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Saturday, June 11, 2015

Tuckers down Blue Devils
7-2 in N.y.s semifinals

Mattituck’s Chris Dwyer (25) slides onto home plate however Ogdensburg catcher Peyton Lalone (4) got the catch in time to make the force out for the second out of the fourth inning. The Tuckers started out strong earning two runs in the first inning to take a quick 2-0 lead. The Blue Devils struck back in the second inning as Kinnon LaRose came across the plate to bring the game within one. Mattituck struck again earning a run in the fifth inning taking a 3-1 lead. The Tuckers broke out the bats in the sixth platting four runs to jump to a 7-1 lead. Ogdensburg’s Seth Pinkerton scored the final run of the game in the sixth. Mattituck captured the 7-2 victory over the Blue Devils to send them into the New York State Class B Championship Game where they faced Section V’s Livonia. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Galley


When Brian Leonard was starring on the field for the Rutgers Football team, he was focused on his role and the contribution he could make to the Scarlet Knights’ success. Playing with passion and determination, he wowed fans with his “Leonard Leap” and his stellar ability to make key plays. Today, after playing in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Cincinnati Bengals and the St. Louis Rams, Leonard continues to use that skill and dedication for the game to give young football players the opportunity to learn from the best. Leonard opens his 8th Annual Youth Football Camp on June 30, 2015 to continue his tradition of combining excellent, skilled coaches with the teaching of football fundamentals, self-motivation, and teamwork to both beginning and experienced players in grades 1 through 12. The day camp sessions will take place at Sandstoner Park, 43 Pine Street, Potsdam, beginning on Tuesday, June 30, and continuing daily through Friday, July 3. The Leonard Camp has always made it a priority to have a top-level coaching roster to enhance the campers’ experience. The newest coach is Chris Demarest, who coached at Rutgers from 2004-2008, and who was instrumental in making the Rutgers team 12th in the nation according to the final USA Today / ESPN / AP ranking. Demarest coached the nation’s second-ranked pass defense in 2007 and the sixth-ranked pass defense in 2006. In 2006, which was also Leonard’s final season, Rutgers finished 11-2 and defeated Kansas State in the Texas Bowl, 37-10, on December 28, 2006. Before coaching at Rutgers, from 2000 to 2003, Demarest coached the secondary at North Carolina State, leading the 2002 Wolfpack team to a Top 20 pass defense. Prior to that, from 1998 to 1999, Demarest coached cornerbacks at Florida State, guiding the nation’s number 1-ranked pass defense in 1998, and coaching on Florida State’s undefeated national championship team in 1999. In all, Demarest has coached nine bowl teams; 17 NFL players; two Pro Bowlers,

NCSN Saturday Headlines

Boys Baseball: Blue Devils Fall 7-2 In N.Y.S Semifinals

Devin McCourty and Adrian Wilson; and one Super Bowl Most Valuable Player, Dexter Jackson. This past season, Demarest was at the University of Hawaii where he was Special Teams Coordinator and coach of the team’s Safeties. Leonard, a graduate of Gouverneur High School, takes an active role in the daily teaching and coaching sessions to further his goal of helping players to become the best they can be. He brought his camp to the North Country to provide an outstanding, positive experience for young athletes in an area where football opportunities are limited. The Camp’s curriculum focuses on key playing elements, instructing campers in a safe environment with non-contact play, and features coaches who demonstrate exemplary dedication for teaching youth and promoting good sportsmanship. This year’s coaching staff includes the following instructors: Brian Leonard, NFL Running Back; Chris Demarest, former College Assistant at Hawaii/ Rutgers/ North Carolina State; Mike Britton, former Head Coach Clarkson University Club Football; Sean Devlin, Head Coach Gouverneur High School; Matt Tessmer, Head Coach Ogdensburg Free Academy; James Kirka, Head Coach Potsdam High School; Dan Duddy, Head Coach Donovan Catholic High School (NJ). Proudly, Leonard points to the successful results of the previous camps, which have included a significant number of campers who were recognized for their contributions to their teams. This year’s camp will offer a day-option only, with daily sessions beginning at 8:30 am and ending at 3:00 pm. Each camper is required to bring a non-perishable lunch and a water bottle. Due to the heat, participants are asked to bring a cooler with an ice pack inside. All belongings should be labeled with a first and last name. The cost of the camp is $260. Information and registration forms can be found at or by calling (732) 597-3126. Email inquiries should be sent to

Saturday, June 6, 2015

Blue Devils Run by Hornets 9-5 in N.Y.S. quarterfinal

Plattsburgh’s Alex Follmer (3) returns back safely to first base before being tagged out by Ogdensburg’s Jordan Miller (12). The Blue Devils erupted for seven runs in the bottom of the fourth  to extend the lead to 8-0 and went on to win 9-5 in the State Class B quarterfinal.  (Allen photo)  Game Gallery

n-n Flyers fall to hoosic valley in regional final

A Hoosic Valley player dives onto third base beating the tag by Norwood-Norfolk's Tristen Harvey (18) to advance on a base hit. Hoosic Valley broke out the bats in the top of the first, scoring nine runs against the Flyers in a 10-1 win in the State Class C quarterfinal. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN SATURday Headlines

Boys Baseball: O.F.A. Wins; N-N Flyers, Heuvelton Fall


Heuvelton ran into a hot pitcher who tossed a three-hit shutout in the opening round of states. Tyler Mattison fanned 11 Bulldogs in leading Fort Ann to a 4-0 victory in the New York State Region II Championship (state quarterfinal). Jonah Gould delivered an RBI single, while Jeremy Johnson squeezed in another run to lead the Forts. Heuvelton closes its season at 17-1 overall.

Friday, June 5, 2015


Northern Adirondack shortstop Josh Juntenen (7) jumps to catch a throw from the catcher as Norwood-Norfolk’s Zach Benware (3) gets in safely. Benware would throw nearly five innings, before Peter Jarvis came on in relief. The Flyers edged out to a 1-0 lead in the first inning.  Flyers' leadoff hitter Zach Braun scored when Zach Benware drilled a single to right field. Both teams went scoreless in the second inning. The Bobcats scored two runs in the top of the third, after loading the bases with only one out.  One run was scored on a hit-by-pitch. The second run scored on a little dribbler perfectly placed about 20 feet up the third baseline.  In the 5th inning, Northern Adirondack scored on wild pickoff attempt at third base. In the 6th inning, Tristan Harvey led off with a single, then stole second base.  Tristan St. Andrews drilled a ball to the left-center gap to drive in Harvey and Benware, tying the game at 3-3.  In the 8th inning, Harvey led off with a walk and stole second before pinch runner Caleb Bressett entered. Benware laid a perfectly-placed surprise bunt down the third baseline for a hit.  St. Andrews then lifted a sacrifice ball to centerfield to allow Bressett to tag and score on the walkoff 4-3. (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery


Tupper Lake's Zachary Boushie fired his 41ft. 10 in. throw to win the shot put.  The Malone Huskies earned the Section X Overall Track & Field Championship earning 178 points. They were followed by the Ogdensburg Blue Devils who posted 129 points. Norwood-Norfolk (73½ pts.) Gouverneur (62 pts.) and Madrid-Waddington (40½ pts.) rounded out the top five. (Clay Allen photo) Championship Meet Gallery


In a pitching matchup that saw just two hits by both teams, Ogdensburg outlasted Albany Academy 2-1. O.F.A.’s Seth Pinkerton out dueled Albany’s Brooks Knapek to win the opening round of the New York State Class B championships at Shuttleworth Park in Amsterdam. Pinkerton struck out six in the win. Jon Rogers had both hits for the Blue Devils. Ogdensburg collected both runs in the third inning. Rogers drove in Justin McCormick, who reached on an Albany error in the third inning to post O.F.A. to a 1-0 lead. Another Albany error   More Details

NCSN Friday Headlines

Boys Baseball: O.F.A., N-N Flyers Win; Malone Beaten
Girls Softball: Heuvelton Falls 3-1 to End State Playoffs
Boys Track: Malone Repeats as Section X Champions
Girls Track: Tupper Lake Wins Title; Malone Falls to 2nd

Tupper Lake wins section X GIRLS TRACK Championship

printers from six different Section X schools compete in the finals of the 100-meter dash that was won by Tupper Lake's Madi Fortier in a time of 13.6 seconds. Tupper Lake captured the Section X Overall Championship with 110 points, upsetting the Malone Huskies earning 94 points in second.  Canton (82 pts.)', Gouverneur (68 pts.) and Madrid-Waddington (62 pts.) rounded out the top five. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Thursday, June 4, 2015


Oneida’s Natalie Marshall (14) drives a ball deep into right field to earn a double and two RBI’s to give the Indians a 6-3 lead over Malone in the third inning.  The game opened with a scoring frenzy in the first inning with Malone gaining a 3-2 lead. However in the second inning, Oneida plated two runs to take a 4-3 lead.  In the third inning, the Indians broke out the bats to bring home four runs to extend the lead  to 8-3. Oneida’s final run came on a bases-loaded walk.  Oneida defeated Malone 9-3 to win the New York State Region II Class A semifinal. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Chiefs roll by Blue devils
9-0 in nys softball regional

A Saranac Skye O'Connell lays down a bunt in front of Ogdensburg catcher Mollie Aarons (15).  The game was even through the first inning, before Saranac began to erupt in the second frame. The Chiefs scored nine runs over the next five innings.  SC was lead by Summer Gillespie with three hits,  including an RBI double in the second to put the Chiefs first run on the board. Jill Lincoln had the lone hit for the Blue Devils. Saranac Central moves on to play Ichabod Crane on June 6th at 4:30 p.m. at Luther Forest Field. (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery

NNCSN Thursday Headlines

Girls Softball: Malone, N-N, O.F.A. Bow in State Openers
Boys Track: Sectional Qualifier Results - Day 1 Details
Girls Track: Sectional Qualifier Results - Day 1 Details


After the Flyers went down in order in the top of the first, Hoosic Valley’s Cierra Casale drilled a shot over the Norwood-Norfolk outfield for an inside-the-park home run to open a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first, in the New York State Region II Class C semfinals. The Indians tacked on a run in the bottom of the third on an RBI single from Kate Kennelly. In the fifth, Casale scored on Emma Irwin’s sacrifice bunt, then Danielle Standard’s RBI double opened a 5-0 lead. In a complete-game performance, Hoosic pitcher Camille Coyne struck out 10 Flyers. Hoosic Valley advances to the New York State Class C quarterfinals on Saturday.

Sat.-Mon., May 30-June 1, 2015

Massena falls to cyclones in state quarterfinal

Massena’s Devin Kelly (24) rips a shot past two Watertown defenders and the Cyclones goalie to earn the first goal for the Red Raiders late in the second half. Watertown scored 11 unanswered goals in the first half to take a commanding lead and eventually win the game 18-2 and the NYS Region II Championship. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Shamrocks bow to lakers in nys quarterfinal 20-8

A Salmon River attacker splits through two Skaneateles midfielders to earn a clean breakaway.  The Lakers went on a 7-0 scoring rally in the first half to capture the 20-8 victory over Salmon River and earn the NYS Region II Class B Championship. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Boys Golf: Desisle Finishes 7th in State Championship
Boys Baseball: Heuvelton Nips Morristown For D Title
Girls Softball: Heuvelton Wins 7th Straight Class D Title
Boys Lacrosse:Salmon River Season Ends to Cazenovia
Girls Lacrosse: Massena, Salmon River Fall in States

Bulldogs capture class d title past green rockets

Heuvelton’s Jacob Macauly slides onto second base beating the throw to Morristown’s shortstop Jake VanArnam (12). The Bulldogs were first to score in the third inning, then in the fifth inning as Macauly came across the plate to give the Bulldogs a 2-0 lead. The Rockets were able to answer in the fifth inning, but fell short 2-1.  The Bulldogs will now advance into the New York State playoffs where they will face the winner of Section VII vs. Section II at a location to be determined. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


The Salmon River boys lacrosse season came to a close with a 17-6 loss to Cazenovia in the New York State Class C quarterfinals. Cazenovia built leads of 4-1 after the first quarter and 9-3 at the half. The Rocks were led by Russ Oakes who fired three goals and collected one assist, while Lakota Square posted two goals and an assist. Trenton Tarbell netted the other goal, also drawing one assist. Shamrock keeper Troi Benedict stopped 14 shots. The Shamrocks closed their season at 16-1 overall. Jake Lewis led Caz with four goals and three assists.

Heuvelton Claims Class D Championship for 7th year

Heuvelton’s Paige McCormick (21) drives a ball deep into center field for a base hit. The Bulldogs broke out the bats quickly scoring two in the first inning. Then Heuvelton came back in the fourth inning to plate three more runs including a home run by catcher Hannah Thornhill to claim a 5-0 victory over the Edwards-Knox Cougars to capture the Section X Class D Championship for the seventh straight year. The Bulldogs now advance to the New York State playoffs where they will take on the representative from Section II on June 5th at Gillette Field. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


After finishing at 79 and in 29th position after Day 1 of the two-day New York State Golf Championship at Robert Trend Jones Golf Course at Cornell University, Brushton-Moira’s Devin Delisle finished with a second-round, second-best 72 on Monday, just one shot off the Day 2 pace. With the improved second-day score, Delisle leapfrogged over 22 other high school golfers to finish seventh overall in the 2015 state golf championship. His two-day total of 151 was just five shots off the pace, set by state champion James Nicholas of Scarsdale. Delisle finished third among seniors. Other Section X golfers struggled against the course and elements, with Senior Miles McDonald of Salmon River in 72nd place of 99 golfers – second best from the section.  Complete Results in State Championship

Friday May 29th, 2015

o.f.a. beats gouverneur 7-3 to claim class b crown

Gouverneur’s Tori Andrews (22) gets tagged out by O.F.A.’s Kaylie Downey (25) trying to steal second. O.F.A. defeated Gouverneur 7-3. (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery


NoNorwood-Norfolk first baseman Katrina Durant (11) attemps to tag out Brushton-Moira base runner Sienna Kenney (12). The Flyers routed top-seeded Brushton-Moira 20-3 in the Class C Championship. (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery


Boys Baseball: O.F.A. Wins Class B; N-N Flyers Win in C
Girls Softball:O.F.A. Wins Class B; N-N Romps in C Final

N-N Flyers pull away from panthers in sixth in 3-1 win

Brushton-Moira’s Alex Burnett (5) drives the ball into the gap in right field for a base hit at the top of the first inning. The Panthers' Ricky Collete (23) got B-M on the board 1-0, but Norwood-Norfolk quickly came back to make it a 1-1 tie. The Flyers' Tristen Harvey and Zach Benware scored in the sixth inning to break the tie and earn the victory and the Section X Class C Championship. Norwood-Norfolk will advance to the New York State Playoffs and will open the tournament at St. Lawrence University on June 5th to face Section VII’s Northern Adirondack. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Blue Devils down wildcats to claim class b title 4-1

Gouverneur’s Bradan Fenlong (2) slides into second base, but is safe as the ball skips by Ogdensburg’s Kinnon LaRose (30). The Blue Devils broke out the bats early in the game when the first three batters - Seth Pinkerton, Peyton Lalone and Dakota Brady - each scored in the first inning to take a 3-0 lead over the Wildcats.  The game stayed the same until the fifth inning when Gouverneur’s Dylan Gibson scored to put Wildcats on the board, 3-1. Ogdensburg’s Jon Rogers came across the plate to score the insurance run in the 6th to give the Blue Devils a 4-1 victory and the Section X Class B Championship. Ogdensburg’s Kinnon LaRose and Gouverneur’s Aaron McEathron were named Co-MVP's in Class B. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Thursday, May 28, 2015

NCNCSN thursday Headlines

Boys Baseball: Heuvelton, Morristown Win Close Semis
Girls Softball: E-K Edges Chateaugay; Heuvelton Wins
Boys Track: Malone Clinches; O.F.A., Wildcats, N-N Win
Girls Track: Malone Clinches; M-W, Wildcats, Canton Win

E-K Cougars nip CHATEAUGAY

Edwards-Knox's Dakotah Bacon drives the ball down into right field to earn a base hit and to advance a runner into scoring position on third base.  Edwards-Knox won the game 8-7 on a walk-off when Kelsey White drove home winning pitcher Makayla Bacon with the game-winning run in the Class D semifinal.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


Hammond’s Mariah Simmons (4) rapped a single in this at-bat, early in the game. Heuvelton pitcher Paige McCormick held the Red Devils to just one hit in delivering the Bulldogs to the Class D title game. Hannah Thornhill had three hits and three RBIs, while Nathalie Barr connected for three hits for the Bulldogs. (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery

HEUVELTON downS yellow jackets 3-2 IN SEMIFINALS

Madrid-Waddington first baseman Luke Miller (20) stretches and scoops to get the out on Heuvelton’s Andrew Woodward (27). The Bulldogs snapped a 1-1 tie with a pair of runs in the pivotal fourth inning, led by Keegan Kelley and Jordan McCauley’s RBI singles. Michael Thew banged two hits for the Yellow Jackets who finished their season at 9-7 overall. Heuvelton meets Morristown for the Class D title this Saturday morning.
(Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery

Green Rockets NIP Pirates 6-5 in class d semifinal

Harrisville’s Nate Weaver (7) steps on second and pivots to throw the runner out heading to first for a double play.  Second-seeded Morristown scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning when Karter VanArnum scored on a Jake VanArnum’s two-out triple to break a 5-5 tie and send the Green Rockets to a 6-5 victory over the #3-seeded Pirates. Karter and Zach Kanaly each recorded two hits for the Rockets, while Chris Sullivan and Jack Manchester also stroked two hits for the Pirates who closed their season at 13-5 overall. Morristown meets Heuvelton for the Class D title.
(Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery

Wildcats sweep tri meet OVER potsdam, sHAMROCKS

Potsdam's Isaiah Smith takes his second attempt in the High Jump event. The event was won by Gouverneur's Adrian McShane with a height of 5 foot 4 inches. The Wildcats however earned a sweep over the Shamrocks (155-70) and Potsdam (146-86) to close out the 2015 regular season. The Sandstoners captured a 128-80 victory over Salmon River to claim second place in the tri meet held in Potsdam on Thursday.  With the win, Gouverneur locked up third place in the 11-team league. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

wildcats down shamrocks & sandstoners IN TRI-MEET

Salmon River's Tatyanna Figurea takes her second attempt in the Shot Put. The Event was won By Gouverneur's Alisha Way throwing a distance of 81'90". The Wildcats closed out the 2015 regular season with a sweep over both the Sandstoners (176-118) and Salmon River (205.5-76.5). Potsdam took second place over the Shamrocks 164-90. With the dual win, Gouverneur locked up third place in the 11-team league.  (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

NCNCSN WEdnesday Headlines

Boys Baseball: Malone Wins Class A; B-M,N-N Win Semi
Girls Softball: Malone Wins Class A; B-M,N-N Win Semis
Boys Lacrosse: Salmon Wins NY Opener; Canton Falls
Girls Lacrosse: Salmon Nips Massena in Overall Finale

Malone Huskies Win Section X Class a championship 4-2

Malone’s Jordan Boyea (1) drives a ball deep into right field for a base hit and to advance a runner to third base. In the top of the 7th, the Huskies’ Jarred Moody lunged for the pitch and dropped a looper into shallow right-center, scoring Jake Poupore with the go-ahead run. Malone went on to beat Massena 4-2 to win the Section X Class A Championship. The Huskies now advance to the New York State Playoffs were they will face Section VII's Peru  on June 5th at SUNY Plattsburgh.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Huskies down Red Raiders
5-0 to win class a title

Massena’s Shaunessy LaClair (23) drives a ball past the shortstop to earn a base hit to lead off the fifth inning. During Malone’s three-run fifth frame, Erin McDonald sliced the ball down the rightfield line that skipped by the outfielder and all the way to the fence. She turned on the jets for an inside-the-park home run.  The Huskies will now advance to the New York State Playoffs were they will face the representative from Section III at SUNY Potsdam on June 4th  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Shamrocks Hold Off Red Raiders 9-8 in Overall Title

Massena’s Devin Kelly (24) keeps the ball in her grasp while taking contact from Salmon River’s Victoria Thompson (17).  Salmon River beat Massena 9-8 for the Section X overall championship.  (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

NORWOOD-NORFOLK doubleS up Sandstoners 8-4 in C SemI

Norwood-Norfolk’s Tristian Harvey (3) tags the first base bag before the Potsdam runner is able to get back. The Flyers beat Potsdam 8-4 in the Section X Class C semifinal.  (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

Flyers Edge Larries 10-8 in SECTION X Class C SemiFinal

St. Lawrence Central’s Haley Weegar (8) reaches out for the ball as Norwood-Norfolk’s Sidney Molnar (8) cruises into third base.   Molnar added four hits as Norwood-Norfolk outlasted St. Lawrence Central 10-8 in the Class C semifinal. (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

Brushton-MOIRA downS

   Brushton-Moira’s Cody Jesmer (23) tags St. Lawrence Central’s Bryan Waite (9) as he steals second.  However, Brushton-Moira beat the Larries 9-1 in the Section X Class C semifinal.  (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery

Brushton-MOIRA's rally BEATS POTSDAM 19-4 IN SEMIS

   Potsdam’s Kelsey Green (12) slides into home plate as the Sandstoners go ahead 3-2 against the Panthers.  Arielle Gary smashed two home runs, while Emily O’Connor cranked two hits in leading Brushton-Moira past Potsdam 19-4.  (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery


Salmon River took a successful first step in the New York State Class C playoffs with a 16-7 win over Section IV Chenango Forks. Salmon River improved top 14-0 overall, behind an 11-1 jump by halftime. Trenton Tarbell buried four goals, while Russ Oakes added three goals and Skkylar Thomas and Bryton Burns each netted two goals with two assists. Alan Jacobs also tallied two goals, while Skye Sunday chipped in one goal and three helpers. The Shamrocks advance to face Section III Champion Cazenovia in the New York State quarterfinal on Saturday at 1:00 at Cicero-North Syracuse High School.

The Canton Golden Bears fell behind 7-0 through the first quarter, then 14-2 at intermission and were unable to recover in the New York State Class B playoffs. Section IV Champion Vestal won 19-4. Jacob Facey, Peyton VanBibber, Cody Moore and Isaac Thrasher scored the goals for the Golden Bears, who closed their season at 11-7.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Shamrocks Run away From Bulldogs 23-12 for Title

HeHeuvelton's (22) Gabrielle Johnson protects the ball from Salmon River defender Trysten Burns (21).  Salmon River opened the second half with five straight goals, all keyed off controlling the faceoffs.  The Shamrocks' Morgan Thompson netted three goals and four assists, while Chrissy Benedict and Jacelyn Lazore each forged five goals.  Mirabella Lazore produced three goals and an assist. For Heuvelton, Olivia St. Pierre fired in seven goals while Carin Sherwood tallied three and Kiley Piercey added the other two goals.  (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

Morristown Takes down Edwards-Knox 17-3

   Morristown’s Luke King (9) takes a big swing at a pitch from Edwards-Knox pitcher Jeremiah Randall (3). King would hit a RBI single later in the at bat.  Morristown defeated Edwards-Knox 17-3 in the Section X Class D quarterfinals. (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery 

Fenlong k's 13 to lead the wildcats to 20-0 victory

Canton's Mike Couglar (4) slides onto second base beating the tag from Gouverneur's Maddison McIntosh (7) to steal the base. Gouverneur's Connor Fenlong (8) delivered 13 strikeouts in a no-hit 20-0 victory over Canton in the Section X Class B semifinals. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SandStoners Sneak By Lumberjacks 9-7 in C Play-IN

Tupper Lake pitcher Brad St. Pierre (6) throws out Potsdam’s Connor Bradley (16) who was heading for third. The Lumberjacks took a 5-4 lead in the fourth inning of the Section X Class B play-in , but Potsdam countered with a two-out rally in the bottom of the fourth to earn a 7-5 advantage.  Potsdam went on to beat the Lumberjacks 9-7. (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery


   Ogdensburg's Seth Pinkerton (8) steals home, beating the thrown to the plate, against Salmon River in the Section X Class B semifinal. Ogdensburg would win 15-1. (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery 


Girls Lacrosse: Salmon River Wins "C" Championship
Boys Baseball: Pirates, M-W, Heuv., O.F.A., Wildcats Win
Girls Softball: Bulldogs, EK, Hamm, Potsdam, O.F.A. Win
Boys Track: Gouverneur Sweeps; O.F.A., N-N Flyers Win
Girls Track: Gouverneur Sweeps; O.F.A., N-N Flyers Win

Wildcats down shamrocks

Gouverneur's Katie Andrews (22) drills a ball into centerfield to earn a base hit and to advance a runner to third base.  The Wildcats defeated the Shamrocks 9-3  to advance to face Ogdensburg in the Section X Class B final this Thursday at SUNY Potsdam.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


   Ogdensburg's Taylor Perry (13) tags out Canton runner Lilly Clifford (6) as she tries to steal second. Ogdensburg jumped out to an early lead scoring two runs in the bottom of the first inning and went on to shut out Canton 15-0 in the Section X Class B semifinals. (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery

Fri.-Mon., May 22-25, 2015

NCSN friday HeadlineS

Boys Golf: Tupper Lake & Massena Win Division Titles
Boys Golf: Championship & Medalist Scores Posted
Boys Baseball: Gouverneur Wins Wooden Bat Tourney

Panthers Devin Delisle wins section x championship

Gouverneur’s Daniel Sweet kneels down to line up his put on the eleventh hole on the Appleton Golf Course during the 2015 Section X Golf Championships. Brushton-Moira’s Devin Delisle won the Section X Overall and Division I championships shooting an 74 while Myles McDonald from Salmon River captured the Division II Championship shooting an 75. (Cody Jenne photo)  Championship Gallery

Lumberjacks claim D-Ii and Overall championships

Tupper Lake’s Liam LaMere sends a ball toward the green on the eleventh hole. The Lumberjacks captured both the Section X Division I Championship and the Section X Overall championship shooting a team total of 455. Tupper Lake was followed closely by the Salmon River Shamrocks who placed third overall with a team score of 477.

Massena Red Raiders win division I championship

Malone’s Logan Lamb drives the ball over a stream toward the green of the fourteenth hole on the Appleton Golf Course during the 2015 Section X Golf Championships. The Massena Red Raiders captured the Section X Division I Championship Shooting a combined 469 and placed second overall. They were followed by the Malone Huskies who shot a team total of 483.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Salmon River Captures Class c Championship!

The Salmon River Shamrocks celebrate becoming the Section X Class C Champions after defeating the Canton Golden Bears 19-12. The Shamrocks advance to the New York State Playoffs to face the Section IV representative in Binghamton NY. The Golden Bears became the Class B Champions and will advance in the New York State Playoffs in Binghamton as well. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

Shamrocks' Skkylar thomas named BOYS lacrosse mvp

Salmon River's Skkylar Thomas (15) fires a shot past Canton goalie Andrew McCormick (15) to score the seventh goal of the game to take a 7-2 lead for the Shamrocks.  Thomas was selected as boys lacrosse MVP.  The Golden Bears clawed there way back into the game trailing 8-6 at halftime. Salmon River however pulled away in the second half to capture the victory and become the Section X Class C Champions. 

NCSN thursday Headlines

Boys Lacrosse: Salmon River Wins Class C Title Game
Boys Baseball: Massena Shares Title; Playoffs Posted
Girls Softball: B-M Outduels Malone; Playoffs Posted

Canton Golden bears go on to nys playoffs in class b!

Despite the loss to Salmon River, the Canton Golden Bears also became the Class B Champions and will advance in the New York State Playoffs. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Wednesday, May 20, 2015


   Canton and Madrid-Waddington runners try to break ahead of the pack in the 100-meter dash.  The meet marked the first time that the Canton Bears hosted a spring track-and-field event on their own turf in 19 years. Canton beat the Jackets 164-153. (Jason Aubrey photo)  Meet Gallery


Madrid-Waddington and Canton runners pass batons in the boys 400-meter relay event.  Madrid-Waddington spoiled the debut winning 122½-114½. (Aubrey photo) Meet Gallery

NCSN Wednesday Headlines

Boys Baseball: N-N Flyers Claim East; B-M, Tupper Win
Girls Softball: Hammond, Lisbon, N-N, Chateaugay Win
Boys Track: Canton Hosts First Meet in 19 Yrs: MW Wins
Girls Track: Canton Beats Madrid-Waddington 164-153


Chateaugay’s Kigean Gibbons (13) drives a ball into center field for a base hit and to advance the runner into scoring position. The Panthers and the Bulldogs each scored one run in the first inning. The Bulldogs rallied in the late innings to capture a 10-6 victory over the Panthers.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallerya>

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

NCSN Tuesday Headlines

Boys Lacrosse: Canton, Salmon Win in C Semifinals
Girls Lacrosse: Heuvelton, Salmon River Wins Semifinal
Boys Baseball: Gouverneur Clinches Share of Central
Girls Softball: Heuvelton Clinches West; E-K, Malone Win
Boys Track: Malone Unbeaten; OFA Defeats Gouverneur
Girls Track: Malone at 8-0; Gouverneur Downs Devils


MaMassena’s Evan Kassian (8) uses his off arm to shield himself from the stick of Canton’s Hunter Yeardon (1).  The Red Raiders got on the board first.  However, the Bears answered with nine straight and led 9-2 at the half. Kendrick Angus buried two goals for Massena to cut the lead to five.  Canton rolled over Massena 18-7 in the Section X Class C semifinals. (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

salmon river eliminates
St. Lawrence central 15-5

   St. Lawrence’s Brody Simons (5) looks to make a move to get by Salmon River’s Russ Oakes (13). The Larries would struggle early to with the Shamrocks as the shamrocks scored five in the first and the Larries didn’t score any. The Larries would show a little Fight in the beginning of the second quarter scoring two goals early to make the score 6-2. In the end the Shamrocks would walk away with it with a 15-5 victory. (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery


Potsdam’s Josephine Brusso (14) keeps control of ball while guarded by Heuvelton's Olivia St. Pierre. The Sandstoners nailed down the first four goals of the game. The Bulldogs answered with a trio of their own and get the margin back to 5-3 with seven minutes remaining in the half.   However, Heuvelton battled their way past Potsdam 11-10 in this Class C semifinal. (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery

salmon river takes down canton IN CLASS C SEMFINAL

Canton Mimi Husinec (8) moves the ball against a double team Salmon River defenders Gillian Benedict (5) and Victoria Thompson (17). Salmon would jump out to an early 2-0 lead, but Canton struck back with a goal of their own. Salmon River led 7-4 at the half.  The Shamrocks pulled away in the second half, scoring ten goals and holding Canton to just two. The Shamrocks won 17-6 in the Class C semifinal.  (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery

O.F.A Blue Devils defeat GOUVERNEUR 142½-94½

Ogdensburg's Nick Veilhauer edges Gouverneur's Mark Dunkelberg at the line to capture the 1600-meter run.  The Blue Devils picked up key victories in the field events and relay races to capture the meet victory with an overall score of 142½ to 94½  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

WIldcats pounce on Blue devils for 186-127 win

A Gouverneur thrower takes her final attempt in the discus event. The Wildcats proved too much for Ogdensburg to overcome as Gouverneur picked up the 185-127 victory over the Blue Devils. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Monday, May 18, 2015

Larries Squeeze past POTSDAM 10-9 IN Q-FINALS

Potsdam’s Billy Bergan (21) leans and protects the ball from St. Lawrence Central’s Drew Rose (16).  The Larries reversed the lead with a four-goal run and carried a two-goal lead in the fourth quarter. Potsdam's Max Warden tied the game, stealing the ball on a bad clear and scoring on an open net with 42 seconds left, but St. Lawrence Central’s Skyler Burns put in the game winner with 12 seconds left to hold on to 10-9 win in the Section X Class C quarterfinals. (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery

Red Raiders Roll over Blue Devils 18-4 in QUARTERFinal

Ogdensburg's Andrew Putnam puts a nice shot in the goal past Massena’s goaltender Tyler Armstrong (18). Massena’s attack came out on fire scoring five goals within five minutes. The Blue Devils chipped away and scored a pair of goals by halftime.  However, Massena ran away from the Blue Devils 18-4.  (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery


A Saranac Lake midfielder storms past Canton attacker Elizabeth Christy (14) as she dashes toward the Golden Bears net. The #4-seeded Golden Bears advanced past the #5 seeded Red Storm  with a 9-5 victory in the Section X Class C Playoffs. The Bears now advance to play the #1 seeded Salmon River Shamrocks in the semifinals. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Ogdensburg’s Natalie Lovely (15) battles her way around a Heuvelton defender looking to create an open shot on goal. The #3 seeded Bulldogs advanced in a 17-8 victory over the #6 seeded Blue Devils and now face the #2 seeded Potsdam Sandstoners in the Section X Class C semifinal round.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Boys Lacrosse: SLC Outlasts Potsdam; Massena Wins
Girls Lacrosse: Heuvelton, Canton Win C Quarterfinals
Boys Baseball:Bulldogs Wins West; N-N Clinches Share
Girls Softball: B-M & Malone Clinch Division Crowns
Boys Golf: Salmon Ties Tupper; Gouverneur Sweeps


Malone’s Jacob Sharf (12) drives a ball down into center field for a base hit in the third inning. The Huskies early rally gave them enough to capture the 17-4 victory over the Golden Bears.  Malone pitcher Jared Moody struck out 11, while contributing four hits to his own cause in the win.  Jordan Boyea added three hits, including a home run.  Zack Monette also contributed three hits.  Canton was led by Alden Slack with a triple and single; and Avery Slack who also had two hits.(Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Fri.-Sun., May 15-17, 2015


Boys Baseball: O.F.A. Defeats Malone 8-2 Non-League
Girls Softball: Lisbon Splits, O.F.A. Falls at Tournaments
Boys Lacrosse: Salmon River Clinches Division Title
Boys Track: Malone, Indian River, O.F.A. Top  Van Dusen
Girls Track: Indian River, Canton, M-W Top Van Dusen


Salmon River’s Caroline Russell and Ogdensburg’s Breanna Hacia battle for first place in the second heat of the girls 100-meter hurdles.  Salmon River's DeArmayero won the event in a meet-best run of 17 seconds even.  However, Indian River topped the 15-team field 100 points, while Canton finished second and Madrid-Waddington third.  Indian River earned best boys-girls combined score.  (Allen photo)  Meet Gallery


Ogdensburg’s Sebastian Quintilliani rises and stretches successfully over the bar in the high jump competition. Quintilliani won the event with a meet-best 5 feet 10 inches. Malone went on to win the overall meet, edging out Indian River by just 2½ team points. Ogdensburg finished third.  (Clay Allen photo)  Meet Gallery


Colton-Pierrepont’s Morgan Doyle (1) makes solid contact with the ball for a single.  Doyle and Hannah Hogle had two hits, while Eve Whalen homered for the Colts.  However, The Flyers came out swinging hot bats, putting up nine runs in the top of the first inning. Colton-Pierrepont cut the deficit by scoring three runs in the bottom of the first.  Norwood-Norfolk cruised to beat the Colts 20-5 at Swift Field in South Colton.  N-N's Kristen Barkely produced three hits, while Katrina Durant tripled twice.(Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery