States: Malone Falls OT; O.F.A. Bows PK; M-W, Larries By a Goal 

Final Standings/Non League Records

EAST DIVISION          W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
St. Lawrence Central
St. Regis Falls
14-0-0   28    1-1-0
10-4-0   20    2-0-0
  9-5-0   18    0-2-0
  8-5-1   17    1-0-0
  7-7-0   14    2-0-0
4-10-0     8    1-1-0
3-10-1     7    0-1-0
0-14-0     0    0-1-0
Salmon River
10-2-0   20    3-1-0
  8-3-1   17    2-2-0
  7-5-0   14    1-3-0
  6-5-1   13    1-2-1
  5-7-0   10    1-1-0
  5-7-0   10    1-1-0
0-12-0     0    0-3-0
WEST DIVISION         W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
12-0-0   24    2-1-1
  8-3-1   17    3-1-0
  7-3-2   16    3-1-0
  5-4-3   13    1-0-0
  3-7-2     8    0-3-0
  3-9-0     6    0-4-0
0-12-0     0    0-4-0

Madrid-Waddington’s Nathan Moulton (34) climbs over a Chazy striker to snare the ball, keeping the game close at 1-0 in the second half.  However, Madrid-Waddington was unable to produce the equalizer as Chazy won 1-0 in the New York Class D quarterfinal game at Plattsburgh.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery  


Section X Boys Class A Playoffs

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NYSPHSAA Class A Quarterfinals at Section II
Queensbury (II) 2, Malone (X) 1 (OT)



Section X Class A Championship - at Potsdam HS
(#1) Malone 2, (#2) Massena 0


Queensbury’s Greg Maccharulo tallied a Golden Goal off a corner kick that caromed his way in the 84th minute (four minutes into overtime) to propel the top-ranked Spartans (21-0) past the Huskies 2-1 in the New York State Class A quarterfinal. Malone grabbed the first lead on a well-placed 25-yard shot on a free kick just 7:46 into the game. But Queensbury countered just eleven minutes later on a Peter Crawford goal. Malone ended its season at 14-4.

Malone shuts out massena  2-0 to win "a" championship

Massena’s Blake Premo (6) pushes the past A Malone defender to bring the ball up the field. Malone’s Noah Lamica scored from NAC Central Division MVP Will Bilow with just under eight minutes remaining in the first half to open a 1-0 lead. In the second half, Bilow pushed a bouncing ball past two Massena defenders, then lifted a header over Massena keeper Casey Hooper with just under 21 minutes left in the game. Massena tried desperately to get on the scoreboard, but two very close attempts in the crease bent wide of the net. Goalie Jake VanSteenburg finished with six saves in the shutout. Massena’s season closed at 6-9 overall.
(Left) Malone’s Hunter Ansari (15) makes a crossover move toward the net for shot on goal that was deflected by the Massena goalie in the second half.  The Huskies scored once in each half in a 2-0 win to capture the Section X Class A Championship.  The Huskies advance to the NYSPHSAA Class A Tournament. (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery


Section X Boys Class B Playoffs

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NYSPHSAA Class B Opening Round at Plattsburgh
Saranac Central (VII) 0, Ogdensburg (X) 0 (OT/Tie)
     *Saranac Central advances 3-2 on PK's



Section X Class B Championship - SUNY Canton
(#1) O.F.A. 0 (#2) Potsdam 0 (OT/Tie/Co-Champions)
    (Ogdensburg advances on a 6-5 shootout win)



Section X Class B Semifinal - Home Higher Seed
(#2) Potsdam 3, (#3) Salmon River 0



Section X Class B Semifinal - Home Higher Seed
(#1) Ogdensburg 2, (#4) Canton 1


Section X Class B Play-In Game - Home Higher Seed
(#4) Canton 6, (#5) Gouverneur 2

 potsdam shuts out salmon river 3-0 in semifinals

Potsdam’s David Lucht (2) kicks on net. but the shot is blocked by Salmon River’s Devin Snyder (40). Lucht contributed one goal as the Sandstoners won 3-0 in the Section X Class B semifinal, defeating the Salmon River Shamrocks 3-0. Potsdam now faces Ogdensburg for the Class B title.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Salmon River's Cameron Cartier (3) heads the ball to clear off a corner kick.  Potsdam broke the scoreless deadlock when Daniel Caamano converted a pass from Kevin Beha midway through the first half. In the second half, Romano Sergi ran onto the bad clear, drills the ball inside to Caamano who scored again to make it 2-0 Sandstoners. David Lucht poked the ball behind a defender and went “top shelf” to net the final goal. Carter Brown blocked five shots in preserving the shutout. Potsdam advances to face Ogdensburg for the Section X Class C championship. Salmon River ended its season at 7-8-2 overall.

canton advances in 6-2 victory over gouverneur

Canton forward Andy Downs (3) blasts a shot on goal breaking away from Gouverneur defender Scott Barton (4).  However, the shot was blocked on a diving save from Wildcats goalie Kurtis Knight keeping the game scoreless in the opening minutes. The Golden pulled away in the second half to capture the 6-2 victory to advance to the Section X Class B semifinals. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Gouverneur’s Scott Barton (4) battles the ball away from Canton'a John Mahoney (27) to regain possession in the first half.  Downs pumped in three goals while assisting on two other scores as the fourth-seeded Golden Bears outdueled the #5-seeded Wildcats in the Section X Class B play-in game. Canton goalie Jarod Burchell was effective on both ends of the field, connecting for a goal on a penalty kick and collecting four saves in the win. The Bears move on to face top-seeded Ogdensburg in the semifinals. Ty Reed scored both goals for Gouverneur, which closed its season at 0-16.


Saranac wins advancement shootout 3-2

It was deva vu in reverse for the Ogdensburg Blue Devils, with a bitter ending in the first round of the New York State Class B playoffs. Justyn McCormick collected a school-record 29th career shutout in net. Ogdensburg appeared to win the game in the fourth and final overtime when, with 19 seconds remaining, the Blue Devils appeared to score. But just as O.F.A. won in PK’s vs. Potsdam in the Section X Class B final, after a goal waived off for offside in the overtime. The same happened in reverse for the Blue Devils in the state opener. The potential goal was waved for goaltender interference and Saranac Central went on to win the shootout 3-2. Easton Garvey and Ian Morrow scored in the shootout for the Devils. The game is officially a tie, with the Chiefs advancing to the state quarterfinal round. O.F.A.’s season ended at 11-6-1.


Ogdensburg’ Nicholas Demers (2) crosses the ball up the field for a the shot on goal that misses just left.  This game went into overtime scoreless.  Potsdam appeared to net the game winner in the second overtime, but the officials conferred and ruled the play was just offside.  After two overtimes, both teams being declared co-champions, Potsdam took the early lead in the penalty-kick shootout, but OFA outlasted Potsdam 6-5 to advance to state tournament action.  (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Romano Sergi (12) chips the ball toward goal, but is stopped by O.F.A. keeper Justyn McCormick (1).  After a 5-5 tie through the first six rounds of penalty kicks, followed by a Potsdam miss, sophomore Connor Griffith planted and drove the game winning shot into the right corner of the net, past Potsdam keeper Danner Dorothy and advance the Blue Devils to states.   In holding Potsdam at 0-0, O.F.A. keeper Justyn McCormick logged his 28th career shutout, a school record. Potsdam's season ended at 9-8-1.


Ogdensburg forward Zach Thomas (11) battles the ball past Canton goalkeeper od Burchell (00) and is left with an open shot on goal to score, making it 2-0 early in the second half.  Brody Sheppard scored the first goal in the 30th minute of the first half as the Blue Devils defeated Canton 2-1  to advance to the Section X Class B Championship.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Canton midfielder Chase Writesel (20) drives the ball past Ogdensburg defender Gregory Mallet (15) toward the Blue Devils' goal in the first half.  After the Bears fell behind 2-0 in the 51st minute, Canton's Sam Martin drew the Bears back within striking range with a goal in the 58th minute.  Canton finished its season at 7-9-1.


Section X Boys Class C Playoffs

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NYSPHSAA Class C Opening Round at Plattsburgh
Lake Placid (VII) 1, St. Lawrence Central 0



Section X Class C Championship at Potsdam HS
(#2) St. Lawrence Central 3, (#1) Brushton-Moira 0



Section X Class C Semifinal - Home Higher Seed
(#2) St. Lawrence Central 2, (#3) Norwood-Norfolk 1


A 12th minute goal held up for the remaining 68 minutes as Lake Placid netted a 1-0 win in the New York State Class C opening round. Lake Placid’s Jaso Hannula netted the game’s only goal on a pass from Jarell Paul. Goalie Jacob Novick protected the shutout with four saves for the Bombers. Zach St. Hilaire was kept busy with 16 saves for the Larries who closed out their season at 11-6-1.

lantry scores game winner to send LARRIES to "C" FINAL

Norwood-Norfolk's Logan Weaver (10) traps the ball off a St. Lawrence Central throw-in to regain possession and charge past a midfielder Alex Berg (28) in the second half. Andrew Lantry scored the game-winning goal for St. lawrence Central with just 3:02 remaining in the game to capture the 2-1 victory and advance to the Section X Class C Championship to meet Brushton-Moira. (Jeff Brashich photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central's Andrew Lantry (11) celebrates with teammate Sean Hornung (22) after scoring the game-winning goal with just three minutes remaining in the game to earn the 2-1 win.  Scoreless into the second half, the Larries’ Trent Dow lifts the ball into the box. Branson Kinnear flicked the header over the Flyers’ keeper to make it 1-0 St. Lawrence. Norwood-Norfolk’s Beau Catimon cut through the middle and sent a screen shot just out of the reach of Larries’ keeper Zach St. Hilaire, tying the game at 1-1, with just under 12 minutes to go. Flyers got a chance to take the lead on a scrum for the loose ball off Trent Tatum’s corner kick. St. Hilaire dove and from his belly twice swatted the ball from harm’s way. Down to just over 3:00 left, Andrew Lantry closed in from the sharp angle and tucked the ball just inside the far post for what would be the game winner and the first-ever post-season victory for St. Lawrence boys soccer. The Larries advance to face top-seeded Brushton-Moira for the Class C Championship. Norwood-Norfolk’s season ended at 5-11 overall.

larries win ITS FIRST BOYS CLASS "c" title 3-0 VS. B-M

Larries forward Andrew Lantry (11) breaks free and scores the second goal in the opening moments of the game to lift the Larries toward a 3-0 victory and the first boys soccer championship in St. Lawrence Central school history.  The Larries now advance to the NYSPHSAA Class C Tournament where they will meet the Section VII Champion in the first round.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central Larries - Class C Champions

Brushton-Moira’s Gage Martin (2) and Conner Bellows (6) puts the pressure on St. Lawrence Central’s Noah Rijnders (6).  St. Lawrence Central launched its first-ever appearance in Section X Boys Class C championship with a lightning-quick two-goal start and Zach St. Hilaire protected the Larries’ cage in stunning the top-seeded Brushton-Moira Panthers 3-0 for the school’s first boys soccer title. Just two days earlier, the Larries – in just their seventh season of boys soccer – won a post-season contest for the first time ever, beating Norwood-Norfolk in the semifinals. Just 1:13 into the contest, the Larries’ Ben Steiger teed up the game’s first corner kick. The ball bounced wildly in the crease, before Parker Hornung boots in the loose ball, delivering the game’s first goal. The cheering had barely subsided when Andrew Lantry gathered in the lead pass behind two Panthers and slid the ball past the defenseless B-M keeper. 2-0 Larries just 4:04 into the contest. Lantry would score again in the 68th minute and St. Hilaire would stop all seven Panther shots to secure the title. Brushton-Moira finished its season at 12-5.


Section X Boys Class D Playoffs

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NYSPHSAA Class D Quarterfinals - Plattsburgh HS
Chazy (VII) 1, Madrid-Waddington (X) 0



Section X Class D Championship - Potsdam HS
(#1) Madrid-Waddington 3, (#7) Colton-Pierrepont 0



Section X Class D Semifinals - at Ogdensburgpan>
(#7) Colton-Pierrepont 1, (#6) Lisbon 0
(#1) Madrid-Waddington 2, (#5) Chateaugay 1



Section X Class D Quarterfinals - at Potsdam HS
(#5) Chateaugay 2, (#4) Heuvelton 1 (OT)
(#1) Madrid-Waddington 8, (#9) Edwards-Knox 0
Section X Class D Quarterfinals - at O.F.A.
(#6) Lisbon 2, (#3) Hammond 1 (2OT)
(#7) Colton-Pierrepont 1, (#2) Harrisville 0



Section X Class D Opening Round - Higher Seed
(#5) Chateaugay 5, (#12) Morristown 2
(#6) Lisbon 7, (#11) St. Regis Falls 0
(#7) Colton-Pierrepont 4, (#10) Hermon-DeKalb 0
(#9) Edwards-Knox 2, (#8) Parishville-Hopkinton 0


madrid-waddington RALLIES to claim 2-1 SEMIFINAL WIN

Chateauguay goalkeeper Jonah McDonald leaps over both Madrid-Waddington forwards and Chateauguay defenders to make a save off a Yellow Jackets' corner kick to maintain the Bulldogs' 1-0 lead midway through the second half. Goals from Jesse Lamere and Jake Robinson lifted the Jackets past the Bulldogs in a 2-1 victory to advance to the Section X Class D Championship game where they will face Colton-Pierrepont. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Chateauguay’s Chandler LaPlante (2) breaks through Madrid-Waddington defenders Jake Robinson (15) and Ryan VanPatten (5) to fire a shot on goal in the second half.  After a scoreless draw through the first 58 minutes, Chateaugay broke through on a penalty kick. It was LaPlante who dented twine with 21:10 remaining to put the Bulldogs ahead 1-0. Chateaugay’s defense continually turned away the Jackets, until Jesse Lamere broke through and scored, tying the game with 15 minutes left. Jake Robinson followed his initial shot and drilled home the game winner, lifting the top-seeded Jackets to the 2-1 victory. M-W keeper Nate Moulton turned aside three shots on goal. Chateaugay goalie Jonah McDonald had several spectacular saves, stopping nine shots, including three breakaways. Madrid-Waddington faces Colton-Pierrepont for the Section X Class D title. Chateaugay closes its season at 12-3-1.

#6 lisbon stuns #3 hammond 2-1 in double overtime win

Hammond goalkeeper Colman Pease (00) makes a sliding save to stop the short range shot from Lisbon forward Holden Woods (8) to keep the game 1-1 at the beginning of the overtime period. Lisbon's Teagean Jordan scored the Golden Goal in the second overtime, stunning the #3-seeded Red Devils as #6-seeded Lisbon upset Hammond 2-1 in the Section X Class D quarterfinal. (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Kyle Burgess (26) and Hammond’s Randy Durnham (4) tangle for possession of the ball at midfield in the second half.  Logan Tate propelled the Red Devils into the lead by scoring the game's first goal at 22:29 of the first half.  With just 6:31 left in regulation, Tucker Jordan's header converted a pass from Tyler Gravlin, redirecting the ball to the upper left corner of the net, tying the contest at 1-1.  In a wide-open finish to regulation and two overtimes, both teams generated strong scoring chances.  A Hammond corner kick was put on net twice, only to have the ball carom off the crossbar.  Teagean Jordan's sudden-victory goal came with 3:09 left in regulation.  Lisbon keeper Hayden McBath collected three saves, while Pease stopped four shots.  The Knights will face Colton-Pierrepont in the semifinals.  The Red Devils finish up 11-5-1 overall.

lamere hat trick lEADs m-w IN shuTout WIN VS. COUGARS

Madrid-Waddington's Jesse Lamere (3) closes in and blasts a shot on Edwards-Knox goalkeeper Jordan Moore (14) to score the second goal of the game, carrying the Yellowjackets to a 2-0 lead in the first half. Lamere produced a hat trick, while teammates Shane Tiernan, Evan Ruddy, Daniel Dominy and Owen Uppstrom all scored goals, lifting Madrid-Waddington past Edwards-Knox 8-0  in the Section X Class D quarterfinals.. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Edwards-Knox forward Matthew Hall (15) storms past three Madrid-Waddington defenders and charges his way toward the Yellowjackets' goal in the first half.  

edwards-knox shuts out parishville-hopkinton 2-0

Parishville-Hopkinton goalkeeper Kyle Woods (22) leaps over the Edwards-Knox forwards and Panthers defenders to make the save off a corner kick to keep the lead to just 1-0 midway through the second half.  Zachary Scott scored both goals for Edwards-Knox as the #9-seeded Cougars picked up the 2-0 shutout victory over 8th-seeded Parishville-Hopkinton in the opening round of Section X Class D playoffs. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Edwards-Knox goalie Parker Harper (9) dives down to make the save, blocking the shot from Parishville-Hopkinton forward Chase Knowles (14) protecting a 2-0 late in the second half.  The Cougars scored a goal in each half, with Matt Hall and Justin Scott assisting. Parker Harper registered the shutout in net. Edwards-Knox will face top-seeded Madrid-Waddington in the quarterfinals. Parishville-Hopkinton’s season ended at 3-11-1 overall.


Karter Jordan’s shots were on point, producing two goals in the first 15 minutes and four goals overall for #6-seeded Lisbon in a 7-0 whitewash of St. Regis Falls in the Section X Class D opening round. Also scoring for the Golden Knights were Ben LaRock, Miles Gendebein and Kyle Burgess. Teagan Jordan provided to assists. Lisbon led 4-0 at the half. Goalie Hayden McBath needed just one save for the shutout, but it was a quick tip of a hard one-time redirect that he deflected just over the crossbar. Meanwhile, Lisbon’s steady pressure peppered 39 shots on the Saints’ net. SRF keeper Blake Mulverhill registered 16 saves. Lisbon moves on to face third-seeded Hammond in the quarterfinals. St. Regis closes at 0-16.

The Colts’ Tim Farns logged two goals and an assist in guiding the #7-seeded Colts to a 4-0 shutout of #10 seed Hermon-DeKalb in the Class D opening round. Isaiah Wilmart tucked in a goal and issued one assist. Logan Burns also scored. Aiden Knight handled two saves in the shutout. The Colts play second-seeded Harrisville in the quarterfinals. Hermon-DeKalb ends the season at 3-14.

Chateaugay leapt out to a 3-0 lead in the first 26 minutes and cruised to a 5-2 win over the Green Rockets. The Bulldogs showed a nice offensive spread with five different scorers: Carson Kemp, Logan Secore, Cameron Tracy, Skylor Monette and Jacob Reville. Owen Kuca and Tristin Simmons netted the goals for Morristown. The all-Bulldogs quarterfinal will pit #5-seeded Chateaugay against fourth-seeded Heuvelton. Morristown pulls the curtain down on its season, finishing 0-17.

madrid-waddington falls to chazy in QUARTERFINAL

Madrid-Waddington’s Nathan Moulton (34) climbs over a Chazy striker to snare the ball, keeping the game close at 1-0 in the second half.  However, Madrid-Waddington was unable to produce the equalizer as Chazy won 1-0 in the New York Class D quarterfinal game at Plattsburgh.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Chazy’s Tristan Conners (3) crosses the ball up the field and chips the ball toward goal.  One goal with just over 10 minutes to go in the first half ended Madrid-Waddington’s post-season run and a strong 17-2 season. Perennial powerhouse Chazy (18-1) was only able dent once against a stellar performance by Jackets’ keeper Nate Moulton who kept M-W close with nine saves. The Eagles’ Brian McAfee scored the game’s lone goal. Madrid-Waddington's best chance game late in the game, as the Jackets' scrambled for the equalizer on a corner kick from Jesse Lamere. Shane Tiernan's header misses just wide of the opposite post.

madrid-waddington wins class d championship 3-0

Madrid-Waddington’s Shane Tiernan (9) heads the ball toward the Colton-Pierrepont goal off a Yellow Jackets' corner kick early in the first half.  After scoring two back-to-back goals midway into the first half, Madrid-Waddington scored an additional goal in the second half to capture the Section X Class D Championship 3-0.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Isaiah Wilmart (8) traps the ball away from two Madrid-Waddington defenders off the Yellowjackets throw-in to regain possession at midfield.  John McCall thrust M-W into the lead on a cross from Jake Thomas.  As the ball bounced, McCall looped his shot over Colts' goalie Aiden Knight for a 1-0 lead.  Just over a minute later, Jesse Lamere crossed for Jake Robinson who boomed a second goal top-shelf-left.  McCall scored the lone goal of the second half, redirecting a corner kick from Robinson on a header.  Knight finished with 12 shots, while M-W goalie Nate Moulton needed just three saves to preserve the shutout.  "Our guys just kept grinding and we once we put a few series together with control and calmness we were ok," said M-W Head Coach Ryan Robinson. "Shane Tiernan and Jake Robinson did a great job again today of controlling our middle and finding guys.  Dan Dominy played so hard today on both offense and defense. He has been our all-purpose player all year and he did it again. Just a real tough game today. I don't know if it was the wind or the fact it was our 3rd game in 5 days.  I really felt the Chateaugay game had us battle tested for today's game.  The way the games went in the East this year, every game is a battle. It's so hard to best anyone in our division three times."


Colton-Pierrepont forward Tim Farns (3) battles the ball past a Lisbon defender for a shot on the Golden Knights goal, However, the shot was blocked by Lisbon goalkeeper Hayden McBath to hold the Colts to a 1-0 lead in the second half. Farns scored the lone goal of the game to lead the Colts to a 1-0 win over Libson to advance to the Section X Class D Championship. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Teagan Jordan (1) traps the ball to gain possession off a Colts' throw-in past Colton-Pierrepont defender Jeremy Ryan (12) in the second half. Seventh-seeded Colton-Pierrepont struck in the second minute of the game, then continued to shut out #6-seed Lisbon 1-0 in the Section X Class D semifinals. Farns dented twine at 1:12 of the opening whistle. The Colton-Pierrepont defense allowed only four shots on goalie Aiden Knight, who turned them all away in preserving the shutout. Lisbon goalkeeper Hayden McBath had three saves. The Colts advance to face Madrid-Waddington in the Section X Class D championship. Chateaugay finished its season at 13-4-1 overall.

colton-pierrepont upsets #2 harrisville in 1-0 victory

Colton-Pierrepont goalie Aiden Knight (49) blocks the shot in a tight scoreless first half.  Knight would collect all seven Pirates' shots and earn the shutout as the #7-seeded Colts upset #2-seeded Harrisville 1-0 in the Boys Section X Class D quarterfinals.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Harrisville’s Ryan Weaver (4) gets the header on a corner kick, but the shot attempt is rejected by the Colts' goalie.  After a scoreless game at halftime, Colton-Pierrepont's Tim Farns scored from Cooper Reagan at 21:51 of the second half.  Goalie Nate Woodward turned out four shots.  the Colts advance to face Lisbon in the semifinal round.  The Pirates closed their strong season at 14-2-1.

Laplante NETS CHATEAUGAY'S O.T. GOAL VS. heuvelton 2-1

Chateaugay's Neil Raville (10) breaks past Heuvelton defender Zed Crayford (7) to fire a shot on goal, however the shot was blocked by Heuvelton goalkeeper Trent Weston (99) to keep Heuvelton in the lead 1-0 early in the first half.  Chandler LaPlante scored the tying goal in the second half to send the game into overtime at 1-1.  LaPlante also netted the game winner 10 minutes into overtime to lift Chateaugay to the 2-1 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

Heuvelton's Jordan Fisher (1) battles over possession of the ball at midfield with Chateaugay midfielder Kiernan Gibson (15) late in the first half.  Fifth-seeded Chateaugay advances to face top-seeded Madrid-Waddington in the Section X Class D semifinal round.  Heuvelton closed out 10-4-2.