Lisbon, Morristown, St. Regis Falls Win Final Reg. Season Games

Lisbon’s Alex Gravelin (33) takes the three pointer past Heuvelton defender Tyler Lytle (44) to bring the Golden Knights to within one point at the end of the first quarter. Lisbon bounced back to gain a four-point lead at the half, en route to a  39-36 victory in the regular season finale.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Final Standings & Non League

EAST DIVISION                  W-L   GB   Non-Lg
St. Regis Falls
Tupper Lake
St. Lawrence Central
14-0       -        3-1
11-3       3       2-1
10-4       4       4-0
  9-5       5       1-3
  5-9       9       0-4
4-10     10       2-2
3-11     11       2-2
0-14     14       1-3
CENTRAL DIVISION           W-L    GB  Non-Lg
Salmon River
14-0       -        1-3
11-3       3       3-1
  9-5       5       2-0
  8-6       6       3-1
  7-7       7       0-4
  5-9       9       4-0
2-12     12       2-2
0-14     14       0-4
WEST DIVISION                 W-L    GB  Non-Lg
14-0       -        2-1
12-2       2       1-3
  7-7       7       2-2
  7-7       7       1-2
  7-7       7       0-4
  6-8       8       2-2
3-11     11       0-3
0-14     13       1-2

Games of Week 11-12: February 2-14, 2015

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard


West Division
Harrisville 61, Clifton-Fine 23
Non League
Albany Academy 75, Ogdensburg 65



East Division
St. Regis Falls 48, Colton-Pierrepont 40
Tupper Lake 60, St. Lawrence Central 34
Chateaugay 68, Parishville-Hopkinton 22
Central Division
Salmon River 69, Massena 55
Ogdensburg 72, Potsdam 50
Canton 65, Gouverneur 49
Malone 69, Brushton-Moira 45
West Division
Hammond 60, Edwards-Knox 47
Morristown 39, Hermon-DeKalb 31
Lisbon 39, Heuvelton 36
Clifton-Fine at Harrisville, postponed till Sat. 12:30



Non League
Northeastern Clinton 66, Malone 61



East Division
St. Regis Falls 62, St. Lawrence Central 37
Colton-Pierrepont 50, Parishville-Hopkinton 41
Chateaugay 84, Norwood-Norfolk 50
Tupper Lake 63, Madrid-Waddington 55
Central Division
Malone 58, Canton 38
Potsdam 47, Massena 44
Salmon River 57, Gouverneur 21
Ogdensburg 92, Brushton-Moira 33
West Division
Hammond 67, Clifton-Fine 48
Harrisville 45, Morristown 34
Heuvelton 52, Edwards-Knox 48 (OT)



East Division
Chateaugay 54, Madrid-Waddington 50 (OT)
St. Regis Falls 73, Tupper Lake 48
St. Lawrence Central 50, Parishville-Hopkinton 32

Colton-Pierrepont 52, Norwood-Norfolk 48
Central Division
Malone 68, Salmon River 57
Ogdensburg 87, Massena 47
Canton 78, Brushton-Moira 71
Potsdam 65, Gouverneur 17
West Division
Morristown 48, Hammond 35
Harrisville 56, Lisbon 34
Heuvelton 71, Hermon-DeKalb 54
Edwards-Knox 63, Clifton-Fine 33



East Division
St. Regis Falls 50, Parishville-Hopkinton 30
St. Lawrence Central 59, Norwood-Norfolk 44
Madrid-Waddington 39, Colton-Pierrepont 34
Chateaugay 80, Tupper Lake 49
Central Division
Potsdam 67, Malone 40
Ogdensburg 105, Gouverneur 22
Massena 62, Brushton-Moira 46
West Division
Morristown 66, Clifton-Fine 25
Edwards-Knox 60, Hermon-DeKalb 27
Harrisville 60, Heuvelton 38

Colts pull away late for 50-41 victory over panthers

Colton-Pierrepont’s Zach Farr (14) cuts past Parishville-Hopkinton’s Kobe Wells (30) as he charged his way to the basket. The Colts and The Panthers battled a tough back and fourth game but in the end, Colton-Pierrepont pulled away from Parishville-Hopkinton late in the game for the 50-41 victory. (Bob LaRue photo) Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Zach Farr (14) leaps over three Parishville-Hopkinton defenders for two points. The Colts and Panthers battled a tough back and fourth through three quarters.   Then P-H ran into foul trouble in the final period.  The Colts capitalized by hitting 10-of-11 free throws, en route to a 50-41 victory.  Riley Doyle led the Colts with 21 points, while Farr netted 13 and Ethan Knight chipped in 10.  Connor Sullivan scored 15, while Lucas Snell posted 11 for P-H.

Larries pull away in the fourth to win 59-44 over n-n

St. Lawrence Central’s Nate Arquiett (23) makes the layup past Norwood-Norfolk's Trent Saumier (15) and Beau Catimon (34) late in the fourth quarter. Arquiett led St. Lawrence Central with a game high 27 points, lifting the Larries over Norwood-Norfolk 59-44.  Travis Gay lead the Flyers with 13 points. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Dustin Fisher (30) takes the short layup over two St. Lawrence Central defenders to chip away at the Larries' lead.  The Flyers closed to within 12 points in the fourth quarter, before St. Lawrence put the game away.


Madrid-Waddington erased a five-point deficit with a 13-8 run in the fourth quarter to pull even 47-47 and force overtime in a key East Division matchup.  However, the Bulldogs recovered with a 7-3 advantage in a tightly-defended overtime to post a 54-50 win over the Yellow Jackets and clinch at least a tie for the East Division regular-season crown.  Tyler Jones paced the Bulldogs with 17 points, as Chateaugay improved to 12-0 East, 14-1 overall.  David Odendahl posted a game-best 26 points to lead the Jackets who slipped to 11-2 East, 13-3 overall.

Bulldogs nip lisbon 39-36 to PULL EVEN IN WEST DIVISION

Lisbon’s Alex Gravelin (33) takes the three pointer past Heuvelton defender Tyler Lytle (44) to bring the Golden Knights to within one point at the end of the first quarter. Lisbon bounced back to gain a four-point lead at the half, en route to a  39-36 victory in the regular-season finale. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Tyler Lytle slips between Lisbon's Alex Gravelin (33) and Koby Jordan (34) to get the open layup.  The Golden Knights overcame a quick start by the Bulldogs to take a 20-16 halftime lead. Lisbon captured the win with a 14-10 run in the final quarter of the West Division contest. Hunter Gray notched 12 points, while Alex Gravlin contributed 10. Mike Martin led Heuvelton scorers with seven points. The win pulled Lisbon into a three-way tie for third place with Heuvelton and Edwards-Knox, all at 7-7 in the West.


Massena's Logan Deshane battles his way over two Salmon River defenders for the putback under the hoop.  Salmon River enjoyed a 16-1 run in the second quarter to gain the early lead, then fended off the Red Raiders 69-55 in a Central Division regular-season finale.  (Bob LaRue photo)

Massena's Xavier Goyco (1) stiff-arms Salmon River's Russ Oakes (21) on a hard dribble.  Salmon River’s Ben Kelly splashed 21 points, while Russ Oakes added 17 and Antoine Domino popped in 13 points to lead the Shamrocks to a 69-55 Central Division win over the Massena Red Raiders. The Shamrocks gained solid 15-point lead in the second quarter when they rained down five consecutive three-pointers after a 15-15 tie to open the contest. Both teams entered the final game of the regular season with identical records. With the win, Salmon River claims third place in the division at 9-5, 11-5 overall. Massena settles into fourth place at 8-6, 11-7 overall. For Massena, Dante Viskovich led the way with 12 points, while Logan Deshane pitched in 11 points.

Key threes late in game lift pirates past green demons

Morristown’s Ryan Vollmer (5) scores the layup over Harrisville’s Jared Dreythaler (2). The two teams played a fast-paced physical game with the Rockets leading the Pirates by just five points at the half.  Harrisville deployed a tougher full-court defense causing a few key turnovers, leading the Pirates to the 45-33 win and the West Division regular-season title.  (Brock Simons photo)  Game Gallery

Harrisville’s Nate Weaver (10) scores the layup early in Tuesday’s game at Morristown.  Harrisville outscored the Rockets 29-14 in the second half.  Dreythaler and Brennan Best both notched 13 points in the victory.


Louden Porter (12) slides past Brushton-Moira’s Connor Trudeau (25) to earn a layup to lift Canton to a three-point lead to begin the second quarter. Porter went on to score a personal-best 46 points in the game to lead the Bears to a 78-71 victory. B-M's Alex Burnett scored 20 points.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Brushton-Moira’s Bryan Aubrey (33) takes the short jumper past Canton’s Louden Porter (12) to tie the game midway through the second quarter.  In a game of streaks, Brushton-Moira opened with a 16-9 lead, before Canton rallied to go up by seven points in the second quarter. The Panthers netted the final six points of the half to trail 35-34 at intermission. Canton slowly edged ahead in the third quarter to open a 12-point advantage. The Panthers again rallied to within four points, before the Bears put the game away 78-71. Porter scorched the Panthers for 46 points, including 17 from the free-thrown line. Mike Cougler also had a big night for the Bears with 24 points. Alex Burnett topped the Panthers with 20 points, while Chase Bassette added 18 and Taylor Tallman 17 points.


Games of Week 10: January 26-31, 2015

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard


East Division
St. Regis Falls 73, Norwood-Norfolk 59
Madrid-Waddington 68, St. Lawrence Central 35
Chateaugay 58, Colton-Pierrepont 13
Central Division
Ogdensburg 84, Malone 38
Massena 63, Gouverneur 29
Potsdam 62, Canton 42
Salmon River 84, Brushton-Moira 45
West Division
Morristown 65, Edwards-Knox 44
Lisbon 56, Clifton-Fine 42
Harrisville 70, Hermon-DeKalb 14
Heuvelton 56, Hammond 42



Non League
LaFargeville 57, Gouverneur 41



Lisbon Tournament
Canton 54, Hammond 43 (consolation)
Salmon River 56, Lisbon 28 (championship)



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 46, Colton-Pierrepont 32
Lisbon Tournament
Salmon River 63, Canton 58 (semifinal)
Lisbon 56, Hammond 47 (semifinal)
Non League

General Brown 53, Morristown 40



East Division
Chateaugay 58, St. Regis Falls 37

Golden Knights advance to tourney championship 56-47

Lisbon’s Tristen Vine (00) leaps over Hammond defender Payton Frisina (5) for the layup to cut into the Red Devils' lead midway through the first quarter. The Red Devils jumped to an early five-point lead in the first quarter.  However Lisbon came back to gain the 56-47 victory in the semifinals of the James Darcy Memorial Tournament.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

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 to lead the Knights.  Brock Tulley led Hammond with 13 points, while Payton Frisina and Sean Walsh contributed 11 points each.





sandstoners' PROSPER LEADS WIN VS. CANTON 62-42

Potsdam’s Connor Prosper (23) takes the short jumper past Canton defender Sebastian Newman (33) to extend the Sandstoners' lead in the fourth quarter. The Sandstoners surged in the second quarter to earn the 62-42 victory.  Prosper led the Sandstoners in scoring with 16 points. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

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.

Brooks leads shamrocks over golden bears 63-58

Salmon River’s Russ Oakes (21) cuts around Canton’s Michael Couglar (11) and Louden Porter (12) to get the layup late in the game to give the Shamrocks a five-point lead. Salmon River held off Canton to pick up the Central Division victory 63-58.  Tyler Brooks lead the Shamrocks with 20 points.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Canton’s Louden Porter (12) takes the short jump shot over Salmon River’s Brandon Burdash (45) and Ben Kelly (24) to chip away at the Shamrocks' lead.  Louden scored 20 points, while his brother Declan tossed in 21 points for the Bears.  Antoine Domino and Russ Oakes each scored 16 points as the Shamrocks advanced to the title game in the James Darcy Memorial Tournament in Lisbon.

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

Chateaugay’s Austin Green (21) gets the layup past St. Regis Falls defenders Jesse Goodrow (5) and Tyler Fraser (23) to score his first points of the game and put the Bulldogs up by seven late in the second quarter. The Saints managed to climb back to within five points after the first-half surge by Chateaugay, but fell short to the Bulldogs 58-37 in East Division action on Monday. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

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.


Games of Weeks 8-9: January 12-24, 2015

 NCSN Bspan class="auto-style9">oys Basketball Scoreboard


East Division
Tupper Lake 66, Parishville-Hopkinton 30
Non League
Chateaugay 49, Heuvelton 28



East Division
Chateaugay 64, St. Lawrence Central 34
Tupper Lake 60, Colton-Pierrepont 30
Parishville-Hopkinton 60, Norwood-Norfolk 55
Madrid-Waddington 56, St. Regis Falls 37
Central Division
Massena 75, Malone 55
Brushton-Moira 44, Gouverneur 30
Salmon River 51, Potsdam 32
Ogdensburg 94, Canton 43
West Division
Hammond 43, Hermon-DeKalb 23
Harrisville 68, Edwards-Knox 40
Heuvelton 46, Clifton-Fine 44
Morristown 60, Lisbon 36



Central Division
Salmon River 66, Gouverneur 31
West Division
Morristown 61, Edwards-Knox 50
Hermon-DeKalb 44, Lisbon 27



East Division
St. Regis Falls 54, Norwood-Norfolk 42
Central Division
Ogdensburg 88, Malone 43
Non League
Hammond 51, Colton-Pierrepont 48 (OT)
Parishville-Hopkinton 53, Clifton-Fine 35
Edwards-Knox 50, Gouverneur 35



West Division
Harrisville 54, Morristown 36
Non League
IHC 66, Hermon-DeKalb 33
Hammond 40, Alexandria Bay 34



Non League
Madrid-Waddington 52, Edwards-Knox 24
Brushton-Moira 64, St. Lawrence Central 57



East Division
St. Lawrence Central 46, Colton-Pierrepont 39
Tupper Lake 60, Norwood-Norfolk 31
Madrid-Waddington 72, Parishville-Hopkinton 18
Chateaugay 78, St. Regis Falls 49
Central Division
Malone 57, Gouverneur 25
Ogdensburg 102, Salmon River 53
Potsdam 65, Brushton-Moira 41
Massena 69, Canton 41
West Division
Harrisville 75, Hammond 30
Edwards-Knox 40, Lisbon 37
Hermon-DeKalb 51, Clifton-Fine 30
Morristown 46, Heuvelton 45



East Division
St. Regis Falls 51, Colton-Pierrepont 33
Tupper Lake 54, St. Lawrence Central 30
Madrid-Waddington 69, Norwood-Norfolk 39
Chateaugay 57, Parishville-Hopkinton 25
Central Division
Massena 56, Salmon River 53
Ogdensburg 73, Potsdam 35
Canton 67, Gouverneur 35
West Division
Edwards-Knox 66, Hammond 47
Harrisville 77, Clifton-Fine 22
Morristown 55, Hermon-DeKalb 27



West Division
Hammond 42, Clifton-Fine 38

St. Lawrence Central larries defeat c-p colts

St. Lawrence Central’s Cole Meacham (5) makes the layup past Colton-Pierrepont defenders Mark Dumas (32) and Zach Farr (14) to extend the Larries lead to five points in the third quarter. The Larries took the lead early in the third quarter and held off the Colts 46-39. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

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.

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

On a breakaway, Ogdensburg’s Joe Dalton (24) goes up for the layup facing heavy defense from Potsdam’s Dequan Pitts (35) and Jack Byrnes (21) to extend the Blue Devils' lead to 16 points in the second quarter. The Blue Devils went on a 17-6 run in the second frame to build up a 17-point lead entering the half. Ogdensburg went on to defeat the Sandstoners 73-35. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

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, while Jack Manke added 20 and Dakota Brady tossed in nine 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, while Potsdam slid to 6-1.

Green Demons upset lisbon in second half RUN 44-27

Hermon-DeKalb’s Dylan Burwell (4) gets the jump shot past Lisbon defender Hunter Gray (10) to extend the Green Demons lead to six points. Hermon-DeKalb led 13-7 at the end of first quarter. While Lisbon struggled to score, The Demons pulled away in the second half to pick up a 44-27 win.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Hermon-DeKalb’s Austin Bogart (15) cuts through Lisbon’s Hunter Gray (10) and Donnie Duprey (44). Zack Robinson led the Demons with 20 points and nine rebounds, while Hunter Woodrow added 12 points and Austin Bogart hauled down 10 rebounds. The Golden Knights struggled to get the ball through the ring, especially in the second half when they managed just seven points. Koby Jordan led the Knights with nine points.

Parishville-Hopkinton wins over clifton-fine 53-35

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Mike Charleston (11) makes the layup after cutting through Clifton-Fine defenders Austin Locke (32) and Chase Koster (11). The bucket extended the Panther lead to six points in the first quarter. Parishville-Hopkinton extended the margin in the second half, en route to a 53-35 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

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.

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

Brushton-Moira’s Alex Burnett (5) takes the jump shot past St. Lawrence Central's Cole Meacham (5) and Skylar Burns (32) to extend the Panthers' lead to six points in the third quarter. Burnett scored 26 points to lift Brushton-Moira past the Larries 64-57 at the 5th annual Coaches vs. Cancer game.  (Katina Meacham photo) Game Gallery

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.

Massena postS late RALLY to beat shamrocks 56-53

Salmon River’s Antonio Domino (3) goes up strong against Massena’s Dante Viskovich (20) and makes the layupy. The Shamrocks came out strong by hitting 5 three-point baskets and led by eight points after the first. The Red Raiders would rally late and forge a 56-53 come-from-behind win over the Shamrocks.  (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

Massena’s Bailey Laarge (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.


Games of Week 6-7: January 5-10, 2015

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard


West Division
Heuvelton 52, Edwards-Knox 37



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 30, Colton-Pierrepont 29
Madrid-Waddington 59, Tupper Lake 49
Chateaugay 70, Norwood-Norfolk 27
St. Regis Falls 55, St. Lawrence Central 40
Central Division
Canton 57, Malone 53
Potsdam 42, Massena 37
Ogdensburg 107, Brushton-Moira 31
Salmon River at Gouverneur, postponed
West Division
Edwards-Knox at Heuvelton, postponed
Lisbon at Hermon-DeKalb, postponed
Morristown at Harrisville, postponed
Clifton-Fine at Hammond, rescheduled



East Division
St. Regis Falls 68, Tupper Lake 64
Non League
Hermon-DeKalb at IHC postponed till 1/19



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 61, Parishville-Hopkinton 38
Central Division
Ogdensburg 88, Salmon River 49
West Division
Morristown 54, Heuvelton 33
Lisbon 70, Clifton-Fine 40

Ogdensburg downs salmon river in second half 88-49

Salmon River’s Antonio Domino (3) battles for the jumper past Ogdensburg defender Jack Manke (34) after getting a steal and sprinting the ball downcourt. The Shamrocks and Blue Devils battled a tight defensive game ending the first quarter with O.F.A. on top 22-11. The Devils defeated the Shamrocks 88-49.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Kinnon LaRose (30) rises for the easy layup past Salmon River’s Ben Kelly (24).  For the second straight game, Ogdensburg’s Kinnon LaRose scorched twine for 43 points as the Blue Devils downed the Shamrocks before a packed house at Salmon River. Jack Manke and Peyton Lalone dropped in 16 points each, as the Blue Devils improved to 4-0 in Central Division action, 6-2 overall. Antoine Domino connected for 15 points for the Shamrocks who slipped to 3-2 Central, 4-2 overall

Potsdam pulls out win in defensive battle 42-37

Massena’s Xavier Goyko (1) cuts around Potsdam defender Dequan Pitts (35) to create an open jumper to cut  the Sandstoners' lead to one point in the third quarter. In a strong defensive game, Potsdam held Massena to only nine points to end the first quarter. The Sandstoners won 42-37. (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery  Game Broadcast

Potsdam’s Matt Stone (24) takes the jump shot over Massena’s Nick McKeel (53) to extend the Sandstoners lead to five points.  Hard-nosed defense from both sides made points hard to come by as Potsdam out-dueled Massena 42-37 in a key Central Division matchup. The Sandstoners gained a first quarter lead on Jack Byrnes’ jumper. The Red Raiders never let Potsdam gain more than a six-point advantage, closing to within a point or two the rest of the game, but could not regain the lead. Potsdam’s balanced offense was led by DeQuan Pitts’ 12 points, while Byrnes stepped up off the bench with a nine-point night. Jake Mitchell tossed in seven points. Massena was led by Xavier Goyco’s game-best 13 points, while Zevon Viskovich added eight points and Logan Deshane with seven.



Games of Week 5: December 29-January 4, 2015

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard


Non League
Massena 67, Peru 58
Parishville-Hopkinton 53, Norwood-Norfolk 51
Beekmantown 53, Chateaugay 51
Carthage 61, Potsdam 51



Non League
Salmon River 65, Northern Adirondack 52



Norwood-Norfolk 55, Alexandria Bay 36
JCC Tournament
Carthage 85, Massena 44
Harrisville 70, Thousand Islands 54
Canton Burkman Classic
Madrid-Waddington 58, Hermon-DeKalb 27 (cons.)
Canton 54, Lisbon 34 (championship)
Section VII/X Challenge at SUNY Potsdam
Saranac Central 65, Tupper Lake 60
Beekmantown 57, Malone 37
Seton Catholic 70, Brushton-Moira 63
Potsdam 40, Peru 24
AuSable Valley 57, St. Lawrence Central 38
Ogdensburg 93, Plattsburgh 45



JCC Tournament
Massena 75, Indian River 72 (OT)
Canton Burkman Classic
Lisbon 47, Hermon-DeKalb 44 (semifinal)
Canton 54, Madrid-Waddington 42 (semifinal)

sandstoners top Indians in defensive battle 40-24

Peru’s Patrick Demarais (10) looks for a teammate while closely guarded by Potsdam’s Ethan VanBlomenstine (30). The Indians scored the first seven points of the game, but the Sandstoners would make their own run and score 10 straight and would lead 18-13 at half.  Potsdam made a 12-2 run and a 9-4 run to pull away from the Indians in a 40-26 victory. (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Chiefs earn late foul shots to overcome lumberjacks

Tupper Lake’s Noah Santana (15) battles for the layup against Saranac Central’s Zach Faris (40). The Lumberjacks and the Chiefs battled back and forth in the first half, with Saranac leading 32-31 at half.  Tupper Lake controlled the play at the beginning of the second half to take a 53-49 lead midway through the second half.  The Chiefs would rally to regain the lead down the stretch and go on to win 65-60. (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

Saranac Central scored seven straight points at a critical juncture in the final six minutes, breaking away from a 52-50 lead, en route to a 65-60 victory over the Tupper Lake Lumberjacks in the opening game of the Section X-VII Challenge at SUNY Potsdam.  Saranac led 32-31 at the half,.  Tupper Lake trimmed the margin to three points in the closing minutes, but could not regain the lead.  Zach LePage with 17 points led three Chiefs in double digits.Austin Myers added 14 and Isaiah Dessureault chipped in 13 points.  Tupper Lake's Anson Gagnier scored a game-best 18 points, while Andrew Powers contributed 12 points and Liam Lamere tossed in 10.

Seton Catholic pulls away from brushton-moira 70-63

Seton Catholic’s Kevin Murray (20) looks to make a pass over Brushton-Moira’s Austin Taverie (15). The Knights and Panthers seesawed through the first half, until Seton Catholic took it’s biggest lead at the end of first half 36-30. The Panthers clawed their way back to 63-63 tie with just under two minutes left. However, the Knights would score the last seven points and hold for a 70-63 win. (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Seton Catholic’s Noah Racette (21) puts up the long jumper over Brushton Moira’s Chase Bassett.


Madrid-Waddington’s Michael Thew (30) attempts a pass while defended by Canton’s Michael Cougler (11). The Bears and Yellow Jackets started hot from the field. Madrid-Waddington led 19-16 after the first quarter. However, Canton continued to ride its strong shooting to defeat the Jackets 54-42 in the second semifinal of the Burkman Classic.  (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Madrid-Waddington’s Harrison VanBuren (3) shoots the jumper over Canton defender Declan Porter (44).  Canton eighth grader Declan Porter broke open for five three-pointers in the first half, then tacked on another in the fourth quarter for a game-best 18 points, in leading the Golden Bears to a 54-42 victory over the Yellow Jackets in the Burkman Classic at Canton. His brother Louden, a sophomore, ran the offense at the point and poured in 14 points. Dane Ames added 13 points from the interior. Canton advances to face Lisbon for the tournament championship. David Odendahl notched 15 points to lead the Yellow Jackets who slipped to 4-2 overall.

Ogdensburg downs plattsburgh hornets 93-45

Ogdensburg's Kinnon LaRose (30) spins around Plattsburgh's Jordan Guay (15) after the steal on the other side of the court to create the easy layup. Ogdensburg and Plattsburgh were locked in an battle early in the first half when the Blue Devils led only by three points.  Ogdensburg then surged away 93-45.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Plattsburgh's Jordan Guay (15) leaps over two Ogdensburg defenders to create a jump shot for the Hornets. 

Patriots pull away in second half to beat SLCS

St. Lawrence Central's Cole Meacham (5), Nate Arquiett (23) and Isaac Jandreau (33) block the jump shot from an AuSable Valley forward. The Patriots went on a quick 10-2 run to start the second half to pull away from the Larries and capture the win 57-38 in the Section VII-X Challenger at SUNY Potsdam. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central's Dylan Huckle (42) leaps over an AuSable Valley defender to gain a layup and chip away at the Patriots' lead in the second half.

Malone huskies fall to beekmantown eagles 57-37

Beekmantown’s Benny Mitchell (24) fights for a layup through two Malone defenders including Cameron Gallagher (32). The Eagles and Huskies were back and forth in the opening minutes of play, before Beekmantown went on a 15-2 run midway through the first half and led 27-17 at intermission. The Huskies rallied to get within six points.  However, a late surge would give the Eagles a 57-37 victory at Maxcy Hall.  (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Malone’s Zach Raymond (4) spins off and looked to go to the basket off of Beekmantown’s Nick Wilson (21).  Three scoring runs allowed Beekmantown to pull away and hold command of the lead in a 57-37 win over the Malone Huskies in the Section X-VII Challenge at SUNY Potsdam.  The Eagles opened a 22-9 lead midway through the first half on the strength of an 8-2 run.  Franklin Academy closed within six points to open the second half, before Beekmantown scored 11 straight points to blow open a 44-27 lead with 6:36 remaining.  Justin Stevens dropped in 13 points, while mickey Pepper put up 11 points for the Eagles.  Camron Gallagher and Jason Spaulding led a balanced Huskies' offense with seven points each, with Jacob Poupore adding six points. 


Hermon-DeKalb’s Zach Robinson (10) drives to basket while maneuvering around Lisbon’s Adam Kelley (5). Lisbon opened the game on a 9-0 run, then led by three points at the half. The Green Demons gained the lead by as many as six points midway through the third. Lisbon rallied to win 47-44. (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Hermon-DeKalb’s Hunter Woodrow (25) bounces a pass around Lisbon’s Coleman Smith (24) and Donnie Duprey (44) in the 36th annual Burkman Classic semifinal at Canton.  Lisbon broke out to a 9-0 lead to open the game, but watched it slip away on a 12-3 Hermon-DeKalb run in the third quarter. The Green Demons finally took a six-point lead in the third quarter. Lisbon battled back with 13 unanswered points into the fourth quarter to regain the lead for good. Hunter Gray led Lisbon with 13 points, including three 3-pointers. But still, the Knights were unable to put the H-D away, down to the final buzzer. A last-second, three-pointer fell short for Hermon-DeKalb. Lisbon won 47-44 in a game that also countered for league standings. Koby Jordan added 11 points for the Knights. Zach Robinson scored a game-best 20 points, including a stretch of 12 straight for the Demons in the second half.




Games of Week 3-4: December 15-December 27, 2014

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard


Section VII/X Challenge at SUNY Plattsburgh
Seton Catholic 86, St. Lawrence Central 48
Peru 57, Malone 46
Potsdam 49, Beekmantown 46 (OT)
AuSable Valley 45, Tupper Lake 39
Saranac Central 63, Brushton-Moira 55



East Division
Chateaugay 57, Colton-Pierrepont 34
Heuvelton Tournament
Heuvelton 41, Gouverneur 27
St. Regis Falls 41, Lisbon 24
JCC Tournament
LaFargeville 75, Hermon-DeKalb 54
Non League
Massena 57, Peru 56
Alexandria Bay 60, Norwood-Norfolk 45
Potsdam 61, Saranac Central 35



Heuvelton Tournament
St. Regis Falls 42, Gouverneur 39 (semifinal)
Lisbon 48, Heuvelton 43 (semifinal)
Sackets Harbor Tournament

Harrisville 62, Immaculate Heart 48



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.