Massena, Canton Eliminated in Opening Round of State Playoffs

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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Section X Boys Power Ratings
N.Y. State Boys Class A Ratings
N.Y. State Boys Class B Ratings
N.Y. State Boys Class C Ratings
N.Y. State Boys Overall Ratings
National PowerLax Website

The Massena Raiders hold their Section X Overall Championship high after picking up the close victory over the Canton Golden Bears 11-10 by scoring the game winning goal with just 45 seconds remaining in the game off the goal from Kainen Thompson. The Raiders now advance to the New York State Tournament where they will play the Champion of Section III. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

2016 Section X & New York State Playoffs

 NCSN Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 2016

N.Y.S. Boys Class B Play-In Game - Cicero-NSyr.
Jamesville-Dewitt (III) 20, Massena (X) 4
N.Y.S. Boys Class C Play-In Game - Cicero-NSyr.
Cazenovia (III) 18, Canton (X) 6

 

THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2016

Section X Championships in Potsdam HS
(#2) Massena 11, (#1) Canton 10

 

TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2016

Section X Semifinals at Ogdensburg Free Acad.
(#2) Massena 1, (#3) Salmon River 0 (F)
(#1) Canton 11,  (#4) St. Lawrence Ctl. 10 (OT)

 

MONDAY, MAY 23, 2016

Section X Quarterfinals
(#3) Salmon River 19, (#6) Saranac Lake 6
(#4) St. Lawrence Central 9, (#5) Potsdam 8

Bears are Golden in O.T. SEMIFINAL Thriller Vs. SLC


Canton’s Mark Mahoney (7) puts a shot past St. Lawrence Central goalie Parker Hornung in Class B/C semifinal.  The Larries battled back to force overtime with a late rally, scoring three goals in the final three minutes to erase a 10-7 deficit. Canton won the opening faceoff in OT and patiently held possession for over two minutes until Isaac Thrasher found the back of the net to send Canton to the final. The Bears won 11-10. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central junior Luke Collins (21) bounces a shot into the net between a couple of Bears defenders.  Isaac Thrasher’s goal came with 2:03 left in overtime. Garrett Glasgow paced Canton with four goals, while Mahoney scored three times and Josh Huiatt buried two markers. Collins led the Larries (10-7 overall) with four goals, with Zach St. Hilaire scoring three times and Drew Rose supplying two goals. Canton will face Massena for the Section X championship.

St. Lawrence central fends off sandstoners in 9-8 win


St. Lawrence Central’s Jacob Sutton (8) breaks past Potsdam defender Cole Varney (17) and blasts a hard shot past goalie Major McKinley (4) to extend the Larries' lead to 7-5 in the middle of the third quarter. St. Lawrence Central held off the Sandstoners in the closing minutes to capture the 9-8 victory and advance to the Section X semifinals where they will face the top-seeded Canton Golden Bears. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam attacker Keegan O’Gorman (20) battles his way past St.  Lawrence Central defender Isaiah Lyon (12) after regaining possession near the Larries' goal.

CANTON, MASSENA START STRONG, BUT FALL IN STATES

CAZENOVIA 18, CANTON 6
Canton got off to a good start, dealing a shutout against Section III champion Cazenovia for the first nine-plus minutes of the New York State Class C playoff opener. But a momentum swing at the end of the first quarter, then six- and seven-goal streaks for Caz in the second half doomed the Golden Bears. Josh Huiatt and Garret Glasgow staked the Bears to a 2-0 lead, before the Lakers got on the scoreboard with 2:50 left in the first quarter. The goal by Jake Lewis unshackled the Laker offense that rapidly added three more goals before the end of a 4-2 opening period. In the second quarter, Mark Mahoney scored twice for the Bears, trimming the lead to 6-4. The game turned for good when Cazenovia scored five straight goals to open an 11-4 lead. After Mahoney tallied his third goal, Caz went on another seven-gaol streak to put the game out of reach. Kiernan LaFaver also netted a goal for the Bears.

JAMESVILLE-DEWITT 20, MASSENA 4
Janesville-Dewitt scored the game’s first three goals, then Massena countered with two markers to open their New York State Class B opening round playoff game. After that, it was all J-D. The Red Rams went on a 10-1 tear to finish the first half up 13-3, en route to a 20-4 win. Kendrick Angus, Nick Henrie, Kyran Sunday and Kainen Francis-Thompson scored the goals for Massena, which finished off its championship season at 16-3 overall.

Massena wins overall title past golden bears 11-10


The Massena Raiders hold their Section X Overall Championship high after picking up the close victory over the Canton Golden Bears 11-10 by scoring the game winning goal with just 45 seconds remaining in the game off the goal from Kainen Thompson. The Raiders now advance to the New York State Tournament where they will play the Champion of Section III. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Canton’s Garrett Glasgow (3) blasts a shot past the Massena goalie Patrick Lagow (16) to tie the game 7-7 near the end of the third quarter.

SALMON RIVER ROLLS TO WIN 19-6 WIN IN QUARTERFINAL

SALMON RIVER 19, SARANAC LAKE 6
Salmon River advanced to the Section’s Final Four with a 19-6 win over sixth-deeded Saranac Lake. Rowisonkies Barnes netted four goals to pace the Rocks. Isaiah Skidders tallied three goals and five assists for Salmon River, while Myles Jacobs and Tanner Tarbell scored three goals each. Saranac Lake was led by Brett Dawson who scored two goals. Footnote: Salmon River was due advance to face #2-seeded Massena in the semifinals.  However, the Shamrocks were forced to withdraw due to injury and ineligibilities left the team with too few players to compete further.

 

 

 
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