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Sat.-Mon., February 6-8, 2016

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Girls Hockey: Alexandria Wins First State Title in 3-2 Win
Boys Hockey: Islanders Win Tourney; Tupper Edged 4-3
Men's Hockey: Clarkson Rallies; S.L.U. Ties; Bears Win
Women's Hockey: Knights, Saints, Bears, Cardinals Win
Boys Basketball: Harrisville Outlasts Ogdensburg 68-63
Men's Basketball: Canton, Plattsburgh Win; Saints Bow
Women's Hoops: SLU, Clarkson Win; Bears, Roos Fall
Boys Track:Malone,Saranac,Indian River Top Invitational
Girls Track: Saranac, Canton, Malone Top Invitational
Girls Cheer: O.F.A., Lisbon, Gouverneur Top Divisions

ALEXANDRIA WINS FIRST-EVER STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 3-2


The Thousand Islands-Alexandria Islanders captured their first-ever New York State Girls Ice Hockey Championship with a 3-2 win over Kenmore-Grand Island in the title game on Saturday.  The Islanders battled back twice to tie the game. Then at 3:50 of the final period, Kelly Bannister skated in from the left corner and tucked the puck between the pads of Kenmore keeper Cara Klopp for the lone goal of the period, snapping a 2-2 deadlock and providing what proved to be the game winner.  (Team champions photo provided)

Pirates sink blue devils in REGULAR season finale


Ogdensburg's Peyton Lalone (12) cuts through two Harrisville defenders to down the quick layup and muster the Blue Devils to a slim 44-42 lead through the third quarter.  The Pirates demonstrated their “arcs-manship” knocking down 13 three-pointers, including six to start the fourth quarter, leading Harrisville to close out the regular season with a 68-63 victory over the Blue Devils.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

malone, saranac, indian River top n.a.c. invitational 


Saranac Central hurdlers Mitch Fink and Noah Pearsall battle toe-to-toe for first place in the 55-meter hurdles.  Fink won the overall event, edging Pearsall by just three-hundredths of a second.  Ogdensburg's Alex Sias placed third, just 39-hundreths of a seconds off the hot pace.  The Chiefs finished second overall, behind the Malone Huskies who topped the NAC Invitational.  Indian River placed third.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

SARANAC, CANTON, WILDCATS TOP N.A.C. INVITATIONAL MEET 


Potsdam high jumper Lauren Lucht clears over the bar in her third attempt.  Lucht finished second in the event, won by Massena's Jacalyn Lamica.  Saranac Central with 76 points topped the team leaderboard.  Canton finished second at 72½, while Gouverneur took third at 58 points in the 15-team Northern Athletic Conference Invitational at St. Lawrence University. (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery


 

 

Ogdensburg wins co-ed cheer; Massena 2nd, c-f 3rd


Ogdensburg cheerleaders hit their opening pose in their routine, during Saturday's competition in Potsdam. O.F.A. won the Co-Ed division with 81 points, nipping Massena 79.7 and Clifton-Fine 48.3.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Co-Ed Gallery

Wildcats capture large school division victory


Gouverneur Wildcats Cheerleading squad take formation during their routine. The Wildcats (85.7) captured the Large School category, followed by Heuvelton (62.6) and Malone (62.5). (Cody Jenne photo) Large School Gallery

Lisbon knights CHEER TO WIN small school CATEGORY 


Lisbon cheerleaders strike a pose during their team routine. Lisbon (82.5) won the Small School Division. Madrid-Waddington claimed second (50.75) and Brushton-Moira third (40.35).  (Cody Jenne photo) Small School Gallery

Friday, February 5, 2016

massena vs. canton: first-period goals end in 1-1 tie


anton’s Jacob Mattice (15) reaches in to stick the free puck on Massena goalie Noah Kormanyos (31) blocks the shot.  The Golden Bears and the Red Raiders played to a 1-1 overtime tie.  Massena’s Patrick Manning and Canton's Cody Moore both scored on high-post shots in the first period.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

Larries pull away WITH 3-1 victory over Shamrocks


St. Lawrence Central’s Trent Dow (15), after taking the pass Ian Bresett, is on his way to score the third goal past Salmon River's Jarrad Jackson (25), as an insurance marker.  The Larries defeated the Shamrocks 3-1 to consolidate their first-place lead in Division II.  (Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

