Larries Edge Massena; Chateaugay, Canton, Heuvelton Win Titles

2015-16 SECTION X GIRLS BASKETBALL
Final Standings & Non League Records

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


St. Lawrence Central’s Bailee Gauthier (24) dashes past Massena defenders hitting the runner for two points. The Larries edged the Red Raiders 43-42 on Senior Night in Brasher.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

 

Games of Week 9: February 1-6, 2016

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 48, Tupper Lake 30
Brushton-Moira 46, Parishville-Hopkinton 34
Madrid-Waddington 46, St. Regis Falls 22
Central Division
Potsdam 37, Salmon River 29
St. Lawrence Central 43, Massena 42
Canton 66, Ogdensburg 48
West Division
Hammond 77, Harrisville 32
Edwards-Knox 41, Hermon-DeKalb 36

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 52, St. Regis Falls 25
Non League
Potsdam 38, Parishville-Hopkinton 30
Madrid-Waddington 47, Harrisville 21
Ogdensburg 45, Brushton-Moira 34
Gouverneur 55, LaFargeville 31

 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2016

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 71, Parishville-Hopkinton 25
Brushton-Moira 43, Norwood-Norfolk 24
Central Division
Malone 51, Potsdam 37
Ogdensburg 64, Salmon River 38
Canton 63, Massena 49
St. Lawrence Central 49, Gouverneur 39
West Division
Hammond 75, Lisbon 27
Edwards-Knox 54, Harrisville 39
Non League
Chateaugay 50, Keene 40

STRONG FIRST HALF CARRIES LARRIES PAST WILDCATS 49-39


St. Lawrence’s Haleigh Agans (33) goes up for the layup dashing past the Gouverneur defense. The Larries defeated the Wildcats 49-39, after a strong first half. (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


Wildcats Erika Rotundo (12) attacks the rim taking the contact with Larries defender Bailee Gauthier (24).  After a lackluster first quarter by both teams, Morgan Greer began to find the range in the second quarter in guiding St. Lawrence Central with 17 points, while Brianna Evans added 11 points and Haileigh Agens tossed in 10 points.  Elaina Porter led Gouverneur with 16 points.

Larries survive thriller
43-42 against Massena


St. Lawrence Central’s Bailee Gauthier (24) dashes past Massena defenders hitting the runner for two points. The Larries edged the Red Raiders 43-42 on Senior Night in Brasher.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

Massena’s Novaleigh LeGrow (22) stretches up for the layup beating Larries' defender Haleigh Agans (33).  After trailing St. Lawrence Central by as many as 11 points in the first half and 13 points in the second half, the Massena Red Raiders rallied in the closing two minutes, but came up short at the buzzer 43-42 in their regular-season finale in Brasher. Larries got off to one of their best starts of the season with a pair of three-pointers that jump-started a 17-6 first-half advantage and 21-14 lead. Each Massena surge was answered by a Larries’ run that would reestablish a cushioned lead – except for the final run under two minutes. The Raiders, who never led in the contest, got to within one point with 12.7 seconds remaining, then had two shots to win at the final buzzer, but both chances rolled off the rim. It was a final testament to a night of scoring frustration for the Raiders whose good chances repeatedly rolled out. Bailee Gauthier led the Larries with 16 points, while Haleigh Agens scored 12. Alyssa Embank pumped in 10 points to lead the Raiders who had nine players in the scoring column.

sandstoners fend off p-h panthers for 38-30 victory


Potsdam's Katie Cary (33) drives through two Parishville-Hopkinton defenders to create an open layup and for the Sandstoners to near the end of the first quarter. Potsdam battled a tough back-and-forth game, but pulled away in the closing minutes to down the Panthers 38-30.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton's Kelsey Putnam (11) leaps over Potsdam defender Katie Cary (33) to down the quick two-point jumper as the Panthers claimed an early lead in the first quarter.  Mara Vaccaro paced the Potsdam offense with nine points, while Miranda Collins tallied eight points for P-H.

 

Games of Weeks 7-8: January 18-31, 2016

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 2016

Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 55, LaFargeville 22
Heuvelton 54, Carthage 51
Madrid-Waddington 48, Gouverneur 26
Beekmantown 74, Massena 31

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 2016

Central Division
Malone 63, St. Lawrence Central 36
Ogdensburg 53, Potsdam 35
Non League
Copenhagen 59, Hermon-DeKalb 55 (OT)
Peru 38, Chateaugay 37

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 53, Parishville-Hopkinton 24
Madrid-Waddington 39, Brushton-Moira 30
Norwood-Norfolk 47, Tupper Lake 30
Central Division
Massena 64, Salmon River 30
Canton 70, Gouverneur 36
West Division
Hammond 68, Edwards-Knox 33
Heuvelton 59, Lisbon 23
Non League
Harrisville 51, Immaculate Heart 48

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2016

Non League
St. Regis Falls 54, Lisbon 44

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2016

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton at Chateaugay, postponed
Non League

Northern Adirondack 57, Canton 53
Harrisville at Immaculate Heart, postponed

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 59, Norwood-Norfolk 38
West Division
Hammond 71, Harrisville 22
Non League
Gouverneur at LaFargeville, postponed

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 2016

Non League
Gouverneur 48, Lisbon 21
Chateaugay 44, Moriah 32
Carthage 63, Ogdensburg 30
Potsdam 31, Watertown 29
St. Regis Falls 34, Hermon-DeKalb 30
Canton 47, Rome Free Academy 43

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2016

Central Division
Ogdensburg 47, Malone 40
Gouverneur 53, Salmon River 34
Non League
Norwood-Norfolk 35, Alexandria Bay 32
Harrisville at Madrid-Waddington, postponed flu

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 39, Brushton-Moira 24
St. Regis Falls 42, Tupper Lake 29
Madrid-Waddington 63, Norwood-Norfolk 31
Central Division
Massena 65, Potsdam 38
West Division
Heuvelton 67, Hammond 51
Hermon-DeKalb 60, Lisbon 31

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 51, Madrid-Waddington 47 (OT)
Tupper Lake 33, Parishville-Hopkinton 32
St. Regis Falls 38, Norwood-Norfolk 32
Central Division
Gouverneur 44, Potsdam 31
St. Lawrence Central 61, Salmon River 36
Ogdensburg 55, Massena 51
Canton 75, Malone 23
West Division
Harrisville 45, Lisbon 22
Heuvelton 63, Hermon-DeKalb 35

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 2016

Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 48, Alexandria Bay 22

Green Demons pick up win past golden knights 60-31


Hermon-DeKalb's Melinda Elwell (10) lays the ball up past Lisbon defender Maddison Vine (10) to earn two points midway through the third quarter.  A strong first half proved to be the difference as Hermon-DeKalb captured a 60-31 West Division victory over the Golden Knights in Thursday night action.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Lisbon's Kaitlyn Sovie (24) pushes past Hermon-DeKalb defender Breanna Harrington (12) for  two points off the layup in the fourth quarter.  Breanna Harrington continued to display the Demons’ hot hand with a game-best 20 points, while Bridget Rust chipped in 14 points. Katie Sovie led Lisbon with 16 points.

CHATEAUGAY NIPS JACKETS IN O.T. IN KEY EAST DIV. CLASH


Madrid-Waddington's Danielle Hough (1) flies up for the three-point shot against the block attempt from Chateaugay's Brianna Cook (10).  After four quarters of alternating spurts and a 40-40 tie, the Bulldogs outscored the Jackets 11-7 in overtime.  The 51-47 win expanded the Bulldogs' East lead to 1½ games.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

 

 

CANTON'S FIRST-HALF RUSH DOOMS GOUVERNEUR 70-36


Canton’s Natalie DiSalvo (14) drives to the basket on Gouverneur’s Erika Rotundo (12) to sink the layup.  After a strong first half, Golden Bears defeated the Wildcats 70-36.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

The Wildcats' Hannah Stowell (15) dashes past Canton defender Sabrina Reed (21) to lay in the shot.  The Bears broke open a 34-8 lead at the half, then cruised to a 70-36 win.  Canton's Natalie DiSalvo led all scorers with 25 points, while Janet Beaudin chipped in 11 points.  Elaina Porter led Gouverneur with 12 points.

Bulldogs attack red devils 67-51 TO CAPTURE WEST TITLE


Heuvelton's Paige McCormick (15) drives past Hammond defender Paige Frisina (11) to drive home an open shot for two points and to extend the Bulldogs' early lead to eight midway through the first quarter. The Bulldogs quick surge in the first held off the Red Devils earning Heuvelton the 67-51 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Hammond's Sierra Flemming (50) slips past Heuvelton defenders Alexandra Steele (10) and Hannah Thornhill (21) to score the quick layup to cut into the Bulldogs' lead to begin the second quarter.  The Lady Bulldogs clinched the regular-season West Division championship with an unblemished 9-0 league record and 18-0 overall. Heuvelton flashed out to a 23-10 lead through the first quarter, then kept the double-digit margin intact the rest of the way. Paige McCormick with 23 points and Nathalie Barr with 19 points put the bite in the Bulldog offense. Sierra Fleming led Hammond with 13 points, while Alyson Crosby dropped in 11 points.

GOUVERNEUR FENDS OFF POTSDAM SURGES, WINS 44-31


Potsdam's Katie Carey (33) tries to find an opening to the hoop around Gouverneur's Shannon Knowlton (21) and Emma Bell (2).  The Wildcats fended off Potsdam surges to post a 44-31 Central win. (Bob LaRue photo) Game Gallery

Green Demons roll past purple ghosts in 2nd half


Hermon-DeKalb’s Kelsi Shippee (4) breaks away from Alexandria Bay defender Karoline Nelson (20) to earn two points late in the second quarter extending the Green Demons lead to eight points. Hermon-DeKalb pulled away from the Purple Ghosts in the second half to capture the 48-22 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Alexandria Bay’s Jessica Davis (23) battles past two Hermon-DeKalb defenders to earn the open look at the basket for two points in the third quarter. Breanna Harrington led all scorers in the game racking up 26 points. Morgan Weaver led scoring for the Purple Ghosts earning eleven points.

 

Games of Week 6: January 11-16, 2016

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2016

Non League
Heuvelton 67, Sackets Harbor 50
Brushton-Moira 38, St. Lawrence Central 34 (OT)
Non League Games at SUNY Potsdam
Hermon-DeKalb 39, Watertown 21
Indian River 76, Ogdensburg 27
Carthage 48, Malone 31
Madrid-Waddington 45, IHC 38
Potsdam 44, Lisbon 31
Non League Games at SUNY Canton
South Jefferson 73, Hammond 33

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 69, Norwood-Norfolk 30

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2016

East Division
St. Regis Falls 39, Parishville-Hopkinton 22
Tupper Lake 39, Brushton-Moira 38
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 45, Potsdam 31
Gouverneur 47, Ogdensburg 41
Canton 75, Salmon River 35
Massena 50, Malone 45
West Division
Hammond 63, Hermon-DeKalb 43
Edwards-Knox 64, Lisbon 30
Heuvelton 73, Harrisville 20

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2016

Central Division
Malone 44, Gouverneur 40
Non League

Norwood-Norfolk 43, Salmon River 34

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 2016

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 65, Tupper Lake 27
Brushton-Moira 49, St. Regis Falls 35
Norwood-Norfolk 46, Parishville-Hopkinton 39
Central Division
Canton 85, Potsdam 33
Massena 57, Gouverneur 48
Ogdensburg 61, St. Lawrence Central 49
Malone 59, Salmon River 35
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 42, Harrisville 41
Heuvelton 74, Edwards-Knox 43
Non League
Chateaugay 43, Saranac Central 23

Warriors shut down Blue Devils in 76-27 NON-LEAGUER


Ogdensburg’s Taylor Perry (14) fires the 3-pointer to the basket beating Indian River defender Trish Asley (21). However, the Warriors overrun the Blue Devils in 76-27 victory.  Taylor Perry scored eight points to lead the Blue Devils who fell to 6-7.(Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery

Warriors Paige Leonard (11) flies into the zone to sink the layup against Blue Devils Taylor Piercey (13).  Kammikia Barnes fired off 22 points, while Paige Leonard added 18 points as Indian River improved to 11-4.

Susice's 31 points powers Saints past Panthers 39-22


St. Regis Falls Nicolette Martinez (11) leans into Parishville-Hopkinton defender Maranda Collins (11) to shoot the runner. Jenna Susice (5) scored 31 points, including nine consecutive three-points to carry the Saints to a 39-22 victory over the Panthers.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

The Panthers' Miranda Collins (11) rejects a shot from the Saints' Alexis McDonald (4) to start the fast break for Parishville-Hopkinton.  Susice’s performance single-handedly produced more points than P-H and the rest of the Saints combined. After a two-pointer to start the night, Susice’s next nine field goals were all from beyond the arc. She was also 2-for-2 from the free-throw line. Megan Converse led the Panthers with 11 points. St. Regis Falls dashed out to a 27-12 lead at the half.

CLOSE GAMES HIGHLIGHT MONDAY GIRLS BASKETBALL

HERMON-DEKALB 42, HARRISVILLE 41
Hermon-DeKalb rallied in the final two minutes to slip past the Pirates 42-41 in a seesaw contest at Harrisville. Breanna Harrington led the way with 18 points, while Bridget Rust spearheaded the final comeback with five key free-throws in a 17-point performance for the Green Demons. McKenzie LaPlatney led the Harrisville attack with eight points.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 46, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 39
Norwood-Norfolk outlasted Parishville-Hopkinton 46-39, behind a 21-point performance from Logan Deshane and a 14-point game from Cassidy Weaver. The win boosted the Lady Flyers’ to 2-4 East, 6-5 overall. Miranda Collins led the Panthers with 17 points.

MASSENA 57, GOUVERNEUR 48
Jaylee Jones led Massena with a game-best 13 points, including three 3-balls, while Alyssa Eubank chipped in 12 points in pacing the Raiders who outlasted Gouverneur 57-48. The Wildcats were led by Emma Bell’s 16 points and Jacqueline Storrin’s 13 points.

Potsdam pulls away from golden knights in 33-31 win


Potsdam's Rachel Vaccaro (14) slips between three Lisbon defenders on her way to earn the lay up in heavy coverage to earn two points and to extend the Sandstoners lead to seven early in the second quarter. Potsdam held off the Golden Knights late comeback attempt to capture the 44-31 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon's Kathryn Sovie (20) leaps over two Potsdam defenders to earn the distance jump shot for two and to cut into the Sandstoners lead in the second quarter.  Hunter Wilson posted 12 points to lead Potsdam, while Maddie Vine led Lisbon with a game-best 17 points.

Carthage pulls away 48-31 victory over Huskies


Malone’s Brenna Hudson (41) dashes past Carthage defenders Peyton Romig (13) and Claire Odett (12) to put in the layup.  However, the Comets went on to defeat the Huskies 48-31 in a non-league game at SUNY Potsdam.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

Carthage’s Paige Kaune (23) lifts the ball over Huskies Hayley Lewis (1) to score for the Comets.  Paige Kaune tallied a game-high 13 points, while Kendra Lawton added eight points to pace Carthage’s win.

SECOND-QUARTER SURGE LIFTS LARRIES PAST POTSDAM


St. Lawrence’s Breana Evans (5) hits the floater over Potsdam’s Katie Cary (33) to score the basket in the second quarter.  A second quarter scoring surge produced a 14-point lead and the eventual final margin, as the Larries downed the Sandstoners 45-31.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

The Sandstoners' Katie Cary (33) dashes by Larries' defender Gabrielle Ramsdell (14) to sink the layup.  Haleigh Agans led the Larries with 17 points, while Bailee Gauthier tossed in 12 points. Hunter Wilson paced the Sandstoners with 13 points.

ogdensburg captures win past st. lawrence central


Ogdensburg’s Katherine Rogers (12) leaps over two St. Lawrence Central defenders to create the open look for the jump shot and extend the Blue Devils' lead to 10 points midway through the third quarter. Ogdensburg’s quick scoring surge to begin the second half led to a 61-49 victory over the Larries. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Bailee Gauthier (24) drives the ball over an Ogdensburg defender to score the layup andchip into the Blue Devils lead in the third quarter. Gauthier led the Larries with 17 points.  Taylor Perry led the Blue Devils with three 3-pointers as part of a game-best 19 points. Taylor Piercey and Chelsey Raven knocked down 13 points each for O.F.A.

 

Games of Week 5: January 1-10, 2016

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 2016

Don Petty Tournament at Canton
AuSable Valley 51, St. Lawrence 23 (consolation)
Canton 44, Hammond 34 (championship)
Non League

Potsdam 35,  Lisbon 31
Beekmantown 54, Massena 33
Hermon-DeKalb 56, LaFargeville 29
Heuvelton 59, Chateaugay 39
Indian River 69, Malone 22

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2016

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 60, Norwood-Norfolk 36
Chateaugay 57, Tupper Lake 23
Canton Tournament
Canton 84, St. Lawrence Central 17 (semifinal)
Hammond 61, AuSable Valley 49 (semifinal)

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 2016

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 55, St. Regis Falls 29
Brushton-Moira 42, Parishville-Hopkinton 26
Central Division
Malone 45, Gouverneur 39
Potsdam 48, Salmon River 39
St. Lawrence Central 50, Massena 41
Canton 83, Ogdensburg 49
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 48, Edwards-Knox 37

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 47, St. Regis Falls 14
West Division
Heuvelton 71, Harrisville 32

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2016

East Division
Brushton-Moira 38, Norwood-Norfolk 32
Madrid-Waddington 55, Parishville-Hopkinton 12
Central Division
Canton 83, Massena 44
Malone 47, Potsdam 23
Ogdensburg 54, Salmon River 29
St. Lawrence Central 43, Gouverneur 39
West Division
Edwards-Knox 37, Harrisville 33
Hammond 73, Lisbon 26

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 2016

Wildcat Holiday Tournament at Gouverneur
Harrisville 35, LaFargeville 22 (consolation)
Edwards-Knox 40, Gouverneur 38 (championship)
Non League
Moriah 45, Chateaugay 42 (OT)

Heuvelton earns victory over Chateaugay 59-39


Heuvelton’s Paige McCormick (15) dashes around Chateaugay defender Brianna Cook (10) to earn  two points and extend the lead to 14 points early in the fourth quarter. The Heuvelton Bulldogs quick scoring in the first half fended off Chateaugay in capturing a 59-39 non-league victory at SUNY Canton. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Chateauguay's Madison Breen (23) just leaps over Heuvelton defender Paige McCormick (15) to down the quick lay up to cut into the Heuvelton lead in the closing minutes of the game.  In the battle of the Bulldogs. Heuvelton built a 14-8 lead in the first quarter, then extended the lead with a 12-4 run in the second quarter. Paige McCormick racked up 30 points, while Nathalie Barr splashed three 3-pointers to chip in 11 points for Heuvelton. The West Bulldogs remained undefeated at 13-0 overall. Six of eight players scored for Chateaugay, led by Jacklyn Martin with 11 points and Danielle Cook with nine points.

Golden Bears' quick surge defeats red raiders 83-44


Massena’s Sydnee Carroll (12) cuts through the Canton defensive trio of Katie Clemmer (23), Janet Beaudoin (22) and Mikaela Bessette (5) to battle for the Raiders first points to open the first quarter.  The Golden Bears quickly began to pull away from the Red Raiders to earn the 83-44 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Massena’s Sydnee Carroll (12) and Canton’s Mikaela Bessette (5) both leap for the tipoff that was won by the Red Raiders.  Canton’s Natalie DiSalvo splashed 22 points, while Clemmer dropped in 15 points and Bessette wired 12 points. Also netting double digits for the Bears were Beaudoin, Meredith Drury, Katelyn Flanagan with 10 points each.

B-m Panthers earn overtime victory past flyers 38-32


Brushton-Moira's Madison Rowe (15) dashes past Norwood-Norfolk defenders Kylee Lashomb (21) and Brandi Delosh (24) to break the 27-27 tie in the closing second of regulation. The Flyers sent the game into overtime tying 29-29 in the final three seconds, but fell to the Panthers 38-32 in overtime. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kassey Northrop (31) leaps against Brushton-Moira’s Alexis Poirier (25) to earn the first points in overtime. Kirstin Barrett scored a team-high 12 points, including four points in overtime, to rally the Panthers past the Flyers with a 9-3 spurt during the extra frame. The Flyers were led by Madison Seguin who also scored 12 points.

chateaugay struggles in final minutes, falls in o.t.

MORIAH 45, CHATEAUGAY 42 (OT)
Chateaugay battled back from a slow 15-6 first quarter to take the lead in the middle frames. However, Moriah rallied to tie the game in the fourth quarter, then outscored Chateaugay 3-0 – all on free throws – in the extra frame to outlast the Bulldogs 45-42. While six Lady Bulldogs hit the scoresheet, it was only Jaelyn Martin who could find the range in the first quarter, before finishing with 16 points overall. Brianna Cook tallied seven points and grabbed 10 boards for Chateaugay (3-3 overall). Madison Olcott and Sarah Snyder each scored 13 points for the Vikings.

Canton'S 15-0 run in 2ND QTR. key TO WIN OVER hammond


Canton’s Katie Clemmer (23) finds the opening to break past Hammond defender Alyson Crosbie (23) to drain the short jump shot and extend the Bears lead to eight midway through the second quarter. Canton went on a 15-0 scoring run in the half that proved to be the difference in Canton's 44-34 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Hammond’s Alyson Crosbie (23) cuts past a Canton defender to earn the jump shot under coverage to chip away at the Bears' lead early in the first quarter. Tournament MVP Natalie DiSalvo came alive with 10 of her 13 points in the second half to lead Canton to a 44-34 win over Hammond in the championship game of the Don Petty Tournament in Canton. After Hammond edged out to a 7-4 lead late in a defensive first quarter, Canton scored 15 unanswered points over the next six minutes that proved to be the difference in the game. The Golden Bears led 23-13 at the half, then opened a 16-point lead before fending off the Red Devils who closed to within eight points in a scrappy fourth quarter. With the win, Canton improved to 12-2 overall. Alyson Crosby led Hammond (8-5) with 13 points, while Mariah Simons tossed in nine points and Sierra Flemming eight points.

CANTON SHOOTS AWAY FROM LARRIES IN TOURN. SEMIFINAL


Canton’s Natalie DiSalvo cuts between St. Lawrence Central defenders Morgan Greer (5) and Bailee Gauthier (24) to score the open look and extend on the lead in the first quarter. The Golden Bears ran away with the game in an 84-17 victory in the semifinals of the Don Petty Tournament in Canton. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Bailee Gauthier (24) breaks away from Canton defenders Meredith Drury (3) and Katie Clemmer (23) to earn the open layup and tie the game 5-5 in the opening minutes in the first quarter.  In a game that was close through most of the first quarter when Canton led 17-10, the Golden Bears smothered the Larries the rest of the way. The Bears posted a widespread list of scorers, led by Janet Beaudin with 12 points, Meredith Drury and Natalie DiSalvo who each tallied 11 and Mikaela Bessette who dropped in 10 points.  In the late game, Hammond broke away from a 45-41 lead through three quarters to defeat AuSable Valley 61-49.

Yellow Jackets fight back to capture 55-29 victory


Madrid-Waddington’s Olivia Parmeter (11) skies past St. Regis Falls defenders Jenna Susice (5) and Harlie Gardner (10) for the open look at the 12-foot jump shot to cut into the Saints' lead early in the first quarter. The Yellow Jackets put together a strong second-half comeback to defeat St. Regis Falls 55-29. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Regis Falls forward Jenna Susice (5) drives home a three- point shot from center court, while facing heavy coverage from two Madrid-Waddington defenders in the first quarter.  The Saints held the Jackets to just three points in building an 11-point advantage through the first period.  However, the Jackets unleashed a 52-15 barrage the rest of the way to improved to 4-1 East, 6-4 overall. Morgan Burns paced Madrid-Waddington with 14 points, while Sydney Hosmer popped in 12 points. The Saints were led by Jenna Susice with 14 points.

Sandstoners earn FIRST
LEAGUE WIN VS. shamrocks


Salmon River’s Brittany Brooks (20) leaps over Potsdam defender Heidi Visser (10) just inside the arch for two points and tie the game 31-31 late in the third quarter. The Sandstoners buried four straight foul shots to take a 35-31 lead at the end of the quarter and held off the Shamrock for a 48-39 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Maya Stevens (21) splits three Salmon River defenders to take the open layup to extend the Potsdam lead to three points early in the fourth quarter.  Mara Vaccaro netted 14 points and Stevens chipped in 13 points to guide Potsdam to its first divisional victory of the season. Salmon River, still working for its first win, was led by Dava Thompson with 14 points and Brittany Brooks with 12.

Cougars win Gouverneur tournament over cats 40-38


The Edwards-Knox Cougars team photo, after capturing a hard-fought 40-38 victory over the Gouverneur Wildcats in the final of the Gouverneur Holiday Tournament.  The Cougars held a 16-15 lead at halftime and continued a close game, until a quick 7-2 run in the fourth quarter sealed the victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Gouverneur’s Elaina Porter (3) leaps over Edwards-Knox defender Koryn Rowe (4) for an open look at the distance jump shot for two points to extend on the Wildcats lead by four midway through the first quarter.  Gouverneur had a chance to tie the contest with a shot in the closing seconds, but it just missed. Mackenzie Frary was named tournament MVP after scoring 12 points in the championship contest. All-Tournament team selection Riannon Holly knocked down a game-high 15 points for the Cougars. Gouverneur was led by All Tournament players Emma Bell and Shannon Knowlton who scored 12 points each, while Elaina Porter chipped 10 points. Harrisville defeated LaFargeville 35-22 in the consolation.

 

Games of Week 3-4: December 14-31, 2015

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2015

Bulldogs Holiday Tournament at Heuvelton HS
Lisbon 55, Alexandria Bay 35 (consolation)
Heuvelton 69, St. Lawrence 29 (championship)
Wildcat Holiday Tournament at Gouverneur HS
Edwards-Knox 57, LaFargeville 22 (semifinal)
Gouverneur 47, Harrisville 32 (semifinal)
Huskies Holiday Tournament at Malone HS
Massena 40, Plattsburgh 33 (second round)
Northeastern Clinton 63, Malone 53 (second round)

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2015

East Division 
Norwood-Norfolk 46, Parishville-Hopkinton 30
Malone Tournament
Northeastern Clinton 66, Massena 42
Malone 45, Plattsburgh 24
Heuvelton Tournament
St. Lawrence Central 42, Lisbon 33
Heuvelton 71, Alexandria Bay 16
Non League
Northern Adirondack 44, Chateaugay 43
Hammond 78, Potsdam 40

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2015

Non League
Hoosick Falls 66, Canton 55
Hammond 60, St. Lawrence Central 23

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2015

Central Division
Ogdensburg 51, St. Lawrence Central 50

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2015

East Division
Tupper Lake 51, Norwood-Norfolk 40
Central Division
Ogdensburg 54, Potsdam 40
Massena 69, Salmon River 51
Canton 67, Gouverneur 30
West Division
Hammond 60, Edwards-Knox 33
Non League
Immaculate Heart 45, Harrisville 15

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2015

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 50, Brushton-Moira 12
Chateaugay 69, Parishville-Hopkinton 34
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 48, Malone 41

Non League
Norwood-Norfolk 49, Lisbon 37
Heuvelton 60, Thousand Islands 52
Sackets Harbor 72, Hermon-DeKalb 57

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2015

Central Division
Canton 79, St. Lawrence Central 38
Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 59, Schroon Lake 39
Ogdensburg Tournament
Madrid-Waddington 57, Ogdensburg 50 (consolat.)
General Brown 48, Hammond 42 (championship)

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2015

East Division
St. Regis Falls 35, Tupper Lake 34 (OT)
Central Division
Gouverneur 53, Salmon River 40
Massena 45, Potsdam 31
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 67, Lisbon 56
Non League
Edwards-Knox 48, Norwood-Norfolk 26
Ogdensburg Tournament
Hammond 56, Ogdensburg 35 (semifinal)
General Brown 48, Madrid-Waddington 36 (semi)

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2015

East Division
Chateaugay 37, Brushton-Moira 26
Central Division
Canton 67, Malone 43

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2015

West Division
Heuvelton 67, Hammond 46

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2015

East Division
Chateaugay 35, Madrid-Waddington 34
Parishville-Hopkinton 42, Tupper Lake 31
Central Division
Massena 57, Ogdensburg 49
St. Lawrence Central 54, Salmon River 41

West Division
Heuvelton 58, Hermon-DeKalb 20
Lisbon 40, Harrisville 34

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2015

Central Division
Gouverneur 56, Potsdam 36

CHATEAUGAY ESCAPES WITH 35-34 WIN VS. YELLOW JACKETS

CHATEAUGAY 35, MADRID-WADDINGTON 34
An exchange of shot attempts in the closing minute provided the final drama in Chateaugay’s win over East rival Madrid-Waddington. Brianna Cook thrust the Bulldogs into the lead with a go-ahead bucket in the final minute, giving her six points total for the night. Sydney Hosmer tossed up a potential three-pointer for Madrid-Waddington in the closing seconds, but it rimmed out, as Chateaugay survived a 35-34 home-court battle with the Yellow Jackets. Danielle Cook posted a team-best 14 points for the Bulldogs. Madrid-Waddington was led by Olivia Parmeter who netted a game-best 16 points.

MASSENA 57, OGDENSBURG 49
Massena’s Lexi Jacobs dropped in 15 points, with Jaylee Jones adding 11 and Sydnee Carroll pitching in 10 points in a balanced attack to lead the Red Raiders to their second Central Division win in a row, topping Ogdensburg 57-49. Taylor Perry led Ogdensburg with 12 points.

HEUVELTON SOLIDIFIES WEST LEAD BEATING HAMMOND 67-46

HEUVELTON 67, HAMMOND 46
The McCormick sisters combined for 37 points to propel Heuvelton to a 67-46 victory over the Hammond Red Devils. Paige McCormick dropped in 19 points, snagged 17 rebounds and dished three assists in leading the way. Madison McCormick flashed 18 points, seven assists and seven steals. Alex Steele added 11. Heuvelton remained unbeaten at 4-0 West, 7-0 overall. Hammond was led by Ally Crosby with a game-best 20 points, while Megan Vollmer chipped in 14 points including strikes on all eight of her free-throw attempts.

Chateaugay outscores p-h Panthers in 69-34 victory


Chateaugay’s Morgan Thomas (15) races past the block of Parishville-Hopkinton’s Megan Converse (5) to sink the shot. The Bulldogs defeated the Panthers 69-34 in a Central matchup.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

The Panthers' Abby White (1) rises for the layup against three Chateaugay defenders.  Chateaugay presented a balanced offense with three players posting double figures: Danielle Cook with 15, Jocelyn Martin 14 and Breanna Cook 12 points, as the Bulldogs remained unbeaten in the East Division (3-0). Megan Converse led the Panthers with eight.

Golden Knights hold off Harrisville to win 40-34


Lisbon’s Kathryn Sovie (20) fires a three-point shot past Harrisville defender Alexandria Hitchman (11) to extend the Golden Knights' lead late in the first quarter. Lisbon carried a  25-16 lead at halftime. The Pirates fought back in the second half, but fell short as Lisbon defeated Harrisville 40-34.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Harrisville’s Paige LeRoux (4) fires a shot over two Lisbon defenders and sinks a bucket in the second quarter.  Maddie Vine led the Knights with 15 points, including a trio of three-pointers and five assists, while Katie Sovie also scored 10 pounds and chipped in 13 rebounds. For Lisbon, the win was its first within the West Division, 3-3 overall. Harrisville is still working on its first win.

Heuvelton defeats hermon-dekalb in 58-20 victory


Heuvelton’s Paige Weston (12) spins past Hermon-DeKalb defender McKenzie Marcellus (43) to earn an open two-point layup and grow their lead over the Green Demons late in the third quarter.  The Bulldogs beat the Green Demons 58-20. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Hermon-DeKalb’s McKenzie Marcellus (43) leaps past Heuvelton’s Karina Warren (11) to sink the short jump shot in the fourth quarter.  After building a 23-point spread at halftime, the Bulldogs put away a decisive 58-20 win. Heuvelton’s Paige McCormick tossed down 21 points and pulled down 13 rebounds, while Nathalie Barr chimed in with nine points. Heuvelton improved to 2-0 West, 7-0 overall. Hermon-DeKalb was led by Bridget Rust who realized 14 points. The Demons slipped to 1-2 West, 2-3 overall.

 

Games of Week 1-2: November 20-December 12, 2015

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2015

Heather Provost Tournament at St. Regis Falls
Norwood-Norfolk 49, Parishville-Hopk. 23 (consol.)
St. Regis Falls 50, Tupper Lake 32 (championship)

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2015

Central Division
Massena 44, Malone 39
Non League
Heuvelton 74, Sackets Harbor 34
South Jefferson 42, Madrid-Waddington 25
Heather Provost Tournament at St. Regis Falls
Tupper Lake 41, Parishville-Hopkinton 36 (semi.)
St. Regis Falls 37, Norwood-Norfolk 34 (semifinal)
Harrisville Tournament
Immaculate Heart 52, Harrisville 24 (consolation)

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2015

Central Division
Ogdensburg 55, Gouverneur 44
St. Lawrence Central 50, Potsdam 28
Canton 89, Salmon River 35
West Division
Hammond 58, Hermon-DeKalb 37
Harrisville Tournament

Lowville 59, Harrisville 25 (semifinal)

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2015

East Division
St. Regis Falls 48, Parishville-Hopkinton 29
Tupper Lake 34, Brushton-Moira 31
West Division
Edwards-Knox 41, Lisbon 25

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2015

Central Division
Malone 58, Ogdensburg 47

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2015

East Division
Brushton-Moira 36, St. Regis Falls 12
Central Division
Gouverneur 51, Massena 47
Canton 72, Potsdam 32
West Division
Heuvelton 60, Edwards-Knox 28
Hermon-DeKalb 40, Harrisville 31
Non League
Northeast Clinton 60, Chateaugay 41

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2015

Central Division
Malone 47, Salmon River 34
Non League
St. Regis Falls 40, Lisbon 35
Norwood-Norfolk 50, Alexandria Bay 46

 

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2015

Susquehanna Valley Tournament
Canton 75, Millennium of Brooklyn 37 (consolation)

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2015

Non League at Indian River
Lisbon 29, Watertown 25
Indian River 63, Massena 24
Immaculate Heart 51, St. Lawrence Central 33
Carthage 48, Hammond 46
Susquehanna Valley Tournament
Hoosick Falls 54, Canton 40 (semifinal)

Non League
Copenhagen 65, Hermon-DeKalb 50
Madrid-Waddington 43, Keene 39
South Lewis 36, Harrisville 24

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2015

Madrid-Waddington Tournament
Lisbon 31, Tupper Lake 28 (consolation)
Heuvelton 46, Madrid-Wadd. 42 (championship)
Non League
Potsdam 40, Watertown 21
Ogdensburg 52, Scotia-Glenville 49

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2015

Non League
AuSable Valley 55, Malone 40
Norwood-Norfolk 42, Salmon River 35

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2015

Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 62, Alexandria Bay 28

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2015

Madrid-Waddington Tournament
Madrid-Waddington 88, Tupper Lake 19 (semifinal)
Heuvelton 70, Lisbon 26 (semifinal)
Non League
Gouverneur 68, Norwood-Norfolk 27

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2015

Morristown Thanksgiving Tournament
Edwards-Knox 46, Harrisville 38 (consolation)

Heuvelton 56, Hammond 53 (championship)

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2015

Morristown Thanksgiving Tournament
Heuvelton 60, Harrisville 12 (semifinal)
Hammond 40, Edwards-Knox 34 (semifinal)

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2015

Non League
Indian River 61, Massena 38

Golden Bears maul salmon river IN 89-35 CENTRAL WIN


Canton’s Marguerite Smith (10) leaps past Salmon River defender Brittany Brooks (20) to score the layup and lift the Golden Bears to a nine-point lead late in the first quarter. Canton started a quick scoring surge midway through the first quarter en route to beating the Shamrocks 89-35.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Salmon River’s Lauren Martin (11) battles her way past Canton defenders Bailey Luther and Natalie DiSalvo (14) to score the short jump shot midway through the first quarter.  Canton pulled out to a 29-15 first-quarter lead, before putting the game away with a crushing 25-2 run in the second quarter. For Canton, Natalie DiSalvo poured in a game-best 21 points, while Meredith Drury and Katelyn Flanagan dished in 14 points each. Bailey Luther added 11 and Katie Clemmer 10 in the Bears’ effort. Salmon River;s Brittany Brooks scored a team-best 19 points, while Dava Thompson contributed seven points.

Wildcats down flyers 68-27 to open season at home


Gouverneur’s Jacqueline Storrin (11) dashes past Norwood-Norfolk defender Cassidy Weaver (13) for a bucket to extend on the Wildcats' lead midway through the first quarter. Gouverneur jumped to a quick lead in the first half, en route to the non-league victory over Norwood-Norfolk 68-27.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Madison Sequin (23) leaps over Gouverneur’s Hannah Stowell (15) for a bucket to chip away at the Wildcats' lead before halftime.  Emma Bell poured in 23 points and Shannon Knowlton fired off 22 points in a high-output win for the Wildcats in their season opener. Gouverneur’s Elaina Porter dropped in 12 points. Brandi Delosh led the N-N with eight points.

CLOSE GAMES HIGHLIGHT GIRLS CROSSOVER WEEKEND

Three tight games highlighted seven non-league contests played between sections on Saturday. Madrid-Waddington’s Olivia Parameter knocked down 15 points, while Sydney Hosmer followed with nine points to lead the Jackets to a 43-39 win over Section VII’s Keene, in a meeting at neutral North Country Community College in Saranac Lake. The M-W team effort overcame a 27-point performance by Keene’s Daria Venner. Lisbon pulled out a 29-25 win over Watertown, behind a 10-point performance from Maddie Vine and eight points from Katie Sovie. Sierra Ashley and Riley Green added four points each. Hammond came out on the short end of a 48-46 Carthage comeback. The Comets produced a 12-5 rally in the final quarter. Kendra Lawton led Carthage with 14 points, 10 boards and four steals.

HEUVELTON EDGES HAMMOND ON MCCORMICK THREE-BALL

HEUVELTON 56, HAMMOND 53
The defending New York State Champion Heuvelton Bulldogs opened the 2015-16 season by winning the Morristown Gobbler Classic, including a slim 56-53 victory over West Division rival Hammond in the title game. Paige McCormick, last season’s New York State Class D Player of the Year, was held in check for just eight points through the first three quarters. However, McCormick busted out with 10 points in the fourth quarter, capped by a three-pointer with 15 seconds left to break a 53-53 deadlock for the game winner. Named Tournament MVP, McCormick snared 12 rebounds, four steals and four assists. Nathalie Barr chipped in 17 points for the Bulldogs. Sierra Fleming led the Red Devils with 16 points, while Alyson Crosby netted 14.

EDWARDS-KNOX 46, HARRISVILLE 38
Edwards-Knox’s MacKenzie Frary broke loose for 15 points in the final quarter, 21 points overall, in guiding the Cougars to a 46-38 win over Harrisville in the consolation game of the Morristown Gobbler Classic. Harrisville was led by Morgan Matott with 10 points.

 

 

Tupper Lake beats P-H Panthers IN TOURNEY SEMIS


Parishville-Hopkinton nets two points on a running layup against Tupper Lake defender Brianna Suave (24).  The Lumberjacks held off the Panthers 41-36 in the semifinals of the Heather Provost Holiday Tournament at St. Regis Falls.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

Tupper Lake’s Katie Zurek (44) goes up for the one handed shot over a Panther defender in the paint.  Tupper Lake’s Sidney Kulzer dropped in 15 points to pace the Lumberjacks to a 41-36 win in the semifinals of the Heather Provost Tournament at St. Regis Falls. The win squares the Jacks’ overall record at 2-2. The Panthers were led by Kelsey Putman’s nine points.

St. Regis Falls rallies for 37-34 victory over Flyers


St. Regis Falls’ Jenna Susice (5) hits the rainbow shot over Norwood-Norfolk defender Brandi Delosh (24).  The Saints rallied to overtake the Flyers 37-34 at Heather Provost Holiday Tournament.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Madison Seguin (23) drives to the basket to score against Saints' defender Jenna Susice (5).  St. Regis Falls engineered a 10-5 burst in the fourth quarter to overcome the Flyers 37-34, in the semifinals of the Heather Provost Tournament at St. Regis. The game that also served as a regular-season contest. The Saints’ rally was led by Jenna Susice who scored 18 points, while Brianah Work chipped in 12 points. The Flyers were led by Madison Seguin’s 10-point performance. The Saints improved to 2-1 East, 3-1 overall, while Norwood-Norfolk lost their East opener, 2-2 overall.

Larries CHARGE AWAY IN 2ND HALF, BEATING POTSDAM 50-28


St. Lawrence’s Haleigh Agans (33) goes for the layup surrounded by four Potsdam defenders. The Larries outscored Potsdam 34-12 in the second half  to pull away with a 50-28 win.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Mara Vaccaro (22) rises to sink the shot while St. Lawrence’s Morgan Greer defends.  After the teams played to a 16-16 tie at halftime, St. Lawrence Central went on a 23-10 tear in a pivotal third quarter, before putting away Potsdam 50-28. Bailee Gauthier led the Larries’ charge with 17 points, while Haleigh Agens chipped in 10. Potsdam was led by Myra Stevens with 12 points, while Mara Vaccaro, Heidi Visser and Katie Carey each scored four points.

Gouverneur holds off red raiders for 51-47 victory


Gouverneur’s Elaina Porter (3) leaps over Massena defender Novaleigh LeGrow (22) to earn her second three-pointer of the game, midway through the first quarter. The Wildcats held a 27-21 lead at halftime and held off Massena’s comeback attempt in the closing minutes to earn the 51-45 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Massena’s Novaleigh LeGrow (22) slips past Gouverneur defender Catherine Andrews (10) to earn the open layup and cut into at the Wildcats' lead late in the first quarter.  The Cats' Elaina Porter fashioned 16 points, while Shannon Knowlton popped in 10 points. Massena’s Alexis Jones led all scorers with 19 points, while Sydnee Carroll also chipped in 10 points in the divisional opener.

Indian River Warriors roll past red raiders 61-38


Indian River’s Kamikia Barnes (32) penetrates in the lane for the layup while Massena’s Carrol Syndee (12) defends. The Warriors cruised past the Red Raiders 61-38 in a non-league season opener. (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery

Indian River’s Natasha Archabald (30) takes an inside hook shot to score for Warriors against Massena’s Alyssa Eubank (25). Archabald hauled down eight rebounds for the Warriors. Kammikia Barnes scorched the net for 20 points, including three 3-pointers, to propel the Indian River Warriors past the Massena Red Raiders 61-38 in a non-league season opener. Paige Leonard tallied 13 points and Nia Gray splashed 12 points. Massena was led by Lexi Jacobs who popped 10 points for the Raiders.