Canton Clinches Season Title With Massena; Salmon River Third

2016 BOYS SECTION X LACROSSE
Final Regular Season Standings


x-Canton
y-Massena
Salmon River
St. Lawrence Ctl.
Potsdam
Saranac Lake
Ogdensburg
W-L   GB   NonLg
10-2     -        3-1
10-2     -        4-0
  9-3     1       3-0
  7-5     3       2-1
  5-7     5       2-1
2-10     8       0-1
0-12   10       1-1

x- Share regular season title, but owns league points tiebreaker.

 
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Attackers from St. Lawrence Central and Salmon River battle over possession of the ball at center field off the opening faceoff. The Shamrocks jumped to a quick 4-2 lead over the Larries at the end of the first quarter.However, St. Lawrence Central battled back to defeat Salmon River 15-10.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Games of Weeks 5-7: May 1-28, 2016

 NCSN Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard

FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2016

Salmon River 23, Ogdensburg 4
Massena 22, Saranac Lake 2

 

THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2016

Canton 17, St. Lawrence Central 3
Non League
Potsdam 15, Thousand Islands 1

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 2016

St. Lawrence Central 15, Salmon River 10
Saranac Lake 9, Ogdensburg 4

 

TUESDAY, MAY 17, 2016

Massena 15, Salmon River 12
Canton 17, Saranac Lake 0

 

MONDAY, MAY 16, 2016

Potsdam 13, Ogdensburg 5

 

FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2016

St. Lawrence Central 12, Saranac Lake 3

 

THURSDAY, MAY 12, 2016

Massena 22, Potsdam 1
Canton 17, Salmon River 6

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 2016

Salmon RIver 18, St. Lawrence Central 3

 

TUESDAY, MAY 10, 2016

Massena 25, Ogdensburg 6
Canton 14, Potsdam 5

 

MONDAY, MAY 9, 2016

Massena 19, Saranac Lake 3
Salmon River 15, Potsdam 2

 

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 2016

Non League
Salmon River 12, Vestal 8
Massena 14, Horseheads 13 (OT)

 

FRIDAY, MAY 6, 2016

St. Lawrence Central 18, Potsdam 12
Canton 20, Ogdensburg 0

 

THURSDAY, MAY 5, 2016

Non League
Massena 10, Northwood 8

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 2016

Salmon River 21, Ogdensburg 2
Potsdam 13, Saranac Lake 12
Non League
Canton 11, Northwood 5

 

TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2016

Canton 9, Massena 6
St. Lawrence Central 13, Ogdensburg 1

 

MONDAY, MAY 2, 2016

Salmon River 24, Saranac Lake 6

ST. HILAIRE LEADS LARRIES IN 13-1 WIN OVER BLUE DEVILS


St. Lawrence Central's Zach St. Hilaire (13) flips a low bouncing shot past the reach of defender Ian Morrow (24) and goalie Chris Bromley (30) for one of his six goals for the game.  St. Hilaire led the Larries who stretched their lead to 7-0 in the first half, before posting a 13-1 conference victory.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Ogdensburg's Erik LaMay tries to avoid the side check from St. Lawrence Central's Gavin McGrath (28).  Jacob Sutton and Drew Rose each blasted two for the Larries in the win. Noah Strader scored the lone goal for the Blue Devils.

S.l.c.s larries pull away from red storm in 12-4 win


St. Lawrence Central’s Dennis Powell (27) battles his way off of three Saranac Lake defenders to regain possession of the ball not far from the Red Storm’s goal. St. Lawrence Central carried a 3-1 lead at the end of the first quarter. However, the Larries pulled away from Saranac Lake in the later quarters to gain the 12-4 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central attacker Dennis Powell (27) rips a shot onto the Saranac Lake goal.  However, his shot was blocked by Red Storm defender.  Zach St. Hilaire tallied five goals, while Drew Rose and Jake Sutton netted two goals apiece for the Larries.  Emery Swanson posted two goals and Brett Dawson added a single marker for the Red Storm.

CANTON CAPTURES REGULAR-SEASON TITLE VS. LARRIES


St. Lawrence Central's Jake Sutton (8) fires a shot on the Canton net, but the close-range attempt is tipped just over the net.  Canton dashed out to a 9-2 halftime lead, then added to their margin in the second half, en route to a 17-3 win.  The victory clnched for Canton at least a share the regular-season crown and top-seed in the playoffs based on the league tie-breaker.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

s.l.c.s. larries pull away late to BEAT SALMON RIVER


Attackers from St. Lawrence Central and Salmon River battle over possession of the ball at center field off the opening faceoff. The Shamrocks jumped to a quick 4-2 lead over the Larries at the end of the first quarter.However, St. Lawrence Central battled back to defeat Salmon River 15-10.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Salmon River’s Tanner Tarbell (24) blasts a shot past St. Lawrence Central goalie Parker Hornung (15) to score the second goal of the game and move the Shamrocks a 2-0 lead in the first quarter. 

Sandstoners down o.f.a blue devils in 13-5 victory


Ogdensburg’s Ed Swan (15) battles his way past Potsdam defender Michael Boysuk (19) as he charges toward the Sandstoners' goal to start the second half.  The Sandstoners pulled ahead of the Blue Devils in the first half, leading 7-2 at intermission.  Potsdam held off Ogdensburg for a 13-5 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Hunter Ploof (13) fires the ball past the Ogdensburg goalie to score and extend the Sandstoner lead to end the first half.  Cameron Talcott led the Sandstoners with four goals, while Billy Bergan, Sam Woods and Hunter Ploof all pumped in two goals apiece in Potsdam’s win.  Swan buried two of the five goals for the Blue Devils.

CANTON BEATS SHAMROCKS, SNAPPING RECORD STREAK

CANTON 17, SALMON RIVER 6
One of the longest streaks in Section X history came to an end, as the Canton Golden Bears delivered a decision 17-6 blow to the previously-unbeaten Salmon River Shamrocks. The Canton victory snapped the Shamrocks’ 91-game winning streak against Northern Athletic Conference opponents, dating back to 2008 when Salmon River last lost, also to Canton. The Golden Bears’ resolve to upset the Shamrocks was bolstered by a comeback earlier in the season, when Canton rallied to within a goal late in the game, but fell short 12-11. Josh Huiatt led Canton in the Shamrocks’ demise, scoring five goals and assisting on three others. Mark Mahoney added five goals for the Bears, while. Garrett Glasgow chipped in two goals and two assists. Skkylar Thomas and Raienteres Oakes netted two goals apiece for the Shamrocks.

 

 

 

Games of Weeks 1-4: April 6-30, 2016

 NCSN Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard

SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 2016

Non League
General Brown 15, Canton 14 (OT)
Massena 16, Ballston Spa 10

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 2016

Massena 19, St. Lawrence Central 3
Non League
Northwood 8, Potsdam 5

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 2016

Canton 15, St. Lawrence Central 5

 

MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2016

Non League
Northwood 14, Ogdensburg 0

 

SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 2016

Non League
St. Lawrence Central 12, Monroe Woodbury 9

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 2016

Non League
Salmon River 9, South Burlington 8
Valley Central 9, St. Lawrence Central 6

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 2016

Non League
Salmon River 13, Champlain Valley Union 6

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 2016

Salmon River 13, Massena 7
Potsdam 12, Ogdensburg 4

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2016

Canton 18, Saranac Lake 3
Non League
St. Lawrence Central 13, Northwood 11

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 2016

Non League
Northwood 8, Saranac Lake 5

 

MONDAY, APRIL 18, 2016

Massena 19, Potsdam 9
Salmon River 12, Canton 11

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 2016

Non League
Potsdam 15, Thousand Islands 1

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2016

St. Lawrence Central 12, Saranac Lake 3
Massena 20, Ogdensburg 3
Canton 15, Potsdam 2

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2016

Potsdam 8, Saranac Lake 3

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2016

Canton 18, Ogdensburg 2

 

MONDAY, APRIL 11, 2016

St. Lawrence Central 12, Potsdam 8
Salmon River 19, Saranac Lake 4

 

SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 2016

Non League
Canton 7, Glens Falls 2

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 2016

Non League
Massena 17, Immaculate Heart 3
Canton 12, Queensbury 10

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 2016

Non League
Ogdensburg 5, Thousand Islands 2

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 2016

Massena 17, Canton 14
Salmon River 19, Potsdam 5
St. Lawrence Central 15, Ogdensburg 5

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 2016

Massena 13, St. Lawrence Central 3

 

MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2016

Saranac Lake 9, Ogdensburg 4

SALMON RIVER PULLS AWAY IN 2ND HALF, BEATING POTSDAM


Potsdam’s Billy Bergan (21) fires a shot on goal.  However, it is deflected by Salmon River goaltender Troi Benedict to keep the Shamrocks ahead by 8-3 in the third quarter.  Salmon River pulled away from a 6-3 lead in the first half, downing Potsdam 19-5.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Salmon River's Tanner Tarbell (24) fires a shot past Potsdam goalie Major McKinley (4) to extend on the Shamrocks lead to 9-3 in the third quarter.  Salmon River's Thomas Thompson dumped in five goals with two assists, while Isaian Skidders netted three goals and three assists to guide the Shamrocks' season opener.  Konner Sunday added two goals and three assists, which Cash Mitchell scored three times. Potsdam (0-1) was led by Keenan O'Gorman's three goals, while Bergan netted a goal and two assists.  Troi Benedict made eights saves for Salmon River.

MASSENA OUTLASTS CANTON 17-14 IN BEARS' OPENER


 Massena’s Matthew Derouchie (11) fires a shot past Canton goalie Jacob Mattice (25) to jump to a 4-0 lead over the Golden Bears in the first quarter. After Canton closed the gap to 4-3, Massena pushed ahead, going on to spoil the Canton season opener with a 17-14 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Canton’s Declan Porter (1) muscles Massena attacker Hunter Pyke (1) off the ball to regain possession in front of the Golden Bears' goal.  Nick Henrie scored four goals and dished out five assists to lead the Red Raiders in improving to 2-0.  Kendrick Angus added four goals and four assists.  Tyler Armstrong worked the crease for Massena, stopping 16 shots.  Isaac Thrasher led Canton with five goals and an assist, while Mark Mahoney added four goals.  Jake Mattice made 12 saves for the Golden Bears (0-1).

Red Raiders roll to 17-3
win over i.h.c. cavaliers


Massena’s Nick Hernie (15) fires a shot on the Immaculate Heart goal after cutting through two defenders. However the shot just bounced off the right goalpost to keep the game at an 8-1 lead for the Red Raiders. Massena went on to defeat the Cavaliers 17-3 in a non-league contest on Saturday.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Immaculate Heart’s Darin Vanderwater (16) spins past a Massena defender to score past the Red Raiders' goalie midway through the second quarter. Nick Henrie led Massena with six goals and two assists, while Kendrick Angus tallied five goals and offered two assists.  Massena goalie Tyler Armstrong stopped 12 of 15 shots he faced.  For IHC, Will Renzi netted two of the three goals, in addition to Vanderwater's score.  Goalie Tyler Buffman stopped seven shots.

HENRIE, ANGUS LEAD MASSENA PAST ST. LAWRENCE CTL. 19-3


After breaking away from the Larries defense, Massena's Kendrick Angus (4) fires a shot past St. Lawrence Central goalie Parker Hornung (15) to extend the Red Raiders' lead in the second quarter. Massena began to pull away from the St. Lawrence Central scoring four unanswered goal early in the second quarter to open an 8-1 lead. The Raiders continued to pour it on, beating the Larries 19-3 in league action.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

St. Lawrence Central's Jacob Sutton (8) sprints around Massena defender Patrick LaGrow (16) as he charges his way toward the Raiders' goal.  Nick Henrie rocketed four goals and dished out five assists, while Angus also pumped in four goals with four assists to lead the Raiders.  Massena goalie Tyler Armstrong made eight saves.

canton dominates final 3 quarters to beat larries


Canton’s Jacob Facey (27) creates an opening past a St. Lawrence Central defender and Larries goalie Drew Rose (16) to score the Bears' second goal and take a 2-0 lead. Although St. Lawrence Central carried a 3-2 lead at the end of the first quarter, Canton dominated the final three quarters for a 15-5 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Jacob Sutton (8) battles his way past a Canton defender as he charges his way toward the Golden Bears' goal.  Canton's Mark Mahoney pounded in five goals, while Josh Huiatt added four goals and Facey chipped in three goals and three helpers to lead Canton. Isaiah Lyon led the Larries with three scores.

SHAMROCKS DOWN RAIDERS 13-7 IN BATTLE OF UNBEATENS


Salmon River's Alan Jacobs (8) fires off a top-shelf laser to produce one of his game-leading four goals.  In a battle of undefeateds, the Salmon River Shamrocks continued their seven-year winning streak against NAC-Section X teams, pulling away with a 13-7 victory at Massena.  (Donnie King photo)  Game Gallery

Massena's Kainen Francis-Thompson still manages to fire off a low shot on net, despite being squeezed out by Salmon River defenders Miles Jacobs (18) and Jay Chubb (12). Before a sizeable crowd at Mike Nicholas Field, the Shamrocks erased Massena’s early 1-0 lead with three goals, including two scores on breakaways to close out the first period with a 3-1 lead. Salmon River expanded the lead to 7-3 at the half and 10-4 entering the final period. Alan Jacobs (four goals) fired a missile that zeroed in on the upper-left corner of the net to open the second period, opening a three-goal cushion that the Raiders could not overcome. Skkylar Thomas added three goals and two assists, while Konner Sunday provided two goals and two assists, Raienteres Oakes one goal and one assist, Norman King two goals and Rowisonkies Barnes a goal. Troi Benedict made 13 saves in the Shamrock crease, including two spectacular point-blank grabs. Massena was led by Nick Henrie who fashioned two goals and four assists. Kendrick Angus added two goals, Jake Sheets and Montana Pierce each a goal and an assist, and Kyran Sunday a goal. Tyler Armstrong turned away 10 shots in net. Salmon River has not lost a game to an NAC team since 2008.

SALMON RIVER HOLDS OFF CANTON RALLY IN 12-11 WIN

The Salmon River Shamrocks stacked up a 4-1 lead after the first period, a 7-2 lead at the half and a 10-4 lead through three quarters. But the Canton Golden Bears stormed back with a 7-2 charge in the fourth quarter, but came up short. Salmon River held on to beat Canton 12-11 and remain unbeaten, a half-game behind Massena in the boys lacrosse standings. Isaiah Skidders led the Shamrock offense with six goals and one assist. Alan Jacobs chipped in a goal and three helpers, with Thomas Thompson netting two goals and an assist. Single goals were scored byKonner Sunday, Tanner Tarbell and Cash Mitchell. Troi Benedict stopped 12 shots between the pipes. Canton was led by Mark Mahoney with four goals and one assist, while Jake Facey meshed four goals, Garret Glasgow tallied a goal and three assists and Josh Huiatt answered with two goals. Andrew McCormick and Jake Mattice both made 5 saves in the Bears net.

Red Raiders pull away from sandstoners in 19-9 victory


Massena’s John Paul Chauvin (20) leaps over Potsdam defender Billy Bergan (21) and Sandstoner goalie Jacob Crary (1) to score early in the third quarter, extending the Raiders lead to 8-5.  Massena went on a 5-0 scoring run in the third quarter to take command, en route to a 19-9 victory and improve to 4-0. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Massena’s Kainen Francis-Thompson (12) fires a shot past Potsdam goalie Jacob Crary (1) to score in the the third quarter.  Nick Henrie led the Raiders with five goals and two assists.  Kyran Sunday added four goals and two assists.  For Potsdam Hunter Ploof had two goals and three assists. Keenan O'Gorman chipped in two goals and two assists.

larries pull away from potsdam to earn 12-8 win


St. Lawrence Central’s Garrett Clark (6) steals the ball from Potsdam attacker Billy Bergan (21) in front of the Larries' goal and makes a charge toward the net.  Potsdam staged a comeback early in the fourth quarter tying the game at 7-7. However, the Larries went on a 5-1 surge to capture a 12-8 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Bergan (21) rips a shot past Larries' defenders Landon Storrin and Colby Jenkinson (2) and onto the St. Lawrence goal.  The Larries led 3-1 after the first quarter and 5-3 at the half.  Then Potsdam scratched back to a 7-7 tie early in the fourth quarter.  Bergen assisted on both goals by Kaleb Rathbun and Cameron Talcott to tie the game.  Jake Sutton's goal put the Larries in the lead for good.  Sutton would finish with three scores and two helpers.  Drew Rose then scored three of the next four goals to seal the Larries' win.  Rose tallied five goals with an assist.  Luke Collins also scored a pair of goals.  Rathbun led Potsdam with three goals. Larries' keeper Parker Hornung stopped night shots.  Potsdam keepers Jake Crary and Major McKinley combined for eight saves.