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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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

malone wins; Fulk, Marlow qualify for federation


Norwood-Norfolk’s Connor Fulk, Potsdam’s Chaz Agen, and Malone’s Curtis Landry emerge from the wooded trails side by side as they head into the second half of the Norwood-Norfolk course. Malone (32) won the interdivisional, the Flyers (39) were second.  Gouverneur, O.F.A. and Salmon River rounded out the top five.  (Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Canton, N-n, Malone top in interdivisional meet


Norwood-Norfolk’s Kaycie Saucier dashes over the railroad tracks and hit the final stretch of the interdivisional which she won in a time of 19:42.  Canton, which won only twice in dual meets all season, won the team total.  Meet Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Girls Soccer:Morristown Wins First; Potsdam-Malone Tie
Girls Swimming: Gouverneur Captures Share of Div. Title
Girls Volleyball: Chateaugay Clinches Share of East Title
Women's Volley: St. Lawrence Downs Plattsburgh 3-1
Boys XC: Malone, N-N, Gouverneur Top Interdivisional
Girls XC: Canton, Norwood-Norfolk, Malone Top the Field

caufield nets game-winner in lisbon's 3-0 win over h-d


Lisbon goalkeeper Hope Walker pounces on the ball to deny Hermon-DeKalb’s Sammi Carr a scoring opportunity.  Walker finished with a six-save shutout.  Madeline Caufield, Alex Amo and Anessia Field scored the goals for Lisbon who improved to 6-5 West, 6-6-1 overall.  Hermon-DeKalb is 2-8-1 in the West Division, 2-11-1 overall.  Both teams have one game remaining in the regular season. ( Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

potsdam and malone tie in battle of first place teams


Malone’s Gabrielle Collins (11) battles Potsdam’s Kayla Phillips (6) for possession of the ball.  Tied at the top of the Central to start the game, the Huskies and Sandstoners played to a 1-1 draw.  Both teams at 11-1-1 in the division have one game left in the regular season.  Potsdam's Kalie Grant scored in the 22nd minute.  Malone's Abby Collins responded just five minutes later, before the teams locked down the scoring defensively.  Potsdam's only divisional loss came at the hands of the Huskies, 2-1, earlier this season.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

SUNY POTSDAM ACCEPTING HALL OF FAME NOMINATIONS

From SUNY Potsdam Sports Information
The SUNY Potsdam Athletic Department announced an open call for nominations for the Bears Hall of Fame. Nominations can be submitted directly through the SUNY Potsdam athletics website, potsdambears.com. The "Bears Hall of Fame" link can be found on the left sidebar under the heading "Athletic Dept.". Or click on the link: Hall of Fame Nomination Form The Hall of Fame was created to recognize exceptional individuals who have made outstanding contributions as student-athletes, coaches, or in other ways that have brought recognition, honor and distinction to SUNY Potsdam and its athletic program. Ryan Hanretty '05 (men's lacrosse), Tom Hutchinson '77 (men's basketball), and Jodi Ziemba '07 (women's soccer) became the 34st class to be inducted into the Hall of Fame on July 12, 2014.


Monday, October 20, 2014

O.F.A. CAPTURES CENTRAL AS PINKERTON NETS LONE GOAL


Ogdensburg’s Hayden Woods (18) battles a Canton defender for possession of the ball.  Seth Pinkerton’s goal was assisted by Nate Peo in producing a 1-0 victory for the Blue Devils. Jacob Sias logged his 12th shutout of the season, which set a school record. With the win, the Blue Devils clinched the Northern Athletic Conference’s Central Division crown.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN MONDAY Headlines

Boys Soccer: O.F.A., Morristown, P-H Clinch Title Crowns
Girls Soccer: Chateaugay Clinches East; P-H, B-M Win
Girls Volleyball: O.F.A. Claims West; Potsdam, M-W Win

P-h captures share of east division TITLE IN 3-1 VICTORY


Parishville-Hopkinton’s Anthony Pullano (7) gains possession of the ball off the goal kick past Yellow Jackets defender Christian Lelong (17).   The Parishville-Hopkinton Panthers clinched at least a share of the East Division crown with a 3-1 win over the Jackets. Chase Simmons got the Panthers on the scoreboard in the first half, while David Odendahl countered with a first-half goal for the Jackets. Connor Sullivan put the Panthers in front and Wyatt Snell knocked in an insurance marker. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

sandstoners take out golden bears in three sets


Potsdam’s Sarah Vivlamore (1) taps the ball over the reach of Canton’s Angelina Vecchio. Potsdam won in straight sets: 25-7, 25-16, 25-19.  Vivlamore unleashed 16 service points, nine assists, three kills and two aces to lead the Sandstoners in the three-set sweep on the road at Canton. Elna Daby also drilled 11 points for Potsdam. The Sandstoners improved to 7-2 West, 10-5 overall, while Canton is 3-6, 3-12 overall.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Match Gallery

Sat.-Sun., October 18-19, 2014

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Section X Football: Canton Pulls Away To Beat Larries
Section VII Football: Red Storm Wins Thriller; Peru Wins
Boys Soccer: Watertown Edges Canton 2-1 Non League
Girls Soccer: M-W Edges N-N 2-1; E-K Ties Lisbon (NL)
Men's Soccer: Potsdam Win in OT; St. Lawrence Ties
Women's Soccer: Clarkson Wins OT; Potsdam Beaten
Women's Volley: Clarkson, Canton Sweep; S.L.U. Splits
Men's XC: Clarkson Finishes First at Hobart Invitational
Women's XC: Clarkson Places 2nd at Hobart Invitational

CLARKSON DROPS WEEKEND SERIES TO BOSTON UNIVERSITY


Clarkson’s Shannon MacAuley (4) takes a close range shot on goal but the shot is stopped by Boston University goalie Victoria Hansen (31).  The Clarkson women's hockey team fell into an early hole and could not recover against sixth-ranked Boston University, losing to the Terriers  in the second game of a non-league series on Saturday afternoon at Cheel Arena.  Clarkson rallied for two goals in the 3rd to close within a goal, but fell to the Terriers 5-2. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery
 


Saranac Lake Outlasts Beekmantown in Thriller


After a Red Storm turnover, Beekmantown running back Justin Stevens (22) plows into the end zone behind the block of offensive lineman Chris Rowell, capping an Eagles' comeback to tie the game at 21-21.  Saranac Lake went on to win 27-21. (Greg Ferguson photo)  Game Gallery

VanBibber, Yerdon lead cANTON over larries 47-20


St. Lawrence Central’s Mike Plante breaks the tackle and scores the first touchdown for the Larries to tie the game at 8-8. After a 14-14 tie, Canton scored 33 straight points to win 47-20.  (Cody Jenne photos)  Game Gallery

CLARKSON women CAPTURE sweep over plattsburgh


Clarkson senior Adrienne Walker (11) sends the ball past SUNY Plattsburgh’s Emily Miller (6).  Senior Day was celebrated in its usual fashion: with the Golden Knights coming away with a pair of victories. Fourth-year student-athletes Brooke Butkovsky, Kristen Orlandini and Adrienne Walker made the most of the day with a pair of sweeps over Utica College and SUNY Plattsburgh. The Golden Knights, ranked 16th in the latest AVCA Poll, improved to 25-3 overall .  (Cody Jenne photo) Match Gallery

Friday, October 17, 2014

ogdensburg tops massena to secure unbeaten season


 Ogdensburg’s Deven Compo (55) wraps up Massena’s Isaiah Dillabough (44) on a third-quarter carry and takes him to the ground.  The Blue Devils methodically marched on the Red Raiders, grinding out 10 unanswered points on long drives to close the first half with a 17-8 lead.  O.F.A. closed out an undefeated regular season at 7-0, with a 25-8 win over the Red Raiders.  (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

ST. LAWRENCE FALLS 3-2 IN O.T. DESPITE HAYDEN'S 44 SAVES

From St. Lawrence University Sports Information
Freshman goaltender Eric Hayton had the busiest night for a Saint goaltender since January of 2012, but couldn't steal at least a tie with nationally fourth-ranked Ferris State as sophomore wing Chad McDonald scored his third goal of the season 1:39 into overtime to give the Bulldogs a 3-2 win in the Saints home opener at Appleton Arena Friday night.   McDonald's goal came just after the Saints had killed off a Ferris State power play which had carried over into the extra period from the third. St. Lawrence could not get the puck out of its zone and McDonald took a feed from defenseman Brandon Anselmi, cut in front and scored his third of the year and the game winner to bump the Bulldogs to 2-0-0 on the young season   The Saints 1-2-0, got a huge game from Hayton, who made 44 saves, and the Saints were able to stay with the Bulldogs in a game which was end-to-end from start to finish.  More Details


NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Section X Football: Potsdam, Gouverneur, O.F.A. Win
Section VII Football: Moriah, Ticonderoga Score Big Wins
Girls Swimming: Canton Tops Plattsburgh Invitational
Boys Soccer: Potsdam, O.F.A., Rockets, H-D, E-K Win
Girls Soccer:Colts,Pirates Win OT; Potsdam,Malone, Win
Men's Soccer: Clarkson, St. Lawrence, Plattsburgh Win
Women's Soccer: S.L.U. Wins; Clarkson, Potsdam Fall
Girls Volleyball:Chateaugay,Massena, Salmon River Win
Women's Volley:Clarkson Beats Canton; Cardinals Win
Men's Hockey: St. Lawrence, Clarkson Fall By A Goal
Women's Hockey: S.L.U. Wallops Morris; Clarkson Falls

potsdam rallies for 30 straight in beating malone


Malone’s Zach Raymond (21) bounces to the outside and stiff arms Potsdam’s Chase Palmer (30) to the helmet. After trading opening touchdowns for a 14-14 tie midway through the second quarter, Malone gained a 21-14 lead at the half. However, after intermission, it took Potsdam just three plays, to cut the lead to 21-20 on a Chase Palmer 11-yard touchdown. Palmer finished with 14 carries for 146 yards. Warden bullied in from the seven-yard line to put Potsdam into the lead.  Potsdam scored 30 unanswered points in a 44-21 win. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery
 

Wildcats surge in 4th to defeat tupper lake 35-20


Tupper Lake runningback Brasen LaVassaur (31) breaks a tackle from Gouverneur’s Justin Garrison (55) and runs 15 yards to pick up a first down.  The Gouverneur Wildcats emerged from a 20-14 deficit by scoring the final three touchdowns of the contest to overcome the Tupper Lake Lumberjacks 35-20. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

SALMON RIVER SWEEP PAST TUPPER LAKE IN THREE SETS


Salmon River’s Brittany Brooks (20) sends the ball past a Tupper Lake defender to score a point.  Salmon River swept Tupper Lake 25-13, 25-6, 25-10. Salmon River improved to 5-3 East, 11-3 overall, while Tupper Lake is 1-7 East, 4-10 overall.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Match Gallery

Thursday, October 16, 2014

golden bears rally to top gouverneur 3 sets to 1


Canton’s Angelina Vecchio (11) flicks the ball over the net as Gouverneur’s Shannon Knowlton (39) jumps to attempt a block.  After dropping the first set, Canton rebounded to win the second set, then held off a valiant third set rally by the Wildcats, in a 3-1 final.  (Gearsbeck photo)  Match Gallery

potsdam defeats yellow jackets in straight sets


Madrid-Waddington’s Sophia Roome (24) attempts to spike the ball past Potsdam’s Sarah Vivlamore (1).  The Stoners won in straight sets.  The win pulled Potsdam (6-2, 9-5 overall) a game ahead of The Jackets (5-3, 7-7 overall) for second place in the West.  (Gearsbeck photo)  Match Gallery

NCSN THURSDAY Headlines

Boys Soccer: C-P Colts, P-H Panthers Forge 1-0 Wins
Girls Soccer:Heuvelton Closes on West Lead; M-W Wins
Girls Swimming: Canton, Massena, Potsdam, E-K Win
Girls Volleyball: Ogdensburg, Potsdam, Canton Win

NYSPHSAA Launches Free App FOR STATE H.S. Sports

The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) has officially launched its mobile app to provide mobile device users a bevy of opportunities to stay connected to NYSPHSAA and its championship events. Features include: Direct access from mobile devices to view the NYSPHSAA championship calendar, brackets, and results; Provide ability to purchase tickets; Connect with NYSPHSAA Social Media platforms YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram; While at a championship event, see nearby places of interest, including gas stations, hotels, and dining options; and Post messages on the NYSPHSAA App’s Fan Wall The App itself is free and now available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.  “The launch of the NYSPHSAA App is an exciting time for our membership and association.  We are now able to tie together our state-of-the-art, redesigned web site with a user-friendly app for fans, parents, coaches, and athletes,” said Robert Zayas, Executive Director. “We hope fans will log in and download the app right away to enjoy the ease of gathering information on our association and its championship events."

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: Harrisville Tips Lowville 2-1 in Lone Game
Girls Soccer: Colts Win in OT; Canton, OFA, Malone Win
Men's Soccer: SUNY Canton Pulls Away From Elmira 4-1
Women's Soccer: SUNY Canton Falls to SUNYIT 5-2
Girls Volleyball:Massena,Potsdam,Malone, Bulldogs Win

sandstoners beat salmon river 2-0 in central division


Potsdam’s Hannah Drechsel slips a shot under the reach of Salmon River goalkeeper Wraven Sunday, but the shot rang off the post. Potsdam goalkeeper Breanna Sapp logged another shutout behind a three-save performance. Savarah Aidun netted Potsdam first goal, while Hannah Dreschel popped in the insurance marker. Potsdam improved to 10-1 Central and remained tied for first place with the Malone Huskies, 12-1 overall. Salmon River is 3-8-2, 3-10-2 overall.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

SUNY CANTON TOPS SUNYIT 4-1

From SUNY Canton Sports Information
The SUNY Canton men’s soccer team used three early first half scores to defeat visiting Elmira College 4-1 at home.  The win improves the Roos to 9-4-1 and 6-1-1 in their last eight games.  Sixteen minutes into the contest the Roos had the first good scoring opportunity as Abdulai Jagana (Bronx, NY) played a through ball up the middle to Devin Gruneisen (Potsdam, NY). Gruneisen kicked the ball just wide of the left post as Elmira goalkeeper Jordan Dougherty came charging out of goal.  Three minutes later the Roos got on the board first on an own goal by Elmira. Two minutes later the Roos were on the attack again on a beautiful through ball from Hunter Mowery (Elizabethtown, NY) up the middle to Gruneisen who went in on a breakaway. He hit the ball firmly but it went well high of his intended target.  At the 25:22 mark SUNY Canton made it 2-0 on a goal from Jagana. SUNY Canton made it 3-1 with 2:54 remaining as Gruneisen broke through. Josh Geller (Monroe, NY) made an on point pass in tight quarters to Tyler Gallagher (Potsdam, NY) at the top left of the 18-yard box. Gallagher ripped a shot into the right corner as Dougherty made a great diving save to his left. Gruneisen was in the right spot at the top of the 8-yard box striking home his third goal of the season. Midway through the second half, the Roos had a defensive breakdown as Ryan Bertsch was left open at the top of the 18 missing just outside the left post.  With just over seven minutes remaining the Roos used a quick counterattack to add a fourth score. Jordan Barriere (Chazy, NY) fed a ball up the right sideline to Geller. He quickly found Matt Malchoff (Clyde, NY) to his left. Malchoff hit a perfect ball to the top left of the 18 where Escalante hit a one-timer into the left corner of the net for his 15th goal of the season.

colts BEAT panthers 4-2 in game called by darkness


Colton-Pierrepont’s Morgan Doyle (2) controls the ball in the midfield while being chased by Parishville-Hopkinton’s Nicole White (1). The Colts and Panthers extended their game into overtime, before Colton-Pierrepont notched two extra goals to go ahead 4-2.  Following an onfield injury and subsequent darkness, the game was called with the Colts winning.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Marlow leads huskies' TOP 10 win over bears, Wildcats


Malone’s Mitchell Marlow dashes up a hill going into the final bend of the course. Malone took all of the top-ten positions to win the meet over Gouverneur and Canton 15-50. Gouverneur took second place defeating Canton 17-43.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

aumell's goal lifts flyers to 1-0 win over bulldogs


Chateaugay’s Devin Labare (3) protects the ball from Norwood-Norfolk’s Ty Cotter (17) in the offensive zone. Norwood-Norfolk scored the game winner at 2:09 of the second half.  The Flyers had just two shots on goal for the game. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: N-N, M-W, P-H, Canton, H-D Win By a Goal
Girls Soccer: P-H, Salmon River Win; M-W & B-M Tie 1-1
Girls Swimming: Canton, Larries, O.F.A., Massena Win
Girls Volleyball: Ogdensburg, Madrid-Waddington Sweep
Boys XC: Malone, Norwood-Norfolk, Potsdam Sweep
Girls XC:Potsdam, Gouverneur, Norwood-Norfolk Sweep

NATIONAL CHAMPION! tUPPER'S MEADE WINS COLLEGE TITLE

From SUNY Canton Sports Information
SUNY Canton junior golfer Zach Meade (Tupper Lake, NY) is coming back to the North Country as a National Champion! Meade shot a round of 2-under par 70 in the final round to finish three strokes better than any other competitor in the 130 golfer field at the 2014 United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) National Championships on Tuesday at the Penn State Blue Course.  The Tupper Lake native was just one of two players to shoot under par on the day as he overcame a two stroke deficit after day one to become the first Roo to win a four-year individual national championship. After shooting 2-under par 34 on the front nine Meade finished the back nine at even par 36 and nearly holed out for double eagle on the par 5, 15th.  He would finish a tap in for eagle that would prove crucial down the stretch run. As a result of the first place finish Meade has been named a USCAA First Team All-American for the second consecutive year after his seventh place finish a season ago.  Also for SUNY Canton, Nolan Reid (Champlain, NY) improved three strokes in the final round to shoot a 77 and tie for 17th place individually. Carter Brock (Albany, NY) continued his strong freshman year carding an 82 on Tuesday to finish tied for 53rd individually. Connor Gray (Clayton, NY) posted a round of 89 in the final round good for a 53rd place showing. Matthew Russell (Cranberry Lake, NY) was the only other Roo to finish both rounds tallying an 87 (72nd place) as Steve McCorduck (Oriskany, NY) was forced to withdraw.  The Roos lowered their team total six strokes in the final round to shoot a tournament total of 638 strokes good for fifth place out of 22 teams. Daemen College won their third consecutive USCAA national championship shooting a 608 to edge second place Rochester College by seven strokes. SUNY Delhi (623) and Cleary University (624) rounded out the top four.  Nolan Reid and Matthew Russell earned a spot on the USCAA All-Academic Team for being in sophomore standing or better with a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 or higher.  This completes the 2014 season for the SUNY Canton men’s golf team.

Simmons, Dunkelberg lead 'cats PAST CANTON, MALONE


Canton’s Cassidy Scott makes her way up the hill and around the second bend of the Gouverneur cross country trail. Gouverneur won the meet defeating Malone (25-30) and Canton (24-32) Malone beat out Canton for second (26-31). (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

brushton-moira & madrid-waddington FORGE 1-1 tie


Brushton-Moira’s Lindsey McKernan (2) is heavily defended by Madrid-Waddington’s Megan McCall (12) in the midfield.  THe Jackets and Panthers played to a 1-1 draw.  Jenna Dufrane picked up an assist on the Madrid-Waddington goal, while Kenzie Traynor had an assist on the Panthers' score.  Ariana Ramsey stopped 10 shots for the Jackets.  Ashley DeBeer turned away six shots for the Panthers.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Sat.-Mon., October 11-13, 2014

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Section X Football: Malone Beats Canton OT: Gouv. Win
Section VII Football: Peru Beats Storm; Saranac Wins
College Football: St. Lawrence Beats RPI For 4th in Row
Girls Soccer: Lisbon Blanks Hermon-DeKalb in 5-0 Win
Men's Soccer: Potsdam, SLU Win; Clarkson, Platts. Bow
Women's Soccer: Clarkson Wins; St. Lawrence Ties
Women's Volley: Clarkson, Canton Sweep Saturday Pair
Boys XC: Marlow, Huskies Win at BH;  Fulk Tops at BR
Girls XC: Saucier, Flyers Win at Beaver River Invitational

Battle of Unbeatens: Peru Pulls Away To Beat Storm


 After the Peru defense thwarted a possible comeback score by the Red Storm, Indians' wide receiver Anthony Gallo (10) ensured his team remained undefeated as he carved through the Saranac Lake defense and dashed 77 yards for a touchdown midway through the fourth quarter at the Apple Bowl in Peru.  (Greg Ferguson photo)  Game Gallery

malone comes from behind to edge canton in overtime


Malone’s Camron Gallagher (15) rolls to the right while pursued by Canton’s Shane Mackin (45). During a season of the greatest parity among Section X teams in recent memory, the Huskies owned the first quarter and jumped to a 19-0 advantage, only to have the lead collapse by halftime. The Golden Bears owned the next two quarters. The Bears reeled off 33 straight points and led 33-19 to start the fourth frame, only to have Malone take control and tie the game 33-33 at the final horn.  The Huskies went on to defeat the Golden Bears 41-39 on the strength of the two-point conversion after both teams scored touchdowns in overtime.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

gouverneur RACKS UP EARLY LEAD, SHUTS OUT LARRIES 41-0


St. Lawrence Central’s Shilo Winters (5) attempts to corral a pass, while Gouverneur’s Chad Curcio (8) and Daniel Mullin (10) double-team the play on defense.  Gouverneur scored four quick touchdowns, in rolling to a 41-0 win over St. Lawrence Central. Wildcat quarterback Ben Casey threw for 81 yards and carried for 65 more, including a 48-yard TD. Gouverneur also manufactured three touchdowns from kicks and a turnover. Cody Orr’s “Pick Six” was returned 73 yards. Chad Curcio returned a punt 70 yards to score. After the Wildcat defense forced a Larries’ safety, Jose Flores ree(Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Friday, October 10, 2014

NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Section X Football: O.F.A. Clinches First; Potsdam Wins
Section VII Football: Beekmantown, Ticonderoga Win
Girls Swimming: Malone Downs Salmon River 69-25
Boys Soccer: H-D Upsets Pirates; Hammond Ties Heuv.
Men's Soccer: Canton Squeezes Win;  Potsdam Falls OT
Women's Soccer: Plattsburgh & Potsdam Beaten 2-0
Girls Volleyball: Chateaugay, Massena, Salmon Riv. Win
Women's Volley: Clarkson, Potsdam, Plattsburgh Swept
Men's Hockey: Clarkson Rallies 3-1; St. Lawrence Bows
Women's Hockey: Boston College Edges St. Lawrence

potsdam tops Massena in battle for second place


Massena’s Isaiah Dillabough is brought down by Potsdam’s Josh Laing (44) and Dequan Pitts (85) during a second-quarter drive.  After Massena scored the opening touchdown on the opening drive, Potsdam outscored the Red Raiders 30-6 before the half, in what proved to be the difference in the Sandstoners’ 42-32 victory at Mike Nicholas Field in Massena. The win cements Potsdam in second place and the Raiders in third. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

O.F.A. Blue Devils overcome lumberjacks in fourth 28-17


Tupper Lake’s Anson Gagnier (85) busts through the Blue Devil defensive line for a three-yard gain.  Ogdensburg stayed unbeaten and clinched first place in a 28-17 win at Tupper Lake. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

Munson, Frego net quick goals for flyers' 2-1 win


Colton-Pierrepont’s Nick Fountain (21) and Norwood-Norfolk’s Brandon Palmer (7) battle for possession of the ball near the Flyers' goal.  Coby Munson buried the Flyers’ second goal with just 0:05 left in the first half for the game winner in a 2-1 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

o.f.a. NETs two late goals to squeak past potsdam 2-0


Potsdam’s Jaime Lopez (23) shields off Ogdensburg’s Ryan Adams (30) and flicks the ball over his head in the midfield.  A pair of back-to-back goals a minute apart lifted the Ogdensburg Blue Devils to a 2-0 win over the Potsdam Sandstoners. Peyton Lalone assisted on both goals, setting up Nate Peo for the first goal in the 70th minute, then Dakota Brady for an insurance goal. Both defenses were stingy. Jacob Sias needed just four saves to register the shutout for the Devils who improved to 8-1 Central, 10-3 overall. Potsdam slid to 5-3 Central, 6-6 overall.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery