Division Champions Showdown: Canton Beats Edwards-Knox 43-38

2018-19 SECTION X GIRLS BASKETBALL
Final Standings & Non League Records

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


Lisbon’s Kallie Wood (10) breaks inside Harrisville defender Bayleigh Spencer (5) to score and chip into the Pirates' lead midway through the third quarter. The Pirates picked up the 52-35 West Division victory over the Golden Knights. They were led on the floor by Torie Moore who drained 20 points in the game.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

 

Games of Weeks 10-11: January 28-February 11, 2019

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2019

Non League
Malone 66, AuSable Valley 24

 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2019

Non League
Canton 43, Edwards-Knox 38

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2019

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 69, Norwood-Norfolk 49
Colton-Pierrepont 47, St. Regis Falls 24
Central Division
Ogdensburg 49, Massena 40
West Division
Hammond 49, Hermon-DeKalb 42

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 77, St. Regis Falls 33
Colton-Pierrepont 36, Tupper Lake 16
Central Division
Gouverneur 61, Salmon River 12
West Division
Harrisville 70, Hermon-DeKalb 50
Hammond 95, Morristown 32

 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2019

East Division
Chateaugay 60, Tupper Lake 22
Madrid-Waddington at Norwood-Norfolk, ppd. to 2/9
St. Regis Falls at Colton-Pierrepont, ppd. to 2/9
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 49, Ogdensburg 42
Canton 54, Massena 49
Malone 51, Potsdam 24
Salmon River at Gouverneur, ppd. to 2/8
West Division
Edwards-Knox 73, Lisbon 30
Heuvelton 69, Harrisville 58
Morristown at Hammond, ppd. to 2/8

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2019

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 80, Parishville-Hopkinton 37
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 42, Potsdam 30
Malone 62, Salmon River 8
West Division
Harrisville 52, Lisbon 35

 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2019

East Division
Tupper Lake at Colton-Pierrepont, ppd. to 2/6
Central Division
Canton 50, Gouverneur 37
Massena at Ogdensburg, ppd. to 2/11
West Division
Edwards-Knox 80, Morristown 28

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2019

Central Division
Gouverneur 47, Massena 37

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2019

Non League
Heuvelton 66, St. Regis Falls 34
Tupper Lake at Hammond ppd. 

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2019

Central Division
Gouverneur 51, St. Lawrence Central 47
West Division
Edwards-Knox 49, Harrisville 28
Non League
Massena 58, Indian River 50

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2019

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 54, St. Regis Falls 40
Colton-Pierrepont 34, Chateaugay 29
Madrid-Waddington 70, Tupper Lake 15
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 53, Salmon River 18
Malone 56, Gouverneur 35
Ogdensburg 49, Canton 38
Massena 53, Potsdam 35
West Division
Edwards-Knox 65, Hammond 48
Hermon-DeKalb 53, Lisbon 19
Non League

Morristown 42, Alexandria 38
Harrisville at Belleville-Henderson, canceled

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2019

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 44, Tupper Lake 34
Madrid-Waddington 39, Colton-Pierrepont 10
Central Division
Canton 52, Potsdam 36
Gouverneur at Massena, ppd.
West Division
Heuvelton 55, Morristown 36
Non League
Chateaugay 41, Salmon River 33

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2019

East Division
St. Regis Falls 43, Parishville-Hopkinton 41
Central Division

Canton at Potsdam, ppd.
West Division
Edwards-Knox at Harrisville (at CF), ppd.

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2019

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 64, Tupper Lake 22
Madrid-Waddington 46, Chateaugay 26
Central Division
Massena 63, Salmon River 11
Ogdensburg 47, Potsdam 32
St. Lawrence Central 59, Gouverneur 54
Canton 55, Malone 42
West Division
Heuvelton 52, Lisbon 21
Hammond 56, Harrisville 55
Non League
LaFargeville 56, Hermon-DeKalb 43

O.F.A. PULLS AWAY IN 3RD QUARTER to BEAT POTSDAM


Ogdensburg's Mattilynne Hough (21) kisses the ball of glass for two points to extend the Blue Devils' lead in the second half. Ogdensburg claimed a 47-32 win over Potsdam. Ogdensburg was led by Hailey Reed with 13 points and Mattilynne Hough with 12 points. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery


Potsdam's Seirra Cummings (23) swings the ball on offense in the Sandstoners surge.  Ogdensburg opened a 26-18 halftime lead and fended off three Potsdam attempts to close the gap, then pulled away for a 41-24 lead at the end of the third quarter. Josie Brusso topped the Sandstoner score sheet with nine points, while Luca Pecora and Julia Basford finished with five points each.

Hermon-DeKalb falls to LaFargeville non-league


Hermon-DeKalb’s Miranda White (44) sinks the three-pointer to tie the game against LaFargeville in the first quarter.  Key free-throw shooting in the second half allowed LaFargeville to pull away from Hermon-DeKalb in the final three minutes of an otherwise close three-point game 56-43. (Josh Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

LaFargeville’s Abigail Gaumes nets the ball from a six-foot baseline jumper. Rachel Davis connected for 19 points, while Lizzy Soluri led LaFargeville with 18 points, all from beyond the arc. Haile Bouchey produced a game-high 21 points for the Green Demons, while Brooke Reed tossed down eight points and Miranda White added six.

harrisville pulls away from lisbon in 52-35 win


Lisbon’s Kallie Wood (10) breaks inside Harrisville defender Bayleigh Spencer (5) to score and chip into the Pirates' lead midway through the third quarter. The Pirates picked up the 52-35 West Division victory over the Golden Knights. They were led on the floor by Torie Moore who drained 20 points in the game.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Harrisville’s Lydia Kerr (11) battles her way through two Lisbon defenders to score off the fade-away jump shot to extend the Pirates' lead to seven points late in the third quarter. Kerr scored 19 points in the game for the Pirates. Leading the way for the Golden Knights was Alana McKee who downed 14 points.

HERMON-DEKALB POWERS PAST LISBON IN 53-19 VICTORY


Hermon-DeKalb’s Brooke Reed (13) connects on a fall-away lay-in, widening the the Green Demons' lead to 12 points early in the 3rd quarter.  Hermon-DeKalb jumped to a 16-5 lead in the first quarter and led 23-11 at the half. But the Green Demons piled up a 24-3 margin in the third quarter to seal up a 53-19 home win. H-D netted 10-of-12 free throws in the pivotal third quarter, compared with 0-for-3 in the rest of the contest. (Josh Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Adrian Duvall (21) nets the hoop for two points.  H-D’s Brooke Reed led all scorers with 20 points, including 8-for-12 from the free-throw line. Miranda White contributed 15 points, including three 3-pointers. Lisbon’s Alexa McKee netted seven points, while Duvall chipped in five points.

canton PULLS AWAY FROM potsdam IN 4TH Qtr. 52-36


Canton’s Mary Lobdell (14) skies inside for the layup and sinks it against Potsdam's Sierra Cummings (23), giving the Golden Bears a 10-point lead over Potsdam.  Canton went on to beat the Sandstoners 52-36 in Central Division action. (Josh Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam's Sierra Cummings (23) shoots from the paint and nets two points, reducing Canton's lead to eight.  But that's as close as Potsdam would get.  In a slow-paced fourth quarter, Canton outscored Potsdam 11-5 to seal the win.  Gretchen Warner's 13 points and 10 points for Katie Chisholm led the way for Canton.  Luca Pecora scored 12 points and Cummings scored 11 for the Sandstoners.

Canton down Malone 55-42 to stay unbeaten in central


Canton’s Mary Lobdell (14) shoots from the pain line and sinks it in fourth-quarter action against Malone.  Sarah Sieminski led Canton with 20 points, including four three-pointers before the half, power the Golden Bears to a 55-42 win.  (Josh Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Malone’s Adriana Perez (11) lays up two points for the Huskies. Mary Lobdell added 10 and Emily Wentworth nine points for the Golden Bears. Hailey Raville and Leah Gallagher each tossed in 13 points to lead Malone.

 

 

 

Games of Weeks 7-9: January 7-26, 2019

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 2019

Central Division
Ogdensburg 56, Salmon River 23
Non League
Madrid-Waddington 50, Lisbon 25
Indian River 69, Norwood-Norfolk 22
Canton 46, Northern Adirondack 38

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 2019

East Division
Chateaugay 62, Norwood-Norfolk 53 (OT)
Central Division
Malone 42, St. Lawrence Central 40
Non League
Colton-Pierrepont 31, Salmon River 26

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2019

Non League
Malone 50, Saranac Central 47 (OT)
Northern Adirondack 46, Chateaugay 33
Norwood-Norfolk 46, St. Lawrence Central 39
Tupper Lake 43, Salmon River 39 (OT)
Harrisville at Belleville-Henderson, ppd. 1/31
Heuvelton at St. Regis Falls, ppd. to 2/2

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 2019

Hermon-DeKalb Tournament
Immaculate Heart 46, Morristown 28 (consolation)
Potsdam 52, Hermon-DeKalb 45 (championship)

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 2019

Non League
LaFargeville 53, Morristown 30
Malone 58, Hammond 51
Lake Placid 46, Tupper Lake 39
Norwood-Norfolk 45, Potsdam 33

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 2019

East Division
St. Regis Falls 42, Tupper Lake 20
Chateaugay 44, Parishville-Hopkinton 28
Central Division
Gouverneur 66, Salmon River 25

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2019

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 37, Colton-Pierrepont 31
Central Division
Potsdam 38, Salmon River 36
Gouverneur 50, Ogdensburg 43
West Division
Edwards-Knox 55, Hermon-DeKalb 19
Heuvelton 76, Hammond 69
Lisbon 29, Morristown 20
Non League
Canton 54, General Brown 46
Madrid-Waddington 62, Harrisville 51

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2019

Central Division
Massena 51, Malone 38
Non League
Lisbon 41, Alexandria 34

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2019

Central Division
Ogdensburg 56, Salmon River 6
Non League
Watertown 53, Potsdam 30
Gouverneur 73, Lisbon 24
Massena 65, Norwood-Norfolk 31
Edwards-Knox 61, Colton-Pierrepont 14

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 2019

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 64, Chateaugay 12
Central Division
Canton 64, Salmon River 18
Non League
Hammond 65, Immaculate Heart 36
Saranac Lake 45, Tupper Lake 15
St. Lawrence Central 47, Hermon-DeKalb 33
LaFargeville 48, Harrisville 35

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 2019

Coaches vs. Cancer at St. Lawrence Central
St. Lawrence Central 54, St. Regis Falls 31
Hermon-DeKalb Tournament
Potsdam 48, Immaculate Heart 47 (semifinal)
Hermon-DeKalb 49, Morristown 34 (semifinal/lg.)

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 2019

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 28, Colton-Pierrepont 14
Chateaugay 39, St. Regis Falls 14
Central Division
Gouverneur 56, Potsdam 20
Malone 49, Ogdensburg 36
Massena 46, St. Lawrence Central 39
West Division
Hammond 64, Lisbon 36
Edwards-Knox 56, Heuvelton 29
Non League
Morristown 43, Alexandria 30

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 2019

East Division
Madrid-Waddington at Norwood-Norfolk, ppd.
West Division
Harrisville 64, Hermon-DeKalb 40
Non League
Colton-Pierrepont at Salmon River, postponed

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 2019

East Division
St. Regis Falls 41, Colton-Pierrepont 25
Chateaugay 46, Tupper Lake 31
Madrid-Waddington 92, Parishville-Hopkinton 18
Central Division
Malone 57, Potsdam 20
Canton 57, Massena 41
Ogdensburg 43, St. Lawrence Central 39
Gouverneur at Salmon River, ppd.
West Division
Edwards-Knox 47, Lisbon 25
Hammond 63, Morristown 24
Heuvelton 65, Harrisville 42

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2019

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 62, Parishville-Hopkinton 37

e-k SPREADS WEST LEAD WITH 56-29 WIN VS. HEUVELTON


Edwards-Knox's Carly Frary (22) springs above Heuvelton defenders Eliza Martin (3) and Kesley Williams (33) to score a three-pointer to extend the Cougars' lead to 12 points over the Bulldogs late in the second quarter.  Edwards-Knox surged in the first half to capture the 56-29 victory over Heuvelton. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Madison McCormick (24) breaks through the Edwards-Knox defense to sink the layup and chip into the Edwards-Knox lead late in the second quarter.

Edwards-Knox continues win streak beating lisbon


Edwards-Knox's Hailey Matthews (11) drills a three-ball over Lisbon's Makenna Gray to extend the Cougars' lead in the second half.  Edwards-Knox played to a 47-25 win over Lisbon to extend their winning streak to ten games. (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Hope Walker (15) keeps control on offense, guarded by the Cougars' Dakota Matthews (5).  Edwards-Knox steadily pulled away from Lisbon. Abby Hart posted a 16-point performance, leading the Cougars to their tenth-straight win, including 6-0 in the West Division. Carly Frary added 10 points. Alexa McKee led the Golden Knights with eight points.

Heuvelton CRUISES TO 65-42 WEST WIN over Harrisville


Heuvelton's Bella Doyle (23) hits the three-pointer as the Bulldogs took off to a commanding lead in the first quarter against visiting Harrisville.  Heuvelton rolled away with a 65-42 over over the Pirates in West Division action.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Harrisville’s Lydia Kerr (11) tosses down the short jumper for two points to chip away at Heuvelton's quick lead.  Heuvelton jumped off to a 25-0 start, and a 26-5 lead aft the end of the first quarter, in piloting a 65-42 victory over an injury-depleted Harrisville team. Madison McCormick poured in a game-best 20 points, while Rayna Cameron dropped in another 11 points. The Pirates were led by Harlie Moore with 12 points and Torie Moore with 11.

malone pulls away from ogdensburg for 49-36 win


Malone’s Haley Raville (32) wraps around Ogdensburg defender Celia Henry (14) to score off the layup and extend the Huskies' lead to 10 points midway through the first quarter. The Huskies pulled away from the Blue Devils in the second half to capture a 49-36 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Riley Hough (30) just gets the layup past three Malone defenders to score and chip at the Huskies' lead  late in the first quarter.

YELLOW jackets swarm past chateaugay in 64-12 victory


Madrid-Waddington’s Morgan Burns (33) sinks the layup for two points against Chateaugay.  The Jackets jumped out to a fast 23-5 lead first-quarter lead and never looked back.  Madrid-Waddington extended its East Division lead with a 64-12 win over the Bulldogs. (Josh Wangerin) Game Gallery

Chateaugay’s Hope Jaquish runs the ball down the court to attempt the shot, but couldn’t put it in the basket, as the Bulldogs struggled against a smothering Jacket defense.  In a rare feat, all 12 Madrid-Waddington players scored points.  In the balanced attack, Emma Plumley and Stef Curran produced nine points each, while Sydney Hosmer added eight.

 Malone HOLDS OFF SURGING LARRIES FOR 42-40 VICTORY

 
Malone’s Haley Raville (32) drops in the layup giving the Huskies' a four-point lead over St Lawrence Central in the fourth quarter.  The Larries overcame an eight-point deficit in the fourth quarter, but the Huskies hung on to win 42-40.  (Josh Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

St Lawrence Central’s Abigail Lemieux (00) goes back up to make the shot for two points on the putback, narrowing the Huskies' lead.  Malone took an 18-12 lead at the half, then 30-22 lead through three quarters. But the Larries put up a good fight, outscoring Malone 18-12 in the final quarter, coming up just short. Raville led the Huskies with 18 points, while and Leah Gallagher added 13. For St. Lawrence, Maggie Yandoh led the way with 11 points.

N-n flyers fend off larries for non-league 46-39 win


Norwood-Norfolk’s Shannyn St. Andrews (15) kisses the ball off the glass for two points to keep the Flyers in control late in the second half.  The Larries rallied from a 39-26 hole in the fourth quarter, closing to within six points, but Norwood-Norfolk held on to beat St. Lawrence Central 46-39.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Maggi Yandoh (4) sinks the long jump shot to cut the Flyers' lead to six points near the end of the fourth quarter.  St. Andrews led the Flyers' balanced scoring with 12 points, while Hannah Mallette contributed 11   The Larries were led by Marissa McLean with 18 points, while Yandoh and Madison McLean chipped in eight points each. 

GALLAGHER RACKS UP 28 IN MALONE WIN OVER HAMMOND


Malone’s Madison Ansari (3) takes a jumper in the paint and sinks it, widening the lead to six points against Hammond in a non-league contest at SUNY Potsdam.  Leah Gallagher splashed a game-high 28 points in spearheading a Huskies victory, 58-51 over the Red Devils.  Haley Raville chipped in 12 points.  (Josh Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Hammond’s Avery Kenyon (11) soars up to fire off the 14-footer.  Kenyon paced the Red Devils with 17 points, while Kelsey Bennett added 15 points. Malone led 16-7 at the quarter and jumped to a 34-13 halftime lead.  However, Hammond rallied with a 24-9 run in the third quarter to chop the lead to 43-37.  Malone held off Hammond with a 15-14 advantage in the final quarter.

St. regis falls cruises past tupper lake in 42-20 victory


St. Regis Falls' Skyelin Bradford wraps around Tupper Lake's Katherine Harriman (12) to score the quick jump shot to extend the Saints' lead to 13 points midway through the third quarter. St. Regis Falls captured the 42-20 victory over Tupper Lake. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Tupper Lake's Kailyn Exware (11) dashes past St. Regis Falls defender Leah Walker (10) to score off the layup in the fourth quarter.  Bradford lead all scoring in the game with 16 points for the Saints, while Tupper Lake's Sophia Martin netted six.

GOUVERNEUR HOLDS OFF OGDENSBURG IN 50-43 VICTORY


Gouverneur's Laney Smith (5) breaks around Ogdensburg defender Katherine Rogers (12) to score the layup and extend the Wildcats lead to 10 points in the first quarter. The Wildcats finished the quarter with an 18-6 lead, en route to a 50-43 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg's Hailey Reed (23) wraps around the Gouverneur defense to deliver the layup. After Gouverneur jumped out to an 18-6 lead at the quarter, O.F.A. chipped away, including a 19-point third quarter to make the game close.  Riley Storrin paced the Wildcats with 13 points, followed by Elaina Porter's 11 points and Smith with 10.  Gabrielle Morley netted 14 points to lead O.F.A.  Emily Farrand added nine.

KELLSON, VOSS LEAD N-N FLYERS PAST C-P COLTS 37-31


Norwood-Norfolk’s Hanna Mallette (13) shoots a 12-footer and sinks it in the second quarter, leading the Flyers to a 13-8 lead over the Colts at the half.  Norwood-Norfolk would go on to beat Colton-Pierrepont 37-31.  Leading the way for Norwood-Norfolk was Kylee Kellison with 12 points and Maisie Voss with 10 points.  (Josh Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrpont’s Kaitlynn Long (15) sets up for the shot and sinks the three pointer to trim the Flyers' lead.  Long led the Colts' offense with 18 points, while Isabelle Vaccaro delivered eight points.

big 3rd quarter: Massena cruises past flyers 65-31


Massena’s Novaleigh LeGrow (22) extends the lay-up for two points, stretching the Raiders' lead to four pointd lead early in the first quarter.  After opening a 26-16 lead at the half, the Raiders exploded in a dominating 28-6 third quarter to seal up a 65-31 non-league win over Norwood-Norfolk,  (Josh Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kylee Kellison (11) sinks  three-point shot over the Red Raider defense.  Massena’s Novaleigh LeGrow splashed 20 points, while Octavia Viskovich chipped in 12 points and Tori Jacobs contributed 10. Emma Schiavone led the Flyers with 12 points.

 

 

 

Games of Weeks 5-6: Dec. 23, 2018 - January 5, 2019

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 2019

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 28, Tupper Lake 7
Non League
Chateaugay 43, Seton Catholic 39
Plattsburgh 52, Salmon River 17
Harrisville 55, Lyme 45
Hammond 65, Immaculate Heart 57

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 2019

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 63, St. Regis Falls 22
Central Division
Massena 53, Ogdensburg 48
Malone 50, Salmon River 17
Canton 52, Gouverneur 50

St. Lawrence Central 43, Potsdam 25
West Division
Harrisville 52, Lisbon 32
Heuvelton 56, Hermon-DeKalb 34

Edwards-Knox 69, Morristown 14
Non League
Chateaugay 38, Chazy 15

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 2019

Non League
Gouverneur 67, Watertown 51

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019

Central Division
Canton 63, St. Lawrence Central 26
Non League
Saranac Lake 37, St. Regis Falls 35
Sackets Harbor 46, Morristown 29

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2018

Lyme Central Tournament
Sandy Creek 44, Morristown 30 (consolation)
Harrisville 62, Lyme 42 (championship)
Chiefs Invitational at Saranac Central
Malone 46, Northern Adirondack 31 (second round)
Ichabod Crane Tournament
Canton 63, Hudson 53 (championship)

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2018

Lyme Tournament
Harrisville 59, Morristown 23 (semifinal/league)
Chiefs Invitational at Saranac Central

Massena 45, Saranac Central 43

Non League

Canton 48, Ichabod Crane 42

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2018

Cindy Brady Tournament at Heuvelton
Lisbon 27, Colton-Pierrepont 22 (consolation)
Heuvelton 74, Hermon-DeKalb 48 (championship)
Chiefs Invitational at Saranac Central
Massena 50, Northern Adirondack 46 (first round)
Saranac Central 52, Malone 45 (first round)

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2018

Cindy Brady Tournament at Heuvelton
Hermon-DeKalb 41, Colton-Pierrepont 14 (semifinal)
Heuvelton 48, Lisbon 23 (semifinal)

madrid-Waddington downs st. regis falls in 63-22 win


Madrid-Waddington's Lydia Thomas (23) breaks past St. Regis Falls defender Leah Walker (20) to score on the layup and extend the Yellowjackets' advantage midway through the third quarter.  Camryn Chester delivered 15 points to lead Madrid-Waddington to a 63-22 victory over the Saints.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

St. Regis Falls' Tori Gero (4) looks for an open teammate past Madrid-Waddington defender Lydia Thomas (23).  The current 13th state-ranked Class C Yellow Jackets also received balanced scoring from Steph Curran with 10 points and Emma Plumley with nine.  Miranda Walker led the Saints' efforts with nine points.

Heuvelton'S 3RD QUARTER RUN SINKS H-D DEMONS 74-48


Heuvelton’s Rayna Cameron (14) takes the shots jumper in the paint for two points to extend the Bulldogs' lead in the third quarter.  After dueling to a 30-30 tie at the half, Heuvelton rolled out the first 14 points of the second half and a 32-7 advantage in the third quarter en route to a 74-48 win over Hermon-DeKalb. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Hermon-DeKalb’s Brooke Reed (13) makes a fall-away jumper in the first half.  The top two scorers for Heuvelton where Madison McCormick (24) with 20 points and Rayna Cameron with 18 points.  Brooke Reed led Hermon-DeKalb with 13 points, followed by Mattie Brabaw with eight.

Lisbon PULLS AWAY FROM Colton-PierREpont 27-22


Lisbon’s Mckenna Gray (24) buckets the long two-ball to give the Golden Knights back the lead in the second half, after both teams played to a 10-10 tie at intermission.  After the Colts notched the first four points of the third quarter, Lisbon battled back and went on to win 27-22.  The top scorers for Lisbon were Alexa Mckee with nine points and Hope Walker with eight. (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Landree Chamberlain (11) hits the lay up for two points. Colton-Pierrepont was led by Kaitlynn Long with nine points.

AFTER FAST START, canton EDGES Gouverneur 52-50 


 Canton’s Catherine Chisholm (3) speed dribbles up the court to score as the Golden Bears opened up the first quarter with a bucket off the opening tip.  Canton jumped off to a fast 13-1 lead, but the Wildcats clawed back to make it a one-possession final.  Canton beat Gouverneur 52-50. Canton led 27-16 at the half.  The Bears were led by Sarah Sieminski and Emily Wentworth who scored 15 points each and Katie Chisholm who added 10.  Elaina Porter led the Cats with 17, while Riley Storrin popped in 12. (Josh Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Gouverneur’s Elaina Porter (3) hit the layup for two points and draws the foul.  (Below) Porter is honored with her parents, after surpassing the 1,000-point plateau in her varsity career.  Porter, who hit the mark in Thursday's game at Watertown, became the first Lady Wildcat to reach the mark in 25 years.

Edwards-Knox's opening run defuses rockets 69-14


Edwards-Knox’s Koryn Rowe (4) sinks the open-look shot for three points as Edwards-Knox took off on a 19-0 run to open the first half against the visiting Green Rockets. Edwards-Knox Win 69-14 over Morristown.  Rowe netted six points and 10 assists, while Abby Hart poured in 20 points, including four three-pointers in the Cougars' 69-14 win.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game  Gallery

Morristown’s Emma Showers (12) fired off a three-pointer that put the Rockets on the scoreboard.  Showers led the Rockets with nine points.  Also scoring for E-K, Carly Frary who pumped in 16 points, Lucy Frary connected for 14 points and Hailey Matthews added eight points.

canton downs st. lawrence central in 63-36 victory


Canton’s Sophie Ladouceur (42) spins past St. Lawrence Central defender Kelsey White (32) for the bucket, extending the Golden Bears big lead midway through the third quarter. A scoring surge from Canton in the first half lead the Golden Bears to a 63-26 victory over the Larries.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Mackenzie Moreau (3) breaks away from two Canton defenders to make the fade-away jump shot early in the third quarter. Leading the way for the Golden Bears -Katherine Chisholm 13 points, followed by Mary Lobdell and Emily Wentworth with 11 points each. Sarah Sieminski also drained 10 points in the game. For the Larries, Melissa McLean led all scoring with six points. Kathleen Bellinger chipped in five points on the night.

 

Games of Weeks 3-4: December 10-22, 2018

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2018

Don Petty Tournament at SUNY Canton
Beekmantown 43, St. Lawrence Central 27 (consol.)
Edwards-Knox 44, Canton 34 (championship)
Non League
Malone 57, AuSable Valley 36
Beaver River 45, Morristown 31

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2018

Ben Cordwell Tournament in Ogdensburg
Hammond 62, Norwood-Norfolk 55 (consolation)
Madrid-Waddington 30, Ogdensburg 26 (champsp)
Don Petty Tournament at SUNY Canton
Edwards-Knox 48, Beekmantown 11 (semifinal)
Canton 55, St. Lawrence Central 39 (semifinal)
Non League
Gouverneur 53, General Brown 44

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2018

Ben Cordwell Tournament in Ogdensburg
Madrid-Waddington 57, Hammond 55
Ogdensburg 52, Norwood-Norfolk 17
Non League
Potsdam 55, Parishville-Hopkinton 35
Hermon-DeKalb 50, Tupper Lake 14
Harrisville 43, Colton-Pierrepont 23

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2018

Central Division
Malone 51, Gouverneur 38
Non League
Heuvelton 68, St. Regis Falls 16

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2018

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 56, Tupper Lake 21
Chateaugay 23, Colton-Pierrepont 19
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 50, Salmon River 12
Canton 50, Ogdensburg 44
Massena 44, Potsdam 31
West Division
Edwards-Knox 68, Hammond 42
Harrisville 68, Morristown 27
Hermon-DeKalb 35, Lisbon 33 (OT)

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2018

West Division
Heuvelton 60, Morristown 34
Non League

St. Lawrence Central 49, Chateaugay 12

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2018

Central Division
Canton 64, Salmon River 20
West Division

Edwards-Knox 56, Heuvelton 28
Hammond 62, Lisbon 29
Heather Provost Tournament at St. Regis Falls
Parishville-Hopkinton 30, Tupper Lake 20 (consol.)
Norwood-Norfolk 69, St. Regis Falls 33 (champ/lg)
Harrisville Tournament

Gouverneur 56, Harrisville 50 (championship)
Non League

Indian River 60, Massena 45

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2018

Central Division
Massena 61, Salmon River 6
Ogdensburg 56, Potsdam 29
Canton 49, Malone 39
Heather Provost Tournament

Norwood-Norfolk 68, Tupper Lake 33 (semifinal)
St. Regis Falls 46, Parishville-Hopkinton 33 (semi)
Harrisville Tournament

Gouverneur 63, Lowville 58 (semifinal)
Harrisville 62, Carthage 43 (semifinal)

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2018

Non League
Madrid-Waddington 40, Lisbon 17

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2018

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 43, Colton-Pierrepont 3
Tupper Lake 41, Parishville-Hopkinton 36
Central Division

Gouverneur 74, Massena 24
Canton 58, Potsdam 31
West Division

Edwards-Knox 74, Harrisville 41
Hammond 59, Hermon-DeKalb 29
Non League

Chateaugay 35, Chazy 18

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2018

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 54, Chateaugay 42
Central Division
Malone 50, St. Lawrence Central 34
Non League
Lisbon 42, St. Regis Falls 29

LAGROW LEADS Red Raiders IN 44-31 WIN VS. Sandstoners

Massena’s Octavia Viskovich (41) lobs a shot from the top of the key after driving past Potsdam’s Keyana Johnson (35). Novaleigh LeGrow scored 14 points and Octavia Viskovich added 10 in Massena's 44-31 win at Potsdam.  Potsdam led 28-25 after three quarters of play, but Massena netted 19 in the final quarter, while holding Potsdam to just three points.  (Zach Matthie photo)  Game GalleryPotsdam’s Sierra Cummings (23) pulls up at the top of the key and shoots over Viskovich.   Josie Brusso led the Sandstoners with nine points, while Keyana Johnson and Katrina Cutler each chipped in six points.

e-k cougars net runaway 56-28 win over Heuvelton


Edwards-Knox’s Lucy Frary (3) takes the jump shot from the free-throw line over Heuvelton defender Bella Doyle (23) to score the distant two-pointer to extend the Cougars' lead to 10 points over the Bulldogs midway through the first quarter.  E-K went on to beat Heuvelton in a runaway 56-28 win.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Kelsey Williams (33) splits through the Edwards-Knox defense to make the short jumper to cut the Cougars' lead to two points midway through the first quarter.  Abby Hart posted 14 points to lead the Cougars, while Lucy Frary added 11.  Madison McCormick led the Bulldogs with 10 points.

RED RAIDER DEFENSE STIFLES SALMON RIVER IN 61-6 WIN


Massena’s Octavia Viskovich (41) powers her way past Salmon River’s Kahnekahawi (13) and lays in the ball for two points.  Viskovich scored a game-best 17 points, leading the Raiders to a 61-6 victory over the Shamrocks.  (Zachary Matthie photo)  Game Gallery 

Salmon River’s Jillian Benedict (3) dribbles around the arc against Massena’s Rhea Beautista (12), trying to find an opening in the Raiders' tight defense.  Also leading a balanced Red Raider offense were Megan Eddy and Tsiako David with eight points each.

BENNETT, KENYON SCORE BIG; HAMMOND ROUTS LISBON 62-29

Hammond's Avery Kenyon (11) leads the attack after a steal then hits the layup over Lisbon's Alexa McKee.  Hammond's Kelsey Bennett rained down eight three-pointers, while racking up 28 points and 10 assists to lead Hammond to a 62-29 rout over Lisbon. (Zachary Matthie photo)  Game Gallery Lisbon's Alexa McKee (23) takes an open 10-foot jumper as Hammond's Kelsey Bennett (5) tries to fight around a screen.  The Red Devils came out on fire, racking up a 21-5 lead in the first quarter and 40-11 margin at the half.  In addition to Bennett's 28, Avery Kenyon launched the Devils with 10 points in the first quarter, 23 points overall and 14 rebounds.  Kylie Vaughn added six points and 12 boards.  Marlee Cunningham contributed three points and 13 rebounds.  Alexa McKee provided 16 points to lead Lisbon.

canton holds OFF HUSKIES' RALLY TO BEAT MALONE 49-39

 
Canton’s Catherine Chisholm (3) hits a breakaway layup for two points to cap off a 10-0 run to open the game at Malone.  The run would prove to be the margin for the night, as Canton went on to beat Malone 49-39.  The Bears led by as many as 16 points in the second half, before the Huskies trimmed the lead to 41-34 with just three minutes remaining.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery 

Malone’s Leah Gallagher drops in the rebound for Malone’s first points of the game.  After a two-point first quarter, Malone crept back into the game with a 12-8 advantage in the second quarter.  But Canton controlled the scoring in the third frame, netting 19 points including four three-pointers.  Chisholm led the Golden Bears with 14 points, while Sarah Sieminski chipped in 11, including two trifectas and a critical 5-for-6 points from the free-throw line.  Malone was led by double-digit scorers Madison Ansari with 11 points and Haley Raville with 10 . 

 canton rolls past st. Lawrence central 55-39    


Canton's Gretchen Warner (4) banks the ball for two points to maintain the Golden Bears lead in the first quarter.  Canton jumped out to a 12-7 first quarter lead, stretching tit to 27-14 at the half.  The Bears came away with the 55-39 win in the semifinals of the Don Petty Memorial.  Canton was led by Catherine Chisholm with 17 points and Gretchen Warner with 10 points.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central's Maggi Yandoh (4) sinks the short jumper to chip away at Canton's lead.  The Larries top two scorers were Maggi Yandoh with 19 points and Marissa McLean with 13 points.   

Edwards-Knox big over Beekmantown 48-11


Edwards-Knox's Carly Frary (22) stuffs the shot from Beekmantown's Taylor Nelson (10).  The Cougars played a strong game both on offense and defense to take a 48-11 win  in the semifinals of the Don Petty Memorial at Canton.  The Cougars were led by Abigail Hart with 13 points, while Lucy Frary added 11 and Koryn Rowe 10 points.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Beekmantown's Jhenna Trombley (1) charges up the court toward the basket.  The Eagles were led by Mire Nishimura with four points.  Canton plays Edwards-Knox in the championship of the tournament, while St. Lawrence plays the Eagles.

Madrid-Waddington HANGS ON TO BEAT Hammond 57-55  


Madrid-Waddington's Morgan Burns (33) floats the jumper for two points in a close battle with Hammond during the semifinals of the 19th annual Ben Cordwell Tournament in Ogdensburg.  The Yellow Jackets opened a 17-point lead in the second half, only to have Hammond rally to tie the game at 50-50 with 3:29 remaining.  The Jackets scratched out a 57-55 victory to advance to the title game.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery    

Hammond's Kylie Vaughan (21) sinks the three-ball to bring the game to within two points  in the fourth quarter.  Burns and Camryn Chester sparked the Jacket offense with 12 points each, while Kellsie Tiernan added 10 points. Hammond’s Avery Kenyon led all scorers with 18 points, 12 boards and five steals.  Vaughan checked in with nine points.

ROSS' 16 POINTS SPARKS
O.F.A. over N-N FLYERS 52-17


Ogdensburg’s Katherine Rogers (12) charges toward the basket as the Blue Devils surged offensively in the first half of its semifinal game vs.  Norwood-Norfolk in the semifinals of the Ben Cornwall Tournament at O.F.A.  Ogdensburg went on to win 52-17. (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Shannyn St Andrews (15) goes up for the shot.  Shelby Ross provided a game-high 16 points, including all six of her free throws, while Gabby Morley chipped in 11 points to pace the Blue Devils. OFA shot out to an 14-2 lead and never let up. Kylie Kellison and Maisie Voss led the Flyers with five points each. The Devils will face Madrid-Waddington in the championship of the tournament.

POTSDAM FORGES AHEAD FOR 55-35 WIN OVER P-H PANTHERS


Potsdam's Seirra Cummings (23) leaps over Parishville-Hopkinton defenders Catlin Dunning (2) and Brenna Woods (13) to drain the jump shot from the free-throw line midway through the first quarter.  The Sandstoners rolled to a 55-35 win over the Panthers in a non-league game hosted in Potsdam,  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton's Catlin Dunning (2) breaks past Potsdam defender Keyana Johnson (35) to make the layup and cut the Sandstoner lead to two points in the first quarter.  Cummings racked up a game-high 24 points to lead the Sandstoners. Josie Brusso pitched in a season-best 17 points, while Keyana Johnson tipped in 10. The Panthers had two double-digit scorers, Caitlin Dunning and Sydnie Phippen, who each netted 10 points.

REED'S BUZZER BEATER LIFTS H-D DEMONS TO O.T. WIN 35-33


Hermon-DeKalb's Mattie Barbaw (33) launches a three-point shot over Lisbon defender Kallie Wood (10) to give the Demons an 8-5 lead late in the first quarter. The game was tied 26-26 after three quarters.  Lisbon's Alexa McKee connected on two free throws as time ran out in regulation to knot the game 30-30.   Then with two seconds left in overtime, Brooke Reed buried a three-point 21-footer to lift the Demons to a 35-33 victory at Lisbon. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon's McKenna Grey (24) breaks past Hermon-DeKalb defender Miranda White (44) to score the short jumpe to tie the game at 4-4 midway through the first quarter.  Reed led the Demons with 13 points.  For the Golden Knights, Adrian Duvall netted 14 points.

Canton'S EARLY RUN FENDS OFF OGDENSBURG IN 50-44 win

Canton’s Emily Wentworth (23) blocks Ogdensburg’s Riley Hough (30) and grabs the rebound.  Sarah Sieminski led the Bears with 18 points, including 12 points from behind the arc. Catherine Chisholm scored 9 points and Mary Lobdell added 8 for Canton, as the Bears jumped to a 26-12 halftime lead.  The Blue Devils outscored the Bears 18-11 in the final quarter, but came up short as Canton held on for a 50-44 win.  (Zach Matthie photo)  Game GalleryOgdensburg’s Celia Henry (14) throws a pass over Canton’s Lexis Huiatt (22) to teammate Shelby Ross (3).  Ross led the Blue Devils with 13 points. Mattilynne Hough scored nine.

edwards-knox pulls away from hammond in 68-42 win


Hammond's Avery Kenyon (11) leaps over Edwards-Knox defenders Riannon Holly (32) and Carly Frary (22) to score the jump shot and tie the game 29-29 just before the half.  The Cougars outscored Hammond 21-13 in the third quarter and 18-0 in the fourth frame to run away with a 68-42 victory over the Red Devils.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Edwards-Knox's Carly Frary (22) fires the jump shot over a Hammond defender to drain the three-pointer and open a five-point Cougar lead in the second quarter.  Koryn Rowe scored 17 points, Lucy Frary added 13 and Abby Hart 12 to lead the Cougars.  Kelsey Bennett and Avery Kenyon dropped in 12 points each for the Red Devils.

 

Games of Weeks 1-2: November 23-December 8, 2018

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2018

Non League
Ogdensburg 49, Colton-Pierrepont 13
Plattsburgh 46, Tupper Lake 11
Madrid-Waddington 60, Bishop Maginn 31

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2018

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 41, Colton-Pierrepont 23
Central Division
Massena 54, Malone 46
Gouverneur 44, Ogdensburg 34
Potsdam 43, Salmon River 28
West Division
Edwards-Knox 53, Hermon-DeKalb 17
Heuvelton 59, Hammond 52
Lisbon 35, Morristown 23
Non League
Albany Academy 49, Madrid-Waddington 42

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2018

East Division
St. Regis Falls 40, Tupper Lake 24

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2018

East Division
Chateaugay 46, Parishville-Hopkinton 31
Non League
Colton-Pierrepont 25, Salmon River 19

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2018

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 24, Parishville-Hopkinton 9
Madrid-Waddington 61, Norwood-Norfolk 35
Chateaugay 42, St. Regis Falls 41
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 51, Massena 42
Malone 31, Ogdensburg 28
Gouverneur 77, Potsdam 31

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2018

West Division
Hammond 56, Harrisville 39
Non League

Heuvelton 63, Beaver River 18

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2018

Morristown Tournament
Hammond 48, Hermon-DeKalb 38 (consolation)
Edwards-Knox 73, Morristown 11 (championship)
Non League
Ogdensburg 40, Newark 33
Lisbon  27, Alexandria 17
Potsdam 46, Lyme 36
Indian River 62, Norwood-Norfolk 29

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2018

Morristown Tournament
Edwards-Knox 55, Hammond 43 (semifinal)
Morristown 43, Hermon-DeKalb 41 (semifinal)
Non League
Ogdensburg 30, Moriah 29

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2018

Jessie Chamberlain Tournament at Madrid-Wadd.
Hermon-DeKalb 63, Parishville-Hopk. 23 (consol.)
Heuvelton 48, Madrid-Waddington 38 (champions)
Non League
Gouverneur 53, Lisbon 23
Tupper Lake 31, Salmon River 25

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2018

West Division
Hammond at Harrisville, ppd. to 12/3
Non League
Massena 49, Norwood-Norfolk 23

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2018

Jessie Chamberlain Tournament at Madrid-Wadd.
Madrid-Waddington 64, Parishville-Hopkinton 23
Heuvelton 50, Hermon-DeKalb 24
Non League
St. Lawrence Central 45, Colton-Pierrepont 20
St. Regis Falls at Lisbon, ppd. to 12/10

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2018

Saranac Central Chiefs Tournament
Heuvelton 45, Beekmantown 22 (consolation)

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2018

Saranac Central Chiefs Tournament
Saranac Central 46, Heuvelton 43 (semifinal)

Heuvelton wins big over demons in semifinal 50-24


Heuvelton’s Madison McCormick (24) sinks the leaning shot, despite being hit for the two-pointer and one, to open an early 8-2 Bulldogs' lead In the first half. H euvelton beat Hermon-DeKalb 50-24.  Leading the Bulldogs in scoring was Madison McCormick with 24 points and Rayna Cameron with 12.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Hermon-DeKalb’s Brooke Reed banks the ball for two points to get the Green Demons on the scoreboard early in the first quarter.  REed would also lead the way in Demons' scoring with 14 points, followed by Miranda White with seven.

 

 

CUMMINGS LEADS Potsdam PAST salmon river 43-28

Under heavy pressure, Potsdam’s Addison Herrick (11) shoots over Salmon River’s Annabelle Mitchell (15) and Jillian Benedict (3).  The Sandstoners spoiled the league opener for the Shamrocks with a 43-28 win in Potsdam, squaring the league record at 1-1, 2-1 overall.  Sierra Cummings led the way for Potsdam with 19 points. (Zachary Matthie photo) Game Gallery

 Salmon River’s Meg Martin (24) takes a long two-pointer over Potsdam’s Sierra Cummings (23) and Sadie Brusso (2).  Keyana Johnson aided Potsdam's cause with 10 points. Salmon River's Jill Benedict led her team with 14 points.

N-N FLYERS NET FIRST WIN, dominatING Colts 41-23

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kylee Kellison (11) slips through Colton-Pierrepont’s Layla Johnson and Kaitlynn Long (15) for the layup, but is fouled hard.  Maycee Ward led Norwood-Norfolk with 14 points and Kellison ended the game with 10 points.  Norwood-Norfolk defeated Colton-Pierrepont 41-23 to capture its first win of the season (1-2, 1-4 overall). (Zachary Matthie photo) Game GalleryColton-Pierrepont’s Jaeleigh Jacot (21) blocks the shot put up by Norwood-Norfolk’s Maisie Voss (32). Landree Chamberlain led the Colts with six points, while Abeni Payne and Emma Clemo finished with 4 points each.

RUITTA'S 19 LEADS WILDCATS PAST POTSDAM in 77-31 WIN


Gouverneur’s Laney Smith (5) takes the jump shot over Potsdam defender Josie Brusso (14) to drain the three and lift the Wildcats lead over the Sandstoners by seven early in the first quarter. Abigail Riutta drained 19 points lifting the Gouverneur Wildcats to capture the 77-31 victory over Potsdam.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Luca Pecora and Gouverneur’s Abigail Riutta (4) leap for the opening tipoff to begin their league season. Elaina Porter chipped in 17 points for the Wildcats. Leading the way for the Sandstoners was Keyana Johnson who downed 8 points.  Defensively, Gouverneur held Potsdam scoreless till late in the first quarter to set the tone of the game.

madrid-waddIngton TOPS
P-H PANTHERS IN SEMIFINAL


Madrid-Waddington’ Morgan Burns (33) hit the short jump shot for two points finally to get the scoring rolling midway through the first quarter. The Yellow Jackets beat Parishville-Hopkinton 64-23 in the semifinals of the Jessie Chamberlain Tournament. The top scorers for Madrid-Waddington were Morgan Burns and Emma Plumley with 12 points each, followed by Sydney Hosmer, Alexis Sullivan and Stephenie Curran with six apiece. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Jessica Mitchell (12) stuffs the shot from Madrid-Waddington’s Kellsie Tiernan (11).  The Panthers started to roll in the second half, but fell short. The leading scorers for the Panthers were Brooke Hayes with eight points and Brenna Woods with five.