Madrid-Waddington Claims Share of East Title; Canton Nips O.F.A.

Final Standings & Non League Records

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

Potsdam’s Sarah Vivlamore (31) celebrates with her parents and head coach George Gordon after hitting her 1,000th career point late in the fourth quarter. Vivlamore came into the game needing 24 points and earned 26 total for the game. However, the Sandstoners fell to the O.F.A. 57-46.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


Games of Week 11: February 9-14, 2015

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


East Division
Madrid-Waddington 76, Colton-Pierrepont 32
Central Division
Canton 54, Ogdensburg 53



East Division
St. Lawrence Central 51, Tupper Lake 38
Chateaugay 57, Parishville-Hopkinton 44



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 52, St. Regis Falls 40
Madrid-Waddington 68, Norwood-Norfolk 27
Central Division
Canton 73, Gouverneur 33
Massena 64, Salmon River 35
Ogdensburg 57, Potsdam 46
Malone 49, Brushton-Moira 39
West Division
Morristown 49, Hermon-DeKalb 43
Heuvelton 66, Lisbon 41
Hammond 69, Edwards-Knox 34
Harrisville 57, Clifton-Fine 24



Central Division
Canton 90, Salmon River 36
West Division
Hammond 76, Lisbon 24
Morristown 55, Clifton-Fine 15



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 57, Parishville-Hopkinton 44
Central Division
Potsdam 50, Malone 39



East Division
St. Lawrence Central 61, St. Regis Falls 38
Chateaugay 54, Norwood-Norfolk 21
Madrid-Waddington 58, Tupper Lake 17
Central Division
Canton 67, Malone 48
Gouverneur 70, Salmon River 37
Potsdam 49, Massena 44
Ogdensburg 53, Brushton-Moira 37
West Division
Hammond 76, Clifton-Fine 16
Morristown 48, Harrisville 38
Hermon-DeKalb 75, Lisbon 45
Heuvelton 69, Edwards-Knox 46


 Canton guard Bailey Luther (10) shoots the short jumper over Gouverneur's Alisha Way (20) early in the second quarter. The Golden Bears' fast-tempo offense and tough man-to-man defense got the better of the Wildcats as Canton went on to win the game 73-33.  Canton improved to 10-3 Central, 11-6 overall. (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

Gouverneur’s Emily Bush (5) gets the offensive rebound and goes back up for two points.  Canton’s Natalie DiSalvo racked up another 29 points, which Janet Beaudin posted 12 points as both teams turned up for Class B post-season play. Gouverneur was led by Alisha Way with nine points.


The Canton Golden Bears handed Malone just their second league loss of the season, but – combined with Ogdensburg’s win over Brushton-Moira, the loss knocked the Huskies from first place in the Central Division in the last week of the regular season. Canton’s Natalie DiSalvo scorched twine for 29 points, while Bailey Luther chipped in 14 points. Malone’s balanced attack included 10 points each for Taylor Poirier, Meghan O’Connor and Abigail Collins

The Blue Devils climbed past Malone and into first place in the Central Division with a 55-37 win over Brushton-Moira. Riley Luckie led O.F.A. with 18 points, while Taylor Perry added 13 points. Ogdensburg improved to 11-1, a game a head of the Huskies in the Central Division standings. Micaela McCarthy led the Panthers with 15 points.


Potsdam’s Sarah Vivlamore (31) celebrates with her parents and head coach George Gordon after hitting her 1,000th career point late in the fourth quarter. Vivlamore came into the game needing 24 points and earned 26 total for the game. However, the Sandstoners fell to the O.F.A. 57-46.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Breanne Sapp (30) takes the fade away jump shot over Ogdensburg defenders Kiera Johnson (1) and Susie Morrow (25) to chip away at the Blue Devils' lead late in the third quarter.  Susie Morrow whipped up 19 points and Riley Luckie added 16 points in leading the Blue Devils to a 59-48 victory over Potsdam in the Central Division matchup. Also in double figures for O.F.A. were Chelsea Raven with 12 points and Taylor Perry with 10. But on an individual basis, the night belonged to Sarah Vivlamore who scored 14 points by the half, but went through several minutes without a point in the second half. As a packed gymnasium looked on and cheered her on, Vivlamore finally eclipsing the career 1,000-point mark late in the contest. Breanna Sapp chipped in 11 points for the Sandstoners.

Doyle scores 21 points to lift colts past panthers

Colton-Pierrepont’s Eve Whalen (20) goes for the layup, but the shot blocked by Parishville-Hopkinton’s Miranda Collins (11). Morgan Doyle scored 21 points to lead the Colts past the Panthers in a 57-44 victory.  Collins led Parishville-Hopkinton in scoring with 14 points in the East Division contest.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Miranda Collins (11) takes a three-point shot over a Colton-Pierrepont defender.   The Panthers kept the game close in the first half, trailing 27-24 at the half.  However, the Colts opened the second half with 10 straight points to open up a 13-point margin that proved to be the difference in the game.  The Panthers righted their play and two teams matched points the rest of the way. Colton-Pierrepont defeated Parishville-Hopkinton 57-44.

st. Lawrence central downs st. regis falls 61-38

St. Lawrence Central’s Hailie Weegar (3) fades back before a jump shot for two points over St. Regis Falls defender Harlie Gardner (10).  The bucket produced a 13-2 Larries' lead near the end of the first quarter. The Larries went on to win the game 61-38.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Regis Falls Macy Fraser (24) looks for an open teammate past St. Lawrence Central defender Morgan Greer (4).  The Saints found scoring in the second half, but it wasn't enough to overcome the Larries' fast 24-3 start.  St. Lawrence went on to beat St. Regis Falls 61-38.  The Larries were led by Breanna Evans with 14 points and 11-point outputs from Chelsea Savage and Bailie Gauthier. Briannah Work also had 14 points to lead St. Regis Falls.


Game of Weeks 10: February 2-7, 2015

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


Central Division
Canton at Salmon River, ppd. till 2/11
West Division
Hammond 61, Morristown 36
Heuvelton 78, Harrisville 26



East Division
St. Lawrence Central 53, Parishville-Hopkinton 34
St. Regis Falls 37, Tupper Lake 27



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 50, Norwood-Norfolk 31
Madrid-Waddington 50, Chateaugay 28
Central Division
Potsdam 48, Gouverneur 17
Ogdensburg 62, Massena 25
Canton 61, Brushton-Moira 39
Malone 91, Salmon River 32
West Division
Edwards-Knox 56, Clifton-Fine 19
Lisbon 54, Harrisville 34
Heuvelton 73, Hermon-DeKalb 47
Non League
Sackets Harbor 57, Morristown 45



East Division
St. Lawrence Central 49, Norwood-Norfolk 42
Central Division
Brushton-Moira 70, Massena 64 (OT)
West Division
Heuvelton 80, Hammond 71
Non League
South Jefferson 47, Canton 37



East Division
Chateaugay 42, Tupper Lake 24
St. Regis Falls 45, Parishville-Hopkinton 32
Central Division
Ogdensburg 68, Gouverneur 45
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 53, Edwards-Knox 39

vivalamore, sapp lead potsdam past wildcats

Potsdam‘s Heidi Visser (10) rushes past Gouverneur defender Catherine Andrews (10) to create the open look for the layup for two points and to extend the Sandstoners lead by 20 to begin the fourth quarter. The Sandstoners gained a strong lead over the Wildcats in the first half and went on to win 48-17. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Gouverneur’s Shannon Knowlton (21) takes the layup at a tough angle due to heavy defense from Potsdam’s Sarah Vivlamore (31). Vivlamore cranked out 23 points in leading the Sandstoners. Shannon Knowlton topped Gouverneur scoring with nine points.


The lead atop the Northern Athletic Conference West Division is shared after the Heuvelton Bulldogs pulled even with Hammond, following the Bulldogs’ 80-71 victory over the Red Devils. Paige McCormick posted a spectacular 37-point performance in leading the Bulldogs who led by as may as 18 points early in the second quarter. However, Hammond roared back with 14 straight points to draw within four points at the end of the third quarter. After an exchange of baskets to open the final quarter, Heuvelton edged away to post the win. Also contributing double-digit points for heuvelton were Olivia St. Pierre with 15 points and Nathalie Barr with 13 points. Mikayla Horton led the Hammond charge with 19 points, while Courtney Bova and Sierra Fleming pitched in 15 points eahc and Cassie Whalen added 14.

Madrid-Waddington tops Chateaugay bulldogs 50-28

Madrid-Waddington’s Olivia Parmeter (11) lays up the shot for two points while facing strong defensive pressure from Chateaugay’s Katie Bush (5) and Emily Dwyer (14) to extend the Yellow Jackets lead to 15 points midway through the fourth quarter. Madrid-Waddington beat the Bulldogs 50-28.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Chateaugay’s Emily Dwyer (14) slips past Madrid-Waddington’s Jennifer King (34) for the open layup to cut into the Yellow Jacket lead early in the fourth quarter.  The Madrid-Waddington defense smothered the Chateaugay scoring attack, allowing the Bulldogs just six points in the first half, en route to a 50-28 victory and the first Bulldogs league loss of the season. The win drew Madrid-Waddington within a half-game of Chateaugay atop the East Division standings. The Jackets’ Jenn King led all scorers with 17 points, while Hannah Marcellus dropped in 10 points. Katie Beach produced 16 of the Bulldogs’ 28 points.

Morgan Doyle leads colts over n-n Flyers 50-31

Colton-Pierrepont’s Morgan Doyle (10) cuts past Norwood-Norfolk defender Cassidy Weaver (13) to create an open look for the layup and to advance the Colts' lead to 18 points late in the third quarter. Colton-Pierrepont went into the half with a 20-8 lead before posting a 50-31 win over Norwood-Norfolk. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Olivia Eng (23) races for the layup, but had her shot blocked by Colton-Pierrepont’s Maria Vaccaro (22).  Colton-Pierrepont’s Morgan Doyle whipped up 27 points to lead the Colts to a 50-31 win at Norwood-Norfolk. C-P’s Courtney Marsh and Norwood-Norfolk’s Madison Sequin each produced 11 points in the contest.


Games of Week 9-10: January 26-February 7, 2015

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


East Division
Chateaugay 57,Colton-Pierrepont 25
West Division
Hammond 70, Clifton-Fine 23



East Division
St. Regis Falls 38, Norwood-Norfolk 23
Central Division
Gouverneur 49, Massena 37
Canton 59, Potsdam 49
Brushton-Moira 88, Salmon River 30
Ogdensburg 50, Malone 44
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 54, Harrisville 26
Morristown 51, Edwards-Knox 39
Lisbon 70, Clifton-Fine 36
Hammond at Heuvelton, postponed till 2/4



Non League
Colton-Pierrepont 49, Lisbon 39



Central Division
Canton 48, Brushton-Moira 28
Non League
Edwards-Knox 50, Gouverneur 49
Alexandria Bay 52, Clifton-Fine 26



East Division
Chateaugay 49,  St. Regis Falls 12
Madrid-Waddington 72, St. Lawrence Central 51
West Division
Morristown 61, Harrisville 27


The Ogdensburg Blue Devils dished the Malone Huskies their first divisional loss and, in the process, tightened the race to just a half-game at the top of the Central Division. Riley Luckie pounced for 23 points, while Susie Morrow pitched in 11 points for the Devils. Erin McDonald paced the Huskies with 11 points, while Lillian Gishey tossed down 10.

Golden Bears fend off sandstoners for 59-49 win

Canton forward Kiersten Ashlaw(24) plays tough defense blocking Potsdam’s Heidi Visser (10) in Thursday night’s game. The Golden Bears' full-court pressure and sharpshooting proved to be the key as Canton beat Potsdam 59-49. Canton improved to 6-3 in the Central Division and 7-5 overall. . (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam forward Breanne Sapp(30) splits the defense and scores the layup.  Canton’s Natalie DiSalvo splashed 16 points as the Golden Bears out dueled Potsdam 59-49 in a Central Division matchup. Mikaela Besette knocked down 11 points and Katelyn Flanagan chipped in 10 points in the winning effort. Sapp poured in 23 points to lead the Sandstoners, with 11-point performances by Sarah Vivlamore and Kayla Phillips.


St. Lawrence Central's Chelsea Savage (10) manages the layup past the reach of Madrid-Waddington's Mary Young (25).  The Yellow Jackets raced out to a 24-3 lead on the strength of forcing turnovers and converting them to points on fast breaks.  Despite a second-quarter surge to trim the lead to 10 points, the Jackets came away with a 72-51 victory.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Madrid-Waddington's Jennifer King (35) reaches high over the Larries' defense for two of her 10 points.  Olivia Parmeter led the way with 18 points for Madrid-Waddington, while Danielle Hough cnotributed 15 points and Hannah Marcellus added 14 in a balanced Jackets' offense.  Chelsea Savage led all scorers with 22 points.

wildcats hold off massena to earn CENTRAL div. win

Massena’s Bailie Young (23) cuts past Gouverneur defenders Alisha Way (20 ) and Emily Bush (5) to create the open opportunity on the basket to tie the game at 10-10 late in the first quarter. The Wildcats scored two unanswered baskets in the closing seconds of the quarter to take over the lead. The Wildcats held off the Raiders to earn a 49-37 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery
Gouverneur’s Alisha Way (20) looks of an open teammate around Massena defender Meghan Villnave (15).  Jacqueline Storrin paced the Wildcats with 13 points, while Emily Bush and Shannon Knowlton tossed in 11 points each in the winning cause. Bailee Young scored 10 points for Massena.

St. regis falls defeats norwood-norfolk 38-23

St. Regis Falls Jenna Susice (5) rushes the ball past Norwood-Norfolk’s Cassidy Weaver (13) for a layup to extend the Saints' lead over the Flyers. St. Regis Falls took a strong 15-point lead over Norwood-Norfolk to close the third period. The Saints defeated the Flyers 38-23 in the East Division matchup. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Cassidy Weaver (13) takes the layup past St. Regis Falls defenders Kayla Jaminez (23) and Breannah Works (25).  St. Regis Falls picked up its second divisional win and third overall with a 38-23 win over the Flyers. Macy Frazier led the Saints’ balanced scoring with 10 points, while Jenna Susice and Madison Greenwood each scored nine.

Bulldogs score early to earn victory over saints

Chateauguay's Breanna Cook (10) takes the layup around St. Regis Falls defender Mary Fraser (24). Chateaugay took an early 12-4 lead in the first quarter, then scored 15 unanswered points in the second quarter to pull away from the Saints to grab the 49-12 win. Chateauguay's Danielle Cook lead in scoring with 13 points in the game. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Regis Falls Harlre Gardner (10) takes the jump shot past a Chateaugay defender.  Ten Bulldogs scored points in the game, as the Bulldogs improved to 9-0 East, 10-1 overall. The Saints Jenna Susice who scored four points.


Games of Week 7-8: January 12-24, 2015

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 43, Tupper Lake 35
Central Division
Ogdensburg 60, Brushton-Moira 43
Non League
Heuvelton 66, Chateaugay 37



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 41, Norwood-Norfolk 26
Central Division
Malone 48, Massena 27 



East Division
Chateaugay 52, St. Lawrence Central 42
Colton-Pierrepont 59, Tupper Lake 37
Madrid-Waddington 56, St. Regis Falls 22
Central Division
Brushton-Moira 41, Gouverneur 30
Ogdensburg 66, Canton 60 (OT)
Potsdam 65, Salmon River 22
West Division
Edwards-Knox 55, Harrisville 46
Heuvelton 66, Clifton-Fine 13
Lisbon 52, Morristown 42
Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 54, Watertown 39



West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 44, Lisbon 42 (OT)



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 65, Tupper Lake 24
Central Division
Gouverneur 57, Salmon River 25
West Division

Edwards-Knox 56, Morristown 48
Non League
Parishville-Hopkinton 39, Clifton-Fine 28
Potsdam 65, Colton-Pierrepont 37
AuSable Valley 49, Malone 38
Chateaugay 58, Brushton-Moira 38



West Division
Lisbon 72, Clifton-Fine 19
Hammond 67,Hermon-DeKalb 21



West Division
Hammond 68, Harrisville 36
Non League
Watertown 43, Hermon-DeKalb 27
Brushton-Moira 43, St. Lawrence Central 24
Beekmantown 60, Massena 24
Ogdensburg 52, Carthage 47



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 63, Parishville-Hopkinton 19
Norwood-Norfolk 34, Tupper Lake 30
Chateaugay 50, St. Regis Falls 10
West Division
Hammond at Clifton-Fine, postponed



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 55, St. Lawrence Central 45
Central Division
Malone 52, Gouverneur 30
Canton 51, Massena 38
Ogdensburg 83, Salmon River 35
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 56, Clifton-Fine 23
Edwards-Knox 52, Lisbon 26
Heuvelton 61, Morristown 37



Central Division
Brushton-Moira 57, Potsdam 49
Non League
Gouverneur 40, LaFargeville 21



East Division
Chateaugay 45, Parishville-Hopkinton 21
St. Lawrence Central 45, Tupper Lake 27



East Division
Madrid Waddington 53, Norwood-Norfolk 18
Central Division
Malone 45, Brushton-Moira 42
Canton 47, Gouverneur 17
Massena 59, Salmon River 29
Ogdensburg 51, Potsdam 42
West Division
Hammond 65, Edwards-Knox 27
Harrisville 48, Clifton-Fine 24
Morristown 58, Hermon-DeKalb 54

bulldogs hold off larries rally for 52-42 victory

Chateaugay’s Danielle Cook (23) cuts through St. Lawrence Central's zone defense and drop in two points to extend the Bulldogs' lead. Chateaugay’s full-court press forced turnovers for easy points in building a lead. The Larries rallied late in the game, but fell short to the Bulldogs 52-42.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Morgan Greer (4) makes the jump shot while facing strong defense from Chateaugay’s Taylor Winch (22).  Danielle Charland led Chateaugay with 14 points. Chelsea Savage netted a game-high 16 points and Haleigh Agans pitched in 11 points for the Larries.

Lisbon's early surge lifts golden knights to win 72-19

Lisbon’s Sadie Bigelow (21) cuts through Clifton-Fine defenders Bianca Terry (21) and Becky Matthews (22) for the jump shot to extend the Golden Knights lead over the Eagles late in the second quarter. Lisbon would carry a 38-7 lead over Clifton-Fine going into halftime and held on for the west division victory 72-19. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Clifton-Fine’s Paige Lerox (23) takes a three point shot over two Lisbon defenders to chip away at the Golden Knights lead in the second period.

Malone scores early to defeat gouverneur 52-30

 After stealing the ball and charging down the court, Malone’s Abigail Collins (14) looks for an open teammate past Gouverneur defender Catherine Andrews (10). The Huskies took an early 4-0 lead over the Wildcats before Gouverneur’s Alisha Way got the layup to close the gap midway through the first period. Malone won 52-30. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Gouverneur’s Alisha Way (20) and Malone’s Erin McDonald (20) take the opening tipoff.  The Huskies jumped out to a 28-12 halftime lead, then held the Wildcats off for a 52-30 win.  Meghan O’Connor led Malone with 15 points. Erin McDonald contributed seven points, while Taylor Poirier, Gabrielle Collins and Jayme Lavoie each posted six points. Shannon Knowlton led Gouverneur with 10 points, while Emily Bush added seven and Way six points.

Potsdam surges in first half to defeat colts 65-37

Potsdam’s Sarah Vivlamore (31) scores on a breakaway layup after stealing the ball from Colton-Pierrepont’s Kelsi Gilbert (21).  The points extended the Sandstoners lead in the fourth quarter. The Sandstoners surged in the second half to overcome the Colts for the non league victory 65-37. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Rachel Vaccaro (14) sinks a jump shot over three Potsdam defenders. The Sandstoners surged in the second half to overcome the Colts for the non league victory.

Hammond defeats hermon-dekalb at suny canton 67-21

Hammond’s Aly Crosbie (23) takes the jump shot, but the shot was blocked by Hermon-DeKalb defenders Bridget Rust (1) and Chelsey MacKay (22) to prevent the Red Devils from extending on their six-point lead early in the first quarter. Hammond pulled away for the 67-21 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

HHammond’s Aly Crosbie (24) looks for an open teammate while facing tight defense from Hermon-DeKalb’s Delaney Kerr (24). Hammond's Courtney Bova led all scorers with 14 points, while Crosbie turned in 12 points.

B-M PANTHERS score quickly to down ST. LAWRENCE 43-24

=Brushton-Moira’s Alexis Poirier 925) attempts a layup, but faces strong defense from St. Lawrence Central’s Morgan Greer (4) and Chelsea Savage (10).  Greer blocks the shot. The Panthers took a strong 14-point lead at the half, then went on to defeat the Larries 43-24 in the Coaches vs. Cancer Game. (Katina Meacham photo) Game Gallery

St Lawrence Central’s Chelsea Savage (10) takes the jump shot after breaking away from Brushton-Moira’s Arielle Gray (21). 

Jenna Dufrane, Alexis Poirier and Kirsten Barrett each scored eight points to lead the Panthers, while Morgan Greer and Chelsea Savage each countered with six points to lead St. Lawrence Central.

Bears pull away in fourth to BEAT MASSENA 51-38

Canton’s Bailey Luther (10) fires a jumper over the strong defense of Massena’s Devin Kelly (20) to give the Bears a six-point lead over the Red Raiders. Massena hit two threes near the end of the third period to cut the lead to one point. However, Canton rallied in the final period to win 51-38. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Massena’s Lexis Jacobs (4) takes the jump shot over Canton’s Kiersten Ashlin (24) to cut the Golden Bears' lead to four points.  A 17-8 fourth-quarter surge allowed Canton to break away from Massena for a 51-38 victory. Canton edged out to a 26-20 halftime lead. Natalie DiSalvo led the Bears with 15 points, while Mikaela Bessette chipped in 13 points. Eight other Canton players produced points in the balanced offensive attack. Massena’s Devin Kelly matched the game-best 15 points, while Lexis Jacobs and Bailie Young tossed in six points each. 

bova hits 1,000 points and lifts Red Devils to win 65-27

Hammond’s Courtney Bova (13) slashes around an Edwards-Knox defender. The Red Devils stormed out to a 16-0 first-quarter lead.  In the third quarter, Bova would score the 1,000th point of her varsity career and finished with 14 points.  Hammond went on to claim a 65-27 victory over the Cougars. (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

Hammond’s Mikayla Horton (10) battle with an Edwards-Knox defender for the loose ball on the floor.  After struggling with just five points in the first half, Hammond senior Courtney Bova powered her way past the 1,000-point plateau with two strong trips to the basket in a 14-point performance as the Red Devils rolled past Edwards-Knox in a West Division matchup. Hammond’s Cassie Whalen splashed a game-best 18 points, while Aly Crosby totaled 11 points. Hammond continued undefeated in the West at 6-0, 9-1 overall. Edwards-Knox (3-3 5-3 overall) was led by Katie Smith with 11 points.


Games of Weeks 5-6: December 29-January 10, 2015

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


West Division
Heuvelton 75, Edwards-Knox 36
Non League

Beekmantown 56, Massena 29
Watertown at Hermon-DeKalb, canceled



East Division
St. Lawrence Central 48, St. Regis Falls 28
Chateaugay 46, Norwood-Norfolk 22
Madrid-Waddington at Tupper Lake, postponed
Central Division
Malone 36, Canton 29
Massena 53, Potsdam 47
Gouverneur at Salmon River, postponed 1/21
Ogdensburg at Brushton-Moira, postponed 1/24

West Division
Hermon-DeKalb at Lisbon, postponed 1/21
Heuvelton at Edwards-Knox postponed 1/10
Morristown at Harrisville postponed 2/9



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 57, Parishville-Hopkinton 34
Central Division
Brushton-Moira 61, Salmon River 18
West Division
Hammond at Clifton-Fine, rescheduled



East Division
St. Regis Falls 40, Tupper Lake 25
Chateaugay 32, St. Lawrence Central 21
West Division
Edwards-Knox 58, Lisbon 46
Non League
Potsdam 57, Norwood-Norfolk 30



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 46, Parishville-Hopkinton 8
Colton-Pierrepont 60, St. Regis Falls 27
Central Division
Brushton-Moira 42, Gouverneur 24



Lake Placid Tournament
Keene 65, Potsdam 42
Canton Tournament
Peru 53, Hermon-DeKalb 40 (consolation)
Hammond 58, Canton 42 (championship)
Non League
Norwood-Norfolk 47, Parishville-Hopkinton 28



Lisbon 57, Harrisville 55
Heuvelton 77, Morristown 22
Don Petty Tournament at Canton
Hammond 65, Hermon-DeKalb 37 (semifinal)
Canton 58, Peru 30 (semifinal)
Lake Placid Tournament
Potsdam 59, Lake Placid 28



West Division
Edwards-Knox 58, Harrisville 36
Non League

Hammond 64, Chateaugay 34



Heuvelton Cindy Brady Tournament
St. Lawrence 64, Colton-Pierrept. 50 (consolation)
Heuvelton 74, Lisbon 17 (championship)

massena triumphs over potsdam in close battle

Potsdam's Breanne Sapp (30) takes a jump shot over three Massena defenders to cut the Red Raiders lead to three points in the fourth quarter. Potsdam came back in the third quarter from being down by 10 to tie the game 41-41, but came up short.  Massena won the Central Division game 53-47.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam's Sarah Vivlamore (31) spins around a Massena defender to earn the open layup to tie the game in the fourth quarter.  Massena’s Lexis Jacobs scored 12 points, all on three-pointers, to carry Massena to a 53-47 upset victory over Potsdam in a Central Division matchup. Devin Kelly added 12 points. Potsdam closed a 10-point deficit in the second half, tying the score late in the game, but then went cold from the field. Vivlamore splashed a game-best 21 points, while Breanna Sapp poured in another 18 points.

peru indians BEAT H-D green demons in consOLATION 60-53

Peru’s Samantha Spear (3) saves the ball at the baseline and gets the pass to an open teammate past Hermon-DeKalb’s defender Paige Whitton (15). The Indians surged early in the first half to take a 15-point lead at halftime. Peru defeated Hermon-DeKalb 53-40 in the consolation game of the Don Petty Tournament.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Hermon-DeKalb’s Kelsi Shippee (4) snags a defensive rebound and cuts through defenders to rush down the court.  Peru's Meghan Mazella netted 22 points, while Samantha Spear added 13 points for the Indians.  Bridgit Rust  poured in 20 points for the Green Demons (4-3 overall).

Malone pulls away from golden bears IN 36-29 WIN

Malone’s Taylor Poirier (3) goes around and up for a layup, while Canton’s Kiersten Ashlaw looks to deny the layup. The Huskies and Golden Bears were in a defensive battle. The Huskies led by the scores of 9-3 after the first and 15-6 at half. The Bears ramped up their defense and cut the deficit to one point. However, the Huskies held on to a 36-29 victory. (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery  Game Broadcast

Canton’s Marguerite Smith (12) looks to grab the ball away from Malone’s Erin McDonald (20).  The Huskies led 9-3 after the first quarter and 15-6 at half. Trailing by 13 points in the third quarter, Canton chipped away to climb within a point at 30-29. The Huskies scored the final six points of the game to claim a 36-29 victory. Taylor Poirier scored 12 points, including eight in the second half to lead the Huskies. McDonald tallied eight points for Malone (6-0 Central, 8-1 overall). Canton was led by Natalie DiSalvo with 10 points. The Bears slipped to 2-2 Central, 3-4 overall.

Morgan Doyle hits 1,000TH point in colts' win 57-34

Colton-Pierrepont’s Morgan Doyle (10 ) cuts through two Parishville-Hopkinton defenders to take the inside scoop. Doyle hit two back-to-back three pointers to eclipse the 1,000th-point career mark. The Colts shut down the Panthers' offense in the third quarter en route to a 57-34 East Division victory.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Courtney Marsh (15) gets fouled by a P-H defender as she attempts to drive to the hoop.  Entering the game, Colton-Pierrepont’s Morgan Doyle needed 14 points to surpass the 1,000-point total for her varsity career. With 1:32 left in the third quarter, Doyle bagged her second three-pointer in row after narrowly missing two short-range jumpers. The combined Colts and Parishville-Hopkinton fan base that nearly filled the gymnasium jumped up and cheered, knowing the fourth-year varsity player had reached a plateau seldom seen: 1,000 varsity points. After a sluggish first half, Doyle found her mark after intermission, knocking down 16 of her game-best 23 points in leading the Colts to a 57-34 decision over the neighboring Panthers. The Colts broke away from a 12-8 lead in the first quarter by knocking down the first six points in the second frame. Eve Whalen chipped in 13 points. Cassara Cole scored a pair of three-pointers in leading the Panthers with 10 points, while Miranda Collins added eight points.

Brushton-Moira tops gouverneur wildcats 42-24

Brushton-Moira’s McKayla McCarthy (22) takes the jump shot while facing strong defense from Gouverneur’s Shannon Knowlton (21) who attempts the block. The Panthers went on an 8-0 run to begin the second quarter, then rode that momentum into a 42-24 Central Division win over the Wildcats.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Gouverneur’s Emily Bush (5) gets the lay up past three Brushton-Moira defenders to chip away at the Panthers lead.  Arielle Gary delivered 13 points, while Kirsten Barrett added nine points in leading the Brushton-Moira Panthers to a 44-22 win vs. Gouverneur. The Panthers improved to 2-1 Central, 4-1 overall. Jackie Storrin tossed in eight points for the Wildcats who are still seeking their first win.


Canton’s Natalie DiSalvo (14) drives hard to the hoop past the Hammond defense and scores two points in the first quarter. Hammond broke out to a 16-7 lead by the end of the first quarter, then went on to beat the Golden Bears 58-42 in the championship game of the Don Petty Memorial Tournament. (Cody Meacham photo)  Game Gallery

Hammond’s Sierra Fleming (50) and Mikayla Horton (10) apply full-court pressure against Canton's Marguerite Smith.  Horton racked up 21 points, including nine of Hammond's first 11 points, in leading the Red Devils to the championship of the Don Petty Memorial Tournament in Canton.  Horton was also named Tournament MVP.  Ally Crosby chipped in 13 points for the Devils who improved to 8-1 overall.  Natalie DiSalvo led all scorers with 23 points for Canton (3-3).


Games of Weeks 3-4: December 15-27, 2014

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


Section X-VII Challenge
Northeastern Clinton 58, Massena 36 (2nd round)
Malone 35, Plattsburgh 20 (2nd round)
Morristown Tournament
Morristown 64, Harrisville 31 (consolation)
Edwards-Knox 57, Lyme 53 (championship)
Heuvelton Tournament
Lisbon 52, Colton-Pierrepont 46 (semifinal)
Heuvelton 68, St. Lawrence Central 39 (semifinal)
JCC Tournament
Thousand Islands 48, Gouverneur 22 (consolation)



Section VII-X Challenge
Malone 41, Northeastern Clinton 36
Massena 50, Plattsburgh 25
JCC Tournament
Sackets Harbor 45, Gouverneur 32
Morristown Tournament
Edwards-Knox 59, Harrisville 33 (semifinal)
Lyme 52, at Morristown 49 (semifinal)



Ogdensburg-Ben Cordwell Tournament
Hammond 81, St. Lawrence Ctl. 45 (consolation)
Madrid-Wadd. 37, Ogdensburg 33 (championship)
Non League
Sackets Harbor 83, Morristown 47



East Division
Chateaugay 48, Colton-Pierrepont 25
Ben Cordell Memorial Tournament at O.F.A.
Ogdensburg 68, Salmon River 21 (semifinal)
Madrid-Waddington 63, Hammond 55 (semifinal)

Non League
Brushton-Moira 46, St. Regis Falls 16
AuSable Valley 59, Malone 44



Harrisville Tournament
Beaver River 47, Harrisville 29 (consolation)



East Division
St. Lawrence Central 45, Parishville-Hopkinton 34
Colton-Pierrepont 52, Norwood-Norfolk 34
Chateaugay 33, Madrid-Waddington 32
Central Division
Ogdensburg 55, Massena 43
Potsdam 52, Gouverneur 25
Malone 61, Salmon River 19
Brushton-Moira at Canton, postponed
West Division
Edwards-Knox 45, Clifton Fine 25
Hammond 62, Morristown 43
Heuvelton 76, Hermon-DeKalb 23
Non League
Lowville 36, Harrisville 19



Central Division
Malone 36, Massena 34



Non League
South Jefferson 57, Canton 36



East Division
Chateaugay 61, Tupper Lake 14
St. Lawrence Central 51, Norwood-Norfolk 45
Madrid-Waddington 63, Colton-Pierrepont 21
Central Division
Malone 56, Potsdam 31
Ogdensburg 45, Gouverneur 21
Brushton-Moira 49, Massena 38
Canton 104, Salmon River 28
West Division
Morristown 75, Clifton-Fine 40
Heuvelton 77, Harrisville 25
Hammond 66, Lisbon 40



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 48, St. Regis Falls 34
Central Division
Potsdam 59, Salmon River 13
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 47, Edwards-Knox 44


St. Lawrence Central’s Breanna Evans (5) tries to avoid two Heuvelton Bulldog defenders Miranda Donnelly (12) and Alex Steele (10). Heuvelton led all the way, taking a commanding 40-16 lead at halftime. The Bulldogs finished off the Larries 68-39 to advance to the championship of the Cindy Brady Memorial tournament.  (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Morgan Greer (4) looks for a shot while tightly guarded by Heuvelton’s Paige McCormick (15).  Heuvelton raced out to an 18-0 lead, before cruising to a 68-39 win over St. Lawrence Central in the semifinals of their annual Cindy Brady Memorial Tournament. McCormick led the Bulldogs with 21 points, while Nathalie Barr pitched in 12 points. The Larries (2-4 overall) were led by Chelsea Savage who poured in 19 points. Heuvelton improved to 6-1 overall and faces Lisbon in the tournament’s title game.


Malone’s Erin McDonald (20) leaps over Evelyn Lilley (34) to create the open jump shot and extend the Huskies' lead over the Sandstoners by 23 points in the third quarter. Potsdam went on a 12-3 run in the fourth quarter, but could not overcome the Malone lead.  The Huskies won the game 56-31. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam Breanna Sapp (30) dashes past Malone’s Rinn Schanck (1) as she charges her way to the basket.  In a matchup of previous unbeatens, Malone quickly jumped to a 15-3 lead through the first quarter and 27-13 at the half, before dishing Potsdam its first loss of the season 56-31. Megan O’Connor pounded home a game-high 27 points, while Erin McDonald contributed 14 points in keeping Malone unbeaten at 4-0. Sarah Vivlamore scored nine points for Potsdam as the Sandstoners slipped to 4-1.

hot shooting red devils top larries 81-45 in consy

St. Lawrence Central’s Haleigh Agans (33) skies for a jump shot before Hammond’s Ally Crosby (23) can get in position to defend her. The Red Devils were on fire in the opening quarter, putting up 28 points. Hammond continued to shoot the lights out from the field en route to an 81-45 victory over the Larries in the Ben Cordwell Memorial Tournament consolation game. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Bailee Gauthier (24) reaches in to knock the ball away from Hammond’s Madison Mullikin (12).  Hammond rebounded from a tough 63-55 loss to Madrid-Waddington in the semifinals to beat St. Lawrence Central 81-45 in the consolation of the Ben Cordwell Memorial Tournament at Ogdensburg. Courtney Bova fired in 20 points, while Ally Crosby popped in 12 points and Mikayla Horton added 10 for the Red Devils who improved to 5-1 overall. St. Lawrence Central’s Chelsea Savage had the hot hand in the game with 23 points.

cougars hold off lyme to win Morristown tourney

Edwards-Knox’s Kali Sharpstene (3) chases down Lyme’s Morgan Warren (4) to knock the ball away near midcourt. The Cougars and Indians played evenly throughout the first half, but E-K closed the half on a run to lead 29-23.  E-K held off Lyme down the stretch to win the Morristown Tournament 57-53.  (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Lyme’s Meghan Donaldson (2) attempts to drive past Edwards-Knox’s Arael Scott (22).  MacKenzie Frary fired off 23 points, including a decisive run of eight points in a row late in the fourth quarter to help Edwards-Knox pull out a thrilling 57-53 win over Lyme for the championship of the Morristown tournament. Frary was named to the All-Tournament Team, Katie Smith dropped in 11 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, while earning MVP honors. Lyme’s Taylor Brown noted 19 points and was also named to the All-Tournament Team.

morristown uses fast start to top pirates 64-31

Morristown’s Meghan Vollmer (15) fires off a shot while double teamed by Harrisville’s Morgan Matott (5) and Mackenzie LaPlatney (2). The Green Rockets stormed out to a commanding 30-16 lead at the half. They continued their strong play on their way to a 64-31 victory in the Morristown Tournament consolation. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Harrisville’s Mackenzie LaPlatney (2) attempts a long-range jump shot as Morristown’s Haley Whitmarsh (12) closes out on her.  Morristown’s Meghan Vollmer racked up 20 points, hauled in 15 rebounds and received All-Tournament section as the Green Rockets fired off a 61-34 victory over Harrisville in the consolation of the Morristown Tournament. Taylor Piercey dealt nine points and picked up 10 rebounds as Morristown squared its record at 3-3. Harrisville was led by Morgan Matott’s 11-point performance.


Lisbon’s Madison Vine (10) dribbles by Colton-Pierrepont’s Rachael Vaccaro (4). The Golden Knights took the early lead and led by as much as 14 points. The Colts fought back to take the lead with five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Lisbon rallied late and hung on for a 52-46 victory in the Cindy Brady Memorial semifinal.  (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Rachael Vaccaro (4) tries to net the layup against the tough defense of Lisbon’s Katie Sovie (20).  Alex Amo splashed 21 points, while Madi Vine chipped in 11 points to help Lisbon outlast Colton-Pierrepont 52-46 in the semifinals of the Cindy Brady Memorial Tournament in Heuvelton. The Colts were led by Morgan Doyle with 15 points and will face St. Lawrence Central in the consolation game of the tournament.

madrid-waddington edges o.f.a. blue devils 37-33

Ogdensburg’s Taylor Perry (11) swipes the ball away from Madrid-Waddington’s Jennifer King (35). The Yellow Jackets started the game on a 7-0 run, but the Blue Devils quickly closed the gap and took a 20-15 lead at the half. Madrid-Waddington came back to win 37-33 in the Ben Cordwell championship game.  (Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Kiera Johnson (1) jets past Madrid-Waddington’s Mary Young (25) on her way to the basket.  Ogdensburg battled back to tie the contest 30-30 on a converted steal for two points with 3:30 remaining in the contest. However, Madrid-Waddington answered with six straight points to pull away with a 37-33 victory in the championship of the Ben Cordwell Memorial Tournament at O.F.A. Jenn King and Olivia Parmeter connected on two free-throws each in the run. King tallied 12 points and Parmeter eight points to lead the Jackets who beat Hammond 63-55 in the opening round. Madrid-Waddington also improved to 6-2 overall. O.F.A.’s Taylor Perry led all scorers with 16 points.


Games of Weeks 1-2: December 1-13, 2014

NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard


St. Regis Falls Heather Provost Tournament
St. Regis Falls 53, Tupper Lake 35 (consolation)
Parishville-Hopk. 25, Norwood-Norf. 24 (champ,)



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 56, St. Lawrence Central 39
Central Division
Malone 52, Ogdensburg 51
Massena 42, Gouverneur 32
Potsdam 45, Canton 42
West Division
Hammond 78, Heuvelton 73
Hermon-DeKalb 53, Harrisville 28
Clifton-Fine at Lisbon, postponed

St. Regis Falls Heather Provost Tournament
Parishville-Hopkinton 29, Tupper Lake 24 (semi.)
Norwood-Norfolk 51, St. Regis Falls 43 (semifinal)



West Division
Edwards-Knox at Morristown, postponed
Non League
Hermon-DeKalb 43, LaFargeville 15



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 59,Tupper Lake 38
Madrid-Waddington at St. Regis Falls, postponed
Central Division
Malone at Massena, postponed
Gouverneur at Brushton-Moira, postponed
Ogdensburg at Canton, postponed
Potsdam at Salmon River, postponed
West Division
Heuvelton 78, Clifton-Fine 32
Harrisville at Edwards-Knox, postponed
Lisbon at Morristown, postponed
Non League
Hammond at Chateaugay, postponed



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 27, Norwood-Norfolk 20
Madrid-Waddington 71, St. Regis Falls 30
West Division
Morristown 67, Lisbon 54



Non League
Newark 53, Ogdensburg 44



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 46, St. Lawrence Central 40
Central Division
Malone 51, Gouverneur 28
Canton 71, Massena 40
Potsdam 43, Brushton-Moira 32
West Division
Hammond 77, Harrisville 24
Hermon-DeKalb 60, Clifton-Fine 33
Non League
Scotia 55, Ogdensburg 41



Madrid-Waddington Chamberlain Tournament
Lisbon 56, Clifton-Fine 23 (consolation)
Heuvelton 39, Madrid-Waddington 35 (champ.)



East Division
Tupper Lake 29, Norwood-Norfolk 28



Non League
Tupper Lake 49, Indian Lake-Long Lake 17
Brushton-Moira 55, St. Regis Falls 18



Madrid-Waddington Chamberlain Tournament
Madrid-Waddington 72, Clifton-Fine 20 (semifinal)
Heuvelton 78, Lisbon 27 (semifinal)
Non League
Alexandria Bay 56, Norwood-Norfolk 31

heuvelton bulldogs top madrid-waddington 39-35

Madrid-Waddington’s Mary Young (25) skies to attempt a layup through the double team of Heuvelton’s Paige McCormick (15) and Olivia St. Pierre (21). The Yellow Jackets held a 20-16 advantage at the half, but the Bulldogs stormed back to pick up a 39-35 victory in the Madrid-Waddington Chamberlain tournament championship. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery NCSN Broadcast

Madrid-Waddington’s Kayleigh Field (1) steps around Heuvelton’s Karina Warren (11) to attempt a lay up. Paige McCormick splashed 21 points to lead the Bulldogs, while Olivia St. Pierre chipped in eight points. Madrid-Waddington was led by Jen King’s 13-point performance.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)

lisbon uses hot start to down clifton-fine 56-23

Lisbon’s Alex Amo (15) looks for an open teammate, while defended by Clifton-Fine’s Paige Leroux (23) and Maddy Lawrence (11). The Golden Knights scored the first 11 points of the game and coasted to a 56-23 victory over the Eagles in the Chamberlain Tournament consolation. Maddy Vine led Lisbon with 22 points.(Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

Clifton-Fine’s Allison Rust (13) fires up a left-handed shot over the reach of Lisbon’s Katie Sovie (20).  Maddie Vine knocked down18 points, while Alex Amo contributed 14 points to lead the Golden Knights to the 56-23 win in the consolation of the Madrid-Waddington Tournament. The Clifton-Fine Eagles, who resurrected a squad for the 2014-15 season, were led by Maddy Lawrence with 12 points.

 panthers edge flyers 25-24 to win provost TOURNAMENT

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Miranda Collins (11) blocks the shot of Norwood-Norfolk’s Alisabeth Furnace. The Panthers and Flyers were in a defensive battle for the Heather Provost tournament title. Norwood-Norfolk held a 10-8 advantage at the half, but the Panthers stormed back in the fourth quarter to edge the Flyers 25-24 in the closing seconds. (Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Norwood-Norfolk’s Olivia Eng (25) attempts to dribble through the double team of Parishville-Hopkinton’s Nicole White (1) and Taylor Scovil (15).  Nicole White tallied seven points in the low-scoring title game, as the Panthers improved to 3-0 overall. Norwood-Norfolk still owned a 14-11 lead going into the fourth quarter. The Panthers finally caught fire offensively with a 14-10 run in the final frame. Madison Seguin led all scorers with 14 points for the Flyers.

saints three-point barrage FELLs lumberjacks 53-35

St. Regis Falls’ Macy Fraser (24) attempts to find an open teammate while facing heavy pressure from Tupper Lake’s Lindsey Maroun (15). The Saints led 25-19 at halftime in the Heather Provost Tournament consolation. St. Regis Falls used a barrage of three pointers to down the Lumberjacks 53-35. The Saints knocked down ten trifectas. (Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

St. Regis Falls’ Brianah Work (25) knocks the ball away from Tupper Lake’s Katie Zurek (44) on an attempt to pass.  St. Regis Falls used rained down 10 three-pointers to pull away from Tupper Lake 53-35 in the consolation of the St. Regis Falls-Heather Provost Tournament and gained their first win of the season (1-4). Jenna Sucise led the scoring tilt with 20 points, while Brianah Work poured in 16 points and Madison Greenwood added 15 for the Saints. Katie Zurek and Lindsey Maroun and scored 10 points each for Tupper Lake, now 2-3.

H-D Green Demons down Lafargeville Knights 43-15

LaFargeville’s Julia Desormeau (13) cuts between Hermon-DeKalb’s Kelsi Shippee (4) and Paige Whitton (15) for an open layup to score the first points for the Red Knights. Hermon-DeKalb took an early 10-2 run in the first quarter en route to a 43-15 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Hermon-DeKalb’s Delaney Kerr (24) and LaFargeville’s Jordan Nuffer (12) take the opening tip off.  Hermon-DeKalb’s Bridget Rust held the hot hand with 23 points, along with five rebounds and nine steals in propelling the Demons to a 43-15 win over LaFargeville in a non-league contest. LaFargeville was led by Julia Desormeaux and Ali Hoover who scored six points.

potsdam surges in second half to beat panthers 43-32

Brushton-Moira’s Jenna Dufrane (5) drives the baseline, but faces heavy pressure from Potsdam’s Kayla Phillips (11). Sarah Vivlamore and Breanna Sapp splashed 19 points each to lead the Sandstoners past new Central Division opponent Brushton-Moira 43-32. Potsdam produced separation on the scoreboard with a 23-13 run in the middle two periods. The Panthers were led by Arielle Gary with 15 points.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

alexandria bay jumps in front early to top flyers

Alexandria Bay’s Hannah Lynch (15) is double teamed by Norwood-Norfolk’s Olivia Eng (25) and Cassidy Weaver (13). The Purple Ghosts came out strong and took a 10-3 lead after the first quarter. Alexandria Bay kept up the pace throughout the game en route to a 56-31 victory over the Flyers.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Brianna DeShane (3) dribbles down the sideline, but is blocked by Alexandria Bay’s Caitlyn Burrows (15).  Alexandria’s Hannah Lynch poured in 24 points, including four three-balls to guide the Ghosts to a 56-21 non-league, season-opening win at Norwood-Norfolk. Morgan Weaver chipped in 19 points and Emma Kearns contributed 11 points. The Flyers were led by Madison Sequin with nine points.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery