Brushton-Moira Canton Chateaugay Clifton-Fine Colton-Pierrepont Edwards-Knox Gouverneur Hammond Harrisville Hermon-DeKalb Heuvelton Lisbon Madrid-Waddington Malone Massena Morristown Norwood-Norfolk Ogdensburg Parishville-Hopkinton Potsdam St. Lawrence Central Salmon River St. Regis Falls Tupper Lake Section VII Teams Section III Teams Clarkson University North Country Community College St. Lawrence University SUNY Canton SUNY Plattsburgh SUNY Potsdam
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Wednesday, February 25, 2014


Potsdam’s Carter Brown (11) and Canton’s Josh Huiatt (18) battle for possession off the faceoff at center ice. The Golden Bears downed the Sandstoners 4-1 to advance to the Division I Championship against the Massena Red Raiders.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

BURNETT, larries SHUT down huskies in semifinal 5-0

Malone’s Josh Trombley (22) pins a St. Lawrence Central forward against the boards.  St. Lawrence Central blanked Malone 5-0 in front of the 14-save shutout performance by goaltender Nate Burnett in the Section X Division II semifinal at Brasher. Lukas Arquiett netted a goal and assisted on two others to pace the top-seeded Larries who return to the championship game for a rematch with Norwood-Norfolk. (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery


The Norwood-Norfolk Icemen broke away from a 1-1 first-period tie with two goals in the middle frame and two more in the final 15 minutes to post a 5-2 win over the Salmon River Shamrocks in the Section X Division II semifinals. Austin Cousineau tallied twice, including the go-ahead goal and the final score of the night, in leading the Icemen back to the divisional title game on Monday. The Icemen aced three power-play goals, while Salmon River was unable to capitalize on their man-up situations. Coby Munson, Kyle Bond and Isaac Barkley also scored for Norwood-Norfolk, which Brandon Richards turned away a barrage of 34 shots. Chad George and Sean David scored for the Shamrocks who closed their season at 12-10 overall. Norwood-Norfolk advances for a rematch with St. Lawrence in the final.


Boys Basketball: Morristown, Potsdam, Pirates, B-M Win
Men's Basketball: Clarkson Beats Hobart in Semifinals
Women's Basketball: St. Lawrence Wins, Clarkson Falls
Boys Hockey: Canton, St. Lawrence, N-N Win Semifinals
Men's Hockey: Buffalo State Beats Potsdam in Q-Finals
Men's Lacrosse: RPI Opens in 12-8 Win vs. Plattsburgh

SUNY POTSDAM men fall to buffalo IN third period 6-2

Buffalo State goalie Mike DeLaVergne (31) covers the puck after blocking the shot of SUNY Potsdam forward Kyle Thacker (22) to keep the Bengals ahead 3-2 early in the third period. Buffalo scored three late goals to seal the win against the Bears 6-2 and advance to the SUNYAC semifinals vs. SUNY Brockport. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. lawrence women advance to championship

St. Lawrence University’s Samantha Godfrey (15) cuts through Union’s Jenni Barra (4) and Kate Thompson (44) to create the open layup for two points and to give the Saints a 41-30 lead over the Dutchmen at halftime. St. Lawrence advanced past Union 74-65 to the Liberty League Championship vs. Skidmore. (Jenne photo) Game Gallery


The #3-seeded Brushton-Moira Panthers outlasted the second-seeded Tupper Lake Lumberjacks 49-47 in the Section X Class C semifinals. Brian Aubrey led the Panthers with 12 points, while Alex Burnett chipped in 11 points. The Panthers climb back to the Class C title game against top-seeded Potsdam. Tupper Lake was led by Anson Gagnier with 16 points, while Roger Delair popped in 12 points and Liam Lamere finished with 10. The Lumberjacks finish their season at 10-9 overall.

(#5) Morristown stuns (#1) bulldogs 55-35 IN SEMIFINAL

Chateaugay’s Tyler Jones (15) cuts past Morristown defender Devin Dulmage (23) to create an open layup to chip away at the Green Rocket lead at the end of the second quarter. A strong start lifted Morristown past the Bulldogs 55-35 to advance to the Class D Championship against the Harrisville Pirates. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

harrisville wins 47-42 in ot to advance to "D" finale

Madrid-Waddington’s David Odendahl (4) earns the open layup past Harrisville’s Jared Dreythaler (2) to tie the Pirates 9-9 near the end of the first quarter. The Pirates claimed an overtime win over the Yellow Jackets 47-42 to advance to the title game vs. Morristown. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

potsdam BOYS cruises past
st. lawrence 69-21 IN SEMIS

St. Lawrence Central guard Ethan Simonds (22) drives to the hoop against Potsdam's Jack Byrnes.  In a balanced Potsdam offense, Dequan Pitts tallied 13 points, while Brian Cole added 12 points and Jake Mitchell dropped in 11 as the Sandstoners doused the St. Lawrence Central season 69-21 in the Class C semifinals. Potsdam will face Brushton-Moira in the championship game. Devon Young posted eight points to lead the Larries who closed out their season at 6-14. (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Larries win 48-44 thriller over brushton-moira

Brushton-Moira’s Jenna Dufrane (5) cuts past two St. Lawrence Central defenders to earn the layup.  After falling behind 10-1 late in the first quarter, St. Lawrence Central battled back to tie the game 14-14 in the second frame. Another tie and three lead changes later, the #3-seeded Larries forged ahead 38-28 early in the fourth quarter, then held off second-seeded Brushton-Moira 48-44 in the Section X Class C semifinals. The Panthers had several chances to take the lead, particularly from the foul line, but missed 12 free throws in the second half. The Larries were led by Raleigh Agens with 12 points, while Bailee Gauthier added 11 points and Breana Evans popped in 10 points. St. Lawrence Central will face Potsdam for the Class C title. Jenna Dufrane scored 16 points for the Panthers who closed out the year at 10-9 overall.   (NCSN photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


Girls Basketball: Heuvelton, M-W Jackets Play For D Title
Girls Basketball: Potsdam, St. Lawrence Play For C Title

Sandstoners put away flyers to advance 45-22

Norwood-Norfolk’s Alisabeth Furnace (11) takes the short jump shot pats Potsdam’s Breanne Sapp (30) to chip away at the Sandstoner lead.  The top-seeded Potsdam Sandstoners took quick command of Norwood-Norfolk in rolling out a 45-22 victory in the Section X Class C semifinals. Sarah Vivlamore led the orange-and-blue with 24 points. Potsdam advances to face Brushton-Moira in the Class C title game. Madison Sequin topped the Flyers’ effort with seven points. Norwood-Norfolk finished up its season at 4-16 overall.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Bulldogs advance in 53-51 thriller over hammond

Hammond’s Courtney Bova (13) cuts through three Heuvelton defenders to earn the layup and put the Red Devils ahead to begin the second quarter.  Heuvelton edged Hammond 53-51 in the Class D semifinal.  With time running out, Courtney Bova swiped the ball and raced to the hoop, but the Red Devils were unable to get off the equalizer before time expired. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

yellow jackets' defense holds off bulldogs 49-19

Chateaugay’s Katelyn Beach (5) shoots over a Madrid-Waddington defender.  Madrid-Waddington broke away from Chateaugay midway through the first quarter, before cruising to a 49-19 win in the Section X Class D semifinals. (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

Monday, February 23, 2015


Massena’s Bailey Terry (10) soars high to block the shot off the backboard.  Massena started the game with a 7-0 run, but the Huskies battled back. Four quarters was not enough to decide the Section X Class A Championship. The Huskies out-dueled Massena 11-5 in the overtime period to claim a 68-62 championship.  Malone advances to the New York State playoffs against a Section III champion to be determined. Massena ended its season at 11-8 overall. (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

malone defeats massenA
56-31 for class a title

Stephanie McKeel (20) spots up for the three-pointer against Malone. After Massena scored the game’s first points on a traditional three-pointer, Malone reeled off 13 straight points to gain control and methodically rolled to a 56-31 victory in the Section X Girls Class A Championship. The Huskies limited the Red Raiders offense to just eight points, in forging a 28-8 lead at the half. Franklin Academy’s Meghan O’Connor netted a game-best 18 points, including 12 from the free-throw line.  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


Boys Basketball: Malone Pulls Away in OT to Win Title
Girls Basketball:Malone Tops Massena For Class A Title


The SUNY Potsdam men's hockey team (12-10-3, 8-6-2 SUNYAC) will host Buffalo State (11-11-3, 7-6-3) in the SUNYAC Quarterfinals this Wednesday, Feb. 25, at 7 p.m. The matchup features two red-hot teams that battled down the stretch and finished just a point apart in the final standings. The Bears rode six-time SUNYAC Goalie of the Week Jon Hall (Dexter, N.Y./Thousand Islands) to a 7-2-1 record in the last 10 games of the season. Bengals were 6-3-1 over the same span. The teams split their two regular season meetings. At Maxcy Ice Arena on Nov. 15, senior defenseman Dan McCamey scored twice and junior forward Jake Rivera added a goal and an assist as Potsdam won 5-2. Hall made 37 saves in the victory. The situation was reversed three weeks ago as the Bengals gained their revenge with a 5-3 win in Buffalo. Jake Rosen scored twice for Buffalo State and Nick Berst and Cory Gurski each had a goal and an assist. Potsdam owns an 8-2-1 postseason record in the friendly confines of Maxcy Ice Arena. Tickets for Wednesday's game are $6 for adults, ages 12 and up and $3 for children ages 5-12. No complementary passes will be accepted. Potsdam students will be admitted free with their campus ID's. As a large crowd is expected, the box office will open at 5:30 p.m. the day of the game. Tickets will not be pre-sold. Fans and students are encouraged to arrive early. Support the Bears by "blacking out" the arena. All in attendance are encouraged to wear black to the game at the team's request.

Sat.-Sun., February 21-22, 2015


Boys Basketball: Chateaugay, Mtown, M-W, Pirates Win
Men's Basketball: SUNY Plattsburgh, Potsdam Beaten
Women's Basketball: Plattsburgh, Potsdam Defeated
Men's Hockey: S.L.U., Potsdam Win; Clarkson Edged
Women's Hockey: S.L.U., Plattsburgh, Clarkson Win

st. lawrence men clinch 2nd IN WIN AT dartmouth

Sophomore forward Woody Hudson scored a pair of goals and all four St. Lawrence lines figured in the scoring as the Saints clinched second place in the ECAC Hockey League with a 6-3 win over Dartmouth at Appleton Arena Saturday night. The Saints, now 18-11-3 overall and 14-5-1 in ECAC play, snapped a seven-game home losing streak to the Big Green and swept their third straight league home series after a 5-1 win over Harvard on Friday. Dartmouth, which split its North Country trip with a 3-2 overtime win at Clarkson on Friday, fell to 13-10-4 overall and 10-8-2 in league play with Saturday's loss, just its second in the last 10 games. "It was another night of what we have been doing all year," said Saint coach Greg Carvel. "All four lines scored, the defensemen were solid from start to finish and we did what we had to do to come away a winner. We had the response when we needed it…they scored and we came right back each time. "This team has made me very proud all year. We were picked to finish 11th in the polls, but we had a goal of first round home ice, then the bye and we met each of those. Now our third goal is to get to Lake Placid and play for a championship…we secured second with two games left to go in the regular season and our focus will be on making the next step to Lake Placid." Sophomore Christian Horn opened the scoring for the Saints when he broke past the Dartmouth defense and put a shot over the shoulder of Dartmouth goalie Charles Grant at 10:12 for his sixth of the season. Hudson then made it a 2-0 game with his fifth of the year, tucking the puck in from point blank range. Dartmouth got one back with just over six seconds to play in the second period as defenseman Rick Pinkston finished off a three-on-two on a play that the Saints argued was way offsides, but the Saints came right back with Hudson's second of the night just 2:46 into the third as he took a pass from Justin Bruckel and jammed it in. Freshman Joe Sullivan then took the puck away from a Dartmouth defender and scored on a backhand at 10:28 of the third to give the Saints a 4-1 lead. Dartmouth got one back just 1:06 later when Pinkston scored his second of the night and fourth of the season on a blast from the top of the faceoff circle which went over the shoulder of Saint goalie Kyle Hayton to make it 4-2, but Saint junior Tommy Thompson slid one between Grant's pads as he was being pulled down on a breakaway for his ninth of of the year right after Pinkston's goal at 12:06.  Nick Bligh pulled Dartmouth to within 5-3 with his third of the season on a six-on-four power play as the Big Green pulled Grant for the extra attacker at 18:47, but Saint freshman Mike Marnell wrapped it up with his eighth of the year into the empty net at 19:08. Hayton, who gave up more than two goals in a game for the first time in 13 games, finished with 28 saves for the Saints while Grant had 18 for Dartmouth.

Chateaugay digs out 47-32 over pesky RED DEVILS

Hammond’s Sean Walsh (23) goes over Chateaugay's Austin Green (21) for two of his six points.  The ninth-seeded Red Devils kept top-seeded Chateaugay within four points into the fourth quarter. The Bulldogs took advantage of Hammond turnovers late in the game and won 47-32.  Derek LaBare led all scorers with 17 points, while Jordan Martin added 11 to pace the win.  Hammond’s Payton Frisina with 12 points.  Chateaugay advances to face Morristown in the semifinals.  (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

harrisville uses early run to down e-k cougars 64-32

Harrisville’s Brennan Best (24) fires up a turnaround jumper over Edwards-Knox’s Jarred Meilleur (55).  The Pirates pushed the pace early to take a 36-23 lead into the half. Harrisville doubled up the Cougars 64-32 to advance to the Class D semifinals against Madrid-Waddington. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

yellow jackets advance to semis with 54-43 victory

Heuvelton’s Mike Martin (25) fires up a left-handed floater over the outstretched arm of Madrid-Waddington’s David Odendahl. The Jackets’ strong full-court defense forced several turnovers early to build a 36-18 at the half, then coasted to a 54-43 win to advance to the Class D semifinals. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

rockets' defense and fast break beats saints 46-32

Saint’s forward Sage Allen-Recor (35) scores a layup against Morristown. The Rockets upended the Saints with tough defense, allowing St. Regis just seven points in the first half. Morristown won the game 46-32 and goes on to play Chateaugay in the semifinal round. (Simons photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Friday, February 20, 2015

salmon River uses quick start to down islanders

Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay's Tyler Stockman (29) lowers his shoulder to put a hit on Salmon River’s Stephen Tromblay. Salmon River's Skylar Thomas produced a hat trick, while Sean David contributed a goal and three assists in forging a 7-0 win for the third-seeded Shamrocks in the Section X Division II quarterfinals.  The #6-seeded Islanders closed out the campaign at 5-15 overall.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery


Malone’s Austin Scharf (26) bats the puck away from Ogdensburg’s Austin Morley-Sloan (17).  Bailey Conklin earned an assist.  Ogdensburg's David Prudhomme was also stellar in the battle of goalies with 26 saves.  Ogdensburg finished its season at 9-10-1.  Kyler Head scored both goals as Malone defeated O.F.A. 2-0. Brown made 22 saves in the shutout. The Huskies advance to the Division II semifinals at St. Lawrence Central.  (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery


Girls Basketball: M-W, Hammond, Heuvelton, Chat. Win
Men's Basketball: Plattsburgh Win; S.L.U. Falls in O.T.
Women's Hoops: Plattsburgh Wins; Potsdam, S.L.U. Fall
Boys Hockey: Malone, Salmon River Advance in Shutouts
Men's Hockey: S.L.U., Potsdam Win; Clarkson Falls O.T.
Women's Hockey:Clarkson Wins O.T.; St. Lawrence Ties

mcCormick scores 42 pts: bulldogs top rockets 82-33

Morristown’s Sam Green cuts past two Heuvelton defenders to get the pass to an open teammate. Heuvelton’s Paige McCormick held the hot hand in firing up 41 points, including 17 points in the third frame. Jessica Geddes led the way for the Green Rockets scoring 18 points. The Bulldogs captured the 82-33 Section X Class D quarterfinal victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


Colton-Pierrepont’s Morgan Doyle (10) makes the layup past Chateaugay defender Rachel Young (3) to chip away at the Bulldogs lead. In balanced scoring, Chateaugay was led by Danelle Charland with 12 points, closely followed by Rachel Young with 10 points. Chateaugay captured the 55-32 win over Colton-Pierrepont in the Section X Class D quarterfinals.   (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

yellow jackets earn win over cougars to advance

Two Edwards-Knox teammates create on open opportunity for an open bucket to take the 11-9 lead over Madrid-Waddington to end the first quarter.  The Cougars extended the lead to 21-14 at the half. However, halftime was a 'refresher course" for the Jackets who stormed out of the locker room with 22 unanswered points, holding the Cougars scoreless until 6:18 left in the fourth quarter.  M-W's Olivia Parmeter ignited the offense with  27 points, while Jenny King downed 12 points.  The Jackets advance to face Chateaugay in the Class D quarterfinals.  Katie Smith scored 11 points to lead the Cougars who finished at 10-8 overall.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Hammond downs green demons to advance 77-48

Hermon-DeKalb’s Breanna Hannah (12) earns the layup past Hammond’s Mikayla Horton (10) in the third quarter to chip away at the Red Devils lead. Hammond’s Sierra Fleming lead the Devils with 25 points,while teammate Mikayla Horton followed closely with 21 points. For the Green Demons, Bridget Rust led the way with 14 points, while Delaney Kerr added 10 points. Hammond won the Class D quarterfinal matchup 77-48 and advanced to face the Heuvelton Bulldogs in the semifinals. Hermon-DeKalb closes out the season with an 11-9 overall record.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Thursday, February 19, 2015


SUNY Potsdam’s Katie Marsman (16) rips a shot on goal from the blue line, but the shot was blocked by SUNY Canton goalie Peyton Sefan (29).  SUNY Potsdam edged the Canton Roos 4-3 in overtime.  Potsdam's Jordan Ott scored 1:32 into overtime in the season finale for both the Bears and the Roos.  Massena native Allison Green earned an assist on the game winner.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Icemen rally in 2ND PERIOD to BEAT TUPPER LAKE 8-3

Tupper Lake’s Elliott Fletcher (27) scores the first goal of the game past Norwood-Norfolk goalie Brandon Richards (33). Norwood-Norfolk bounced back for an 8-3 win in the Section X Division II quarterfinal.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Norwood-Norfolk’s Dustin Fisher (30) leaps for a rebound.  The Larries' sharpshooting provided the final surge in a 44-34 victory over the Flyers in the Section X Class C play-in round. Shiloh Winters paced the Larries with 19 points.  (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: O.F.A., Salmon River, Larries Advance
Boys Hockey: N-N Icemen Eliminate Tupper Lake 8-3
Women's Hockey: Potsdam Edges Canton 4-3 in O.T.


 Canton’s Mike Couglar (11) flies high for the layup against Salmon River.   Salmon River beat Canton 66-53.  Russ Oakes scored 20 points and Brandon Bradish added 13 points to lead the Shamrocks in the win.  Canton's Louden Porter netted a game-best 24 points, while Tommy Bortnick chipped in 10 points.  The second-seeded Shamrocks advance to face top-seeded Ogdensburg for the Class B title.  Canton closed its season at 9-10.  (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery


The top-seeded Ogdensburg Blue Devils rolled past Gouverneur 96-23 in the Section X Class B semifinals.  O.F.A.'s Kinnon LaRose led all scorers with 29 points, while Dakota Brady chipped in 14 points.  The Blue Devils advance to face second-seeded Salmon River for the Class B title.  The Wildcats closed out their season at 0-19.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015


Boys Basketball: Hammond, EK, Heuv, Mtown, SRF Win
Girls Basketball: Canton, O.F.A., N-N Win To Advance
Men's Basketball: Clarkson Outlasts St. Lawrence 68-62
Women's Basketball: St. Lawrence Trips Clarkson 78-60
Women's Hockey: Plattsburgh downs Potsdam 7-1

Lady Flyers Top TUPPER LAKE 42-35 in CLASS C PLAY-IN

Tupper Lake’s Amie Luton (10) looks to start the fast break for the Lady Lumberjacks. N-N’s Maddie Seguin led all scorers with 11 points in the Flyers' 43-35 win in the Section X Class C play-in round.  Luton and Sidney Kulzer each had 10 points for Tupper.   (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery


Canton's Mikaela Bessette fights her way over Gouverneur defenders to drop in two points.  Katie Clemmer buried 17 points, while Janet Beaudin added 10 points in Canton's 64-30 win in the Section X Class B semifinals.  Alisha Way led the Wildcats with 10 points.  Canton advances to face O.F.A. for the Class B title. Gouverneur finished its season at 4-15.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Red Devils defeat Golden Knights in O.T. thriller 50-47

Lisbon’s Alex Gravelin (33) goes up for the block against Hammond.  Ninth-seeded Hammond took the host #8-seeded Golden Knights into overtime for a 50-47 victory.  Peyton Frisina scored 17 points, while Brock Tulley added eight points in the win.  Hammond goes on to play the top-seeded Chateaugay Bulldogs in the quarterfinal round.  Lisbon was led by Kobe Jordan with 16 points, while Hunter Forsythe chipped in nine points.  Lisbon closed out at 7-12 overall.  (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery

Vollmer lifts morristown past hermon-Dekalb 68-32

Hermon-DeKalb’s Zach Robinson (10) takes the three-pointer over Morristown defender Ryan Vollmer (5). Vollmer led the Green Rockets in scoring with 22 points.  Zack Robinson led the Green Demons with 14 points in the Class D opening round game. The #5-seeded Rockets advanceto face (#4) St. Regis Falls in the Class D quarterfinals at 5:30pm.  Hermon-DeKalb closed out their season with an overall record of 3-15. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Luckie, Morrow lead blue devils past shamrocks

Salmon River’s Lauren Martin (22) looks for an open teammate while facing heavy defense from Ogdensburg’s Susie Morrow. Morrow led the Blue Devils with 17 points, while Riley Luckie put up 16 points in Ogdensburg's 73-22 win in the Section X Class B semifinals. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Colton-Pierrepont's Zach Farr (14) skies up to swat away a shot attempt by Edwards-Knox's Jimmy Smith.  The Cougars rolled out to an early nine point lead, but the Colts continually chipped away to keep the game close.  Edwards-Knox held off Colton-Pierrepont 55-48 in the opening of the Section X Class D playoffs.  (Abby Hale photo)  Game Gallery

Heuvelton advances past panthers IN OPENING ROUND

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Connor Sullivan (44) takes the layup past Heuvelton defender Cole Piercey (5).  Piercey led the Bulldogs with 13 points, followed closely by Victor Gagnon who scored 11. The Bulldogs began the game on a 10-2 run and carried the momentum to a 69-34 win over the Panthers in the Class D opening round. The Bulldogs advance to face Madrid-Waddington. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Two players racked up 20-plus points in St. Regis Falls’ 77-32 victory over Clifton-Fine in the opening round of the Section X Class D playoffs. Ryan Duquette led the way with 21 points, while Tyler Fraser produced 20 points and seven rebounds in the Saints’ win. Sage Allen also chipped in 13 points. The #4-seeded Saints advance to face #5-rated Morristown in the quarterfinal round. Chase Koster scored 11 points to lead the Eagles who closed out their season at 1-17 overall.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

cardinal men hang on to win over potsdam 71-67

SUNY Plattsburgh forward Reggie Williams battles in the paint for the offensive rebound and the bucket late in Tuesday night’s contest at SUNY Potsdam.  The game was close throughout with SUNY Potsdam having a slight chance to tie the game with a second left, but the shot did not fall for the Bears. The Cardinals went on to win the game 71-67.  (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery

PLATTSBURGH WOMEN soar past potsdam bears 64-47

SUNY Potsdam’s Veronica Sapp (32) goes up for the short jumper against SUNY Plattsburgh. Early in the first half, Brittany Marshall got her 476th assist, which set an all-time career record for assists for the Cardinals. Plattsburgh’s sharp shooting was too much against the Bear’s defense as the Cardinals went on to win 64-47.  (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery


Girls Basketball: E-K, C-P, H-D, Morristown Advance
Men's Basketball: Plattsburgh Edges Potsdam 71-67
Women's Basketball: Plattsburgh Tops Potsdam 64-47


Harrisville's Mallory Baker (11) climbs to the basket past Colton-Pierrepont defender Katelyn Cary (30) during the opening round of the Section X Class D playoffs.  The Colts jumped out to a 25-10 halftime lead, then held the Pirates to just two points in the third quarter in cruising to a 45-25 win at Colton.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery


Parishville-Hopkinton's Nicole White (red) dishes the ball off during the opening-round playoff game at Edwards-Knox.  The Cougars opened a 13-4 lead early in the first quarter, then went on to down the Panthers 50-24 in the opening round of the Class D playoffs.  (Hale photo)  Game Gallery

Morristown hangs on to advance over lisbon 50-44

Lisbon’s Maddison Vine (10) makes the layup past Morristown’s Samantha Green (34) to bring the Knights within five points midway through the fourth quarter.  Morristown’s Jessica Geddes led the way with 19 points for the Green Rockets in a 50-45 opening-round playoff win over Lisbon.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Bridget rust leads green demons over st. regis 60-32

Hermon-DeKalb’s Delaney Kerr (14) and St. Regis Falls Jenna Susice (5) take the jump ball at center court to begin the game. Bridget Rust led the Green Demons with 28 points as Hermon-DeKalb advanced past St. Regis Falls 60-32 in the Class D opener.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Saturday, February 14, 2015

 Canton claims division I title VS. massena, malone

Canton’s Ryan Brown (black) pins Malone’s Cameron Searles (white) to win the 113-pound weight class in a Division I bout.  In a close three-way championship meet, the Golden Bears claimed the Division I team championship with 191 points, followed closely by Massena with 185 points. Malone placed third with 178 points.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Division I Gallery   Awards Gallery

wildcats down blue devils for division ii championship

Ogdensburg’s Adam Rickett (white) places Gouverneur’s Aaron Bush (gold) in a headlock after the quick takedown in the second round. Bush won the match on a 9-5 decision and advance to represent Section X at the state meet in the 145 pound class.  Gouverneur won the Division II team championship 208-139 over O.F.A.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Division II Gallery   Awards Gallery

Friday, February 13, 2015

salmon river outduels n-n icemen to 5-4 win in o.t.

The Shamrocks controlled several faceoff opportunities which turned into quick shots on goal.  Sean David fired the shot on net and Chad George jumped on the rebound to score the game-winning goal with 36 seconds left in overtime to lift Salmon River to a 5-4 victory over the Norwood-Norfolk Icemen in the regular-season finale. (Bob LaRue photo)

Larries soar past O.F.A. to claim D-II REG. SEASON Title

Ogdensburg’s Mark Marrow (4) and St. Lawrence Central’s Nathan Stickney (17) take a faceoff near the Blue Devils goal.  St. Lawrence Central’s Lukas Arquiett scored a hat trick, while five other Larries netted single goals in an 8-1 romp over O.F.A. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: Lisbon, Morristown, St. Regis Falls Win
Girls Basketball: Chateaugay Claims Share of East Title
Men's Basketball: Plattsburgh Wins; Clarkson Edged
Women's Basketball: Potsdam, Clarkson, Platts. Beaten
Boys Hockey: Salmon River Wins in OT; Larries Fly 8-1
Men's Hockey: Potsdam Wins; Clarkson, S.L.U. Beaten
Women's Hockey:Clarkson, SLU Win; Potsdam Falls OT


Massena's Xavier Goyco (1) stiff-arms Salmon River's Russ Oakes (21) on a hard dribble.  Salmon River’s Ben Kelly splashed 21 points, while Russ Oakes added 17 and Antoine Domino popped in 13 points to lead the Shamrocks to a 69-55 Central Division win over the Massena Red Raiders. The Shamrocks gained solid 15-point lead in the second quarter when they rained down five consecutive three-pointers after a 15-15 tie to open the contest. Both teams entered the final game of the regular season with identical records. With the win, Salmon River claims third place at 9-5, 11-5 overall. Massena settles into fourth place at 8-6, 11-7 overall. For Massena, Dante Viskovich led the way with 12 points, while Logan Deshane pitched in 11 points.  (Bob LaRue photo)

Bulldogs nip lisbon 39-36 to PULL EVEN IN WEST DIVISION

Heuvelton’s Tyler Lytle slips between Lisbon's Alex Gravelin (33) and Koby Jordan (34) to get the open layup.  The Golden Knights overcame a quick start by the Bulldogs to take a 20-16 halftime lead. Lisbon captured the win with a 14-10 run in the final quarter of the West Division contest. Hunter Gray notched 12 points, while Alex Gravlin contributed 10. Mike Martin led Heuvelton scorers with seven points. The win pulled Lisbon into a three-way tie for third place with Heuvelton and Edwards-Knox, all at 7-7 in the West.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Thursday, February 12, 2015


Potsdam’s Breanne Sapp (30) takes the fade away jump shot over Ogdensburg defenders Kiera Johnson (1) and Susie Morrow (25) to chip away at the Blue Devils' lead late in the third quarter.  Susie Morrow whipped up 19 points and Riley Luckie added 16 points in leading the Blue Devils to a 59-48 victory over Potsdam in the Central Division matchup. Also in double figures for O.F.A. were Chelsea Raven with 12 points and Taylor Perry with 10. But on an individual basis, the night belonged to Sarah Vivlamore who scored 14 points by the half, but went through several minutes without a point in the second half. As a packed gymnasium looked on and cheered her on, Vivlamore finally eclipsing the career 1,000-point mark late in the contest. Breanna Sapp chipped in 11 points for the Sandstoners.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


Gouverneur’s Emily Bush (5) gets the offensive rebound and goes back up for two points.  Canton’s Natalie DiSalvo racked up another 29 points, which Janet Beaudin posted 12 points as both teams turned up for Class B post-season play. Gouverneur was led by Alisha Way with nine points.  (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: Northeastern Clinton Edges Malone
Girls Basketball: Hammond, Heuvelton Share West Title
Women's Basketball: S.L.U. Downs SUNY Canton 79-47

St. lawrence women roll away from suny canton

St. Lawrence University’s Kara McDuffee (3) splits the defense for the east bucket in Thursday night’s game against Suny Canton. The game was tight in the first half with both teams putting up 24 points apiece. The Saints outscored the Roos by 32 points in the second half to win 79-47.  First-year student Shayna Davner scored all of her 16 points in the second half to lead the Saints in the victory over the cross-town Roos.  (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

Wednesday, February 11, 2015


Boys Basketball: LaRose Announces Intent For Siena
Pro Hockey:Massena Native Begosian Traded To Buffalo
Girls Basketball:Canton, Hammond, Morristown Winners
Men's Basketball: Canton Pounds Vermont Tech 80-53
Women's Basketball: Canton Beats Vermont Tech 76-61
Boys Hockey: Salmon River Wins, Canton Blanks O.F.A.
Men's Hockey: Plattsburgh Racks 8-0 Win Over Canton
Boys Wrestling: Massena Grapples To Win Over Malone


Massena native and National Hockey League player Zach Bogosian was traded closer to home yesterday. Massena hockey fans reacted with general delight to learn that Bogosian was traded to the Buffalo Sabres in a seven-player deal with the Winnipeg Jets. He has been active in the NHL since the 2008-‘09 season. As a defenseman, Bogosian has 40 goals and 37 assists in nearly 400 games played. While many fans are pleased the native son will be playing closer to home, allowing them to see him play just six hours away, others note that the Sabres currently have the worst record in the league.


Ogdensburg basketball standout Kinnon LaRose announced he has made a verbal commitment to play Division I basketball at Siena College. LaRose becomes the first Section X basketball player in 37 years to land a scholarship and play for a Division I school. The last was Rick Carlisle from Lisbon who played at the universities of Maine and Virginia, and now is the current coach of the Dallas Mavericks. LaRose, in making the announcement on his Twitter page, said “I’m blessed for this opportunity and just thankful to everyone who has helped me along the way.” He reportedly received a scholarship offer from Siena on Monday; Coach Jimmy Patsos traveled to the North Country to see LaRose play at Brushton-Moira on Tuesday. LaRose plans to officially sign his letter of intent in mid April.


Potsdam’s Jacob Crary (30) makes the save against Salmon River’s Sean David (13).  After Potsdam broke out to a 1-0 lead just five minutes into the contest, Salmon River countered with two first-period goals and two more scores in the middle frame to forge a 4-1 lead.  The Sandstoners chipped away, but fell to the Shamrocks 5-3.  Chad George tied the game with the first of his a pair of goals, then Sean David put the Shamrocks in front for good when he scored off a turnover.  Salmon River keepers Jarrad Jackson and Develin Laughing combined for 19 saves, while Potsdam goalie Jake Crary stopped 26 shots.  (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Doyle scores 21 points to lift colts past panthers

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Miranda Collins (11) takes a three-point shot over a Colton-Pierrepont defender.   The Panthers kept the game close in the first half, trailing 27-24 at the half.  The Colts opened the second half with 10 straight points to open up a 13-point margin that proved to be the difference in the game.  The Panthers righted their play, but the two teams matched points the rest of the way.  The Colts beat the Panthers 57-44.  (Bob LaRue photo) Game Gallery


Boys Basketball: Chateaugay, O.F.A., Harrisville Clinch
Girls Basketball: Potsdam Trips Malone; OFA Wins Title
Men's Basketball: Skidmore Bumps S.L.U. in 76-71 Win
Women's Basketball: Skidmore Edges S.L.U. 67-65
Boys Hockey: Malone Overwhelms Northeastern Clinton
Women's Hockey: Utica Shuts Down SUNY Canton 5-0

Colts pull away late for 50-41 victory over panthers

Colton-Pierrepont’s Zach Farr (14) leaps over three Parishville-Hopkinton defenders for two points. The Colts and Panthers battled a tough back and fourth through three quarters.   Then P-H ran into foul trouble in the final period.  The Colts capitalized by hitting 10-of-11 free throws, en route to a 50-41 victory.  (Bob LaRue photo) Game Gallery

Key threes late in game lift pirates past MORRISTOWN

Harrisville’s Nate Weaver (10) scores the layup early in Tuesday’s game at Morristown.  The two teams played a fast-paced physical game with the Rockets leading the Pirates by just five points at the half.  Harrisville deployed a tougher full-court defense causing a few key turnovers, leading the Pirates to the 45-33 win and the West Division regular-season title. (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

Monday, February 9, 2015

st. Lawrence central downs st. regis falls 61-38

St. Regis Falls Macy Fraser (24) looks for an open teammate past St. Lawrence Central defender Morgan Greer (4).  The Saints found scoring in the second half, but it wasn't enough to overcome the Larries' fast 24-3 start.  St. Lawrence went on to win 61-38.  The Larries were led by Breanna Evans with 14 points and 11-point outputs from Chelsea Savage and Bailie Gauthier. Briannah Work also had 14 points to lead St. Regis Falls.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

McCormick'S ot goal lifts bears to 3-2 win VS. LARRIES

Canton’s Jake Facey (31) covers the puck for the save against St. Lawrence Central’s Nathan Stickney (17).  Andrew McCormick drilled home a rebound with 1:09 left in overtime cap a 3-2 thriller over St. Lawrence Central. Josh Huiatt scored the two goals in regulation for the Bears. Jacob Facey backstopped the win with 36 saves in the Canton net. Stickney led the Larries with a goal and an assist, while Nate Burnett provided 31 saves. (Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Girls Hoops: P'dam Tops Raiders; Canton Trips Malone
Boys Hockey: Canton Tips SLC in OT; SR Nips Tupper


The Canton Golden Bears handed Malone just their second league loss of the season, but – combined with Ogdensburg’s win over Brushton-Moira, the loss knocked the Huskies from first place in the Central Division in the last week of the regular season. Canton’s Natalie DiSalvo scorched twine for 29 points, while Bailey Luther chipped in 14 points. Malone’s balanced attack included 10 points each for Taylor Poirier, Meghan O’Connor and Abigail Collins

The Blue Devils climbed past Malone and into first place in the Central Division with a 55-37 win over Brushton-Moira. Riley Luckie led O.F.A. with 18 points, while Taylor Perry added 13 points. Ogdensburg improved to 11-1, a game a head of the Huskies in the Central Division standings. Micaela McCarthy led the Panthers with 15 points.

Sat.-Sun., February 7-8, 2015

CLARKSON WINS: Coleman breaks SETS scoring MARK

Clarkson’s Felix Abongo (33) takes the close jump shot over Bard defender Pat Kelly (14) to continue the 7-0 run late in the first half.  The Raptors tried to mount a comeback late in the game, but fell short.  Clarkson won the game 62-56. John Coleman (Potsdam NY) broke the school's all-time scoring record, now with 1,592 points for his Clarkson career. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence pulls away late for 78-65 league win

St. Lawrence University’s Kaleb Faison (15) hits the layup past Vassar defenders Toni Caletti (13) and Erickson Wasyl (5)midway through the second half.  The Brewers closed to within five with five minutes remaining in the game, but the Saints pulled away in the closing minutes to win the home game 78-65. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

McCormick's hat trick POWERS bears to 9-1 win

Canton’s Matt Bollinger (12) and Potsdam’s Billy Bergan (21) battle for possession of the puck near the Sandstoners' goal. Andrew McCormick earned a hat trick as the Golden Bears rolled over the Sandstoners in a 9-1 Division I win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN saturday Headlines

Girls Basketball:Hammond, Heuvelton Win in West Race
Men's Basketball: S.L.U., Clarkson, SUNY Canton Win
Women's Hoops: St. Lawrence, Clarkson, Canton Win
Boys Hockey: Icemen Win Islanders Tourney in Shootout
Men's Hockey: Clarkson, St. Lawrence, Plattsburgh Win
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, S.L.U., Plattsburgh Win Big
Boys Swimming: AuSable Wins VII Title; Plattsburgh 2nd
Men's Swimming: Clarkson Swims Past Utica 118-60
Women's Swimming: Clarkson Beats Utica 112-57
Boys Track: Saranac Wins Invitational, Ogdensburg 2nd
Girls Track: Canton Wins Invitational; Gouverneur 5th

canton ROOS coast to 82-46 win over Albany pharmacy

Albany Pharmacy’s Brandon Votra (40) from St. Regis Falls, lines up the short range jumper over two SUNY Canton defenders. Canton pulled away midway through the first half on the strength of a 16-3 run to lift the Roos to victory over the Panthers 82-46. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

CANTON WOMEN earn 57-54 WIN VS. Albany phARMACY

SUNY Canton’s Logan Tallman (14) from Heuvelton, NY, races past Albany Pharmacy defenders Dannie Griffin (42) and Alexa Schooly (22) to score two points and break an early tie score. The Roos and the Panthers battled a close game throughout. However, Canton held off the Panthers for a 57-54 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Massena has won another New York State hockey championship – this time it’s the girls turn to celebrate.  Massena jumped on Kenmore early, en route to a 3-0 win for the state championship. Molly O’Connell dug a puck away from the boards just past the Kenmore blue line and tossed a centering pass to Amber Thomas, left alone in the slot. Thomas lifted the puck just inside the left post to put Massena up 1-0 at 1:28 of the opening period. The ultimate breakthrough came with just 3:01 remaining in the game when Bailey Dillabough’s forechecking forced a Kenmore turnover in the offensive zone. From the feed, Thomas wristed her second goal of the game past Kenmore keeper Lauren Pray (21 saves) to provide the Raiders with a huge insurance marker. KC Herne put the game out of reach with an empty-net goal with 56 seconds remaining. Full story

Saranac Wins inviTATIONAL; O.F.A. 2nd, Indian River 3rd

Norwood-Norfolk’s Austin Ames fires his first attempt in the shot put event. Saranac Central won the tri-section invitational earning 79 points. Ogdensburg (73), Indian River (62), Norwood-Norfolk (52) and Plattsburgh (50) rounded out the top five. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Canton Tops 18 TEAMS AT  Invitational; WILDCATS 5TH

Norwood-Norfolk’s Jessica James takes her final attempt in the long jump event. Canton won the tri-section invitational racking up 105 points, followed by Clinton (74.5), Saranac Central (61), Plattsburgh (52) and Gouverneur (39) rounding out the top five places. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery