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Sat.-Tues., November 18-21, 2017

NCSN SATURDAY-TUESDAY Headlines

Men's Basketball: SLU Rallies Past Canton; Bears Win
Women's Basketball: Clarkson Defeats Canton 55-50
Girls Hockey: Oswego Nips Massena; Potsdam Wins OT
Men's Hockey: Knights 1st Place;Potsdam Upsets Cards
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, SLU, Potsdam, Platts. Win
Men's Swimming: Clarkson Wins No.Co. Invitational
Women's Swimming: Potsdam 2nd, Clarkson 4th at NCI

Oswego opens season with 4-3 victory over massena


Three Massena forwards crash the Oswego goal early in the first period. The Red Raiders scored first on an unassisted goal from Brittany Streeter early in the first period to take a 1-0 lead. The Buccaneers scored with just seconds remaining in the first period, tying the game at 1-1. Oswego captured the 4-3 victory over Massena to open the 2017-18 season. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 


Clarkson fends off canton comeback for 55-50 win


SUNY Canton’s Tatiana Laroche (24) leaps over four Clarkson defenders to score taking a quick 4-0 lead over the Golden Knights to begin the game. Clarkson surged in the second half jumping to a 25-13 lead.  The Kangaroos staged a comeback in the second half, but fell just short as Clarkson won 55-50. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

PLATTSBURGH MEN fall to suny POTSDAM IN 3-1 DEFEAT


SUNY Potsdam’s Jake Martin (12) pops a shot toward the net, but just misses over the SUNY Plattsburgh goal.  SUNY Potsdam came from behind 1-0 after the first period to upset SUNY Plattsburgh 3-1, the Bears first win over Plattsburgh since 2008.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

ST. LAWRENCE earns come back win over suny canton


St. Lawrence University’s Riley Naclerio (32) wraps around SUNY Canton defender Victor Bakre (12) to score midway through the second half. The Kangaroos held a 20-point lead over the Saints late in the first half. However, St. Lawrence outscored SUNY Canton 56-29 in the second half to capture the 89-78 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

 SUNY POTSDAM men OPEN WITH NORTH CO. INVITATIONAL


SUNY Potsdam’s Nosa Onabor (35) hits the layup to extend the Bears' lead to 17-14 in the first half. SUNY Potsdam went on to beat Bridgewater 85-78 in the championship of the North Country Invitational.  The Bears improved to 2-0 on the season.(Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Friday, November 17, 2017

SUNY potsdam HOLDS OFF SUNY CANTON 64-55 IN OPENER


SUNY Potsdam guard Nicole Hansen makes one of two free throws, on her way to a five-point performance.  Potsdam held off a second half Roos’ surge, beating Canton 64-55 in the semifinals of the annual Kevin Fee-Roos' Classic at SUNY Canton.  (Jeff Brashich photo)  Game Gallery
 


NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Men's Basketball: Potsdam Wins Opener; Others Beaten
Women's Hoops: Potsdam Outlasts Canton; SLU Bows
Men's Hockey: Canton, Clarkson Win; S.L.U. Defeated
Women's Hockey: Canton, Potsdam Win; Saints Tie

canton RALLIES FOR THREE 3RD PERIOD GOALS TO WIN 5-1 


SUNY Canton junior Hannah Brady (24) scores the fifth goal against Salem late in the third period. Canton won the game 5-1, after scoring three unanswered goals in the final period.  (Jeff Brashich photo)  Game Gallery

canton PULLS OFF 6-3 UPSET VICTORY VS. BROCKPORT


Canton center Josh Sova (23) scores the Roos’ second goal of the game with 4.7 seconds left in the first period to give Canton a 2-1 lead over Brockport. Canton goes on to upset Brockport 6-3, scoring four goals in the third period, including another goal by Sova.  (Jeff Brashich photo)  Game Gallery
 

Friday-Sunday, November 10-12, 2017

glens falls fends off wildcats in 28-26 victory


  Gouverneur’s Peyton Schmitt (44) pushes forward for the first down.  He would go on to score the game's first two touchdowns on big yardage plays, but Glens Falls would go on to win 28-26 in the New York State Class B quarterfinal. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

 fenlong wins offensive mvp countryman defensive mvp


Gouverneur quarterback Connor Fenlong (11) presses past the Glens Falls' defense for the first down.  Fenlong was named Offensive MVP, while Jordan Countryman was selected Defensive MVP for Gouverneur in the game.

NCSN WEEKEND HeadlineS

Section X Football: Gouverneur, O.F.A. Fall in States
Section VII Football: Moriah Falls in State Quarterfinals
College Football: St. Lawrence Season Ends in Loss
Women's Soccer: Canton Drops Pair in ACAA Regional
Women's Volley: Clarkson Season Ends in Regionals
Men's Hockey: Clarkson, Potsdam Win; SLU, Canton Fall
Women's Hockey: Clarkson Wins, P'dam Ties, SLU Falls

ST. LAWRENCE ENDS SEASON AT 2-8, in LOSS TO BROCKPORT


St. Lawrence’s Cameron Edwards (80) spins out for the first down, spearheading a drive that would result in the Saints' only score, just before the half. St. Lawrence fell to SUNY Brockport 28-7 in their final game of the season at Leckonby Stadium. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery


CLARKSON SEASON ENDS WITH HEARTBREAKER TO BABSON 3-2


Clarkson’s Rachel Reusch (12) sails high and spikes the ball to score a point.  In a gut-wrenching, long extended semifinal match, Clarkson fell to Babson 3-2 in the NCAA Regional semifinals. Clarkson won 29-27, lost 25-21, gutted out a 33-31 win in the third set, before being edged 25-23 and 15-12.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

ST. LAWRENCE WOMEN BOW TO BOSTON COLLEGE IN 6-3 FINAL


St. Lawrence’s Kayla Nielsen (20) nets the puck past a diving Boston College goalie for the Saints' first goal of the game and cutting the BC lead to 2-1.  St. Lawrence fell to Boston College 6-3.  (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

argyle ADVANCES IN 3-1 win over Chateaugay IN STATES


Argyle attacker Danielle Sill (7) spikes the ball past the Chateaugay defender Valerie Titus (5) to score a point for the Scots midway through the first set of the match. Argyle battled with the Bulldogs earning the 3-1 to advance in the NYSPHSAA Class D Tournament. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Girls Volley States: O.F.A., Potsdam, Chateaugay All Fall

Hudson falls shuts out ogdensburg in N.Y. OPENER


Ogdensburg’s Rileigh Planty (13) spikes the ball for a score, but the Blue Devils would fall to Hudson Falls 3-0 in the opening regional round of the New York State Class B playoffs.  (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

voorheesville blanks potsdam in state opener


Potsdam’s Camryn Mangual (7) sets the ball over the hands of Voorheesville defenders Amelia Rowland (12) and Sophia Whiteman (14) to score a point for the Sandstoners midway through the second set. The Blackbirds swept the Sandstoners 3-0  to advance in the NYSPHSAA Class C Tournament. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

Sunday, November 5, 2017

canton wins championship, malone 2nd, potsdam 3rd


The Canton Golden Bears swim team celebrate with their championship banner after capturing the Section X Overall Championship earning 299.5 points in the sectional meet. The Malone Huskies took second in the meet posting 224 points. The Potsdam Sandstoners (171), Massena Red Raiders (145) and the Gouverneur Wildcats (135) rounded out the top five team finishes. (Cody Jenne photo) Championship Gallery

swimmers from across section x earn medals


Medal winners in the 200-yard freestyle relay celebrate after the race with their medals. The Canton team comprised of Emily Wentworth, Sophia Silver, Grace O’Neil and Julia Domena won the race recording a time of 1:45. The Malone relay team of Emma Dumas, Amaya Campbell, Rachel Boyea and Madison West placed second with their time of 1:46, while the Potsdam team of Ryan Shipp, Dallas Brown, Sina Lufkin and Emma Ormsby finished third. (Cody Jenne photo) Awards Gallery 

NCSN MONDAY Headlines

Girls Swimming: Canton, Malone, Potsdam Top Teams

 


Swimmers from across Section X burst off the starting blocks and make their way down the pool in the first stretch of the 200-yard freestyle event that was won by St. Lawrence Central’s Emily Lantry in a time of 2:05.

Sat.-Sun., November 4-5, 2017

WILDCATS ESCAPE SCORING FRENZY BEATING PERU 52-31


Gouverneur’s Connor Fenlong (11) calls his own number for the touchdown, expanding Gouverneur's early lead to 22-6. Gouverneur came back from a tough second quarter and a lead of just 28-25 at the half, to beat Peru 52-31 in the New York State Class B regional semifinal at AuSable Valley.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

MADRID-WADDINGTON FALLS TO CHAZY 1-0 IN QUARTERFINAL


Madrid-Waddington’s Nathan Moulton (34) climbs over a Chazy striker to snare the ball, keeping the game close at 1-0 in the second half.  However, Madrid-Waddington was unable to produce the equalizer as Chazy won 1-0 in the New York Class D quarterfinal game at Plattsburgh.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Friday, November 3, 2017

 massena captures 3-1 win over ogdensburg in semis


Massena attacker Alyssa Eubank (24) drives the ball over Ogdensburg defender Rose Jeneault (9) to score a point for the Red Raiders early in the third set. Massena forged victories in the first, third and fourth seta to capture the 3-1 victory over the Blue Devils in the Section X overall semifinals.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

chateaugay shuts out potsdam 3-0 IN SEMIFINAL


Chateaugay’s Grace Harrigan (22) pops the ball over the net past Potsdam’s Emily Smith (6) and Camryn Mangual (7) to score. Chateaugay won 3-0 over the Potsdam in three close sets, 28-26 win in the first set, then putting away Potsdam 25-19 and 25-16 in th eSection X overall semifinal round.  (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery
 


NCSN FRIDAY HeadlineS

Section X Football: O.F.A. Wins; Tupper Falls in States
Section VII Football: Moriah Wins;Saranac Falls in States
Girls Volleyball: Chateaugay Tops Massena in Title Tilt
Women's Volley: Clarkson Beats Vassar in Lg. Semifinal
Men's Hockey:Clarkson Wins; Saints Fall; Potsdam Wins
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, S.L.U., Plattsburgh Win

chateaugay knocks off massena in overall final 3-0


Chateauguay's Valerie Titus (5) spikes the ball between Massena defenders Alyssa Eubank (24) and Makenzee Lazore (1) to score a point for the Bulldogs in the first set. The Bulldogs captured the 3-0 shutout victory over the Massena Red Raiders to earn the Section X Overall Championship. (Cody Jenne photo)  NCSN File Gallery

Potsdam's pecora wins 2017 patty baldwin award


Potsdam’s Izzy Pecora (9) celebrates with her family and coach after winning the 2017 Patty Baldwin Award. Also nominated for the award this year were Chateauguay’s Grace Harrigan (22) and Massena’s McKenzie Lazore (1).  (Cody Jenne photo) Championship Awards Gallery

ogdensburg captures 50-20 victory over saranac


Ogdensburg’s Mecci Johnson (11) receives the catch past a Saranac Central cornerback for the two-point conversion in the first quarter. The Blue Devils jumped to a quick 30-8 lead by halftime and held off the Chiefs comeback attempts to capture the 50-20 win to advance to the quarterfinals of the NYSPHAA Class C Tournament. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery
 

OGDENSBURG 50, SARANAC CENTRAL 20
The Ogdensburg Blue Devils wasted no time in putting Saranac Central into a deep hole – so deep that even their very spirited and ambitious efforts to swing the momentum could not overcome. With just 50 seconds gone in the second quarter, the Blue Devils had pounded, sprinted and passed themselves into a 30-0 lead in the New York State Class C regional semifinal at Potsdam Central. The Chiefs closed the gap to 22 points and forced a turnover, looking like they might get back within striking distance before the half, but a promising drive was grounded when they were unable to convert on fourth down. The Devils rampage started on the game’s first drive. Wyatt Kirby scored on a three-yard sweep and Ogdensburg jumps out to an 8-0 lead with Kirby catching the two-point conversion in the middle of the end zone. The second drive was more smash-mouth, with six points added on a one-yard keeper in which QB Michael Reed disappeared under the pileup at the goal line. After several seconds and digging through the pile of players, two officials signaled the touchdown. Mecca Johnson caught the extra points in the corner of the end zone, 16-0 OFA. Zach Bidwell then stared a 29-yard TD pass for the Devils’ third strike. And on the ensuing Chiefs’ drive, Luke Maye's pass was picked off by Hayden Ives who juked 51 yards for the touchdown. 30-0. But the Chiefs showed the resilience that marked their first-ever Section VII Class C title and this, their first-ever state playoff game. Maye called his own number on the next drive and scrambled 25 yards to paydirt. 30-8 with 2:24 remaining in the half. The Chiefs quickly snagged an immediate Blue Devil turnover... More Details

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

NCSN Wednesday Headlines

Boys Soccer States: O.F.A. Falls in PKs; Larries Bow 1-0
Girls Soccer: Potsdam Wins on PKs; B-M Panthers Fall
Men's Soccer: Plattsburgh Beats Cortland 3-1 in Semis
Women's Soccer: Plattsburgh Wins SUNY Semifinal 3-0
Girls Volleyball: O.F.A., Potsdam, Chateaugay Win Titles
Boys XC: Malone, Canton, N-N Flyers Win Class Titles
Girls XC: Malone, Canton, N-N Flyers Win Class Titles

Potsdam WINS STATE OPENER advancING IN  shootout 4-2


Potsdam’s Laura Dudek (1) slips past Northeastern Clinton defender Marlie Sample (13) to fire a shot on goal. However, the shot was scooped up by Cougars goalkeeper Abrielle Racine, keeping the game scoreless early in the first half.  The Sandstoners and Northeastern Clinton battled to a 0-0, four-overtime tie.  Potsdam won in penalty kicks 4-2 to advance to the quarterfinals n the NYSPHSAA Class B Tournament.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

brushton-moira falls to northern adirondack 1-0


Brushton-Moira forward Myah King (3) traps the ball away from the Northern Adirondack midfielder to regain possession of the ball off the Bobcats' throw in early in the second half. Brynne Gilmore scored the lone goal in the game with 19:21 remaining to capture the 1-0 win for Northern Adirondack in the opening round of the New York State Class C playoffs.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery
 

LAKE PLACID'S LONE GOAL SINKS LARRIES IN STATES

LAKE PLACID 1, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0
A 12th minute goal held up for the remaining 68 minutes as Lake Placid netted a 1-0 win in the New York State Class C opening round. Lake Placid’s Jaso Hannula netted the game’s only goal on a pass from Jarell Paul. Goalie Jacob Novick protected the shutout with four saves for the Bombers. Zach St. Hilaire was kept busy with 16 saves for the Larries who closed out their season at 11-6-1.

Ogdensburg fends off Gouverneur to win title 3-1


The Ogdensburg Blue Devils celebrate with the Section X Championship banner after capturing the 3-1 victory over the Gouverneur Wildcats to win the Section X Class B title. The Wildcats won the first set 25-17.  However, the Blue Devils battled back to win the next three sets 25-23, 25-13 and 25-16. Ogdensburg now advances into the NYSPHSAA Class B Tournament and the Section X overall semifinals vs. Massena. (Cody Jenne photo) Match Gallery 

Potsdam wins class b title 3-1 over canton bears


The Potsdam Sandstoners celebrate with the Section X Championship banner after defeating the Canton Golden Bears 3-1 to capture the Section X Class C title. The Golden Bears picked up the 25-15victory in the first set, after scoring the first 14 straight points.  The Sandstoners bounced back to win the next three sets 25-11, 25-7 and 25-14 to pick up the victory. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

chateaugay wins 15th straight class d title 3-0


A Chateaugay attacker spikes the ball over Madrid-Waddington defender Rachel Geagan (17) and Alexis VanPattern (24) to score a point for the Bulldogs early in the first set. The Bulldogs earned the shutout victory with a three-set sweep over the Yellow Jackets for their 15th consecutive Section X Class D Championship. (Sam Wangerin photo) Match Gallery   

Malone, Canton, N-N FLYERS BOYS win sectionals


Runners from all nine Section X teams burst off the starting line to begin the Section X Championship meet on the Brushton-Moira course. The Malone Huskies won the Class B Championship with 15 points. The Canton Golden Bears won the Class C Championship earning 34 points, while the Norwood-Norfolk Flyers won the Class D Championship recording 16 points in the meet.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Championship Gallery  

Bessette set pace; Malone, Canton, N-N Win titles


Canton's Grace Bessette captured the individual victory in the Section X Cross Country Championship, recording the best time of 19:08, closely followed by Norwood-Norfolk's Sydney Levison posting a 19:11 time.  Norwood-Norfolk's Madeline Dinneen, along with Canton's Ariana Wittaker and Ciera Royce rounded out the top five individual competitors.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Championship Gallery

O.F.A. TIES STATE OPENER,
BUT FALLS IN SHOOTOUT 3-2

SARANAC CENTRAL 0, OGDENSBURG 0 (4OT/Tie)
Saranac wins advancement shootout 3-2

It was deva vu in reverse for the Ogdensburg Blue Devils, with a bitter ending in the first round of the New York State Class B playoffs. Justyn McCormick collected a school-record 29th career shutout in net. Ogdensburg appeared to win the game in the fourth and final overtime when, with 19 seconds remaining, the Blue Devils appeared to score. But just as O.F.A. won in PK’s vs. Potsdam in the Section X Class B final, after a goal waived off for offside in the overtime. The same happened in reverse for the Blue Devils in the state opener. The potential goal was waved for goaltender interference and Saranac Central went on to win the shootout 3-2. Easton Garvey and Ian Morrow scored in the shootout for the Devils. The game is officially a tie, with the Chiefs advancing to the state quarterfinal round. O.F.A.’s season ended at 11-6-1.

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

s.l.u. men NIP SKIDMORE 1-0 TO ADVANCE IN QUARTERFINAL


Skidmore’s Jeremy Tenenbaum (6) battles around St. Lawrence University defender Ryan Crouse (24) as he charges his way toward the Saints goal early in the first half. St. Lawrence University outlasted Skidmore 1-0 to advance to the semifinals in the Liberty League Tournament.. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

s.l.u. women BLOW OUT R.P.I. IN LIBERTY LG. QUARTERFINAL


St. Lawrence University forward Hannah Merriam (19) blasts the ball past RPI goalkeeper Tori Riopelle (1) to score the fifth goal of the game for the Saints early in the second half. St. Lawrence University earned the 6-0 shutout victory over the Engineers to advance to the semifinals of the Liberty League Tournament.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery