Salmon River Upends Malone; Larries Outlast P-H; Morristown Falls

Madrid-Waddington’s David Odendahl (4) looks to drive around Chateaugay’s Jordan Martin (12). The Bulldogs led the Yellow Jackets 48-41 with 2:57 remaining in the game. Madrid-Waddington fought back to within two, but a 3-pointer at the buzzer fell short. Chateaugay won 51-49.  (Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Standings & Non League

EAST DIVISION                  W-L   GB   Non-Lg
Tupper Lake
St. Regis Falls
St. Lawrence Central
  3-0       -        2-0
  3-1         ½    1-0
  3-1         ½    1-1
  2-1       1       2-1
  1-1       1½    2-0
  2-3       2½    0-1
  1-3       2       0-2
  0-5       4       0-2
CENTRAL DIVISION           W-L    GB  Non-Lg
Salmon River
  5-0       -        0-0
  3-0       1       0-2
  3-1       2       0-0
  3-2       2       0-0
  3-2       1½    0-1
  1-4       4       1-0
  1-5       4½    0-0
  0-5       5       0-0
WEST DIVISION                 W-L    GB  Non-Lg
  5-0       -        0-1
  3-0       1       1-2
  3-1       1½    0-1
  2-2       2½    1-1
  2-3       3       0-1
  1-3       3½    0-0
  1-4       4       0-1
  0-4       4½   1-1

Games of Week 3: December 15-December 20, 2014

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard


East Division
St. Lawrence Central 46, Parishville-Hopkinton 39
Central Division
Salmon River 65, Malone 52
Non League
General Brown 58, Morristown 37



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 64, Norwood-Norfolk 45
Chateaugay 51, Madrid-Waddington 49
St. Regis Falls at Tupper Lake, postponed
Central Division
Potsdam 70, Gouverneur 9
Ogdensburg 93, Massena 50
Canton 63, Brushton-Moira 62
West Division
Morristown 55, Hammond 21
Heuvelton 60, Hermon-DeKalb 34

Harrisville 69, Lisbon 34
Edwards-Knox 56, Clifton-Fine 29



East Division
Chateaugay 71, Tupper Lake 56



East Division
St. Regis Falls 47, Parishville-Hopkinton 41
St. Lawrence Central 52, Norwood-Norfolk 49
Madrid-Waddington at Colton-Pierrepont, postponed
Central Division
Potsdam 54, Malone 29
Ogdensburg 111, Gouverneur 27
Massena 75, Brushton-Moira 56
Salmon River 71, Canton 69 (OT)
West Division
Harrisville 54 Heuvelton 28
Lisbon 57, Hammond 55 (OT)
Edwards-Knox 54, Hermon-DeKalb 31
Morristown 57, Clifton-Fine 15


Antoine Domino poured in 27 points and Russ Oakes knocked down 20 more as Salmon River outlasted Canton 71-69 in overtime in a Central Division matchup at Fort Covington. Jordan Woods and Brandon Burdash pitched in eight points each for the Shamrocks. Canton’s Louden Porter countered with a game-high 29 points, while Dane Ames fired in another 28 points. The Bears rallied 20-13 in the fourth quarter to force the game into overtime.

Alex Gravlin dealt 11 points and Kobe Jordan added 10 points, including a three-pointer in overtime to carry Lisbon to a 57-55 overtime win at Hammond. The Red Devils’ Brock Tully wired a game-best 27 points.

The St. Lawrence Central Larries squandered a 15-point lead after three quarters, then had to fight for their lives in the closing seconds in staving off Norwood-Norfolk for their first win of the season, 52-49. The Flyers outscored the Larries 20-8 in the final frame. Larries’ sophomore Shiloh Winters fired up 16 points, while Nate Arquiett added 12 points in the win. Dustin Fisher led the Flyers’ comeback with 23 points.

 chateaugay squeaks past madrid-waddington 51-49

 Madrid-Waddington’s David Odendahl (4) crosses over and looks to drive around Chateaugay’s Jordan Martin (12). In a seesaw battle, the Bulldogs led the Yellow Jackets 48-41 with 2:57 remaining in the game. Madrid-Waddington fought back to get within two, but a desperation three at the buzzer fell short. Chateaugay won 51-49. (Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Madrid-Waddington’s Dakota Matthie (24) fires up a turnaround jumper over the reach of Chateaugay’s Austin Green (21).  Darek LaBare sank 17 points, while Tyler Jones dropped in 13 points and Jordan Martin added 10 points to power Chateaugay to a 51-49 win over the Yellow Jackets in a game of previously undefeated teams. With the win, Chateaugay moves into first place in the East Division. David Odendahl led Madrid-Waddington with 13 points as the Jackets suffered their first loss of the season.

Cougars pounce early to defeat green demons 54-31

Edwards-Knox’s Trent White (12) leaps through Hermon-DeKalb’s defenders Hunter Woodrow (25) and Zach Robinson to create an open layup to extend the lead by six in the first quarter. The Cougars jumped to an early 15-4 lead to end the first quarter, then continued the momentum to defeat the Green Demons 54-31. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Hermon-DeKalb’s Zach Robinson (10) jumps to rebound the ball after a jump shot taken by Edward-Knox’s Caleb Rowe (2).  Robinson lead Hermon-DeKalb with 10 points. Jeremiah Randall drained three 3-pointers and closed out with 16 points as the Cougars dropped the Demons 54-31. E-K’s Jared Meullieur chipped in eight points, while Dan Pharoah added seven points. 


Games of Week 2: December 8-December 13, 2014

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard


Central Division
Salmon River 56, Brushton-Moira 31
West Division
Harrisville 71, Hermon-DeKalb 34



East Division
Tupper Lake 60, Parishville-Hopkinton 33
Madrid-Waddington 61, St. Lawrence Central 35
Central Division
Massena 70, Gouverneur 28
Potsdam 71, Canton 32
Malone at Ogdensburg, postponed

West Division
Hammond 38, Heuvelton 34
Morristown at Edwards-Knox, postponed



East Division
Chateaugay 83, St. Lawrence Central 33
Tupper Lake 39, Colton-Pierrepont 34
Madrid-Waddington 52, St. Regis Falls 50
Parishville-Hopkinton 48, Norwood-Norfolk 46
Central Division
Malone 49, Massena 41
Brushton-Moira 63, Gouverneur 32
Ogdensburg 97, Canton 42
Potsdam 45, Salmon River 23
West Division
Hammond 46, Hermon-DeKalb 32
Morristown 45, Lisbon 31
Heuvelton 82, Clifton-Fine 32

B-M Panthers pounce early to defeat wildcats 63-32

Brushton-Moira’s Chase Bassett (30) leaps over four defenders from Gouverneur to create the open jump shot in front of the basket in the third quarter. Bassett and Alexander Burnett each scored 14 points to lead the Panthers to victory over the Wildcats 63-32 and give B-M its first Central Division win.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Gouverneur’s Brendon Fenlong takes the three point shot over Brushton-Moira defender Bryan Aubrey (33).  Brushton-Moira’s Alex Burnett posted a game-best 14 points, including 10 points off turnovers for the Panthers' first win since transitioning into the Central Division this season. The Panthers scored the first ten points of the game behind a tenacious defense and converted steals. Bryan Aubrey tallied 12 points and Trent Gary pitched in 11 points for B-M, as the Panthers improved to 1-2 Central. Gouverneur was led by forward Jordan Chambers with nine points.

sandstoners take early lead to beat canton 71-32

Potsdam’s Jake Mitchell (1) leaps around Canton defender Dane Ames (22) to extend on the Sandstoners' lead in the third quarter. Potsdam took a strong 32-12 lead into the half and outscored Canton 20-2 in the third quarter.  The Sandstoners went on to defeat the Canton Golden Bears 71-32.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Canton’s Louden Porter (12) takes three point jump shot to chip away at the Potsdam lead.  Potsdam’s DeQuan Pitts poured in 19 points, while Jack Byrnes added 12 points and Jake Mitchell chipped in 10 points as the Sandstoners stayed unbeaten (3-0) with a 71-32 win over the Bears. Mike Coupler led Canton with 13 points, while Dan Ames connected for 10 points.

morristown uses 2nd half run to defeat lisbon 46-31

Morristown’s Zack Kanaly (15) sidesteps Lisbon’s Kobe Jordan (34) to score two points for the Green Rockets. Morristown led the Golden Knights 21-19 at the half, but used a 17-2 run early in the third quarter to pull away. Lisbon was able to cut the lead to single digits again, but the Green Rockets used a late run to win 46-31. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Morristown’s Ryan Vollmer (5) attempts to steal the ball from Lisbon’s Tristan Vine (00).  An impressive 17-2 run in the third quarter proved to be the difference in Morristown’s 46-31 victory over Lisbon. The Rockets’ Zach Kanaly drained three 3-pointers as part of a 15-point performance. Jake VanArnam also scored 10 points for Morristown in their West Division debut. Lisbon was led by Alex Gravelin’s 12 points.


Games of Week 1: November 28-December 6, 2014

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard


Harrisville Tournament
Morristown 47, Edwards-Knox 29 (consolation)
Immaculate Heart 50, Harrisville 47 (champ.)
Saranac Lake Tournament
Chateaugay 61, Malone 51 (championship)
Non League
Cohoes 49, Ogdensburg 46



John Dineen Tournament at Madrid-Waddington
Heuvelton 57, Norwood-Norfolk 34 (consolation)
Madrid-Waddington 50, Tupper Lake 35 (champ)
Saranac Lake Tournament
Malone 65, Brushton-Moira 54 (semifinal)
Chateaugay 68, Saranac Lake 29 (semifinal)
Harrisville Tournament
IHC 52, Morristown 30 (semifinal)
Harrisville 62, Edwards-Knox 40 (semifinal)
Non League
Scotia 72, Ogdensburg 50



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 55, St. Lawrence Central 49
Central Division
Massena 60, Canton 50
West Division
Harrisville 69, Hammond 21
Hermon-DeKalb 46, Clifton-Fine 40
Edwards-Knox 42, Lisbon 38



East Division
Tupper Lake 67, Norwood-Norfolk 41
Central Division
Potsdam 52, Brushton-Moira 25
Non League
Saranac Lake 43, St. Lawrence Central 38



Central Division
Malone 70, Gouverneur 44
John Dineen Tournament at Madrid-Waddington
Madrid-Waddington 57, Norwood-Norfolk 35
Tupper Lake 35, Heuvelton 24
Non League
Canton 59, Hermon-DeKalb 41



Non League
Colton-Pierrepont 42, Hammond 37



St. Regis Falls-Brady Frazier Tournament
Clifton-Fine 33, Parishville-Hopkinton 30 (consol.)
St. Regis Falls 42, Colton-Pierrepont 36 (champ.)
Non League
Belleville-Henderson 58, Lisbon 50



St. Regis Falls-Brady Frazier Tournament
Colton-Pierrepont 40, Parishville-Hopk. 27 (semifinal)
St. Regis Falls 45, Clifton-Fine 25 (semifinal)

huskies pull past wildcats in season opener 70-44 

Malone’s Jacob Poupore (15) drives through Gouverneur defenders Aaron Stevens (2) and Brandon Streeter (1) to create an open shot under the basket during the second quarter. The Huskies surged on a 17-2 run in the second quarter to take a 35-12 lead into the half. Malone was able to keep up the momentum and pull away to win over Gouverneur 70-44.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Gouverneur’s Daniel Sweet (5) leaps to make the lay up early in the first quarter. After a tight ball game early, the Malone Huskies engaged in a 25-7 run to create separation with the Gouverneur Wildcats, en route to a 70-44 Central Division victory in the opener for both teams. Camron Gallagher led the Huskies with 14 points, while Jake Poupore tossed in 10 points. Gouverneur’s Nate Drake led all scorers by pouring in 22 points. Jordan Chambers chipped in 14 points for the Wildcats.

saints overcome slow start to top colts 42-36

The St. Regis Falls Saints boys basketball team poses with their trophy following their 42-36 victory over Colton-Pierrepont in the Championship of the annual Brady Frazier Tournament. The Saints overcame a 17-12 halftime deficit and took the lead in the fourth quarter, en route to the win. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

St. Regis Falls’ Ryan Duquette (5) skies for the layup over the reach of Colton-Pierrepont’s Mark Dumas (32).  Tyler Fraser led the Saints (2-0) with a game-best 19 points. Riley Doyle dropped in 14 points, while Ethan Knight contributed 12 points for the Colts (1-1).

eagles edge panthers in brady frazier consolation

Clifton-Fine’s Jake Folsom (white) steals the ball and starts the fast break while being chased by Parishville-Hopkinton’s Ryan Snyder (red). The Eagles took a 17-14 lead into the half. The Panthers battled back to tie the game 30-30, but Chase Koster hit a late layup to give Clifton-Fine a 33-30 victory. Koster scored a game-high 18 points. (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Kobe Wells (30) and Clifton-Fine’s Logan Hayes (21) dive onto the floor to fight for control of the ball.  Connor Sullivan led the Panthers with eight points, in a seesaw battle that saw Clifton-Fine pull out a 33-30 win to even their record at 1-1.




IHC wins Harrisville tip-off tournament in fourth 50-47

Harrisville’s Nate Weaver (10) spins between Immaculate Heart’s Nick Kramer (15) and Jake Fusilli (23) to create the open layup for the Pirates.  Harrisville carried the lead into the final seconds of the game, but Vincenzo Alteri scored on a putback and Jake Navarra connected on two free throws in the final five seconds as Immaculate Heart overcame Harrisville 50-47 in the championship of the Harrisville Tournament. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Harrisville’s Jared Dreythaler (2) goes for the layup on a breakaway for two points.  Harrisville’s Nate Weaver led all scorers by racking up 28 points. IHC’s Jake Fusilli (MVP) netted 25 points, while J.P. McClusky dropped in 13 points.

Morristown tops edwards-knox 62-40 in consolation

Morristown’s Zackary Kanaly (15) takes a jump shot over Edwards-Knox defender Trent White (14) to extend the Rockets' lead to eight points in the third quarter.  Morristown captured the lead in the second quarter and pulled away for a 47-39 win over the Cougars in the consolation of the Harrisville Tournament.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Edwards-Knox’s Trent White (14) leaps up for the jumpshot past Morristown defender Ryan Vollmer (5).  Vollmer netted 15 points, Jake VanArnam chipped in 13 points and Zack Kanaly scored 11 points in anchoring the victory. Edwards-Knox was led by Trent White with 11 points and Jake Fenlong with 10.

JACKETS WIN John Dineen Tourney over tupper lake

Tupper Lake’s Anson Gagnier (21) looks to cut around Madrid-Waddington's David Ohdendal (4) as he charges to the basket. The Yellow Jackets gained a 22-12 lead in the second quarter, but Tupper Lake rallied to tie 23-23 at the half.  The Jackets pulled away in the second half to win 50-35.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Tupper Lake’s Roger DeLair (32) spins around Madrid-Waddington’s Aaron Armstrong (1) for the layup.  After squandering a 10-point lead in the second quarter, Madrid-Waddington broke away from a 23-23 tie at the half to beat Tupper Lake 50-25. M-W’s David Odendahl knocked down 18 points, while Michael Thew connected for 11 points and Aaron Armstrong rounded out the double-digit scorers with 10. Tupper Lake was led by Anson Gagnier with 15 points, while Roger Delair posted 10 points.

Heuvelton tops N-N flyers in consolation game 57-35

Heuvelton’s Josh Cote (1) gets the layup on a breakaway against Norwood-Norfolk defender Gage Origlio (22) to put the Bulldogs up by eleven in the first quarter. The Bulldogs charged ahead of the Flyers 30-9 at halftime. Heuvelton hold off Norwood-Norfolk’s second-half surge to win 57-34 in the Dineen Tournament consolation game at Madrid-Waddington. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Dustin Fisher (32) leaps to keep the ball in bounds but has the ball stolen away by Heuvelton’s Casey Smith (23). Heuvelton raced to a 14-1 lead in the first quarter, then held down Norwood-Norfolk 57-34 in the consolation game of the John Dineen Memorial Tournament at Madrid-Waddington. Andrew Woodard fashioned 12 points, while Andrew Streeter added 10 points for Heuvelton. Three players – Travis Gay, Zach Benware and Dustin Fisher – scored 10 points each for the Flyers.

FARR puts up 19 to lift colts over red devils 42-37

Colton-Pierrepont’s Riley Doyle (4) spins around Hammond defenders Mark Cunningham (10) and Jake Tate (55) for the layup under the basket.  The Red Devils battled back from a 16-8 deficit to take a 21-20 lead at halftime. Colton-Pierrepont outdueled Hammond in the second half to grab the non-league win in a seesaw struggle 42-37.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Hammond’s Payton Frasina (5) cuts past Colton-Pierrepont’s John Angleberger (22) to charge toward the basket.  Zach Farr netted 19 points and ripped down19 rebounds to power the Colts to a non-league win over Hammond. After a seesaw struggle through three quarters with the Red Devils up by two, the Colts outscored the Devils 12-5 in the final frame. Riley Doyle added 13 points for the Colts. Zech Cunningham popped in 12 points and Peyton Frisina chipped in 10 for Hammond.