Boys Hockey: Salmon River, Malone, Massena Win
Girls Hockey: Beekmantown, Clinton Win Friday Games
Men's Hockey: Clarkson Edges Arizona State in OT
Women's Hockey: Clarkson Wins; Harvard Shades SLU
Men's Volleyball: Potsdam Wins Inaugural Match 3-0

lisbon rises up to defeat parishville-hopkinton 40-22


Parishville-Hopkinton’s Sydnie Phippen (11) dribbles around Lisbon defender Kallie Wood (3) on her way to the basket. Lisbon got off to a fast start 9-0 through the end of the first quarter, en route to a 40-22 win vs. the Panthers.  (Andrew Baker photo)  Game Gallery

potsdam defeats oswego 77-67 in sunyac thriller


SUNY Potsdam’s Isaiah Brown (23) tears up-court after stealing the ball from Oswego’s Jeremiah Sparks (40).  SUNY Oswego attempted a strong comeback in the second half after trailing by 10 for most of the game. Potsdam beat Oswego 77-67 to remain in first place at 7-1 in the SUNYAC men's basketball conference. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

 

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Yandoh nets 23 in larries' 57-21 win over n-n Flyers


St. Lawrence Central's Maggi Yandoh (4) is honored with her family for surpassing the 1,000-point milestone in her varsity career.  Yandoh needed just eight points, but dropped in 23 points in crossing the points mark.   The Larries went on to defeat Norwood-Norfolk 57-21 in East Division action.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

h-d demons zach denesha honored for 1,000th point


Hermon-DeKalb's Zach Denesha (3) was honored in a pregame home ceremony for scoring his 1,000th point on the road last week at Hammond.  Denesha is pictured with his family, younger brother Kade (22) and his coach Dylan Klock (far right) by his side.  (Kevin Fisher photo)  Game Gallery

Yandoh nets 23 in larries' 57-21 victory vs. n-n Flyers


Norwood-Norfolk's Brianna Stratton (22) leaps to block a shot by St. Lawrence's Brooke Rubado (11). The Larries' Maggi Yandoh poured in 23 points, while Marissa McLean scored 13 points for the Larries. Emma Schiavone and Brianna Stratton paced the Flyers with six points each. The St. Lawrence Central Larries defeated the Norwood-Norfolk Flyers 57-21.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN THURSDAY Headlines

Boys Hoops:Hermon-DeKalb, Heuvelton,Morristown Win
Boys Hoops: H-D's Denesha Honored for 1,000+ Points
Girls Hoops: E-K Upsets Massena; Potsdam Trips Chat.
Girls Hoops: Yandoh Hits 1,000-Point Plateau vs. Flyers
Girls Hockey: Oswego Bucs Clip Alexandria Bay 3-2
Boys Swim: Canton-Lisbon-Potsdam Tops Gouverneur
Boys Wrestling: Massena Downs Malone 45-35

h-d demons pulls ahead early to beat p-h panthers


Parishville-Hopkinton’s Lawson Snell (1) drains the three-pointer with Hermon-DeKalb’s Jacob Coller (2) contests the shot.  Jay Carrow scored a game-best 20 points, while Coller contributed 11 points in the Green Demons 63-46 victory over visiting Parishville-Hopkinton.  Burt Chevier led the Panthers with 19 points, while Tanner Rosenbarker chipped in 10.  (Kevin Fisher photo)  Game Gallery
 

WeWednesday, January 22, 2020

CAnton grapples to 57-28 victory over malone


Malone’s Alfred MacNeill sweeps the leg out from under Canton competitor Hunter Blauvelt to earn two points for the takedown. MacNeill won the match on a 11-1 decision. With this victory, MacNeill also picked up his 100th career victory in the match. The Golden Bears went on to win the meet 57-28.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

kuhn goal in OVERTIME lifts Massena past salmon 5-4


Salmon River's Zachary Durant (8) pressures Massena's Aidan Rufa (8) who blasts a shot on goal.  Mikey Kuhn scored on a setup from  Nick Morrell with five seconds left in overtime, lift Massena to a 5-4 win over Salmon River 5-4, after a back-and-forth thriller in Masena.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

Monday-Tuesday, January 20-21, 2020

shshamrocks nip potsdam 2-1 for regular-season title


Salmon River’s Kayla Cunningham (22) fires the puck onto the Potsdam goal, but the shot was blocked by goalie Ava Johnson (30) to keep the game scoreless in the first period.  The Shamrocks scored two goals in the second period, then held off a frantic comeback attempt to beat the Sandstoners 2-1, remain unbeaten and clinch the NAC regular-season title.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

M-W JACKETS PUSH BACK TO BEAT BRUSHTON-MOIRA 77-70


Madrid-Waddington’s Brennan Harmer (21) dashes past two Brushton-Moira defenders on a give-and-go to make the open layup and extend the Jackets' lead to seven points over the Panthers midway in the first quarter. After M-W opened a 9-0 lead to start the game, the Panthers battled back to tie 21-21 to open the second quarter.  The Jackets held off the Panthers 77-70. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Fri.-Sat., January 17-18, 2020

SLU HISTORY: 1ST-EVER SHUT OUT OF CLARKSON AT home


ClClarkson's Kayla Friesen (29) backhands a shot off the pads of St Lawrence's goaltender Lucy Morgan.  Morgan's shutout was historic - the first time Clarkson women have ever shut out of the Knights' at Appleton.  The only other time S.L.U. has shutout Clarkson in the previous 55 meetings in program history was a 5-0 win on October 21, 2006, at Cheel Arena. Jacquie Diffely scored the sole goal of the game, her second goal of the season. Jessica Poirier had the assist for St Lawrence's goal.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery


Hermon-Dekalb WINS DEMON TOURNEY BEATING POTSDAM


Hermon-DeKalb's Brianna Grant (22) rises above Potsdam's Shawna Cummings (32) who reaches up to attempt the block. After a back-and-forth matchup,  Hermon-DeKalb emerged with the Green Demon Tournament championship, defeating Potsdam 51-43 in the title game.  (Jacob McNamara photos) href="https://northcountrysportsnet.zenfolio.com/p555184840"> Game Gallery