Salmon River Wins First Section X Girls Lax State Playoff Game!


The Salmon River Shamrocks celebrate with their Section X Championship banner. The Shamrocks battled back scoring three unanswered goals in the final eight minutes of the game to capture the Section X Overall Championshi'p defeating the Canton Golden Bears 9-8. Salmon River now advances into the NYSPHSAA Class D Tournament where they will meet Section IV’s Chenango Forks this Thursday night in Vestal NY.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

2019 GIRLS SECTION X LACROSSE
Final Regular Season Standings


x-Canton
Massena
Salmon River
Saranac Lake Placid
Potsdam
Heuvelton
Ogdensburg
W-L    GB   NonLg
11-1      -        1-2
10-2      1       2-2
  9-3      2       0-0
  6-6      5       0-0
  4-8      7       1-3
2-10      9       0-2
0-12    11       1-3



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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
National PowerLax Website

 

Section X Girls Lacrosse Playoffs

SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 2019

NYSPHSAA Class D Quarterfinal- Fayettevl-Manlius
Skaneateles (III) 18, Salmon River (X) 3

 

THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2019

NYSPHSAA Class C Opening Round
Vestal (IV) 19, Canton (X) 5
NYSPHSAA Class D Opening Round
Salmon River (X) 15, Chenango Forks (IV) 11

 

TUESDAY, MAY 28, 2019

(#3) Salmon River 9, (#1) Canton 8

 

THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2019

Section X Class C/D Semifinals - at Potsdam HS
(#3) Salmon River 16, (#2) Massena 14
(#1) Canton 14, (#5) Potsdam 6

 

TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

Section X Class C/D Quarterfinals - at Higher Seed
(#5) Potsdam 18, (#4) Saranac Lake Placid 12
(#3) Salmon River 16, (#6) Heuvelton 3

  #1 CANTON ELIMINATES 5TH-SEED POTSDAM IN SEMIFINAL


Canton’s Hannah Stevenson blasts a shot past Potsdam goalie Olivia Scott (25) after breaking through the Potsdam defense for the second goal of the game and giving Canton a 2-1 lead over the Sandstoners in the first half.  After a long weather delay, Canton prevailed 14-6 in the Section X Class C-D semifinals. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Alana McDonald steals the ball from Canton midfielder Etta Coburn (9) and charges toward the Golden Bears goal midway through the first half.  Coburn paced the Bears with four goals and three assists.

POTSDAM FLIPS S.L.P.; SALMON RIVER WINS IN QUARTERFINALS

SALMON RIVER 16, HEUVELTON 3
Third-seeded Salmon River ran out to a 10-3 halftime lead, then shut down the #6-seeded Bulldogs the rest of the way in a 16-3 victory in the Section X Class C-D quarterfinals. Krysten Thompson and Paisley Cook ripped yard three times each to pace the Shamrocks, while Jianna Lazore and Kendall Jock chipped in two goals each. Goalies Brounetta Terrance and Tiarra Adams combined for three saves in the win. Heuvelton goals were scored by Chelsie Jock, Dakota Mouthorp and Emma Lafaver. Luna Kirby made nine saves. Salmon River advances to face second-seeded Massena in the semifinal round. Heuvelton closed its season at 2-13 overall.

POTSDAM 18, SARANAC LAKE PLACID 12
Potsdam’s Alana McDonald was involved in a dozen Potsdam scores – with nine goals and three assists, as fifth-seeded Potsdam went on the road to beat #4-seeded Saranac Lake Placid 18-12 in the Section X Class C-D quarterfinals. The win for Potsdam overcame two regular-season losses to SLP. Erica Sloan collected three goals and two assists, while Josie Brusso tallied three times. Daysia Wagner pitched in two goals and two assists. Sophie Compeau scored the remaining goal. Olivia Scott registered 12 saves in the Potsdam net. SLP was led by Rylee Preston who netted four goals, followed by Ryley Fischer with three goals, and a pair of goals each from Olivia Ferebee and Lydia Bullock. Saranac Lake Placid closed its season at 6-7 overall.

SALMON RIVER FIRST SECTION X TEAM TO WIN IN STATES

SALMON RIVER 15, CHENANGO FORKS 11
Salmon River became Section X's first girls lacrosse team to win a New York State playoff game with a 15-11 victory over Section IV champion Chenango Forks.  Jillian Benedict paced the Shamrocks with four goals, while Paisley Cook rung up three scores.  Yanenowi Logan, Meg Martin and Joryan Adams each picked two goals, while Kendall Jock and Jadie Burns dented the net for a goal each.

  Salmon river earns come back victory over canton


The Salmon River Shamrocks celebrate with their Section X Championship banner. The Shamrocks battled back scoring three unanswered goals in the final eight minutes of the game to capture the Section X Overall Championship defeating the Canton Golden Bears 9-8. Salmon River now advances into the NYSPHSAA Class D Tournament where they will meet Section IV’s Chenango Forks this Thursday night in Vestal NY.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Canton attacker Camryn Sipher (8) spins around two Salmon River defenders to score the eighth goal for the Golden Bears to take an 8-6 lead midway through the second half.  With 14 minutes to go, Canton's Hannah Stevenson went over the top to score.  Golden Bears led 8-6.  But Salmon River attacked Canton's attempt to kill the clock.  Instead, Paisley Cook fed Wynter Jock who picks the lower corner, cutting Canton's lead to 8-7. Five minutes to go, Meg Martin crosseg through the crease and scores point-blank, tying the game 8-8.  Jillian Benedict who buries the game winning goal with :35 seconds to go.  Benedict, Kendall Jock and Paisley Cook all scored two goals.  Cook provided four assists, While Joryan Adams dished three assists.  For Canton, Hannah Stevenson scored four goals, while Katie Chisholm and Etta Colburn scored two goals each. Both teams advance into state sectional play, both in Vestal NY on Thursday.  Canton will face Vestal.

  SEMIFINAL: sHAMROCKS edge massena in 16-14 victory


Massena’s Novaleigh LaGrow (18) fires the ball past Salmon River goalie Brounetta Terrance (29) to score in the middle of the first half to cut the Shamrocks lead to 5-3. Massena climbed out of a 15-8 deficit with less than 11 minutes remaining, clawing back to within a goal at 15-14.  However, the Red Raiders were unable to score the equalizer with the ball in the final minute.  Salmon River edged Massena 16-14 in the Section X overall girls lacrosse semifinals at Potsdam. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

Salmon River’s Teya Mitchell (12) blasts the ball past Massena goalie Mickenna LaPage (17) to extend the Shamrocks' lead over the Red Raiders to 6-3 in the middle of the first half.  Jillian Benedict scored five goals to lead the Shamrock attack. 

 

Games of Weeks 1-5: March 27-May 18, 2019

FRIDAY, MAY 17, 2019

Salmon River 17, Massena 16 (OT)
Saranac Lake Placid 16, Heuvelton 8

 

THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2019

Canton 15, Saranac Lake Placid 9
Massena 14, Heuvelton 3
Potsdam 14, Ogdensburg 4

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 2019

Non League
Immaculate Heart 17, Ogdensburg 4

 

TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2019

Saranac Lake 12, Potsdam 11
Salmon River 16, Heuvelton 3

 

MONDAY, MAY 13, 2019

Saranac Lake Placid 13, Ogdensburg 2
Salmon River 18, Potsdam 10
Canton 11, Massena 8

Non League
Immaculate Heart at Heuvelton, canceled

 

SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2019

Salmon River 16, Saranac Lake Placid 14
Non League

Massena 9, Immaculate Heart 8 (OT)
Indian River 17 Potsdam 13

 

FRIDAY, MAY 10, 2019

Canton 16, Heuvelton 4
Massena 16, Ogdensburg 2

 

THURSDAY, MAY 9, 2019

Canton 18, Ogdensburg 6
Non League
Potsdam 14, Northwood 4

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 2019

Massena 17, Saranac Lake Placid 16
Non League

Canton 14, Northwood 4

 

TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

Massena 14, Salmon River 13
Saranac Lake Placid 14, Potsdam 12
Heuvelton 18, Ogdensburg 9
Non League
Watertown 18, Canton 10

 

MONDAY, MAY 6, 2019

Salmon River 17, Heuvelton 11
Non league
Indian River 18, Potsdam 5

 

SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2019

Non League
Massena 15, Northwood 4

 

FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2019

Canton 16, Salmon River 3

 

THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2019

Potsdam 17, Heuvelton 7
Canton 8, Salmon River 7

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 2019

Massena 15, Potsdam 12
Salmon River 10, Saranac Lake 8
Non League
Watertown at Ogdensburg, canceled

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2019

Canton 15, Potsdam 9
Non League
Ogdensburg 12, Northwood 9

 

MONDAY, APRIL 29, 2019

Saranac Lake Placid 16, Heuvelton 10
Salmon River 26, Ogdensburg 2
Non League
Carthage 15, Massena 9

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 2019

Non League
Immaculate Heart 14, Potsdam 5
Watertown 19, Massena 4

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 2019

Canton 14, Saranac Lake 5
Massena 17, Heuvelton 7
Potsdam 19, Ogdensburg 9

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2019

Saranac Lake Placid 16, Ogdensburg 5
Non League
Indian River 13, Heuvelton 5

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2019

Massena 9, Canton 8 (OT)

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2019

Canton 17, Heuvelton 7
Massena 16, Ogdensburg 3

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 2019

Heuvelton 12, Ogdensburg 8
Non League
Carthage 12, Canton 6

 

MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2019

Canton 19, Ogdensburg 5
Massena 12, Potsdam 10
Salmon River at Heuvelton, ppd. to 5/14

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2019

Non League
Watertown at Massena, rescheduled to 4/27

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2019

Potsdam 12, Heuvelton 9
Canton at Salmon River, postponed
Non League
Indian River 18, Ogdensburg 4

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2019

Massena 16, Saranac Lake Placid 7

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 2019

Salmon River 8, Potsdam 6
Non League
Ogdensburg at Northwood, postponed

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

Salmon River 20, Ogdensburg 2
Canton 14, Potsdam 5
Saranac Lake Placid at Heuvelton, postponed

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2019

Non league
Indian River 18, Ogdensburg 4

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 2019

Non League
Indian River 11, Heuvelton 2

  canton'S 2ND-HALF SURGE SINKS POTSDAM IN OPENER


Canton’s Morgan Whitman (12) rips the shot on net, past Potsdam goalkeeper Julia Basford, to give the Golden Bears a 5-4 lead early in the second half.  After Potsdam led 4-3 at the half, Canton netted nine straight goals, en route to a 14-5 victory over the Sandstoners.  Whitman anchored the Bears with four goals and two assists.  (Sam Wangerin Photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Alana McDonald (8) charges the net on a partial breakaway, but whips her shot just wide of the goalpost.  Hanna Stevenson added three goals and an assist, while Katie Chisholm pitched in three goals and Etta Coburn scored twice.  Josie Brusso scored four of Potsdam's goals, while McDonald scored the other.  Daysia Wagner dished two assists.

 MASSENA JUMPS TO EARLY LEAD, CRUISES PAST STORM


Saranac Lake Placid captain Ryley Fischer (10) pierces the Massena defense and gets off a shot on goal, but the attempt is turned aside.  Massena's Sophia Mitchell produced three goals and an assist, while Lindsay LaDue delivered three goals to lead Massena to a 16-7 victory in the season opener for both teams.  Katelyn Kennedy, Arianna Thompson and Novaleigh LaGrow each tallied a pair of goals for the Red Raiders. (Howard King photo) Game Gallery

Massena's Arianna Thompson (1) fends off an SLP defender in chasing down the loose bouncing ball.  Olivia Ferebee and Meghan Byrne each scored two goals to lead the Red Storm, while Fischer, Kylie Clark and Alex LaDue netted singletons.  Both goalies, Massena's Skarlet Wilson and SLP's Erica Swirsky, recorded six saves each.

Immaculate Heart CRUISES TO 17-4 win VS. Ogdensburg


Ogdensburg forward Payton Horton (2) battles her way around Immaculate Heart midfielder Rose Gonas (6) as she charges her way toward the Cavaliers' goal in the first half.  After a 2-2 tie early in the contest, the Cavaliers pulled away with 11 straight goals in the first half en route to a 17-4 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

Immaculate Heart’s Mandi McElheran (9) blasts a shot past the Ogdensburg goalie to score the fifth goal of the game for the Cavaliers giving them a 5-2 lead midway through the first half.  Paige Merz scored two goals, while Julia L'Orange and Brinley Frederick scored the goals for OFA. 

Indian River PULLS AWAY FROM Potsdam in 17-13 WIN


Potsdam’s Josie Brusso (14) breaks through the Indian River defense and blasts the shot past the Warriors' goalkeeper to tie the game up at 9-9 early in the second half.  Indian River scored five unanswered goals in the second half to jump to a 14-9 lead over the Sandstoners. The Warriors held off Potsdam to capture the 17-13 non-league victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

An Indian River attacker drives the ball past Potsdam goalie Julia Basford (24) in the second half to take an 11-9 lead.  Alena McDonald collected three goals and two assists, while Erica Sloan and Daisia Wagner netted three goals and one helper each to lead Potsdam. 

Canton BEATS Heuvelton
16-4 TO STAY EVEN AT THE TOP


Canton’s goalkeeper Bailey McIntosh (25) deflects the shot from Heuvelton attacker Dakota Mouthorp (9) to hold their lead at double digits near the end of the second half. Canton went on to win 16-4 over Heuvelton.  Canton was led by Hannah Stevenson with five goals and Etta Coburn and Morgan Whitman with three goals each.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Heuvelton's Emma Lafaver (20) rips the ball past the defense for the Bulldogs' fourth goal late in the game. Lafaver led the Bulldogs with 3 goals while Mallory Cameron netted one.  

CANTON RALLIES, THEN EDGES SALMON RIVER 9-8 IN THRILLER


 Canton's Etta Coburn (9) fires on net and rips yarn behind the Salmon River goalie, collecting one of her four goals, that would lead to the Golden Bears pulling off a four-goal comeback and edging Salmon River 9-8 with Morgan Whitman's second goal with just 55 seconds remaining in the game.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Salmon River attacker Jillian Benedict (9) looks for an opening in the tight Canton defense, looking for a shot on Canton senior goalie Paige Glasgow (9).  Salmon River was led by Benedict with three goals.Morgan Whitman scored the final two goals of the game, capping a four-goal comeback that led the Golden Bears to an 8-7 victory over previously-unbeaten Salmon River (4-1). The Bears, who seem to customarily fall behind early, dug out of a 4-0 deficit in the first half, to score three in a row before the break. Etta Coburn led the rally with two more goals in the first five minutes of the second half to give the Bears their first lead 5-4. Coburn finished with four goals. Whitman scored with 2:41 left to tie the contest 7-7, then scored what proved to be the game winner with just 55 seconds remaining.

POTSDAM SURGES IN 2ND HALF TO OUTLAST HEUVELTON 12-9


 Heuvelton's Gabriella Jones (20) fires a shot on Potsdam goalie Olivia Scott (25).  In a tightly-contested game, Potsdam opened one-goal leads, only to have Heuvelton immediately answer at 1-1, 2-2, 3-3 and 4-4.  The game was knotted 6-6 at the half.  Potsdam pulled away in the second half for a 12-9 win.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam's Ani Akin (2) reaches high to pull in the ball and attempt a shot against Heuvelton goalie Luna Kirby (19).  Josie Brusso racked up six goals, including three in each half, powering the Sandstoners to their first win in the conference (1-2). After the teams steadily traded goals to settle for a 6-6 tie at the half, Potsdam opened the second half with a two-goal lead. Daysia Wagner added five goals for Potsdam. Chelsie Jock set the pace for the Bulldogs with four goals, while Cyera McNamara struck for three goals.