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Wednesday, December 17, 2014


Girls Basketball: South Jeff Tops Canton 57-36 Non-Lg.
Boys Hockey: Massena Downs Islanders in Crossover
Girls Hockey: Canton, Salmon Net OT Wins; Raiders Win
Boys Wrestling: Canton Slips Past Massena By A Point

canton holds on to top massena red raiders 42-41

Massena’s Nolan Terrance attempts to cradle Canton’s Chris Tompkins to score a pin. Terrance won by pin at 2:31. In the crucial final match, Canton’s Nate Moose narrowly avoided a pin late in the first period in the 182-pound class. Massena's Jaret Warringer needed a pin for a Massena win, but defeated Moose 19-10 in the bout to fall a point short in the team total.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Match Gallery

massena red raiders blank beekmantown eagles 4-0

Massena’s Abbie Paquin scores to give the Red Raiders a 2-0 lead midway through the second period.  The Raiders notched a breakthrough victory in a 4-0 surprise win over Beekmantown in an interdivisional game. After a scoreless first period in which they were outshot 15-6, the Raiders capitalized on a shorthanded goal and a power play score to emerge from the middle frame with a 2-0 lead. Maddie Mailhot setup Bailey Dillabough for a breakaway goal at 1:14. Abbie Paquin was assisted by KC Herne and Bailey Thomas on the power play at 8:53. Raechel Davis scored unassisted at 8:30 and Herne from Molley O’Connell at 9:57 of the third period to nail down the Raiders’ first-ever win over the Eagle.   Goalie Krysten Stone racked up 36 saves to earn the shutout.  (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

massena scores five goals in second to top islanders

Massena’s Zach Kozsan (19) wins the face-off against Thousand Islands Hayden Barton (19) to start the second period.  Dylan Stone led the Raiders which two goals and four assists, while Wyatt Wilmshurst scored a goal and dished out five assists. Ben Sprague fired in two goals and provided one helper. With the win, the Raiders remained unbeaten at 3-0 in Division I, while squaring their overall record at 3-3. Both Islander goals were scored by Brody Gill.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Salmon River bounces back to defeat blue devils 5-3

Ogdensburg’s Mark Morrow (4) scores the first goal of the game after the initial save by Salmon River goalie Devlin Laughing (1).  Salmon River bounced back from a 1-0 first-period deficit to beat Ogdensburg 5-3 in a Division II encounter under the Golden Dome. The Blue Devils took advantage of a power play just two minutes into the contest when Mark Morrow tucked home a rebound. However, Skylar Thomas netted two goals and chipped in an assist to guide the Shamrock comeback. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: Chateaugay Pulls Away From Tupper
Girls Basketball: Malone,Larries,Bulldogs, M-W, B-M Win
Boys Hockey:Salmon River Rallies; Malone Tops Tupper
Boys Wrestling: Gouverneur Opens Over Malone 66-24


St. Lawrence Central overturned Norwood-Norfolk’s two-point advantage early in the fourth quarter with a decisive 15-7 finish to take away a 51-45 East Division road win at Norfolk. The Larries were led by Breanna Evans with 16 points. The Flyers received 14-point performances from Breanna Deshane and Madison Seguin.


Potsdam Breanna Sapp (30) dashes past Malone’s Rinn Schanck (1) as she charges her way to the basket.  In a matchup of previous unbeatens, Malone quickly jumped to a 15-3 lead through the first quarter and 27-13 at the half, before dishing Potsdam its first loss of the season 56-31. Megan O’Connor pounded home a game-high 27 points, while Erin McDonald contributed 14 points in keeping Malone unbeaten at 4-0. Sarah Vivlamore scored nine points for Potsdam as the Sandstoners slipped to 4-1. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Monday, December 15, 2014

Cougars pounce early to defeat green demons 54-31

Hermon-DeKalb’s Zach Robinson (10) jumps to rebound the ball after a jump shot taken by Edward-Knox’s Caleb Rowe (2).  Robinson lead Hermon-DeKalb with 10 points. Jeremiah Randall drained three 3-pointers and closed out with 16 points as the Cougars dropped the Demons 54-31. E-K’s Jared Meullieur chipped in eight points, while Dan Pharoah added seven.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

south Jeff Spartans tame gouvERNEUR wildcats 97-63

Gouverneur's Mark Dunkelberg (near lane) and South Jeff's Nate Tyler swimmer battle side by side to begin the 500-Yard freestyle.  Four South Jeff swimmers captured wins in three events to anchor a 97-63 Spartans’ win at Gouverneur. Addison Roberts, Liam Mallan, Nick Snyder and Garrett Strough were all part of the winning 200-yard medley relay and 200 free relay. Roberts also won the 200 freestyle, while Mallan captured the 100 backstroke, Snyder topped the 100 free and Strough won the 100 butterfly. Gouverneur was led by Mark Dunkelburg who pulled away in the final four laps to win the 500 freestyle, while Ben Sitts won the 100 breaststroke. South Jeff improved to 3-, while Gouverneur slipped to 1-1.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

massena edges past blue devils 39-33 on cameron pin

Ogdensburg’s Tanner LaPiene looks for the reversal against Massena’s Gavin Perrine in the 132-pound class.  The Red Raiders and Blue Devils battled back and forth, but it was Massena’s Skyler Cameron earned a pin in the decisive match as the Red Raiders won 39-33. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Match Gallery

canton scores four third- period goals to win 6-3

Plattsburgh’s Amy LoTemplio (17) slaps a shot from the point, but Canton’s Paige Glasgow (5) comes up with the block.  Canton rallied for four third-period goals in defeating Plattsburgh 6-3.   Canton's Blake Orosz scored two goals, while Jenna Marcellus had a goal and an assist for the Bears.  (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: Salmon, Lisbon Win OT; Larries Win
Girls Basketball: P-H, Potsdam, H-D Stay Undefeated
Girls Hockey: Canton, Lake Placid Win; Potsdam Ties
Boys Swimming: South Jeff Outswims Gouverneur 97-63
Boys Wrestling: Massena Outlasts Ogdensburg 39-33


Antoine Domino poured in 27 points and Russ Oakes knocked down 20 more as Salmon River outlasted Canton 71-69 in overtime in a Central Division matchup at Fort Covington. Jordan Woods and Brandon Burdash pitched in eight points each for the Shamrocks. Canton’s Louden Porter countered with a game-high 29 points, while Dane Ames fired in another 28 points. The Bears rallied 20-13 in the fourth quarter to force the game into overtime.

Alex Gravlin dealt 11 points and Kobe Jordan added 10 points, including a three-pointer in overtime to carry Lisbon to a 57-55 overtime win at Hammond. The Red Devils’ Brock Tully wired a game-best 27 points.

The St. Lawrence Central Larries squandered a 15-point lead after three quarters, then had to fight for their lives in the closing seconds in staving off Norwood-Norfolk for their first win of the season, 52-49. The Flyers outscored the Larries 20-8 in the final frame. Larries’ sophomore Shiloh Winters fired up 16 points, while Nate Arquiett added 12 points in the win. Dustin Fisher led the Flyers’ comeback with 23 points.

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


Girls Basketball: P-H Wins Tourn.; St. Regis Wins Consy
Women's Hoops: Clarkson Downs Canton; Bears Fall
Boys Hockey: Canton Wins Tourn.; Salmon Wins Consy
Girls Hockey: Ties-Potsdam/Ithaca; Lake Placid/Albany
Men's Hockey: Canton Falls to Curry 5-4; S.L.U. Beaten
Women's Hockey: Potsdam Wins 3-2; Canton Bows
Boys Wrestling: Strong Field on Display in Gouverneur

panthers edge flyers 25-24 to win provost TOURNAMENT

Norwood-Norfolk’s Olivia Eng (25) attempts to dribble through the double team of Parishville-Hopkinton’s Nicole White (1) and Taylor Scovil (15).  Nicole White tallied seven points as the Panthers improved to 3-0 overall. (Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

saints three-point barrage FELLs lumberjacks 53-35

St. Regis Falls’ Brianah Work (25) knocks the ball away from Tupper Lake’s Katie Zurek (44) on an attempt to pass.  St. Regis Falls used rained down 10 three-pointers to pull away from Tupper Lake 53-35 in the consolation of the St. Regis Falls-Heather Provost Tournament and gained their first win of the season (1-4). Jenna Sucise led the scoring tilt with 20 points.  (Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


Canton posted its fourth shutout win to start the season in sweeping a second tournament in two weekends. Jake Facey rejected all 19 shots in backstopping the Golden Bears’ 1-0 win over Rye in the second round of the Canton Tournament. Mark Mahoney scored the game’s only goal with just 4:53 remaining in the game, with assists to Mike Huber and Isaac Thrasher. Nat Dean was also stellar in net with 32 saves for Rye. Canton also won the opening-round game 6-0 over Cicero-North Syracuse. Jon Stone worked the crease for a 20-save shutout. Cody Moore led the Bears with two goals and two assists, while Josh Huiatt tallied twice.

Potsdam edged Rye 3-2 in the opening round of the Canton Tournament, but then lost its first game of the season in a 5-2 final against Cicero-North Syracuse. Logan Ford, Sean O’Gorman and Max Warden score the goals for Potsdam (3-1 overall) in Friday’s win.

Chad George buried the puck with 30 seconds left in the game to lift the Shamrocks to a thrilling 3-2 win over Queensbury in the consolation game of the Salmon River Tournament. Sean David and Tyler Sisto also scored for Salmon River, while Shay Benedetto and Erik Conboy countered for Queensbury.

Canisius scored three straight goals to overtake Massena 4-2 in the championship of the Salmon River Tournament. With the Red Raiders leading 2-1, Brendan Dallas, Kurt Villani and Max Gates pumped in goals to anchor the comeback. Ian Fitzgerald netted the other goal. Massena scores came from Evan Kassian and Wyatt Wimshurst. The Raiders beat Salmon River 7-2 in the opening round. Kassian tossed the hat trick, while Wilmshurst fired two goals in the win. Salmon River’s goals were scored by Tanner and Lawrence Tarbell.

Friday, December 12, 2014

Ogdensburg, Malone, N-n Top Three in First Meet

Potsdam’s Jason Jemison takes his first attempt in the triple jump.  The Blue Devils’ Sebastian Quintilliani won the triple jump and high jump, while Nate Stowe captured the 55 hurdles and Blue Devil relay teams won the 1,600 and 800 relays. For second-place Malone, Bailey Fellion won the 300-meter dash, while teammate Josh Dora topped the shot put. Third-place Norwood-Norfolk’s Connor Fulk won the 1,600 and 1,000 meter races, while Adam Saucier won the 600 and 3,200. Gouverneur’s Brayton Dusharm won the 55-meter dash and long jump.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

St. Lawrence comes back to top suny potsdam 65-60

St. Lawrence University’s Willie Zachery (11) drives past SUNY Potsdam’s Matt Piercey (15) from Ogdensburg, NY.  St. Lawrence held off a late charge from the SUNY Potsdam men's basketball team on Friday night and went on to a 65-60 victory. Senior guard Rishawd Hendricks had a career-high 20 points to lead the Bears, while senior captain Zac Adams (Potsdam, N.Y.) finished with 17.  Sophomores Kyle Kobis and Kieran Miller each scored 15 to lead the Saints and fellow sophomore Willie Zachery chipped in 13 points. (Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Thursday, December 11, 2014

sandstoners take early lead to beat canton 71-32

Canton’s Louden Porter (12) takes three point jump shot to chip away at the Potsdam lead.  Potsdam’s DeQuan Pitts poured in 19 points, while Jack Byrnes added 12 points and Jake Mitchell chipped in 10 points as the Sandstoners stayed unbeaten (3-0) with a 71-32 win over the Bears. Mike Coupler led Canton with 13 points, while Dan Ames connected for 10 points.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

H-D Green Demons down Lafargeville Knights 43-15

Hermon-DeKalb’s Delaney Kerr (24) and LaFargeville’s Jordan Nuffer (12) take the opening tip off.  Hermon-DeKalb’s Bridget Rust held the hot hand with 23 points, along with five rebounds and nine steals in propelling the Demons to a 43-15 win over LaFargeville in a non-league contest. LaFargeville was led by Julia Desormeaux and Ali Hoover who scored six points.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: Hammond, Tupper, M-W, Massena Win
Girls Basketball: Hermon-DeKalb Downs LaFargeville
Girls Hockey: Islanders Nip Lakers in OT; Potsdam Wins


From SUNY Canton Sports Information
The Eastern College Athletic Conference announced today SUNY Canton is among eight schools forming a new NCAA Division III women’s ice hockey league called the ECAC North Atlantic Hockey League, along with Becker College, Daniel Webster College, Endicott College, Johnson & Wales University, SUNY Morrisville, Salem State University and Stevenson University as founding members.  The eight schools will play each other twice during the regular season and an ECAC North Atlantic Champion will be crowned following a post-season conference tournament.  The league was formed based on bringing together ECAC members that currently sponsor the sport of women’s ice hockey or plan to sponsor the sport next season. “It’s exciting to be a part of the new ECAC North Atlantic Hockey League,” said Director of Athletics Randy B. Sieminski. “The ECAC is renowned and respected nationwide for its excellence in promoting educational leadership and excellence in athletics. We’re proud to be among those schools creating this new conference for women’s hockey, and we can’t wait to hit the ice next season to compete for a conference championship.”

Mon.-Wed., December 8-10, 2014

massena jumps in front early to defeat canton 5-2

Canton’s Blake Orosz (16) wins the face off against Massena’s KC Herne, then looks to pass to a teammate.  Massena whisked to a 3-1 first period lead, en route to a 5-2 victory at Canton, dealing the Golden Bears their first loss in the Section X Division. The Raiders added a second period goal to open a 4-1 lead, before both teams netted a marker in the third period.(Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

morristown uses 2nd half run to defeat lisbon 46-31

Morristown’s Ryan Vollmer (5) attempts to steal the ball from Lisbon’s Tristan Vine (00).  An impressive 17-2 run in the third quarter proved to be the difference in Morristown’s 46-31 victory over Lisbon. The Rockets’ Zach Kanaly drained three 3-pointers as part of a 15-point performance.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: M-W, Tupper, P-H, Malone Win Close
Girls Basketball: P-H Panthers, M-W, Morristown Win
Girls Hockey:Massena Beats Canton; Potsdam Wins 3-2

B-M Panthers pounce early to defeat wildcats 63-32

Gouverneur’s Brendon Fenlong takes the three point shot over Brushton-Moira defender Bryan Aubrey (33).  Brushton-Moira’s Alex Burnett posted a game-best 14 points, including 10 points off turnovers for the Panthers' first win since transitioning into the Central Division this season. The Panthers scored the first ten points of the game behind a tenacious defense and converted steals. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

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


Boys Basketball: IHC, Chateaugay Local Tournaments
Girls Basketball: O.F.A. Beaten By Newark in Lone Game
Men's Basketball: S.L.U., Canton Win; Cardinals Fall OT
Women's Basketball: Clarkson, Cards Win; S.L.U. Bows
Boys Hockey: Canton Wins Tourney; Potsdam Wins 6-2
Men's Hockey:Clarkson Men Nip S.L.U.;Plattsburgh Wins
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, Plattsburgh Win; SLU Falls
Boys Swimming: Watertown Wins IR Meet; Wildcats 8th
Men's Swimming: Clarkson 5th, SLU 7th at Liberty Final
Women's Swim: SLU 5th, Clarkson 9th at Liberty Final

CLARKSON NIPs s.l.u. saints
2-1 in battle OF ECAC RIVALS

St. Lawrence University’s Nolan Gluchowski (8) stick checks Clarkson University’s Joe Zarbo in an attack in the offensive zone.  With another strong defensive effort backstopped in goal by sophomore Steve Perry, Clarkson picked up another win at Appleton Arena with a 2-1 victory to extend its ECAC unbeaten streak over the Saints to nine games (8-0-1). Perry posted 21 saves.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Wildcats place 8th overall at indian river INVITATIONAL

Gouverneur’s Matt Shippie-Monica dives into the pool to begin the 200-yard freestyle. Gouverneur’s Mark Dunkelberg placed sixth overall in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 25 seconds. The 200-yard freestyle relay team of Mark Dunkelberg, Ben Sitts, Alex Deon and Matt Shippie-Monica placed fifth overall with a time of 1:26. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

IHC wins Harrisville tip-off tournament in fourth 50-47

Harrisville’s Jared Dreythaler (2) goes for the layup on a breakaway for two points.  Harrisville carried the lead into the final seconds of the game, but Vincenzo Alteri scored on a putback and Jake Navarra connected on two free throws in the final five seconds as Immaculate Heart overcame the Pirates  50-47 in the championship of the Harrisville Tournament.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Morristown tops edwards-knox 62-40 in consolation

Edwards-Knox’s Trent White (14) leaps up for the jumpshot past Morristown defender Ryan Vollmer (5).  Vollmer netted 15 points, Jake VanArnam chipped in 13 points and Zack Kanaly scored 11 points in anchoring the victory. Edwards-Knox was led by Trent White with 11 points and Jake Fenlong with 10.  Morristown captured the lead in the second quarter and pulled away for a 47-39 win over the Cougars in the consolation of the Harrisville Tournament.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

canton downs whitesboro TO WIN POTSDAM TOURNEY

Whitesboro’s Matt Morreale (17) jets down the ice as Canton’s Cole Zeller (33) attempts to knock the puck loose.  Andrew McCormick buried two goals, Cole Moore added a goal and an assist, while Mark Mahoney scored the other goal in Canton’s 4-0 win over Whitesboro. With two shutout wins on the weekend, Canton took first-place honors in the Bill Corbett Memorial Tournament at Potsdam. The Bears beat Kenmore 6-0 in the opening round. Jon Stone worked the crease on Friday, while Jake Facey kept the net undented with 13 saves on Saturday.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

potsdam scores six goals to top kenmore west 6-2

Kenmore West’s Patrick Gourlay (3) tries to poke check the puck away from Potsdam’s Jacob Keleher (6) as he clears the puck down ice.  Potsdam netted four goals in the third period to break open a 2-1 game, en route to a 6-2 victory over Kenmore West and secure second place by the point system in the Bill Corbett Memorial Tournament. Potsdam also won 5-0 over Whitesboro in the opening round. Keenan O’Gorman ripped twine with a power-play goal at 53 seconds of the third period to boost Potsdam’s lead to 3-1. Zach McDonald led the Sandstoners with two goals and an assist. Max Warden contributed a goal and an assist. Billy Began also scored a goal for Potsdam (2-0).(Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Friday, December 5, 2014

potsdam surges in second half to beat panthers 43-32

Brushton-Moira’s Jenna Dufrane (5) drives the baseline, but faces heavy pressure from Potsdam’s Kayla Phillips (11). Sarah Vivlamore and Breanna Sapp splashed 19 points each to lead the Sandstoners past new Central Division opponent Brushton-Moira 43-32. Potsdam produced separation on the scoreboard with a 23-13 run in the middle two periods. The Panthers were led by Arielle Gary with 15 points.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: M-W Wins Tourn; Bulldogs, Malone Win
Girls Basketball:Hammond,C-P,H-D,Canton,Malone Win
Men's Basketball: S.L.U., Canton, Plattsburgh Win Tilts
Women's Basketball: Plattsburgh Wins; Potsdam Falls
Boys Hockey: Islanders, Larries, Potsdam, Canton Win
Girls Hockey: Canton Wins OT; Placid, Skaneateles Win
Men's Hockey: Potsdam, Canton, Plattsburgh Men Fall
Women's Hockey: SLU, Plattsburgh Win; Clarkson Bows
Boys Swimming: Gouverneur Wins Opener vs. So. Lewis
Men's Swim: Clarkson 4th, SLU 8th in 1st Day Lg. Final
Women's Swim: SLU 5th, Clarkson 9th 1st Day Lg. Final

Heuvelton tops N-N flyers in consolation game 57-35

Norwood-Norfolk’s Dustin Fisher (32) leaps to keep the ball in bounds but has the ball stolen away by Heuvelton’s Casey Smith (23). Heuvelton raced to a 14-1 lead in the first quarter, then held down Norwood-Norfolk 57-34 in the consolation game of the John Dineen Memorial Tournament at Madrid-Waddington. Andrew Woodard fashioned 12 points, while Andrew Streeter added 10 points for Heuvelton.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

JACKETS WIN John Dineen Tourney over tupper lake

Tupper Lake’s Roger DeLair (32) spins around Madrid-Waddington’s Aaron Armstrong (1) for the layup.  After squandering a 10-point lead in the second quarter, Madrid-Waddington broke away from a 23-23 tie at the half to beat Tupper Lake 50-25. M-W’s David Odendahl knocked down 18 points, while Michael Thew connected for 11 points and Aaron Armstrong with 10. Tupper Lake was led by Anson Gagnier with 15 points, while Roger Delair posted 10 points.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Thursday, December 4, 2014

heuvelton bulldogs top madrid-waddington 39-35

Madrid-Waddington’s Kayleigh Field (1) steps around Heuvelton’s Karina Warren (11) to attempt a lay up. The Yellow Jackets held a 20-16 advantage at the half, but the Bulldogs stormed back to pick up a 39-35 victory in the Madrid-Waddington Chamberlain tournament championship.  Paige McCormick splashed 21 points to lead the Bulldogs, while Olivia St. Pierre chipped in eight points. Madrid-Waddington was led by Jen King’s 13-point performance.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

lisbon uses hot start to down clifton-fine 56-23

Clifton-Fine’s Allison Rust (13) fires up a left-handed shot over the reach of Lisbon’s Katie Sovie (20).  Maddie Vine knocked down18 points, while Alex Amo contributed 14 points to lead the Golden Knights to the 56-23 win in the consolation of the Madrid-Waddington Tournament. The Clifton-Fine Eagles, who resurrected a squad for the 2014-15 season, were led by Maddy Lawrence with 12 points.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: C-P, H-D, E-K, Raiders, Harrisville Win
Girls Basketball: Heuvelton Wins Tourney; Lisbon Consy


The SUNY Canton women’s basketball program made over a $350 donation to the Richard E Winter Cancer Center in Ogdensburg, NY after fundraising during its recent Kevin Fee/Roos Classic.  This year marked the fourth time that the Roos hosted the tournament as a fundraiser in the memory of Kevin Fee, a longtime police officer in Ogdensburg and a huge supporter of local and youth sports. He was also an instructor in the Criminal Justice program at SUNY Canton. SUNY Canton did not charge admission for the games, but encouraged people to make donations at the door.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Ogdensburg Out-Grapples Malone 54-30 in opener

Ogdensburg’s Don Baker (blue) and Malone’s Thomas Trombley (white) lock up to begin their match.   The Blue Devils racked up nine pins in their season-opening 54-30 victory over the Huskies. Baker recorded in a pin in the 106-pound class, followed by pins from Zach Roberts at 113, Cordell David at 126 and Tanner LaPiene at 132. Also registering pins were Brody Sheppard at 138, Adam Rickett at 145, Baily Phelps at 170, Allen Smithers in the 182 weight class and Will Pearson at 285. Malone received a win by pinfall from John Mulverhill in the 160-pound class.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk starts season strong vs. o.f.a. 5-1

Ogdensburg’s Burke Comeau (2) steals the puck away from Norwood-Norfolk’s Issac Barkley (16) in front of the Blue Devil goal.  Norwood-Norfolk’s Shane Cryderman delivered two goals in the second period to break a 1-1 tie and lift the Icemen to a 5-1 win at Ogdensburg in the season opener for both teams. Austin Cousineau put the Icemen on the scoreboard with a first period goal, which was later countered by O.F.A.’s Jackson Troiano. Norwood-Norfolk’s Ty Cotter and Cody Munson slammed third-period insurance goals.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

huskies pull past wildcats in season opener 70-44  

Gouverneur’s Daniel Sweet (5) leaps to make the layup early in the first quarter. After a tight game early, the Malone Huskies engaged in a 25-7 run to create separation with the Wildcats, en route to a 70-44 Central Division victory in the opener for both teams. Camron Gallagher led the Huskies with 14 points.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: M-W, Tupper Lake, Malone, Canton Win
Girls Basketball: Tupper, Brushton-Moira Win Non-Lg.
Men's Basketball:Clarkson,Plattsburgh Win Non-League
Women's Basketball:Clarkson,St. Lawrence Win Non-Lg
Boys Hockey: Malone Nips Plattsburgh 3-2 Non League

plattsburgh men surge in 2nd half to beat s.l.u.

St. Lawrence University’s Kyle Kobis (10) looks for an open man around SUNY Plattsburgh’s Jordan Moody (23).  SUNY Plattsburgh carried a slim 33-25 lead into halftime. The Cardinals surged in the second half to capture the win over the Saints 71-49.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

St. lawrence coasts to win over plattsburgh 90-64

St. Lawrence University’s Kara McDuffee (3) draws the foul from SUNY Plattsburgh’s Jax Miller (33) and finishes the lay up. The Saints carried a 45-34 lead into halftime. SLU coasted to a 90-64 victory over the Cardinals. Kara McDuffee finished with 21 points and also surpassed the 1,000 point plateau for her career. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Monday, December 1, 2014

FARR puts up 19 to lift colts over red devils 42-37

Hammond’s Payton Frasina (5) cuts past Colton-Pierrepont’s John Angleberger (22) to charge toward the basket.  Colton-Pierrepont outdueled Hammond in the second half to grab the non-league win in a seesaw struggle 42-37. Zach Farr netted 19 points and ripped down19 rebounds to power the Colts to a non-league win. The Colts outscored the Devils 12-5 in the final frame. Riley Doyle added 13 points for the Colts. Zech Cunningham popped in 12 points and Peyton Frisina chipped in 10 for Hammond.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

alexandria bay jumps in front early to top flyers

Norwood-Norfolk’s Brianna DeShane (3) dribbles along the sideline, but is blocked by Alexandria Bay’s Caitlyn Burrows (15).  Hannah Lynch poured in 24 points, including four three-balls to guide the Ghosts to a 56-21 non-league, season-opening win at Norwood-Norfolk. Morgan Weaver chipped in 19 points and Emma Kearns contributed 11 points. The Flyers were led by Madison Sequin with nine points.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: Colts Win Seesaw Battle vs. Hammond
Girls Basketball: M-W, Heuvelton Win Tournament Semi
Girls Hockey: Canton, Lake Placid Win; Salmon Falls

canton golden bears top larries 11-0 for first win

St. Lawrence Central’s Paige Debeer (15) jets down the center of the ice while being chased by Canton’s Blake Orosz. Orosz led Canton with five goals and two assists in an 11-0 win over the Larries. Natalie Giglio registered two goals and three assists, while Paige Glasgow netted two goals and chipped in an assist. Elizabeth Collins offered up four helpers. Elizabeth Burke collected all seven shots she faced in the shutout. Holly Zeldenrust gathered 21 saves and Eliza Sullivan added 6 saves for the Larries. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery