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Friday, March 16, 2018


Harrisville's Peyton Schmitt (24) break through two East Central defenders to score the layup, cutting into the Panthers' lead midway through the first half.  Schmitt led the Pirates with 18 points.  A quick 10-0 scoring surge in the first quarter by East Central brought them to a 50-23 lead at halftime.  The Panthers advance into the NYSHSAA Class D Championship defeating Harrisville, ending the Pirates' season at 21-3.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery soon


Boys Basketball: Harrisville Beaten BY East in NY Semis
Men's Hockey: Clarkson Stages Comeback in Semifinal
Women's Hockey: Clarkson Wins, Plattsburgh Falls OT
Men's Baseball:Clarkson Splits; Canton,Plattsburgh Fall
Women's Softball: Plattsburgh Splits 9-1 Loss, 10-2 Win


 The Clarkson University Lady Knights beat Ohio Sate 1-0 in overtime in the NCAA Division I National semifinals. 


Clarkson's Josh Dickinson (21) slides along the goal line and tries to slip the puck (at the post) between the post and Harvard goalkeeper Merrick Madsen (31).  Down 4-1 to just seconds into the third period, Clarkson went on its most stunning scoring spree in recent history -- three goals in less than four minutes to tie 4-4 and force overtime.  Sheldon Rempal scored the game winner as Clarkson stunned Harvard in a 5-4 win in the ECAC semifinals.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery posted soon

Sat.-Sun., March 10-11, 2017


Boys Basketball: Harrisville Advances; Canton, SLC Fall
Girls Basketball: Edwards-Knox Advances; M-W  Beaten
Boys Hockey:Victor Rally Sinks Massena in NY Semifinal
Men's Hockey: Clarkson Ties Series W/Colgate; 3-0 Win
Women's Hockey: Clarkson's OT Win Returns to Final 4
Men's Baseball: Plattsburgh Wins; SUNY Canton Bows
Women's Softball: Plattsburgh Sweeps; Potsdam Splits
Men's Lacrosse: St. Lawrence, Potsdam, Canton Win
Women's Lacrosse: Clarkson, SUNY Potsdam Win

Cambridge advances to final four by defeating M-W

Madrid-Waddington’s Danielle Hough (1) fires a three pointer over Cambridge’s Gracie Snyder (12) in the Yellow Jackets comeback effort. Cambridge came into the game with only one loss on the season, and were able to highlight their offensive attack throughout the game. The Indians took down the Yellow jackets 60-36, earning their spot in the Final Four. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

clarkson wins 2-1 in ot to advance to ncaa frozen 4

Clarkson’s Michaela Pejzlova (7) blasts a wrist shot past Mercyhurst goalie Kennedy Blair (29) to score the game tying goal in midway through the third period 1-1. The Golden Knights and the Lakers battled to a 1-1 tie to end regulation. Clarkson’s Elizabeth Giguere scored the game winning goal late in the first overtime period sending the Golden Knights back into the NCAA Frozen Four with the 2-1 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Lake George DUNKs S.L.C.S. to advance to final four

Lake George’s Mason Flatley (21) slams it down for the break away dunk over St. Lawrence Central’s Matt Burg (10). Lake George came into the game with a perfect record and ranked #1 in the state, after a slow start the Warriors came alive. Chris Becker led with 18 pts and 11 rebounds. Mason Flatley with 13, Caleb Scribe with 10 and Alex Jones 9. St. Lawrence Central stayed competitive for much of the game, when the final buzzer rang, the undefeated streak held true. Lake George advances to the Final Four with a 62-42 victory over the Larries. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson jumps ahead in third PERIOD for a 3-0 win

Clarkson’s Devin Brosseau (14) lasers the puck in the back of the net of Clarkson’s second goal of the game.  The Golden Knights go on to win 3-0 and tie the ECAC quarterfinal series. (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

massena closes out season in 4-2 loss to victor

A Victor forward blasts a shot on Massena goalie Nathan Moffitt (1) who made the save to keep the Red Raiders up 2-0 near the end of the second period. Victor scored four unanswered goals in the third period to capture the 4-2 victory to close out the Raiders season. (Photo courtesy  Tim Hayes)



Friday, March 9, 2018


Clarkson’s Sheldon Rempal slaps a shot-on-goal covered by Colgate’s goaltender.  Clarkson would slip to Colgate 2-1 in Game 1 of the Best of 3 ECAC quarterfinal series. Clarkson's lone goal was scored by  Marly Quince in the third period, but could not find the equalizer while outshooting Colgate 14-1 in the third frame. (Same Wangerin photo) Game Gallery


To our valued North Country SportsNet readers:
We just received word from Exposure Manager, the photo-ordering system for all of our photos for the past 12 years that they are officially going out of business on March 15th, leaving us very little time to come up with an alternative solution to the photo portion of our operations. It appears that on March 15th, the sales website will disappear for all photos we have posted going back 12 years, including recent ones. We will be contracting with a new photo operation soon and will be restoring many of the recent galleries from the current school year, as time permits. Therefore, after March 15th, many of the links on our current web pages will no longer be valid until we get a chance to update them. However, restoring 12 years of photos to the internet would be a monumental task that would take months, if not several years. We still have the library of photos in our office, if you wish to contact us about past photos that you would still like to obtain. We suggest that if you have photos you have not ordered and still wish to place an order, please do so as soon as possible so that we might get them processed before the Exposure Manager website goes dark on us. We apologize for the inconvenience. We hope to have the new photo operation ready shortly.


Men's Hockey: Colgate Nips Clarkson 2-1 in Game 1 of 3
Men's Baseball: Canton Falls to So. Virginia in Walkoff
Women's Softball: Potsdam Opens Season With Split


March 9: Host Southern Virginia University scored five runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to overcome a 9-5 deficit earning a 10-9 victory vs. the SUNY Canton baseball team on Friday.   The Knights (7-7) plated a pair of runs in the bottom of the first on an RBI single and RBI double. The Roos (0-4) responded with one run each in the second and third innings on a Joseph Dwy sacrifice fly and a Collin Lynk RBI ground out.   Canton added a pair of runs in the fourth on a Brian Santana 2 RBI double to left field. The Roos saw the hot bats continue as Brandon Bautista singled home Brett Hoberman in the fifth and Travis Schindler and Wilson Matos produced an RBI double and triple, respectively, in the sixth. Bautista hit the Roos first round tripper of the season with a solo shot to center in the seventh and Lynk plated Schindler on a sacrifice fly in the eighth.   The Knights brought two runners across in the eighth and five in the ninth to win.  The teams will rematch on Saturday at 10:30 a.m.

Tues.-Thu., March 6-8, 2018


Clarkson attacker Mathew Milne (15) breaks through SUNY Plattsburgh defenders Tyler Copius (19) and James Sherwood (23) and fires a shot on the Cardinals goal midway through the first quarter. The Golden Knights jumped to a quick 3-0 lead over SUNY Plattsburgh however, the Cardinals battled back to a 4-4 tie at halftime. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Red rams pull away in 2nd half to beat massena 64-29

Jamesville-DeWitt’s Gabby Stickle (11) hits the layup off the steal for two points as the Red Rams broke away from a 7-6 lead in the first quarter.  The Rams would go on the beat Massena 64-29 in the New York State Class A opening round.   (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN tuesday-THurSDAY Headlines

Boys Basketball: Malone Season Ends in NY Regional
Girls Basketball: Massena, Canton Battle Ends in States
Men's Lacrosse: Clarkson Outlasts Plattsburgh in 2OT


Malone’s Cole Fountain (11) leaps over Utica-Notre Dame defender Isaiah Warmack (10) to score the jumper from the free-throw line cutting into the Jugglers lead midway through the first quarter.  After a strong 33-9 start to end the first quarter, Utica-Notre Dame advanced into the NYSPHSAA Class A quarterfinals defeating the Malone Huskies 85-49.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Sat.-Sun., March 3-4, 2018

Clarkson captures 2nd straight ecac championship

 The Clarkson University Golden Knights celebrate winning the ECAC Hockey Championship for the second year in a row. The Golden Knights defeated Colgate in a 3-0 shutout for the victory. Clarkson now advances into the NCAA Division I Tournament where they will look to defend their National Championship. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

clarkson advances past colegate in 3-2 victory

Clarkson's Katelyn Fournier (24) blasts a shot on the Colgate goal, However, The shot was blocked by the Colgate goalie to keep the game scoreless early in the first period.  Clarkson netted two goals in the second period and added another for insurance in the third, while Shea Tilley closed the "Gate" in the Knights' net.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Saturday, March 3, 2018

Clarkson outlasts S.L.U in 4-2 ECAC semifinal victory

 Clarkson’s Amanda Titus (15) and Rhyen McGill (25) have a two-on-one opportunity against St. Lawrence University’s goalie Sonja Shelly (31) during the first period. However, Clarkson failed to capitalize on this opportunity, as the shot by Titus was well defended by Shelly.  McGill scored opening the first period 1-0.  Clarkson’s Michaela Pejzlova scored twice in addition to the McGill goal with an open net goal by Loren Gable, as Clarkson went on to win 4-2 in the ECAC semifinals.  (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

strong third period lifts auburn past ogdensburg

Ogdensburg forward Isaac Testani (8) scores first goal of the game past the Auburn goalie midway through the first period to take a 1-0 lead. The Blue Devils and the Maroons ended the first period locked in a 1-1 tie. The two teams battles to a 2-2 tie to end the second period.  In the third,  The Maroons scored took a 3-2 lead before putting the game away with two empty-netters in the final minute to capture the 5-2 victory in the New York State Division II quarterfinals to end the Ogdensburg Blue Devils season. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Thursday-Friday, March 1-2, 2018

E-K outlasts canton 58-57 in double overtime for title

Edwards-Knox's Koryn Rowe (4) brings the ball up the court for the Cougars during overtime against the Canton Bears. After regulation, the game was tied 49-49 and after the first overtime period, the game remained even 53-53.  Rowe was able to sink a shot from the left elbow which put the Cougars up by one with five seconds to go and then stole the ball to run out the clock and seal the first-ever Section X Championship for the Edwards-Knox Cougars in their history. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

canton edges Harrisville in the foUrth quarter 66-59

The Canton Golden Bears celebrate with the Section X championship trophy, after holding off the Harrisville Pirates down the stretch in a 66-59 victory in the overall final game. Canton’s Declan Porter(3) led all scorers with 27 points, followed by Andy Downs (11) with 18 in a seesaw game that saw Canton pull away in the final two minutes. (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Wednesday, February 28, 2018


Girls Basketball: Canton, Edwards-Knox Win Semifinals
Men's Lacrosse: Plattsburgh Wins, Canton Defeated

heuvelton'S alex steele wins 2018 jan reetZ award

Heuvelton's Alex Steele was honored with presentation of the 2017-2018 Jan Reetz Award, recognizing Section X basketball players for their playing abilities, academics, leadership and sportsmanship. Other nominees for the award this year were Gouverneur's Elaina Porter, Hammond's Alyson Crosbie and Brushton-Moira's Alexis Poirier.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Awards Gallery

canton surges in second half to win 52-43 over m-w

Canton's Katelyn Flannigan (11) leaps over Madrid-Waddington defenders Danielle Hough (1) and Kelsie Tiernan (11) to score the three-pointer to extend the Golden Bears' lead to ten points late in the first quarter. The Bears advanced into the Section X Overall Championship by defeating the Yellowjackets 52-43. Canton will face Edwards-Knox for the overall final.  Canton's Meredith Drury and Katelyn Flannigan each downed 14 points(Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


Edwards-Knox’s Carly Frary (22) hits the jumper for two points in a tight first quarter. Edwards-Knox would pull ahead 32-24 at the half, but outscore Massena 28-7 in a decisive third quarter in the beating the Red Raiders 74-43 in the Section X overall semifinals at SUNY Potsdam.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Tuesday, February 27, 2018


Harrisville’s Trenton Sullivan (14) hits the three to thrust the Pirates back into the lead in the first quarter in the Section X overall semifinal.  Malone pushed ahead by five points, before setting for a 15-13 lead at the quarter.  Harrisville's offense kicked in with a 26-18 second quarter run, en route to an 80-64 win over the Huskies.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


Canton's Cody Sipher (15) leaps past St. Lawrence Central defenders Cash Feeley (00) and Ethan LaRock (5) to score off the scoop shot to extend the Bears' lead in the first quarter.  The Golden Bears pulled away in the second half to win 55-33 and advance to the Section X Overall title game vs. the Harrisville Pirates.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery - Section X Awards Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


Boys Basketball: Canton, Harrisville Advance to X Final


Canton's Declan Porter was honored with the 2018 Joe Jukoski Award. Other athletes nominated were Salmon River's Ben Kelly, Harrisville's Trenton Sullivan and OFA's Cale Sargent.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Awards Gallery

Monday, February 26, 2018


Broadie Woods raises Ogdensburg’s first Section X Division II trophy since 1997, in a game that was decided in an overtime thriller 4-3. After just a minute into OT, Zach Thomas scored to lift the Blue Devils to their their Section X Class II title in 21 years. (Troy O’Brien photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


The Massena Red Radiers take home their seventh straight Section X Division I championship. After an early 1-1 tie, Massena gained a 2-1 lead through the first period, opened a 5-1 lead through two periods.  The Red Raiders defeated Canton 6-1 for the 2018 title, their seventh straight crown.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Saturday, February 24-25, 2018


Boys Basketball: Harrisville Repeats, Beating MW 76-52
Girls Basketball: Edwards-Knox Wins First-Ever Title
Women's Basketball: SUNY Canton Falls in Semifinal
Men's Hockey: Clarkson Finishes 3rd; S.L.U. Falls 4-3
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, SLU, Plattsburgh, Roos Win
Men's Swimming: Clarkson 5th, SLU & Potsdam 9th
Women's Swimming: SLU 5th, Potsdam, Clarkson Last
Cheerleading: Malone, Ogdensburg, Lisbon Win Titles

Lisbon wins back-to-back section x championships

The Lisbon Golden Knights cheerleading squad celebrate winning the Section X Small School Division Championship by earning 79.9 points for their routine. In winning back-to-back titles, the Knights were closely followed by the Heuvelton Bulldogs in second with 76.2 points. The Edwards-Knox Cougars placed third racking up 68.6 points.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Small School Gallery - Cheerleading Page

 ogdensburg wins large school division; c-f in 2nd

The Ogdensburg Blue Devils celebrate with their Section X Championship banner after winning the Co-Ed Division with 63.9 points.  They were closely followed by the Clifton-Fine Eagles cheer squad with 57.5 points in the competition. Massena finished in their place with 56.5.  The Blue Devils now advance into the NYSPHSAA Championship competition.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Co-Ed & Large School Division Gallery - Awards Gallery - Cheerleading Page

malone CHEER advanceS to nysphsaa competition

The Malone Huskies cheerleading squad advances into the NYSPHSAA Championship Competition winning the Large School Division earning 58.45 points in the Section X Championship Competition.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Co-Ed & Large School Division - Cheerleading Page

Harrisville jumps past Madrid-Waddington 76-52

The top-seeded Harrisville Pirates took quick first-quarter command with a balanced attack of 15 points or more from four different players in rolling past the Madrid-Waddington Yellow Jackets 76-52 for their second straight Section X Class D championship.  A fast 26-9 first quarter set the pace for the win.  The Pirates' Ryan Weaver led all scorers with 19 points.  (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery


Edwards-Knox girls won their first-ever Section X Class D basketball championship title in a thrilling seesaw battle over the Hammond Red Devils.  The Cougars scored the final eight points of the game to pull out a 45-39 win and will advance to state play.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Friday, February 23, 2018


Boys Basketball: Larries Defeat B-M In Class C Finale
Girls Basketball: M-W Jackets Down Larries in "C" Finale
Men's Hockey: Clarkson Ties 3-3; St. Lawrence Slips 3-2
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, SLU Win Playoff Openers

gabel scores fastest hat trick as Clarkson wins 3-1

Clarkson's Loren Gabel (19) found the back of the net three times during the first five minutes of play, resulting in a Clarkson's shortest-ever hat trick. Clarkson went on to crush Yale 10-1 in the first game in the Best of 3 quarterfinal round. (Troy O'Brien photo) Game Gallery

S.L.U strikes first and holds OFF quinnipiac 3-1

St. Lawrence University’s Hannah Miller (10) sets up for a shot on Quinnipiac's Abbie Ives, but was unable to find the back of the net . Skyler Podvey, Justine Reyes and Kayla Nielson scored goals for SLU in a 3-1 win in the first game of the Best of 3 quarterfinals. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery


 Once again the Clarkson University Hockey team played well enough to win, but could not come up with the deciding goal and had to settle for a 3-3 tie with visiting Princeton at Cheel Arena on Friday night.   Winless in its last eight games (0-4-4), the 9th/10th-ranked Golden Knights stand at 19-8-6 overall and remain in third place in the ECAC Hockey standings with an 11-5-5 league mark. With one game remaining in the regular season, Clarkson is two points ahead of fourth-place Harvard. The Green and Gold, who host Quinnipiac on Senior Night tomorrow, will be striving for their first win since January 26.   Clarkson outshot Princeton (12-12-4, 9-10-2) 40-27. The Knights, with the top-rated power play in the nation, went 1-of-5 on the man-advantage and killed off five of the Tigers' six opportunities. Postgame audio Head Coach Casey Jones   Princeton got on the scoreboard first, connecting on its second power play of the night with the Tigers' leading goal scorer Ryan Kuffner stuffing in his own rebound at the side of the net at 9:23.   More Clarkson Hockey

Two third period goals from visiting Quinnipiac, including one with 1:24 remaining, helped the Bobcats to edge the St. Lawrence men's hockey team 3-2 on Friday night in Appleton Arena.   Michael Laidley and Ryan Garvey led St. Lawrence with a goal each against the Bobcats, while netminder Arthur Brey made 32 saves between the pipes. Jake Stevens finished the night with a pair of assists and senior Ryan Lough finished with a team-high four shots on goal.   After Nick Jermain gave Quinnipiac the lead just 2:19 into the game, the Saints upped the intensity and put consistent pressure on the Bobcats in the first period. Finally, at the 16:57 mark, an Appleton bounce helped get them on the board.   With the Saints in transition, Jake Stevens sent a hard dump into the Quinnipiac zone that hit the dasher on the end boards, to the right of Shortridge in net and skipped back off the near post and into Laidley's skates as he crashed through the slot. The Little Current, Ontario native got the puck to his stick and backhanded a shot behind Shortridge to tie the game at 1-1 with his second of the year.   Early in the second period, Garvey notched his second of the year as well when he buried a rebound from the hashmarks at 5:13 to give St. Lawrence a 2-1 lead. Stevens and Mike Marnell assisted on the play, with Marnell moving into a tie with Jacob Pritchard with a team-best 19 points on the year.

Madrid-Waddington WINS CLASS C TITLE 46-23 over slc

Madrid-Waddington broke away from an early seesaw battle with solid defense against St. Lawrence Central to take home the girls Class C championship.  TheYellow Jackets turned a 8-7 deficit into a large 30-9 halftime lead. While Madrid-Waddington was then held to just three points in the third quarter, the Larries were unable to capitalize, scoring just six points.  The Jackets went on to win 46-23 over St. Lawrence Central to claim the 2017-18 Section X Class C Championship.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Larries down panthers for section x class c crown

St. Lawrence Central Larries were crowned Section X Class C Champions in their 52-43 win over the Brushton-Moira Panthers. Both teams got out to a hot start, with eight lead changes just in the first quarter.  At the end of half, Cash Feely led all scorers with eight points. During the second half, the Larries began distanced themselves from the Panthers. After rallying and closing to within six, St. Lawrence Central regained a 14-lead and went on to the win.  Feely led the Larries with 13 points, while Matt Burg contributed 11 and Toby Reome and Kolby Perkins each netted 10.  For Brushton-Moira, Logan Bassett led the way with 10 points.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Thursday, February 22, 2018


The Canton Golden Bears celebrate with their championship banner and trophy after capturing the Section X Class B Championship by defeating Ogdensburg in a thrilling 56-55 victory.  After the Bears' most of the second half, Cody Sipher hit the game-winning low-post jumper on an inbound play with just 4.3 seconds remaining, then Cale Sargent launched a desperation 25-footer at the buzzer that hit the front of the rim.  Canton now advances into the Section X overall semifinals and the NYSPHSAA Class B tournament.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Ogdensburg’s Cale Sargent (32) leaps up around Canton defenders Cody Sipher (15) and Brandon Lorenc (12) to score and extend the Blue Devil lead to seven points midway through the first quarter. Canton’s Declan Porter led all scoring with 20 points, followed by teammate Cody Sipher with 15 points. For the Blue Devils, Mecci Johnson downed 15 points, followed by MeSean Johnson with 14 points.  Ogdensburg closed its season at 17-5 overall.


Boys Basketball: Canton Edges OFA 56-55 For "B" Title
Girls Basketball: Canton Surges To Beat Wildcats 55-43
Boys Hockey: St. Lawrence, O.F.A. Win D2 Semifinals

Canton pulls AWAY IN 2ND HALF TO WIN CLASS "C" 55-43

The Canton Lady Bears pulled away from a slim 24-21 lead at the half behind the three-point shooting of Meredith Drury to blow open a 19-point lead midway through the fourth quarter.  Drury finished with 15 points, all from beyond the arc, to lead the Bears to a 55-43 win over Gouverneur in the Section X Class B championship at SUNY Potsdam.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


St. Lawrence Central’s Carter Rose (9) flicks a wrist shot right into the glove of Islanders' goalie. The Larries held the Islanders scoreless at 2-0 heading into the third period, before allowing a goal with ten minutes remaining.  In the final two minutes, Thousand Islands pulled their goalie, resulting in a Larries open net goal.  St. Lawrence claims a 3-1 victory on their home ice and will take on Ogdensburg on Monday for the Division II Championship. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

O.F.A. stuns Salmon river 5-2 in winning div. ii semifinal

Salmon River’s Dillon St Ann-Spinner (16) tries to stick the puck toward an opening to the right of Ogdensburg goalie Jacob Ball (30).  Ball made the save.  Ball had an impressive outing, holding the Shamrocks scoreless till the third period. Isaac Testani netted two goals, while teammate Jackson Troiano found the back of the net during the third period. Ogdensburg went on to win the game 5-2 in the Section X Division II semifinals.  (Troy O’Brien photo)  Game Gallery

Wednesday, February 21, 2018


Girls Basketball: E-K Ends Bulldogs Run; Hamm. Wins
Boys Hockey: Canton Eliminates Potsdam in Semifinal
Men's Hockey: Potsdam & Plattsburgh Fall in Q-Finals

Edwards-Knox holds on to DEFEAT Heuvelton 38-34

Edwards-Knox’s Carly Frary (22) banks two points in the first quarter in a close battle with the Heuvelton Bulldogs. The Cougars held off Heuvelton's late rally to win 38-34 in the girls Class D semifinal . (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery


Hammond’s Kelsey Bennett (13) leaps over Colton-Pierrepont defender Kaitlynn Long (15) to score the short jump shot to extend the Red Devils' lead to three points over the Colts to end the first quarter. Hammond pulled away from Colton-Pierrepont in the second and third quarters to capture the 55-31 victory to advance into the Section X Class D Championship game on Saturday when they will take on the Edwards-Knox Cougars. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

strong second period lifts canton past potsdam 5-1

Canton’s Easton Butterfield (4) blasts a shot on Potsdam goalie Lliam Hourihan (40) from the top of the crease,  However, the shot was blocked by Hourihan to keep the game scoreless midway through the first period. Potsdam and Canton battled to a 1-1 tie at the end of the first period , However, the Golden Bears scored two goals in both the second and third periods to capture the 5-1 victory and advance into the Section X Division I Championship where they will take on the Massena Red Raiders.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Tuesday, February 20, 2018


Boys Basketball: M-W Jackets, Harrisville Head to Finale
Women's Basketball: SLU Bows To Vassar in Q-final
Boys Hockey: Islanders, Ogdensburg Win Quarterfinal

vassar outlasts s.l.u. in liberty league first Round

Nicole Teta landed a shot from the arc with 1:35 to play and Sophie Nick went 4-for-4 from the free-throw line to secure a 53-48 won over the St. Lawrence University women's basketball team in a Liberty League first-round playoff game in Burkman Gymnasium on Tuesday evening. Senior Cara Waterson and junior Meghan Hynes led the Scarlet and Brown with 12 points each, shooting 5-for-10 and 5-for 11, respectively. The two combined for seven rebounds, while first-year Katie Frederick posted a team-high 14 rebounds. Frederick, Kaelyn Kohlasch and Katie Gallagher each tallied six points for the Saints. An even match from start, both teams were knotted at four just two and a half minutes into the first frame. Nick made a quick jump shot to give Vassar a 10-6 lead with about three minutes to play. Waterson rolled three straight layups to give the Saints a two-point lead and Ariella Rosenthal responded to tie the game at 12 after the first ten minutes of play.   The Brewers used the second quarter to their advantage outscoring the Saints 24-12. Isa Peczuh netted a 3-pointer and layup improving Vassar's lead to 23-18 midway through the frame. Peczuh extended the Brewers' lead to 11 twice, the second with a jump shot with 2:03 to play and Vassar managed a 36-24 lead at halftime. St. Lawrence rallied after the break, Kohlasch netted a 3-pointer with just over three minutes remaining to cut Vassar's lead to five. The Saints outshot the Brewers 11-4 in the third. Kohlasch drained another shot from the arc putting the Saints up by two with 5:26 to play and giving them their first lead of the game since the first quarter. Maeve Sussman knotted the game on a jump shot just over a minute and a half later, and Rosenthal tied the game once more before Teta's 3-pointer at 1:35. Hynes pushed the ball out of the hands of Teta to record the steal and the layup closing the gap to 49-48 in favor of the Brewers. Nick put the game away for Vassar at the free-throw line. "It was a fun game tonight," said head coach Dan Roiger. "Playoff games come down to usually one or two possessions and this was a one possession game, they made a triple when it mattered and we responded with a bucket, but were one point short going into the final minute."  The Saints finished the 2017-18 season 17-9 overall.


SEMIFINAL: m-w JACKETS OUTDUEL chateaugay 60-49

Madrid-Waddington’s Braydon Bush (33) extends his shot around Chateaugay defender Chandler LaPlante (2) to score off the layup, giving the Yellow Jackets a four-point lead in the first quarter. Leading by just three points in the fourth quarter, M-W generated a 10-4 surge down the stretch to capture a 60-49 victory to advance into the Section X Class D Championship against top-seeded Harrisville on Saturday at SUNY Potsdam. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Harrisville pulls AWAY in 2ND QTR. TO BEAT H-D 70-42

Harrisville’s Trenton Sullivan (14) pulls up just inside of the arc for two points.  After leading 14-11 after the first quarter, the Pirates shut down the Demon offense and pulled away to beat Hermon-DeKalb 70-42 in the boys Class D semifinals.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

barr scores 100th goal; o.f.a. wins over malone 5-1

Ogdensburg forward Jared Barr (7) battles his way past Malone defender Jordan St. Hilare (20) and charges toward the Huskies' goal.  Barr scored three goals, including his varsity-career 100th goal, leading the Blue Devils past the Huskies 5-1 in the Section X Division II semifinals. Ogdensburg now advances to face Salmon River in the semifinal round.  (NCSN file photo)  Game Gallery

ISLANDERS advance in 4-3 comeback win OVER ICEMEN

A Thousand Islands forward tries to poke the puck free from Norwood-Norfolk goalie Stephen Wagstaff (1).  However, Wagstaff blocked and covered up the shot to keep the game scoreless in the first period.  Ty Cotter netted the hat trick for the Icemen, However, the Islanders captured the 4-3 victory surging in the third period. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Monday, February 19, 2018

malone claims class a title over massena in 58-53 win

The Malone Huskies celebrate with their championship trophy and banner after winning the Section X Class A Championship game by defeating the Massena Red Raiders 58-53. The Huskies were led in scoring by Cole Fountain who downed 19 points, while teammate Hunter Ansari drained 14 points. The Huskies advance to the overall Section X semifinals and the NYSPHSAA Class A Tournament in March. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Carroll drops IN 17 during raiders' 47-44 Class A WIN

MaMassena’s Sydnee Carroll (12) capitalizes on the fast break by scoring an uncontested layup during fourth-quarter action. Carroll led the Red Raiders with 17 points, while teammates Paige Perry and Bailey Trumble put up seven and five points respectively. The Huskies' Haley Raville led all scorers with 18 points, while Leah Gallagher and Madison Ansari each put up nine. The Red Raiders held off the Huskies late-game rally to claim the Section X Class A Championship 47-44. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Sunday, February 18, 2018

colton-pierrepont pulls out 46-38 win vs. harrisville

Colton-Pierrepont’s Schyler Chamberlain (14) wraps around Harrisville defender Hannah LaPlantey (2) to down the basket. The Colts pulled away with an 11-0 run in the fourth quarter to capture the 46-38 victory in the Section X Class D quarterfinals.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Hammond advances past hermon-dekalb in 67-31 win

Hammond’s Kelsey Bennett (13) breaks around Hermon-DeKalb defender Brooke Reed (13) to score the quick layup to extend the Red Devils' lead to 20-7 near the end of the first quarter. Hammond pulled awayfor a 67-31 victory in the Class D quarterfinals.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN Sunday HeadlineS

Girls Basketball: Colts, Hammond, Heuvelton, E-K Win

Mccormick nets 27 during 64-43 heuvelton victory

Heuvelton’s Madison McCormick (24) elevates above three Chateaugay defenders during the Section X Class D quarter-finals, as #4-seeded Heuvelton took down fifth-seeded Chateaugay 64-35.  McCormick led all scorers with 27 points, while teammate Alex Steele netted 14 points.  Chateaugay was led by Morgan Thomas with 16 points and Jaelyn Martin with 12.  Heuvelton moves on to the Class D semifinals against Edwards-Knox. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

Edwards-Knox cruises past lisbon in quarterfinals

Edwards-Knox's Koryn Rowe sinks a three-pointer from isolation during quarterfinal action as the #9-seeded Lisbon Knights took on the top-seeded Edwards-Knox Cougars. Carly Frary scored a game-best 14 points, while Abby Hart and Koryn Rowe netted 13 points apiece. For Lisbon, Alexa McKee led the way with 12 points while Riley Green had nine.  The Cougars won 65-26, and advance to face Heuvelton in the semifinals. (O'Brien photo) Game Gallery


Saturday, February 17, 2018

H-D's Alex denesha NETS 38 in 52-49 comeback O.T. WIN

Hermon-DeKalb’s Alex Denesha (12) puts up two points off the glass. Denesha would be the Demons' solo scorer of the first half with 17 points and a game total of 38.  H-D rallied in the fourth quarter to erase an eight-point deficit, force overtime and take a 52-49 comeback victory over Heuvelton in the Class D quarterfinal. (Wangerin photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

TOP-SEED Harrisville takes QUARTERFINAL: 85-52 VS. e-k  

Harrisville’s Peyton Schmitt (24) pulls up for two points in the first quarter. Harrisville defeated Edwards-Knox 85-52 in the boys Section X Class D quarterfinals held at Potsdam. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


Boys Hoops: H-D Wins in OT; Jackets, Pirates, Chat. Win
Men's Basketball: Plattsburgh, Clarkson Win; Bears Fall
Women's Basketball: Canton, Clarkson Win; SLU Falls
Boys Hockey: Northeastern Clinton Rocks Icemen 10-2
Men's Hockey: Cardinals Win; Clarkson, SLU, Bears Fall
Women's Hockey: Canton Rallies; Clarkson, S.L.U. Win


In a history of great teams with Section X titles and a state championship in 2007, this past week Chateaugay's Chandler LaPlante became the Bulldogs' all-time leading boys scorer.  Chandler needed 34 points to tie the old mark of 1,219 set by Stewart Swanston in 1975-1978, at the beginning of Section X.  He scored 35 in the Bulldogs win over Tupper Lake, to reach 1,220.  He is just the ninth boy in Bulldog history to reach 1,000 points, passing that plateau earlier this season.  Chandler is flanked by coaches Mike Martin and Jason LaPlante (Photo provided)

Madrid-Waddington'S QUICK START SINKS ST. REGIS 70-46

Madrid-Waddington’s Jacob Rice nails the fade-away jumper for two points late in the third quarter.  Madrid-Waddington rolled out to a 20-7 first quarter lead and never let up in beating St. Regis Falls 70-46 in the boys Section X Class D quarterfinals.(Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery


Chateaugay's Chandler LaPlante (2) swings around the rim for the two-point hook shot.  After Lisbon edged out to a 7-6 lead, the Bulldogs reeled off 20 straight points to take the lead. The Bulldogs cruised to a 62-31 win over Lisbon in Section X Class D quarterfinal. (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery a> NCSN Broadcast

Friday, February 16, 2018

canton pulls away in third QTR. TO BEAT pOTSDAM 61-42

Gouverneur’s Abigail Riutta (4) takes the jump shot past Ogdensburg defender Natalie McCormick (5) to score the distance two-pointer to lift the Wildcats to a five-point lead midway through the first quarter. Gouverneur broke away from Ogdensburg in the fourth quarter to capture a 40-32 victory and advance to the Section X Class B Championship where they will face the Canton Golden Bears. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

canton pulls away in third in 61-42 win past potsdam

Canton’s Katelyn Flannigan (11) breaks through the Potsdam defense and scores off the layup to expand the Golden Bears' lead to 10 points in the third quarter. The Bears pulled away in that third quarter en route to a 61-42 victory and advance to the Section X Class B Championship game where they will take on the Gouverneur Wildcats Thursday night at SUNY Potsdam’s Maxcy Hall. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN friday HeadlineS

Girls Hoops: Canton, Wildcats, Larries, M-W Win Semis
Men's Basketball: Potsdam,Plattsburgh Carry Away Wins
Women's Basketball: St. Lawrence Wins; Potsdam Falls
Boys Hockey: Icemen Rally To Tie Potsdam 4-4 in O.T.
Men's Hockey:Potsdam Wins, Platts.Ties, Clarkson Falls
Women's Hockey:Clarkson, Potsdam, SUNY Canton Win
Boys Wrestling: Refigured Scores Gives Malone Title

st. lawrence central keeps the lead for a 55-38 win

St. Lawrence Central’s Maggi Yandoh (4) hits the jumper in the paint in the third quarter. St. Lawrence Central pounced on the Panthers in the first quarter, converting three steals and pulling out to a 16-8 lead.takes a 55-38 win over Brushton-Moira. Yandoh led the Larries with a game-best 22 points. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery


Top-seeded Madrid-Waddington had its hands full against upset-minded and fourth-seeded Norwood-Norfolk in the Section X Class C semifinals.  Trailing by 12 entering the fourth quarter, the Flyers cut the Jackets' lead to 36-30 with just under three minutes remaining.  However, Madrid-Waddington connected on back-to-back baskets and held the Flyers to just two points in its end game to pull out a 40-32 victory.  The Jackets advance to the Class C title game vs. St. Lawrence Central.  M-W's top scorers included Morgan Burns with 10 points and Emma Plumley with nine.  Emma Schiavone and Maisie Voss scored nine points each to pace the Flyers who closed out their campaign at 8-13.


Norwood-Norfolk’s Nate Moulton (8) slaps the puck into the back of the net for the hat trick in the second period.  Moulton would score all four goals for the Icemen in the game. After falling behind 4-1 after the first period, Norwood-Norfolk rallied with two goals in the middle frame and on goal in the third, then held on a  a 4-4 overtime tie against the Sandstoners.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Corrected Championship Scores: Malone wins title

The Malone Huskies of Franklin Academy hold their Section X championship banner, after a refiguring of previously-released scores revealed they had won the 2017-2018 wrestling title.  Front Row L to R: Sam Searles, Allex Robideau, Kyle Wood, Thomas Trombley,  Second Row L to R: Nick Horner, Nate Recore, Alfred MacNeill, Tyler Tambini, Bryant Rowe, Jeremiah King, Jered Mulverhill, Tyler Trombley, Izaiah Robideau, Lucas Martin, and Hunter White. Not in the photo: Alex Boyea, Trey LaGrave, and Kody Rock  (Photo provided)  Championship Gallery

Thursday, February 15, 2018


 Canton girls claimed the Section X Girls Indoor Track and Field Championship with an overall score of 151.5.  Malone finished second with 94, while Potsdam brought home the bronze with 63 points.  The Girls Track MVP was awarded to Canton's Grace Bessette, while Field MVP was awarded to Potsdam's Grace Merchant. (O'Brien photo) Game Gallery


 Malone was crowned Section X Champions during 2018 Indoor Track and Field sectionals.  Franklin Academy won the event with 147 overall points. Indian River finished second with 81, edging Canton with 80.  (Troy O'Brien photo)  Game Gallery

Ogdensburg pulls ahead in 2nd QTR. to win "B" SEMIFINAL

Ogdensburg’s MeSean Johnson (15) gets the layup for two points against a Salmon River defender to tie the game in the first quarter.  The Blue Devils beat Salmon River 76-47 in the Section X Class B semis.  (Wangerin photo) Game Gallery


Canton’s Declan Porter (3) puts up the rebound for two points in the third quarter.  The Golden Bears pulled away in the third quarter to beat Potsdam 95-54 in the Section X Class B semifinals.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery


Boys Basketball:Canton, O.F.A.,Brushton Win Semifinals
Boys Hockey: Salmon River Trounces Malone 9-1
Boys Track: Malone Repeats Title; Indian River 2nd
Girls Track: Canton Repeats as Champs; Malone 2nd

brushton-moira advances past n-n flyers in 50-46 win

Brushton-Moira’s Logan Bassett (3) breaks past Norwood-Norfolk defender Michael LaShomb (45) to score off the jump shot to take the lead from the Flyers early in the first quarter. Brushton-Moira pulled away from Norwood-Norfolk late in the fourth quarter to capture the 50-46.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Wednesday, February 14, 2018


Lisbon’s Alexa McKee (23) puts up two points on a baseline eight-footer for the first points of the game to start what would become a seesaw battle at Parishville-Hopkinton in the Section X Class D opening round.  Lisbon outlasted the P-H Panthers 39-33 to advance against Edwards-Knox.  (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Lady Demons upend Saints during opening round

Hermon-DeKalb’s Brooke Reed (13) shoots a deep two during the second half, giving her seven points on the night, as the Green Demons eliminated St. Regis Falls 72-20 in the opening around of the Section X Class D playoffs. Hermon-DeKalb's Miranda White led the way with 16 points, while Zarina Hernandez notched 13. The Saints lwere led by Alexis McDonald with eight points. (O’Brien photo) Game Gallery


Girls Basketball:Lisbon, H-D, Harrisville,Chateaugay Win
Women's Basketball: SUNY Canton Falls To Villa Maria
Boys Hockey: Larries Clinch D-II; NN, SR, Massena Win

southwick leads massena past potsdam in 3-1 victory

Massena’s Nick Linstad (9) blasts a close wrist shot onto Potsdam goalie Lliam Hourihan (40) midway through the first period. Hourihan made the glove save to keep the game scoreless. Two goals from Robert Southwick and a goal from Chris Page lifted the Red Raiders over the Sandstoners in a 3-1 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Sixth-seeded Harrisville defended their home court against #11-seeded Tupper Lake 73-23 and advancing past the opening round of the Section X Class D playoffs.  The Pirates got off to a hot start, ending the first half with a 38-13 lead and holding the Lumberjacks to just 10 points after halftime. Harrisville's leading scorers were Delanie Baker with 20 points and Hannah LaPlatney with 15.  More

The #12-seeded Morristown Green Rockets put forth a good showing against fifth-seeded Chateaugay, before the Bulldogs closed out a 40-28 win in the opening round of the Section X Class D playoffs.  Jaelyn Martin dropped in 15 points and Morgan Thomas chipped in nine to lead the Bulldogs to the quarterfinals vs. Heuvelton.  More

ST. lawrence RALLIES TO EDGE O.F.A. 5-4 & clinch d-ii

St. Lawrence Central’s Payton Felix (10) slaps a short shot into the back of the net to tie the game 1-1 late in the first period.  The Larries rallied from behind with four goals in the third period in a close battle with O.F.A., downing the Blue Devils 5-4 to clinch the NAC Division II regular-season title.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery 


Salmon River’s Gage King-Gorman (66) fires a shot onto the Canton goal where his shot was stopped by Golden Bears goalie Jerod Burchell (1) to keep the Shamrocks to a 1-0 lead early in the first period. The Shamrocks scored the first goal of the game in the first ten seconds to set the tone as the Shamrocks netted four goals in the opening period before beating Canton 7-0. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

tenth seeded Lisbon pulls off upset over #7 hammond

Lisbon's Carter Jordan angles to the rack for the lefty lay-in against Hammond's Brett Gleason (3).  A hard fought game between tenth-seeded Lisbon and #7-seeded host Hammond in the Section X Class D playoff opener resulted in a 65-50 upset victory for the Golden Knights.  Lisbon came out of the gates hot, ending the first half with a 10-point lead, then expanding the lead to 13 after three quarter.  However, the Hammond Red Devils roared back to within four during the fourth quarter, before running out of time.  Lisbon's Adam Gravlin led all scorers with 19 points.  The Knights face Chateaugay in the Section X Class D quarterfinals.  (Photo Courtesy Lisa Freeman)

E-K upsets tupper lake 64-50 to advances in playoffs

In a Section X Class D play-in matchup between ninth-seeded Edwards-Knox and #8-seeded Tupper Lake, the Cougars emerged victorious 64-50.  With short-staffed Edwards-Knox leading 44-42 entering the fourth quarter, the game was decided on the Cougars' 20-8 scoring surge in the final quarter. For the underdog Edward-Knox squad, Parker Harper led all scorers with 23 points, while Justin Scott notched 18.  The Cougars advance to take on top-seeded Harrisville in the quarterfinals. The Lumberjacks were led by scorers Jacob Stradly and Bradly McLear, who contributed 22 and 18 points respectively.  The Lumberjacks' season ended with an overall 8-13 mark.


Boys Basketball: Edwards-Knox, Lisbon, St. Regis Win
Girls Basketball: Potsdam Downs Salmon River in "B"
Men's Basketball: Clarkson Beats SLU; Canton Defeated
Women's Basketball: St. Lawrence Tops Clarkson 71-45

St. Regis falls' quick start dooms p-h in play-in game

St. Regis Falls’ Alexander White (24) pops in two points on the layup. as the Saints scored the first nine points of the game and took an 18-8 lead in the first quarter.  White tossed down a game-best 21 points to lead the Saints 73-39 win over Parishville-Hopkinton in the Section X Class D play-in round.. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam pulls ahead in the second half with a 64-37 win

Potsdam’s Hunter Wilson (12) banks two points to extend the Sandstoners' lead in the fourth quarter.  Wilson led Potsdam with 13 points.  The Sandstoners pulled away from a 24-23 lead in the third quarter, then held the Shamrocks to just 14 points the rest of the way.  Potsdam went on to a 64-37 victory over Salmon River in the Section X Class B play-in. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Salmon River’s Jillian Benedict (3) hits the layup for two points early in the fourth quarter.  Benedict led the Shamrocks with 14 points, while Dava Thompson chipped in nine points. as Salmon River closed out its season at 1-18 overall.  Potsdam racked up 24 points in a decisive third quarter.  Gabrielle Sutliff and Luca Pecora each netted 11 points for the Sandstoners, who advance to face top-seeded Canton in the semifinals.

Monday, February 12, 2018

butterfIEld o.t. goal lifts canton past potsdam 2-1

Potsdam’s Kevin Beha (9) skates past the Canton defense and fires a shot on the Golden Bears goal only to be stopped by the pad save from goalie Jerrod Burchell (1) to keep the game scoreless midway through the first period. Jack Finnerty scored the first goal of the game in the second period, then was answered by Potsdam’s Nolan Towne to tie the game 1-1 after two periods. Easton Butterfield scored the game-winning goal at 1:51 into overtime to give Canton the 2-1 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

potsdam advances PAST gouverneur in 69-60 victory

Potsdam’s Nic Gregg (21) breaks past Gouverneur defender Connor Fenlong (21) and Brodey Young (5) to score the layup, trimming the Wildcats' lead to five points at the end of the second quarter. The Sandstoners battled back from 12 points in the third quarter to capture the 69-60 victory in the Section X Class B play-in. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Sunday, February 11, 2018

OGDENSBURG cheers to victory in competition

The Ogdensburg Blue Devils' Cheerleading Squad hits their final pose to close out their routine. The Blue Devils captured the victory in the Co-Ed Division in Week 2 competition earning 65.65 points. They were followed in second place by the Massena Red Raiders with 56.2 points and the Clifton-Fine Eagles third with 51.3 points.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Competition Galleries  -  Cheerleading Page


Girls Hockey: Salmon River Falls in State Title Game 4-1
Men's Hockey: SUNY Canton Bows To Bryn Athyn 2-0
Women's Hockey: #1 Plattsburgh Blanks Potsdam 5-0
Boys & Girls Hoops Playoff Schedules/Brackets Posted
College Hoops: SUNY Canton Women Win, Men Beaten
Cheerleading: O.F.A., Lisbon And Malone Win Divisions

Malone Huskies capture win in large-school division

The Malone Huskies Cheer Squad closes out their routine in the second section-wide competition at SUNY Potsdam.  The Huskies picked up the victory in the Large School Division earning 51.2 points for the routine.  (Cody Jenne photo) Competition Galleries  -  Cheerleading Page 

LISBON EARNS back-to-back small-school division wins

The Lisbon Golden Knights Cheerleading team strikes a pose midway through their routine.  The Golden Knights earned back-to-back victories in the Small School Division racking up 73.6 points. Heuvelton took second place with 63.6 points and the Edwards-Knox Cougars placed third with 61.4 points.  Brushton-Moira and Madrid-Waddington rounded out the top five finishes in the division.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Competition Galleries - Cheerleading Page

Fri.-Sat., February 9-10, 2018

grapplers advance into nysphsaa tournament

Ogdensburg’s Zach Roberts (white) takes Malone’s Hunter White (green) to the mat earning two points early in the first round of the match. Roberts won the match  via pinfall in the second round to advance to the NYSPHSAA Wrestling Championship Tournament in the 126 weight class.

Wrestlers battle way into n.y.s. championship rounds

Malone’s Trey LaGrave (green) looks to break out of the hold from Gouverneur’s Julian Storie (grey) to earn points for the reversal in the first round of their match in the quarterfinals that Storie won via pinfall.  Championship Gallery


Boys Basketball: Chat. Wins East; Canton, O.F.A. Share
Girls Basketball: Malone Nips Hammond, C-P, Chat. Win
Men's Basketball: Plattsburgh Wins; Clarkson, SLU Fall
Women's Hoops:Plattsburgh Nips Potsdam; S.L.U. Wins
Boys Hockey: OFA, Potsdam, Salmon River, Malone Win
Men's Hockey: Potsdam & Clarkson Tie; S.L.U. Wins
Women's Hockey: SLU Ties; Clarkson & Canton Beaten
Boys Track: Malone Wins; Canton 2nd, Massena 3rd
Girls Track: Canton Wins; Malone 2nd, Potsdam 3rd
Boys Wrestling: Gouverneur, Malone Top Section X Final

Gouverneur WINs Section X DIVISION II championship

(Note: This result was later challenged) Champion wrestlers from Gouverneur won the Section X Division II Championship earning a top team score of 234.50 points. The Malone Huskies finished in second place racking up 220 points. The Canton Golden Bears (174) and the Ogdensburg Blue Devils (138.50) rounded out the top four team scores. The Massena Red Raiders are the lone Division I team in Section X and will automatically advance to the NYSPHSAA Tournament. (Cody Jenne photo) Championship Gallery

Malone sweeps competition CANTON 2ND, MASSENA 3RD

Tupper Lake's Jayce Clemente paces himself during the 1000 meter run. Malone's Nathan McNally won the event. Malone boys dominated in Week 2 of Indoor Track and Field with Canton 2nd and Massena 3rd in the nine-team field.  (Troy O’Brien photo)  Meet Gallery

Canton dominates week 2; malone 2nd, potsdam 3rd

 A Canton runner creates space between her Gouverneur (53) and Norwood-Norfolk (52) competitors as she speeds to the finish, during Week 2 of Indoor Track and Field action. Canton girls emerged victorious, with Malone 2nd and Potsdam 3rd.  (Troy O’Brien photo)  Meet Gallery