Chateaugay, O.F.A. Win Titles; Heuvelton & E-K Share West Title


Ogdensburg’s Connor Badlam (0) leaps over Canton defenders Brandon Lorrenc (33) and Andy Downs (20) to score off the fadeaway jumper to extend the Blue Devils lead to five points in the beginning of the third quarter. OFA's Joey Dalton scored the game-winning bucket with just 5.2 seconds remaining for a 75-74 Ogdensburg victory.  The win earned O.F.A. the regular-season Central Division crown. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

2016-17 SECTION X BOYS BASKETBALL
Final Standings & Non League
Records

EAST DIVISION                  W-L   GB   Non-Lg
x-Chateaugay
St. Regis Falls
Madrid-Waddington
Brushton-Moira
Parishville-Hopkinton
Tupper Lake
Colton-Pierrepont
Norwood-Norfolk
14-0       -        4-2
11-3       3       5-1
11-3       3       3-2
  7-7       7       1-5
  6-8       8       1-4
4-10     10       1-5
2-12     12       0-5
1-13     13       0-6
CENTRAL DIVISION           W-L    GB  Non-Lg
x-Ogdensburg
Canton
Massena
Salmon River
Malone
St. Lawrence Central
Gouverneur
Potsdam
13-1       -        3-2
12-2       1       3-3
10-4       3       2-4
  7-7       6       4-2
  6-8       7       2-3
  5-9       8       6-0
3-11     10       3-2
0-14     13       0-6
WEST DIVISION                 W-L    GB  Non-Lg
y-Edwards-Knox
y-Heuvelton
Harrisville
Lisbon
Hermon-DeKalb
Hammond
Clifton-Fine
10-2       -        3-2
10-2       -        4-4
  9-3       1       5-3
  7-5       3       4-4
  3-9       7       4-2
  3-9       7       5-3
0-12     10       1-3
 

Games of Week 11: February 6-11, 2017

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2017

Non League
Northern Adirondack 80, Brushton-Moira 59

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2017

East Division
St. Regis Falls 69, Norwood-Norfolk 36
Brushton-Moira 58, Colton-Pierrepont 28
Central Division
Malone 71, Potsdam 48
Salmon River 61, Gouverneur 41
Non League

Chateaugay 68, Beekmantown 43
Ogdensburg 79, Harrisville 49
AuSable Valley at Malone, postponed

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2017

East Division
Chateaugay 55, Norwood-Norfolk 35
Tupper Lake 53, Colton-Pierrepont 47 (OT)
Madrid-Waddington 56, Brushton-Moira 39
St. Regis Falls 60, Parishville-Hopkinton 28
Central Division
Ogdensburg 75, Canton 74
Gouverneur 73, St. Lawrence Central 65 (OT)
Massena 86, Potsdam 68
Salmon River 52, Malone 40
West Division
Edwards-Knox 74, Hammond 56
Lisbon 55 Hermon-DeKalb 42
Harrisville 83, Clifton-Fine 36

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2017

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 47, Norwood-Norfolk 42
Chateaugay 60, Madrid-Waddington 54
Parishville-Hopkinton 62, Tupper Lake 52
Central Division
Ogdensburg 75, Massena 61
Gouverneur 70, Potsdam 54
Canton 62, St. Lawrence Central 35
West Division
Hammond 64, Clifton-Fine 42
Heuvelton 49, Hermon-DeKalb 39
Lisbon 55, Harrisville 50

 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2017

Central Division
Massena 69, Canton 66

Massena fends off canton, dealing bears' first loss


Massena’s Alexander Rusaw (24) leaps between Canton defenders Brandon Lorrenc (33) and Declan Porter (3) to score off the inbound play to extend the lead to 10 points in the third quarter.  The Red Raiders held off a late scoring burst to hand Canton its first division loss 69-66.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Canton’s Declan Porter (3) breaks past Massena defenders Dante Viskovich (20) and Jacob Sheets (21) to score off the fadeaway jump shot to cut the Red Raiders' lead to just one possession near the end of the third quarter. Massena broke away from an 11-11, first-quarter finish, with a 24-7 run in the second period that generated a 14-point halftime lead. The run-and-gun Massena transition game, lead by senior Dante Viskovich who netted 16 points by the half, was also aided by a nine-point second quarter from Josh Sheets. Massena opened a 16-point, third-quarter lead, but then could not stop a fierce comeback by the Bears who flipped the scoreboard to a five-point lead late in the fourth quarter. The Raiders attack offset the run with a 12-2 burst. Canton sophomore Declan Porter buried a long-distance desperation three-pointer with four seconds remaining to draw the Bears within two points, 68-66. After a final Raider free-throw to make it 69-66, Porter launched a three-quarter-court Hail Mary as the clock expired, but the potential game-tying shot came up short. Porter splashed seven three-pointers and piled up a game-best 39 points to counter 32 points put down by Viskovich. Massena’s Alex Rusaw hit 11 points, all in the second half. The Bears got a strong performance from freshman guard Andy Downs who came alive for 17 of his 19 points in the second half.

dalton lifts Ogdensburg past canton in 75-74 win


Ogdensburg’s Connor Badlam (0) leaps over Canton defenders Brandon Lorrenc (33) and Andy Downs (20) to score off the fadeaway jumper to extend the Blue Devils lead to five points in the beginning of the third quarter. OFA's Joey Dalton scored the game-winning bucket with just 5.2 seconds remaining for a 75-74 Ogdensburg victory.  The eric win earned O.F.A. the regular-season Central Division crown. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Canton’s Louden Porter (12) rocks back and fires over Ogdensburg defenders Connor Badlam (0) and Hayden Ives (1) to score and tie the game at 28-28 in the second quarter. In the final 10 seconds, Declan Porter backed down a defender in the low post, then spun to drop in the go-ahead bucket 74-73.  With just 5.2 seconds remaining, Anthoni Pope eyed Joe Dalton on a backdoor cut and messaged a perfect pass for the catch-and-ally-oop finish that proved to be the game winner.  Badlam led the way in scoring for the Blue Devils downing 29 points, while Dalton added 22 and Cale Sargent chipped in 15. Louden Porter led the Golden Bears with 22 points, while Tom Bornick scored 19 and Declan Porter chipped in 11.

Chateaugay OUTLASTS M-W 60-54 TO CLINCH EAST TITLE


Madrid-Waddington's Jesse Lemere (3) climbs over a Chateaugay defender to score off a quick jump shot to cut the Bulldogs'' lead to just one point to begin the second quarter. Chateaugay held off the late comeback attempt from the Yellow Jackets in the closing minutes to capture the 60-54 victory and the East Division championship.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Chateauguay's Chandler LaPlante (2) leaps over Madrid-Waddington defenders Jake Robinson (5) and Austin Delosh (30) to score the pocket three-pointer lifting the Bulldogs to a seven-point lead in the second quarter.  Chateaugay's Josh McDonald netted a game-best 18 points, while Chandler LaPlante dished in 16 points and Josh Secore added 15.  For Madrid-Waddington, Lamere tossed in 17 points, while Bradyen Bush scored 13, Brennan Harmer added 12 and Jake Robinson pitched in 10 points.

 

Games of Week 10: January 29-February 4, 2017

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2017

Non League
St. Lawrence Central 63, Parishville-Hopkinton 44
Heuvelton 60, Carthage 57

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2017

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 46, Colton-Pierrepont 34
Madrid-Waddington 60, St. Regis Falls 40

Tupper Lake 42, Norwood-Norfolk 20
Central Division
Salmon River 43, St. Lawrence Central 42

Ogdensburg 60, Malone 51
Massena at Canton, ppd. to 2/6
West Division
Lisbon 64, Hammond 43
Harrisville 62, Heuvelton 59
Edwards-Knox 84, Clifton-Fine 60
Non League
Watertown 94, Potsdam 58

 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2017

Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 70, Colton-Pierrepont 34

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2017

West Division
Hammond 104, Clifton-Fine 43

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2017

East Division
Chateaugay 66, Colton-Pierrepont 15
Madrid-Waddington 66, Tupper Lake 30
St. Regis Falls 69, Brushton-Moira 51
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 77, Potsdam 53
Massena 57, Malone 52
Canton 56, Salmon River 51
Ogdensburg 80, Gouverneur 51
West Division
Edwards-Knox 55, Lisbon 39
Harrisville 52, Hermon-DeKalb 37
Heuvelton 72, Hammond 37

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 2017

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 57, Norwood-Norfolk 40
Central Division
Massena 74, St. Lawrence Central 55
Non League
Lowville 89, Clifton-Fine 40

canton holds off salmon river for 56-51 victory


Canton forward Cody Sipher (15) wraps his way around Salmon River defender Kurt Leroux (32) to create an attempt at the basket to close out the third quarter.  The Golden Bears pulled ahead of the Shamrocks by 13 points early in the fourth quarter.  Canton held off a late comeback to capture the 56-51 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Salmon River’s Ben Kelly (21) breaks past Canton defender Tommy Bortnick (11) to score and cut  the Golden Bears' lead to just six points midway through the fourth quarter.  The Bears opened up a 50-37 lead in the fourth quarter, then had to fend off a furious Shamrock rally in the closing four minutes. While his brother Louder remained sidelined with injury, Declan Porter’s 25-point effort helped stave off the late Salmon River comeback, while Bortnick dropped in 10 points for the Bears. Salmon River was led by Myles Jacobs’ 16 points, with Kelly adding 12 points.

Harrisville PULLS AWAY FROM H-d DEMONS IN 52-37 WIN


Hermon-DeKalb's Patrick Tehonica (12) charges past Harrisville's Trenton Sullivan (14) for the basket.  Sullivan netted 20 points to lead the Pirates to a 52-37 West Division win.  (Jim Gearsbeck)  Game Gallery

Harrisville attacker Ryan Weaver (4) attempts to rush past Hermon-DeKalb's Dawson Kerr (5).  Weaver contributed 12 points for Harrisville. Ryan Morrill led Hermon-DeKalb with 13 points in the West Division encounter.

TUPPER LAKE PULLS AWAY FROM FLYERS FOR 42-20 WIN


Tupper Lake’s Kiley Stradley (23) leaps over two Norwood-Norfolk defenders to just keep the ball inbounds and maintain possession for the Lumberjacks early in the first quarter. Tupper Lake pulled away from Norwood-Norfolk in the second half of the game to capture the 42-20 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Luke Allen (22) bursts past a Tupper Lake defender to make the layup and cut into the Lumberjacks lead midway through the first quarter. While the game stayed close early, Tupper Lake pulled away in the second half for the win.(Details of the scoring were not immediately available.)

QUICK START FOR H-D DEMONS SINKS DEPLETED COLTS 70-34


Colton-Pierrepont's Aidun Wright (32) drains a three-pointer over Hermon-DeKalb defender Tanner Hale (21), after the Colts' defender swiped the ball moments before (below).  Wright, a JV call-up for the depleted Colts, netted 10 points, including eight in the second half, while Ben McKinley also posted 10 points for the Colts.  However, Hermon-DeKalb used a 16-0 run to start the game to springboard a 70-34 win.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Hermon-DeKalb was led by Ryan Morrill with 14 points, while Zach and Alex Deneshia netted 12 points each.  Dawson Kerr and Maison Pankey delivered nine points each.

st. Lawrence takes down Potsdam in 77-53 victory


Potsdam defender Garrett Mattimore (10) guards the basket against St. Lawrence Central's Matt Burg (10).  Burg splashed 25 poitns as the  Larries defeated Potsdam 77-53.   (Jim Gearsbeck photo)   Game Gallery

Potsdam's Nic Gregg (22) charges past the Larries' Napadol Satthathip (1) for the basket.  Jared Young and Kolby Perkins each knocked down 15 points in the win. Garrett Mattimore paced Potsdam with 12 points.

 

Games of Week 8-9: January 16-28, 2017

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 2017

Non League
Harrisville 59, Gouverneur 35

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2017

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 59, Parishville-Hopkinton 35
Chateaugay 57, St. Regis Falls 46
Brushton-Moira 76, Tupper Lake 46
Norwood-Norfolk at Colton-Pierrepont, postponed
Central Division
Massena 70, Gouverneur 56
Salmon River 72, Potsdam 45
Canton 75, Malone 49
Ogdensburg 91, St. Lawrence Central 30
West Division
Lisbon 99, Clifton-Fine 37
Edwards-Knox 67, Heuvelton 63
Hammond 59, Hermon-DeKalb 44

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2017

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 56, Norwood-Norfolk 16

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2017

James Darcy Tournament at Lisbon
Hammond 53, Norwood-Norfolk 31 (consolation)
Salmon River 63, Lisbon 42 (championship)
Non League
St. Regis Falls 58, Potsdam 26
Heuvelton 59, Immaculate Heart 52
Watertown 75, Canton 67
Indian River 75, Massena 55
LaFargeville 53, Hermon-DeKalb 51
Thousand Islands 64, Gouverneur 63

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2017

James Darcy Tournament at Lisbon
Salmon River 67, Norwood-Norfolk 30 (semifinal)
Lisbon 54, Hammond 43 (semifinal)
Non League
Carthage 59, Massena 40

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 2017

East Division
St. Regis Falls 51, Parishville-Hopkinton 39
Non League
Watertown 64, Massena 62
Alexandria Bay 58, Norwood-Norfolk 26
Sackets Harbor 44, Lisbon 31
Canton 72, Northern Adirondack 61
St. Lawrence Central 63, Brushton-Moira 38
Madrid-Waddington 49, Edwards-Knox 46

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2017

East Division
Chateaugay 67, Tupper Lake 51
Central Division
Ogdensburg 74, Salmon River 26
Canton 74, Potsdam 58
Malone 61, Gouverneur 37
West Division
Edwards-Knox 62, Hermon-DeKalb 38
Harrisville 72, Hammond 63

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2017

East Division
Brushton-Moira 66, Parishville-Hopkinton 52
West Division
Heuvelton 97, Clifton-Fine 38
Non League
Alexandria Bay 65, Lisbon 63
General Brown 53, Gouverneur 40

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2017

Non League
Hammond 57, Parishville-Hopkinton 39
St. Regis Falls 59, Heuvelton 53

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 2017

Non League
Hammond 61, Colton-Pierrepont 34
Tupper Lake 54, Lake Placid 50

St. regis FALLS' QUICK START HOLDS OFF heuvelton 59-53


St. Regis Falls’ Connor LaBar (21) breaks from two Heuvelton defenders and spots up to score a corner three-pointer to extend on the Saints lead midway through the second quarter. At the half, St. Regis Falls carried a 31-20 lead, then held off Heuvelton to pick up the 59-53 non-league victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Joshua Cote (1) leaps over St. Regis Falls' defender Connor LaBar (21) to drain the jump shot and chip into the Saints' lead late in the first quarter.  The Saints' Tristin Hartson had a big night with 19 points, while Chris Goodnow netted 11 and Sage Allen posted 10.  Cole Piercey led the Bulldogs with 14 points, while Cote and Andrew Woodward knocked down nine points apiece.

Purple Ghosts "haunt" Lisbon in 65-63 thriller


Lisbon’s Kane Jordan (25) gets his shot swatted away by Alex Bay’s (50) in the first half of play on Thursday night. The Purple Ghosts were led by Tyler Ayen (5) with 35 points, as they edged the Knights 65-63 in Non-League play. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

Senior Hunter Gray (10) drives through defenders at midcourt during non-league action at Lisbon. The Knights battled back and forth while facing a strong Alex Bay full-court press, but came up just short falling 65-63 to the Purple Ghosts.  Jordan scored 20 points, while Hunter Forsythe led the way with 28 points for the Golden Knights.

feelEy,bUrg score big in larries victory over b-m


St. Lawrence Central’s Matthew Burg (15) leaps between Brushton-Moira defenders Logan Mitchell (11) and Jacob Brown (25) to score and extend the Larries' lead to 12 points midway through the third period.  The Larries broke away on a 16-4 run in the second quarter, leading to a 63-38 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Brushton-Moira’s Joshua Langdon (13) sinks a fall-away jumper over St. Lawrence Central defenders Cash Feeley (00) and Kolby Perkins (32). 

madrid-waddington beats parishville-hopkinton 59-35


Madrid-Waddington’s Brennan Harmer (23) burst past Parishville-Hopkinton defender Kenny Parker to score off the breakaway extending the Yellow Jackets' lead over the Panthers 23-6 to end the first quarter. Madrid-Waddington’s quick jump led them to the 59-35 East Division victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Garrett Hayes (11) fires a shot from the corner to sink the three pointer chipping into the Madrid-Waddington lead in the first quarter.  Harmer netted 8 points, while Jesse Lamere chipped in 15 points for the winners.  Hayes posted 18 points, while Lucas Snell added 12 for Parishville-Hopkinton. 

canton downs MALONE 75-49 FOR central DIVISION WIN


Canton’s Chasse Writesel (33) flies over Malone’s Hunter Ansari (30) to give the Golden Bears their first points of the game in the first quarter.  The Bears' quick start generated a 75-49 Central Division victory over Malone. (Cody Hartle photo) Game Gallery

Malone’s Brett Griffin (3) shoots over a Canton defender to cut the Golden Bears’ lead to six pints in the first quarter.  Canton's Declan Porter led the way with 17 points, as the Bears held past to first place in the Central Division at 10-0.

Lisbon pulls away from hammond for 54-43 victory


Hammond’s Thomas Galloway (25) lays up a ball past Lisbon defender Braiden Martin (00) to score and cut the Golden Knights' to just two points lead midway through the first quarter. The Knights pulled away from the Red Devils late in the game to capture the 54-43 victory in the semifinals of the James Darcy Tournament. (Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Kane Jordan (25) leaps over Hammond defender Jacob Walsh (12) to score the three-pointer to extend on their lead late in the first quarter.  Lisbon pulled away from a 10-10 tie with eight straight points to close the first quarter, extended the lead to 28-20 at the half, then closed out the 54-43 win. Jordan led the Knights with a game-leading 20 points, while Hunter Gray tossed in 14 points. Hammond was led by Jacob Walsh with 19 points and Sean Walsh with 14.

Salmon River captures 67-30 win over norwood-norfolk


Salmon River’s Hunter Ghostlaw (5) breaks past Norwood-Norfolk defender Luke Allen (22) to net the layup to begin the fourth quarter.  After carrying just a 4-0 lead in the first several minutes, Salmon River exploded for 22 straight points, then coasted to a 67-30 victory over Norwood-Norfolk in the semifinals of the James Darcy Tournament in Lisbon. The depleted Flyers found the range for 14 of the next 23 points to trim the margin.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Sidney Belmore (13) fires a shot past Salmon River defender Kurt Leroux (32) to score a distance three-pointer.   Devin Snyder led the Shamrocks with a game-best 16 points. Christian McSurdy led Norwood-Norfolk with nine points.

Watertown tops massena 64-62 in close THRILLER

Massena’s James Donnelly (31) leaps over multiple Watertown defenders and score to cut the Cyclone lead to three points in the third quarter. After a tied game at the half, Watertown gained an early lead in the third quarter and kept the momentum, beating Massena 64-62, despite a Raider comeback.  (Cody Hartle photo)  Game GalleryWatertown attacker Terrence Lemon (31) skies and makes the basket to give Watertown back the lead in the third quarter. Massena's Dante Viskovich led all scorers with 38 points, including 24 after halftime.  Donnelly added 10.  For Watertown, Rashawn Hunter splashed 23 points, while Mireal Teamer tallied 15 points to lead the Cyclones.

 

Games of Week 6-7: January 1-14, 2017

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2017

Section VII/X Challenge at Beekmantown Central
AuSable Valley 74, Salmon River 39
Malone 59, Peru 55 (OT)
Saranac Lake 69, Potsdam 65
Beekmantown 66, Tupper Lake 36
Non League
Lisbon 63, Belleville-Henderson 28
Ogdensburg 50, Broadalbin-Perth 49
Chateaugay 67, Heuvelton 61

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2017

East Division
St. Lawrence Central 52, Malone 50

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2017

East Division
St. Regis Falls 75, Tupper Lake 33
Brushton-Moira 66, Norwood-Norfolk 22
Chateaugay 57, Parishville-Hopkinton 23
Madrid-Waddington 62, Colton-Pierrepont 27
Central Division
Ogdensburg 87, Potsdam 55
Canton 78, Gouverneur 47
Salmon River 47, Massena 40
West Division
Heuvelton 56, Lisbon 40
Hermon-DeKalb 62, Clifton-Fine 23
Edwards-Knox 70, Harrisville 59

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2017

East Division
Tupper Lake 50, Colton-Pierrepont 28
Non League
Copenhagen 89, Clifton-Fine 49

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 2017

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 66, Brushton-Moira 49
Chateaugay 61, Norwood-Norfolk 23
Central Division
Malone 47, Salmon River 43
St. Lawrence Central 66, Gouverneur 46
Massena 87, Potsdam 70
Canton 60, Ogdensburg 59
West Division
Edwards-Knox 72, Hammond 50
Lisbon 51, Hermon-DeKalb 38
Harrisville 83, Clifton-Fine 47

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 2017

Section VII/X Challenge at Beekmantown HS
Moriah 75, Malone 60
Salmon River vs. AuSable Valley ppd.
Tupper Lake at Beekmantown, postponed
Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 75, Sandy Creek 47
Heuvelton 65, Sackets Harbor 64 (OT)

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2017

Central Division
Salmon River 51, Gouverneur 46
West Division
Harrisville 66, Lisbon 41

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2017

East Division
St. Regis Falls 66, Norwood-Norfolk 26
Chateaugay 52, Madrid-Waddington 40
Brushton-Moira 72, Colton-Pierrepont 39
Parishville-Hopkinton 64, Tupper Lake 49
Central Division
Malone 99, Potsdam 42
Ogdensburg 66, Massena 63
Canton 64, St. Lawrence Central 33
Salmon River at Gouverneur, postponed
West Division
Heuvelton 63, Hermon-DeKalb, postponed
Clifton-Fine at Hammond, postponed

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2017

Non League
Gouverneur at Thousand Islands, postponed

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2017

East Division
Chateaugay 68, Tupper Lake 34
West Division
Edwards-Knox 47, Lisbon 40
Non League
Indian River 46, Ogdensburg 43
Watertown at Potsdam, ppd.
Alexandria Bay at Norwood-Norfolk, ppd.
 

MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 2017

Non League
Northern Adirondack 59, Chateaugay 45

lisbon pulls away from hermon-dekalb for 51-38 win


Hermon-DeKalb’s Ryan Morrill (11) leaps around two Lisbon defenders to score off the jump shot and cut into the Golden Knights' lead midway through the first quarter. Lisbon held off a comeback attempt in the second half to pick up the 51-38 victory over the Green Demons in West Division action.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Hunter Gray (10) leaps over the Hermon-DeKalb defender to score off a breakaway to start the second quarter.  Gray and Kane Jordan scored 12 points each to lead Lisbon.  Alex Denesha scored a game-best 13, while Morrill chopped in eight points for the Green Demons.   

REUSS, ALLEN LEAD SCORERS AS SAINTS DOWN FLYERS 66-26


St. Regis Falls' forward Daymien Moore (1) pops a shot over Norwood-Norfolk defender Austin Ward (23) to drain the three-point shot to extend the Saints' lead. St. Regis Falls surged early in the game to open a 31-9 lead at the half and went on to defeat the Flyers 66-26. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk's Michael LaShomb (45) skies up over three St. Regis Falls' defenders to score to begin the third quarter. Spencer Reuss and Sage Allen led the way for the Saints each draining 18 points.  Luke Allen paced Norwood-Norfolk with seven points.

Heuvelton shoots PAST from hermon-Dekalb 63-31


Hermon-DeKalb’s Zachary Dawson (3) swoops by Heuvelton's Joshua Cote (1) to take his shot.  Heuvelton pulled away in the second half to gain full control and post a 63-31 victory over the Green Demons.  (Jim Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Heuvelton's Brayden Cougler (44) taps the ball in the tipoff. well above Hermon-DeKalb's Dawson Kerr.  Cole Piercey topped all scorers with 17 points for the Bulldogs, while Zach Denesha led the Demons with 11 points.

CHATEAUGAY IS "TOP DOG" IN 67-61 WIN OVER HEUVELTON


Chateaugay’s Jamie Rabideau (22) stretches the ball just over the fingertips of Heuvelton defender Andrew Woodward (4) to extend the lead to six points over Heuvelton in the first quarter. Heuvelton battled back for a 21-20 lead. Chateaugay capitalized on a third-quarter surge to pull away from Heuvelton 67-61 in their annual Bulldogs vs. Bulldogs Coaches vs. Cancer game. (Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Josh Cote (1) slices around Chateaugay defenders Jamie Rabideau (22) and Joshua Secore (10) to score off the twisting scoop shot to give the West Bulldogs a one-point lead in the second quarter.  Chandler Laplant led Chateaugay with 17 points, while Jonah McDonald added 14.  For Heuvelton, Cote and Noah Steele netted nine each.

ogdensburg tops potsdam 87-55 in central division


Potsdam defender Garrett Mattimore (10) closely guards an Ogdensburg forward who battles his way past at midcourt and attacks the Sandstoners' basket.  The Blue Devils pulled away from the Sandstoners early to capture the 87-55 victory to improve to 7-1 in the Central Division, a game off the pace.  (Bob LaRue photo) 

Mattimore looks for an open man as he crosses the midcourt line, past an Ogdensburg defender in the closing stages of the game.  Cale Sargent registered 18 points, while Connor Badlam added 16 for the Blue Devils.  Mattimore led all scorers with 26 points for Potsdam, while and Nic Gregg downed 16.

LARRIES HANG ON TO EDGE MALONE IN RESUMED GAME


St. Lawrence Central’s Tyler Pryce (22) battles his way past Malone defender Hunter Ansarni (20) to score in the middle of the second quarter. The game was suspended early in the fourth quarter with the Huskies just gaining the lead 41-39.  Upon resumption Friday, the Larries scored the first five points, en route to a 52-50 win. (LaRue photo) Game Gallery 

Malone’s Hunter Ansarni (20) leaps over three St. Lawrence Central defenders to score and chip away at the Larries' double-digit lead in the second quarter.  The game was suspended after one of the officials became ill and was unable to continue.  Cash Feeley finished with 19 points, while Matt Burg dumped in 12 points for the Larries.  The Huskies were led by Izik Poirier with 12 points as well.

canton upends ogdensburg to capture 60-59 victory


Canton’s Louden Porter (12) bursts past Ogdensburg defenders Cale Sargent (32) and Joe Dalton (15) to score on the layup and extend the Golden Bears' lead to nine points midway through the third quarter. Canton fended off a strong O.F.A. comeback attempt capture a 60-59 victory and sole possession of first place in the Central Division at the halfway point of the regular season. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Joe Dalton (15) leaps past Canton defenders Louden Porter (12) and Quentin Haenel (2) to score the layup and cut the Bears' lead to just three points late in the third quarter. Porter led the way for Canton with 29 points, including hitting for all 16 free-throw attempts, while Declan Porter added 11.  Cale Sargent lead the Blue Devils in scoring by draining 20 points, including 10 points in the final frame.  Dalton scored 16.

Ogdensburg fends off massena in 66-63 victory


Ogdensburg's Cale Sargent (32) fires the shot over Massena defender Joshua Sheets (10) to down a three-pointer in the second quarter to extend the Blue Devils lead to nine points.  Sargent downed seven three-pointers in the game to lift Ogdensburg to a narrow 66-63 victory over the Red Raiders.  (Cody Hartle photo)  Game Gallery

Sargent and Connor Badlam (0) battles past Massena defender Dante Viskovich (20) on a play toward the basket in the second quarter. Sargent led the wayfor the Blue Devils downing 34 points, while Connor Badlam followed him with 13 points. Viskovich led the way in scoring for the Red Raiders with 18 points in the game.

Canton takes a dominating victory over LARRIES 64-33


Canton's Louden Porter (12) storms past St. Lawrence Central’s Cash Feeley (00) to get the open shot.  Porter led all scorers with 17 points, while younger brother Declan pitched in 15 points.  Canton pulled away in the second half for a 64-33 win over the Larries.  (Jim Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central's Cole Meacham (5) rushes to change directions, after meeting a defender near midcourt.  Matt Burg led the Larries with 10 points, while Feely added eight.

 

Games of Weeks 4-5: December 19-31, 2016

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2016

Section VII/X Holiday Classic at Beekmantown HS
Salmon River vs. AuSable Valley, ppd. to 1/7/17
Malone vs. TBD, ppd. to 1/7/17
Potsdam vs. Saranac Central, ppd. to 1/7/17
Tupper Lake at Beekmantown, ppd. to 1/7/17
Non League
Hammond 49, Colton-Pierrepont 21
Harrisville 55, Thousand Islands 50

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2016

Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 42, Parishville-Hopkinton 39 (2OT)
St. Lawrence Central at Sandy Creek, postponed

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2016

Gouverneur Holiday Tournament
Edwards-Knox 58, Beaver River 24 (consolation)
Gouverneur 58, Alexandria Bay 52 (championship)
Al Gutterson Tournament at Heuvelton HS
Lisbon 60, Hammond 35 (consolation)
Heuvelton 60, St. Regis Falls 40 (championship)
Canton Holiday Tournament
Madrid-Waddington 66, Brushton-Moira 41 (consol.)
Canton 81, South Jefferson 68 (championship)
Sackets Harbor Tournament
Sackets Harbor 51, Harrisville 50 (consolation)
Immaculate Heart 52, Chateaugay 43 (champ.)
Section VII/X Holiday Classic at SUNY Potsdam
Peru 64, Potsdam 48
Plattsburgh 64, Malone 54
Salmon River 47, AuSable Valley 44
Saranac Central 74, Tupper Lake 44
Non League
Carthage 60, Massena 51

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2016

Gouverneur Holiday Tournament
Alexandria Bay 57, Edwards-Knox 46 (semifinal)
Gouverneur 80, Beaver River 76 (2OT/semifinal)

Al Gutterson Tournament at Heuvelton HS
St. Regis Falls 69, Hammond 37 (semifinal)
Heuvelton 58, Lisbon 32 (semifinal)
Canton Holiday Tournament
South Jefferson 71, Madrid-Waddington 63 (semifinal)
Canton 79, Brushton-Moira 48 (semifinal)

Sackets Harbor Tournament
Immaculate Heart 54, Harrisville 42 (semifinal)
Chateaugay 58, Sackets Harbor 50 (semifinal)

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 3016

Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 57, Salmon River 51
Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 42, Colton-Pierrepont 31
Harrisville 73, General Brown 65

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2016

Central Division
Canton 70, Potsdam 36

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2016

Central Division
Ogdensburg 86,Gouverneur 48
West Division
Harrisville 80, Hammond 70
Non League
St. Lawrence Central 78, Tupper Lake 12
Edwards-Knox 51, Norwood-Norfolk 22
Clifton-Fine at Hermon-DeKalb, postponed

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2016

East Division
St. Regis Falls 37, Madrid-Waddington 29
Tupper Lake 68, Norwood-Norfolk 39
Parishville-Hopkinton 49, Colton-Pierrepont 29
Chateaugay 45, Brushton-Moira 29
Central Division
Gouverneur 68, Potsdam 40
Ogdensburg 73, Malone 48
Canton 65, Massena 44
West Division
Edwards-Knox 61, Clifton-Fine 34
Heuvelton 60, Harrisville 40

salmon river squeezes past Ausable Valley 47-44


Salmon River’s Benjamin Kelly (21) battles his way past an AuSable Valley defender as he charges his way toward the basket in the second quarter. The Shamrocks fought their way to a narrow 47-44 win in the Section X-VII Challenge.  (Jim Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Salmon River’s Myles Jacobs (23) battles for possession of the ball with an AuSable Valley defender at midcourt.  Jacobs scored 10 points, with Ben Kelly leading the Shamrock scoring with 17 points.  AuSable was led by Kobe Parrow with 18 points and Joel Martineau with 17.

plattsburgh defeats malone 64-54 in "CHALLENGE"


Malone’s Brendan Raville (12) battles past a Plattsburgh defender to score on the layup and extend on the Huskies' lead over the Hornets in the third quarter,  However, Plattsburgh battled back to capture a 64-54 victory over Malone  in the Section X-VII Challenge. (Jim Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

A Plattsburgh forward battles his way past Malone defender Brett Griffin (3) for the inside basket.  Bailey Pombris netted a game-best 19 points to lead Plattsburgh.  Hunter Ansari delivered a team-best 15 points for the Huskies.

south jeff OUTLASTS m-w JACKETS AT END OF 71-63 win


Madrid-Waddington’s Jesse Lamere (3) battles his way around South Jefferson defender Gagan Samra (23) to score and draw the Bears even with the Spartans midway through the first half. In the hard-working, seesaw game, South Jeff pulled away in the final twog minutes to capture the 71-63 victory in the Berkman Classic semifinal. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

South Jefferson’s Bryce Berie (24) battles his way through three Madrid-Waddington defenders to score on the jumper and draw the foul in the second quarter.  Berie splashed four three-pointers in a 20-point performance to lead the Spartans.  Caleb Riordan added 15 points and Andew Estal knocked down 14.  Lamere led the Jackets with 18 points.

edwards-knox storms past norwood-norfolk 51-22


Edwards-Knox's Dawson Taylor (2) breaks past Norwood-Norfolk defender Luke Allen (22) to score late in the fourth quarter and extend on the Cougars' lead.  The Cougars pounced on the Flyers early in the contest, taking a commanding lead into the half en route to a 51-22 road victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Devan Marston (4) leaps over Edwards-Knox’s Jake Fenlong (10) to score off the jump shot and chip into the Cougars' lead in the fourth quarter.

BULLDOGs lead EAST AND WEST with key victories

CHATEAUGAY 45, BRUSHTON-NOIRA 29
ST. REGIS FALLS 37, MADRID-WADDINGTON 29

Chateaugay took over first place in the East Division, remaining unbeaten at 5-0, 6-0 overall, while beating Brushton-Moira 45-29.  Coupled with St. Regis Falls' 37-29 win over Madrid-Waddington, the Bulldogs were left as the last undefeated in the division.  Jonah McDonald and Chandler LaPlante each scored 13 points to lead the Dogs.  David Sychtysz led B-M with eight points.  For the Saints, Spencer Reuss, Sage Allen and Trystin Hartson all scored seven points.  Jesse Lamere led the Yellow Jackets with seven.

HEUVELTON 60, HARRISVILLE 40
Heuvelton halted Harrisville's unbeaten streak at four games with a 60-40 home win.  The win for the West Bulldogs opens a 1½-game lead in the division. Heuvelton's Brayden Cougler popped in 14 points, while Josh Cote and Andrew Woodard each tallied nine points.  Trent Sullivan scored 14 points, while Ryan Weaver added 12 for the Pirates.

Gouverneur wins tourney BEATING alexandria 58-52


Gouverneur’s Connor Fenlong (21) leaps past Alexandria Bay defender Jordan Felicia (31) to score off the jump shot to extend the Wildcat lead over the Purple Ghosts at the beginning of the third quarter. Fenlong, also named the Tournament MVP, led the game in scoring with 25 points in lifting Gouverneur to a 58-52 victory to capture the Gouverneur Holiday Tournament championship.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Gouverneur’s Andrew LaPlante (1) scores off the quick lay up on the breakaway to extend the Wildcat lead in the third quarter.  LaPlante was the spark with eight third-quarter points to lead the Gouverneur rally.  He scored 17 points overall, while Brock Miller added 11.  The Cats continued to build a 12-point lead in the fourth quarter to hold of Alexandria's final rally.  Tyler Ayen scored 23 points to lead the Bay.

CONSOLATION: edwards-knox downs beaver river 58-24


Edwards-Knox's Tyler Jandreu (4) battles his way past Beaver River’s Peyton Mattis (12) to score off the fade-away shot in the middle of the third quarter. Edwards-Knox pulled away from Beaver River 33-9 at the half, then coasted to a 58-24 victory in the consolation game of the Gouverneur Holiday Tournament. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Beaver River’s Alex Campeau (24) leaps over two Edwards-Knox defenders to score the three-point jump shot and to cut into the Edwards-Knox lead in the third quarter.  Jake Fenlong led Edwards-Knox with 18 points, while Justin Scott chipped in 16 points in the win.

heuvelton RUNS PAST lisbon in gutterson semifinal 58-32


Heuvelton’s Keegan Kelly (22) extends past Lisbon defender Hunter Gray (10) to score the layup and extend on the Bulldogs' lead midway through the first quarter.  The Bulldogs pulled away from the Golden Knights in the second half to capture a 58-32 victory in the semifinals of the Al Gutterson Tournament. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Kane Jordan (34) delivers = the fade away jump shot over Heuvelton defender Brayden Couglar (44) to chip into the Bulldogs' lead. Heuvelton’s Josh Cote and Cole Piercy led the scoring effort with 10 points each, while Lisbon’s Kane Jordan led all scoring with 16 points in the game.

St. regis falls downs hammond in semifinal 69-37


St. Regis Falls’ Spencer Reuss (33) takes the jump shot over Hammond defender Thomas Galloway (32) to extend on the Saints' lead in the second quarter.  Five straight three-pointers by the Saints opened a 21-3 lead early.  St. Regis Falls beat Hammond 69-37 to advance to the championship of the Al Gutterson tournament.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Hammond’s John Boland (1) cuts between St. Regis Falls defenders Chris Goodrow (3) and Zachary White (15) to score on the lay-in late in the first quarter.  Reuss and White netted 15 points each for the Saints.  Sage Allen downed 11 points while collecting 12 boards for the Saints.  Boland dropped in 11 points, while MacKenzie Toland scored eight points to lead the Hammond attack.

BURG SCORES 26 TO LEAD LARRIES PAST SALMON RIVER


St. Lawrence Central’s Shiloh Winters (23) breaks inside two Salmon River defenders to score the layup and push the Larries to a one-point lead over the Shamrocks to begin the fourth quarter. St. Lawrence Central pulled away in the closing minutes to capture a 57-51 victory. Matt Berg led the scoring for the Larries with 26 points, including 22 in the second half.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

Salmon River’s Devin Snyder (24) battle she way past St. Lawrence Central defenders Cole Meacham (5) and Napadol Satthathip (1) to score on the jump shot and pick up the foul, breaking a 40-40 tie in the the third quarter.  Salmon River led 20-19 at the half and pushed out to a 28-19 lead in the third period, before the Larries offense caught fire.  SLC's Cash Feeley netted 17 points, including 10 in the second half, while Winters scored seven and Kolby Perkins chipped in six.  For Salmon River, Montana Cook scored 18, Ben Kelly added 13 and Kyle Leroux knocked down 11.

canton pulls away from massena for 65-44 victory


Canton’s Tom Bortnick (11) leaps over two Massena defenders to dink s three-pointer to extend the Golden Bear's lead to six midway through the first quarter. Massena battled back to tie the game at 12-12 at the end of the first quarter.  However, Canton pulled away in the second half to capture a 65-44 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Massena’s Dante Viskovich (20) battles his way past Canton defender Andy Downs (20) to make the layup and trim the Bears' lead to three points late in the first quarter.  Declan Porter splashed 25 points, while brother Louden poured in 23 points, to guide the Bears to a 4-0 start in the Central Division (4-2 overall).  Viskovich knocked down 15 for Massena.

 

Games of Weeks 2-3: December 5-17, 2016

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2016

Non League
Immaculate Heart 63, Heuvelton 60
St. Lawrence Central 56, Saranac Lake 49
Hermon-DeKalb at Parishville-Hopkinton, ppd.

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 52, Colton-Pierrepont 23
Central Division
Massena 71, Malone 53

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2016

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 61, Tupper Lake 28
St. Regis Falls 61, Brushton-Moira 52
Norwood-Norfolk 42, Parishville-Hopkinton 33
Central Division
Canton 72, Salmon River 48
West Division
Heuvelton 58, Hammond 47
Harrisville 79, Hermon-DeKalb 45
Lisbon at Edwards-Knox, postponed

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2016

Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 70, Potsdam 37

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2016

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 60, Parishville-Hopkinton 36

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2016

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 41, Norwood-Norfolk 39
Chateaugay 62, St. Regis Falls 54
Brushton-Moira 70, Tupper Lake 50
Central Division
Massena 63, Gouverneur 43
Salmon River 75, Potsdam 32
Canton 70, Malone 50
Ogdensburg 66, St. Lawrence Central 38
West Division
Lisbon 78, Clifton-Fine 40
Hermon-DeKalb 52, Hammond 46

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2016

Non League
AuSable Valley 60, Madrid-Waddington 41
St. Regis Falls 70, Hammond 39
Lisbon 54, Lake Placid 53

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2016

West Division
Heuvelton 82, Clifton-Fine 21
Non League
Saranac Lake 48, Lisbon 38
Madrid-Waddington 43, Keene Valley 35

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2016

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 53, Brushton-Moira 47
St. Regis Falls 61, Colton-Pierrepont 21
Central Division
Massena 70, St. Lawrence Central 40
Ogdensburg 56, Salmon River 44
Malone 64, Gouverneur 60
West Division
Edwards-Knox 53, Hermon-DeKalb 36
Harrisville at Hammond, postponed till 12/21, snow
Clifton-Fine at Heuvelton, postponed to12/9, snow

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 57, Parishville-Hopkinton 31
Central Division
Malone 67, St. Lawrence Central 62 (OT)

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2016

East Division
St. Regis Falls 58, Tupper Lake 40
Brushton-Moira 62, Norwood-Norfolk 44
Madrid-Waddington 62, Colton-Pierrepont 24
Central Division
Ogdensburg 96, Potsdam 31
Massena 51, Salmon River 38
Canton 80, Gouverneur 50
West Division
Harrisville 57, Edwards-Knox 32
Hermon-DeKalb 79, Clifton-Fine 22

st. regis falls defeats hammond red devils 70-39


St. Regis Falls’ Conner LaBar (21) leaps over Hammond defender Hunter Parrow (12) for an open look at the basket and draining a three-pointer to extend the lead by 15 points over the Red Devils in the fourth quarter. The Saints captured the non-league victory, beating Hammond 70-39.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

MALONE SURVIVES ANOTHER NAIL-BITER AT GOUVERNEUR

MALONE 64, GOUVERNEUR 60
For the second game in a row, the Malone Huskies have had to fend off upstart teams who are determined to make a statement in the Central Division. At Gouverneur, the Wildcats posted a four-point lead at halftime and the teams were tied 60-60 in the final minute. However, the Huskies scored the final four points of the game and the defense held together, in posting another nail-biting 64-40 win. Cole Fountain led Malone with 12 points, while Jordan Boyea and Izik Poirier chipped in 11 points. Gouverneur’s Connor Fenlong led all scorers with 20 points, with Brock Miller adding 16 and Andrew LaPlant 13.

Madrid-Waddington downs colton-pierrepont 62-24


Madrid-Waddington’s Jesse Lamere (3) bursts past Colton-Pierrepont defender Sage Richards (22) to score the layup and extend the Yellow Jackets' lead in the first quarter. Madrid-Waddington continued on the attack to pick up a 62-24 victory over the Colts.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Eli Thomas (4) battles for possession of the ball with Madrid-Waddington defender Seth Gabri (0) at center court.  After struggling to a 17-11 halftime lead, Madrid-Waddington took control in the second halfn. Brennan Harmer produced 11 points to top the Yellow Jackets’ scoring.  Austin Delosh and Nikolas Miller chipped in eight points each. Hayden Besio led the Colts with seven points, while Jacob Thomas added six points.

parishville-hopkinton wins over brushton-moira 53-47


Parishville-Hopkinton’s Garrett Hayes (11) leaps over three Brushton-Moira defenders to create an open look at the basket, extending the P-H Panthers lead to three points late in the fourth quarter. Parishville-Hopkinton went on a 10-2 run in the closing two minutes  to earn a 53-47 victory over Brushton-Moira. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Brushton-Moira’s Jacob Brown (25) slips past Parishville-Hopkinton’s Garrett Hayes (11) to chip into the Parishville-Hopkinton lead midway in the third quarter.  Hayes poured in 20 points to lead all scorers, while Hunter Charleson added 11 and Lucas Snell dropped in 10 for P-H.  Logan Mitchell tallied 14 points to lead Brushton-Moira.

MALONE'S STUNNING RALLY ERASES 19, WINS IN OVERTIME

MALONE 67, ST. LAWRENCE 62 (OT)
The Malone Huskies erased a 19-point deficit to start the fourth quarter, outscoring St. Lawrence Central 24-5 in the final eight minutes to force overtime, then held off the upset-minded Larries 10-5 in the extra period to claim a stunning 67-62 comeback victory in their opening game of Central Division play in Malone. Coach Tim Lamay told us, “You couldn’t hear a thing in the gym” it was so loud, as the Huskies rocketed back in the final frame. Cole Fountain hit the game-tying three-pointer with just four seconds remaining to knot the game at 57-57. Tim Childs paced the Huskies with 16 points, while Fountain netted 13. Matthew Burg led the Larries with 15 points, while Shiloh Winters scored 12 and Cash Feeley netted 11.

canton bears pounce on salmon river for 72-48 win


Salmon River’s Jared Bigness (20) leaps over three Canton defenders to make the quick jump shot in an early seesaw battle with Canton in the first quarter. Canton pulled away from the Shamrocks to post a 42-33 victory in Central Division action.  (Cody Hartle Photo)  Game Gallery

Canton's Declan Porter skies for two of his game-best 22 points.  Louden Porter added 13 points, Andy Downs 11 and Tom Bortnick 10 points for the Bears.  Salmon River was led by Kurt Leroux with 14 points and Ben Kelly with 13.

Canton’s Louden Porter (12) stands with Golden Bears' head coach Troy Lassial, after receiving the game ball to celebrate hitting his 1,000th point vs. Malone earlier in the week. 

st. Lawrence GAINS FIRST DIVISION WIN VS. potsdam


St. Lawrence Central's Jewell Walkins (12) makes the layup around Potsdam's Donald Johnson (24) to extend the Larries' lead in the fourth quarter. Matt Burg lead St. Lawrence Central in scoring with18 points, followed by teammate Cash Feeley who downed 15 points in lifting the Larries to a 70-37 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam's Lucas Bird (1) takes the open three-point shot over St. Lawrence Central defender Tyler Pryce (22) late in the fourth quarter. Garrett Mattimore led the Sandstoners in scoring draining 12 points.  St. Lawrence Central built a 20-point halftime, then cruised to the home victory . The win marked the first in the Central Division for the Larries this season who are 3-3 overall.

VISKOVICH PASSES 1,000-PT. MARK IN WIN VS. GOUVERNEUR


Massena Coach Tim Currier with the newest member of the Red Raiders' 1,000 point club, Dante Viskovich.  At 6:14 of the fourth quarte,r Dante converted an offensive rebound to reach the plateau.He joins Bob Deruchia, Steve Rombough, Matt Montross, Justin Shope and Brett Huntley at the 1,000-point plateau.  (Photo provided)

CHATEAUGAY SURGES BACK TO BEAT ST. REGIS FALLS 62-54


St. Regis Falls’ Chris Goodrow (3) takes a shot while falling against Chateaugay defender Josh Secore (10) to score on the fadeaway on the conventional three-point play.  The Bulldogs went on a 10-2 run near the end of the fourth quarter to capture the 62-54 victory over St. Regis Falls.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Chateaugay’s Chandler LaPlante (2) wraps around St. Regis Falls defender Trysten Hartson (24) to earn the layup and tie the game at 43-43 late in the fourth quarter. St. Regis Falls' Spencer Ruess led the way in scoring, racking up 27 points, while  Chandler LaPlante led Chateaugay with 18 points.

Brushton-MoirA TURNS BACK norwood-norfolk 62-44


Brushton-Moira’s Colby McCarthy (23) battles his way past Norwood-Norfolk defender Michael LaShomb (45) to cut the Flyers' lead to one point early in the second quarter. The Panthers went on a 10-0 run to end the second quarter and held off the Flyers to capture the 62-44 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Devan Marston (8) leaps past two Brushton-Moira defenders to score and extend the Flyers' lead to three points midway through the second quarter.  Marston fired off a career-best 26 points for the Flyers. Brushton-Moira set the pace with a 20-7 first-quarter lead. Fifteen points from Colby McCarthy and 14 from Jacob Brown led the Panthers’ scoring. Conner Bellows also tossed in nine points for Brushton-Moira.

 

Games of Week 1: November 25-December 3, 2016

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 3016

Brushton-Moira Tournament
Saranac Lake 61, Brushton-Moira 30 (consolation)
Chateaugay 65, Malone 53 (championship)
Harrisville Tournament

Harrisville 64, Lowville 42 (championship)
Non League
Glens Falls 64, Canton 54
Voorheesville 61, Ogdensburg 51
Granville 75, Tupper Lake 16

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2016

Brushton-Moira Tournament
Malone 64, Saranac Lake 44 (semifinal)
Chateaugay 69, Brushton-Moira 51 (semifinal)
John Dineen Tournament at Madrid-Waddington
Edwards-Knox 46, Norwood-Norfolk 26 (consolation)
Madrid-Waddington 44, Heuvelton 34 (championship)
Harrisville Tournament
Harrisville 61, Lyme 47 (semifinal)
Non League
Lisbon 56, Potsdam 37
Northern Adirondack 68, Salmon River 46
Ogdensburg 70, Scotia-Glenville 60
Crown Point 50, Tupper Lake 41

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 3016

John Dineen Tournament at Madrid-Waddington
Madrid-Waddington 69, Norwood-Norfolk 15 (semi)
Heuvelton 64, Edwards-Knox 44 (semifinal)
Non League
Salmon River 58, Saranac Central 40
Gouverneur 68, Hermon-DeKalb 61 (OT)

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2016

Non League
Brushton-Moira 65, Potsdam 57
Syracuse Academy of Science 79, Canton 70

 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2016

Non League
St. Lawrence Central 61, Norwood-Norfolk 15

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2016

Brady Frazier Tournament
Clifton-Fine 54, Colton-Pierrepont 46 (consolation)
St. Regis 62, Parishville-Hopkinton 29 (championship)
Saranac Central Tournament
Massena 77, Northeastern Clinton 55 (championship)
Non League
Hammond 50, Thousand Islands 43 (OT)

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2016

Brady Frazier Tournament at St. Regis Falls
Parishville-Hopkinton 66, Clifton-Fine 35 (semifinal)
St. Regis Falls 65, Colton-Pierrepont 10 (semifinal)
Saranac Central Tournament
Massena 74, Saranac Central 41 (semifinal)
Non League
St. Lawrence Central 39, Keene 33

LISBON USES STRONG 2ND QTR. TO PULL AWAY FROM POTSDAM


Potsdam's Garrett Mattimore (10) springs up over Lisbon's Koby Jordan for a two-pointer from the edge of the lane.  After a 10-10 first quarter, the Golden Knights ran out to a 26-14 advantage and 32-19 at the half.  Lisbon went on to beat the Sandstoners 56-37 in non-league action.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Lisbon's Braiden Martin (00) prevents Potsdam's John Ashlaw (20) from scoring an easy bucket off a steal and breakaway.  Martin contributed 12 points, while Knights' mate Hunter Gray led all scorers with 16 points in the Lisbon win.  Mattimore and Zahir Purvis led Potsdam with 11 points each.

st. regis falls downs p-h panthers for 62-29 victory


St. Regis Falls Sage Allen (35) takes the close range shot under the basket but has his attempt blocked by Parishville-Hopkinton defender Garrett Hayes (25) holding the Saints lead to fifteen midway through the second quarter. Spencer Reuss lead the Saints in scoring with 17 points lifting the St. Regis Falls to a 62-29 victory (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

A Parishville-Hopkinton player slips past St. Regis Falls' defender Sage Allen (35) to score and chip away at the Saints lead in the second quarter. Conner LaBar put up 14 points in the game while Parishville-Hopkinton's Hunter Charleson lead the Panthers with 12 points. Lucas Snell also scored 11 points.

clifton-fine wins over colton-pierrepont 54-46


Clifton-Fine’s William Sealander (30) leaps over teammates and Colton-Pierrepont defenders to earn the basket midway through the fourth quarter extending on their lead. The Eagles picked up their first win of the season in the consolation game of the Brady Frazier tournament over the Colts 54-46. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Jacob Thomas (20) slips under Clifton-Fine defender Joseph Peabody (2) to create an open look at the basket cutting into the Eagles' lead in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter.

Chateaugay JUMPS ON B-M PANTHERS EARLY IN 69-51 WIN

Chateaugay's Cullen Jones (15) shoots the ball over Brushton-Moira’s Kaleb Parker (30) midway through the second quarter. The Bulldogs racked up a big first-quarter lead 21-5, pulling away to beat the host Panthers 69-51 in the semifinals of the Brushton-Moira Tournament. (Cody Hartle photo)  Game Gallery Brushton-Moira’s Colby McCarthy (23) shoots over Chateaugay defense to knock down two points.  McCarthy scored nine points, while Josh Langdon added eight points to lead the Panthers.  Chateaugay's Chandler LaPlante led all scorers with 17 points, while Jonah McDonald tallied 12.

Malone Surges to gain win over saranac lake 64-44

Malone’s Cole Fountain leaps over a Saranac Lake defender for the quick lay-in.  The Huskies pulled away just before halftime to lead the Red Storm 32-16.  Saranac Lake tried to chip away h the second half, but the Huskies always had an answer, eventually winning 64-44 in the semifinals of the Brushton-Moira Tournament.  (Cody Hartle photo)  Game GallerySaranac Lake's Joe Viscardo (25) outran Malone defenders to for open layup in the third quarter.  Malone's Cole Fountain led all scorers with 18 points, while Izik Poirier netted 11.

gouverneur RALLIES BIG to BEAT H-D DEMONS in O.T. 68-61


Gouverneur's Andrew LaPlante (1) leaps over four Hermon-DeKalb defenders to score the open layup to chip into the Green Demons' lead in the second quarter. H-D built a 31-14 lead at halftime.  However the Wildcats rallied big in the second half to force overtime, then capture a 68-61 victory. Connor Fenlong led the way for the Wildcats with 27 points, while LaPlante followed with 20 points.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Hermon-DeKalb's Ryan Morrill (1) rises avove Gouverneur defender Josh Barry (13) to sink a three-pointer and extend the lead.  Alex Denesha led the Green Demon attack with 18 points, followed closely Zach Denesha with 15 points.

Brushton-Moira RALLIES TO BEAT sandstoners 65-57


Potsdam’s Garrett Mattimore (10) wraps around Brushton-Moira defender Colby McCarthy (23) to his score first points of the game giving Potsdam a 5-1 lead midway through the first quarter. John Ashlaw lead the Sandstoners in scoring downing 16 points, while teammate Mattimore followed closely with 14 points. The Sandstoners led 15-7 in the second quarter, but B-M clawed back for the 65-57 non-league victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Brushton-Moira’s Colby McCarthy (23) splits two Potsdam defenders to earn the quick basket cutting into the Sandstoners' lead in the first quarter. McCarthy and teammate Logan Mitchell lead the Panthers each scoring 12 points.

st. lawrence LARRIES SPOIL N-N FLYERS' RETURN TO COURT


St. Lawrence Central’s Riley O’Neil (4) leaps over two Norwood-Norfolk defenders to score the basket and extend the Larries' lead midway through the fourth quarter. Kolby Perkins netted 13 points and Carter Bordelau downed eight points lifting St. Lawrence to a 61-15 victory, as the Flyers returned from a year off. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

A Norwood-Norfolk forward drains the two-pointer, leaping over two St. Lawrence Central defenders to cut into the Larries lead in the third quarter.   Norwood-Norfolk was led by Devan Marston who scored eight points.