Madrid-Waddington, Malone, Edwards-Knox Win Division Titles

Final Standings & Non League Records

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

Heuvelton's Madison McCormick (24) takes the layup on a fast break for two points during the first half of Thursday's home contest.  McCormick racked up a game-best 32 points, including 25 by the third quarter to surpass the 1,000-point varsity plateau as the Bulldogs beat the Harrisville Pirates 69-41.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery


Games of Week 11: February 5-12, 2018

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


Non League
Malone 61, AuSable Valley 55



Non League
South Jefferson 68, Canton 28



Non League
Heuvelton 54, Ogdensburg 47



East Division
Chateaugay 53, St. Regis Falls 19
Non League
Alexandria 42, Morristown 34
Colton-Pierrepont 39, Salmon River 23
Malone 46, Hammond 44



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 52, St. Regis Falls 26
Chateaugay 50, Tupper Lake 26
Madrid-Waddington 53, Parishville-Hopkinton 34
Norwood-Norfolk 40, Brushton-Moira 37
Central Division
Gouverneur 53, Salmon River 18
Malone 47, Potsdam 33
Canton 68, Massena 54
West Division
Edwards-Knox 46, Lisbon 24
Heuvelton 69, Harrisville 41
Non League
Morristown at Alexandria, postponed



West Division
Hammond 71, Morristown 33
(Other games postponed)



Central Division
Massena 64, St. Lawrence Central 44
Gouverneur 50, Potsdam 30
West Division
Hammond 54, Edwards-Knox 50
Non League
Lake Placid 50, Tupper Lake 35



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 55, Tupper Lake 25
Madrid-Waddington 81, St. Regis Falls 31
Chateaugay 56, Brushton-Moira 29
Norwood-Norfolk 40, Parishville-Hopkinton 32
Central Division
Gouverneur 57, Canton 51
Malone 40, Salmon River 21
Potsdam 52, St. Lawrence Central 50
Massena 59, Ogdensburg 34
West Division
Harrisville 53, Lisbon 26
Heuvelton 72, Hermon-DeKalb 37
Edwards-Knox 70, Morristown 31

steele scores 1,000th point; heuvelton wins over h-d

Heuvelton’s Alex Steele celebrates with Heuvelton Head Coach Rob Powers and her family, after scoring her 1,000th career point late in the first quarter against Hermon-DeKalb. Steele racked up 22 total points leading the Bulldogs to a 72-37 victory over the Demons. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Madison McCormick (24) extends past Hermon-DeKalb’s Cassidy Simmons (00) to score the layup and extend the lead to 12 points over the Green Demons late in the first quarter. McCormick scored 19 points in the game.  For Hermon-DeKalb, Brooke Reed scored 12 points, while Miranda chipped in 11 points.

mccormick hits 1,000 points,
bulldogs win over pirates

Heuvelton's Madison McCormick (24) takes the layup on a fast break for two points during the first half of Thursday's home contest.  McCormick racked up a game-best 32 points, including 25 by the third quarter to surpass the 1,000-point varsity plateau as the Bulldogs beat the Harrisville Pirates 69-41.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  

During game stoppage at the 1,000-point mark, McCormick was presented with an honorary ball to mark the milestone.  McCormick is the second Heuvelton girls player this week to reach the mark.  Alex Steele hit 1,000 as well.  Madison's older sister Paige is the only other Heuvelton girls player to also reach the 1,000 point total.  Photo courtesy Renee Palmer)

Harrisville’s Alyssa Tuttle hits the jumper for two points to cut into the Heuvelton lead.  Harrisville lead very early in the game and maintained a close presence until the Bulldogs pulled away in the second half.


Hammond’s Kylie Vaughan (21) elevates for the shot over Edwards-Knox’s Riannon Holly (32) during the second quarter of action.  In a game between the two top teams in the West, Hammond opened a 11-point second half lead, only to have E-K rally to take a one-point lead.  However, the Red Devils bounced back in the final minute to post a 54-50 victory and hand the Cougars their first loss of the season.  Hammond was led by Kelsey Bennett with 21 points. Other key contributors included Breanna Harrington with 13 and Alyson Crosby with 10n. Edwards-Knox’s leading scorers were Abigail Hart and Koryn Rowe, each with 13. During the game, E-K erased an eleven point deficit, coming back to tie the game with just fifty seconds remaining. A key free-throw by Vaughan and offensive rebound by Harrington led the Red Devils to the victory. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Leading scorer for the Hammond Red Devils, Kelsey Bennett (13) knocks down one of two go-ahead threes during the second quarter over Abigail Hart (1).  Bennett and Hart exchanged threes back-to-back during a two-minute stretch to end the first half wit Hammond up 25-23.



Games of Weeks 9-10: January 22-February 3, 2018

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


Central Division
Potsdam at Gouverneur, postponed
Non League
Norwood-Norfolk 47, Hermon-DeKalb 43
Massena 55, Carthage 39



East Division
Chateaugay 43, Parishville-Hopkinton 26
West Division
Harrisville 59, Lisbon 38
Non League
Morristown at Alexandria, ppd. to 2/8



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 46, Chateaugay 21
Madrid-Waddington 84, Tupper Lake 15
Brushton-Moira 59, Parishville-Hopkinton 36
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 47, Salmon River 29
Massena 47, Potsdam 34
Canton 39, Ogdensburg 37
Malone 57, Gouverneur 47
West Division
Edwards-Knox 60, Hammond 42
Harrisville 58, Morristown 38
Hermon-DeKalb 52, Lisbon 25



East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 47, St. Regis Falls 30
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 44, Potsdam 37
Non League
General Brown 50, Gouverneur 33



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 40, Parishville-Hopkinton 35
Central Division
Ogdensburg 49, Massena 46



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 63, Chateaugay 28
Colton-Pierrepont 41, Brushton-Moira 34
Parishville-Hopkinton 38, St. Regis Falls 29
Norwood-Norfolk 58, Tupper Lake 24
Central Division
Malone 63, Canton 54
Gouverneur 45, St. Lawrence Central 25
Ogdensburg 42, Potsdam 24
Massena 59, Salmon River 19
West Division

Hammond 78, Harrisville 47
Lisbon 39, Hermon-DeKalb 38
Edwards-Knox 64, Morristown 19



East Division
Brushton-Moira 63, Tupper Lake 18
Non League
Massena 59, Carthage 51
Harrisville 65, Lyme 41
Thousand Islands at Hammond ppd.
Hermon-DeKalb Tournament
Watertown 52, Morristown 26 (consolation)
Hermon-DeKalb 43, Potsdam 40 (3OT/champions)



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 40, Madrid-Waddington 36
Brushton-Moira 46, Chateaugay 31
West Division
Hammond 54, Lisbon 26
Non League
Sackets Harbor 79, Morristown 18



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 56, Tupper Lake 22
Brushton-Moira 70, St. Regis Falls 26
Chateaugay 45, Norwood-Norfolk 38

Madrid-Wadd. at Colton-Pierrepont, ppd. to 1/26
Central Division
Massena 43, Gouverneur 37
Malone 54, St. Lawrence Central 37
Canton 73, Potsdam 26
Ogdensburg 51, Salmon River 21
West Division
Hammond 80, Hermon-DeKalb 28
Edwards-Knox 64, Harrisville 35
Non League
Thousand Islands 55, Heuvelton 53



Central Division
Malone 37, Salmon River 22
West Division
Heuvelton 61, Morristown 23



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 71, St. Regis Falls 19
Colton-Pierrepont 43, Norwood-Norfolk 41
Central Division
Gouverneur 52, St. Lawrence Central 43
West Division
Hammond at Edwards-Knox, ppd. to 2/6
Non League
Potsdam 34, Lyme 26
Saranac Central 44, Chateaugay 36
Morristown at Alexandria, ppd.



Non League
Tupper Lake 35, Lake Placid 32


Colton-Pierrepont’s Katie Cary (30) steals the ball from a Norwood-Norfolk attacker and drives upcourt to set up a shot, chased by Norwood-Norfolk’s Maisie Voss (20).  The Colts were able to hang on to get the 43-41 East Division win against the Flyers. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Maycee Ward (10) attempts a layup shot, closely defended by Colton-Pierrepont’s Katie Cary (30).  Cary nailed the game-winning basked with just 2.5 seconds left, wrapping up a game in which she poured in 20 points and hauled down 11 rebounds. Schuyler Chamberlain chipped in 10 points and nine rebounds in the Colts’ winning effort. For Norwood-Norfolk, Shannyn St. Andrews led the way with 11 points.

o.f.a wins 51-21 over salmon river; raven nets 1,000th pt.

Ogdensburg's Chelsey Raven stands at center court with her parents and former Ogdensburg coach Blevins after hitting her 1,000th career point in the first quarter against Salmon River. Raven scored 20 points in the game leading the Blue Devils to a 51-21 victory over the Shamrocks. Ogdensburg held Salmon River to just five total points in the second half, after leading 24-16 at intermission. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg's Shelby Ross (3) looks for an open teammate past Salmon River defender Wahsontiio (22) in the first quarter. Ogdensburg's Chelsey Raven lead all scoring in the game downing 20 points, followed by teammate Mattilynne Hough with nine points.  Lauren Martin lead in scoring for the Shamrocks with eight points.

colton-pierrepont upsets madrid-waddington 40-36

Madrid-Waddington’s mryn Chester (15) leaps through Colton-Pierrepont defenders Katlynn Long (15) and Katie Cary (30) to score midway through the first quarter lifting the Yellowjackets to an 11-0 lead over the Colts. Colton-Pierrepont battled back to bring the lead down to just 11-8 to end the first quarter. Colton-Pierrepont continued to rally, en route to a 40-36 victory, Madrid-Waddington its first East Division loss. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Schuyler Chamberlain (14) takes the jump shot between two Madrid-Waddington defenders in the first quarter.  Chamberlin scored 14 points, while teammate Katy Cary led the Colts with 15 pointse. Danielle Hough led all scoring for the Yellowjackets with 17 points.

harrisville Pulse ahead for the 59-38 win over lisbo

Harrisville’s Rachel Milone (10) banks two points on the lay-in during a decisive third-quarter spurt for the Pirates.  After building a 33-24 lead at the half, Harrisville held Lisbon to just five points in the third quarter and went on to beat Lisbon 59-38. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Sierra Ashley (21) spins inside for the successful layup  in the third quarter.  Delanie Baker led the Pirates with 22 points, including four three-pointers.  Hannah LaPlatney and Lydia Kerr added 12 points each.  For Lisbon, Alexa McKee dropped in 12 points, while Adrian Duvall netted 10.

e-k pulls ahead in the third qtr., beats Hammond 60-42

Edwards-Knox’s Carly Frary (22) pulls up for two points to give the Cougars the lead in the first quarter.  After Hammond bounced back from a seven-point deficit to gain a 25-24 lead at the half, E-K raced away in the third quarter to beat Hammond 60-42.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Hammond’s Breanna Harrington (12) fires off an 18-foot jumper for two points in a tight first-half battle with Edwards-Knox.  After a seesaw first half, Hammond misfired on all 11 layups in the third quarter and managed just one point, as the Cougars steadily pulled away.  Abby Hart with 16 points and Koryn Rowe with 14 points provided top scoring for Edwards-Knox.  Hammond was led by Avery Kenyon with 12 points and Kelsey Bennett with 11.

Harrisville jumps ahead EARLY, HOLDS OFF ROCKETS 

Harrisville’s Delanie Baker (1) hits a layup for two points to end the first quarter.  The Pirates grabbed an early 17-5 lead, before the Rockets began firing on target at the other end.  Morristown climbed back within nine points, before Harrisville put the game away, downing Morristown 58-38 in West Division action.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery 

Morristown ‘s Autumn Kerr (33) hits the one-handed floater for two points early in the second quarter.  Lydia Kerr splashed 26 points, while Delanie Baker and Hannah LaPlatney chipped in 10 points each in Harrisville's 58-38 victory.  For Morristown, Autumn Kerr led the way with 13 points, while Harlee Mashed dropped in seven points.

Brushton-Moira BEATS P-H
IN battle of the panthers

Brushton-Moira’s Abby Trim (11) evades a vertical Claire Snell (4) of Parishville-Hopkinton for a difficult layup to expand B-M’s lead in the fourth quarter.  Trim contributed 10 points, while Alexis Poirier led all scorers with 16 and Bailey Rabideau with 15. Megan Converse led her squad with 12 points, while Claire Snell was held to eight points. Brushton-Moira went on to defeat Parishville-Hopkinton 59-36 in East Division action.  (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

Although heavily guardedd by a Parishville-Hopkinton defender, Brushton-Moira’s Alicia Mitchell (23) unleashes a shot from beyond the arc.  Mitchell netted 10 points for her squad, as B-M scored an East Division win at home.

gouverneur pulls away to earn 45-25 WIN past s.l.c.

St. Lawrence Central’s Mackenzie Moreau (24) leaps against Gouverneur defenders to score the jump shot to cut into the Wildcats' lead midway through the first quarter.  Gouverneur surged in the second half to pick up the 45-25 victory over the Larries in East Division action. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Gouverneur’s Marina Wood (1) breaks past St. Lawrence Central defender McKenzie Taylor (10) to score the distance two-pointer extending the Wildcats' lead to nine points in the first quarter.  The Wildcats' Elania Porter led all scoring with 14 points, followed by teammate Emma Bell with nine points. For the Larries, Maggie Yandoh downed 13 points, while teammate Marissa Mclean scored seven points.

Madrid-Waddington claims win over chateaugay 63-28 

Madrid-Waddington’s Morgan Burns (33) attempts a jumper over Chateaugay’s Morgan Thomas (15) midway through the second period.  Madrid-Waddington fans donned all white clothing in "white-out support" the Yellow Jackets. Burns led all players in scoring with 28 points, while Daneille Hough contributed 15. Madrid-Waddington emerged victorious over Chateaugay 63-28. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery 

The Yellow Jackets' Danielle Hough (1) breaks left past Chateaugay’s Chloe Champagne (5) during regulation. After keeping the score within single digits after one period, Chateaugay was unable to hold off the Jackets into the second half.  Key contributors for the Bulldogs were Jenny Jones with 10 points and Jaelynn Martin who netted nine.


Games of Weeks 6-8: January 1-20, 2018

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


East Division
St. Regis Falls 51, Tupper Lake 37
Central Division
Canton 55, Gouverneur 51
West Division
Hammond 79, Hermon-DeKalb 44
Non League
Edwards-Knox 63. Parishville-Hopkinton 48
St. Lawrence Central 63, Brushton-Moira 39
Norwood-Norfolk 40, Potsdam 22



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 49, Tupper Lake 25
Central Division
Malone 51, Massena 42
Non League
Chateaugay 51, Chazy 27
Sackets Harbor 75, Harrisville 35



East Division
Chateaugay 43, Parishville-Hopkinton 34
Colton-Pierrepont 37, Norwood-Norfolk 26
Madrid-Waddington 41, Brushton-Moira 38 (OT)
Central Division
Gouverneur 48, Ogdensburg 42
Potsdam 41, Salmon River 39
West Division
Edwards-Knox 68, Hermon-DeKalb 34
Heuvelton 59, Hammond 55
Lisbon 38, Morristown 31
Non League
Indian River 64, Canton 40
Beaver River 52, Harrisville 28



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 54, Tupper Lake 16
Madrid-Waddington 59, Norwood-Norfolk 28
West Division
Edwards-Knox 46, Heuvelton 40

Non League
Lisbon 41, Alexandria 29
St. Lawrence Central 60, Chateaugay 56
Harrisville 48, LaFargeville 42
Thousand Islands at Hammond, ppd. to 1/27
Brushton-Moira at Ogdensburg, ppd.
Colton-Pierrepont at Salmon River, ppd.



Hermon-DeKalb Tournament
Potsdam 32, Watertown 23 (semifinal)
Hermon-DeKalb 50, Morristown 21 (semifinal)
Non League
Saranac Central 48, Canton 34



Central Division
Canton 62, Salmon River 24
Malone 43, Ogdensburg 39
West Division
Harrisville 42, Hermon-DeKalb 38
Hammond 84, Morristown 10



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 43, Chateaugay 24
Brushton-Moira 45, Parishville-Hopkinton 34



East Division
Brushton-Moira 45, Norwood-Norfolk 36
Madrid-Waddington 49, Parishville-Hopkinton 21
Colton-Pierrepont 70, St. Regis Falls 38
Chateaugay 52, Tupper Lake 17
Central Division
Malone 48, Potsdam 29
Gouverneur 74, Salmon River 14
Ogdensburg 57, St. Lawrence Central 53
West Division
Edwards-Knox 56, Lisbon 18
Heuvelton 67, Harrisville 33
Non League
Sackets Harbor 75, Morristown 26



Central Division
Massena 59, Canton 51
West Division
Heuvelton 58, Hermon-DeKalb 39
Non League
Morristown at Sackets Harbor, ppd. to 1/9



East Division
Brushton-Moira 71, St. Regis Falls 42
Madrid-Waddington 42, Colton-Pierrepont 35
West Division
Heuvelton 72, Morristown 22
Non League
Gouverneur 56, Lisbon 26
Chateaugay 57, Salmon River 29
Massena 60, Norwood-Norfolk 36
Edwards-Knox 43, Ogdensburg 26



Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 52, St. Regis Falls 30
Sackets Harbor at Morristown, postponed

Indian River silences canton with 64-40 victory

Indian River’s Paige Leonard (11) put her talents on display as she wove the rock behind her back, then netted the step-back jumper for two of her game-best 25 points against Canton in non-league action.  The Warriors went on to down the Bears 64-40.  (Troy O’Brien photo)  Game Gallery

Canton’s Madison Hurlbut (14) squares up against Indian River’s Nia Grey (24) in an attempt to block the shot. Indian River.  The Warriors got 12-point performances from Gray and Adrien LaMora.  Katie Chisholm led Canton with 12 points, while Gretchen Warner scored eight.

chateaugay PULLS AWAY AT parishvlle-hopkinton 43-34

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Clare Snell (4) leaps over teammates and Chateaugay defenders Shyan Peterson (10) and Jaylen Martin (13) to splash the three-pointer to cut into the Bulldogs' lead near the end of the second quarter. Chateaugay pulled away from Parishville-Hopkinton in the second half to capture the 43-34 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Chateaugay’s Hope Jaquish (3) battles her way around a Parishville-Hopkinton defender and charges to the hoop. Clare Snell and Jessica Mitchell each scored 11 points in the game for the Panthers while Chateaugay's Jenny Jones led all scoring in the game with 13 points.


Section X's all-time leading scorer Missy West returned to the North Country this week to speak at her home school, Franklin Academy of Malone.  Following a standout career at Malone, Duke University and a professional player in Germany, West is now a motivational speaker on sports.  She spoke about the returning to the true purpose of sports -- fun, health and entertainment for all participants and how to achieve it.

massena pulls away from norwood-norfolk 60-36 win

Massena’s Lexis Jacobs (4) breaks away from two Norwood-Norfolk defenders to drain the layup to extend the Red Raiders' lead to ten points midway through the third quarter. After leading 23-22 in the third quarter, the Raiders pulled away from the Flyers in the fourth quarter to pick up a 60-36 non-league victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Shannyn St. Andrews (15) wraps around a Massena defender to score off the quick jump shot in the fourth quarter.  The Raiders led by just one point with 4:30 left in the third quarter, but went on a final 37-14 tear to seal the win. Massena’s Lexis Jacobs and Sydnee Carroll were leading scorers with 14 points each. Emma Schiavone dropped in nine points and Hannah Mallette fired in seven points to lead the Flyers. through another seven while Ashley Powell and Shannyn St. Andrews tallied six points apiece.


St. Lawrence Central’ Marissa McLean (12) banks the lay-in for two points in the third quarter.  St. Lawrence Central kept up a steady attack, rolling to a 63-39 win over Brushton-Moira 63-39 (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Brushton-Moira’s Alexis Poirier nets two points to cut into the Larries' lead.  In the annual Coaches Vs. Cancer matchup between the schools, Maggi Yandoh netted 20 points and Marissa McLean poured in d 20 points for the Larries. Alexis Poirier downed 16 and Brooke Rabideau pitched in 10 points for the B-M Panthers.


Heuvelton’s Alex Steele (10) banks the bucket for two points to extend the Bulldogs' lead to 43-34 in a hectic second half.  Hammond then scored eight points in a row to cut the lead to 43-42, but Heuvelton finished with a 16-13 run to upset previously-undefeated Hammond 59-55 in a West Division showdown. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Hammond’s Alyson Crosby (23) gets two points on a putback to cut into the Heuvelton lead.  Madison McCormick led the Bulldogs by pouring in 29 points, while Alex Steele splashed 19.  For Hammond, Alyson Crosby popped in 18 points, while Kelsey Bennett chipped in 14.

lisbon fends off rockets' 2nd half rally in 38-31 win

Lisbon’s Riley Green (13) banks two points to maintain turn back Morristown's fourth-quarter rally.  Lisbon squandered a 30-13 third-quarter lead with the Rockets' 14-0 run.  Lisbon outscored Morristown 8-4 in the final two minutes to secure a 38-31 victory.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Morristown’s Autumn Kerr (33) gets two points in the midst of the Rockets' comeback attempt.  Lisbon's Alexa McKee led all scorers with 20 points, including five three-pointers.  Green added eight and McKenna Gray chipped in six points.  For Morristown, Shaylyn Kasper scored eight points, including two trifectas, while Lauren Woodcock also netted eight points, including six free throws.


Gouverneur’s Elaina Porter (3) leaps for the layup after a fast break opportunity, while Ogdensburg’s Riley Hough (30) comes from behind to make the block.  Porter was fouled and sent to the line where she went 2-for-2.  Gouverneur was able to escape with a 48-42 victory, even after several key players fouled out during the second half.  (Troy O’Brien photo)  Game Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Chelsey Raven (31) drives past Gouverneur’s Abigail Riutta (4) on her way to the basket.  Emma Bell and Elaina Porter delivered 14 points apiece to lead Gouverneur. The Blue Devils were led by Chelsey Raven’s game-best 24 points.

potsdam FENDS OFF salmon river in 41-39 victory

Potsdam’s Hunter Wilson (12) breaks past Salmon River defender Wahsontiio (22) to make the layup extending the Sandstoners' lead to five points to start the third quarter. Potsdam held on to a slim 28-25 lead to end the third quarter, then held off Salmon River for a narrow 41-39 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Salmon River’s Dava Thompson (15) scores the layup past lPotsdam defender Hunter Wilson (12) midway through the third quarter, cutting the Sandstoners' lead to just one point.  Luca Pecora netted 15 points and Seirra Cummings chipped in 12 for the Sandstoners who gained their first divisional win of the season (1-6). For Salmon River, Lauren Martin led all scorers with 18 points, while Dava Thompson popped in 12.

parishville-hopkinton wins over tupper lake 54-16

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Clare Snell (10) skies over teammates and Tupper Lake defenders to score the jumper from the free-throw line extending the Panthers lead to eight points late in the first quarter. Parishville-Hopkinton surged in the second half to capture the 54-16 victory over the Lumberjacks. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Tupper Lake's Alyssa Gaff (10) leaps over a Parishville-Hopkinton defender to score the first points of the game for the Lumberjacks midway through the first quarter. Snell drained 20 points for Parishville-Hopkinton to lead all scorers.

Ogdensburg edges S.L.C. larries, securing 57-53 win

St. Lawrence Central’s Maggi Yandoh (4) turns the corner against Ogdensburg’s Natalie McCormick (5) on her way for two points.  Ogdensburg was able to steal the win on the road at St. Lawrence Central winning 57-53.  (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg senior Chelsey Raven (31) pulls up for the fade-away shot against St. Lawrence Central’s Brooke Rubado (11) contributing to the Blue Devil’s 57-53 win.  Chelsea Raven led the Blue Devils with 20 points, including a perfect 8-for-8 from the free-throw line. Mattilynne Hough also netted 10 points for O.F.A. The Larries’ effort was led by Maggie Yandoh and Marissa McLean who each tallied 19 points, while Mackenzie Moreau chipped in 12 points.


Games of Weeks 4-5: December 18-31, 2017

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


Don Petty Memorial Tournament at Canton HS
General Brown 59, St. Lawrence 53 (consolation)
Hammond 58, Canton 54 (championship)
Non League
Madrid-Waddington 47, Copenhagen 26



Don Petty Memorial Tournament in Canton
Hammond 60, General Brown 52 (semifinal)
Canton 64, St. Lawrence Central 38 (semifinal)
Non League
Saranac Lake 71, Tupper Lake 31
Lisbon 31, Alexandria 24



Cindy Brady Tournament at Heuvelton HS
Lisbon 38, Hermon-DeKalb 27 (consolation)
Heuvelton 51, Colton-Pierrepont 31
Gouverneur Holiday Tournament
Beaver River 50, Harrisville 31 (consolation)
Edwards-Knox 43, Gouverneur 31 (championship)
Massena Tournament
Massena 46, Northeastern Clinton 35 (2nd round)
Malone 55, Plattsburgh 13 (second round)
Non League
Northern Adirondack 55, Chateaugay 40
Brushton-Moira 33, Peru 29
Glens Falls 65, Ogdensburg 55



Massena Tournament
Malone 38, Northeastern Clinton 26 (first round)
Massena 64, Plattsburgh 23 (first round)
Cindy Brady Tournament at Heuvelton HS
Colton-Pierrepont 40, Hermon-DeKalb 38 (semi.)
Heuvelton 62, Lisbon 31 (semifinal)
Non League
Saranac Lake 41, Tupper Lake 21
Lake George 55, Ogdensburg 44



Gouverneur Holiday Tournament
Edwards-Knox 47, Beaver River 37 (semifinal)
Gouverneur 57, Harrisville 29 (semifinal)



Central Division
Massena 57, Potsdam 33

Ben Cordwell Tournament at Ogdensburg HS
Madrid-Waddington 62, St. Lawrence 58 (consol.)
Hammond 53, Ogdensburg 44 (championship)
Non League
General Brown at Gouverneur, ppd. to 2/2



Ben Cordwell Tournament at Ogdensburg HS
Hammond 65, Madrid-Waddington 55
Ogdensburg 54, St. Lawrence Central 44
Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 49, Salmon River 40
Heuvelton 56, Norwood-Norfolk 33
Potsdam 45, Parishville-Hopkinton 36
Colton-Pierrepont 49, Lisbon 38
Edwards-Knox at St. Regis Falls, canceled



East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 56, St. Regis Falls 40
Madrid-Waddington 81, Tupper Lake 15
Central Division

Malone 39, Gouverneur 36
St. Lawrence Central 37, Salmon River 24
Massena at Potsdam, ppd. to 12/22
West Division
Edwards-Knox 65, Harrisville 38



Central Division
Canton 67, Ogdensburg 48
West Division
Harrisville 48, Morristown 33
(Other games postponed)



West Division
Hammond at Edwards-Knox ppd. to 1/23
Non League
Heuvelton 49, St. Lawrence Central 37
Malone 55, AuSable Valley 25
Carthage at Massena ppd.

malone pulls away late in 39-36 victory over 'cats

Malone’s Catlin Douglas (12) breaks around Gouverneur defender Marina Wood (1) to score a layup and extending the Huskies' lead to four points over the Wildcats midway through the first quarter.  The Huskies slipped away from the Wildcats late in the fourth quarter to capture the 39-36 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

A Gouverneur forward leaps over teammates and Malone defenders to score off a short jump shot, trimming the Huskies' lead to just two points late in the first quarter.

Puddington notches 26 in Beavers' win over pirates

Beaver River’s Lydia LaGree (14) narrowly escapes a block from Harrisville’s Hannah LaPlatney (2) during the second quarter of the Gouverneur Holiday Tournament consolation game. Beaver River's Emma Puddington led both teams with 26 points, while Lydia Kerr of the Pirates put up 14 to lead Harrisville.  Beaver River downed Harrisville 50-31.  (Troy O’Brien photo)  Game Gallery

Beaver River’s Emma Puddington (21) launches forward for an easy two points during a Beaver River win over Harrisville. Puddington netted 19 points of her 26 points in the first half.

colton-pierrepont claims 49-38 victory over lisbon

Colton-Pierrepont's Katie Cary (30) wraps around Lisbon defender Riley Green (13) to score the layup, extending the Colts lead to 15 points midway through the third quarter. Colton-Pierrepont captures s 49-38 victory over the Golden Knights. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon's Reily Green (13) leaps over Colton-Pierrepont defender Abby McNamara (4) to score the distance two-point jumper.  Katie Cary scored 19 points and Schuyler Chamberlain pumped in 12 points to lead the Colts.  For Lisbon, Alexa McKee scored 12 points and Hope Walker 10.

Potsdam pulls away from parishville-hopkinton 45-36

Potsdam's Hunter Wilson (12) breaks through two Parishville-Hopkinton defenders to score off the jumpshot and draw a foul.  Potsdam took a three-point lead midway through the first quarter.  The Sandstoners pulled away in the second half to capture a 45-36 victory over the Panthers in non-league action. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam's Hunter Wilson (12) passes to a teammate around Parishville-Hopkinton defender Brooke Ayers (1) in the first quarter. Wilson and Luca Pecora led scoring for the Sandstoners with 13 points each . The Panthers were led by Claire Snell who posted a game-high of 18 points.

Heuvelton outlasts

Heuvelton’s Alexandra Steele (10) shows defense against St. Lawrence Central’s Marissa McLean (12) who was able to score on the play.  The Heuvelton Bulldogs scored a non-league victory over St. Lawrence Central Larries 49-37 in a game at SUNY Canton.  (Troy O’Brien photo)  Game Gallery

The Larries' Maggie Yandoh (4) finds an opening past three Heuvelton defenders for the open look and the score. Yandoh won the play, but the Bulldogs won the night, beating the Larries 49-37.  For Heuvelton, Steeler scored 22 points, while Madison McCormick added 18.  the Larries were lead by Marissa McLean with 12 points, while Yandow scored 10.


Hammond’s Kelsey Bennett (13) nets two points during a close battle of two unbeatens.  Both Canton and Hammond entered their championship encounter at 8-0 overall during the Don Petty Memorial in Canton.  In a seesaw game, Hammond edged Canton 58-54 for the their second tournament title.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Canton’s Meredith Drury (5) gets the layup for two as the Bears took the early lead in the first quarter.  Alyson Crosby finished with 16 points for Hammond.  Kylie Vaughn added 13 points, including 10 in the second half.  For Canton, Katie Chisholm netted 16 points, Sarah Sieminski added 13 and Katelyn Flanagan dropped in 10 points.


General Brown’s L. Farr (11) nets two from under the basket to extend the Lions' lead in the forrth quarter.  GB went on to beat St. Lawrence Central 59-53 in the consolation of the Don Petty Memorial Tournament at Canton to close the 2017 portion of their season. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central's’ Maggi Yandoh (4) hit the layup in a comeback attempt in the fourth quarter.  The Larries erased a 15-point deficit to climb within three points at 54-51 in the final minute.  

E-K claims championship title at gouverneur 43-31

Edwards-Knox’s Kacee French (5) elevates past Gouverneur’s Shaquoria Jackson (21) and Abigal Riutta (4) on her way to the basket in the second period.  French finished the night with four points, while teammate Riannon Holly led the Cougars with 12 points. Meanwhile, for the Wildcats, Marina Wood led the way with eight points and Jackson was the lone star in the fourth quarter with four points and a block. Edwards-Knox went on to win the championship of the Gouverneur Holiday Tournament, beating the Wildcats 43-31. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery
Gouverneur’s Elaina Porter (5) splits three Edwards-Knox defenders for an acrobatic shot during the championship. Porter had five points on the night, but it wasn't enough to stop the Cougars who improved to 6-0 overall.

Lisbon emerges victorious over Hermon-Dekalb 38-27

Lisbon’s Adrian Cuvall (20) sets up for two points as the Knights take back the lead in the first quarter of their game against Hermon-DeKalb in the consolation of the Cindy Brady Tournament at Heuvelton.  The Golden Knights beat Hermon-DeKalb 38-27.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Hermon-DeKalb’s Kelsie Matthews (11) splashes two points in the closing moments of the game.  


Heuvelton’s Madison McCormick (24) nets two points as the Bulldogs jump to a quick 9-0 lead in the first quarter of the Cindy Brady Tournament Championship.  Heuvelton went on to defeat Colton-Pierrepont 51-31 to claim the tournament title.  (Sam Wangerin photo Game Gallery
Colton-Pierrepont’s Schuyler Chamberlain (14) hits the layup for two points, helping to launch the Colts' response and cut the lead to 11-5 the contest.  However, the Bulldogs put distance between the teams by the half, then held off the Colts in the second half.

Hermon-Dekalb holds off Salmon's 4th quarter push

Salmon River’s Lauren Martin (11) attempts a fade-away shot during the Shamrocks' comeback effort in the fourth quarter. Martin was able to sink five three-point shots on the night, two coming in the fourth quarter, while totaling 16 points on the night. However, Hermon-DeKalb held off the Shamrocks 49-40.  (Troy O’Brien photo)  Game Gallery

Hermon DeKalb’s Kelsie Matthews (11) chases Salmon River’s Jill Benedict (3) past midcourt in full-court press.  Matthews totaled 12 points, while Verina Hernandez led the Demons with 14 points in the 49-40 win.  Salmon River's Dava Thompson chipped in 13 points.


Hammond’s Alyson Crosby (23) hits the layup for two points to help the lead Hammond over Madrid-Waddington 65-55 in the semifinals of the Ben Cordwell Tournament in Ogdensburg.  Crosby led the Red Devils with 16 points, while Avery Kenyon and Kelsey Bennett scored 14 points apiece.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Madrid-Waddington’s Sydney Hosmer (3) nets two to cut the Hammond lead to nine points, as close as the Jackets could get, after trailing by as much as 19.  Danielle Hough led M-W with 15 points, all beyond the arc.  Camryn Chester and Morgan Burns chipped in 12 points each.


Ogdensburg’s Katherine Rogers (12) hit the three for O.F.A.'s first points, after trailing St. Lawrence Central throughout most of the first half.  However, the Blue Devils chipped away at the lead, tying the game 23-23 at the half, before completing a comeback victory over St. Lawrence Central 54-44 in the semifinals of the Ben Cordwell Tournament at Ogdensburg.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Mackenzie Moreau (24) get two points to extend the Larries' lead to seven points in the first quarter.  Ogdensburg's Chelsey Raven led all scorers with 16 points, while the Larries' Madison McLean tallied 12 points and Mackenzie Moreau chipped in 11 points.


Games of Week 3: December 11-16, 2017

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


Harrisville Tournament
Lowville 50, Harrisville 45 (championship)
Non League
Canton 56, Indian River 52



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 42, St. Regis Falls 27
Brushton-Moira 47, Colton-Pierrepont 33
Madrid-Waddington 50, Chateaugay 21
Central Division
Ogdensburg 50, Potsdam 29
Massena 53, Salmon River 21
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 56, Morristown 30
Hammond 92, Harrisville 54
Heuvelton 57, Lisbon 28



Central Division
Canton 56, Malone 50
Ogdensburg 56, Salmon River 44
Non League
Morristown 51, Lyme 42



East Division
Chateaugay 50, Norwood-Norfolk 36



East Division
Tupper Lake at Parishville-Hopkinton ppd
Colton-Pierrepont at Madrid-Waddington ppd
Brushton-Moira at St. Regis Falls ppd
Central Division
Canton 66, Potsdam 22
West Division
Morristown at Harrisville ppd
Hammond at Hermon-DeKalb ppd
Edwards-Knox at Heuvelton ppd



Central Division
Malone 46, St. Lawrence Central 39
Gouverneur 50, Massena 37
Non League
Chateaugay 64, Chazy 32

Gouverneur Wildcats roar past Red Raiders 50-37

Gouverneur Wildcat Abigail Riutta (3) changes directions on her way around Massena’s Alyssa Eubank (3) for the score. The Wildcats remained unbeaten in league (3-0) and overall play (4-0) in a tie atop the Central Division with Malone, after beating the Red Raiders 50-37.  (Troy O'Brien photo)  Game Gallery

 Massena’s Lexis Jacobs (4) looks to maintain possession while driving to the basket past Gouverneur's Abigail Riutta (3).  Gouverneur's Elaina Porter led all scorers with 18 points, while Emma Bell rang up 12.  For Massena, Lexi Jacobs netted 14 points, while Alyssa Eubank posted six.

madrid-waddington surges past chateaugay 50-21

Madrid-Waddington’s Alexis Sullivan (13) skies over a Chateaugay defender to score early in the first quarter extending the Yellowjackets' lead to four points over the Bulldogs. Madrid-Waddington pulled away from Chateaugay in the second half to capture the 50-21 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

Chateaugay’s Morgan Thomas (15) leaps through Madrid-Waddington defenders Emma Plumley (5) and Danielle Hough (1) to score a layup and earn the foul midway through the first quarter. Madrid-Waddington's Kelsey Tiernan led all scoring with 12 points, followed by Danielle Hough with nine. For the Bulldogs, Chloe Champagne and Jennifer Jones each tallied six points.


Canton’s Catherine Chisholm (3) hits the three-pointer to extend the Golden Bears' lead in the second quarter.  Canton takes a slim half-game lead  in the Central Division with a 56-50 win over Malone. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Malone’s Brooke Myers (2) attempts the layup, but draws the foul as the shot bounces just of the rim.  In a game of previous unbeatens, Canton edged out to a 30-21 lead at the half.  The Bears were led by Chisholm and Sarah Sieminski who netted 14 points each, while Meredith Drury pitched in 11.  Madison Ansari led the Huskies with 10 points, while Veronica Monette contributed eight points.


Games of Weeks 1-2: November 24-December 9, 2017

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


Heather Provost Tournament at St. Regis Falls
Norwood-Norfolk 51, Tupper Lake 17 (consolation)
Parishville-Hopkinton 58, St. Regis 20 (champ.)
Harrisville Tournament
Harrisville 49, LaFargeville 48 (semifinal)

Non League
Madrid-Waddington 39, Bishop Maginn 21



Heather Provost Tournament at St. Regis Falls
Parishville-Hopk. 38, Norwood-Norfolk 31 (semi)
St. Regis Falls 57,Tupper Lake 23 (semifinal)
Central Division
Gouverneur 53, Ogdensburg 37
Malone 57, Massena 46
West Division
Edwards-Knox 59, Hermon-DeKalb 36
Hammond 69, Heuvelton 48
Non League
LaFargeville at Harrisville, ppd.
Madrid-Waddington 52, Albany Academy 30



Central Division
Canton 57, St. Lawrence Central 39
West Division
Lisbon 44, Morristown 28



East Division
Chateaugay 55, St. Regis Falls 28
Madrid-Waddington 34, Norwood-Norfolk 24
Brushton-Moira 69, Tupper Lake 19
Colton-Pierrepont 42, Parishville-Hopkinton 24
Central Division
Gouverneur 53, Potsdam 26
Malone 55, Ogdensburg 47
Canton 65, Salmon River 22
St. Lawrence Central 50, Massena 49
West Division
Hammond 61, Lisbon 34
Hermon-DeKalb 69, Harrisville 46



Non League
Alexandria 32, Morristown 28



Jessie Chamberlain Tournament at Madrid-Wadd.
Heuvelton 60, Brushton-Moira 44 (consolation)
Edwards-Knox 45, Madrid-Waddington 43 (champ.)
Non League
Gouverneur 51, Watertown 44



Non League
Canton 55, Northern Adirondack 51
Massena 56, Norwood-Norfolk 32
Colton-Pierrepont 50, Salmon River 45
Potsdam 27, Lisbon 24



Jessie Chamberlain Tournament at Madrid-Wadd.
Madrid-Waddington 53, Brushton-Moira 40 (semi)
Edwards-Knox 50, Heuvelton 39 (semifinal)
Non League
Sackets Harbor 58, Parishville-Hopkinton 32



Central Division
Salmon River 47, Potsdam 27
Non League
St. Lawrence Central 64, Norwood-Norfolk 10
Malone 45, Saranac Central 38



Non League
Parishville-Hopkinton 38, Lisbon 32



Muggsy's Tip Off Classic at Saranac Central
Saranac Central 58, Tupper Lake 15 (consolation)
Heuvelton 46, Northeastern Clinton 44 (champ.)
Morristown Classic
Peru 70, Morristown 26 (consolation)
Hammond 76, Hermon-DeKalb 41 (championship)



Muggsy's Tip Off Classic at Saranac Central
Northeastern Clinton 40, Tupper Lake 15
Heuvelton 58, Saranac Central 52
Morristown Classic
Hammond 49, Peru 38
Hermon-DeKalb 52, Morristown 31
Non League
Colton-Pierrepont 37, Lisbon 28

colton-Pierrepont pulls away for 42-24 victory

Colton-Pierrepont's Summer Scovil (10) breaks through three Parishville-Hopkinton defenders to make the layup, extending the Colts' lead to five points midway through the second quarter. The Colts pulled away from the Panthers in the second half to secure the 42-24 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton's Brooke Ayers (10) lifts the ball over Colton-Pierrepont defender Abby McNamara (4) for a three-point shot cutting into the Colts' lead in the second quarter.  A 19-point effort from Schuyler Chamberlain scored 19 points, while Katie Cary targeted 16 points for the Colts’ win. The Panthers were led by Jessica Mitchell with 10 points.

Gouverneur claims 53-26 victory over potsdam

Gouverneur's Elania Porter (3) leaps amidst four Potsdam defenders to to make the short jump shot to end the second half taking a 30-8 lead into halftime. The Wildcats extended their lead over the Sandstoners in the second half to capture the 53-26 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam's Braxton Stevens (22) spins around a Gouverneur defender to score off the jump shot chipping into the Wildcats' lead late in the first quarter.  Porter led Gouverneur with 17 points, while Abigail Riutta posted eight.  For Potsdam, Hunter Wilson and Sierra Cummings led the way with seven each.

JACKETS claim comeback victory OVER B-M PANTHERS

Madrid-Waddington’s Cameron Chester (15) shoots for two points leading the Jackets in a 53-40 comeback win over Brushton-Moira in the semifinals of the Jessie Chamberlain Memorial Basketball Tournament at Madrid.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Brushton-Moira’s Alexis Poirier (25) nets two of her 21 points for an early lead Panthers' lead.  After a sluggish start, Madrid-Waddington bounced back from a 21-14 second-quarter deficit and chipped away to turn back Brushton-Moira. The Yellow Jackets outscored the Panthers 35-19 in the second half to overcome the early turnovers and low-percentage shooting. Emma Plumley led Madrid-Waddington with 13 points, while Danielle Hough dumped in 10 points.

cougars stun HEUVELTON
50-39 in season opener

Edwards-Knox’s Riannon Holly (32) get two points on the lay-in, during an impressive scoring run in the first half as Edwards-Knox built a 13-point lead in the second quarter.  After Heuvelton bounced back to tie the game 30-30 late in the third quarter, E-K went on to upset the Bulldogs 50-39 in the semifinals of the Jessie Chamberlain Memorial Tournament at Madrid-Waddington. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Madison McCormick (24) makes the layup for two points to tie the game.  Edwards-Knox launched its season opener with a strong first quarter, jumping out to a 13-5 lead in the first quarter over the three-time defending state champions. Holly anchored the opening surge with an inside presence that netted eight points. Heuvelton fell behind by 13 points, before starting to rally late in the second quarter to cut the deficit to nine points on a three-point buzzer beater from Madison McCormick. The comeback was complete at 30-30 when Alex Steele drained a three-pointer from the right wing, but the Bulldogs never overtook the Cougars. E-K shook off the surge by regaining its shooting touch and closed out the game on a 16-6 run on the fourth quarter to seal the West Division victory. Holly led the Cougars with 25 points, while McCormick netted 13 and Alex Steele scored 10 to pace the Bulldogs. Heuvelton (2-1) will meet Brushton-Moira in the consolation game, while Edwards-Knox advances against host Madrid-Waddington in the championship of the Chamberlain Tournament on Friday.

snell leads p-h panthers to 38-31 win over n-n flyers

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Ashley Powell (12) gets two points to start a Panthers' comeback and win 38-31 over Norwood-Norfolk in the semifinals of the Heather Provost Tournament in St. Regis Falls.  P-H's Clare Snell led all scorers with 14 points, while Megan Converse chipped in seven points as the Panthers improved to 1-1, 2-2 overall. (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Norwood-Norfolk’s Shannyn St. Andrews (15) jumps for two of her 11 points to lead the Flyers who will face Tupper Lake in the consolation game.  Both the Flyers and Lady Jacks will be looking for their first win in the matchup.

bradford leads st. regis in 57-23 win over tupper lake

St. Regis Falls Skylin Bradford (24) breaks past Tupper Lake defender Sophia Martin (20) to connect with teammate Maya Walker who scored the three-pointer in the second quarter extending the Saints lead over the Lumberjacks. Bradford scored 25 points in the game lifting the Saints over Tupper Lake 57-23. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Tupper Lake’s Sophia Martin (20) spins past St. Regis Falls defender Skylin Bradford (24) to earn the lay up chipping into the Saints lead late in the second quarter.  The Saints flew out to a17-4 lead in the first quarter.  Maya Bradford added 14 points for the Saints in the semifinals of the Heather Provost Tournament at St. Regis.  Rebecca Delair led the Lady Lumberjacks with eight points.

Larries rebound in 4th qtr., to edge Massena 50-49

St. Lawrence Central’s Mackenzie Moreau (24) has a breakaway and the score, tying the game late in the fourth quarter.  The Larries bounced back from a 44-37 deficit at the end of third quarter with seven straight points to tie the contest. Moreau was fouled with 0.9 seconds left and sunk one of two free throws, breaking a 49-49 tie, lifting St. Lawrence Central wins over Massena in a close Central Division battle 50-49.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Massena’s Lexis Jacobs (4) hits a three-pointer, putting the Red Raiders back in the lead.  Marissa McLean tallied 16 points, while Maggie Yandoh scored 16 points, while Moreau and Abby Lemieux each posted six points to pace the Larries.  Massena was led by Nova LeGrow with 13 points and Jacobs with 12.

malone gets clutch win against o.f.a. in the fourth

Malone’s Caitlyn Douglas (12) looks to make the most of her fast-break opportunity, sprinting past Ogdensburg’s Ross (3). Douglas had eight points at the half.  Malone pulled away to beat the Blue Devils 55-47, scoring seven unanswered points to end the game. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Katherine Rogers (12) looks to thread the needle over Malone’s defender Caitlyn Douglas (12).  Malone bounced back from a 16-8 hole after the first quarter, with a 16-3 run in the second period to log their second victory to start the season. Madison Ansari posted 18 points, while Caitlin Douglas dished up 10 points for the Huskies. Chelsey Raven tossed in 21 to lead the Blue Devils, while Shelby Ross chipped in 13.

canton edges northern adirondack in 55-51 victory

Canton’s Meredith Drury (5) leaps over teammates and Northern Adirondack defenders to score extending the Golden Bears' lead by five midway through the first quarter. The Bears picked up the narrow 55-51 victory over the Bobcats.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Northern Adirondack’s Emily Peryea (21) makes the layup off a breakaway, tying the game midway through the first quarter.  The Golden Bears scored a season-opening victory with a 21-6 spurt in the third quarter that carried them to the four-point victory. Katie Chisholm racked up a team-best 22 points, offsetting a game-best 23 points from NAC’s Paige Chilton. Meredith Drury chipped in eight points and Katie Flanagan posted seven points for Canton. 


Potsdam’s Luca Pecora (31) nets two points on a 17-foot jumper.  Potsdam picked up the win over Lisbon 27-24 in non-league play.  (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Riley Green (13) sinks a three-pointer to expand the Golden Knights' lead to 21-16 over the Sandstoners.  Potsdam’s Sierra Cummings and Luca Pecora led the Sandstoners back from a 12-9 halftime deficit with seven points each as Potsdam held off Lisbon 27-24. Green netted a game-best 11 points, while Hope Walker posted six points for Lisbon.