GIRLS HOCKEY STATE SEMIS

After Kenmore-Grand Island built a 4-0 lead in the first two periods, the Canton Lady Bears rallied for three third-period goals, but were unable to produce the equalizer in a 4-3 final in the New York State Girls Hockey semifinals in Albany. Blake Orosz put Canton on the scoreboard at 3:32 of the third period, while Mary Kait Mace scored twice in just over a three-minute span to draw the Bears within a goal with 4:46 still remaining. Liza Collins provided two assists. Canton keeper Elizabeth Burke made seven saves. Alexandria Bay’s Emily Rose netted two goals and the Ghosts scored three times on power plays in forging a 4-1 win over Beekmantown in the other state semifinal.

NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Girls Hockey: Alexandria, Kenmore Advance to NYS Final
Boys Hockey: Canton Ties Massena; Larries,Malone Win
Men's Hockey: Clarkson, S.L.U. Win; Potsdam Ties 3-3
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, SLU, Potsdam, Canton Win
Boys Basketball: Bulldogs Win East; Malone, B-M Win
Men's Basketball: Potsdam, Clarkson, St. Lawrence Fall
Women's Basketball: SLU Wins By Point; Clarkson Wins
Boys Wrestling: Gouverneur, Canton Gain League Wins

canton picks up win over o.f.a. blue devils 54-25


An Ogdensburg wrestler lifts his Canton opponent off the mat to earn the takedown to open their match.  On the mat in actual matches, Ogdensburg outscored Canton 25-18, but was forced to forfeit in six weight classes for lack of a challenger (six team points per forfeit), resulting in a 54-25 victory for the Bears.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

SUNY Potsdam skates to 3-3 tie with SUNY Cortland


SUNY Potsdam’s Dylan Vander Esch (11) taps the puck into the net past Cortland goalie Drew Weigman (29) for the Bears' third goal  to take a 3-1 lead to begin the third period.  The Red Dragons scored two goals late in the third for a 3-3 overtime tie. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

MADRID-WADDINGTON SURGES past st. regis falls 67-48


St. Regis Falls Spencer Reuss (33) skies over a Madrid-Waddington defender for the bucket.  A 24-point performance from Aaron Armstrong and 13 points from Austin Delosh guided Madrid-Waddington to a 67-48 win and a second-place finish at 12-2, 17-3 overall, one game behind East champion Chateaugay.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam earns division win over salmon river 44-20


Salmon River’s Travis Thompson (45) leaps over Potsdam defender Zahir Purvis (52) in an attempt to down the three pointer from the corner.  A strong scoring surge in the second quarter lifted Potsdam past Salmon River in a 44-20 Central Division victory (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery
 

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Larries survive thriller
43-42 against Massena


St. Lawrence Central’s Bailee Gauthier (24) dashes past Massena defenders hitting the runner for two points. The Larries edged the Red Raiders 43-42 on Senior Night in Brasher.  Bailee Gauthier led the Larries with a game-best 16 points. (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

WILDCATS CLOSE 10-4 SEASON BY BEATING MALONE 110-59


Swimmers from Malone and Gouverneur battle side-by-side coming into the final stretch of the 4x400 freestyle relay.  The Wildcats captured the victory in the final home meet of the season 110-59 over the Huskies, and a 10-4 overall record. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

MASSENA SCRAPES BY CANTON IN FINAL SECONDS IN 57-55 WIN


Canton's Declan Porter (3) muscles his way past Massena's Dante Viskovich (20) to down the layup and draw Canton within five points midway through the fourth quarter. Nick McKeel broke away to earn the game-winning basket with three seconds left to give Massena the 57-55 victory.  Bailey Terry led Massena with 25 points, while Dante Viscovich also scored 15 points for the Raiders.  Dan Ames and Louden Porter netted 18 points each, while Declan Porter scored 13 points for the Bears.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

THREE-GOAL 2ND PERIOD LIFTS CANTON PAST POTSDAM 3-0


Canton's John Mahoney attempts to split two Potsdam defenders on a breakaway. Potsdam’s Riley Clark (4) deflects the puck away to stop the drive.  Canton scored all three of its goals in the second period, while Jake Facey turned away all 30 shots he faced in the Golden Bears' 3-0 home victory.   Jake Mattice got the Bears on the scoreboard with an unassisted goal in the third minute of play in the middle frame. Later in the period, Andrew McCormick and Cole Moore scored less than two minutes apart to solidify the lead. (Ryan Brown photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN WEDNESDAY Headlines

Boys Basketball: Massena Hangs On vs. Canton 57-55
Men's Basketball: SUNY Canton Beats Mount St. Mary
Boys Hockey: Canton, Massena, Islanders Win Games

Red Raiders earn shutout win OVER n-n icemen 7-0


Norwood-Norfolk's Brandon Palmer (7) fires the close-range chip shot onto Massena's goalie Noah Kormanyos (31) who made the glove save.  A five-goal scoring surge in the second period lifted the Red Raiders past the Icemen in the 7-0 shutout victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

sandstoners fend off p-h panthers for 38-30 victory


Parishville-Hopkinton's Kelsey Putnam (11) leaps over Potsdam defender Katie Cary (33) to down the quick two-point jumper as the Panthers claimed an early lead in the first quarter. Potsdam battled a tough back-and-forth game, but pulled away in the closing minutes to down the Panthers 38-30.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

FIRST-QUARTER SURGE LIFTS B-M PANTHERS PAST LARRIES


St. Lawrence Central's AJ Kessner (11) rises over Brushton-Moira defender Bryan Aubrey (33) to bury the jump shot to begin the fourth quarter.  A quick scoring surge in the first quarter gave the Panthers enough of an edge to capture the 66-53 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Monday, February 1, 2016

TOP-RANKED TEAMS: CANTON EDGES ST. LAWRENCE CTL. 3-2


Canton’s Mark Mahoney (7) fires the puck toward goal through the St. Lawrence Central defense. The Golden Bears rallied with two third-period goals to defeat the Larries 3-2  at the Canton Pavillion.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

STRONG FIRST HALF CARRIES LARRIES PAST WILDCATS 49-39


St. Lawrence’s Haleigh Agans (33) goes up for the layup dashing by Gouverneur defense. The Larries defeated the Wildcats 49-39 after a strong first half. (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery

Sat.-Sun., January 30, 2016

Canton wins first ever section x championship 3-2


Massena’s Molly O’Connell (5) battles past two Canton defenders to chip a shot on goal. However, the close-range shot was blocked by Golden Bears' goalie Elizabeth Burke (30). O’Connell and Brittany Streeter each drove home goals in the third period for the Raiders who fell short in the closing stages of the game.  Canton captured the 3-2 win and their first-ever Section X Championship.  Alexandria Bay won the Section III Championship in a 2-0 win over Skaneateles,  Beekmantown needed four overtimes to beat Albany 4-3 for the Section VII title.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

clarkson and s.l.u saints battle to a 2-2 overtime tie


Clarkson’s Genevieve Bannon (9) looks to drive in the wrap-around shot on goal.  However, her shot was kicked out by St. Lawrence University goalie Grace Harrison (29) to keep the game tied 1-1 near the end of the second period.  The Golden Knights and Saints battled to a 2-2 overtime tie. Clarkson, with a 6-1 win at SLU on Thursday, captures the edge in the season series against the Saints with a win and a tie.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Friday, January 29, 2016

Panthers roll PAST Yellow Jackets in 65-43 victory


Madrid-Waddington's Aaron Armstrong (1) goes up tough for the layup to score against Brushton-Moira's Alex Burnett (14).  The Panthers flashed out to a 15-2 lead in the opening five minutes, before the Jackets closed within five points in the second quarter.  The Panthers dominated the rest of the way and cruisedto a 65-43 victory over the Yellow Jackets.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

ST. LAWRENCE LARRIES ROLL TO 5-0 VICTORY OVER MALONE


Malone’s Jordan Scharf (22) takes the wraparound shot on goal, the puck is blocked by St. Lawrence Central goalie Rico DiMatteo (1) with the kick save.  The Larries jumped to a quick lead the went on to shutout the Huskies 5-0 in Division II play.  Jeff Guerard notched two third-period goals to lead the state’s currently top-ranked Division II team and cap off the victory. Goalie Bransen Kinnear stopped 13 shots, as the Larries improved to 7-1-1 league, 11-2-2 overall.  Meanwhile, the Huskies slipped to 1-10-1, 2-13-1 overall.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Boys Basketball: B-M Upsets M-W; Hammond Nips E-K
Girls Basketball: Malone, O.F.A. Win; Demons Fall in OT
Men's Basketball: SLU Down Bard; Clarkson, Roos Bow
Women's Basketball: Clarkson, SLU Win; Potsdam Falls
Boys Hockey: Potsdam, St. Lawrence Claim Shutouts
Men's Hockey: Clarkson, SLU Saints, Plattsburgh Win
Women's Hockey: Endicott Downs SUNY Canton 5-1
Boys Swimming: Gouverneur Sweeps AuSable, Malone
Boys Track: Malone, Indian River, O.F.A. Top Week #5
Girls Track: Canton, Gouverneur, Malone Top Week #5
Boys Wrestling: Gouverneur Dominates Malone 70-6

MALONE CAPTURES 5TH WIN IN ROW; WARRIORS 2ND; OFA 3RD


A competitor from Gouverneur leads runners from Norwood-Norfolk and Indian River at the start of the 200-yard dash. The Malone Huskies captured the victory in Week 5, racking up 101 points. The Huskies were followed by the Indian River Warriors in second place at 88 points and Ogdensburg at 87.

Canton TOPS IN WEEK #5; WILDCATS 2ND; MALONE 3RD


Runners from Norwood-Norfolk, Canton. Gouverneur, O.F.A. and Massena in the first lap of the 4x400-yard relay event. The Golden Bears claimed the Week 5 victory earning 115½ points. The Wildcats followed  racking up 97½ points to claim second place, Malone 3rd at 72. (NCSN file photos)

wildcats sweep tri-meet beating MALONE & AUSABLE


Malone’s Matthew Thompson dashes into the home stretch of the 100-yard freestyle event.  The Gouverneur Wildcats captured the tri-meet sweep, beating the Patriots 51½- 41½  and the Huskies 53-41. AuSable Valley defeated Malone 56-38 to claim second place. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

WILDCATS CAPTURE SEASON TITLE BEATING MALONE


Gouverneur’s Robyn Carr (blue) drives down Malone’s Sonny Johnson (green) to the mat to earn two-points on the takedown. Carr went on to defeat Johnson by technical fall 18-3.  After the Huskies earned the first three points of the meet, the Wildcats dominated the rest of the way, beating the Huskies 70-6.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery
 

Thursday, January 28, 2016

CANTON'S FIRST-HALF RUSH DOOMS GOUVERNEUR 70-36


Canton’s Natalie DiSalvo (14) drives to the basket on Gouverneur’s Erika Rotundo (12) to sink the layup.  After a strong first half, Golden Bears defeated the Wildcats 70-36.  DiSalvo led all scorers with 25 points in the win.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

Clarkson'S STRONG FIRST PERIOD downs Saints 6-1


Clarkson’s Shannon MacAulay (4) hammers the puck toward St. Lawrence goaltender Grace Harrison (29) who made the save.  However, the Golden Knights scored  three goals in the first period and overran the Saints 6-1 at Appleton Arena.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN THURSDAY Headlines

Girls Hockey Semifinal: Albany Beats Lake Placid 5-0
Women's Hockey: Clarkson Topples St. Lawrence 6-1
Girls Basketball: Bulldogs, M-W, N-N, Massena Win

CANTON OUTLASTS TI-Abay IN INTERDIVISIONAL O.T. BATTLE

Story Provided by Steve Besaw
The Canton Golden Bears moved to 12-2-1 on the season with a hard-fought 4-3 overtime win against the TI-ABay Islanders, on Wednesday night in Clayton. The game started roughly for the Bears, as they were forced to claw their way back from an early deficit after the Islanders took a 2-0 lead midway through period one.  Kyle Gionet got the ball rolling for the Islanders with an assist from Mike Wetterhahn at the 1:17 mark.  Then Gionet set up Riley Youngs for the Islanders’ second goal at 7:10 of the period.  The second goal seemed to wake Canton up, as the Bears would net their first goal of the contest at the 8:34 mark when Jake Mattice scooped up a loose puck... More game details

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

CANTON WOMEN claim 61-59 victory VS. TOUGH KEUKA


SUNY Canton's Kyrass Tarrence (42) wraps around a Keuka College defender for an open look at the layup for two points, tying up the game 6-6 early in the first quarter. The Kangaroos battled back from a ten-point deficit on home court late in the game to capture the 61-59 victory over the Wolfpack.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery
 

collins scores in overtime lifting canton to 5-4 ot win


Potsdam’s Alana McDonald (9) assists teammate Erica Sloan (14) in putting the puck past Canton goalie Elizabeth Burke to earn the second goal for the Sandstoners and a 2-1 lead late in the first period.  Canton’s Liza Collins drove home the game-winning goal two minutes into overtime for a 5-4 semifinal victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery
 


NCSN wednesday Headlines

Girls Hockey: Canton, Massena,ABay,Eagles,Lakers Win
Boys Hockey: Canton Win in OT; Massena Tops Salmon
Boys Basketball:B-M,Colts,Chateaugay Win Non League
Girls Basketball: St. Regis Falls Outlasts Lisbon 54-44
Women's Basketball: SUNY Canton Edges Keuka 61-59
Boys Wrestling:Canton Pulls Out 48-42 Win vs. Massena

Red Raiders advance to championship past salmon


Massena’s Logan Deshaies (10) blasts a shot from the blue line toward the Salmon River goal, but misses just right.  The defending state champions earned a 5-1 victory over the Shamrocks to advance to the Section X Championship game vs. Canton on Saturday. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

POTSDAM HOLDS OFF LATE LARRIES SURGE IN 56-48 win


Potsdam guard Connor Prosper (23) attacks the rim for a layup, while the Larries’ Shiloh Winters gives chase.  Prosper led the Sandstoners with 14 points in a 56-48 victory.  Potsdam squared its overall record at 8-8. Winters led the Larries with 11 points.  (Ryan Moore photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Girls Hockey Playoffs:Lake Placid Pulls Out 1-0, 2OT Win
Boys Basketball: Canton, Salmon, Potsdam, Tupper Win
Girls Basketball: Northern Adir. Shades Canton 57-53
Women's Hoops: Clarkson Downs Hamilton 73-56
Boys Swimming: Gouverneur Tops Carthage;Sets Marks

S.L.U. MEN'S HOCKEY COACHES SEEK SUPPORT FOR TV GAME

The St. Lawrence University men’s hockey coaches paid a surprise visit to Dunkin’ Donuts in Canton yesterday, filling orders at the register and the drive-thru, to hand out free tickets and Saints’ merchandise to upcoming SLU hockey fans. The coaches, Greg Carvel and his assistants, were working together with restaurant employees to drum up fans for this Friday’s nationally-televised game against ECAC rival Colgate, at Appleton Arena in Canton. The Canton Dunkin’ Donuts was decorated in Saints colors and staffers wore SLU hockey t-shirts as part of the event. The hockey game is also part of SLU’s Winter Carnival weekend, which is slated to include a number of activities including snow sculptures.

CLARKSON SURGES IN 2ND HALF TO LOG 8TH WIN IN ROW


Hamilton’s Samantha Graber makes a quick move past Clarkson’s Ashley Loggins for the open jump shot. Loggins hit three buzzer-beating 3-pointers to end the first three quarters as the Clarkson rallied for a 73-56 victory in non-league action.   (Ryan Moore photo)  Game Gallery

Monday, January 25, 2016

Canton survives 58-57 thriller VS. salmon RIVER


Canton’s Louden Porter (12) sneaks through Salmon River defenders Benjamin Kelly (21) and Kurt Leroux (32) to go up for the layup. The Golden Bears defeated the Shamrocks 58-57 after a thrilling crunch time finish in the semifinals of the James Darcy Memorial Tournament in Lisbon.  (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

NCSN MONDAY HeadlineS

Girls Hockey Playoffs: Shamrocks Outlast Larries in 4OT
Boys Basketball: Canton, Lisbon Win; Massena Beaten
Girls Basketball: Chateaugay & Hammond Win Games
Girls Volleyball: Thousand Islands Beats Clifton-Fine 3-0

FOUR OVERTIME PLAYOFF: SHAMROCKS BEAT LARRIES 1-0

SALMON RIVER 1, ST. LAWRENCE 0 (4 OT)
It took a fourth overtime period in a scoreless playoff game for Salmon River to empty the bench in a 1-0 thriller over St. Lawrence Central in the Section X girls hockey play-in round. Freshman Madison Collette registered the only goal on a setup from Jenny DeJung and Rylee Garrow with 3:25 remaining in the fourth OT for the win. Carlie Cartier turned away 23 shots in preserving a prolonged shutout. St. Lawrence Central keeper Eliza Sullivan turned away 25 shots. Salmon River advances to face the Red Raiders in the semifinal round matchup at Massena on Wednesday at 5:15 p.m. St. Lawrence closed its season at 4-16 overall.

Lisbon DOWNs Hammond 43-33 after 10-0 run in 4th Qtr.


Lisbon’s Hunter Forsythe (32) rises to sink the layup against two Hammond defenders.  The Golden Knights defeated the Red Devils 43-33, after a 13-0 run in the fourth quarter in the semifinals of the James Darcy Tournament in Lisbon. (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Sat.-Sun., January 23-24, 2016

STORM STRIKES EARLY, HOLDS ON TO BEAT N-N ICEMEN 3-2


NNorwood-Norfolk’s Shane Tiernan (2) battles over possession of the puck with a Saranac Lake defender near the Red Strom goal.  Saranac Lake built a 2-0 lead, then fended off Norwood-Norfolk 3-2 in a non-league victory. Brett Dawson and Austin Reyelle put the Red Storm ahead by two. Ryan Palmer countered for the Icemen to trim the lead to 2-1. Casey Sturgeon scored the eventual game-winning marker. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Wildcats pounce on golden bears early for 4-0 win


Canton forward Josh Huiatt (18) forechecks against a West Genesee player looking to regain possession near the Wildcats' goal.  In a matchup of two of the state’s top three Division I boys’ hockey teams, second-ranked West Genesee shut out third-ranked Canton 4-0, for just the second Bears' loss of the season. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN WEEKEND HeadlineS

Girls Basketball: Potsdam,St. Regis, Canton Win Non-Lg
Men's Basketball: S.L.U. Win; Plattsburgh, Potsdam Fall
Women's Basketball: St. Lawrence, Plattsburgh Beaten
Boys Hockey: Tupper Sweeps Malone Tourn; Bears Fall
Girls Hockey:Massena, Albany, Skaneateles, Clinton Win
Men's Hockey: Clarkson,Cards Win; Potsdam Nips Roos
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, Plattsburgh, SLU Win
Boys Swimming: Wildcats 7th of 14 at Frontier-N Playoff
Men's Swimming: Potsdam Downs St. Mike's; SLU Falls
Women's Swimming: Potsdam, St. Lawrence Beaten

BELLOWS RALLIES FOR THREE GOALS TO BEAT POTSDAM 4-2


Potsdam’s Jack Brady (2) fires the puck towards the goal past Bellows Free Academy defender Keegan Streeter (2).  The Sandstoners lost against the Bobwhites 4-2 at Pine Street Arena.  BFA bounced back from a 2-1 deficit with three unanswered goals to beat the Sandstoners in a non-league contest .(Darius Rohleder) Game Gallery




MASSENA BEATS POTSDAM TO CLINCHES TOP SEED, BANNER


Massena’s Merry Mikenna (14) fires past Potsdam goalie Taylor Razis (30) to give her team the early lead in the first period. The Raiders defeated the Sandstoners 4-0 to clinch the regular-season banner and top seed in the Section X girls hockey playoffs. (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery

GIRLS HOCKEY MATCHUPS SET; PLAYOFFS BEGIN ON MONDAY

The Section X girls playoffs will begin on Monday at 5:15 p.m., when St. Lawrence Central travels to Salmon River for the play-in opener. The Larries were the fifth seed, while Salmon River closed out the regular season in fourth place in the Northern Athletic Conference. The game will be played at Tom Cavanaugh Arena in Fort Covington.  The winner will face top-seeded Red Raiders at the Massena Arena in the semifinals on Wednesday. The other semifinal will pit second-seeded Canton against third-seeded Potsdam at Canton Pavilion. The Section X championship will be Saturday at the home of the highest remaining seed, at the time to be determined.  In the Section VII Division, fifth-seeded Saranac lake will travel just up the road to Lake Placid to face the fourth-seeded Blue Bombers.  The winner will advance to play against top-seeded Albany Academy in the semifinals.  Third-seeded Plattsburgh travels to Beekmantown in the other semifinal.