Indian River Downs Massena; Canton Beaten By South Jeff

2016-17 SECTION X GIRLS BASKETBALL
Standings & Non League Records

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


Parishville-Hopkinton guard Taylor Scovil (15) rolls around two Colton-Pierrepont defenders to drop in the short shot under the basket.  Schuyler Chamberlain dropped in 15 points to lead the Colts to a 39-29 victory over the Panthers.  (Jim Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

 

Games of Week 10-11: January 29-February 14, 2017

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2017

Non League
Indian River 59, Massena 43
South Jeff 63, Canton 45

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2017

Non League
Heuvelton 75, Ogdensburg 39

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2017

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 40, Tupper Lake 35
St. Regis Falls 53, Parishville-Hopkinton 41
Non League
Watertown 53, Salmon River 39

 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2017

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 51, Brushton-Moira 41
Chateaugay 53, Norwood-Norfolk 26
St. Regis Falls 50, Parishville-Hopkinton 43
Central Division
Malone 54, Salmon River 35
Gouverneur 55, St. Lawrence Central 52
Canton 54, Ogdensburg 52
Massena 43, Potsdam 22
West Division
Hammond 58, Edwards-Knox 36
Clifton-Fine 58, Harrisville 46
Hermon-DeKalb 56, Lisbon 27

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2017

East Division
Chateaugay 46, St. Regis Falls 25

 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2017

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 38, Tupper Lake 27
Norwood-Norfolk 69, St. Regis Falls 25
Brushton-Moira 48, Colton-Pierrepont 29
Chateaugay 33, Madrid-Waddington 28 (OT) Pirates
Central Division
Ogdensburg 64, Massena 44
Gouverneur 50, Salmon River 28
Malone 57, Potsdam 9
West Division
Hammond 78, Clifton-Fine 28
Heuvelton 71, Hermon-DeKalb 32
Harrisville 47, Lisbon 35

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2017

Non League
Heuvelton 54, Carthage 36
Indian River 67, Canton 53

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2017

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 63, St. Regis Falls 20
Central Division
Massena 41, Potsdam 12
Non League
Edwards-Knox 70, LaFargeville 29
Chateaugay 41, Peru 31

 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2017

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 46, Tupper Lake 33
Chateaugay 40, Brushton-Moira 26
Colton-Pierrepont 39, Parishville-Hopkinton 29
Central Division
Ogdensburg 45, Malone 41
Massena 53, Canton 46
St. Lawrence Central 53, Salmon River 47
West Division
Hammond 70, Lisbon 22
Heuvelton 77, Harrisville 19
Edwards-Knox 64, Clifton-Fine 31

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2017

Central Division
Gouverneur 55, Potsdam 18
Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 57, St. Regis Falls 36

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2017

West Division
Harrisville 47, Clifton-Fine 37
Non League
Saranac Central 54, Malone 30
Hammond 94, Alexandria Bay 16
Colton-Pierrepont 40, Lisbon 12

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 2017

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 41, Norwood-Norfolk 38
Brushton-Moira 55, St. Regis Falls 44
Chateaugay 41, Colton-Pierrepont 27
Central Division
Gouverneur 52, Ogdensburg 49
St. Lawrence Central 52, Potsdam 21
Canton 62, Salmon River 32
Massena 59, Malone 38
West Division
Hammond 56, Heuvelton 28
Hermon-DeKalb 54, Harrisville 45
Edwards-Knox 79, Lisbon 24

M-W LADY JACKETS SUFFER FIRST LEAGUE LOSS IN O.T.

CHATEAUGAY 33, MADRID-WADDINGTON 28 (OT)
Madrid-Waddington girls suffered their first league loss of the season, failing to score in overtime, after a tenacious defensive battle against the Chateaugay Bulldogs. The teams inched out to a 7-7 tie through the first quarter, with Chateaugay clinging to a slim 17-16 halftime lead. The Bulldogs expanded the lead to 26-20 through three quarters, before the Jackets’ offense caught a spark to take a 28-26 lead with the first eight points of the fourth quarter. M-W held the visitors to just two points in the quarter, but could not produce the game winner. All of Chateaugay’s five points in the extra period came from the free-throw line on eight FT attempts. Alicia Cook paced the Bulldogs with 13 points. Danielle Cook added seven points. Hannah Marcellus netted half of the scoring for the Yellow Jackets, with a game-best 14 points. Danielle Hough and Sydney Hosmer added seven points apiece. With the win, Chateaugay (11-1) issued Madrid-Waddington its first divisional loss of the season and stalled the Yellow Jackets from clinching the regular-season East Division title, while moving within a half-game of the division leaders in the final week of the season.

massena breaks away from malone to gain 59-38 victory


Massena’s Sydnee Carroll (12) takes a jump shot past Malone defender Brenna Hudson (41) hitting the distance two pointer to lift the Red Raiders to a 8-6 lead midway through the first quarter. The Red Raiders pulled away from the Huskies to capture the 59-38 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Malone’s Jordyn Conklin (12) layes up a shot past Massena defender Al’lainya Dumas (30) to tie the game up at 6-6 in the first quarter.  Nova LeGrow dropped in 11 points to lead all scorers.  Morgan Yando, Hayley Lewis and Taylor Gadway scored nine points apiece for Malone.

  1. harrington & White lift hermon-dekalb past saints


Hermon-DeKalb's Brenna Harrington (12) skies over St. Regis Falls' defender Jenna Susice (5) to score off the fast break and extend the Green Demons' lead to 13 points in the middle of the third quarter.  Hermon-DeKalb's Miranda White drained 23 points, while Harrington scored 21 points lifting the Green Demons to a 57-36 victory over the Saints. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

St. Regis Falls forward Maya Walker (32) battles her way past Hermon-DeKalb defenders Cassidy Simmons (00) and Melinda Elwell (10 ) to make the layup and draw the foul for three points.  Jenna Susice tossed in 12 points to lead the Saints.

CANTON CAPTURES CENTRAL; TITLES SPLIT IN EAST & WEST

With the close battles all season, there could have been co-champions in all three divisions of the Northern Athletic Conference girls basketball standings this year. However, Canton captured the only sole championship in rallying from a six-point halftime deficit to slip past host Ogdensburg 54-52. Canton outscored the Blue Devils 19-13 in the final quarter, behind the 15-point performance of Catherine Chisholm. Janet Beaudin put Canton in the lead with a traditional three-pointer with two minutes left in regulation. Had OFA won the contest, the teams would have shared the Central title.
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After splitting their head-to-head matchups, Hammond and Heuvelton completed a run of the rest of the division, closing out 11-1 league records and a share of the West Division title. Hammond beat third-place Edwards-Knox 58-35, while Heuvelton closed out with a bye on the final night of the West Division season.
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After Chaeaugay’s 33-28 overtime victory over Madrid-Waddington on Monday, both teams won their regular-season finales to split the East Division title. The Jackets pulled out a 51-41 win at Brushton-Moira behind 16 points from Hannah Marcellus, while Chateaugay doubled down on Norwood-Norfolk 53-26 behind an 18-point showing from Danielle Cook.

GOUVERNEUR FIGHTS OFF LARRIES' RALLY IN 55-52 WIN


Gouverneur's Jackie Storrin (11) sky hooks a basket over a St. Lawrence Central defender.  The Wildcats jumped out to an 18-0 lead by early in the second quarter, but the Larries countered with a 16-6 run to trim the lead before half.  Gouverneur fought off the surging Larries in the second half for a 55-52 win.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central senior guard Breana Evans (5) gets bumped and dives as she splits a pair of Gouverneur defenders, but still manages to complete her pass.  Evans netted a game-best 21 points, while Maggi Yandow added a dozen.  However, Emma Bell tossed in 17 points, while Elaina Porter chipped in 12 points in the Wildcats' win.

  1. COLTS OUTDUEL PANTHERS behind chamerlain's 15 pts.


Parishville-Hopkinton guard Taylor Scovil (15) rolls around two Colton-Pierrepont defenders to drop in the short shot under the basket.  Schuyler Chamberlain dropped in 15 points to lead the Colts to a 39-29 victory over the Panthers.  (Jim Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton's Abigail White (1) tries to draw a charge call against Colton-Pierrepont's Kaitlynn Long.  Also scoring for the Colts, Katie Cary netted 11 points.  For P-H, Megan Converse led the way with 12 points, while Clare Snell tossed in 11 points.

Hammond ends heuvelton win streak with 56-28 win


Hammond’s Mariah Simons (32) battles her way through Heuvelton defenders Maddison McCormick (24) and Kedan Mack (23) to gain possession of the ball near the Bulldogs' basket.  The Red Devils snapped the 46-game win streak of the Heuvelton Bulldogs capturing the 56-28 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Rayna Cameron (14) sinks the three-point jump shot over Hammond defender Mariah Simons (32).  One of the longest streaks in Section X sports history -- the 46-game winning streak of the two-time New York State Champion Heuvelton Lady Bulldogs basketball team ended at the hands of the Hammond Red Devils. Heuvelton, which struggled to score most the game, lost at home to Hammond, before an overflow crowd. Before the game, school officials were forced to halt the flow of spectators, turning away dozens of people, even before the start of the JV game. After Heuvelton battled back to tie the game 11-11, Hammond went on a 7-0 run that opened up the game and built a 28-14 halftime lead. The Bulldogs struggled all night to find the range in its outside shooting against Hammond’s zone defense. Heuvelton’s last loss came on March 6th, 2015, when they lost the Section X overall girls championship to Canton 54-40.  Hammond defense held the Bulldogs' all-time leading scorer Paige McCormick to just 10 points, while sister Madison also netted just 10.  Alyson Crosby led Hammond with 16 points, including 15 in the first half.  Sierra Fleming tallied 14 points, including 10 in the final quarter.

 

Games of Weeks 6-9: January 1-28, 2017

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 2017

East Division
St. Regis Falls at Parishville-Hopkinton, resched.
Central Division
Ogdensburg 56, St. Lawrence Central 40
Non League
Indian River 62, Massena 38

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2017

East Division
Brushton-Moira 46, Tupper Lake 32
Madrid-Waddington 71, Parishville-Hopkinton 39
Non League
St. Lawrence Central 44, Norwood-Norfolk 20
Hermon-DeKalb 52, St. Regis Falls 47

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2017

East Division
Chateaugay 57, St. Regis Falls 37
Central Division
Salmon River 50, Potsdam 24
Gouverneur 46, Massena 43
West Division
Hammond 76, Hermon-DeKalb 23
Heuvelton 56, Edwards-Knox 43

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2017

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 52, Norwood-Norfolk 46
West Division
Clifton-Fine 54, Lisbon 45
Non League
Watertown 52, Gouverneur 36
Immaculate Heart 60, Harrisville 42

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2017

Central Division
Gouverneur 41, Massena 36
Canton 52, Potsdam 11
Non League
Beaver River 78, Clifton-Fine 34
Chateaugay 35, Saranac Central 30
Salmon River 48, Colton-Pierrepont 30
Sackets Harbor 66, Hermon-DeKalb 36

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 2017

West Divisionbr /> Hermon-DeKalb 64, Lisbon 24
Non League
Brushton-Moira 42, St. Lawrence Central 33
Heuvelton 55, Immaculate Heart 27

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2017

Central Division
Gouverneur 50, Malone 36
Non League
Lisbon 41, Alexandria Bay 37 (OT)
Massena 47, Norwood-Norfolk 45
Hermon-DeKalb at St. Regis Falls, ppd

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2017

East Division
Brushton-Moira 54, Parishville-Hopkinton 32
Madrid-Waddington 49, Norwood-Norfolk 24
Chateaugay 49, Tupper Lake 21
Colton-Pierrepont 46, St. Regis Falls 31
Central Division
Massena 57, St. Lawrence Central 39
Canton 74, Potsdam 14
Ogdensburg 51, Salmon River 30
West Division
Edwards-Knox 57, Hermon-DeKalb 51
Hammond 76, Harrisville 26
Heuvelton 78, Clifton-Fine 34
Non League
General Brown 60, Gouverneur 39

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 2017

Central Division
Canton 50, Malone 42
Hermon-DeKalb Tournament
Hermon-DeKalb 51, Potsdam 11 (consolation)
Watertown 62, Parishville-Hopkinton 23 (championsh)
Non League

Salmon River 42, Colton-Pierrepont 37
Hammond 78, St. Lawrence Central 29

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2017

Hermon-DeKalb Tournament
Parishville-Hopkinton 45, Potsdam 27 (semifinal)
Watertown 52, Hermon-DeKalb 40 (semifinal)
Non League
Madrid-Waddington 43, Dryden 40
Carthage 58, Ogdensburg 54
Heuvelton 60, Chateaugay 29

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2017

East Division
St. Regis Falls 45, Tupper Lake 30
Norwood-Norfolk 45, Brushton-Moira 44
Central Division
Ogdensburg 50, Potsdam 11
Canton 68, Gouverneur 48
Massena 54, Salmon River 38
Malone 43, St. Lawrence Central 40
West Division
Edwards-Knox 52, Harrisville 15
Non League
Moravia 53, Madrid-Waddington 36

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2017

East Division
Chateaugay 49, Parishville-Hopkinton 25
Tupper Lake 35, Colton-Pierrepont 30
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 69, Clifton-Fine 37

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2017

Central Division
Gouverneur 56, St. Lawrence Central 41
Malone 49, Salmon River 43
Canton 69, Ogdensburg 52
West Division
Hammond 57, Edwards-Knox 34
Non League
Lisbon 26, Alexandria Bay 24
Sackets Harbor 66, Harrisville 25
Heuvelton 73, Thousand Islands 48

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2017

East Division
Chateaugay 53, Norwood-Norfolk 33
(All other games postponed)

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 2017

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 49, Colton-Pierrepont 44

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 2017

Non League
General Brown 46, Ogdensburg 44

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2017

East Division
St. Regis Falls 39, Norwood-Norfolk 38
Tupper Lake 54, Parishville-Hopkinton 53 (OT)
Madrid-Waddington 34, Chateaugay 27
Colton-Pierrepont 38, Brushton-Moira 36
Central Division
Canton 50, St. Lawrence Central 26
Ogdensburg 47, Massena 43
Malone 47, Potsdam 20
Gouverneur 58, Salmon River 34
West Division
Heuvelton 70, Hermon-DeKalb 27
Hammond 86, Clifton-Fine 22
Harrisville 50, Lisbon 30
Non League
Edwards-Knox 54, LaFargeville 32

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2017

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 68, Colton-Pierrepont 25
Non League
AuSable Valley 61, Malone 56
Salmon River 49, Tupper Lake 39
Hermon-DeKalb at St. Regis Falls, postponed
South Jefferson vs. Canton, ppd. lake effect snow

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2017

Central Division
Ogdensburg at St. Lawrence Central, ppd.
Non League
Gouverneur 71, Lisbon 32
Chateaugay 38, Saranac Central 30
Hammond 56, Carthage 55
Potsdam at Watertown, ppd.
Clifton-Fine at Lowville, ppd.
Norwood-Norfolk at Massena, ppd.

canton fends off o.f.a. blue devils for 69-52 victory


Canton's Janet Beaudin (22) battles her way past Ogdensburg defender Taylor Perry (14) to score off the layup, midway through the second quarter. Canton surged in the second quarter carrying a 35-26 lead at the half. The Golden Bears held off a comeback attempt in the second half to capture the 69-52 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

OOgdensburg's Brooke Costigan (44) bursts past Canton defender Katelyn Flanagan (11) to score off the break away and to cut into the Golden Bears lead in the second quarter.

malone defeats potsdam in 47-20 divisional matchup


Malone’s Denelle Sauve (42) drive the layup past Potsdam defender Lilly Kenyon (24) to extend the Huskies lead to 18 points in the closing minutes of the third quarter. Malone pulled away from Potsdam early in the game en route to a 47-20 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Josie Brusso (15) slips past Malone defender Morgan Yando (11) to score to begin the fourth quarter.  Haley Raville tallied 16 points, while Hayley Lewis added 13 and Taylor Gadway pumped in 10 points for the Huskies.  Sierra Cummings had six points to lead Potsdam.

FLYERS' sequin NETs winner AGAINST b-m PANTHERS 45-44


Norwood-Norfolk’s Madison Sequin (23) battles up against  past two Brushton-Moira defenders to score and tie the game at 7-7 midway through the first quarter.  The Flyers and Panthers battles a tight game.  Sequin was fouled as time expired, then scored the game-winning free throw to capture the 45-44 Flyers' victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Brushton-Moira’s Paige Cox (10) breaks through two Norwood-Norfolk defenders to get the open look and net the layup as the Panthers reclaimed the lead in the first quarter.  Seguin led the Flyers with 15 points, while Cassidy Weaver added 11.  For the Panthers, Alexis Poirier poured in 13, while Myah King had 10.

Gouverneur fends off massena for 46-43 victory


Gouverneur Elaina Porter (3) leaps between two Massena defenders to score in the first quarter to extend their lead to 8-5 in a slow first quarter. The Wildcats rallied from 10 points down held off the Red Raiders to capture the narrow 46-43 victory. (Cody Harlte photo) Game Gallery

Massena’s Abigail Riutta (12) scores the layup breaking past three Gouverneur defenders.  Tori Hartle scored 16 points, while Porter chipped in 15 points to lead the Wildcats.  Massena was led by Lexis jacobsa and Alyssa Euback with 10 points each.

  1. MARTIN LEADS SALMON RIVER TO 50-24 WIN OVER POTSDAM


Potsdam’s Daysia Wagner (30) fires up a shot past two Salmon River defenders to score in the closing stages of the fourth quarter.  The Shamrocks jumped out to 22-5 lead in first half en route to a 50-24 victory. Lauren Martin scored 15 points to lead the Shamrocks.  (Bob LaRue photo)

Salmon River’s Wahsontiio (22) leaps over two Potsdam defenders to score in the last minutes of the fourth quarter.   Nidia DeArmaYero added 12 points for the Shamrocks.  Myra Stevens led Potsdam with eight points.

colton-pierrepont wins over norwood-norfolk


Colton-Pierrepont’s Mara Vaccaro (22) leaps over Norwood-Norfolk defender Brandi Delosh (24) to score off the layup, extending the Colts lead at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Colton-Pierrepont went on a 10-0 run to end the third quarter, en route to a 52-46 victory over Norwood-Norfolk.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Brandi Delosh (24) lays up a shot past Colton-Pierrepont defender Mara Vaccaro (22).   The Colts picked up their third league win (3-7 East, 5-10 overall) behind the 15-point performance of Katie Cary, while Schuyler Chamberlain added 13 points and Mara Vaccaro dropped in 11 points. Cassidy Weaver led the Flyers with 16 points and 15 rebounds, while Shannyn St. Andrews contributed 10 points.

Wildcats get early lead to beat Red Raiders 41-36

Gouverneur’s Jackie Storrin (11) attempts a layup while being guarded by two taller Massena defenders. The Red Raiders kept close in a very defense dominant first half, but Gouverneur quickly racked up enough points in the third quarter to prevent a comeback and beat Massena 41-36.  (Cody Hartle photo)  Game GalleryMassena’s Octavia Viskovich (41) looks to put the ball over Gouverneur’s Tori Hartle (5), but is denied the basket.  Emma Bell popped in 10 points to lead Gouverneur in the win. Paige Perry scored 10 points to lead the Raiders.

Sackets Harbor Wins Big over hermon-dekalb 66-36


Hermon DeKalb’s Breanna Harrington (12) makes a shot over a swarming Sackets Harbor defense. The Patriots gained a huge lead early and kept the momentum going to win 66-36. Harrington led Hermon-DeKalb with 19 points, followed by teammate Miranda White with nine.  (Cody Hartle photo)  Game Gallery

A Sackets Harbor attacker leaps over Hermon-DeKalb’s Brooke Reed (2) to increase the Patriots’ lead.  Sackets Harbor’s top scorers included Hailey Martin with 17 points and Jaime Lynn Mendleson with 16 points.

brushton-moira pulls away for 42-33 win OVER LARRIES


Brushton-Moira’s Alexis Poirier (2) slips through three St. Lawrence Central defenders to score off the quick jump shot to extend the Brushton-Moira lead to 10 points over the Larries late in the fourth quarter. The Panthers surged in the fourth period to capture the 42-33 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

St. Lawrence Central’s Breana Evans (5) leaps over two Brushton-Moira defenders to score off the layup.

Bears Cruise past otsdam to remain central leader

Canton freshman Mary Lobdell (30) dribbles around pressure from Potsdam’s Sierra Cummings (32) in the second half of play on Thursday. The Golden Bears took down the Sandstoners 74-14 behind an 18-point effort from Katie Flanagan (11), while Katie Furnia (24) and Katie Chisholm (10) added 11 and 10, respectively. Canton remains undefeated with a 10-0 record in league play and atop the Central Division standings. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

Bears guard Janet Beaudin drives through the lane and puts a shot up over a Sandstoner Sierra Cummings.  The senior tallied four points to help Canton defeat Potsdam.

mccormick nets her 2000th career point in victory


Heuvelton’s Paige McCormick (15) leaps over two Chateaugay defenders to snatch the rebound and a putback to score her 2,000th varsity career point in the third quarter. McCormick drained 21 points in the game to guide Heuvelton to a 60-29 victory over Chateaugay in their annual Coaches vs. Cancer game.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Chateaugay’s Jennifer Jones (12) fires a three-pointer over Heuvelton defender Alex Steele (10) to cut into the Heuvelton lead in the second quarter.  McCormick now 2,011 points, fourth all-time in Section X behind Malone's Missy West 2,605 (1992-96), Brushton-Moira's Cortney Poirier 2,076 (2002-2006) and Norwood-Norfolk's Patty Myers 2,014 (1982-1985).  Her sister Madison added 20 points in the Heuvelton win, their 43rd in a row.  Danielle Cook delivered 12 points for Chateaugay.

 

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

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2016

Don Petty Memorial Tournament in Canton
AuSable Valley 77, St. Lawrence Ctl. 56 (consol.)
Hammond 53, Canton 42 (championship)
Cindy Brady Tournament in Heuvelton
Alexandria Bay 54, Lisbon 38 (consolation)
Heuvelton 74, Colton-Pierrepont 36 (championship)
Non League
Harrisville 43, South Lewis 27
Tupper Lake 34, Schroon Lake 21
Northeastern Clinton 52, Chateaugay 43

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2016

St. Regis Falls Heather Provost Tournament
Parishville-Hopkinton 52, Salmon River 44 (consol)
Norwood-Norfolk 38, St. Regis Falls 27 (champion)
Don Petty Tournament in Canton
Hammond 61, AuSable Valley 46 (semifinal)
Canton 75, St. Lawrence Central 18 (semifinal)
Cindy Brady Tournament in Heuvelton
Colton-Pierrepont 50, Alexandria Bay 26 (semifinal)
Heuvelton 86, Lisbon 20 (semifinal)
Non League
Tupper Lake 21, Lake Placid 16

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2016

Gouverneur Holiday Tournament
Beaver River 53, Harrisville 24 (consolation)
Edwards-Knox 43, Gouverneur 42 (championship)
NEC Tournament
Malone 51, Plattsburgh 26 (consolation)
Northeastern Clinton 61, Massena 46 (championp)
St. Regis Falls Heather Provost Tournament
Norwood-Norfolk 54, Salmon River 43 (semifinal)
St. Regis Falls 49, Parishville-Hopkinton 38 (semi)

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2016

Jefferson Community College Invitational
Immaculate Heart 53, Madrid-Waddington 38
Gouverneur Holiday Tournament
Edwards-Knox 51, Beaver River 39 (semifinal)
Gouverneur 76, Harrisville 21 (semifinal)
NAC Tournament
Massena 47, Plattsburgh 38 (first round)
Northeastern Clinton 46, Malone 26 (first round)
Non League
Saranac Lake 40, Tupper Lake 35

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2016

Watertown Savings Bank Tournament at JCC
Thousand Islands 57, Madrid-Waddington 39

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2016

Ben Cordwell Tournament in Ogdensburg
Madrid-Waddington 54, St. Lawrence 29 (consol.)
Hammond 60, Ogdensburg 41 (championship)

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2016

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 37, Colton-Pierrepont 31
West Division
Edwards-Knox 77, Clifton-Fine 21
Ben Cordwell Tournament in Ogdensburg
Hammond 35, Madrid-Waddington 33
Ogdensburg 59, St. Lawrence Central 52
Non League
Norwood-Norfolk 39, Potsdam 20

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2016

Non League
Watertown 45, Hermon-DeKalb 28

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 41, Brushton-Moira 32
Central Division
Gouverneur 65, Potsdam 11
Ogdensburg 44, Malone 42
St. Lawrence Central 57, Salmon River 42
Canton 48, Massena 44
West Division
Hammond 89, Lisbon 17
Heuvelton 68, Harrisville 5
Edwards-Knox 61, Clifton-Fine 34
Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 48, Parishville-Hopkinton 35

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2016

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 45, Tupper Lake 24
Madrid-Waddington 64, St. Regis Falls 26

Ogdensburg fends off
st. lawrence central 59-52


Ogdensburg’s Taylor Perry (14) powers past a St. Lawrence Central defender to score a layup and draw the foul, building a  five-point lead midway through the first quarter. Ogdensburg led by six points at halftime and held off St. Lawrence Central in the second half for a 59-52 victory in the Ben Cordwell Tournament.  (Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Breana Evans (5) battles her way between two Ogdensburg defenders to make the jump shot and chip into the Blue Devils' lead at the end of the first quarter.   O.F.A. built its lead on 22-for-33 free-throw shooting.  The Blue Devils were led by Matti Hough with 19 points, while Chelsea Raven added 12, along with six assists.  For St. Lawrence, Maggie Yandohn netted a game-best 22 points, while Bailee Gauthier tossed in 11 points.

CHATEAUGAY GIRLS STAY UNBEATEN, TOPPING B-M 41-32


Chateaugay’s Jennifer Jones (12) and teammate Morgan Thomas (15) rise above a Brushton-Moira defender for a rebound in the fourth quarter. The Bulldogs were able to hold onto their late lead, despite a strong Brushton-Moira press and comeback attempt, to defeat the Panthers 41-32.  (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery

Brushton-Moira's Madison Rowe (5) pressures Chateaugay's Alicia Cook (11) along the sideline.  The Lady Panthers showed determination in a comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, but came up short.  Cook led all scorers with 13 points, while Rachel Young added 11 for the Bulldogs.  Rowe notched 12 points for the Panthers, but several key free throws (5-for-8 in the final period) from Chateaugay, as well as a tough full-court press, was enough to keep Brushton-Moira at bay.

norwood-norfolk defeats tupper lake 'jacks 45-24


Norwood-Norfolk’s Shannyn St. Andrews (15) shoots over the double coverage from Tupper Lake’s Katherine Zurek (30) and Sophia Martin (20) to score the distance two-point jumper, extending the Flyers' lead at the beginning of the third quarter. Norwood-Norfolk defeated the Lumberjacks 45-24. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Tupper Lake’s Mya Landry (15) steals the ball from Norwood-Norfolk’s Emma Schiavone (2) and charges toward the basket.  The Flyers broke open a close 27-22 lead through three quarters with a decisive 16-2 streak in the fourth frame to down the visiting Lumberjacks.  Madison Seguin led the Flyers with 17 points, including four buckets from beyond the arc.  Kassey Northrop added eight points.  For Tupper Lake, Zurek scored 14 points, while Sophia Martin chipped in five points.

Flyers sink sandstoners
39-20 in Central action

Norwood-Norfolk sophomore Maycee Ward (10) drives through Potsdam defenders to the hoop for two points on Thursday night. The Flyers took an 11-2 run into the second quarter and never looked back on their way to a 39-20 victory at Potsdam. Seguin tallied 14 points and Cummings had 8 as the Flyers improve to the .500 mark at 2-2. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Sierra Cummings (32) lays in a basket during the third quarter of plays.  Emma Schiavone, Kassey Northrup and Shannyn St. Andrews put up five points apiece for the Flyers.  Sierra Cummings led the Sandstoners with eight points.

OGDENSBURG SQUEEZES 44-42 WIN ON THE ROAD AT MALONE


Ogdensburg’s Chelsey Raven (31) wins the opening tipoff to begin the Central Division battle in Malone on Tuesday evening. The junior forward finished with 24 points. Teammate Taylor Perry (14) tallied another 11 for the Blue Devils as they held off the Huskies unbeaten atop the Central Division at 4-0. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

Malone’s Hayley Lewis (14) reaches out to contest a shot by O..F.A.’s Taylor Perry (14).  Lewis totaled 22 points, while Denelle Sauve (42) was good for another seven points on the Malone side, but the Huskies' late comeback came up just short. The Huskies dropped to 2-3 in the Central Division.

2ND QUARTER SURGE CARRIES LARRIEs OVER sHAMROCKS 


St. Lawrence Central’s Breana Evans (5) breaks away from Salmon River defender Jillian Benedict (3) to sink the open layup and extend the Larries' lead in the second quarter.  The Shamrocks posed a comeback attempt in the second half. However, St. Lawrence Central went on to pick up the 57-42 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Salmon River’s Lauren Martin (11) steals the ball from a St. Lawrence Central defender to regain possession under the Shamrocks' basket. Bailee Gauthier led the scoring for the Larries with 20 points, followed by teammate Maggie Yandoh with 10 points.

HEUVELTON dominates lisbon in brady tournament


Alexandria attacker Karoline Nelson (20) fights her way past a Colton-Pierrepont defender Katie Cary (30). After a tight first half, the Colts jumped on the Purple Ghosts to start the second half. Colton-Pierrepont pulled away for a 50-26 victory in the semifinals of the Cindy Brady Holiday Tournament at Heuvelton.  (Jim Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

c-p colts run away from ALEXANDRIA in 2nd half 50-26


Colton’s Madison Gregg (11) aggressively defends against advancing Alexandria attacker Karoline Nelson. After a tight first half, the Colts jumped on the Purple Ghosts to start the second half. Colton-Pierrepont pulled away for a 50-26 victory in the semifinals of the Cindy Brady Holiday Tournament. (Jim Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

CANTON LADY Bears shine in tourney opener vs. LARRIES


Katelyn Flanagan cuts through defenders in the paint on her way to the hoop in the second quarter versus St. Lawrence Central. She led all players with 20 points, 14 of which came in the first half. Canton’s dominant offense was well-balanced as seven players notched over 5 points each. The Larries were led by Maggi Yandoh, who tallied 4 points in the contest. The Golden Bears won 75-18 as they look to go back-to-back while they advance to the Don Petty Championship Game. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Brianna Evans (5) drives baseline in the first half vs. the Golden Bears. In the semifinal matchup, the Larries were held scoreless through the first quarter, but were able to put together 18 points in the remaining of the game.

Hammond advances in petty TOURNEY over ausable 61-46


A combined effort from Alyson Crosby (23), Logan Green (10) and Meghan Vollmer (21) swat away a layup attempt by AuSable Valley’s Kourtney Keenan at the rim. The Red Devils jumped to a 35-15 lead at the half, after Sierra Fleming (50) scored 23 points through the first two quarters.  The Patriots displayed a strong second half behind a seven-point half for Addyson Strong (1).  However, Green hit two key three-pointers in the second half to counter the AuSable Valley rally. Hammond prevailed 61-46. They advance to the Don Petty Championship game tomorrow at 7:15 against Canton. (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Sierra Fleming (50) leads a fast break in the first half vs. Ausable Valley, as a Patriots defender races to catch up and Hammond’s Crosby (23) trails the play. Fleming totaled 31 points in the contest, 23 of which came in the first half. Crosby forged the offense in the second half with 10 points, 15 in total.

cOUGARS WIN TOURNAMENT AGAINsT WILDCATS 43-42

Edwards-Knox's Koryn Rowe (4) shoots toward the basket over the head of Gouverneur's Jackie Storrin (11) in the championship game of the Gouverneur Holliday Tournament. The Wildcats got an early lead and kept that momentum through the first half, but the Cougars quickly came back in a seesaw battle that ended up with Gouverneur missing a basket at the buzzer, giving Edwards-Knox the tournament trophy.  (Cody Hartle photo)  Game GalleryGouverneur's Tori Hartle (5) and Elaina Porter (3) block an attempted shot by Edward-Knox's Riannon Holly (32) early in the second quarter.

Beaver River Pounds harrisville in consolation

Beaver River's Emma Puddington (21) shoots over Harrisville's Allyson Hall (20) early in the second quarter of play in the consolation game at Gouverneur's Holliday Tournament. The Beaver's held the lead early and kept the momentum to beat the Pirates 53-24. (Cody Hartle photo) Game Gallery Harrisville's Jackie LaPlatney (35) shoots over a Beaver River defender towards the end of the second quarter.

hammond'S BIG RALLY BEATS JACKETS in final seconds


Hammond’s Sierra Fleming (23) leaps past Madrid-Waddington defender Danielle Hough (1) to score and cut into the Jackets' lead in the fourth quarter. Madrid-Waddington carried a 15-point lead.  However, Fleming scored the game-winning basket with 3.4 seconds left as Hammond battled back to capture the 35-33 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Madrid-Waddington’s Danielle Hough (1) skies above two Hammond defenders to sink a three-point jump shot in the fourth quarter in the semifinals of the Ben Cordwell Tournament in Ogdensburg.  Fleming tallied 15 points, while Alyson Crosby added 11 points for the Red Devils.  Sydney Hosmer paced Madrid-Waddington with 10 points.

 

Games of Weeks 1-3: November 22-December 17, 2016

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 52, Colton-Pierrepont 28
Brushton-Moira 54, St. Regis Falls 37
Madrid-Waddington 66, Tupper Lake 23
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 43, Potsdam 19
Massena 69, Malone 60 (OT)
Canton 60, Salmon River 10
Ogdensburg 58, Gouverneur 54
West Division
Harrisville 57, Hermon-DeKalb 50
Edwards-Knox 75, Lisbon 29
Heuvelton 55, Hammond 52

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2016

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 47, Parishville-Hopkinton 16

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2016

East Division
Brushton-Moira 36, Tupper Lake 22
Madrid-Waddington 61, Parishville-Hopkinton 29
Central Division
Canton 40, Malone 36
Salmon River 34, Potsdam 16
West Division
Hammond 81, Hermon-DeKalb 43
Heuvelton 62, Edwards-Knox 44
Clifton-Fine 44, Lisbon 31

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2016

Non League
Copenhagen 35, Harrisville 22
Chateaugay 41, St. Lawrence Central 28

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2016

Harrisville Tournament
Lowville 69, Harrisville 31 (consolation)

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2016

East Division
St. Regis Falls 55, Colton-Pierrepont 48
Madrid-Waddington 53, Norwood-Norfolk 25
Central Division
Ogdensburg 58, Salmon River 34
Malone 55, Gouverneur 33
Massena 58, St. Lawrence Central 40
West Division
Edwards-Knox 55, Hermon-DeKalb 28
Heuvelton 86, Clifton-Fine 23
Harrisville Tournament

LaFargeville 46, Harrisville 30 (semifinal)

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2016

East Division
Brushton-Moira 39, Parishville-Hopkinton 24

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 54, Tupper Lake 19

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2016

East Division
Chateaugay 43, Parishville-Hopkinton 20
St. Regis Falls 23, Tupper Lake 19
Madrid-Waddington 67, Colton-Pierrepont 35
Central Division
Massena 40, Salmon River 33
Malone 58, St. Lawrence Central 44
Ogdensburg 63, Potsdam 33
Canton 56, Gouverneur 31
West Division
Heuvelton 87, Lisbon 25
Edwards-Knox 67, Harrisville 19
Hermon-DeKalb 53, Clifton-Fine 51

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2016

East Division
Brushton-Moira 32, Norwood-Norfolk 26

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2016

Non League
Glens Falls 45, Canton 38
Hammond 65, Malone 16
Potsdam 30, Lisbon 20
Whitesboro 65, Ogdensburg 35

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2016

Non League
Ogdensburg 48, Plattsburgh 23

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2016

Madrid-Waddington Tournament
Tupper Lake 27, Clifton-Fine 19 (consolation)
Madrid-Wadd. 52, Brushton-Moira 34 (championship)
Non League
Gouverneur 61, Alexandria Bay 14

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 3016

Non League
Colton-Pierrepont 39, Lisbon 32
Norwood-Norfolk 46, Massena 45

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2016

West Division
Hammond 74, Harrisville 20
Madrid-Waddington Tournament
Madrid-Waddington 60, Tupper Lake 20
Brushton-Moira 67, Clifton-Fine 29
Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 60, Parishville-Hopkinton 21
Canton 2, Indian River 0 (forfeit: ineligible player)

 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2016

Non League
Brushton-Moira 35, Potsdam 7

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2016

Saranac  Central Chiefs Tournament
Heuvelton 61, Saranac Central 37 (championship)

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2016

Saranac  Central Chiefs Tournament
Heuvelton 56, Northeastern Clinton 38 (semifinal)

brushton-moira claims DEFENSIVE WIN VS. potsdam


Brushton-Moira’s Alicia Mitchell (5) battles her way through two Potsdam defenders to create an open shot and extend the Panther lead in midway through the second quarter. Brushton-Moira’s Paige Cox scored 14 points, while Alex Poirier drained nine points, as Brushton-Moira opened their season with a 35-7 win.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Josie Brusso (15) steals the ball from Brushton-Moira’s Paige Cox (3) to regain possession near their basket.  Three players all scored two points for Potsdam.

hermon-dekalb pulls away from parishville-hopkinton


Hermon-DeKalb’s Melinda Elwell (10) cuts through two Parishville-Hopkinton defenders to earn an open shot at the basket, extending the H-D lead in the second quarter. The Green Demons pulled away from the Panthers in the second half to capture the 60-21 victory to begin the season. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Megan Converse (5) attempts a shot, but is blocked by Hermon-DeKalb’s Paige Hamilton (14) early in the second quarter. Bre Harrington led the way scoring 28 points for the Green Demons, followed by Miranda White who drained 16 points.  For the Panthers, Taylor Scovil, Amanda Mason and Chelsea Dunning each delivered five points.

Canton pulls away from Gouverneur for 56-31 win


Canton’s Sabrina Reed (21) cuts between Gouverneur defenders Tori Hartle (5) and Elaina Porter (3) to score early in the first quarter, extending the Golden Bears' early lead.  After Gouverneur went ahead 11-8, Canton scored the final eight points of the first quarter, then held off the Wildcats for a 56-31 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

Gouverneur’s Tori Hartle (5) battles past Canton’s Janet Beaudin (22) to regain possession of the ball under the Wildcat basket.  Beaudin netted 18 points, while Katelyn Flanagan tallied 11 points to lead the Bears. Maggie Smith combined with Beaudin for 14 points in the final quarter, as the Bears pulled away. Porter led the Wildcats with nine points. 

Jackets take home tourney crown beating panthers


Brushton-Moira guard Paige Cox (1) makes a diving effort to regain possession while Madrid-Waddington’s Sydney Hosmer (3) tries to shield her off.  The Yellow Jackets won the championship of their tournament behind Hannah Marcellus' 17 points. Morgan Burns put up another 16 points to help guide the Yellow Jackets past the Panthers 52-34.  (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery

Brushton-Moira’s Madison Rowe (5) and Yellow Jacket sophomore guard Kellsie Tiernan (11) challenge each other for possession. For the Panthers, Alicia Mitchell chipped in nine points and Myah King garnered six points for the second-place finish in the Madrid-Waddington tourney.

IN CLOSE QUARTERS: TIGHT HOOPS CONTESTS DEC, 16

HEUVELTON 55, HAMMOND 52
In a key early-season matchup, Hammond put Heuvelton in a 42-37 hole after three quarters, but the two-time defending state champions engineered an 18-10 final quarter to emerge with a 55-52 victory and extend its unbeaten streak to 37 games. The top scorers from each side contributed nearly equal points. Heuvelton’s Paige McCormick and Hammond’s Alison Crosby matched 18 points each to lead their respective teams. Hammond’s Sierra Fleming chipped in 17 points. Heuvelton’s Madison McCormick recorded 16 points, while Alex Steele dropped in 15 points.

MASSENA 69, MALONE 60 (OT)
After tying 54-54 through regulation, Massena outscored Malone 15-6 in overtime to beat the Huskies 69-60 and remain undefeated at 3-0 in the Central Division (3-1 overall). Massena scoring leaders included Lexis Jacobs with 17 points, Alyssa Eubank with 16 and Novaleigh LeGrow contributing 13 points. Malone’s Hayley Lewis provided a game-best19 points, while Brenna Hudson chipped in 12 points and Haley Raville knocked down 11 points.

OGDENSBURG 58, GOUVERNEUR 54
Chelsea Raven’s 19-point performance paced Ogdensburg in out dueling Gouverneur 58-54. Taylor Perry netted 12 points and Mattilynne Hough dropped in 10 points for O.F.A. Gouverneur was led with matching 14-point games from Jackie Storrin and Elaina Porter, while Marina Wood chipped in 12 points.

HARRISVILLE 57, HERMON-DEKALB 50
Harrisville captured its first league win of the season, already matching last year’s total, beating Hermon-DeKalb 57-50 behind a 17-point outpouring from Cali Moore. Delanie Baker and Hannah LaPlatney added 12 points apiece for the Pirates. Hermon-DeKalb’s Breanna Harrington led all scorers with 18 points, while Miranda White tossed in 13 points and Brooke Reed contributed 11.

norwood-norfolk beats parishville-hopkinton 47-16


Norwood-Norfolk’s Kassey Northrop (21) reaches over a Parishville-Hopkinton defender to score and extend the Flyers' lead to 20 points over Parishville-Hopkinton in the third quarter. Norwood-Norfolk picked up its first East Division victory and second of the season, defeating the Panthers 47-16.  (Cody Hartle photo) Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Clare Snell (4) battles her way through three Norwood-Norfolk defenders to score in the third quarter.  Snell led the Panthers with seven points.  The Flyers' Maddie Sequin led all scorers with 18 points, while Emma Schiavone popped in 14 points in the win.

CANTON EDGES MALONE 40-36 IN BATTLE OF UNBEATENS


Canton guard Katelyn Flanagan (11) changes direction on Malone defender Hayley Lewis (14) and races inside for the shot.  Flanagan scored 10 points for the Bears who held on to beat Malone 40-36.  Lewis led all scorers with 14 points.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

In a very scrappy defensive game, both teams struggled to gain offensive rhythm.  At the half, Canton led 11-10, with just one basket scored by each team in the second quarter, surrounded by a slew of foul shots. Malone gained a 25-24 edge after three quarters. Canton opened the fourth quarter on a pivotal 9-2 run that jump-started the win and remain unbeaten in league play. Maggie Smith led the Golden Bears with 11 points.  For the Huskies, Brooke Myers scored nine.

Members of the Canton boys basketball, hockey and wrestling teams, along with other members of the student body were out in force to support the Lady Bears' win.

ST. REGIS' SUSICE HITS 1,000TH POINT IN 55-48 WIN VS. COLTS


St. Regis Falls' Jenna Susice fires up her 1,000th career point in the Saints' 55-48 win over Colton-Pierrepont.  Susice led the Saints with 16 points.  The Saints bounced back from a 39-34 deficit to start the fourth quarter, outscoring the Colts 21-9 in the final eight minutes to win.  (Photo provided)

brushton-moira pulls away from parishville-hopkinton


Brushton-Moira’s Myah King wraps around two Parishville-Hopkinton defenders to earn the quick layup extending their lead to ten points in the first quarter.  Brushton-Moira pulled away in the second half to pick up a 39-24 East Division victory. King lead the B-M Panthers in scoring with 10 points. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Abigail White (1) fires the jump shot over Brushton-Moira defender Paige Cox (2) to sink the three-point shot in the first quarter.  Madison added nine points for B-M.  Clare Snell led Parishville-Hopkinton with 10 points, while Jessica Mitch struck for six points.

TUPPER LAKE BEATS C-F eagles in m-w consolation


Senior Tupper Lake forward Katie Zurek (30) drives past Clifton-Fine’s Rachel Milone (15) en route to the basket.  Zurek finished the game with 18 points as the Lumberjacks took the Madrid-Waddington consolation game 27-19. Sophomore Sophia Martin also notched five points in the winning effort. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

Clifton-Fine's Makenna Hitchman (5) goes up for the layin in the first quarter of play vs. Tupper Lake. For the Eagles, Rachel Milone tallied 10 points, while Erica LeRoux added four.