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Sat.-Sun., January 31-February 1, 2015

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Girls Hockey Finals: Massena, Islanders, Eagles Win
Boys Hockey: Malone, Icemen, Raiders, Shamrocks Win
Men's Hockey: SLU Nips Clarkson; Roos Win, Bears Tie
Women's Hockey: SLU, Clarkson Win; Plattsburgh Falls
Men's Hoops: SLU Wins OT; Canton Wins; Knights Fall
Women's Basketball: SLU, Clarkson Win; SUNYs Bow
Men's Swimming: SLU Downs Utica; Potsdam Beaten
Women's Swimming: Saints Top Utica; Potsdam Falls

two back-to-back goals lift massena over potsdam


Potsdam's Logan Ford (77) spins and fires a shot on goal from the blue line that was stopped by Massena goalie Logan Brothers (1) who recorded 15 saves in the Raiders' 4-0 shutout.  Four different Raiders scored in the balanced attack:  Josh Vierno, Zach Kozsan, Dalton Mullin and Dylan Stone. Ryan Moffitt offered two assists.  Potsdam keeper Zach Boldt logged 37 saves. (Jenne photo) Game Gallery
 

MASSENA, ISLANDERS WIN TITLE THRILLERS; EAGLES WIN

MASSENA 1, POTSDAM 0 (2OT)
It took three periods and two overtimes for either team to score, but Rachel Davis tipped home a rebound amidst a scramble in front of Potsdam goalie Sidney Molnar to spark celebration in Massena’s first-ever Section X Girls Ice Hockey Championship, in beating defending champion Potsdam 1-0. With the win, the Raiders advance to face Section VII Champion Beekmantown. (more game details)  NCSN Game Broadcast

THOUSAND ISLANDS-ALEX BAY 3, SKANEATELES 2
In a seesaw battle for the Section III championship, Thousand Islands-Alexandria Bay’s Sydney Aubertine broke a 2-2 tie by dumping in the game-winning goal with just 17 seconds remaining in the third period, sending the Islanders to a 3-2 victory and on to the NYSPHSAA Upstate New York Girls Ice Hockey Final Four against the western New York host champions Friday evening at Harbor Center Arena in Buffalo. The Islanders’ Emily Rose generated the lone goal of the first period. Abbie Kuhns tied the contest with the only score in the middle frame. TIAB’s Keeley Rose and the Lakers’ Grace Schnoor traded goals in the third period, before Aubertine produced the title goal. Kayla McCabe stopped 24 shots for the Islanders. Johna Halke turned away 14 shots for Skaneateles.

BEEKMANTOWN 5, ALBANY ACADEMY 0
In the Section VII championship, Beekmantown took immediate command with three goals in a span of 1:30 in the first period, then goalie Taylor Laurin guarded the net against all attack in the Eagles’ 5-0 victory over the Albany Academy Brown Bears. Beekmantown added a pair of goals in the middle period to put the game virtually out of reach. Katie Matott delivered two goals and an assist for the Eagles.  (more game details)
 


SAINTS SCORE FINAL PAIR OF GOALS TO BEAT CLARKSON 2-1


St. Lawrence goaltender Kyle Hayton steers the puck away at the side of the net to thwart Clarkson's attempt to tie the contest in the third period. Hayton went on make 26 saves as the Saints beat the Knights 2-1.  (Brock Simons photo)

CANTON fallS to alfred state 77-61 on home court


SUNY Canton's Taylor Saltus (13) takes the short jump shot over Alfred State defender Helena Covington (33). The Roos were unable to overcome a late rally by Alfred State as the Warriors won 77-61.  (Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Friday, January 30, 2015

sandstoners' PROSPER LEADS WIN VS. CANTON 62-42


Canton’s Mike Couglar (11) rises over Potsdam defender Jack Byrnes (21) to chip away at the Sandstoners lead. Couglar led all scorers with 17 points, including a pair of trifectas.  After an opening exchange of buckets in an 8-8 tie, Potsdam fashioned a key 20-6 burst before the half, en route to a 62-42 Central Division victory over the Canton Golden Bears. Connor Prosper notched a personal season-high 16 points, including four connections beyond the arc. Jake Mitchell tossed in 10 points, while Dequan Pitts popped in eight. The balanced Potsdam offense also included Brian Cole and Ethan VanBlommestein with seven points each, Jack Byrnes and Ashler Herrick with six and Drew Stevens with two points. For Canton, Louden Porter added 12 points, Thomas Bortnick chipped in seven, Dane Ames four points and Sebastian Newman two points. Potsdam improved to 8-2 Central, 11-3 overall. Canton slipped to 3-8, 7-8 overall.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

O.T. THRILLERS HIGHLIGHT FRIDAY BOYS HOCKEY RESULTS

CANTON 3, MALONE 2 (OT)
Canton’s Josh Huiatt netted his second goal of the game in the extra frame to lift the host Bears to a 3-2 win over Malone in an interdivisional thriller. Cody Moore notched Canton’s other goal, as the Bears improved to 5-1 division, 9-5-1 overall. Malone kept pace during regulation with goals by Johan Eksing and Kyler Head. The Huskies slid to 6-6 league, 9-6 overall.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 6, SALMON RIVER 5 (OT)
It took the Icemen just 54 seconds to score the game winner in overtime. Ty Cotter touched off the home celebration by knocking in a rebound, after a shot from the point by Zeb Zagrobelny in Norwood-Norfolk’s 6-5 win over Salmon River. The OT goal spoiled Salmon River’s two-goal rally in the final six minutes of regulation to force the extra period.

NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Boys Basketball: St. Regis, M-W, Potsdam, Bulldogs Win
Girls Hoops: Chateaugay Drops C-P; Hammond Rolls
Men's Basketball: Clarkson Wins; SLU, Potsdam Beaten
Women's Hoops: Clarkson, S.L.U. Win; Potsdam Falls
Boys Hockey: N-N, Canton Win in Overtime; Larries Win
Men's Hockey: Potsdam, Canton Capture Shutout Wins
Women's Hockey: SLU, Potsdam Win; Clarkson Beaten
Boys Swimming: AuSable Outswims Malone 99-79
Boys Track:OFA Wins Meet; Malone 2nd; Indian River 3rd
Girls Track: Canton Wins Meet; Potsdam 2nd; Gouv. 3rd
Boys Wrestling: Canton, Gouverneur Score Big Mat Wins

FOUR FIRST-PERIOD GOALS LIFT LARRIES PAST POTSDAM


Potsdam’s Max Warden (15) and St. Lawrence Central’s Nathan Stickney (17) race for possession of the puck after a faceoff in the Potsdam end.  St. Lawrence Central weathered a quick storm of shots from Potsdam early in the first period, then hammered home four goals in the opening frame, before going on to beat the Sandstoners 6-2 in an interdivisional contest. Goalie Nate Burnett robbed the Sandstoners of two seemingly would-be goals in the opening five minutes. Nate Stickney scored twice, while Luke Peets and Luke Collins scored in the flurry of first-period goals for St. Lawrence Central.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery
 

O.F.A., MALONE, Indian River and place in top threee


Malone’s Dylan Skelton (green) and Ogdensburg Sebastian Quintilliani (blue) battle side-by-side in the 55-meter hurdles.  Quintilliani won the long jump and triple jump, while the Blue Devils’ Taylor Richardson dashed to a 1.2 second win in the 300 in leading O.F.A. to the team win. Malone was second and Indian River third. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Canton, Potsdam and gouv. claim top three in meet


Canton’s Emma Collins takes her first attempt in the long jump.  First-place Canton’s Maria Ricalton won the 1500, Cassidy Scott distanced the field in the 3000, while Morgan Rosser captured the triple jump. Canton won all three relay races in capturing the team victory. Potsdam, Gouverneur, Norwood-Noroflk and Malone rounded out the top five.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Thursday, January 29, 2015

wildcats hold off massena to earn CENTRAL div. win


Gouverneur’s Alisha Way (20) looks of an open teammate around Massena defender Meghan Villnave (15).  The Wildcats held off the Raiders to earn a 49-37 victory.  Jacqueline Storrin paced the Wildcats with 13 points, while Emily Bush and Shannon Knowlton tossed in 11 points each in the winning cause. Bailee Young topped the Raiders’ efforts with 10 points.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery
 

OGDENSBURG 50, MALONE 44
The Ogdensburg Blue Devils dished the Malone Huskies their first divisional loss and, in the process, tightened the race to just a half-game at the top of the Central Division. Riley Luckie pounced for 23 points, while Susie Morrow pitched in 11 points for the Devils. Erin McDonald paced the Huskies with 11 points, while Lillian Gishey tossed down 10.

Golden Bears fend off sandstoners for 59-49 win


Potsdam forward Breanne Sapp(30) splits the defense and scores the layup.  Canton’s Natalie DiSalvo splashed 16 points as the Bears out dueled Potsdam 59-49 in a Central Division matchup. Mikaela Besette knocked down 11 points and Katelyn Flanagan chipped in 10 points in the winning effort. Sapp poured in 23 points to lead the Sandstoners, with 11-point performances by Sarah Vivlamore and Kayla Phillips.  (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

NCSN Thursday Headlines

Girls Hockey: Beekmantown, Albany Win VII Semifinals
Boys Hockey: Ogdensburg Downs Tupper Lake 3-1
Boys Hoops: LaFargeville Pulls Away From Gouverneur
Girls Hoops: O.F.A. Trips Malone; Canton,B-M, Gouv.Win
Boys Swimming: Beaver River Beats Gouverneur 51-40
Boys Wrestling: Canton-Potsdam Powers Past Malone

St. regis falls defeats norwood-norfolk 38-23


Norwood-Norfolk’s Cassidy Weaver (13) takes the layup past St. Regis Falls defenders Kayla Jaminez (23) and Breannah Works (25).  St. Regis Falls picked up its second divisional win and third overall with a 38-23 win over the Flyers. Macy Frazier led the Saints’ balanced scoring with 10 points, while Jenna Susice and Madison Greenwood each scored nine points. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Massena holds off canton rally for 3-2 SEMIFINAL win


Canton forward Natalie Giglio (18) handles the puck in Massena territory early in the third period. The Red Raiders had a 3-0 lead partway into the third period before the Golden Bears rallied for two goals within 40 seconds. The Red Raiders hung on for a 3-2 victory in the Section X Division semifinal playoffs. (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam shuts out larries to advance to TITLE GAME


St. Lawrence defender Abby Lyon (4) carries the puck out of the neutral zone. The Larries had chances to stay up with Potsdam, but Allie Compeau stopped every shot while the Sandstoners went on to beat the Larries 3-0 in the Section X semifinal playoffs. (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

NCSN WEDNESDAY Headlines

Girls Hockey:Potsdam, Massena, A Bay, Lakers Advance
Boys Hockey: Massena Battles Past N-N; Canton Wins
Boys Hoops: Salmon Wins Darcy Tourney; Canton Wins
Girls Hoops: Colton-Pierrepont Outlasts Lisbon 49-39

kassian game winner AS massena BEATS ICEMEN 3-1


Norwood-Norfolk’s Coby Munson (8) fires a shot on the breakaway from the opening faceoff to have the shot blocked by Massena senior Jeff Bain (30). Massena’s Evan Kassian broke a 1-1 tie with a second-period goal in the Raiders' 3-1 win over the Icemen. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Saints pull away from Clarkson for 62-49 victory


St. Lawrence University’s Allison Cady (20) drives and scores in the Saints' win. The Saints out-rebounded and out-shot the Golden Knights to win the game 62-49. The win extends St. Lawrence’s overall win streak in the Liberty League to eight games. The Saints also extend their win streak against the Golden Knights to 42 games.  (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery

SARANAC LAKE GETS PLAYOFF WIN ON LATE GOAL VS. PLACID

SARANAC LAKE 1, LAKE PLACID 0
After two scoreless periods, Danielle Patraw buried the game's only goal with 3:22 remaining in regulation to lift fifth-seeded Saranac Lake past #4-seed Lake Placid  in the play-in round of the Upstate New York Girls Hockey league playoffs.  Lake Placid outshot Saranac Lake 30-11, but was unable to find the mesh behind goalie Lindsay Reeve.  However, the Red Storm was able to capitalize on an unfortunate turnover on a line change and score the game's lone goal. 

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Girls Hockey Playoff: Saranac Lake Upsets Lake Placid
Women's Hockey: Middlebury Drops SUNY Potsdam 7-1
Boys Basketball:Lisbon, Salmon River, M-W Jackets Win
Girls Basketball: E-K Nips Gouverneur; Canton Wins
Men's Basketball: Clarkson Pulls Out Win Over S.L.U.
Women's Basketball: St. Lawrence Tops Clarkson 62-49

Clarkson holds off the saints for league victory


St. Lawrence University’s Brady Condlin (24) from Massena, NY tries to find an opening past Clarkson defender Charles McAllister(24).  In a fast-paced game, the Golden Knights outscored the Saints 78-68 to improve to 7-1 in the Liberty League while St. Lawrence University fell to 4-5 in league play. (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery




Brooks leads shamrocks over golden bears 63-58


Canton’s Louden Porter (12) takes the short jumper over Salmon River’s Brandon Burdash (45) and Ben Kelly (24) to chip away at the Shamrocks lead. Despite the late rally by the Bears, Salmon River held off Canton to pick up the Central Division win 63-58.  (Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon posts comeback win over Hammond red devils


Hammond’s Nic Jewett (55) takes the shot jumper over Lisbon’s Evan Robinson (22) and Hunter Gray (10).  Gray tallied 12 points, while Alex Gravelin and Koby Jordan chipped in 10 points each for the Knights.  Brock Tulley led Hammond with 13 points. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Monday, January 26, 2015

EARLY DEFENSIVE SCRAMBLE LEADS JACKETS PAST LARRIES


Madrid-Waddington's Jennifer King (35) reaches high over the Larries' defense for two of her 10 points.  Olivia Parmeter led the way with 18 points for Madrid-Waddington, while Chelsea Savage led all scorers with 22 points.  The Jackets came away with a 72-51win.  (LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Bulldogs score early to earn victory over saints


St. Regis Falls Harlre Gardner (10) takes the jump shot past a Chateaugay defender.  Ten Bulldogs scored points in the game, as the Bulldogs improved to 9-0 East, 10-1 overall. The Saints Jenna Susice who scored four points.  Chateauguay's Danielle Cook lead in scoring with 13 points in the game. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN MONDAY Headlines

Boys Basketball: Chateaugay Beat St. Regis Falls 58-37
Girls Basketball: Jackets, Chateaugay, Morristown Win

Bulldogs down saints 58-37 in lone section x game mon.


St. Regis Falls Tyler Fraser (23) leaps over Chateaugay’s Austin Green (21) and Nick Ashline (15) for the shot to chip away at the Bulldogs lead.  Jordan Martin led the Bulldogs with 11 points while Green scored eight points.  Sage Allen scored 12 points and Ryan Duquette added 11 for St. Regis Falls.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Sat.-Sun., January 24-25, 2015

Little red score early to defeat sandstoners 5-2


Ithaca forward Eli Gordon (3) steals the puck from Potsdam's Max Warden (15) and charges toward the Sandstoner goal.  Logan Ford and Max Warden scored the goals for Potsdam in a 5-2 loss to defending Division I state runner-up Ithaca in a non-league contest.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Icemen score four in second for comeback win

 
Norwood-Norfolk's Zeb Brown (10) scores on the open side to give the Icemen a 3-2 lead in the second period. Zeb Brown scored a pair of goals and assisted on the game winner in N-N’s 5-2 comeback win over Plattsburgh in a non-league game. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Thu.-Fri., January 22-23, 2015

Ogdensburg, N-N & Malone claim top three spots


Runners from Gouverneur, Canton, Potsdam and Malone (left to right) all battle side by side in the third heat of the 55-meter hurdle event.  Ogdensburg’s Sebastian Quintilliani was the lone winner of three individual events. He topped the high jump, long jump and triple jump, while Blue Devil Jacob Sias won the 600 meters by just one-tenth of a second ahead of Norwood-Norfolk’s Will Livernois. Ogdensburg won the Week #3 meet.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Canton, Norwood-Norfolk and Potsdam CLAIM top 3


Malone’s Alissa McCauley takes her second attempt in the high jump event.  Massena’s Jacalyn Lamica won the event, while McCauley placed third.  Potsdam’s Maddie Dreschel captured the 55-meter dash and the 300 meters. Norwood-Norfolk’s Kaycie Saucier took the 1500 and 1000. Malone’s Emily Pomainville ran the top 600 and 3000 meters. Massena’s Jessica Lamica won the 55-meter hurdles and high jump. Indian River’s Lydia Torres captured the long jump. Canton’s Morgan Rosser won the triple jump. Ogdensburg’s Alexis Foster won the shot put.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Kocsis, Stickney and Rose lift Larries past Shamrock


Salmon River’s Tanner Tarbell (24) wins the puck on the faceoff to gain possession for the Shamrocks near the St. Lawrence Central’s goal.  St. Lawrence Central’s scoring poured forth with nine unanswered goals over the last 41 minutes of the contest in an 11-1 win.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

bulldogs hold off larries rally for 52-42 victory


St. Lawrence Central’s Morgan Greer (4) makes the jump shot while facing strong defense from Chateaugay’s Taylor Winch (22).  Danielle Charland led Chateaugay with 14 points. Chelsea Savage netted a game-high 16 points and Haleigh Agans pitched in 11 points for the Larries.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

NCSN WEDNESDAY Headlines

Boys Basketball: Morristown,H-D, SR Win Makeup Game
Girls Basketball: H-D Outlast Lisbon 44-42 in OT Thriller
Boys Hockey: Icemen Nip Bears 2-1; Malone Nips O.F.A.
Girls Hockey: Saranac Lake, Potsdam, Islanders Win
Boys Wrestling: Gouverneur Tops Canton; O.F.A. Wins

n-n icemen hold off canton surge for 2-1 victory


Norwood-Norfolk’s Brandin Cousineau (4) steals the puck from Canton’s Garret Glasgow (4) near the Icemen’s goal. The Icemen held off the Canton attack in the third period for a 2-1 interdivisional win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Green Demons upset lisbon in second half RUN 44-27


Hermon-DeKalb’s Austin Bogart (15) cuts through Lisbon’s Hunter Gray (10) and Donnie Duprey (44) for the bucket. The Green Demons lead 13-7 over the Knights at the end of first quarter.  While Lisbon struggled to score, Hermon-DeKalb pulled away in the second half of the game to pick up a 44-27 West Division win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery
 

Wildcats pounce early on golden bears for win 48-36


Gouverneur's Joey Bush (blue) slams Canton’s Zane Atchie (black) at the beginning of their match. Mike Labow, Aaron Bush, Joey Bush, Austin Milone and Marty Countryman all earned wins to help lift the Wildcats to a 48-36 win over the Golden Bears. Canton’s Ryan Brown and Gavin Thornton earned pinfall victories. (Cody Jenne photo) Match Gallery

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Ogdensburg out muscles Massena for victory 36-24


Massena’s Jesse Patraw (red) gets a takedown on O.F.A.’s Adam Rickett (blue) to earn two points in the match. Rickett ended up winning the match on points 11-6. Ogdensburg’s Adam Rickett, Brody Sheppard, Allen Smithberg and William Predeau all earned wins, lifting the Blue Devils to a 36-24 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Match Gallery


NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Basketball: Hammond Beat Colts in OT; P-H Wins
Girls Basketball: Gouverneur Wins First; E-K, M-W, Wins
Men's Basketball: SUNY Plattsburgh Downs Potsdam
Women's Basketball: SUNY Plattsburgh Downs Bears
Girls Hockey: Saranac Lake Edges St. Lawrence Central
Women's Hockey: #1 Plattsburgh beats #3 Norwich 5-0
Boys Wrestling: Ogdensburg Downs Massena 36-24

Potsdam surges in first half to defeat colts 65-37


Colton-Pierrepont’s Rachel Vaccaro (14) sinks a jump shot over three Potsdam defenders. The Sandstoners surged in the second half to overcome the Colts for the non league victory 65-37. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton wins over clifton-fine 53-35


Clifton-Fine’s Chase Koster (11) spin moves between Parishville-Hopkinton’s Connor Sullivan (44) and Mike Charleston (11) for a layup. Parishville-Hopkinton logged a 53-35 victory over the Eagles in an interdivisional matchup.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Monday, January 19, 2015

lisbon golden knights down Clifton-fine 72-29


Clifton-Fine’s Paige Leroux (23) takes a three-point shot over two Lisbon defenders to chip away at the Golden Knights' lead in the second period. Lisbon would carry a 38-7 lead over Clifton-Fine going into half and held and extended the margin to 72-29 for the West Division victory 72-19. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Mccormick scores with 3.5 left in ot for bears win 4-3


Canton’s Matthew Gollinger (12) takes a shot from the blue line on Salmon River’s goal to have the shot blocked by goalie Jarron Jackson (25). Salmon River and Canton battled to a scoreless draw through the first period. With 4:17 left in the second period Salmon River’s Sean David scored a power-play goal. Jacob Cook putting the Shamrocks up 2-0 to end the 2nd period. Canton came out strong in the third period with Cody Moore scoring for the Golden Bears just 12 seconds into the period. Canton tied the game two minutes later when Mark Mahoney scored on the power play. Salmon River'sTanner Tarbell lifted the Shamrocks to a 3-2 lead. Canton tied the game on Jacob Mattice’s goal. In overtime with just 3.5 seconds remaining, Canton’s Andrew McCormick scored the game-winning goal to lift the Golden Bears past the Shamrocks 4-3. Canton’s Jacob Facey recorded 38 saves while Salmon River’s Jarrod Jackson stopped 29 shots. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery/a>

NCSN MONDAY Headlines

Boys Basketball: IHC downs H-D, Harrisville beats Morr.
Girls Basketball: Lisbon, Hammond, pick up victories
Boys Hockey: Canton defeats Salmon River in OT thriller
Girls Hockey: Massena, Canton, Potsdam, Oswego win

HHammond pulls away from green demons for 67-21 WIN


Hammond’s Aly Crosbie (23) takes the jump shot, but the shot was blocked by Hermon-DeKalb defenders Bridget Rust (1) and Chelsey MacKay (22) to prevent the Red Devils from extending on their six-point lead early in the first quarter. Hammond pulled away for the 67-21 victory. Hammond's Courtney Bova led all scorers with 14 points, while Crosbie turned in 12 points. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Fri.-Sun., January 16-18, 2015

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Boys Basketball: Brushton-Moira, M-W Jackets Win Sat.
Girls Basketball: Hammond, Brushton-Moira, O.F.A. Win
Men's Basketball: Clarkson, Canton Win; Cards Fall OT
Women's Hoops: Clarkson, S.L.U. Win; Potsdam Falls
Boys Hockey: O.F.A., St. Lawrence Central Win Tourneys
Girls Hockey: Massena, Salmon River, Larries Swept
Men's Hockey: Clarkson, S.L.U., Potsdam, Canton Win
Women's Hockey: Clarkson, Potsdam, Plattsburgh Win
Boys Swimming: AuSable, Plattsburgh Sweep Malone
Men's Swim: Clarkson 4th at Invit; Potsdam Edges SLU
Women's Swim: SLU Beats Pdam; Clarkson 5th at Invit.

ST. LAWRENCE EDGES ICEMEN 4-3 FOR N-N TOURNEY TITLE


St. Lawrence Central’s Nathan Burnett (30) blocks the hard wrist shot taken by a Plattsburgh forward in the first period.  Owen Houle put the Larries on the scoreboard late in the first period, assisted by Nate Stickney. Plattsburgh tied the game when Andrew Bechard scored from Ryan Whalen and Kurtis Olsen.  However, the tie lasted just 19 seconds when Kody Kocsis drilled an unassisted goal for what proved to be the game-winner. Lukas Arquiett connected with Hadyn St. Hilaire with an insurance marker.  Nate Burnett collected 21 saves for the Larries while Dean Dashnaw turned away 28 of the shots for Plattsburgh.  St. Lawrence Central then beat Norwood-norfolk 4-3 in the tournament championship.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

CLARKSON MEN BEAT R.P.I., THEN SWEEP WEEKEND SET


Clarkson's Derek Hart (42)  battles over an RPI defender to score two of his eight points in Friday's game.  John Coleman tossed in 20 points and the team's bench produced 33 points, to help Clarkson engineer a 69-54 victory over Rensselaer on Friday night.  Clarkson beat Union 77-69 on Saturday. (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central larries defeat c-p colts


Colton-Pierrepont’s Ethan Knight (24) races past St. Lawrence Central’s Cole Meacham (5) to take an open layup to chip away at the Larries lead.  The teams were tied 11-11 after the first quarter and 21-21 at the half.  Ethan Simonds scored 16 points and hauled in eight rebounds in leading the Larries to a 46-39 win. Shiloh Winters added 11 points and three assists.  The Colts' Riley Doyle led all scorers with 19 points, while Knight and Zach Farr contributed nine points each.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Brushton-moira surges in third to down larries 64-57


St. Lawrence Central’s Shiloh Winters (34) takes a three-point shot past Brushton-Moira defender Alex Burnett (5).  Winters and teammate Nate Arquiett scored 12 points each for the Larries.  St. Lawrence fell behind by 10 points late in the third quarter, but rallied to within two points just before the end of the quarter.  Taylor Tallman scored 13 points and Jon Kennedy eight for the Panthers.  (Katina Meacham photo)  Game Gallery

B-M PANTHERS score quickly to down ST. LAWRENCE 43-24


St Lawrence Central’s Chelsea Savage (10) takes the jump shot after breaking away from Brushton-Moira’s Arielle Gray (21).  Jenna Dufrane, Alexis Poirier and Kirsten Barrett each scored eight points to lead the Panthers, while Morgan Greer and Chelsea Savage each countered with six points to lead St. Lawrence.  (Katina Meacham photo) Game Gallery

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Bears pull away in fourth to BEAT MASSENA 51-38


MMassena’s Lexis Jacobs (4) takes the jump shot over Canton’s Kiersten Ashlin (24) to cut the Golden Bears' lead to four points.  A 17-8 fourth-quarter surge allowed Canton to break away from Massena for a 51-38 victory. Canton edged out to a 26-20 halftime lead. Natalie DiSalvo led the Bears with 15 points, while Mikaela Bessette chipped in 13 points. Massena’s Devin Kelly matched the game-best 15 points, while Lexis Jacobs and Bailie Young tossed in six points each.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Malone scores early to defeat gouverneur 52-30


Gouverneur’s Alisha Way (20) and Malone’s Erin McDonald (20) take the tipoff.  The Huskies jumped out to a 28-12 halftime lead, then held the Wildcats off for a 52-30 win.  Meghan O’Connor led Malone with 15 points. Erin McDonald contributed seven, while Taylor Poirier, Gabrielle Collins and Jayme Lavoie each posted six points. Shannon Knowlton led Gouverneur with 10 points, while Emily Bush added seven and Way six points. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN THURSDAY Headlines

Girls Basketball: C-P, Malone, Canton, H-D, E-K Win
Girls Hockey: Potsdam Nips Plattsburgh 1-0 in Overtime
Boys Swimming: Gouverneur Beats South Lewis 72-56

Wildcats capture victory over south lewis 72-56


Gouverneur’s Maddison McIntosh (outer) and South Lewis’ Patrick Pominville (inner) dive into the pool to the pool to begin the meet.  Pominville won the 100 backstroke for South Lewis.A trio of Wildcat swimmers – Mark Dunkelberg, Alex Deon and Ben Sitts – each won two individual events and swam on relay teams that produced first-place finishes and personal bests in Gouverneur’s 72-56 win. Dunkelberg took the 200 and 500 freestyles, which included a personal best of 2:05.59 in the 200 free. (Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

NCSN WEDNESDAY Headlines

Girls Basketball: B-M Sinks Potsdam; Gouverneur Wins
Men's Basketball: SUNY Canton Edged By Sage 75-70
Women's Basketball: Canton Beats Presque Isle 55-52
Boys Hockey:Canton Nips Massena; Pdam, N-N, SR Win
Girls Hockey: Canton Wins in OT; B'town, Potsdam Win
Boys Wrestling: Gouverneur Nips Massena;Canton Wins

Canton Edges Massena 3-2 In Overtime Seesaw Battle

Canton’s Blake Orosz puts the shot on net, but is stopped by Massena’s Maddi Dillabough (1).  The Golden Bears would score late in the first period to go up 1-0. Massena would answer back as would Canton for 2-1. Massena would tie it up, but the Golden Bears would score in OT for the 3-2 victory at the Massena Arena. (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery

 

harvey scores two ADDED goalS to lift n-n to 4-0 win


Malone’s Bailey Conklin (9) takes a hard slap shot on goal however Norwood-Norfolk goalie Brandon Richards (33) made the kick save. Tristen Harvey scored two goals, while Shane Cryderman and Brandin Cousineau also scored to lift the Norwood-Norfolk Icemen to a 4-0 win over the Malone Huskies.(Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Moore Scores Both Goals As Canton beats Massena

Massena’s Zach Koszan races to the puck ahead of Canton’s Cole Zeller (33).  Cody Mooreput Canton on top with his second goal just three minutes later. Canton, ranked 10th in the state in the latest Division I Sportswriters’ poll, dealt Massena its first Northern Athletic Conference loss in two years.  (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

Gouverneur eeks out Massena 34-33 League Win

Massena’s Austin Amo puts the headlock on Gouverneur’s Austin Milone.  The Gouverneur Wildcats needed a second tie-breaker to squeeze out a 34-33 victory over Massena. After the teams finished tied following the night’s bouts, the first tie-breaker – most team pins – did not settle the issue. Gouverneur had one fewer forfeit to win the second tie-breaker and the evening’s event.  (Clay Allen photo) Match Gallery

canton Golden Bears defeat ofa Blue Devils 51-27


Ogdensburg’s Brody Sheppard pins Canton’s Steven Woods for the Blue Devils first win of the meet. Canton won six matches by forfeit due to small numbers and got a pin from Zach Rottier in the 220-pound weight class to defeat Ogdensburg 51-27. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

larose puts up 40 to lift O.F.A. over potsdam 73-35


Potsdam’s Dequan Pitts (35) takes the layup over Ogdensburg’s Jack Manke (34) to chip away at the Blue Devils' lead.  Kinnon LaRose racked up 40 points to lead O.F.A. to a 73-35 victory.  Pitts led Potsdam with nine points, while Jake Mitchell and Ethan Van Blommmestein put up eight points each.  Ogdensburg climbed into the Central Division lead at 6-0.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Massena postS late RALLY to beat shamrocks 56-53


Massena’s Bailey LaBarge (2) tries to get a little extra space and dribble around Salmon River’s Ben Kelley (24).  Massena’s Bailey Terry launched 22 points, while Dante Viskovich chipped in 13 and Bailey Lafarge tossed in another 10 points to lead the Raiders. Salmon River was led by Russ Oakes with 16 points, while Antoine Domino added 13 and Jordan Wood contributed 12 points.  (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery