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Sat.-Sun., April 18-19, 2015


Boys Baseball: O.F.A. Splits at Rome; H-D Falls To A.Bay
Girls Softball: Alexandria Bay Rolls Past Hermon-DeKalb
Men's Baseball: Clarkson, Canton Split; SLU Drops Pair
Women's Softball:Plattsburgh Sweeps;SLU, Canton Split
Boys Lacrosse: OFA Outlasts Indian River; Canton Bows
Girls Lacrosse: Salmon River Falls To Watertown 19-4
Men's Lacrosse: Clarkson, Plattsburgh, Potsdam Win
Women's Lacrosse: S.L.U., Clarkson, Potsdam Beaten


The SUNY Potsdam men's lacrosse team's (7-5, 3-1 SUNYAC) offense continued to roll as it defeated the College at Brockport (7-6, 2-2) 16-7 for its second straight SUNYAC victory. Freshman attackman Eric Soderquist (Watertown, N.Y./Watertown) scored a career and game-high four goals to lead the Bears. Junior midfielder Matt Kennedy (Clay, N.Y./Cicero-North Syracuse) had three goals and junior attackman Ed Doherty (Amherst, N.Y./Amherst) and sophomore attackman Matt Moran (Watertown, N.Y./Immaculate Heart) each finished with two goals and an assist.


For the third consecutive doubleheader, the Clarkson University Baseball team took one out of the two games. This time it was against Rensselaer and the Golden Knights dropped the first game by the score of 3-0, but came back to win the second game 4-1. Clarkson now has a 15-4 overall record and is 9-3 in the Liberty League while RPI is 15-11 overall and 14-4 in conference games. The first game was a pitcher's duel with junior Ian Castle for Clarkson and Jared Jenson for RPI pitching shutouts through the first six innings. The Engineers would finally break through with three runs in the top of the seventh on three hits. That would be all Jenson needed as he got three straight outs in the bottom of the inning to complete the shutout. Castle would finish with seven innings pitched, giving up three runs on eight hits and three strikeouts. RPI would open the second game just like they had finished the first, with the Engineers picking up a run in the top of the first on one hit. Clarkson would get their first run of the day in the bottom of the frame. Sophomores Paul Ludden and Chris Miller hit consecutive singles and then an RPI error on a ball hit by freshman Will Coleman drove in Ludden to tie the game. The Green and Gold would take their first lead two innings later. Consecutive singles by senior John Coleman and Ludden opened the inning and one out later a groundout by junior Greg Jasek scored Coleman. Will Coleman followed that up with a single of his own to score Ludden and give Clarkson a 3-1 lead. Clarkson would tack on one more in the fourth inning when consecutive RPI errors allowed junior Anthony Padrazo to score. That would be the last of the scoring as sophomore Dom Pirro and Will Coleman did not allow an RPI run in the final eight innings. Pirro pitched the first seven innings, scattering six hits while only allowing the single run and Coleman pitched the final two frames and did not give up a single hit. The two teams will play two more games tomorrow starting at 12:00 noon. 


The SUNY Canton baseball team swept host Alfred State College 3-1 and 9-5 on Saturday afternoon. Game 1: Chris Roenbeck (Plattsburgh, NY) doubled to right field to score Seth Douglas (Reedsburg, WI) in the top of the fourth. The Roos would add two more runs in the fifth to spot the pitching staff a 3-0 lead. Wilson Matos (Brooklyn, NY) reached on an error in the fifth to score Chris Jones (Deerfield  Beach, FL) and Douglas used a base hit to bring Matos across.  The Pioneers would bring across a run in the bottom half of the fifth but John Mancini (Scotia, NY) came on to close the door throwing two innings of one hit ball to earn his first save of the season. Travis Bigelow (Ottawa, ON) earned the win on the mound tossing five innings surrendering just four hits and one earned run. Game 2: The Roos jumped out to a quick start in the nightcap plating three in the top of the first on a Douglas three-run homer scoring Matos and Christian Nazario-Cruz (Naguabo, Puerto Rico).  Alfred State scored four runs plating one in the second, two in the third and one in the fourth to take a 4-3 lead. SUNY Canton knotted the game at four in the top of the fifth with a solo shot from Matos.  The teams would take the 4-4 tie into extra innings as neither team could score a run in the sixth or seventh. The Roos came through with their biggest inning of the day scoring five runs in the eighth. Vinny Bondinello (Egg Harbor, NJ) bunted home Jesse Barton (Belle Glade, FL). Jones followed with a base hit to left plating Bondinello. Matos doubled home a pair of runs and Douglas rounded out the scoring with a single to score Matos.  Alfred State would bring one run across in the bottom of the inning Mancini closed out the game for the win.  Mancini finished off a solid day earning a save and win in two appearances on the day. He threw one inning giving up two hits and one earned run. Derek Harkin (Ottawa, ON) earned the no-decision.

Friday, April 17, 2015


Saranac Lake midfielder Taylor Murray (9) fights for possession of the ball surrounded by Potsdam defensemen in front of the Sandstoners goal.  Potsdam edged out to leads of 2-1 after the first quarter and 3-2 at the half, before taking control with three straight markers to open the third frame. Billy Bergan posted a pair of goals and an assist, while Cameron Talcott and Keenan O’Gorman and Cameron Talcott added two goals apiece in lifting Potsdam to its first win of the season, beating Saranac Lake 8-3. Sam Woods and Max Warden also scored single goals for the Sandstoners. D.J. Morgan scored for Saranac Lake (0-4). (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Canton beats potsdam in season opener 15-9

Potsdam’s Connor Prosper (23) takes a big swing to try and put the ball into play. The Sandstoners would fight from behind by knocking three runs in the bottom of the first, after giving up six runs to Canton earlier in the inning.  In the Bears' season opener, Canton would move on to beat the Sandstoners 15-9. (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN friday Headlines

Boys Baseball: P-H Sweeps Pair; B-M, N-N, Canton Win
Girls Softball: Wildcats, SLC Win in 9th; Malone Wins 4-3
Women's Softball: Potsdam, Plattsburgh Drop Twinbills
Boys Lacrosse:Potsdam Wins First;Canton, Salmon Win
Girls Lacrosse: Salmon Beats Massena, Ties For First
Women's Lacrosse: Union Nips SLU, Clarkson Falls

Canton tops potsdam 17-1

Potsdam’s Kelsey Green (12) tosses a pitch against Canton.  Canton jumped out to an 8-0 lead in the first inning, then outscored Potsdam 9-1 over the final four innings in a 17-1 victory. (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Green Demons win thriller over e-k cougars 11-10

Edwards-Knox's Thomas White (6) tags a Hermon-DeKalb runner at second base for the out. With the Cougars up 10-4, the Green Demons rallied for seven runs in their final at bat, winning 11-10 on a walkoff  to earn their first win in three years.  H-D's Hunter Woodrow had a two-run homerun in the 5th inning and an RBI double in the 7th frame to tie the game.  Patrick Woodrow sprinted home on a passed ball to provide the game-winning walk-off run. Devon Sharlow and Tyler Jandreau notched two hits for the Cougars in their season opener.  (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

wildcats down red raiders in season opener in 8-3 win

Massena's Devin Page (10) launches a ball into rightfield for a base hit. Gouverneur earned key runs early in the game to defeat the Red Raiders 8-3 and open their season with a victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Salmon River's David Roundpoint (6) tags Brushton-Moira's Austin Tavernia (24) to record the second out of the third inning.  The Panthers scored quickly in delivering 14-1 interdivisional victory over Salmon River. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Boys Baseball: H-D Upsets E-K; Wildcats Trip Massena
Girls Softball: Larries, E-K, Lisbon, Heuv.,Hammond Win
Women's Softball:SLU Beats Canton 7-3;Clarkson Splits
Girls Lacrosse: Heuvelton Nips Canton; Salmon Wins
Women's Lacrosse: Canton Tops Alfred University 15-6

Cougars RACE to 14-3 win over h-d green demons

Hermon-DeKalb’s Danielle Kerr (24) connects with the ball.  The Cougars opened up their 2015 season with a solid 14-3 victory in West Division action. Edwards-Knox pitcher Mikayla Bacon kept the Green Demons off balance and collected 12 strikeouts in the Cougars’ season debut. On the offensive side, Mackenzie Hall delivered four hits including two triples in the Cougars’ road win.  (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Sandstoners pull away from red raiders for win

Massena's Devin Kelley turns and rips a shot through three Potsdam defenders to tie the game at 8-8 in the second half.  Potsdam's Kalie Grant continued to wield the hot stick for Potsdam with seven goals.  Hannah Drechsel added three goals and Matisyn Beamer tallied twice.  Devin Kelly and Kyrsten Stone scored four goals each for Massena.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central downs sandstoners 13-4

Potsdam's Billy Bergan (21) and St. Lawrence Central's Brody Simons (5) battle for possession of the ball on the midfield line.  Jake Sutton blasted four goals, while Drew Rose and Isaiah Lyon each tallied twice for the Larries.  Sam Woods produced three goals to lead Potsdam.  St. Lawrence Central beat Potsdam 13-4 in a non-league matchup on Wednesday.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

CLARKSON splits double with r.i.t. in 7-5 loss, 3-1 win

Clarkson's Will Coleman (8) sends the ball into center field to earn a single and place a runner onto third base. The Golden Knights dropped the first game to the RIT Tigers 7-5 then came back to claim victory in the nightcap 3-1. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

A dominant pitching performance in the second game helped the Clarkson baseball team split a doubleheader with RIT at Jack Phillips Stadium. The Tigers won the first game by the score of 7-5, while the Golden Knights came away with a 3-1 victory in the second game. Clarkson is now 14-3 overall on the year and has an 8-2 Liberty League record while RIT is 13-5 and is 7-2 in conference play. Clarkson looked like they had the first game won after a double by senior John Coleman put the Green and Gold ahead 5-2 heading into the bottom of the seventh. However, three straight RIT singles to start the inning loaded the bases. After a Clarkson pitching change, RIT scored a run on a hit batter and then their left fielder, Will Gorman hit a grand slam to give RIT a 7-5 lead. RIT would retire three straight hitters in the bottom of the seventh to take the win. The Golden Knights would take the lead in top of the third in the second game when a single by sophomore Chris Miller drove in the first two runs of the game. RIT got one run back in the bottom of the fourth . But freshman Will Coleman was able to strike out Gorman and get the next hitter to line out to left to snuff out the threat. Clarkson added an insurance run in the top of the seventh when a double by Miller scored sophomore Paul Ludden and Coleman closed the door with three straight strikeouts in the bottom half of the frame. Junior Joe Rooney started the second game for Clarkson, giving up just a single run in five innings with six strikeouts. Coleman pitched the final two innings, racking up five strikeouts in route to his first collegiate save. 



Boys Baseball: Eight-Run Second Inning Spurs Flyers
Girls Softball: Brushton-Moira Rolls Past Colts 10-0
Men's Baseball: Clarkson, Canton Split; SLU Shut Out
Women's Softball: St. Lawrence Splits With R.I.T. 1-0, 0-5
Boys Lacrosse: St. Lawrence Rises To Down Potsdam
Girls Lacrosse: Potsdam Stops Massena in 13-9 Victory
Men's Lacrosse:Plattsburgh Tops Clarkson;Canton Falls

Norwood-Norfolk downs
PP-H panthers in opener

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Garret Hayes (11) looks to get a secondary lead at first base during their game against Norwood-Norfolk.  Zach Benware laced four hits in leading the Flyers.  Tristan St. Andrews, Tristen Harvey and Peter Jarvis all cracked two hits for the Flyers in their season opener. (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

NCNCSN tuesday Headlines

Boys Baseball: Heuvelton Sweeps; Larries, Salmon Win
Men's Baseball: Plattsburgh Splits; Canton Falls 3-2
Girls Softball: Colts Nip Saints in 9th; O.F.A, Rockets Win
Women's Softball: Plattsburgh Tops Potsdam 3-1, 12-4
Boys Lacrosse: O.F.A., Salmon River, Massena Win
Men's Lacrosse: Potsdam Roars Past Oswego 16-5
Women's Lacrosse: Potsdam Drops 14-8 Decision

Huskies rally late TO BEAT MASSENA 7-2 IN 2015 OPENER

Malone’s Brooke Reville (16) launches a ball deep into center field to earn a double.  Malone scored for runs in the sixth inning for a 7-2 win.  Alissa McCauley tossed a three-hitter and struck out seven, but it was the Huskies’ sixth inning rally that blew open the game for a 7-2 Malone win in the season opener at Massena. Malone led 3-2 before the key sixth-inning rally. Brooke Reville led the Huskies’ attack with two hits – a single and a double. McCauley and Brittany Streeter each doubled for the Raiders, while Abbey Paduano had an RBI single.(Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Massena's quick scoring downs huskies 8-4 in opener

Massena second baseman Bailey Hewlett (2) leaps to snag the high throw from home plate, but was unable to stop Malone’s Jordan Boyea (1) from reaching second base in time. The Red Raiders put together a strong fourth inning, racking up four runs to take a 5-1 lead over the Huskies. Massena held on, despite a late Malone rally to capture an 8-4 win in the season opener. (Jenne photo) Game Gallery

plattsburgh sweeps bears in double header 3-1, 12-4

SUNY Plattsburgh’s Hope VanBrocklin (11) slides into second base after SUNY Potsdam second baseman Alexis Lerman has the ball slip from her glove.  Plattsburgh swept Potsdam 3-1, 12-4.(Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

MASSENA Raiders THWART larries' rally for 6-5 win

St. Lawrence Central attacker Drew Rose (16) drives a shot on goal, but the blast bounces off the post.  Rose led all scorers with two goals. The Larries rallied late, but just fell short in a 6-5 loss at Massena. The Red Raiders built a 4-2 lead, then had to fend off St. Lawrence Central’s late surge for a 6-5 win. Nick Henrie tossed in one goal and assisted on three others in helping keep Massena undefeated at 2-0 league, 3-0 overall. Seko Rourke, Brendan Broderick, Hunter Pyke, Evan Kassian and Kenrick Angus netted also netted single scores. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

b-m panthers pounce on bulldogs in opener 17-0

Chateauguay pitcher Caitlyn McCillicuddy (2) tosses the ball to first basemen Emily Dwyer (7) for an out.  The Panthers’ Emily O’Connor tossed a five-inning no-hitter in a game shortened by the 15-run mercy rule, in the season opener. The game also marked the return of the Panthers to the East Division, after a year in the Central Division as part of the Section X division-balancing rotation. (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery


Monday, April 13, 2015

NCSN Monday Headlines

Boys Baseball: Heuvelton Opens With 9-2 Win vs.Lisbon
Girls Softball: Hammond Raps Eagles; Heuvelton Wins
Women's Softball: Clarkson Sweeps Canton: 6-4 & 9-0
Boys Lacrosse: Ogdensburg Outlasts Indian River 12-10
Girls Lacrosse: Canton,Potsdam,Massena Pick Up Wins

6-4, 9-0 in double HEADER

SUNY Canton’s Annie Sharlow (22) hits a shot to rightfield in the Roos doubleheader against Clarkson. The Golden Knights won both games in the twinbill against the Roos. The first game was a 6-4 victory.  The second game was 9-0. (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery

Heuvelton scores four in second inning for first win

Heuvelton's second baseman Josh Trathen (20) tags out a Lisbon base runner at second to record the first out of the second inning.  Heuvelton pitcher Mike Martin fanned 11 Lisbon batters in leading the Bulldogs to a 9-2 win on opening day.  Ben Jacobs and Jordan Macaulay each rapped two singles for Heuvelton. Logan Matthews singled three times for Lisbon.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton'S tough defense ANCHORS WIN OVER lisbon

Lisbon's Amanda Mae (catcher) throws the ball to first base where the runner is caught off base to end the fourth inning.  Heuvelton's Paige McCormick drilled a home run and twirled a no-hitter with 15 strikeouts in guiding the Bulldogs to a 5-0 win. Katie Palmer stroked three hits for the Bulldogs in the season opener.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam scores eight quick goals in win vs. o.f.a.

Potsdam's Courtney DiTullio (10) and Ogdensburg's Taylor Smith (10) battle for possession of the ball near the Sandstoners net. Potsdam's Kalie Grant logged eight goals in powering Potsdam to a 14-7 victory.  Hannah Drechsel pitched in five goals and three assists, while Matisyn Beamer buried the other goal.  O.F.A. was led by Danielle Guimond who produced four goals and two assists. Sky Hoover tallied twice.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Players from Canton and Saranac Lake scramble for the ground ball near the sideline.  Mimi Husinec scored give times as Canton rolled over Saranac Lake.Angelina Vecchio also scored two goals and provided three assists as the Bears improved to 1-1.  (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery

Saturday, April 11, 2015

st. lawrence women top clarkson with home run 2-1

St. Lawrence University's Aisha O'Connor (10) just beats the throw to first base to earn a single and advance a runner into scoring position on second.  St. Lawrence edges Clarkson 2-1 in a tight opener, but Clarkson pounded S.L.U. 9-1 in the nightcap.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Men's Baseball: Clarkson Sweeps, S.L.U., Canton Split
Women's Softball: Clarkson, SLU Split; Bears,Cards Fall
Boys Lacrosse: Salmon River, Massena, Canton Wina>
Girls Lacrosse: Shamrocks Open With Win; O.F.A. Falls
Men's Lacrosse: Clarkson, SLU Win; Cards, Roos Bow
Women's Lacrosse: SLU, Canton Win; CU, Potsdam Fall


Heuvelton's Olivia St. Pierre (21) breaks free to score the lone first-half goal for the Lady Bulldogs late in the half.&n  Salmon River was able to control possession of the ball for most of the game, opening with a 10-1 run, en route to an 18-4 win over Heuvelton. The Shamrocks demonstrated a heightened scoring prowess to open the season behind the five-goal performance of Jacelyn Lazore. Mirabella Lazore added three goals, while Chrissy Benedict, Trysten Burns and Morgan Thompson hit the mesh twice. Heuvelton was led by Olivia St. Pierre with two goals, while Carin Sherwood and Alex Steele scored once each.(Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

roos top saints in 1st game 8-3; SAINTS WIN NIGHTCAP 4-0

St. Lawrence University's Andrew Schrevack(28) snags the ball that just beats SUNY Canton's Brandon Welch (42) for the out at first base.  The Kangaroos came back to win the first of two games 8-3.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

massena storms past sandstoners with 16-1 win

Potsdam's Max Warden (23) tangles with a Massena midfielder to regain possession of the ball after a faceoff.  The Red Raiders defeated the Sandstoners 16-1.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery