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
Get Adobe Flash player



 

 

Friday, December 14, 2018

NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Boys Basketball: Jackets Fall to Utica Academy 63-58
Girls Basketball: N-N, St. Regis, Gouv., Harrisville Win
Men's Basketball: Canton Beats Paul Smiths; SLU Falls
Women's Basketball: St. Lawrence Tops Canton 86-56
Boys Hockey: Icemen Beat Islanders 3-1; Potsdam Ties
Girls Hockey: Salmon River, Skaneateles Win Non-Lg.
Boys Swimming: Canton Sweeps AuSable, Malone, E-K
Boys Track: Malone, Massena, Ogdensburg Top Week 1
Girls Track: Canton, Gouverneur, Potsdam Best Week 1

CANTON BESTS GOUVERNEUR ATOP WEEK 1; POTSDAM 3RD


Runners from 10 comleting schools dash into the third turn of the fast-paced 300-meter run. Canton's Sydney Lawrence (46.9 sec) emerged through the pack to claim a 1.63 second win.  Cantonwon the meet, with Gouverneur second and Potsdam third.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

MALONE RULES WEEK 1, WITH MASSENA 2ND, O.F.A. THIRD


Ogdensburg’s Nate McNally leads runners from Malone, Tupper Lake and Canton around the first bend in the lengthy boys 3200-meter run.  McNally won the race, leading the Blue Devils to a third-place finish in the team points.  The Malone Huskies won the meet at 150 points, with Massena rising to second. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

canton holds OFF HUSKIES' RALLY TO BEAT MALONE 49-39


Canton’s Catherine Chisholm (3) hits a breakaway layup for two points to cap off a 10-0 run to open the game at Malone.  The run would prove to be the margin for the night, as Canton went on to beat Malone 49-39.  The Bears led by as many as 16 points in the second half, before the Huskies trimmed the lead to 41-34 with just three minutes remaining.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

RED RAIDER DEFENSE STIFLES SALMON RIVER IN 61-6 WIN


Salmon River’s Jillian Benedict (3) dribbles around the arc against Massena’s Rhea Beautista (12), trying to find an opening in the Raiders' tight defense.  Massena defense dominated Salmon River, cruising to a 61-6 victory.  (Zachary Matthie photo)  Game Gallery

CANTON WINS 4TH STRAIGHT,  SWEEPING QUAD-MEET


Swimmers from Malone, Canton and AuSable Valley dive from the starting block in Malone's four-way meet. Edwards-Knox got its feet wet, sending its first two swimmers to their first-ever meet.  Canton-Potsdam won the four-way meet with 48 points, followed by AuSable Valley with 35 and Malone 11.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Meet Gallery

VOSS' TWO GOALS LEAD N-N ICEMEN PAST ISLANDERS 3-1


Norwood-Norfolk’s John McCall (7) and Thousand Islands' Drew Swenson (6) battle for the puck behind Islanders' net.  After TI-ABay took a 1-0 lead in the first period, Norwood-Norfolk bounced back with a goal in the middle frame and a pair of markers in the third period to defeat the Islanders 3-1.  (Zachary Matthie photo)  Game Gallery



Thursday, December 13, 2018

porter downs 40; CANTON DOWNS MALONE IN 85-67 WIN


Canton’s Ashton Cloce (2) leaps and spins past two Malone defenders for the layup, giving the Golden Bears the quick lead over the Huskies in the first quarter.  Declan Porter drained 40 points, along with Canton having a strong second quarter that produced a 85-67 victory over the Huskies.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

blue devils soar past potsdam in 90-34 victory


Ogdensburg’s Michael Reed (3) breaks through the Potsdam defense to score the short jumper as the Blue Devils began to break away in the closing minutes of the first quarter.  Leading 11-7 in the first quarter, the Blue Devils reeled off 21 straight points to gain control, en route to a 90-34 victory over the Sandstoners.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Basketball: M-W Jackets Beat Chateaugay 69-51
Boys Hockey: O.F.A. Blanks Malone 4-0; Larries Fall 4-2
Girls Hockey: Oswego Downs Alexandria Islanders 3-1
Boys Swimming: Gouverneur Beaten By South Jeff 93-41
Boys Wrestling: Gouverneur, O.F.A. Score Mat Victories

WILDCATS pounces on canton for 73-6 victory


Gouverneur’s Logan Garrison (gray) pins Canton’s Cohl McIntosh in the 285-pound weight class to earn the final victory in the match at Canton. Gouverneur’s Jacob Donaldson, Vandavian Way, Carter Baer, Tyler Tupper and Mitch Tyler all earned pinfalls in the match lifting Gouverneur to a 73-6 win.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Match Gallery
 

OGdensburg OUTLASTS MALONE 45-36 IN LAST MATCH


Ogdensburg’s Zach Roberts pins Malone's Nick Horner midway through the third round to earn the victory in the 145-pound weight class, extending the Blue Devils lead over the Huskies.  In the final bout of the night, with O.F.A. holding just a six-point lead, Ogdensburg’s Tristan Richardson pulled off a 5-2 win over Malone's Thomas Trombley to seal a 45-36 OFA victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Match Gallery
 

N.C. TIGERS FOOTBALL COACH JAMES COMPEAU PASSES AT 57


The head coach of the North Country Tigers semi-pro football team for its inaugural two seasons – James Compeau – passed away Monday evening at his home in Massena. After a stint as defensive coordinator and co-coach of the old St. Lawrence Valley Trailblazers through 2007, Compeau accepted the inaugural head coaching job of the now-defunct Massena Silver and Black in 2008. The Brasher native became the inaugural head coach of the Tigers in 2017. The 57-year-old Compeau was diagnosed with cancer in May of this year, but continued coaching through his period of treatments. Under his guidance in 2018, the team improved to 4-3 in the regular season, won the division semifinal and went to the championship of the Northern Football Alliance’s AA Division. Only a month ago, during remission, Compeau told his team that he was looking forward to returning for a third year at the helm of the Tigers in 2019.

Monday-Tuesday, December 10-11, 2018

NCSN Monday-Tuesday HeadlineS

Boys Basketball: Malone, Chateaugay Win Close Games
Girls Basketball: N-N Trips Bulldogs; Malone,Lisbon Win
Girls Hockey: Alexandria Bay Muscles Past Canton 5-1
Boys Swim: Canton-Potsdam Pulls Away vs. Malone

CANTON'S EARLY RUN SINKS POTSDAM IN 79-54 VICTORY


Canton's Andy Downs speed dribbles past the full-court defensive pressure from Potsdam's Lashaka-Mani Hillary (11).  The pivotal run came just three minutes into the contest when Canton, down early 5-2, reeled off 17 unanswered points. The Golden Bears racked up a 33-12 lead at the quarter and never let up.  Canton remained unbeaten (3-0) with a 79-54 win.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

CANTON-POTSDAM PULLS OUT VS. MALONE IN FINAL 3 EVENTS


Competitors from Canton-Potsdam and Malone dive into the pool to begin the 50-yard freestyle event.  The race was won by the Malone's Daulton Scharf.   Leading 65-53, Canton-Potsdam pulled away in the final three events to capture a 95-69 win over Malone, and improve to 2-0, 3-0 to start its inaugural season.  (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery
 

ALEXANDRIA MUSCLES PAST CANTON 5-1 IN NON-LEAGUE


Alexandria Central’s Carrie Getman (12) blasts a close-range shot on the Canton goal.  However, the shot was turned away by Golden Bears' goaltender Katie Premo (35), holding the Islanders to a 3-1 lead at the beginning of the second period.  However, the Islanders scored twice more in defeating Canton 5-1 in a non-league interdivisional matchup in Canton.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


Sat.-Sun., December 8-9, 2018

clarkson scores three straight for 3-1 victory


Clarkson’s Lauren Gabel (19) blasts a shot past the St. Lawrence University goalie to score the second goal of the game lifting the Golden Knights to a 2-1 lead over the Saints in the first period. The Golden Knights scored an additional goal to capture the 3-1 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson AVENGES FRIDAY LOSS WITH 3-0 WIN VS. SAINTS


Clarkson’s Jere Astren (20) lifts the puck over the glove of the SLU goaltender Daniel Manella and just under the crossbar for the first goal of the game late in the second period. Clarkson avenged Friday's loss to the Saints with a 3-0 shutout of SLU on Saturday.  (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Friday, December 7, 2018

st. lawrence MEN claim 4-2 victory over clarkson


St. Lawrence University goalie Daniel Mannella (30) stretches to make the pad save, blocking the shot from Clarkson right winger Marly Quince to keep the Saints in the lead 1-0 late in the first period. The Saints scored two goals in the second and an additional in the third to capture the 4-2 victory over the Golden Knights. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

clarkson'S 2ND PERIOD RUN DOOMS S.L.U. WOMEN 4-0


Clarkson’s right winger Elizabeth Giguere (7) blasts a shot past St. Lawrence University goalie Grace Harrison (29) to quickly jump to a 2-0 lead over the Saints early in the second period. The Golden Knights scored three goals within three minutes to to spark a 4-0 shutout victory over St. Lawrence University. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Boys Basketball: Malone Edges Massena; Pirates Win
Girls Basketball: Heuvelton, Massena, Potsdam, NN Win
Men's Basketball: St. Lawrence Wins; Potsdam Beaten
Women's Basketball: Canton, Potsdam Turned Back
Boys Hockey: Salmon River, Canton, Massena Post Win
Girls Hockey: Salmon River Wins; Islanders Tie Ithaca
Men's Hockey: SLU Upsets Clarkson 4-2; Canton Wins
Women's Hockey: Clarkson Blanks SLU; Canton Bows
Boys Swimming: Plattsburgh Outswims Malone 130-38

N-N FLYERS NET FIRST WIN, dominatING Colts 41-23

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kylee Kellison (11) slips through Colton-Pierrepont’s Layla Johnson and Kaitlynn Long (15) for the layup, but is fouled hard.  Maycee Ward led Norwood-Norfolk with 14 points and Kellison ended the game with 10 points.  Norwood-Norfolk defeated Colton-Pierrepont 41-23 to capture its first win of the season (1-2, 1-4 overall). (Zachary Matthie photo) Game Gallery
 

CUMMINGS LEADS Potsdam PAST salmon river 43-28


Under heavy pressure, Potsdam’s Addison Herrick (11) shoots over Salmon River’s Annabelle Mitchell (15) and Jillian Benedict (3).  The Sandstoners spoiled the league opener for the Shamrocks with a 43-28 win in Potsdam, squaring the league record at 1-1, 2-1 overall.  Sierra Cummings led the way for Potsdam with 19 points. (Zachary Matthie photo) Game Gallery

 

Wed.-Thu., December 5-6, 2018

NORWOOD-NORFOLK BLANKS MALONE HUSKIES IN 4-0 WIN


Norwood-Norfolk’s Reed Gravlin (14) breaks past the Malone defense and fires a point-blank shot on the Malone goal. The shot was blocked off the pads of Huskies' goalie Matthew Delisle (1) to hold the Icemen to a 2-0 lead midway through the second period.  Norwood-Norfolk netted an additional goal in each of the second and third periods to capture a 4-0 shutout victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

POTSDAM RIPS PAST MALONE CAPTURING 8-2 VICTORY


Potsdam forward Kennedy Emerson (18) blasts a shot on the Malone goal on a breakaway, only to have the shot deflected by Huskies' goalie Michelle White (35).  The stop kept the Sandstoner lead at 2-0 in the first period. The Sandstoners surged in the final two periods to capture the 8-2 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

RUITTA'S 19 LEADS WILDCATS PAST POTSDAM in 77-31 WIN


Gouverneur’s Laney Smith (5) takes the jumper over Potsdam defender Josie Brusso (14) to drain the three pointer and extend the Wildcats' lead to seven points over the Sandstoners in the first quarter. Abigail Riutta drained 19 points lifting the Wildcats to the 77-31 victory over Potsdam in their league opener. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

canton wins first-ever meet vs. lowville, wildcats


Swimmers from Canton and Gouverneur battle side-by-side in the 200-yard individual medley. The Golden Bears won their first-ever boys swim meet scoring 73 points narrowly defeating Lowville who scored 71 points. The Wildcats took third place with 23 points. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Basketball: Massena Outlasts St. Lawrence 57-55
Girls Basketball: Chateaugay, Malone, M-W, Colts Win
Men's Basketball: Potsdam Tips Canton; SLU Tops CU
Women's Basketball: St. Lawrence Downs Clarkson
Girls Hockey: Sara-Placid Upsets Potsdam 5-4 in O.T.
Women's Hockey: Hamilton Slips Past Potsdam 2-1
Boys Swimming: Canton Beats Lowville, Gouverneur
Boys Wrestling: Canton Outduels Ogdensburg 42-36

SUNY Potsdam captures the win over SUNY canton 77-74


SUNY Potsdam’s Dante Viskovich (32) and Dante Langley (23) swarm SUNY Canton’s Robert Holliday, Jr. (23) forcing a missed shot.  SUNY Potsdam outlasted their Route 11 rivals 77-74 in non-conference action at the Roos House on Tuesday evening.(Zachary Matthie photo) Game Gallery


CANTON BEARS GRAPPLE
PAST OGDENSBURG 42-36

Ogdensburg’s Mitch Brenno rolls Canton’s Keenan LeBeuof-Davis late in the match. After being down the entire match, Brenno gained the advantage with the roll over and won the match by pinning LeBeuof-Davis at 2:18.  However, Canton outlasted O.F.A. 42-36 to win their league opener.  (Zachary Matthie photo)  Match Gallery Ogdensburg’s Blake Hall uses his body pressure to keep Canton’s Brandon Murcray down on the mat in a headlock.


Monday, December 3, 2018

ogdensburg holds off malone in thriller 59-56


Ogdensburg’s Connor Griffith (2) leaps over Malone defender Cole Fountain (11) to score the first bucket of the game for the Blue Devils in the first quarter to cut into the Huskies' early lead lead.  Before a full house at O.F.A., Ogdensburg Blue Devils came back to beat the Malone Huskies by a narrow 59-56 margin.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

harrisville ROLLS up 71-49 victory over h-d demons


Harrisville’s Dalton Church (11) leaps around a Hermon-DeKalb defender to score and extend on the Pirates' lead over the Green Demons to 15 points late in the third quarter.  Harrisville’s Dalton Church poured in 21 points to lead the Pirates, while Peyton Schmitt chipped in 20 points and Jadon Sullivan added nine as the Pirates captured a 71-49 victory over Hermon-DeKalb.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Fri.-Sat., November 30-December 2, 2018

POTSDAM BATTLES TO 3-3 OVERTIME TIE VS. ADIRONDACK


Potsdam’s right winger Jacob Brothers (24) steals the puck from the Adirondack center and charges toward the Rivermen’s goal early in the first period.  Potsdam’s Jack Brady scored at 6:16 of the first period, and unassisted a 6:19 of the second period, in leading Potsdam's scoring attack. The Sandstoners tied Adirondack 3-3 in the opening round of the Bill Corbett Tournament in Potsdam. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

canton wins 5-4 in overtime over liverpool warriorS


Canton center John Trathen (11) fires the puck on the Liverpool goalie Gavin Buza (35).  After leading 1-0 after the first period and 3-1 after the second frame, the Bears gave up three straight goals in the third and had to rally to tie with 1:03 remaining.  Jack Finnerty scored the tying goal and the game-winner with seven seconds left in overtime to propel Canton to a 5-4 win in the semifinals of the Bill Corbett Tournament in Potsdam.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

NCSN WEEKEND HeadlineS

Boys Hoops: M-W Wins Tourney; Salmon Buzzer Beater
Girls Basketball: Morristown Edges H-D; O.F.A. , E-K Win
Men's Basketball: Canton, Potsdam, Plattsburgh Win
Women's Basketball: St. Lawrence, Clarkson Winners
Boys Hockey: O.T. Semis: Canton Wins, Potsdam Ties
Girls Hockey: Salmonr's First Loss 3-2; Massena Beaten
Men's Hockey: Clarkson Beats Brown; Plattsburgh Wins
Women's Hockey: Canton,Cards Win; Clarkson,SLU Fall

POTSDAM MEN BEAT ONEONTA

POTSDAM, N.Y.--- The SUNY Potsdam men's basketball team (3-3, 1-0 SUNYAC) pulled away from visiting SUNY Oneonta (3-2, 0-1) in the late stages of the second half to earn a 98-86 SUNYAC opening victory on Bear Pride Night. Junior guard Jayquan Thomas scored a season-high 31 points on an efficient 9-of-11 shooting performance. Junior guard Danny Delsol-Lowry had a career-high 26 points on a personal best six 3-pointers. The Bears led by as much as 18 midway through the first quarter, shooting a scorching 86 percent from the field and 5-of-6 from behind the arc. Led by the 15 points and 4-of-4 from 3-point range from Delsol-Lowry, the Bears offense was hitting on all cylinders. The Red Dragons fought to stay in the game and a 3-pointer from Oneonta forward Jacob Rodriquez from the left corner cut the lead to 10 with 5:59 left and forced Potsdam to call a timeout. The Red Dragons continued their comeback effort, while the two teams traded baskets over the remainder of the half. First a 3-pointer from forward Carson Jacobs, then junior guard Ian Schultz read the passing lane for a steal and dished the ball to sophomore forward Sean Nolan for a finger roll got the Red Dragons to within 42-35.  It was 48-37 in favor of the Bears heading into halftime. At the 11:02 mark, Rodriquez was awarded two free throws and hit both. On the next play, Rodriquez got the rebound after a Potsdam miss and went coast-to-coast for a score and the foul. The finished three-point play got the Red Dragons within just two at 10:49. Oneonta briefly took the lead after a 2-pointer from Jacobs made it 66-65. Down one, the Bears became more disruptive on defense and continued their offensive efficiency. A pair of free throws and senior guard Nosa Onabor's three put the home team back up five. Delsol-Lowry hit his fifth shot behind the arc at the 4:10 mark. Oneonta responded on the next play with a 3-pointer from junior guard Kevin Mackin to make it 82-78 with 3:56 left. Delsol-Lowry pulled up for another 3-pointer from the top of the key a couple of minutes later and sealed the game for the Bears, putting them up 11 with just over a minute left. Potsdam closed out the game with a 98-86 win. Onabor finished with 18 points, eight rebounds, and three steals in the win. Senior forward Serigne Kane  chipped in with 10 points. Mackin led Oneonta with 22 points. The win was Potsdam's first over Oneonta since Feb. 2, 2013, and ends a 10-game losing streak to the Red Dragons.

Hammond completes 63-49 comeback WIN over Lisbon 


Hammond’s Jacob Walsh (12) leans back for his shot and drops in two points for the Red Devils in a back-and-forth first quarter that ended 15-10 Lisbon.  However, Hammond came back with a pivotal 19-4 run in the second quarter, en route to a 63-49 win over the Golden Knights in the semifinals of the James Darcy Tournament in Lisbon. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Gouverneur picks up first win IN defeating p-h 55-41 


Gouverneur’s Brock Cox (23) banks the ball for two points in a seesaw first half.  The Wildcats outdueled the Panthers 23-19 at the half.  However, Gouverneur took command in the third quarter with a 17-6 run, as the Wildcats went on for a 54-41 victory over Parishville-Hopkinton in the semifinals of the James Darcy Tournament in Lisbon on Friday night.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Thursday, November 29, 2018

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Basketball: St. Regis Falls Beats Morristown 52-32
Girls Basketball: Heuvelton Wins Chamberlain Tourney
Boys Swimming: Gouverneur Edges Beaver River 48-43
ESports: SUNY Canton Wins 2 ECAC Championships


SUNY Canton’s Kevin Velasques earns the final match victory as SUNY Canton becomes the first E-Sports team to capture the ECAC Conference Championship with an undefeated season

suny canton wins ecac fifa e-sports championship


The SUNY Canton E-Sports team celebrates winning the ECAC Conference Championship in FIFA-18 defeating Texas Weslyan  in a best of five series. The SUNY Canton Kangaroos earned four match victories while Texas Wesleyan picked up one match win. The team includes Hughes Ntwari, Evran Akman, Kenny Kincade, Kevin Velasques and Eli Byrd.

suny canton  overwatch team wins over marist


The SUNY Canton Overwatch E-Sports team celebrates after a match victory over Marist College to win the ECAC Conference in the Best of Five series.  Overwatch pits teams of six, all connected by headsets, working together to win attack-and-defend maps or events. SUNY Canton won the first map 4-3 in OT, shutout Marist tin the second map. SUNY Canton captured a 2-1 win on the fourth map to win its second ECAC title of the night, winning the OverWatch Challenge 3-1.