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Friday, June 3, 2016

Huskies takes title, blue devils 2nd, n-n flyers 3rd


Salmon River’s Cameron Oakes (middle) leads runners from Potsdam, Ogdensburg, Gouverneur and Madrid-Waddington into the home stretch of the 200-meter dash. The event was won by Ogdensburg's Dylan Pratt.  The Huskies picked up key wins on the track to win the Sectional Championship meet with an overall score of 178 points. They were followed by Ogdensburg with 111 points.  Norwood-Norfolk (93 pts), Potsdam (83pts) and Madrid-Waddington (66 pts) rounded out the top five. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Malone captures 2016 title; Tupper 2nd, Canton 3rd


Malone’s Caitlyn Douglas (center), Potsdam’s Lauren Lucht (left) and Gouverneur’s Kaiylyn Kennedy (right) race in a near dead heat on the final leg of the 400-meter hurdles. The Huskies finished first overall in the team standings with 178 points at the Section X Championships in Ogdensburg.  Ogdensburg followed with 111 points, while Norwood-Norfolk finished third with 93 points.  Malone was led by Emily Pomainville who won the 1500, while Rynn Schank won the 400 hurdles.  (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN friday Headlines/em>

GGirls Softball:Hevelton Advances To Final Four in 3-1 Win
Boys Track: Malone Wins Section X Championship
GGirls Track: Huskies Claim Title; Lumberjacks Take 2nd

HEUVELTON HEADS TO STATE FINAL-4 BEATING RED KNIGHTS


Heuvelton pitcher Paige McCormick allowed just one hit in the Bulldogs' 3-1 win vs. Lafargeville in the New York State Class D quarterfinal saoftball game. (Bob LaRue photo)

Thursday, June 2, 2016

LaRRIES fall to greenwich 13-2 in state PLAYOFF OPENER


St. Lawrence ’s Shiloh Winters (4) dives onto the base just beating out the tag from the Greenwich second baseman to advance into scoring position off the steal. The Witches jumped to a fast 4-0 lead over the Larries after two innings and extended the lead with five runs in the fifth inning and four runs in the sevneth frame in the 13-2 victory in the opening round of the New York State Class C baseball playoffs. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

CANTON bowS to CHENANGO FORKS 13-4 IN STATE OPENER


Canton’s Mirna Husinec (8) drills the ball past the Chenango Forks goalie in the closing seconds of the game.  Section IV’s Chenango Forks went on a 6-1 run to close the first half, building a 7-2 advantage by halftime, in outdueling Canton 13-4 in the New York State Class C playoff opener. Brooke Marietta scored four goals, while Kelly Saroka chipped in three goals and an assist to lead CF. Delaney Hayes tallied twice, while Mimi Husinec and Liz Christy scored single goals for the Golden Bears who closed their season at 13-2. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN thursday Headlines

Boys Baseball: Heuvelton Wins; Massena, Larries Bow
Girls Softball: Massena, O.F.A. Beaten in State Openers
Girls Lacrosse: Canton, Massena Defeated in States

Raiders fall to vestal 17-6 after early scoring surge


Massena’s Kyrsten Stone (7) blasts a shot past the Vestal goalie to cut into the lead in the first half of the game. Vestal quickly jumped to a 10-1 lead in the first half and held off the Raiders to advance to the quarterfinals of the NYSPHSAA Tournament in a 17-6 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

five run rally in 5th inning leads larries to 5-4 win


Norwood-Norfolk’s Katrina Durant (11) attempts to slide onto second base to make the steal and advance However she is beat to the tag on the diving touch of St. Lawrence ’s shortstop Leah Francis (7). The Flyers fought to battle back in the top of the sixth inning gaining three runs making the game 5-3. Norwood-Norfolk scored one more run in the seventh inning however still fell short to St. Lawrence . The Larries now advance to the NYSPHSAA Class C State Tournament where they will play the winner of the game between the champions of Section II and Section VII at SUNY Potsdam on Saturday, June 4th. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN Wednesday HeadlineS

Girls Softball: St. Lawence, Heuvelton Win Class Titles
Boys Lacrosse: Canton, Massena Bow in State Playoffs

HEUVELTON RALLIES TO TURN BACK UPSTART COUGARS 13-6

HEUVELTON 13, EDWARDS-KNOX 6
Upset-minded Edwards-Knox tallied five runs in the fifth inning to gain a 6-3 advantage. However, after the scare awakened the Heuvelton offense which came back with four runs in the fifth inning to regain a 7-6 lead, and six unanswered insurance runs in the sixth. Miranda Donnelly drove in six runs, including a double for two runs in the fifth and a bases-clearing double in the sixth-inning rally. Heuvelton catcher Hannah Thornhill earned double honors in the post-game awards ceremony. She was named West Division MVP and winner of the prestigious David “Huffer” Gebo Memorial Award. Heuvelton will open the state playoffs facing Section III champion Lafargeville on Friday. Edwards-Knox closed its season at 11-5 overall.  (Game Gallery will be posted shortly)


CANTON, MASSENA START STRONG, BUT FALL IN STATES

CAZENOVIA 18, CANTON 6
Canton got off to a good start, dealing a shutout against Section III champion Cazenovia for the first nine-plus minutes of the New York State Class C playoff opener. But a momentum swing at the end of the first quarter, then six- and seven-goal streaks for Caz in the second half doomed the Golden Bears. Josh Huiatt and Garret Glasgow staked the Bears to a 2-0 lead, before the Lakers got on the scoreboard with 2:50 left in the first quarter. The goal by Jake Lewis unshackled the Laker offense that rapidly added three more goals before the end of a 4-2 opening period. In the second quarter, Mark Mahoney scored twice for the Bears, trimming the lead to 6-4. The game turned for good when Cazenovia scored five straight goals to open an 11-4 lead. After Mahoney tallied his third goal, Caz went on another seven-gaol streak to put the game out of reach. Kiernan LaFaver also netted a goal for the Bears.

JAMESVILLE-DEWITT 20, MASSENA 4
Janesville-Dewitt scored the game’s first three goals, then Massena countered with two markers to open their New York State Class B opening round playoff game. After that, it was all J-D. The Red Rams went on a 10-1 tear to finish the first half up 13-3, en route to a 20-4 win. Kendrick Angus, Nick Henrie, Kyran Sunday and Kainen Francis-Thompson scored the goals for Massena, which finished off its championship season at 16-3 overall.

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

NCSN tuesday Headlines

Boys Baseball: Heuvelton, St. Lawrence, OFA Win Titles
Girls Softball: Massena, Ogdensburg Class Champions
Girls Lacrosse: Massena Wins Title Edging Canton 10-8
Boys Track: Gouverneur Sweeps; M-W Jackets Split Meet
Girls Track: Gouverneur Sweeps; M-W Jackets Split Meet

massena battles back to win 10-4 for class a title


Malone’s Jessica Broeker (4) drills the ball into leftfield to pick up a base hit in the bottom of the fourth inning. The Raiders gained the lead in the fourth inning breaking a 4-4 tie, then held off the Malone Huskies to capture a 10-4 victory and the Section X Class A Championship.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

LaRRIES RallY PAST FLYERS
FOR FIRST "C" TITLE SINCE '99


St. Lawrence ’s Samuel Lyon (9) rips at a pitch vs. Norwood-Norfolk. The Larries erased a 3-2 deficit and finished with a 4-3 win in the Section X Class C title. For St. Lawrence , Brian Waite tripled in the first and Rico DiMatteo scored after singling and stealing second. Waite also doubled in the Larries’ second run in the third inning.  (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery

blue devils win class b title in 8th inning 2-1


Gouverneur’s Devin Mattice (2) drives the ball deep down past the Ogdensburg centerfielder for a lead off double in the bottom of the third inning. The Ogdensburg Blue Devils scored two unearned runs, while preventing Gouverneur from capitalizing on eight runners in scoring position, in out dueling the Wildcats 2-1 in eight innings in the Section X Class B baseball championship at Clarkson University. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

massena raiders capture section x overall title 10-8


Canton’s Delaney Hayes lines up a straight-on shot at the Massena goal and scores to cut into the Raiders' lead in the second half. The Raiders fended off the Canton’s late comeback effort to capture the Section X Overall Championship 10-8. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

 

o.f.a. girls Fend off Wildcats in last inning 11-10


Gouverneur’s Aleesha LaBow (12) raps the ball over the Ogdensburg first baseman in the top of the fourth inning.  After Ogdensburg built an 8-1 lead in the fourth inning, Gouverneur rallied to take a 10-8 lead in the sixth inning to challenge the Blue Devils’ bid for a three-peat in the Section X Class B championship. However, the O.F.A. rallied for two runs in the sixth and a walk off run in the seventh inning to pull out the 11-10 win.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

HEUVELTON Bulldogs win CLASS D Championship 18-3

Heuvelton freshman Johnathan Trathen (1) drives a high pitch in Tuesday’s Section X Championship game vs. Parishville-Hopkinton. Upset-minded P-H jumped to a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning when Sam Clark-Vallance delivered a two-run single against a drawn-in Heuvelton infield. However, the single was the only hit surrendered by Heuvelton ace Mike Martin who pitched the first six innings and received all the offensive support he needed in a ten-run second inning. Martin went on to strike out ten batters and top-seeded Bulldogs went on to rout the #6-seeded Panthers 18-3 for their fourth-straight Section X Class D Championship. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

 

Friday, May 27, 2016

Massena claims Division 1 title, Canton wins division II


The Raiders captured Section X voerall and Division I Golf Championship with a team low score of 453. The Gouverneur Wildcats tied for second place with the Malone Huskies, both teams just five strokes off the pace at  458. Madrid-Waddington (473), Potsdam (477) and Ogdensburg (495) rounded out the scoring for the rest of Division I.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet & Awards Gallery

Christy, Palmer, Thomas tie for first in championship


Canton’s Danny Christy drills his shot down the fairway on the fourth hole of Canton’s Partridge Run Golf Course. Christy shot a 78 on Day #1 of the Section X Golf Championships tying him for first place with Norwood-Norfolk’s Brandon Palmer and Massena’s Terrell Thomas.  All three will return along with 20 other golfers for to Day #2, looking to become Section X Overall Champion.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet & Awards Gallery

NCSN FRIday Headlines

Boys Baseball: Massena Nips Malone 1-0 in "A" Final
Boys Golf: Massena Wins D1 Title; Canton Captures D2

MASSENA EDGES MALONE 1-0 ON SAC FLY FOR CLASS A TITLE


Massena's Bailey LaBarge 92) slips around the tag of the Malone shortstop.  Massena beat Malone 1-0 for the Section X Class A Baseball title. (Donnie King photo) Game Gallery

Thursday, May 26, 2016

blue devils down golden bears to advance 15-7


Canton’s Merdrith Drury (2) slides onto second base just beating out the tag from Ogdensburg second baseman to steal the base and advance into scoring position. Ogdensburg captured the semifinal victory 19-9 and will advance to the Section X Class B Championship where they will take on the Gouverneur Wildcats. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

RALLY FUELS N-N FLYERS' EXTRA-INNING WIN OVER B-M

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 6, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 5
Norwood-Norfolk’s baseball season was on life support, down 5-1 with the bases empty and one out in the bottom of the seventh. Two outs till elimination. But one walk and an infield error resuscitated the Flyers’ hopes of a desperation comeback in the Section X Class C semifinals. Zach Benware drove a base hit to center for one run. Tristan St. Andrews then popped one up to the infield, but the ball fell, allowing another run to cross. The bases were full of Flyers when Riley Smutz drove a seeing-eye single through the middle that plated two runs, tying the game at 5-5. In extra innings, it was Benware again coming up big with a sacrifice fly to center, plating Caleb Bresett with the winning run. Bresett finished with three hits, while Benware collected four RBIs. Alex Burnett led the Panthers (11-4 overall) with three hits and three RBIs.  (photo gallery posted shortly)

 

 

Massena wins overall title past golden bears 11-10


Canton’s Garrett Glasgow (3) blasts a shot past the Massena goalie Patrick Lagow (16) to tie the game 7-7 near the end of the third quarter.  The Raiders beat Canton 11-10 and now advance to the New York State Tournament where they will play the Section III champion. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

ogdensburg downs salmon river in 9-2 victory


Salmon River’s Hunter Ghostlaw (27) slides onto third base past Ogdensburg third baseman Jared Barr (7) to beat out the tag. The Blue Devils jumped to a 7-0 lead after the first inning and defeated the Shamrocks 9-1 to advance to the Section X Class B Championship where they will face the Gouverneur Wildcats. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NNCSN THURSDAY Headlines

Boys Baseball: N-N Flyers Rally in 8th; P-H Upsets M-W
Girls Softball: OFA, P'dam, Bulldogs, Hammond, E-K Win
Boys Lacrosse: Massena Nips Canton For Section TItle
Boys Track: Norwood-Norfolk Downs Massena 144-94
Girls Track: Norwood-Norfolk Outruns Massena 178-138

Heuvelton advances to semifinals past m-w 5-0


Heuvelton’s Hannah Thornhill (27) beats the throw to Madrid-Waddington’s first baseman Jenna Marcellus to earn the base hit in the bottom of the fourth inning. he Yellowjackets held the Bulldogs to just a 3-0 lead after five innings However, the Bulldogs held off Madrid-Waddington to gain the victory and advance to the Section X Class D semifinals. (Cody Jenne photo) GamGame Gallery

 

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Baseball: E-K, P-H, M-W, Heuv., Potsdam Advance
Girls Lacrosse: Golden Bears & Raiders Head to Final

Edwards-Knox downs golden knights in 9-2 win


Lisbon’s Jacob Pellerin (12) sends the ball down the leftfield line for a base hit in the top of the seventh inning. The Cougars earned a six-run scoring run in the fourth inning to jump to a 6-2 lead over theKnights. Edwards-Knox held off Lisbon for a 9-2 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

p-h panthers upset pirates 5-3 to advance to semifinals


Harrisville’s Forest Hathaway (8) slides onto third base just beating the tag from Parishville-Hopkinton third baseman Garrett Hayes (11).The sixth-seeded Panthers rallied for four runs in the top of the seventh inning, erasing a 3-1 deficit, in posting a 5-3 Class D quarterfinal upset.  Parishville-Hopkinton advances to the Section X Class D semifinals where they will face the Madrid-Waddington Yellowjackets on Thursday. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

golden bears advance to title game past bulldogs


Heuvelton’s Sydney Mee (12) splits between two Canton defenders and fires a shot on Canton’s goalie Paige Glasgow (40).  Mimi Husinec and Laura Wells buried three goals each to lead the Bears in the Section X overall semifinals. Delaney Hayes netted the other goal. Carin Sherwood posted two goals, while Brooke Armstrong and Josie Carter fired a goal each for Heuvelton that closed its season at 8-8 overall. Paige Glasgow stopped nine shot for Canton who advances to face Massena for the overall title.  (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Roos' Seth Douglas being scouted by m.l.b. teams


SUNY Canton's Seth Douglas (27) is certainly on a fast pace. He has already set numerous offensive records in just his two years as a Kangaroo.  Not only has he done it quickly, but he only just started playing baseball in his sophomore year of high school.  Read more about Douglas and his own personal journey so far- from Wisconsin, to Minnesota, to Canton, NY- Douglas' future is bright.  NCSN Exclusive Story
 

Bears are Golden in O.T. SEMIFINAL Thriller Vs. SLC


Canton’s Mark Mahoney (7) puts a shot past St. Lawrence goalie Parker Hornung in Class B/C semifinal.  The Larries battled back to force overtime with a late rally, scoring three goals in the final three minutes to erase a 10-7 deficit. Canton won the opening faceoff in OT and patiently held possession for over two minutes until Isaac Thrasher found the back of the net to send Canton to the final. The Bears won 11-10. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery
 

NCSN Tuesday Headlines

Boys Baseball: Wildcats Clinch ; Flyers Sweep
Girls Softball: Larries Capture ; N-N Wins East
Boys Lacrosse: Canton Outlasts Larries 11-10 in OT
Boys Track: Malone Clinches Title; Salmon, Tupper Win
Girls Track: Malone Captures Title; Tupper, Salmon Win

flyers take two games and East division title


Norwood-Norfolk senior Kylee Lashomb (12) gets ahold of a pitch and takes it to rightfield in the first game of a double-header against Chateaugay.  With the Flyers looking to open up their lead, the Bulldogs turned a crucial triple play to stay in the game, but the Flyers prevailed 5-4 in the first game on Senior Day. The Flyers clinched the East Division regular season title. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

Monday, May 23, 2016

Raiders capture playoff win past saranac lake 20-8


Saranac Lake defender Meghan Byrne (12) battles the ball away from Massena attacker Abigail Johnson (9) to gain possession of the ball back by the Red Storms goal. The Raiders pulled away from Saranac Lake in the second half to earn the 20-8 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton Bulls past Potsdam in O.T. comeback


Heuvelton's Carin Sherwood splits the Potsdam defense in an overtime playoff victory at home. Sherwood scored four goals in regulation and then the game winner in OT.  Brooke Armstrong added another four goals for HCS. Yelena Jaquith turned aside seven shots.Potsdam keeper Daysia Wagner saved four.  The Bulldogs advance to the semifinals to face Canton.  (Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN Monday HeadlineS

Boys Lacrosse: Larries Edge Potsdam; Salmon Wins
Girls Lacrosse:Heuvelton Wins OT; Massena Tips Storm
Boys Baseball: Larries Win First League Title Since '99
Girls Softball: Larries Clinch Share; Potsdam Wins First
Boys Golf: Canton Clinches D2; Massena Earns Share
Boys Track: O.F.A. Beats Massena; Wildcats Downs N-N
Girls Track: Massena Outlasts O.F.A.; Wildcats Top N-N

St. Lawrence fends off sandstoners in 9-8 win


Potsdam attacker Keegan O’Gorman (20) battles his way past St. Lawrence defender Isaiah Lyon (12) after regaining possession near the Larries goal near the end of the third quarter. St. Lawrence held off the Sandstoners in the closing minutes to capture the 9-8 victory and advance to the Section X semifinals where they will face the Canton Golden Bears. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery




WILDCATS CAPTURE SHARE OF TITLE IN 2-1 VICTORY


Gouverneur’s Braden Fenlong (13) deals a pitch in an NAC matchup at Ogdensburg. The Wildcats rode a six-hitter from the senior Fenlong.  Ogdensburg’s Justyn McCormick allowed just two hits in a dominant outing.  However, the Wildcats held on for the 2-1 road win. Gouverneur improved to 10-1 in league play and captured at least a share of the Division title. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

 


Saturday, May 21, 2016

INDIAN RIVER TOPS VAN DUSEN;
MALONE, TUPPER TIE 2ND


Gouverneur’s Kaitlyn Kennedy leaps with Malone’s Caitlin Douglas over the final set of hurdles in the 400-meter event.  Massena’s Jacklyn Lamica won the girls Pentathlon. Among the event winners: Canton’s Claire Bartlett took the 2000M steeplechase, while the Bears’ Emma Bentley-Hicks took first in the 3000 meters. Indian River’s Mikayla Jones won the 100 meters, while teammate Deja Andrews captured the 400 meters.  (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

MALONE WINS VAN DUSEN; O.F.A. 2ND, INDIAN RIVER 3RD


Gouverneur’s Aaron Stevens takes his second attempt in the shot put. The event was won by Malone’s Josh Dora at 42 feet three inches.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Friday, May 20, 2016

Larries eight-run rally in 4th leads to 17-3 victory


Malone’s Abigail Collins (4) launches the ball into far rightfield for a base hit to lead off the top of the fifth inning.  The Larries jrallied for eight runs in the fourth inning and captured a 17-3 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

despite late rallY, Salmon rocks past potsdam twice


The Shamrocks won twice against the Sandstoners at home, 11-6 and 10-8.  In the first game, sophomore Lauren Martin held Potsdam to just four hits while striking out four, and scored twice to support her own cause. Senior Kera Ghostlaw scored twice and junior Alaina Hart notched two hits, including a two run single in the fifth, to help Salmon River seal the win. (Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

NCSN FRIDAY HeadlineS

Boys Baseball: Jackets Sweep Pair; Potsdam,O.F.A. Win
Girls Softball:Flyers Clinch Share of East;Salmon Wins 2
Boys Lacrosse: Massena, Salmon River Win Games Big
Girls Lacrosse: Saranac Lake Upsets Heuvelton 9-8
Boys Golf: Bears Clinch Share; Wildcats Upset Malone

m-w yellowjackets sweeps p-h panthers 16-1, 18-1


Madrid-Waddington’s Grant Van Buren (1) dives under the tag of the Parishville-Hopkinton catcher to earn the Jackets' sixth run of the first inning and a 6-1 lead. The Yellowjackets posted eight runs in the inning, then held Parishville-Hopkinton to just one run in both ends of a doubleheader, 16-1 and 18-1. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery




Raiders edge sandstoners by just seven strokes


Massena and Potsdam teed off at the Massena Country Club. The Red Raiders snuck past the Sandstoners by seven strokes, 217-224.  Massena’s Terrell Thomas finished the day leading the field with a 40. Jake Amo and Ben Chilton followed, each notching a 43-stroke outing for the Raiders. (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Match Gallery

Salmon River topples TUPPER LAKE jacks 256-285 


Salmon River’s Tommy Thomas (43) and Rasentonkwa Tarbell (44) carded the top scores for the Shamrocks at Cedar View golf course.  Salmon River outshot Tupper Lake 256-285. (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Match Gallery

Thursday, May 19, 2016

HEUVELTON CAPTURES WEST CROWN BEATING LISBON 13-6


in a cloud of dust, a Heuvelton runner is safe at third base during the Bulldogs' third-inning rally.  The Bulldogs broke a 2-2 tie with three runs in the third, then opened a 13-2 lead.  Heuvelton clinched the regular-season West Division title with a 13-6 win over Lisbon.  (Bob LaRue photo)

LADY BULLDOGS LOCK UP WEST TITLE BEATING LISBON


The Heuvelton Bulldogs issued two home runs, including the game-winning blast by Hannah Thornhill in the first inning, to capture a 15-1 victory on Senior Day at Lisbon.  The Bulldog victory locked up the regular-season West Divsiion title.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

MALONE REMAINS UNBEATEN OUTRUNNING WILDCATS 160-80


Runners from Malone and Gouverneur break away from the starting line in the boys 100-meter dash.  The Franklin Academy Huskies downed Gouverneur 160-80 to remain unbeaten at 9-0 atop boys spring track and clinched the regular-season title.  (Francesco Palumbo)  Meet Gallery

MALONE OUTLASTS WILDCATS TO STAY UNBEATEN 170-148


The Gouverneur Wildcats provided the Malone Huskies with their toughest challenge of the year, but Franlin Academy outlasted the Wildcats 170-148.  The win kept the Huskies undefeated at 9-0 in capturing the girls spring track regular-season title.  (Francesco Palumbo)  Meet Gallery

NCSN THURSDAY Headlines

Boys Baseball:Larries Clinch Share; Heuvelton Clinches
Girls Softball: Bulldogs Clinch West; St. Regis, E-K Win
Boys Lacrosse:Canton Clinches Share of Title/Top Seed
Girls Lacrosse: Canton Clinches Season Title in 7-5 Win
Boys Golf: Canton Downs Tupper Lake in Lone Match
Boys Track: Malone Beats Wildcats to Clinch Title Share
Girls Track: Malone Beats Wildcats to Clinch Title Share

CANTON CAPTURES REGULAR-SEASON TITLE VS. LARRIES


St. Lawrence 's Jake Sutton (8) fires a shot on the Canton net, but the close-range attempt is tipped just over the net.  Canton dashed out to a 9-2 halftime lead, then added to their margin in the second half, en route to a 17-3 win.  The victory clnched for Canton at least a share the regular-season crown and top-seed in the playoffs based on the league tie-breaker.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

saints advance to final four defeating amherst


St. Lawrence University's Cooper Warden (11) lets fly with a close-range shot against Amherst in the N.C.A.A. Division III quarterfinal game in Canton.  After coming back to a 6-6 tie at the half, the Saints fell behind 9-6 within the first two minutes of the third quarter.  However, S.L.U. rode a pivotal 8-1 run to grab and never relinquish the lead, beating Amherst 16-12.  The Saints advance to face a formidable Tufts University squad in the Division III national semifinal in Massachusetts on Sunday.  (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery

 s.l.c.s. larries pull away late to capture 15-10 win


Salmon River’s Tanner Tarbell (24) blasts a shot past St. Lawrence goalie Parker Hornung (15) to score the second goal of the game and dive the Shamrocks a 2-0 lead over the Larries in the first quarter. The Shamrocks jumped to a quick 4-2 lead over the Larries at the end of the first quarter. However, St. Lawrence battled back into the game to defeat Salmon River 15-10, the Shamrocks third loss in a row. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery
 

NCSN WEDNESDAY Headlines

Men's Lacrosse: St. Lawrence Wins NCAA Quarterfinals
Boys Lacrosse: Larries Top Salmon; Storm Beats O.F.A.
Girls Lacrosse:Bulldogs Nip Salmon;Raiders,Bears Win
Boys Baseball: N-N Edges B-M; Malone, Shamrocks Win
Girls Softball: N-N Flyers, M-W, O.F.A., E-K, Potsdam Win
Boys Golf: Malone, Potsdam, Massena, N-N, Canton Win
Boys Track: OFA, Potsdam Sweep; N-N, M-W Split Meets
Girls Track: O.F.A., N-N Sweep; Potsdam, M-W Split Meet

Raiders earn key victory  past sandstoners 8-4


Potsdam’s Kaile Grant (8) leaps over Massena defenders to drill a shot on the goal, but the blast  is blocked by Raider goalie Giesle Todd (29). After being tied up 2-2 at the half, Massena scored four unanswered goals, en route to a 8-4 victory over the Sandstoners. (Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

NCSN tuesday Headlines

Boys Baseball: Wildcats Nip Malone To Climb To First
Girls Softball: St. Regis Edges M-W; Larries, Malone Win
Boys Lacrosse:Massena Outlasts Salmon; Canton Wins
Boys Golf: Malone Edges Jackets By Stroke For Div.Lead
Boys Track: Malone, Gouverneur Sweep; Canton Wins
Girls Track: Malone, Gouverneur Sweep; N-N Flyers Win

MALOne Downs M-W by ONE STROKE TO CLIMB TO FIRST


Madrid-Waddington golfers dueled the Malone Huskies to the final hole and final stroke before deciding the match.  The Huskies defeated the Jackets by just one stroke 211-212 in NAC play at Twin Brooks Golf Course in Waddington. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Match Gallery
 

wildcats fend off the huskies for a 2-1 victory


Malone’s Bailey Conklin (9) dives into the base, but is tagged out by Gouverneur second baseman Warren Johns (19) to retire the side. Connor Fenlong struck out 16 batters and the Wildcats held off a late comeback attempt for the 2-1 victory over the Huskies. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

 Canton boys fly past N-N TO CAPTURE 124½-113½ WIN

Canton boys defeated Norwood-Norfolk 124½-113½.  First-place finishes by Zach Kavanagh in the long jump, triple jump and 100-meter race allowed the Bears to pull out the win. The Flyers swept the relays and relied on a strong performance by Kyle Fulk in the 1600 and 3200 races.  (Francesco Palumbo photo) Meet Gallery

golden knights pull away from cougars for 10-4 win


Edwards-Knox’s Jim Smith (13) slides onto third base just beating the tag from Lisbon third baseman Reilly Alberto (9). Edwards-Knox fought back to a 4-3 lead after three innings. However, Lisbon battled back, scoring seven unanswered runs to end the game for a 10-4 West Divsion victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood girls victorious over canton runners

The Norwood-Norfolk girls track team took the home a win at Canton, defeating the Lady Bears 162½-147½.  The Flyers won behind a strong showing form Madison Seguin who placed first in the 100-meter hurdles, high jump and long jump, and added a second-place finish in the 400-meter hurdles.  (Francesco Palumbo photo) Meet Gallery

Sat.-Mon., May 14-16, 2016

NCSN WEEKEND-MONDAY Headlines

Boys Baseball: Tupper, B-M, N -N, Wildcats, Lisbon Win
Girls Softball: Chateaugay, M-W, N-N, St. Regis, OFA Win
Men's Baseball: Clarkson Swept From Playoffs Saturday
Boys Lacrosse: Potsdam Downs Ogdensburg 13-5
Girls Lacrosse: Canton, Massena, Potsdam Win Games
Men's Lacrosse: SLU Holds Off Springfield in Sweet 16
Boys Golf: O.F.A., M-W Jackets, Malone, N-N Flyers Win

S.L.U. MEN'S LAX ADVANCES TO NATIONAL D-3 ELITE EIGHT


St. Lawrence's Jeremy Vautour (18) celebrates high fourth goal of the game as Saints downed Springfield 12-9 in the NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Round of 16 on Saturday.  S.L.U. advances to host upset winner Amherst in the Elite Eight to be hosted in Canton on Weddnesday.  (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery
 

N-N flyers down tupper lake in 15-0 shutout victory


Norwood-Norfolk’s Beandi Delosh (14) crosses home plate on a wild pitch in the bottom of the third inning to extend the Flyers' lead over the Lumberjacks.  Norwood-Norfolk jumped to a quick lead in the early innings, en route to a 15-0 victory over Tupper Lake in a Division matchup. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

GRANT NETS SIX AS potsdam PULLS OUT WIN VS. HEUVELTON


Heuvelton’s Paige Weston (13) fires a shot past the Potsdam goalie for the Bulldogs' fourth goal.  After battling to a 4-4 tie midway through the first half the Sandstoners edged out the Bulldogs to win 14-12. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

EAST RACE TIGHTENS AS n-N FLYERS BEAT LARRIES 4-1


St. Lawrence ’s Shiloh Winters (4) slides Into third base, breaking up the throw to Norwood-Norfolk baseman Preston Vanguilder (14).  Flyers’ ace Peter Jarvis held St. Lawrence to just one run by striking out 10 batters, in a 4-1 Flyers' victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Sandstoners down o.f.a blue devils in 13-5 victory


Potsdam’s Hunter Ploof (13) fires the ball past the Ogdensburg goalie to extend the  lead to end the first half.  Cameron Talcott led the Sandstoners with four goals,  Potsdam led 7-2 at intermission, en route to a 13-5 win over the Blue Devils.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Friday, May 13, 2016

NCSN friday Headlines

Boys Baseball: Malone Leads ; Chateaugay Wins
Girls Softball: Malone,N-N, Saints,Larries,Hammond Win
Boys Lacrosse: St. Lawrence Ctl. Beats Saranac Lake
Girls Lacrosse: Massena Beats Salmon; Canton Wins
Boys Golf: Malone, Massena, M-W, C-F, N-N Win Match

s.l.c.s. larries pull away from red storm in 12-4 win


St. Lawrence attacker Dennis Powell (27) rips a shot onto the Saranac Lake goal.  However, his shot was blocked by Red Storm defender. St. Lawrence carried a 3-1 lead at the end of the first quarter. However, the Larries pulled away from Saranac Lake in the later quarters to gain the 12-4 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

larries jump on wildcats early to capture 16-1 win


t. Lawrence ’s Haleigh Agens (4) beats the throw to the Gouverneur second baseman for a steal.  The Larries' Makiah Ramsdell fanned 15 Wildcats in hurling the win.  The Larries racked up a quick lead over the Wildcats to capture the 16-1 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Bears storm away with 9-3 win over saranac Lake


Canton's Samantha Mace (11) uses the screen to dash through the slot, en route to a shot on goal.  Canton improved to 8-1, to move within a half-game of first-place Salmon River that lost its first league game to Massena.  (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery

BOYEA TOSSES 3-HITTER IN MALONE'S 6-1 WIN AT CANTOn


In the top of the third inning, the Huskies' Jordan Boyea laces the ball down the leftfield line.  Jared Moody scores what would become the game winning run, breaking a 1-1 tie.  Boyea also twirled a three-hitter as Malone beat Canton 6-1.  (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

Thursday. May 12, 2016

CANTON BEATS SHAMROCKS, SNAPPING RECORD STREAK

CANTON 17, SALMON RIVER 6
One of the longest streaks in Section X history came to an end, as the Canton Golden Bears delivered a decision 17-6 blow to the previously-unbeaten Salmon River Shamrocks. The Canton victory snapped the Shamrocks’ 91-game winning streak against Northern Athletic Conference opponents, dating back to 2008 when Salmon River last lost, also to Canton. The Golden Bears’ resolve to upset the Shamrocks was bolstered by a comeback earlier in the season, when Canton rallied to within a goal late in the game, but fell short 12-11. Josh Huiatt led Canton in the Shamrocks’ demise, scoring five goals and assisting on three others. Mark Mahoney added five goals for the Bears, while. Garrett Glasgow chipped in two goals and two assists. Skkylar Thomas and Raienteres Oakes netted two goals apiece for the Shamrocks.
 


NCSN Thursday HeadlineS

Boys Baseball: E-K, O.F.A., Heuvelton Win; P-H Splits
Girls Softball: E-K Edges Lisbon; O.F.A., Massena Win
Men's Baseball: Clarkson Opens Playoffs With 9-4 Win
Boys Lacrosse:Salmon Win Streak Ends; Massena Wins
Girls Lacrosse: Salmon River, Canton, Heuvelton Win
Boys Golf: Canton Downs Tupper Lake To Move into First

MCCORMICK, RICKETT LEAD O.F.A. PAST POTSDAM 6-1


Potsdam’s David Lucht (5) sends the ball into far rightfield along the line for a base hit and to advance a runner to third base.  Justyn McCormick provided three hits, while Adam Rickett added two hits in Ogdensburg’s win.  Jacob Kelleher with two hits for Potsdam. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

AFTER CLOSE START, O.F.A. PULLS AWAY FROM POTSDAM

Ogdensburg’s Natalie McCormick (5) drills the ball between the Potsdam third baseman and shortstop to earn a base hit in the top of the second inning.  Winning pitcher Callee Zulauf cracked a three-run home run to break open the game at Potsdam.   The Sandstoners and Blue Devils battled to a 2-2 tie after two innings of play.  But O.F.A. went on to win 16-5. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery