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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Friday, November 14, 2014


Massena’s Jayce Lanning (21) breaks the tackle from Queensbury defender Brett Rodriguez (33) for a first down.  Top-ranked and defending state champion Queensbury opened a 27-0 lead within the first eleven minutes of play and cruised past Massena 48-0 in the New York State Class A quarterfinal. Queensbury immediately put the Raiders in a hole on the game’s first play from scrimmage with a 65-yard touchdown pass from Drew Wilson to Tyrell Adams. The Red Raiders fumbled the ensuing kickoff and Adams scored another six points on the very next play. Massena fumbled on their next drive which led to an Erik Wettersten three-yard TD plunge. Queensbury then scored on its next possession when Adams drew in a 46-yard halfback option pass from Bret Rodriguez. Jason Zembeck led Massena with 16 carries for 63 yards.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


Section X Football States: Massena Falls To Queensbury
Section VII Football States: Schalmont Eliminates Peru
Men's Hockey: Cards Win; Potsdam Ties; Clarkson Falls
Women's Hockey: St. Lawrence Wins; Clarkson Ties
Women's Volleyball: Clarkson Wins First Round of NCAA

POTSDAM men tie fredonia
4-4 in physical game

SUNY Potsdam’s Tommy Telesca (19) bats the puck out of mid-air past SUNY Fredonia’s Christopher Eiserman (1) for a goal.  The Blue Devils took a 2-1 lead after the first period, but the Bears stormed back to take a 4-3 lead in the second period. Fredonia scored early in the third, resulting in a 4-4 tie. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

CLARKSON WOMEN battle back to tie harvard 2-2 O.T.

Clarkson University’s Shannon MacAulay (4) attempts to poke check the puck away from Harvard University’s Chelsea Ziadie (24). Harvard took a 2-0 lead midway into the second period, but the Golden Knights received goals from Olivia Howe and Renata Fast to knot the game at 2-2 early in the third frame. The game ended as a 2-2 overtime tie. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Sat.-Sun., November 8-9, 2014


Boys XC: 3rd Place N-N Place Three Runners in Top 11
Girls XC: Saucier Leads Third Place N-N Flyers at States
Boys Football: Saranac Lake, Ticonderoga, Peru Win
College Football: Hobart Field Goals Sinks St. Lawrence
Girls Swimming: Canton Wins Sectionals, Larries 2nd
Boys Soccer: Potsdam Squeezes Out 1-0 Win in States
Girls Soccer: Massena, Potsdam Seasons End in States
Men's Soccer: St. Lawrence Wins Liberty League Title
Women's Soccer: St. Lawrence Falls in Liberty Lg. Final
Women's Volley: Clarkson Sweeps To Liberty Lg. Title

FLYERS 3RD; fulk, fulk and saucier place IN top 11

Norwood-Norfolk’s Connor Fulk and Adam Saucier go three wide with a runner from Tully as the approached the two-mile marker.  Fulk finished 11th and Saucier 8th amongst the entire field of runners in New York State Class D.  The meet was hosted by Section X at the newly-built cross country trail at SUNY Canton.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Class B Gallery, Class C Gallery, Class D Gallery, Awards Gallery

Saucier, Gray lift flyers to 3rd place finish in states

Runners from Gouverneur, Canton and Potsdam rocket off the starting line to begin the New York State Class C Championship race. In New York State Class C, Canton’s Cassidy Scott placed 36th and Canton as a team ranked 5th of 11 teams.  Norwood-Norfolk’s Kaycie Saucier placed fourth in Class D.  The Flyers placed 3rd of 10 teams.  (Jenne photo)  Class B Gallery, Class C Gallery, Class D Gallery, Awards Gallery


Lake George’s Ian Quillinan (5) sends the direct kick toward the Potsdam goal, but the shot is blocked by Potsdam goalkeeper Ashler Herrick.  Potsdam’s Dan Caamano delivered the game’s only goal at 6:54 of the second half, set up by his brother David and Morgan Sutliff in the Sandstoners 1-0 win over Section II’s Lake George in the New York State Class C quarterfinal. David began the play with a kick from just beyond midfield that was deflected out by Lake George. Morgan Sutliff picked up the loose ball and sent it back into the scrum in front of the net where it was redirected by Dan Caamano. The Sandstoners’ Ashler Herrick weathered a barrage of shots in the final 10 minutes as Lake George pressed ahead for the equalizer, but ultimately could not avoid elimination. Herrick finished with eight saves. However, the defensive line of Sutliff, David Caamano, Jacob Mitchell and Matt Stone helped deflect much of the attack. Lake George keeper Eli Gowen collected seven saves.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

CANTON wins sectionals; LARRIES 2ND, MASSENA 3RD

Canton’s Aida Shipley leads swimmers from Salmon River and Massena in the 200-yard individual medley.  Canton's Angelina Domena went on to win the event. Canton went on to dominate the sectional championship with 299 points, followed by St. Lawrence Central 196 and Massena 187 in the top three.  (Gearsbeck photo) Meet Gallery


St. Lawrence University’s Evan Lapice (1) strips the ball from Hobart’s Christopher Holoman (22). The Statesmen took a 20-7 lead early in the third quarter. The Saints battled back to take the lead 27-26 late in the fourth, but Hobart moved down field for a game-winning field goal to win 29-27 at Leckonby Stadium. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


Ogdensburg's Jack Manke (88) skies over Saranac Lake's Ty Marmion (20) for the reception.  Ogdensburg carried a 26-21 lead into the fourth quarter, but Saranac Lake bounced back with a pair of fourth quarter scores and two turnovers to score a 34-26 win in the New York State Class C opening round playoff at AuSable Valley.  (Chris Grimone photo)  Game Gallery NCSN Game Broadcast


Malone's Brandon Woods (5) is brought down by the shirt tail by a Peru defender.  Peru broke open a 14-6 first-quarter lead with 25 unanswered points before the half and 20 points after the half in a 59-6 romp in the New York State Class B opening round.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

jacks drops state opener 41-13 to ticonderoga

Ticonderoga’s Konner Bruce (29) stiff arms his way past Tupper Lake’s Wyatt Skelling (29) for a touchdown.  The Sentinels jumped out to a 7-0 lead after the first quarter, then scored 21 points in the second frame to close out the first half. Ticonderoga defeated the Lumberjacks 41-13 in the NYS Class D Playoffs. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Friday, November 7, 2014

Chateaugay advances to final-4 BEATING chazy in o.t.

Chazy’s Hannah Laurin (20) and Chateaugay’s Emily Dwyer (14) battle for possession of the ball near the Chazy goal as time runs out in second half.  Chateaugay’s Katie Beach scored the game winner three minutes into the first overtime.  The Bulldogs won 2-1 to advance to the New York State Class D semifinal next weekend.  Game Gallery


Boys Soccer: Lisbon Falls To Chazy in NYS Quarterfinal
Girls Soccer States: Chateaugay Edges Chazy 2-1 in OT
Men's USCAA XC: SUNY Canton Finishes 10th of 21
Women's USCAA XC: SUNY Canton Finishes 9th of 18
Women's Volleyball: Clarkson Advances Final; S.L.U. Out
Men's Hockey: S.L.U., Plattsburgh, Potsdam Men Win
Women's Hockey: Buffalo Trips Potsdam 3-2 in Overtime


From Clarkson University Sports Information
With contributions coming from numerous sources, the Clarkson University Volleyball team outlasted Union College in four sets in the Liberty League Tournament Semifinals Friday evening at Alumni Gymnasium. The Golden Knights, ranked 16th in the country in the latest AVCA poll, won the match against the Dutchwomen in four sets (25-22, 25-19, 19-25, 25-13) and will face RIT in the finals tomorrow at 4:00 pm. The Tigers defeated St. Lawrence in four sets (22-25, 25-19, 25-19, 25-21).  "I give a lot of credit to Union for playing a terrific match," head coach Johan Dulfer said. "No matter who you are, it's very hard to beat a good team three times in one season. Their defense is always outstanding and I felt that it wasn't until we matched their defensive intensity that the match finally went our way. In the playoffs it's all about surviving and moving on. We're happy and grateful that we get to play for another championship and look forward to tomorrow."  More Details

Lisbon bows to chazy in nys quarterfinal game 3-0

Lisbon goalkeeper Nick Spooner makes the sliding save to block the shot from Chazy’s Gage Ducatte (10). Ducatte assisted on the go-ahead goal at 19:23 of the first half.  In addition to Barriere's two goals, a Golden Knight defender attempted a clearing kick in the crease and inadvertently redirected the ball into the net for an "own goal."  Lisbon closes out its season at 13-3-5 overall.  The Eagles' Josh Barriere (5) scored the first goal on a header, directly receiving a flicking header from Gage Ducatte. Barriere struck again late in the second half, as Chazy went on to beat Lisbon 3-0 in the New York State Class D quarterfinals.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Wed.-Thu., November 5-6, 2014

NCSN midweek HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: Massena, O.F.A. Bow in State Regionals
Girls Soccer: Potsdam Blanks Northern Adirondack 2-0
Girls Volleyball: Chateaugay Last Remaining in States


The Sandstoners got a good defensive effort and Breanna Sapp needed just four saves to key Potsdam’s 2-0 victory over Section VII champion Northern Adirondack in the opening round of the New York State Class C playoffs. Leah Cruikshank scored from Hannah Drechsel with just under 10 minutes left in the first half. Kelsey Green popped in the second goal on a long line-drive direct kick from 40 yards away in the 59 th minute. Potsdam advances to the Region II championship contest (state quarterfinal) against Section II’s Schohaie on Saturday at Lansing burgh High School.


The Massena Red Raiders closed out their 2014 campaign in the first round of the New York State Class A playoffs with a three-set loss to Section II champion Burnt Hills, 25-9, 25-5 and 25-16. Massena opened with a 4-1 lead in the first set, but that was their biggest lead of the night. The Spartans bounced back with 13-2 and 11-3 runs to finish the first set. Massena cut an early to 6-4 in the third set, before finally bowing out. The Raiders wrapped up their season at 14-3, which included winning the Section X overall championship.

Hudson Falls put an end to the Malone Huskies season with a three-set sweep, 25-8, 25-7 and 25-5 in the New York State Class B regional semifinal. Hudson Falls dominated the opening points in all three sets, capturing the first seven points of the set and building 12-3 and 15-2 leads in the next two sets. The Tigers, representing Section II, will advance to the regional final against Section VII’s Beekmantown for the right to advance to the state semifinal in Glens Falls. Malone wrapped up its season at 7-10 overall.

Eagles soar in first half to defeat Ogdensburg 3-2

O.F.A.’s Peyton Lalone (15) cuts between two Beekmantown defenders as he storms his way to the Eagles' goal.  Lalone scored in the first half and Dakota Brady scored in the second to climb back into the game. but Ogdensburg fell 3-2 in the State Class B playoff opener.  Game Gallery

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Knights & Panthers class d co-champs; LISBON ADVANCES

Lisbon’s Joey Pellerin (17) and Parishville-Hopkinton’s Connor Sullivan (10) battle for possession of the ball at mid field off of the Panthers throw in. After a scoreless bout through double overtime, both teams are declared co-champions. Lisbon gained the berth in the state playoffs in a 4-3 edge in penalty kicks. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Chateaugay wins class d championship in 2nd half 2-0

Chateaugay’s Rachael Young (3) drives the ball down toward the Heuvelton goal past Heuvelton defender Madison McCormick (1).  Scoreless through the first 65 minutes, Chateaugay scored two goals just two minutes apart to pull away from Heuvelton for their sixth straight Section X Class D girls crown. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Boys Soccer: Lisbon Advances; Potsdam Wins in PKs
Girls Soccer: Chateaugay Wins D; Massena Advances


The Potsdam Sandstoners went 5-for-5 in penalty kicks, outlasting a near-perfect effort by Lake Placid in the shootout to advance in the opening round of the New York State Class C playoffs. After a scoreless game through 110 minutes in which Potsdam keeper Ashler Herrick snared all 11 Blue Bomber shots, Sandstoners Seth Tharrett, Matt Stone, Dave Caamano, Dominic Frascatore and Jaime Lopez delivered penalty kicks to the mesh. Placid keeper Noah Mohr prevented Potsdam from capturing the win in the first overtime when he deflected what would have been a game winner with :06 left. Herrick’s spectacular save to his right deflected Lake Placid’s third shot in the PKs that proved to be the margin. Potsdam advances to the Region II Championship (state quarterfinal round) against Section II’s Lake George at 4:00 p.m. Saturday at SUNY Canton.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Massena hands chateaugay first loss to win overall

Chateaugay’s Kim Reville (5) spikes the ball through the block attempt of Massena’s Kyrsha Angus (31) to earn a point for the Bulldogs.  After the teams split the first two sets 25-21, 18-25, Massena outlasted Chateaugay 25-19, 25-17 to win the title.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Match Gallery

vivlamore recipient of 2014 patty baldwin award

Sarah Vivlamore of Potsdam was named the recipient of the Patty Baldwin Award. The three finalists were joined by their coaches and parents. Seated from left to right in the front row are the three finalists: Sarah Vivlamore (Potsdam), Jennifer King (Madrid-Waddington) and Sky Hoover (Ogdensburg).


Girls Volleyball: Massena Beat Chateaugay in Finale


The Salmon River Shamrocks were awarded the 2014 Stephanie Putney Team Sportsmanship Award.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Awards Gallery

Sat.-Sun., November 1-2, 2014


Brushton-Moira’s Marco Pirazzini (7) pokes the ball away from Potsdam’s David Caamano (11).  Dan Caamano connected on a thru-pass from Nick Frascatore for the game’s only goal with 18:09 left to carry the Sandstoners past Brushton-Moira 1-0 in the Section X Class C championship. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon upsets morristown to advance in overtime 2-1

Morristown’s Jake VanArnum (16) skies with Lisbon’s Koby Jordan (3) to gain possession of the ball off a corner kick.  Lisbon’s Joey Pellerin nailed the sudden-victory goal at 29 seconds of overtime to propel the Golden Knights past the top-seeded Morristown Green Rockets in the Section X Class D semifinals.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Sullivan lifts panthers to class d championship game

Madrid-Waddington’s David Odendahl looks to get open to take a shot with pressure from Parishville-Hopkinton’s Ethan Cox (14) and Chase Simmons (6).  P-H’s Connor Sullivan drilled home the game’s only goal. The Panthers beat the Jackets 1-0 to advance to the final showdown against Lisbon. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

potsdam wins class c title on hillips goal in 3rd o.t.

Brushton-Moira’s Kenzie Traynor (7) knocks the ball away from Potsdam’s Courtney DiTullio (17) near the sideline.  Potsdam halted Brushton-Moira’s run of five Class C titles when Savarah Aidun fed a crossing pass to Kayla Phillips who scored with two seconds remaining in the third overtime. Potsdam won 2-1. (Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Steele scores four goals to lifts bulldogs to finals

Hammond goalkeeper Lilly Langtry leaps to make the catch save over Heuvelton attackers Hannah Thornhill (13) and Alexandra Steele (12).  Heuvelton’s Alexandra Steele scored all four goals. Hannah Thornhill set up two of the goals.  Heuvelton beat Hammond 4-0 in the Section X Class D semifinal round. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Chateaugay advances to class c championship 2-0

Madrid-Waddington’s Kaleigh Field (4) fights her way around the tough defense of Chateaugay’s Danielle Cook (13) at midfield. Chateaugay makes sixth-straight trip to the Section X Class D championship with a 2-0 shutout win over Madrid-Waddington in the semifinals. Katie Beach and Alicia Cook scored the goals.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Section VII Football: Peru, Saranac Lake Win Title Game
Men's Football: SLU Drops WPI 20-7 To Improve to 7-1
Boys Soccer: Potsdam Wins Title; P-H, Lisbon Win in D
Girls Soccer: Potsdam Wins in 3OT; All Bulldog D Final
Men's Soccer: St. Lawrence Men Nip Clarkson 2-1
Women's Soccer: SLU Tops Clarkson; Plattsburgh Ties
College Swimming: Clarkson Men, S.L.U. Women Win
College XC: S.L.U. Men & Women Win Liberty Lg. Titles
Womens Volley: Canton Roos Finishes 3rd at USCAA
Men's Hockey: SLU Beats Clarkson; Canton Edged 5-4
Women's Hockey: Clarkson Wins; S.L.U., Canton Fall

Saranac Lake Storms Past AuSable in C Final 42-23

AuSable Valley wide receiver Sultan Sikandar breaks the plane of the goal line, despite being driven back by Saranac Lake's Joe Viscardo (6). Sikandar's touchdown reception came in the waning seconds of the first half.  The Storm led 35-7 at the half, then cruised to a 42-23 victory in the Section VII Class C Championship.  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

SUNY CANTON falls to rochester in uscaa semis

SSUNY Canton’s Jessica Reynolds (6) spikes the ball over the net for a point past Rochester College’s Maria Zito (24).  SUNY Canton lost the first two sets to the Warriors. The Roos came back strong to win the third set, but ultimately fell to Rochester 3-1 in the semifinals of the USCAA National Championship. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Match Gallery


St. Lawrence University’s Justin Bruckel (55) streaks down the ice while being chased by Clarkson University’s Joe Zarbo (27).  Hayton made 30 saves to earn the shutout as the Saints defeated arch-rival Clarkson 4-0 despite being outshot 30-15 by the Golden Knights. Gunnar Hughes scored two goals. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Friday, October 31, 2014

o.f.a. TOPS gouverneur 10-2 for class c championship

Gouverneur’s Troy Gates (2) skies to catch a pass over Ogdensburg’s Jon Rodgers (26).  The Blue Devils and Wildcats both had trouble moving the ball throughout the game. O.F.A. took a 3-0 lead in the first half, then Taylor Richardson found the endzone in the fourth quarter to propel Ogdensburg to a 10-2 victory in the Section X Class C championship.  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


Section X Football:O.F.A., Tupper Squeeze Out Title Wins
Section VII Football: Ticonderoga Wins Class D Crown
Girls Swimming: Canton Finishes Unbeaten Season
Men's Hockey: Clarkson, S.L.U. Skate to 2-2 Overtime Tie
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, St. Lawrence Post Wins
College Swimming:S.L.U. Men/Women Sweep Skidmore
Women's Volleyball: Canton Sweeps To USCAA Final 4


St. Lawrence Central saved its best game for the playoffs and nearly pulled off their first win of the season in the Section X Class D championship. On a bizarre Halloween night of sectional finals, the Larries took a 21-12 lead into the fourth quarter, before giving up two late touchdown aerials that preserved a 25-21 win for the Lumberjacks. St. Lawrence Central opened the scoring at 5:22 of the first quarter with a 22-yard scamper from Mike Plante. The Jacks answered to start the second quarter when Noah Santana reeled din a 30-yard touchdown pass from Anson Gagnier. Hunter Storrin then intercepted a Liam LaMere pass two yards deep in the end zone and raced 102 yards coast-to-coast to boost the Larries’ momentum to 14-6 with 1:12 remaining in the half. Tupper Lake’s opening drive of the third quarter produced six points on Lamere’s eight-yard TD run. The Larries turned up the heat further in the third quarter when Plante dashed to the end zone from nine yards out, putting top-seeded Tupper Lake in a 21-12 hole. But the Jacks fought back with a pair of touchdown passes of 40 yards and 22 yards from Liam LaMere to Santana, four minutes apart, to capture the Class D crown. Tupper Lake advances for face Ticonderoga in the first round of the New York State Class D playoffs next week.


St. Lawrence University’s Gunnar Hughes (27) and Clarkson University’s Paul Geiger (3) battle for the puck.  The Golden Knights took a 2-1 lead after two periods. Woody Hudson tied the game for the Saints at 6:13 of the third period. The game ended in a 2-2 tie. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Thursday, October 30, 2014


Gouverneur’s Erika Rotundo (16) and Canton’s Liza Collins (17) battle for the ball near the sideline.  Gouverneur goalie Taylor Andrews logged 12 saves and Belle Hall found the back of the net to give the Wildcats the lone goal of the game in a 1-0 victory and Gouverneur's first girls soccer title since 1995.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


Canton’s Zayne Frysinger (21) attempts to hold off O.F.A.’s Austin Putman (23) during first-half action.  The Blue Devils' Tristan Moore scored in the fourth minute, then Nate Peo and Max Aherns added two more in the first half, to anchor a 3-0 win over Canton in the Class B title game.  Ogdensburg keeper Jake Sias pulled in three saves for the shutout.   O.F.A. advances to the opening round of New York State playoffs.  (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


Boys Football: Massena Rallies To Beat Malone 36-32
Boys Soccer:O.F.A. beats Canton 3-0 For Class B Crown
Girls Soccer: Gouverneur Wins First Title Since 1995
Women's Volleyball: Five Roos Honored at Natl. Banquet


From SUNY Canton Sports Information
Five members of the SUNY Canton women’s volleyball team earned awards from the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) at the national championship banquet hosted on Wednesday evening at the Eben Holden Room on the campus of St. Lawrence University. Mackenzie Mynter (Churchville, NY) was named a First Team All-American for the third consecutive season, while Morgan Bills (Walworth, NY) joined Mynter on the First Team, moving up from a Second Team performance in 2013. Caitlin Grimshaw (Adams, NY) also earned All-American accolades receiving a spot on the Honorable Mention Team. Meanwhile, the senior captain also earned the distinction of being one of three Roos on the All-Academic Team for be an upperclassmen and maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better.Kelsy Cornish (Honeoye, NY) and Kiana Archer (Plattsburgh, NY) were also named members of the USCAA All-Academic Team, as Archer earned that distinction for the second consecutive season.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014


Boys Soccer: Massena Nips Malone 1-0 in Class A Title
Girls Soccer: Massena Wins A Title; Class D Q-finals
Girls Volleyball: Chateaugay, Ogdensburg Win Titles

hammill nets game winner FOR MASSENA CLASS A TITLE

The Massena boys soccer team gathers around their Class A Championship banner following their dramatic 1-0 victory over Malone. Both teams had numerous scoring chances, but couldn’t break through until Jason Hammill headed the ball in off a corner with only three minutes remaining to give Massena the title. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Madrid-Waddington wins to advance to semifinals 2-1

Colton-Pierrepont’s Morgan Doyle (2) looks to get past Madrid-Waddington defender Amelia Bailey (3) on her way toward goal.  Fifth-seeded Madrid-Waddington upset the #4 seed Colton-Pierrepont in a 2-1 thriller in the Section X Class D quarterfinals. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

hammond tops lisbon to advance to "D" Semifinals

Lisbon’s Courtney Green (27) and Hammond’s Marinah Simons (7) battle for possession of the ball.  Marinah Simmons scored one goal and assisted on the game-winner to Mariah Simmons to lead the Hammond Red Devils to a 2-1 victory over Lisbon in the Class D quarterfinals.  (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


The Massena Red Raiders reversed two regular season losses, both by a goal each to the Huskies, the Central Division regular-season champions. Mikenna Merry made eight saves in the shutout for the Raiders in a 1-0 win the for Class A title.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

steele nets late goal to propel bulldogs to semis

Heuvelton’s Alex Steele attempts to scurry past Parishville-Hopkinton defender Taylor Scovil (15).  With just 12 minutes remaining in a scoreless contest, Heuvelton’s Alex Steele deposited the games only goal off a Hannah Thornhill pass to send the Bulldogs past Parishville-Hopkinton 1-0 in the Class D quarterfinals. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Chateaugay downs e-k cougars 6-1 to advance

Chateaugay’s Courtney Yando (4) drives the ball toward the Edwards-Knox goal past Cougars defender Jade Flanagan (16).   Chateaugay pounced on Edwards-Knox with two goals each from Alicia and Brianna Cook to score a 6-1 victory in the Section X Class D semifinals. Rachel Young and Danielle Charland each added single markers for Chateaugay.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg captures class c championship 3-0

Salmon River’s Mara Lazore (25) sends the ball over Ogdensburg defender Brooke Richardson (9) to score a point in the first set for the Shamrocks. Ogdensburg’s Emma Hart smacked 14 service points and pounded seven kills to pace top-seeded Ogdensburg to a three-set sweep of the Salmon River Shamrocks in the Section X Class C championship. (Cody Jenne photo)  Match Gallery

Chateaugay rolls to class d championship 3-0 over m-w

Chateaugay’s Kim Reville (5) sends the ball past Madrid-Waddington’s Sophia Roome (24) and Jennifer King (20) to score a point for the Bulldogs in the opening set.  Chateaugay continued its undefeated run to the Section X Class D championship with a dominating three-set sweep of second-seeded Madrid-Waddington, 25-6, 25-9 and 25-18. The Bulldogs were led by Shelby Yanulavich who posted 11 points and four aces in the championship match. Chateaugay will advance to the Section X overall semifinals on Monday against the Malone Huskies. Madrid-Waddington finished its season at 10-7.  The Chateaugay Bulldogs would sweep Madrid-Waddington 3-0 to take home the Section X Class D Championship. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Huskies, wildcats, flyers Earn Sectional Titles

Potsdam’s Chaz Agen and Norwood-Norfolk’s Connor Fulk battled side by side for fourth place coming into the finish. Fulk would edge out Agen with a time of 17:25 and Chaz 17:26 in fifth. Norwood-Norfolk’s Kyle Fulk won the meet overall with a time of 16:51, Malone’s Mitchell Marlow placed second (16:15) and Norwood-Norfolk’s Adam Saucier (16:59) took third.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Lisbon advances to semis in 3-2 comeback thriller

Chateaugay’s Dylan LaBare (15) steals the ball away from Lisbon’s Reilly Albetrto (7) off of the Golden Knights throw in near the Bulldogs' goal.  Adam Kelley scored in the 77th minute to tie, then Tristan Vine notched the game winner less than a minute later, to reverse a 2-11 deficit for a 3-2 win. Kelley opened the scoring in the first half. Austin Greene and Zach Cowan belted goals for the Bulldogs who closed their season at 11-7. Lisbon advances to face top-seeded Morristown in the Class D semifinals.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk, Malone, Canton Win Divisional titles

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kaycie Saucier comes into the finish to win the sectional meet held at SUNY Canton. The Malone Huskies captured the Class B Championship and the Canton Golden Bears won the Class C Championship. The Norwood-Norfolk Flyers took home the Class D Championship. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet GalleryGallery

Monday, October 27, 2014

Canton beats shamrocks to advance to "b" TITLE GAME

Canton’s Lance Pier (24) and Salmon River’s Antoine Domino (8) battle for control of the ball.   Canton’s Josh Huiatt knocked in three goals and assisted on another to pace the Golden Bears to a 5-2 victory over the Salmon River Shamrocks in the Section X Class B semifinals.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

wildcats top shamrocks to advance to b championship

 Gouverneur’s Jackie Storrin (7) attempts to pass the ball to a teammate, but Salmon River’s Nidia DeArmayero (8) blocks her attempt. Kate Andrews’ unassisted goal in the 28th minute was all that Gouverneur would need in a 2-0 victory over the Salmon River Shamrocks in the Section X Class B semifinals. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


Boys Soccer: Ogdensburg, Canton Advance To B Final
Girls Soccer:Gouverneur Eliminates Salmon in Semifinal
Girls Volleyball: O.F.A., Salmon, Chateaugay, M-W Win

Yellow Jackets advance to championship PAST TUPPER

Madrid-Waddington’s Jennifer King (20) and a Tupper Lake attacker battle over possession of the ball right above the net.  The Yellow Jackets swept to a three-set semifinal victory over the Lumberjacks, 25-21, 25-22 and 25-14 to advance and face Chateaugay in the Section X Class D title game on Wednesday. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Sat.-Sun., October 25-26, 2014


Boys Football: Eagles, Storm, Patriots, Moriah, Ti Win
College Football: St. Lawrence Downs Springfield 21-7
Boys Soccer: St. Regis, Lisbon, Bulldogs, Pirates Win
Girls Soccer: E-K, M-W, P-H, SLCS. Lisbon Win Playoffs
Men's Soccer: Potsdam, SLU Survive; Clarkson Beaten
Women's Soccer: S.L.U. Wins; Bears, Roos, Knights Fall
Girls Volleyball: Canton, Brushton-Moira Win Play-Ins
Women's Volley: Clarkson, S.L.U. Sweep; Canton Splits
Men's Hockey: Clarkson, SLU Edged in One-Goal Game
Women's Hockey: Clarkson Sweeps Syracuse 9-0, 4-1


 Saranac Lake Red Storm players hoist the coveted Mayor's Cup trophy in celebration following a 40-14 victory over long-time rival Tupper Lake.  The Red Storm built a 27-0 lead in the second frame. QB Tristan Fitzgerald wrapped up three drives with TD passes.  (Ferguson photo)  Game Gallery

saints win 5th straight in 21-7 victory vs. springfield

St. Lawrence University’s Mike Lefflbine picks up a first down while running past Springfield College’s Anthony West (3).  The Saints scored two touchdowns in the second quarter to carry a 14-0 lead into halftime. SLU held on in the second half to extend their winning streak to five straight with a 21-7 victory. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

canton eliminates wildcats in class c play-in match

Gouverneur’s Raenelle Durham (37) and Canton’s Emma Warner (4) joust at the top of the net for control of the point.  Canton bounced back from a loss in the first set to post a 3-1 victory over Gouverneur in the Section X Class C play-in game.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Match Gallery

Lisbon squeezeS past H-D demons 3-2 in O.T. in opener

A Hermon-DeKalb attacker sends the ball along the left sideline as the Green Demons raced toward the Lisbon goal.  The Lisbon Golden Knights fended off a second-half rally by the Hermon-DeKalb Green Demons in posting a 3-2 victory in double overtime in the opening round of the Section X Class D playoffs. For the second time in the game, Courtney Green set up Madelin Caulfield to score with 4:24 left in the second extra period for the victory. Alex Amo netted the other goal for the Knights, who advance to face #2-seeded Hammond in the quarterfinals on Wednesday. Paige Whitton rallied the Green Demons with a pair of goals off direct kicks. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

HEUVELTON'S Martin NETs hat trick in win VS. COUGARS

Edwards-Knox’s Trent White (12) and Heuvelton’s Andrew Streeter (2) battle for possession of the ball near the midfield line. Heuvelton’s Mike Martin notched three second-half goals and the Bulldogs notched a 4-0 win over Edwards-Knox in the opening round of the Section X Class D playoffs. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

M-w upends st. regis falls 3-1 to advance in class d

St. Regis Falls' Jenna Susice (5) steals the ball from Madrid-Waddington’s Amelia Bailey (3) near the Yellow Jackets' goal.  Madrid-Waddington received a pair of goals from Olivia Parameter, while Hannah Marcellus chipped in a goal and an assist to lead the fifth-positioned Yellow Jackets to a 3-1 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Thu.-Fri., October 23-24, 2014

#3 gouverneur comes back to upset #2 potsdam 27-20

 Potsdam’s Chase Palmer (30) bounces to the outside while chased by Gouverneur’s Cody Orr (33) in the Class C semifinal game.  After trailing 14-0 in the second quarter, the third-seeded Gouverneur Wildcats held #2-seeded Potsdam to just one touchdown the rest of the way and scored two unanswered touchdowns in the fourth quarter to earn a 27-20 upset victory and a berth in the Section X Class C championship next week at O.F.A..(Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast 

ogdensburg downs canton, advanceS to championship

Canton’s Hunter Yerdon (1) breaks up a potential interception by Ogdensburg’s Nicholas Sweeney (7) in the second quarter.  Turnovers were rampant on both sides, but top-seeded Ogdensburg survived the battle with the fourth-seeded Canton Golden Bears in a 28-7 victory in the Section X Class C semifinals. The game was highlighted by three touchdown runs by Taylor Richardson, who piled up 212 yards rushing on the night and eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark for the season. Devils’ quarterback Joe Dalton tossed for 125 yards. Canton quarterback Jake Fenlong stacked up 181 yards through the air, including a 21-yard scoring strike to Hunter Yerdon. Ogdensburg (8-0) advances to the title game next week against Gouverneur. A very-improved Canton team checked out at 2-6 overall.  Game Gallery


Boys Football: Wildcats Upset; O.F.A. Wins; Peru Rolls
Girls Swimming: St. Lawrence, O.F.A., Massena Win
Men's Soccer: Potsdam Battles to 2-2 Tie vs. Brockport
Women's Soccer: Potsdam Blanked By Brockport 3-0
Women's Volley:Clarkson, SLU Sweep; Bears, Roos Win
Men's Hockey: S.L.U. Holds On To Win; Clarkson Ties
Women's Hockey: Clarkson Tallies 9-0 Win vs. Syracuse

dufrane and traynor tally goals to lead b-m over c-p

Colton-Pierrepont’s Morgan Doyle (2) looks to dribble around Brushton-Moira’s Madison Rowe (14).  Jenna Dufrane scored and Kenzi Traynor scored to seal 2-0 victory for the Panthers.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery