Salmon River and Massena Fall in N.Y. State Region II Title Games

Salmon River’s Victoria Thompson (17) fires a shot past Skaneateles goalie Alison Weiss (17) to score the fourth goal of the game for the Shamrocks in the second half.  The Lakers went on a 7-0 scoring rally in the first half to capture the 20-8 victory over Salmon River and earn the NYS Region II Class B Championship. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Final Regular Season Standings

x-Salmon River
Saranac Lake
W-L    GB   NonLg
12-0     -         1-1
  9-3     3        1-0
  9-3     3        1-1
  6-6     6        1-0
  3-9     9        0-1
2-10   10        0-1
1-11   11        0-2


Section X Girls Power Ratings
N.Y. State Girls Class A Ratings
N.Y. State Girls Class B Ratings
N.Y. State Girls Class C Ratings
N.Y. State Girls Overall Ratings
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Section X & New York State Playoffs

 NCSN Girls Lacrosse Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MAY 30, 2015

Class B Quarterfinal - SUNY Canton
Watertown (III) 18, Massena (X) 2
Class C Quarterfinal - SUNY Canton
Skaneateles (III) 20, Salmon River (X) 8



Section X Overall Championship - Massena CS
(C) Salmon River 9, (B) Massena 8


TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2015

Section X Class C Championship - Massena CS
(#1) Salmon River 23, (#3) Heuvelton 12


TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2015

Section X Class C Semifinals
(#3) Heuvelton 11, (#2) Potsdam 10
(#1) Salmon River 17, (#4) Canton 6


MONDAY, MAY 18, 2015

Section X Class C Quarterfinals
(#3) Heuvelton 17, (#6) Ogdensburg 8
(#4) Canton 9, (#5) Saranac Lake 5

Massena falls to cyclones in "B" state quarterfinal

The Watertown Cyclones hoist their NYS Region II Class B Championship plaque as they advance into the NYS Class B Final Four. Watertown scored 11 unanswered goals in the first half to take a commanding lead and eventually won the game 18-2 over Massena and captured the NYS Region II Championship. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Massena’s Devin Kelly (24) rips a shot past two Watertown defenders and the Cyclones goalie to earn the first goal for the Red Raiders late in the second half.  Kelly scored both goals for the Raiders.  Massena closed its season at 10-4.


Potsdam’s Josephine Brusso (14) keeps control of ball while being guarded by Heuvelton's Olivia St. Pierre. The Sandstoners started the game on a quick start scoring the first four goals. The Bulldogs would answer with a trio of their own and get the margin back to two 5-3 with seven minutes remaining in the half. However, Heuvelton battled their way past Potsdam 11-10 in this Class C seminfinal. (Clay Allen photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton's Taylor Dawley (18) rushes past Potsdam defender Matisyn Beamer (20). 


Heuvelton’s Brooke Armstrong (3) rips a shot past Ogdensburg goalie Marissa Foster (29) to earn the first goal of the game for the Bulldogs. Heuvelton and the Blue Devils battled to a 2-2 tie early in the first half. However, the Bulldogs scored two quick goals to give them the 4-2 edge and to pulled away for the 17-8 playoff victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Looking to create an open shot on goal, Ogdensburg’s Natalie Lovely (15) battles her way around a Heuvelton defender. The #3 seeded Bulldogs advanced in a 17-8 victory over the #6 seeded Blue Devils.  They will face the #2 seeded Potsdam Sandstoners in the semifinal round.  Olivia St. Pierre ripped seven goals for the Bulldogs, while Carin Sherwood added four markers for Heuvelton.  Danielle Guimond and Sky Hoover each buried three goals for Ogdensburg, which closed its season at 1-15.

Shamrocks bow to lakers in nys quarterfinal 20-8

Salmon River’s Victoria Thompson (17) fires a shot past Skaneateles goalie Alison Weiss (17) to score the fourth goal of the game for the Shamrocks in the second half.  The Lakers went on a 7-0 scoring rally in the first half to capture the 20-8 victory over Salmon River and earn the NYS Region II Class B Championship. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

A Salmon River attacker splits through two Skaneateles mid fielders to earn a clean breakaway toward the Lakers' goal.  After Skaneateles edged out to a 3-2 lead, the Laker scored 13 straight goals to build an insurmountable advantage, early in the second half. 

Shamrocks Hold Off Red Raiders 9-8 in Overall Title

Salmon River’s Marietta Jock (2) shields the ball across her body while being defended by Massena’s Abby LaClair (18). The Shamrocks had the edge at half up 7-4. The Red Raiders would respond and get within a goal 7-6. Salmon River and Massena would trade goals the rest of the half as Salmon held off Massena 9-8 in Section X Overall Championship. (Allen photo) Game Gallery

Massena’s Devin Kelly (24) keeps the ball in her grasp while taking contact from Salmon River’s Victoria Thompson (17).  Massena had a chance to tie the game in the final half-minute, but a shot on the Shamrock goal rang off the goalpost with 23 seconds remaining. Trysten Burns tallied three goals, while Jillian Benedict, Chrissy Benedict, Kyra Thompson, Mimi Lazore, Jacelyn Lazore and Kiana Thompson all scored goals for Salmon River. Massena’s Courtney Manley, Krysten Stone and Devin Kelly each scored two goals, while Abby LaClair and Shanley Burke netted single goals. Both teams move on to host New York quarterfinal games on Saturday at SUNY Canton.

Shamrocks Run away From Bulldogs 23-12 for Title

Salmon River’s Victoria Thompson (17) fakes out Heuvelton defender Alyssa Johnson (9) and heads towards the goal. Salmon River and Heuvelton would have a high scoring first half as the Shamrocks led 13-9. Salmon River scored five quick goals to start the second and pulled away from Heuvelton 23-12 in the Section X Class C Championship.  (Clay Allen photo)  Game Gallery

Heuvelton's (22) Gabrielle Johnson protects the ball from Salmon River defender Trysten Burns (21).  Salmon River opened the second half with five straight goals, all keyed off controlling the faceoffs.  The Shamrocks' Morgan Thompson netted three goals and four assists, while Chrissy Benedict and Jacelyn Lazore each forged five goals.  Mirabella Lazore produced three goals and an assist. For Heuvelton, Olivia St. Pierre fired in seven goals while Carin Sherwood tallied three and Kiley Piercey added the other two goals.

salmon river takes down canton IN CLASS C SEMFINAL

  Salmon River’s Morgan Thompson(4) and Jacelyn Lazore (19) go after a loose ball against Canton’s Liza Collins (17) in their semifinal contest. Salmon would jump out to an early 2-0 lead, but Canton struck back with a goal of their own. Salmon River led 7-4 at the half.  The Shamrocks pulled away in the second half, scoring ten goals and holding Canton to just two. The Shamrocks won 17-6. (Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery Canton Mimi Husinec (8) moves the ball against a double team Salmon River defenders Gillian Benedict (5) and Victoria Thompson (17). 


Canton attacker Mimi Husinec (8) leaps high against Saranac Lake defenders and goalie to fire a shot and score the Bears' seventh goal and s a 7-3 lead over the Red Storm early in the second half. The Golden Bears picked up the 9-5 victory over Saranac Lake to advance to the Class C semifinal vs. Salmon River.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

A Saranac Lake midfielder storms past Canton attacker Elizabeth Christy (14) as she dashes toward the Golden Bears goal.  The #4-seeded Golden Bears advance past the #5- seeded Red Storm in the Section X Class C playoffs with a 9-5 victory. The Bears now will play the #1 seeded Salmon River Shamrocks in the semifinals.  Macy Huntley scored threetimes, while Husinec and Angelina Vecchio each buried two goals for Canton.  Saranac Lake finished at 2-12.


Games of Weeks 1-5: April 8-May 9, 2015

 NCSN Girls Lacrosse Scoreboard

THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2015

Salmon River 15, Saranac Lake 9
Potsdam 11, Heuvelton 10



Canton 16, Ogdensburg 7


TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2015

Potsdam 15, Saranac Lake 5
Salmon River 15, Massena 3


MONDAY, MAY 11, 2015

Salmon River 11, Potsdam 9
Heuvelton 19, Ogdensburg 8



Saranac Lake 10, Ogdensburg 6
Non League
Heuvelton 14, Northwood 11


FRIDAY, MAY 8, 2015

Massena 12, Canton 9
Non League
Potsdam 12, Northwood Prep 10 (OT)



Salmon River 23, Ogdensburg 6
Massena 8 at Potsdam 7 (OT)
Heuvelton 17, Canton 10
Non League
Northwood Prep 8, Saranac Lake 6


TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2015

Saranac Lake 11, Canton 8
Potsdam 14, Ogdensburg 9
Massena 12, Heuvelton 11
Non League
Salmon River 19, Northwood Prep 6


MONDAY, MAY 4, 2015

Salmon River 19, Canton 9


FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2015

Massena 18, Ogdensburg 7
Salmon River 18, Canton 6
Heuvelton 12, Saranac Lake 6



Non League
General Brown 17, Potsdam 7



Massena 6, Saranac Lake 5
Potsdam 12, Canton 2
Non League
Northwood Prep 9, Ogdensburg 5



Salmon River 18, Heuvelton 6


MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2015

Canton 16, Ogdensburg 5
Salmon River 22, Saranac Lake 3



Non League
Heuvelton at Northwood, postponed


FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2015

Non League
Massena 9, Northwood Prep 4



Massena 8,  Canton 5
Potsdam 11, Saranac Lake 6
Heuvelton 16, Ogdensburg 3



Non League
Indian River 9, Ogdensburg 3
Northwood 6, Canton 5



Potsdam 6, Heuvelton 5


MONDAY, APRIL 20, 2015

Ogdensburg 9, Saranac Lake 6
Salmon River 19, Potsdam 5
Massena at Canton, postponed



Watertown 19, Salmon River 4


FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2015

Salmon River 11, Massena 7



Salmon River 20, Ogdensburg 0
Heuvelton 9, Canton 8



Potsdam 13, Massena 9


MONDAY, APRIL 13, 2015

Canton 12, Saranac Lake 2
Massena 14, Heuvelton 7
Potsdam 13, Ogdensburg 7



Salmon River 18, Heuvelton 4
Non League

Immaculate Heart 15, Ogdensburg 3


FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 2015

Heuvelton 17, Saranac Lake 2



Massena 19, Ogdensburg 4



Potsdam 11, Canton 6
Massena 10, Saranac Lake 0
Heuvelton at Salmon River, postponed

Potsdam scores eight quick goals in win vs. o.f.a.

Potsdam's Kalie Grant (8) first a ball into the goal pat Ogdensburg's goalie to score the first goal of the second half for the Sandstoners. Potsdam started the game out strong putting up an 8-2 run on the Blue Devils before Ogdensburg scored late in the half to cut the lead down to 8-4 at halftime. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam's Courtney DiTullio (10) and Ogdensburg's Taylor Smith (10) battle for possession of the ball near the Sandstoners net. Potsdam's Kalie Grant logged eight goals in powering Potsdam to a 14-7 victory.  Hannah Drechsel pitched in five goals and three assists, while Matisyn Beamer buried the other goal.  O.F.A. was led by Danielle Guimond who produced four goals and two assists. Sky Hoover tallied twice.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Players from Canton and Saranac Lake scramble for the ground ball near the sideline.  Mimi Husinec scored give times as Canton rolled over Saranac Lake.Angelina Vecchio also scored two goals and providedh three assists as the Bears improved to 1-1 overall.  (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam earns first win over golden bears 11-6

Potsdam's Karissa Kingsley (12) races past two Canton defenders as she charges her way toward goal. The Sandstoners took a 6-3 lead over Canton into the half. Potsdam went on to defeat Canton 11-6 in the season opener for both teams. Hannah Dreschel scored five goals, while Paige McCabe and Matiisyn Beamer scored for Potsdam.  Sam Mace tallied twice for Canton.  (Jenne photo)

Red Raiders down the Red storm 10-0 in opening game

Massena’s Sophia Rusaw (23) and is mobbed by Saranac Lakes defenders for possession of the ball near midfield. The Red Raiders jumped out to an early 4-0 lead over the Red Storm that jumpstarted Massena's 10-0 win in the season-opening game. (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery

Saranac Lake’s counter attack up the field is met by three Massena defenders.  Devin Kelly scored three goals, while Shanley Burke, Nicole Morgan and Kyrsten Stone each scored twice in the Raiders' win.  Felicity Love and Giselle Todd combined in the shutout for Massena.

massena holds off canton FOR 12-9 ROAD VICTORY

Massena’s Kyrsten Stone (7), Maddi Dilabough (1) battle for the ball against Canton’s Bailey King (5) and Liza Collins (17). A close fought game was played between the Red Raiders and the Bears as trailed by one goal at half. Massena would pull away a little in the second half but Canton wouldn't let the lead get any bigger than four as the Bears fall to the Massena 12-9.(Jason Aubrey photo) Game Gallery Gallery
Canton’s Liza Collins (17) and Bailey King (5) battle for the ball off a faceoff against Massena’s Krysten Stone (7) and Maddi Dilabough (1).

kelly scores game winner in O.T. FOR 8-7 MASSENA WIN

Massena’s Devin Kelly (24) rips a shot on the empty net past Potsdam’s tsdam’s Kaytlin Bloom (25) and defender Paige McCabe (7) to score the game-winning goal in the first overtime to capture an 8-7 win for the Red Raiders. With the win, Massena edged a half-game ahead of Potsdam into second place.  ( Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Jessie Brusso (14) races past Massena’s Krysten Stone (7) as she charges her way toward the Raiders' goal.  Krysten and Kelly Stone dished three goals each for the Red Raiders who improved to 8-2 league, 9-2 overall. Potsdam was led by Kalie Grant who netted three goals, while Hannah Dreschel added two scores for the Sandstoners who slipped to 7-2, 7-3 overall.

salmon river gets big win over potsdam 19-5

   Salmon River's Mirabella Lazore (12) makes a break toward Potsdam’s goal. The Shamrocks led Potsdam 7-3 at halftime.  In the second half, Salmon River would pull away for a solid 19-5 win.  The win left Salmon River in sole possession of first place, while Potsdam suffered its first loss.  (Jason Aubrey photo)  Game Gallery Potsdam’s Allie Compeau (12) gets tangled up while using a screen set by teammate Hannah Drechsel (19) while moving the ball upfield.  In a game of the last two previous unbeatens in the division, Jacelyn Lazore fired off five goals, alongside four goals from Kiana Thompson. Morgan Thompson, Chrissy Benedict and Mimi Lazore all scored two goals apiece. Salmon River improved to 4-0 division, 4-1 overall. Dreschel scored three times to lead Potsdam who suffered their first loss, falling to 3-1 overall.

Sandstoners pull away from red raiders for win

Potsdam's Hannah Drechsel (19) leaps over two Massena defenders and fires a shot into the top right corner of the goal for the Sandstoners' eighth goal of the game.  The Red Raiders tied the game 8-8, but Potsdam pulled away in the closing minutes to earn a 13-9 victory in a game of previous unbeatens. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Massena's Devin Kelley turns and rips a shot through three Potsdam defenders to tie the game at 8-8 in the second half.  Potsdam's Kalie Grant continued to wield the hot stick for Potsdam with seven goals.  Hannah Drechsel added three goals and Matisyn Beamer tallied twice.  Devin Kelly and Kyrsten Stone scored four goals each for Massena.


Salmon River’s Jaclyn Lazore (19) goes top shelf and scores a goal to put the Shamrocks up 7-1 over Heuvelton. Salmon River was able to control possession of the ball for most of the game, opening with a 10-1 run, en route to an 18-4 opening-day win over Heuvelton . (Brock Simons photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton's Olivia St.Pierre (21) breaks free to score the lone first-half goal for the Lady Bulldogs late in the half.  The Shamrocks demonstrated a heightened scoring prowess to open the season behind the five-goal performance of Jacelyn Lazore. Mirabella Lazore added three goals, while Chrissy Benedict, Trysten Burns and Morgan Thompson hit the mesh twice. Kyra Thompson, Victoria Thompson, Jillian Benedict and Tsieboo Herne also produced their first goals of the season. Heuvelton was led by Olivia St. Pierre with two goals, while Carin Sherwood and Alex Steele scored once each.

Red Raiders Cruise Past Blue Devils in 19-4 Victory

Massena's Devin Kelly (24) rips a shot  toward goal, but has the shot stolen by Ogdensburg defender Janell Cordwell (9). The Blue Devil defense could not hold down the Red Raider offense as Massena cruised to a 19-4 victory and their second win of the season, while O.F.A. lost its season opener.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Ogdensburg's Sky Hoover (26) fights her way past a Massena defender to earn a shot on goal. Massena racked up 19 goals behind the six-score effort of Krysten Stone, along with three goals from Devin Kelly and double tallies from Shanley Burke, Alanna Pyke and Abbey LaClair. Ogdensburg’s opening-game effort was led by Sky Hoover who buried three goals. Danielle Guimond scored the other goal for the Blue Devils.