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Thursday, March 12, 2020

suny POTSDAM Roars over Marian Sabres men 15-8


SUNY Potsdam goalie Ben Fuchs (24) readies a catch while Canton native Cole Zeller (19) blocks Marian's Jackson Allsop on a shot. SUNY Potsdam held on to defeat the Marian Sabres 15-8.  (McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

SUNY potsdam, PLATTSBURGH CANCEL BALANCE OF SPRING

POTSDAM -- This afternoon, the NCAA announced a resolution to cancel its spring championships due to concern over COVID-19. The decision effectively ends the season for all State University of New York Athletic Conference members. As member of the SUNYAC and for the safety of its student-athletes, SUNY Potsdam Athletics has canceled the remainder of all its spring sports seasons.   The Bears men's and women's lacrosse teams as well as the outdoor track and field and softball teams compete during the spring in the SUNYAC. The first year men's volleyball program competes in the NEAC, which also canceled its spring campaigns today.
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PLATTSBURGH– SUNY Plattsburgh Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation has announced that all varsity athletic competitions and practices for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year have been cancelled due to the growing outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19). This includes the Plattsburgh State women's ice hockey team's participation in the NCAA Division III Women's Ice Hockey Tournament.   This decision comes on the heels of the NCAA's announcement on Thursday that all of its winter and spring championships in 2019-20 will be cancelled.  

ECAC/NCaa HOCKEY PLAYOFFS CANCELED:NO CHAMPIONSHIPS

ECAC Hockey announced today it has cancelled the remainder of its 2020 men’s championship. Games at Quinnipiac and RPI scheduled for March 13-15 shall not be played, along with the semifinals and championship game scheduled for March 20 and 21 in Lake Placid. This decision has been made in accordance with recommendations from public health and medical professionals in regard to the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.  “The No. 1 priority of ECAC Hockey and its member institutions has always been and shall continue to be the health, safety and well-being of the student-athletes, coaches, staff and fans”, said ECAC Hockey Commissioner Steve Hagwell. “We are deeply disappointed our programs will not have the opportunity to compete for a league championship; however, ceasing championship competition is in the best interest of everyone”. Individuals who have already purchased tickets to the championship weekend in Lake Placid will be refunded in full, and should contact the ORDA box office.  ECAC Hockey teams that advance to the NCAA tournament will have the ability to compete in accordance with their institutional policies.
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Clarkson Men's Hockey Coach Casey Jones made the following statement to NCSN regarding the cancellation: "Obviously, the safety of Clarkson players, coaches, staff and our fans is of the utmost importance as we face the coronavirus threat. However, unfortunately, this decision will have a huge impact on our players.  I especially feel terrible for our seniors, who have put in years of hard work to get to this point (of a very successful season).   By the evening, NCAA announced as well that their men's and women's hockey championships were canceled this year, meaning the end of the seasons for both Clarkson men and women's teams.
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CANTON – St. Lawrence University announced earlier that following the upcoming Spring Break, the University will move to remote learning, beginning Monday, March 23, so students can complete coursework as much as possible from off campus. In a letter to the campus last evening, SLU President Dr. William Fox said, as of now, no SLU student or community member has been confirmed to have contracted COVID-19. All students are expected to leave campus by this Saturday, March 14th, at 5 p.m. As of now, on-campus classes are planned to resume on Monday, April 13. Spring Break travel, including international, domestic and athletic trips, have been canceled.

NCSN THURSDAY Headlines

Men's Baseball: SUNY Canton Drops Pair to Defiance
Women's Softball: Canton Drops Pair; Potsdam Splits
Men's Lacrosse: SUNY Potsdam Defeats Marian 15-8
Women's Lacrosse: Potsdam Downs Norwich 17-11

STATE PLAYOFFS POSTPONED: HOCKEY, HOOPS INDEFINITELY

The NYSPHSAA winter regional and state championships will be immediately postponed until further notice.  It is certainly understood that postponing the remaining winter state championships is disappointing, however the opportunity to participate in a NYSPHSAA championship event does not outweigh our responsibility and obligation to ensure students participate in a healthy and safe environment. The impacted events include the NYSPHSAA Ice Hockey (including Massena), Bowling, Boys (including Madrid-Waddington and Chateaugay and Girls Basketball Regional (including Hammond and St. Lawrence Central) and State Championships.  NYSPHSAA Executive Director Dr. Robert Zayas said “It was my goal to complete the winter championships on schedule.  It has become increasingly more difficult to host these championship events with the number of unexpected challenges that have been presented.  I also have concerns as the Executive Director of NYSPHSAA and a parent, that students will be participating in an event under circumstances that are not conducive to a quality and beneficial participation experience.”  As information becomes available NYSPHSAA will provide updates.

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Hoops: M-W Upsets Moriah, Malone Falls in States
Girls Hoops: Larries Rally To Edge NAC 44-42 in States
Women's Softball: SUNY Potsdam Drops Doubleheader
Women's Lax: Clarkson Drops 11-9 Decision to B'port
Men's Hockey: Clarkson Gets Q-Final Bye Due to Virus

MALONE SEASON ENDS IN STATE OPENING ROUND 68-40

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY 68, MALONE 50
The middle two periods were the difference. After trailing by a close 20-15 at the end of the first quarter, the Malone Huskies were outscored 16-7 in the second period and 21-8 in the third quarter, leading Christian Brothers Academy to a 68-40 win in the opening round of the New York State Class A boys basketball playoffs. Dan Anderson led CBA with 20 points, while Sam Hass drained 13 points. For Malone, no individual scores were immediately available.

M-W JACKETS SHOCK MORIAH WITH 68-52 WIN IN N.Y. OPENER


Moriah’s Maddox Blaise (22) leaps to the net over the defense of Madrid-Waddington’s Drew Harmer (0).  The Yellow Jackets led from the start in what turned into an upset victory, defeating New York State's top-seeded Class C Moriah Vikings 68-52. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

LARRIES GATHER THEIR FIRST STATE WIN BEATING BOBCATS


The St. Lawrence Central Larries are victorious after an extremely-close state playoff game. A close game down to the wire saw the Larries take the lead in the final minute of the fourth quarter to win 44-42 in the opening round of the New York State Class C girls basketball playoffs.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Malone falls to averill park in nys tourney 73-28


Averill Park’s Amelia Wood (33) fires a layup past Malone defender Leah Gallagher (41) to extend the Warriors' lead to 12 points midway through the second quarter. Averill Park went on a 16-2 run across the first and second quarters en route to a 73-28 victory over Malone in the New York State Class A opening round.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Hoops: O.F.A. Turned Away By Schalmont 75-63
Girls Basketball: Malone, Canton Bow Out in NY Opener
Men's Baseball: Canton Falls to Coast Guard Academy
Women's Softball: Canton Sweeps Twinbill: 16-8, 11-1
Men's Lax: Clarkson, Potsdam Win; Canton, Cards Fall
Women's Lax: Potsdam, Plattsburgh Rack Up Big Wins

OGDENSBURG STAR SEASON ENDS IN STATE OPENER 75-63

SCHALMONT 75, OGDENSBURG 63
Ogdensburg dominating season came to an end with a 75-63 loss to Section II's Schalmont Warriors in the opening round of the New York State Class B playoffs.  O.F.A. opened with an 18-14 lead early in the second quarter, but the tide changed quickly and hard against the Blue Devils.  The Warriors went on a 24-12 run to finish the second quarter, which became the turning point of the contest.  The Blue Devils cut the Warrior lead to just three points in the third quarter, but that's as close as they would come.  Shane O'Dell poured in a game-best 36 points.  For O.F.A., Jackson Jones netted 23 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, while Trent Sargent added 19.  The game was the final high school curtain call for the Devils' Jones, Sargent, Harry Powers IV, MeSean Johnson and Brogan LaRose.

CANTON GIRLS BOW OUT IN STATE OPENER, FALLING 58-43

MECHANICVILLE 58, CANTON 43
An unanswered 11-0 run to close out the first half, generated a 30-19 lead at the break and propelled Mechanicville to a 58-43 win over the Canton Golden Bears in the opening round of the New York State Girls Class B playoffs.  Canton was unable to dent the lead with a 15-15 third quarter and outscored 13-9 in the final frame.  Mechanicville was led by Charli Goverski with 20 points, while AJ Joseph posted 10.  Emily Wentworth paced the Canton attack with 14 points, while Sarah Sieminski chipped in 10 and both Katie Chisholm and Lexi Huiatt registered eight points apiece.


Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Malone falls to averill park in nys tourney 73-28


Averill Park’s Amelia Wood (33) fires a layup past Malone defender Leah Gallagher (41) to extend the Warriors' lead to 12 points midway through the second quarter. Averill Park went on a 16-2 run across the first and second quarters en route to a 73-28 victory over Malone in the New York State Class A opening round.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Hoops: O.F.A. Turned Away By Schalmont 75-63
Girls Basketball: Malone, Canton Bow Out in NY Opener
Men's Baseball: Canton Falls to Coast Guard Academy
Women's Softball: Canton Sweeps Twinbill: 16-8, 11-1
Men's Lax: Clarkson, Potsdam Win; Canton, Cards Fall
Women's Lax: Potsdam, Plattsburgh Rack Up Big Wins

OGDENSBURG STAR SEASON ENDS IN STATE OPENER 75-63

SCHALMONT 75, OGDENSBURG 63
Ogdensburg dominating season came to an end with a 75-63 loss to Section II's Schalmont Warriors in the opening round of the New York State Class B playoffs.  O.F.A. opened with an 18-14 lead early in the second quarter, but the tide changed quickly and hard against the Blue Devils.  The Warriors went on a 24-12 run to finish the second quarter, which became the turning point of the contest.  The Blue Devils cut the Warrior lead to just three points in the third quarter, but that's as close as they would come.  Shane O'Dell poured in a game-best 36 points.  For O.F.A., Jackson Jones netted 23 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, while Trent Sargent added 19.  The game was the final high school curtain call for the Devils' Jones, Sargent, Harry Powers IV, MeSean Johnson and Brogan LaRose.

CANTON GIRLS BOW OUT IN STATE OPENER, FALLING 58-43

MECHANICVILLE 58, CANTON 43
An unanswered 11-0 run to close out the first half, generated a 30-19 lead at the break and propelled Mechanicville to a 58-43 win over the Canton Golden Bears in the opening round of the New York State Girls Class B playoffs.  Canton was unable to dent the lead with a 15-15 third quarter and outscored 13-9 in the final frame.  Mechanicville was led by Charli Goverski with 20 points, while AJ Joseph posted 10.  Emily Wentworth paced the Canton attack with 14 points, while Sarah Sieminski chipped in 10 and both Katie Chisholm and Lexi Huiatt registered eight points apiece.


Sat.-Sun., March 7-8, 2020

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Boys Hockey: O.F.A. Beaten 3-1; Massena Survives 5-4
Men's Hockey: S.L.U. Swept in ECAC Opening Round
Women's Hockey: Plattsburgh Wins Title; Clarkson Falls
Men's Volleyball: Potsdam Swept By Nazareth, Medaille
Men's Lax: Canton, Potsdam, Plattsburgh, S.L.U. Win
Women's Lax: Plattsburgh, S.L.U. Win; Clarkson Falls
Men's Baseball: Plattsburgh, Clarkson, Canton Defeated

 PLATTSBURGH WINS NEWHL CHAMPIONSHIP IN REPEAT

 Top seed Plattsburgh State women's ice hockey won its third Northeast Women's Hockey League (NEWHL) title in the three-year history of the league at the Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena, defeating No. 2 seed SUNY Oswego State, 6-1, in the NEWHL Tournament championship. It marked the Cardinals' eighth consecutive conference title overall counting the five Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) West championships they won in the final years of that conference. The Cardinals, who rose to 26-1-0 overall and extended their winning streak to 18 games with the win, earned the NEWHL's automatic bid into the NCAA Division III Tournament.

suny POTSDAM hangs on to defeat utica 11-8 in opener


SUNY Potsdam's Henry Reber (22) shoots and scores past Utica's Alex Velazquez (36).  SUNY Potsdam held on to defeat Utica 11-8 in their 2020 season home opener.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

CLARKSON DROPS 12-8 final TO SUNY GENESEO WOMEN


Geneseo's Tessa Doody (10) shoots and scores her career 100th point past Clarkson Emily Fischer (28). The SUNY Geneseo Knights went on to beat the Clarkson Golden Knights 12-8.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

Friday, March 6, 2020

O.F.A. REPEATS AS SECTION X OVERALL CHAMPS VS. MALONE


Ogdensburg boys repeated the Section X Boys Overall Championship, defeating Malone 66-50.  The Devils ran out to a 12-0 lead, but the Huskies shaved the margin to 14-10 late in the first quarter.  A 20-10 run in the second quarter pushed O.F.A.'s lead to 36-21 at the half.  .(Alex Fisher photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Boys Hoops:Ogdensburg Repeats Section X Overall Title
Girls Basketball: Canton Repeats Section X Overall Title
Men's Hoops: Canton Falls in First-Ever N.C.A.A. Playoff
Men's Hockey: Harvard Beats SLU 5-3 in Game 1 of 3
Men's Volleyball: SUNY Potsdam Swept By D'Youville
Women's Lacrosse: Potsdam, SLU Drop Friday Games

SUNY CANTON FALLS IN FIRST-EVER N.C.A.A. APPEARANCE

Joseph Werner tallied a game-high 20 points, but the SUNY Canton men’s basketball team wrapped up a historic season falling 74-49 to host and No. 17 nationally-ranked Springfield College in the NCAA First Round.  The NCAA Tournament appearance was the first for the Roos in program history as they finish the season 16-12 under first-year Head Coach Shiva Senthil.  Springfield drained their first three three-pointers of the game and owned an 11-0 lead just 3:40 into the contest. The Pride would extend the lead to 15 multiple times before a late layup gave the hosts a 36-19 lead at intermission.  The hosts used a 7-0 run the first 70 seconds out of intermission to extend their lead to 23.


canton downs hammond to repeat as section x champs


The Canton Lady Bears are Section X Girls Overall Champions for the second year in a row, after a 74-58 victory over Hammond.  Hammond fought back from 16-11 and 30-27 deficits to take a 48-47 lead after three quarters. Canton soared 27-10 in the final quarter for the victory.  (Alex Fisher photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast 

Wed.-Thu., March 4-5, 2020

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Girls Basketball: Canton, Hammond Win Overall Semis
Men's Lacrosse: St. Lawrence, Potsdam Log Victories
Men's Volleyball: SUNY Potsdam Captures Second Win

CANTON'S KATIE CHISHOLM CHOSEN FOR REETZ AWARD


Canton's Catherine Chisholm was honored with the 2020 Jan Reetz Award, presented to the exceptional boys basketball player who also exemplifies teamwork, good sportsmanship, dedication, academic achievement and community service. Also nominated for the award were St Lawrence Central's Marissa McLean, Malone's Leah Gallagher, Canton's Sarah Sieminski, and Hammond's Avery Kenyon.

CANTON HOLDS OFF LARRIES 60-53 IN OVERALL SEMIFINAL


Canton's Catherine Chisholm (3) extends up for a layup over St. Lawrence Central's Madison McLean (13).  In a game as close as three points in the final minutes, Canton held off the Larries to win 60-53 in the Section X overall semifinals. (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

HAMMOND OUTDUELS MALONE 55-36 IN OVERALL SEMIFINAL


Hammond's Avery Kenyon (11) fires a short jumper over Malone's Leah Gallagher (41) to drop in two of her 21 points. The Hammond Red Devils defeated the Malone Huskies 55-36 in the Section X overall semifinals.  Hammond's aggressive defense kept the Huskies at bay, particularly in the first half.(Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Basketball:Malone, O.F.A. Win Section X Semifinals
Men's Hockey: Oswego Ends Plattsburgh Season 4-1
Men's Lacrosse: Clarkson Rolls Past Plattsburgh 16-5

MALONE PULLS AWAY FROM CHATEAUGAY IN SEMIFINAL


Malone’s Alexander Preve (21) charges up the court after stealing the ball from Chateaugay’s Jed McDonald (0). A close game until the fourth quarter saw Malone lead by just two at the half.  In the second half, the Huskies extended their lead en route to a 68-49 win.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast 

O.F.A.'s mesean Johnson
named jukoski recipient


Ogdensburg’s MeSean Johnson (right) was honored with the 2020 Joe Jukoski Award, presented to the exceptional boys basketball player who also exemplifies teamwork, good sportsmanship, dedication, academic achievement and community service. Also nominated for the award were (l-r) Harrisville’s Jadon Sullivan, Chateaugay’s Jonah McDonald and Madrid-Waddington’s Brennan Harmer. (Andrew Baker photo). Awards Gallery

O.F.A. RACKS UP BIG WIN VS.
M-W JACKETS IN OVERALL SEMI


Ogdensburg’s Jackson Jones (34) slings a skip pass away from Madrid-Waddington’s Trent Lashua (24). After a brief lead at the start of the game for Madrid-Waddington, Ogdensburg’s offense came alive to outscore the Jackets 47-9 at halftime. At the end of the game, the Blue Devils had powered to an 82-31 commanding victory. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery NCSN Broadcast 

Monday, March 2, 2020

O'DONNELL GOAL PROPELS O.F.A. TO DIVISION II CROWN


The Ogdensburg Blue Devils are the Section X Division II boys hockey champions. A hard fought game saw the Blue Devils score the only goal of the contest at 12:41 into the third period. A mad scramble around the Icemen's net, set up by Karson LaRose, led to a cross-the-crease pass to Nolan O'Donnell who flipped in the game's only goal with just 2:19 to go.  (Baker photo). Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

massena reclaims division i title, beating canton 5-1


The Massena Red Raiders are the Section X Division I boys hockey champions. Canton opened the scoring early, just 3:10 into the first period. However, Massena netted two pucks in the restr of the first period and three in the third to win 5-1. (Baker photo). Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Saturday, February 29, 2020

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Boys Basketball: Chateaugay, Ogdensburg Claim Titles
Girls Hoops: Hammond, Canton Win Championships
Men's Hoops: Canton Wins Championship; Bears Bow
Women's Basketball: SLU Bows Out in Liberty Semifinal
Men's Hockey: Saints Tie; Clarkson & Potsdam Beaten
Women's Hockey: Clarkson Wins Semifinal; SLU Beaten
Boys Wrestling: Gouverneur's Carter Baer Wins States
Men's Track: St. Lawrence & Plattsburgh 5th in Lg. Finals
Women's Track: S.L.U. 5th, Plattsburgh 4th in Lg. Finals
Men's Lacrosse: Plattsburgh Outlast Skidmore 10-9 O.T.
Women's Softball: Clarkson Splits Twinbill 10-2, 1-11

BACK ON TOP: HAMMOND WINS CLASS D GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP


The Red Devil is back: For the first time in seven years, the Hammond Lady Red Devils are back on top as Section X Class D champions. Hammond dominated two-time defending champion Edwards-Knox in the semifinals, then ruled Heuvelton (the prior four-time champion) in 64-35 in the championship. (Alex Fisher photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Ogdensburg's early blitz sets tone to repeat title


The Ogdensburg Blue Devils are the Section X Class B boys basketball champions. O.F.A. led the ball game from the start, procuring a 36-16 lead at the half. Canton improved in the second half, scoring 34 points. The Blue Devils went on to win their second-straight Section X Class B title 77-50. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery NCSN Broadcast

Canton wins 55-48 over O.F.A. in overtime thriller


The Canton Golden Bears are the Section X Class B girls basketball champions. A close game saw Canton leading 26-18 at halftime. A strong second half performance by Ogdensburg put the game into overtime, where the Golden Bears maintained their head of steam, downing the Blue Devils 55-48. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery NCSN Broadcast

CHATEAUGAY WINS CLASS D TITLE, ENDING PIRATES' REIGN


Back on top: Chateaugay boys celebrate the Section X Class D Championship after defeating Harrisville 63-58. The title is the first for Chateaugay in four year. Jonah McDonald led all scorers with 33 points, and passed the 2,000 point plateau. (Alex Fisher photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast 

suny canton men win north atlantic conference title

SUNY CANTON 72, UMAINE-FRAMINGTON 71
Danny Santana and Joseph Werner both tied game-highs of 19 points as the SUNY Canton men’s basketball team earned a 72-71 victory at Maine Farmington in the North Atlantic Conference Championship game. The NAC Championship is the first for the Roos in men’s basketball as they earn the conference’s automatic qualifier to the NCAA Tournament. The men’s basketball team joins the women’s lacrosse team, who won the 2019 NAC Championship last spring, as the only teams in SUNY Canton history to qualify for the NCAA Tournament.  Werner and Santana led all scorers with 19 points each as Werner was a perfect 7-for-7 from the field, 1-for-1 from behind the arc, and 4-for-5 from the line. He also finished with 10 rebounds for his sixth double-double of the season.

Friday, February 28, 2020

O.f.a. outlasts shamrocks in double shootout 3-2


Ogdensburg’s Landin McDonald (27) shoots the puck glove side, while being heavily challenged by Salmon River’s Luke Miller (27). The puck was snared for a faceoff in the Salmon River zone. In one of the longest games in Section X history Ogdensburg outlasted Salmon River in a double shootout 3-2 to advance to the Division II Championships against Norwood-Norfolk.  (Alex Fisher photo)  Game Gallery


NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Boys Basketball: Late Surge Lifts M-W to Class C Title
Girls Basketball: Larries Upset M-W For Class C Title
Men's Hoops: Potsdam  Advances to SUNYAC Finale
Boys Hockey Semifinal: O.F.A. Outlasts Salmon in 2SO
Men's Hockey:Clarkson Ties Colgate; St. Lawrence Falls
Women's Hockey: Clarkson Wins OT; SLU Falls Q-Final

#3 Larries Upset #1 Jackets in Class c title game 53-48


St. Lawrence Central's Marissa McLean (12) executes a layup over Madrid-Waddington's Alexis Sullivan.  The Larries surged back from M-W's 12-6 start with an 11-0 run.  After the Jackets tied the game late in the fourth, the #3 Larries upset the top-seeded Yellowjackets 53-48 for the Section X Class C title. (Jacob McNamara photos)  Game Gallery

Madrid-waddington wins  class c title vs. larries


St. Lawrence Central's Hunter Aquiett and Cash Feeley grab for the ball between Madrid-Waddington's Drew Harmer (0) and Trent Lashua (24).  In a game of multiple lead changes and ties, the Yellowjackets edged way late in the fourth quarter to emerge with a 51-41 win over the Larries in the Section X Class C final.  (McNamara photo) Game Gallery

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Norwood-Norfolk bursts in third period to win 5-2


Norwood-Norfolk’s Bobby Voss (15) buries the puck short side on St. Lawrence goaltender Terran Robertson (30). After a 1-1 tie at the end of the first period, the Larries scored to go up 2-1 with 3.6 seconds left in the second. The Icemen exploded in the third period, scoring four goals, including two just 11 seconds apart, for the 5-2 victory in the Section X Division II semifinals. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

CHANGES IN SECTION X HOOPS, HOCKEY PLAYOFFS SCHEDULE

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2020
BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS
Section X Class C Championship - SUNY Potsdam
(#1) Madrid-Waddington vs. (#2) St. Lawrence Central 7:45
GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS
Section X Class C Championship - SUNY Potsdam
(#1) Madrid-Waddington vs. (#3) St. Lawrence Central 6:00
BOYS HOCKEY PLAYOFFS
Section X Division II Semifinals - at Higher Seed
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#3) Salmon River at (#2) Ogdensburg 6:30

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2020
BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS
Section X Class D Championship - SUNY Potsdam
(#2) Harrisville vs. (#1) Chateaugay 2:45
Section X Class B Championship - at SUNY Potsdam
(#1) Ogdensburg vs. (#2) Canton 7:45
GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS
Section X Class D Championship - at SUNY Potsdam
(#1) Hammond at (#2) Heuvelton 1:00
Section X Class B Championship - SUNY Potsdam
(#2) Ogdensburg vs. (#1) Canton 6:00

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Girls Hoops: Heuvelton, Hammond Win Class D Semis
Boys Hockey: Canton Over Potsdam in Division I Semi
Men's Hockey: Potsdam, Plattsburgh Win Quarterfinals
Men's Lacrosse: Clarkson Rocks SUNY Canton 22-3
Women's Lax: Cardinals Nip Canton OT; Clarkson Wins

PALMER GOAL LIFTS CANTON OVER POTSDAM 2-1 IN SEMIS


Potsdam’s Romano Sergi (16) and Canton’s Daniel Mahoney (22) battle for a loose puck in front of the net.  Canton's late third-period goal broke a 1-1 tie, en route to a 2-1 semifinal win and propelling the Bears back to the Section X Division I title game.(Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

HAMMOND FIGHTS OFF E-K COUGAR SURGE IN 53-38 WIN


Edwards-Knox’s Dekoda Matthews (5) slaps the ball away from Hammond’s Avery Kenyon (11), without drawing a foul.  Hammond fought off a first-half surge by the Cougars who led by as much as seven, before top-seeded Hammond claimed a 53-38 win in the Section X Class D semifinals. (Andrew Baker photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

HEUVELTON SHUTS DOWN CHATEAUGAY 38-16 IN SEMIS


Chateaugay’s Anna Bleakley (14) leaps for a layup over the attempted block of Heuvelton’s Bella Doyle (22). Heuvelton led the way from the start, outscoring struggling Chateaugay 16-6 In the first half.  Heuvelton expanded the lead with a 16-0 run in the third quarter, securing the 38-16 victory. (Andrew Baker photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


THURSDAY'S NCSN GAME BROADCASTS
SECTION X CLASS B CHAMPIONSHIPS

Girls Final: Canton vs. Ogdensburg 6:00 p.m.
Boys Final: Canton vs. Ogdensburg 7:45 p.m.
All NCSN Broadcasts here

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

St Lawrence Central GRABS 6-3 PLAYOFF WIN AT MALONE


St Lawrence Central's Ashton Adams (12) shoots and scores past Malone goaltender Jeremiah Scharf (30).  The Larries pulled away from a 3-2 lead after two periods to defeat the Huskies 6-3 in the Section X Division II quarterfinals.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

SALMON RIVER NETS FIRST-ROUND WIN VS. ISLANDERS 4-1


Thousand Islands-Alex Bay's Jake Lynch (86) defends and blocks a shot from Salmon River attacker Alex Oakes (24).  Third-seeded Salmon River scored two goals in each of the last two periods, and went on to defeat the #6-seeded Islanders 4-1 in the Section X Division II quarterfinals.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Hoops: Chateaugay, Harrisville Win Semifinals
Men's Basketball: St. Lawrence Falls To Ithaca 64-54
Women's Hoops:St. Lawrence Wins Liberty Opening Rd.
Boys Hockey: St. Lawrence, Salmon River Win Q-Finals
Men's Lacrosse: St. Lawrence Rolls Over Potsdam 20-5

HARRISVILLE RALLIES IN 4TH TO OVERCOME H-D DEMONS 58-41


Harrisville’s Jadon Sullivan (10) wrenches the ball away from Hermon-DeKalb’s Jake Spencer (35). A close game from the start saw Harrisville leading 14-13 at the end of the first quarter and 24-23 at the half.  H-D turned the tables in the third, this time taking the lead 38-37. The defending Class D state champions turned up the defensive heat and transition in the fourth, outscoring the Green Demons 21-3 for the 58-41 victory. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery


CHATEAUGAY BEATS BACK HEUVELTON SURGES IN SEMIS


Heuvelton’s Nate Mashaw (11) prepares to shoot over the blocking attempt of Chateaugay’s Jed McDonald (0).  Chateaugay built a 19-2 lead early, but Heuvelton fought back to cut the lead to 36-32 at halftime. Chateaugay quickly expanded the lead to 11 points to open the second half, en route to a 66-43 Class D semifinal win. Jonah McDonald wielded the hot hand with 34 points.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

 


Monday, February 24, 2020

MALONE PULLS AWAY IN FINAL QTR. TO WIN CLASS A CROWN


Malone Huskies celebrate with their Section X Championship banner after winning the Class A title by defeating Massena 60-41.  The Huskies pulled away from a 41-31 lead after three quarters.  Malone advances to the first round of the NYSPHSAA Class A Tournament.  The win was the 400th coaching victory for Malone's Shelly Skelly.  Madison Ansari racked up a game-best 34 points, while Leah Gallagher had 17. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

MALONE RALLIES IN LAST 3:00 TO WIN CLASS A CROWN 55-48


Malone's Daimen Poirier (1) battles past Massena defender Chris McGrefor (12) to sink an off-balance layup.  Malone overcame deficits of eight points twice in the second half, and 10 points twice in the first half to top Massena 55-48 in the Section X Class A Championship.  Diamen Poirier poured in 17 points, while Payton Poirier added eight.  Malone advances to the Section X overall semifinals and state tournament playoffs. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

NCSN MONDAY Headlines

Boys Hoops: Malone Rallies to Win "A" Title vs. Massena
Girls Hoops: Malone Beats Massena For Class A Crown


 

GAME AND BROADCAST SCHEDULING CHANGE
Tuesday's Section X Class D boys semifinals have been moved to SUNY Potsdam to accommodate the large crowds for each game.  Game times have been shifted to 6:45 for the Hermon-DeKalb vs. Harrisville game and 8:30 for the Heuvelton-Chateaugay.  North Country SportsNet will broadcast both games live.  NCSN Broadcasts

Sunday, February 23, 2020

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Girls Hoops:Heuvelton, Hammond,E-K, Chateaugay Win
Cheerleading: Heuvelton, O.F.A., M-W Win Sectionals

Heuvelton pulls away from H-d DEMONS 51-37 in Q-FINALS


Hermon-DeKalb’s Emery McQuade (24) sinks a jump shot from just inside the three-point line, while Heuvelton’s Grace Mills (11) position herself to box out. Hermon-DeKalb led 23-20 at the half, but Heuvelton moves on after defeating the Demons 51-37 in the Section X Class D quarterfinals. (Alex Fisher photo) Game Gallery

EDWARDS-KNOX PULLS AWAY FROM HARRISVILLE 67-50


Harrisville’s Torie Moore (14) swats the ball up and away from Edwards-Knox’s Lucy Frary (3). Edwards-Knox got off to a quicker start 15-6 at the end of the first quarter, but the Pirates rebounded with a strong second period, leading 28-25 at halftime.  But the Cougars shelled out 42 points in the second half, en route to a 67-50 victory in the Section X Class D semifinals. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

Chateaugay SURGES IN 4TH TO BEAT sT. rEGIS fALLS 39-28


St. Regis Falls’ Leah Walker (10) pulls up for a mid-range shot with a group of Chateaugay players defending and she was fouled on the play. Chateaugay was up by a 13-12 margin at halftime and 21-20 after three quarters.  The Bulldogs ran away in the fourth quarter 18-8 to capture a 39-28 victory in the Section X Class D quarterfinals.  (Alex Fisher photo) Game Gallery

HAMMOND SAILS PAST COLTON- PIERREPONT IN SEMIFINALS


Hammond’s Avery Kenyon (11) prepares to leap for the basket, chased by Colton-Pierrepont’s Isabelle Vaccaro (30). In the game, Kenyon notched here 1,000th varsity career point.  Hammond jetted out to a 48-0 halftime lead.  Hammond cruised on to a 76-18 victory in the Section X Class D quarterfinals.  (Andrew Baker photo)  Game Gallery

MadrID-waddington wins co-ed division title by point


The Madrid-Waddington Yellow Jackets at the end their routine. The Jackets captured their first-ever Section X Championship in the Co-Ed Division recording 63 points for their routine, followed by the Edwards-Knox Cougars who took second place with 62 points. The Clifton-Fine Eagles placed third at 58. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Ogdensburg narrowly beats lisbon for title 71-70


The Ogdensburg Blue Devils cheer squad celebrate with their Section X Championship banner, after capturing the Large School Division title posting a 71-point score for their routine. Lisbon placed in second with 70 points.  Meet Gallery

Saturday, February 22, 2020

PIRATES BEGIN STATE TITLE DEFENSE BEATING HAMMOND


Hammond's Lukas McQueer (13) tries to block over a short jumper from Harrisville's Nolan Parow (4).  Harrisville began defense of their New York State title with a 81-49 win vs. Hammond. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

TOP-SEED Chateaugay winS quarterfinal VS. COLTS


Chateaugay’s Walker Martin (12) drops the layup on a fast break against Colton-Pierrepont’s Harlee Besio (32).  The Bulldogs beat the Colts 66-34 to win the Section X Class D quarterfinal and advance to face Heuvelton in the semifinal round.  (Alex Fisher photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Hermon-DeKalb ELIMINATES Edwards-Knox 71-28


Hermon-DeKalb's Jay Carrow (12) flies up for a dunk attempt.  Hermon-DeKalb defeated Edwards-Knox 71-28 in the Section X Class D quarterfinals.  The Demons advance to face Harrisville. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

NCSN SATURDAY Headlines

Boys Hoops: H-D,Harrisville, Chateaugay, Heuvelton Win
Men's Hoops: Potsdam, SLU, Clarkson, Plattsburgh Bow
Women's Hoops: Clarkson Wins; St. Lawrence Edged
Men's Hockey:SLU Stuns Harvard; Clarkson, Canton Win
Women's Hockey:Clarkson,Platts. Win; SLU, Canton Fall
Men's Swim:Clarkson 5th,SLU 8th;Potsdam 9th in Finals
Women's Swim:SLU 7th,Clarkson 8th;Pdam 8th in Final
Men's Volleyball: Potsdam Swept in Doubleheader Sets
Men's Lacrosse: Canton Opens Falling to SUNY Poly

Heuvelton advances after defeating Lisbon 89-55


Heuvelton’s Jed Crayford (13) drains his fourth trifecta frion the left corner as Lisbon’s Ethan Martin (24) tries to contest the shot.  The Bulldogs hit baskets from everywhere as they nailed 13 three-pointers en route to a 89-55 victory over Lisbon in the Section X Class D quarterfinal.  (Kevin Fisher photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast
 


Friday, February 21, 2020

Ogdensburg fends off wildcats' comeback 52-42


Ogdensburg’s Riley Hough (21) muscles up for a lay-in while Gouverneur’s Alexis Devlin (20) tries to contest the shot from behind.  The Wildcats trimmed a 13-point lead to just six in the fourth quarter, but O.F.A. sealed a 52-42 win in the Section X Class B semifinal.  (Kevin Fisher photo) Game Gallery

canton defeats Potsdam
71-34 in class b semifinal


Canton’s Hailee Duvall (21) prepares to shoot against Potsdam defender Italia Milani (35).  The Golden Bears jumped to a 21-2 lead at the end of the first quarter and 38-11 at the half.  The fourth quarter was Potsdam’s best, scoring 13 points. Canton beat Potsdam 71-34 in the Section X Class C semifinals. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

ST. LAWRENCE LARRIES SKY OVER FLYERS 65-42 IN SEMIS


St. Lawrence Central's Maggie Yandoh (4) soars above Norwood-Norfolk's Brianna Stratton (22)for a three-point attempt.  The #3-seeded Larries dashed out to a 19-2 lead at second-seeded Norwood-Norfolk, setting the tone for a 65-42 win the the Section X Class C semifinals.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

 

 

Thursday, February 20, 2020

M-W JACKETS PULL AWAY LATE TO Beat FLYERS 60-40 IN SEMIS


Norwood-Norfolk's Levi Sochia (13) twists his way over Madrid-Waddington's Sage Cordwell (44) for a layup.  Madrid-Waddington defeated Norwood-Norfolk 60-40 in the Section X Class C semifinal playoff contest.  (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

st. lawrence ctl. holds off brushton-moira 54-51 in semi


St. Lawrence Central’s Caeden Taylor (10) reaches around Brushton-Moira defender Logan Bassett (21) to score on the reverse layup to extend the Larries' lead to two points late in the third quarter. The Larries battled back after being down by 11 late in the second quarter to capture the 54-51 victory over the Panthers to advance to the Section X Class C Championship. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Canton Eliminates Wildcats 65-30 in class b semifinals


Canton’s Zach VanBrocklin (23) hard dribbles to the outside of Gouverneur’s Connor Wood (23). Canton opened strong with 22 points in the first quarter, then opened a 41-16 lead at halftime. Canton beat Gouverneur 65-30 in the Section X Class B semifinals. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

NCSN THURSDAY Headlines

Boys Basketball: Larries Rally To Overcome B-M 54-51
Boys Basketball: Jackets Pull Away to Beat Flyers 60-40
Boys Basketball: Canton Downs Gouverneur 65-30

Boys Basketball: O.F.A. Ends Shamrocks' Season 99-45

Ogdensburg breezes past salmon river 99-45 in semis


Salmon River’s Logan Lebehn (11) goes up and over to swat the ball away from Ogdensburg’s Trent Sargent (10) who attempts a layup.  Ogdensburg beat Salmon River 99-45 to advance to the Section X Class B Championship on February 27th vs. Canton. (Kevin Fisher photo)  Game Gallery

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

colton-pierrepont fends off lisbon in 41-28 victory


Lisbon’s Alexa McKee (10) breaks past Colton-Pierrepont defender Isabelle Vaccaro (30) to score a layup and cut into the Colts' early lead.  After falling behind 14-8 at the half, Golden Knights drew within two points by the end of the third quarter. The Colts outscored Lisbon 19-8 in the fourth to advance to the Section X Class D Quarterfinals with a 41-28 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Regis defeats Tupper Lake in OPENING-ROUND win


St. Regis Falls’ Kaitlyn Arcadi (11) rises for a shot over the blocking hand of Tupper Lake’s Elaina Daniels (20). In the Section X Class D opening round, the Saints and Lumberjacks were tied 2-2.  St. Regis opened up the game, outscoring Tupper Lake 13-3. The Saints continued to roll, ousting the Lumberjacks 50-8. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Girls Hoops: St. Regis, H-D, Colts, Potsdam Win Opener
Boys Hockey: Massena, N-N Capture Reg.Season Titles
Women's Hockey: SUNY Canton Downs Potsdam 3-1

potsdam BEATS SALMON RIVER 46-22 TO ADVANCE


Potsdam’s Katie Davis (12) breaks through the Salmon River defense to score off the open layup to extend the Sandstoner lead to 19 points in the third quarter. The Sandstoners advanced to the Section X Class B semifinals earning the 46-22 victory over Salmon River. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery




After sluggish start, h-d demons run past rockets


Hermon-DeKalb's Jordyn Whitton cuts inside and floats a basket in.  During the second quarter, H-D outscored Morristown 25-3 to fuel their 55-26 win. Hermon-DeKalb was led by Audrianna Tehonica with 18 points and Hillary Jones with 15. Morristown's Haley Ward dropped in 10 points, while Rylie Showers finished with five points. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery


Tuesday, February 18, 2020

hAMMOND RALLIES TO DEFEAT p-H PANTHERS 70-67 IN O.T.


Hammond’s Nate Jewett (11) skies for a shot against a block attempt from Parishville-Hopkinton’s Peyton Snell (10). After halftime, Hammond fought back with consistent scoring to take a 59-57 lead.  The Red Devils won in the extra period 70-67.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

edwards-Knox advances past St. Regis Falls 81-62


Edwards-Knox’s Joseph Hart (14) leaps over St. Regis Falls defender Coalby Cox (15) to score the jump shot. Edwards-Knox pulled away in the second half to beat St. Regis Falls 81-62 and advance to the Section X Class D Quarterfinals .  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Basketball: Hammond Rallies to Beat P-H in O.T.
Boys Basketball: Salmon River Edges Potsdam 47-46
Boys Basketball: Edwards-Knox Tops St. Regis 81-62
Boys Basketball: Heuvelton Takes Down Rockets 80-46
Boys Basketball: Colts Cut Down Lumberjacks 49-35
Women's Hockey: SUNY Canton Beats Morrisville 2-0

COLTON-PIERREPONT TRIPS TUPPER LAKE IN OPENER 49-35


Tupper Lake's Eli Kulzer (white) tries to find an opening against three Colton-Pierrepont defenders, including a block attempt from Aiden Knight (30).  The Colts jumped out to an 18-7 lead in the first quarter, then held off the Lumberjacks the rest of the way in a 49-35 win in the Section X Class D opening round. (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery


Salmon river squeezes past potsdam 47-46 in play-in


Potsdam's Aiden Stickles (42) attempts a shot while Salmon River's Rarennenha:wi Cook-Francis (12) reaches to block. Going into the half, Potsdam tied Salmon River at 28-28.  In a tight back-and-forth contest, Salmon River squeaked out a narrow 47-46 win tin the Section X Class B opening round game. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

HEUVELTON ENDS ROCKETS' SEASON WITH 80-46 VICTORY

HEUVELTON 80, MORRISTOWN 46
A slow start doomed the 12th-seeded Morristown Green Rockets in their opening-round playoff game against #5-seeded Heuvelton in the Section X Class D playoffs.  The Bulldogs sped out to a 28-7 lead, before coasting to an 80-46 win.  Nate Mashaw came out firing with 14 of his game-best 16 points in the first quarter.  Braeden Free also netted 16, while Jed Crayford added 15 and Gavin Barney dumped in 10 points.  Heuvelton advances to face 4th-seeded Lisbon in the D-Arama quarterfinals.  The Rockets were led by Kade Marshall's 18 points, while Ashton Colby dropped in 12.  Morristown closed out its 2019-'20 campaign at 3-18 overall.


Sat.-Sun., February 15-16, 2020

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Boys Basketball: Lisbon Tops Edwards-Knox 75-56
Girls Basketball: St. Regis Falls Downs Lisbon 41-30
Men's Hoops: Clarkson, Potsdam Win; Canton Falls
Women's Basketball: Potsdam Wins; Other Locals Fall
Boys Hockey: Varney, Potsdam Upset Massena 4-3 OT
Men's Hockey: Clarkson, Canton Win; Cards Edge Bears
Women's Hockey: Canton, S.L.U. Clarkson Post Wins
Men's Volleyball: SUNY Potsdam Men Fall in Sweeps

Varney's hat trick carries potsdam vs. massena 4-3 (OT)


Potsdam's Will Varney (21) backhands the puck past Massena goaltender Benjamin Rogers (1).  Varney's hat trick and assist, including the game winner, carried Potsdam over Massena 4-3 in overtime, and a sweep over the Red Raiders this season.  (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

 


CLARKSON WINS DEFENSIVE GAME VS. PRINCETON 2-1


Clarkson’s Kristy Pidgeon passes the puck around Princeton defender Sarah Fillier (16) and across the crease in front of goalie (33) Rachel McQuigge who deflects away the attempt.  In a defensive struggle with the Tigers, Clarkson made a third-period stand to hold off Princeton 2-1.  (Alex Fisher photo) Game Gallery
 

PLATTSBURGH MEN HOLD ON TO DEFEAT SUNY Potsdam 6-5


SUNY Plattsburgh’s Ryan Hogg (19) skates in to sweep the puck around the left pad of Potsdam goaltender Michael Paglucca (29) for the unassisted goal.  Plattsburgh edged Potsdam 6-5.(Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

three different scorers help Roos win 3-1 over cats


Canton’s Alexa Parigi shoots the puck between Anna Maria’s Sara Sammons (21) and Sophia Zimmerman (22), hitting the crossbar and scoring at 14:20 of the first period to give the Roos a 1-0 lead.  Breanna Bedborough and Hannah Desrochers assisted.  The Canton Roos netted two goals in the third period to defeat Anna Maria 3-1.  (Alex Fisher photo) Game Gallery

Friday, February 14, 2020

Gouverneur and canton share co-championship


 Malone’s Lucas Martin tangles up Ogdensburg’s Adam Calton in his 13-4 win over at the 132-pound weight class. In the closest Section X wrestling championship final ever, Canton and Gouverneur both finished with 168 teams points, while third-place Malone scored Malone 167½.  (Alex Fisher photo)  Meet Gallery  Awards Gallery

malone ends third, down by 1/2-point to co-champions


In the 138-pound weight class, Gouverneur’s Carter Baer gets in position to flip and pin Malone’s Logan Robideau at 1:23 of the opening round. Meet Gallery  Awards Gallery

heuvelton takes home win in small-school division


The Heuvelton Bulldogs hoist their mascot signs in the opening pose of their routine. Heuvelton captured first place in the Small School Division, followed by Malone taking second place.  The Gouverneur Wildcats placed third in the division. (Cody Jenne photo)  Invitational Gallery  Cheerleading Page

Copenhagen wins co-ed division, m-w takes 2nd


The Copenhagen Knights strike their final pose to close out their routine. The Knights captured the victory in the Co-Ed division recording a score of 74.25 followed by the Madrid-Waddington Yellowjackets taking home second with 66.72. The Edwards-Knox Cougars placed third with 58.8.

Thursday, February 13, 2020

hermon-dekalb outlasts lisbon for 57-51 victory


Lisbon's Jackson LaRock (25) skies over Hermon-DeKalb's Jacob Coller (2) to score off the jump shot to extend the Golden Knights lead to five points late in the second quarter.  The Green Demons battled back in a third quarter, then held on in the closing minutes for a 57-51 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

NCSN Thursday HeadlineS

Boys Hoops: H-D,Colts,Canton, Larries, Pirates, E-K Win
Girls Hoops: E-K's Hart, Hammond's Bennett Hit 1,000

BENNETT REACHES 1,000 PTS. IN HAMMOND WIN VS. DEMONS


Hammond's Kelsey Bennett (5) stops and pops the basket to reach the 1,000-point plateau early in the second half of the Red Devils 69-23 home victory over Hermon-DeKalb.  The win also game Hammond sole possession of the West Division regular-season title.  (Lisa Freeman photo)

HART SINKS 1,000TH POINT IN
cOUGARS' WIN VS. PIRATES


Edwards-Knox's Abby Hart passed the 1,000-point mark in the Cougars' 70-55 win vs. Harrisville.  (Photo provided)

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Hoops: Chateaugay's McDonald New Scoring Mark
Girls Hoops: Hammond Clinches West; Chisholm 1,000
Boys Hockey:Raiders Clinch Share of D-I; Potsdam Wins
Women's Hockey: Canton Shades Potsdam 4-3 in O.T.
Boys Track: Malone Wins Title; Canton 2nd; Raiders 3rd
Girls Track: Canton Repeats; Potsdam 2nd; Flyers 3rd

MALONE REPEATS TRACK TITLE CANTON 2ND, POTSDAM 3RD


Indian River’s Troy Stephen topped the triple jump, long jump and high jump and was named the Boys Field MVP.  However, Malone won its fourth straight title at the annual Sectionals in Canton.  (Andrew Baker photo). Meet Gallery

CANTON WINS SECTION TRACK TITLE; POTSDAM 2ND, N-N 3RD


Runners break off the starting line to begin the 2020 Section X Track Championship with the girls 3200-meter relay.  Potsdam won the event.  However, Canton repeated as Section X champions. (Kevin Fisher photo)  Meet Gallery

MMcDonald sets Section X  record in win vs. Tupper


Chateaugay’s Jonah McDonald (5) is joined by Asistant Coach Jason LaPlante and Coach Mike Martin, after breaking the previous Section X boys all-time scoring record of 1,908 and setting his own mark of 1,929. Chateaugay beat Tupper Lake 77-41. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

POIRIER'S 1,000TH POINT LIFTS MALONE PAST LARRIES 57-50


The Malone Huskies' Payton Poirier (10) is the latest Section X player to reach the 1,000-point plateau.  Poirier, joined by parents Scott and Jen, reached the milestone during Wednesday's close contest between the Huskies and the St. Lawrence Central Larries.  Malone won the contest 57-50.  (Photo provided)
 

Chateaugay GIRLS ROLL PAST Tupper Lake IN 43-11 VICTORY


Tupper Lake’s Elaina Daniels (20) stops and pops the jumper over Chateaugay’s Cammi Champagne (13).  Chateaugay cruised past Tupper Lake 43-11 in East Division play. (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery

CHISHOLM NETS 1,000TH POINT IN CANTON WIN VS. POTSDAM


Canton's Katie Chisholm became the latest girls basketball player to reach the 1,000-point plateau.  Chisholm helped lead the Golden Bears to a 63-42 win over Potsdam on Senior Night at Canton.  The Bears closed the regular season at 14-0 and Central Division champions.  (Photo provided)