Section X Teams Wipe Out in New York State Playoff Openers

Final Standings/Non League Records

EAST DIVISION          W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
St. Lawrence Central
St. Regis Falls
13-0-1   27    1-1-0
12-1-1   25    1-1-0
  8-6-0   16    1-1-0
  8-6-0   16    0-2-0
  6-8-0   12    0-2-0
  5-8-1   11    1-1-0
1-11-2     4    1-1-0
0-13-1     1    1-1-0
Salmon River
  9-1-2   20    3-1-0
  9-2-1   19    3-1-0
  7-4-1   15    2-2-0
  6-5-1   13    3-1-0
  5-6-1   11    2-2-0
  3-9-0     6    2-2-0
0-12-0     0    0-1-0
WEST DIVISION         W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
11-0-1   23    1-3-0
10-1-1   21    2-2-0
  7-5-0   14    1-1-0
  6-6-0   12    1-3-0
  3-8-1     7    0-2-0
  3-8-1     7    0-3-0
0-12-0     0    0-0-0

Madrid-Waddington’s Nathaniel Plumley (left) and Chateaugay’s Jamie Rabideau (right) battle for possession of the ball. After a scoreless first half, the Bulldogs registered the first goal on a penalty kick. The Yellow Jackets answered 23 seconds later. Chateaugay won the game 2-1 in double overtime.  (Ryan Moore photo) Game Gallery


Section X & New York State Boys Class A Playoffs

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New York State Class A Opening Round
Fowler (III) 2, Massena (X) 0



Class A Championship at Potsdam HS
(#2) Massena 2, (#1) Malone 1

Massena midfielder Nick Henrie (15) fights for the ball, then runs past Malone defender Charles O’Connor (22), before scoring on a blistering, low line-drive from near the penalty stripe at 8:20 of the opening half to make it 1-0. Henrie set up the second goal with a cross to the opposite side of the penalty area. Shane Cameron ran onto the ball and drilled it into the open net at 9:19 to provide an insurance score. Malone finally found the mark in the final three minutes, when Will Bilow received a throw-in from Brandon Raville, speed-dribble around three Massena defenders and ripped a low shot into the right side of the net.
Thomas stopped two of three shots on goal, while Malone’s Jason Spaulding corralled five of seven shots. Malone finishes its season at 9-7-1 overall.

Massena Fends off Huskies to win Class A Championship

The Massena Red Raiders hoist the Section X Class A Championship plaque, after holding off a late comeback attempt by the Malone Huskies in a 2-1 victory. The Raiders advance to the New York State Class A Tournament to face the Section III Champion next week at Potsdam High School.  The Huskies continuously hounded the Massena net, including a mad scramble for a rain-slicked ball just outside the reach of goalie Turner Thomas, but the Huskies were unable to connect in the fist half, despite significantly outshooting the Red Raiders. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


The Massena Red Raiders’ boys soccer season came to an end in the opening round of the New York State Class A soccer playoffs with a 2-0 loss at the hands of Section III’s Fowler Falcons. A pair of goals by Abdullah Abdulkareem, one in the 24th minute and the other off a penalty kick in the 29th minute, sunk the Raiders. Turner Thomas closed out the season with a six-shot save in net. Massena finished out the campaign with an 8-9-1 record as Section X Class A champions.


Section X Boys Class B Playoffs

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New York State Class B Opening Round at Colonie
Schalmont (II) 6, Ogdensburg (X) 1



Class B Championship at SUNY Canton
(#2) Ogdensburg 2, (#1) Canton 0



Class B Semifinals
(#1) Canton 7, (#4) Gouverneur 0
(#2) Ogdensburg 3, (#3) Salmon River 0

Golden Bears earn 7-0 win to advance to title game

Canton’s Jacob Facey (22) slips around Gouverneur defenders Garrison Moore (6) and Brandon Streeter (5) to fire a shot past the Gouverneur goalkeeper to earn the second goal of the game to give the Golden Bears a 2-0 lead midway through the first half.  Facey anchored the Canton attack with three goals and two assists, while Nate Aldous, Zach James, Josh Huiatt and Sam Martin also scored for the Bears.  Canton, in outshooting the Wildcats 22-4, defeated Gouverneur 7-0 to advance to the Class B Championship. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Canton forward Joshua Huiatt (10) drives the ball between Gouverneur defenders James McIntosh (10) and Connor Reed (12) to make a charge toward the Wildcats goal. The Golden Bears claimed the semifinal victory 7-0 over Gouverneur. Canton will now advance to face the Ogdensburg Blue Devils at SUNY Canton on Thursday, October 29th at 7:00pm in a match up for the Section X Class B Championship. The Gouverneur Wildcats close out the 2015 season with an overall record of 0-14-0.

BLue Devils capture Class B championship in 2-0 victory

The Ogdensburg Blue Devils celebrate after earning the 2-0 victory over the #1-seeded Canton Golden Bears scoring their two goals in the first half and showing strong defense to hold off the Golden Bears. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg midfielder Connor Badlam (9) dashes around Canton defender Thomas Bortnick (14) to strike forward toward goal. The Blue Devils beat Canton 2-0 on goals by Peyton Lalone and Jacob Adner.  O.F.A. will now advance to the opening round of the New York State Class B Playoffs next week, while the Central Division Champion Canton Golden Bears close out the 2015 season with an overall record of 14-2-2.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

blue devils advance to championship with 3-0 win

Ogdensburg’s Peyton Lalone (15) leaps over Salmon River defender Jordan Bigness (20) to head a ball toward the goal.  However, the shot was blocked by Shamrocks' goalkeeper Zachary Smith to keep the game at 2-0 midway through the second half.  Lalone score a pair of goals, while Connor Badlam added the others, as the Blue Devils captured a 3-0 semifinal victory over Salmon River to advance to the Section X Class B Championship. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Bigness (20) traps the ball away from Ogdensburg forward Noah Moore (11) to regain possession at midfield.  The Ogdensburg Blue Devils, who received a five-save shutout performance from goalie Justyn McCormick, now advance to the Section X Class B Championship where they will face the Canton Golden Bears. The Salmon River Shamrocks close out the 2015 season with an overall record of 5-12-0.


Section X Boys Class C Playoffs

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New York State Class C Opening Round at Colonie
Greenville (II) 3, Potsdam (X) 1



Class C Championship at SUNY Canton
(#1) Potsdam 3, (#2) Brushton-Moira 0



Class C Semifinals
(#4) Norwood-Norfolk at (#1) Potsdam
(#3) St. Lawrence Central at (#2) Brushton-Moira

sandstoners down flyers to advance in 5-0 victory

Potsdam’s David Caamano (2) and Norwood-Norfolk’s Beau Catimon (9) battle over possession of the ball near midfield after a Sandstoners' throw in. Potsdam broke out the boots quickly, recording five goals in the first half, to forge a 5-0 Class C semifinal victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Ty Cotter (17) battles the ball away from Potsdam forward Dylan Gruniesen (10) to regain possession and make a charge toward the Sandstoner goal. David Lucht led the way for the Sandstoners, recording two goals in the first half.  Goals from Dan Caamano, Dylan Gruniesen and a penalty kick goal from Seth Tharrett all lifted Potsdam to the 5-0 victory over Norwood-Norfolk to advance to the Section X Class C Championship game this Thursday at SUNY Canton.  They will take on the Brushton-Moira Panthers at 5pm. The Norwood-Norfolk Flyers closed out their 2015 season with an overall record of 2-13-2.

Sandstoners win title over b-m panthers in 3-0 victory

The Potsdam Sandstoners celebrate with the championship banner and plaque after capturing the Section X Class C Championship by defeating the Brushton-Moira Panthers 3-0, with all three goals in the second half. Potsdam scored three times in the final 28 minutes. Daniel Camaano scored the tie-breaker, then added another goal just 12 minutes apart, off precision passes from Jake Kelleher hitting Camaano on the breakaway. Seth Tharrett put the game out of reach just four minutes later when he ran up onto a clearing attempt and drilled a 35-foot, line-drive shot just inside the left post, just out of the diving reach of Panthers’ keeper Taylor Tallman (eight saves), who made several stellar saves to keep Brushton-Moira in the contest. Potsdam keeper Ahmed Hmyene kept the Panthers at bay with four of his seven saves in the first ten minutes of the contest. (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam striker Dylan Gruniesen (10) slide tackles the ball away from Brushton-Moira midfielder Kyle Wilcox (9) to prevent a fast break. The Sandstoners will now advance to the opening round of the New York State Class C Playoffs, while the Brushton-Moira Panthers close out the 2015 season with an overall record of 9-9-0.

b-m Panthers advance past larries in second half 3-1

Brushton-Moira’s Conner Bellows (6) blasts the ball past St. Lawrence Central defender Trent Saumier (23) and Larries' goalkeeper Trent Dow to score the second goal to break the 1-1 tie and give the Panthers a 2-1 lead midway through the second half. Brushton-Moira netted another insurance goal in the closing minutes to capture the semifinal victory 3-1. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Brushton-Moira’s Alex Burnett (20) heads the ball back toward the St. Lawrence Central goal following a Larries goal kick. The Panthers' Austin Tavernia scored the first goal of the game to allow a 1-0 lead at halftime. St. Lawrence Central's Andrew Lantry scored midway through the second half to tie the game 1-1. Brushton-Moira’s Connor Bellows and Josh Langdon earned goals later in the second half to secure the 3-1 victory. Hayden St. Hilaire recorded seven saves for the Larries, while Taylor Tallman earned four saves in goal of the Panthers. The Panthers now advance to the Section X Class C Championship this Thursday at SUNY Canton where they will meet the Potsdam Sandstoners at 5pm. The Larries closed out the 2015 season with an overall record of 6-11-0.


Section X Boys Class D Playoffs

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NYS Class D Quarterfinals at SUNY Plattsburgh
Elizabethtown-Lewis (VII) 2, (X) Chateaugay 1



Class D Championship at SUNY Canton
(#2) Chateaugay 2, (#5) Madrid-Waddington 1



Class D Semifinals at Ogdensburg
(#2) Chateaugay 3, (#3) Harrisville 2
(#5) Madrid-Waddington 2, (#8) Heuvelton 0



Section X Class D Quarterfinals
(#8) Heuvelton 0, (#1) Parishville-Hopk. 0 (OT/Tie)
       (Heuvelton beats P-H in PKs 4-3)

(#5) Madrid-Waddington 2, (#4) Lisbon 0
(#2) Chateaugay 1, (#7) Colton-Pierrepont 0 (2OT)
(#3) Harrisville 2, (#6) Hammond 1 (OT)



Class D Opening Round
(#8) Heuvelton 0, (#9) Hermon-DeKalb 0
        (Heuvelton wins PK 5-4)

(#7) Colton-Pierrepont 1, (#10) Edwards-Knox 0
(#6) Hammond 4, (#11) St. Regis Falls 1
(#5) Madrid-Waddington 9, (#12) Clifton-Fine 0

Yellow Jackets advance to final downing Heuvelton 2-0

Heuvelton goalkeeper Jordan Macaulay leaps to snare the ball on a Yellow Jackets' corner kick and keep the game scoreless early in the first half. Madrid-Waddington earned one goal late in the first half, then an insurance marker early in the second half to capture the 2-0 victory over the Bulldogs in the Section X Class D semifinal. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Ben Jacobs (15) leaps over Madrid-Waddington forward Evan Ryan (13) to drive the ball toward the Yellow Jackets' goal from midfield. Madrid-Waddington's Jesse Lamere logged the first goal  with four minutes left in the first half, then Loring Hill drove home the insurance goal just eight minutes into the second half to give Madrid-Waddington the 2-0 victory over Heuvelton. The Yellow Jackets now advance to Section X Class D Championship game this Saturday at SUNY Canton where they will take on Chateaugay. The Heuvelton Bulldogs closed out the 2015 season with an overall record of 8-10-0.

Harrisville advances to semifinals in close 1-0 win

Harrisville’s Roderick Parow and Hammond defender Ryan Vollmer (5) battle for possession of the ball near the sideline. Third-seeded Harrisville scrambled for survival in overtime, after giving up a 1-0 lead in the Section X Class D quarterfinals. (Ryan Moore photo) Game Gallery

Harrisville’s Michael Luther battles with a Hammond midfielder for possession of the 50/50 ball.  Ryan Weaver converted on a Jared Dreythaler pass just six minutes into the contest to put the Pirates up 1-0. Two Morristown products, Brady Elliott setting up Ryan Vollmer, tied the contest at 1-1, eleven minutes into the second half. Dreythaler broke away behind the Hammond defense and buried the game winner, 12 minutes into the first sudden-victory overtime to lift Harrisville into the next round against Chateaugay. Hammond closed its season at 9-7 overall.

top-seeded p-h panthers bow in kicks to heuvelton

Bulldogs advance in shootout 4-3

After two halves and 30 minutes of scoreless overtime for an official tie, eighth-seeded Heuvelton outshot top-seeded Parishville-Hopkinton 4-3 in penalty kicks to advance past the quarterfinal round of the Section X Class D playoffs. Both teams were unable to convert on golden opportunities during the first 110 minutes. Jordan Macaulay stopped nine Panthers’ shots to preserve the shutout. Kobe Wells turned aside six shots for P-H. After tying 2-2, Noah Steele and Ben Jacobs pushed Heuvelton ahead 4-2, before Wyatt Snell made it 4-3. After the Bulldogs failed to connect on their final shot, the Panthers missed on a chance to tie.

Yellow Jackets advance past clifton-fine in 9-0 win

Madrid-Waddington’s Shane Cryderman (13) looks to take a shot off a corner kick past Clifton-Fine defender William Sealander (8).  However, the shot was blocked by the Eagles goaltender Jonah Trembley (3) to keep the game scoreless early in the first half.  After only carrying a 1-0 lead at halftime, Madrid-Waddington surged with eight unanswered goals in the second half to earn a 9-0 victory over Clifton-Fine in the Class D opener. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Clifton-Fine’s Joseph Peabody (2) pushes the ball through Madrid-Waddington defenders Tanner Uppstrom (3) and Christopher Thew (22) to create a scoring opportunity for the Eagles in the first half.  Cryderman and John Lenney each scored two goals, while Uppstrom, Dan Dominie, Aaron Armstrong, Loring Hill and Cody McCall each provided single markers for the Jackets. Goalie Jordan Arquiett made three saves for the shutout. The Jackets, who have been rebuilding and climbing all season under new coach Ryan Robinson, piled up 42 shots on goal for the game, while C-F goalie Jonah Trembley scrambled to turn away 33 of those shots. The fifth-seeded Jackets advance to face #4-seeded Lisbon on Friday at SUNY Canton. The Eagles closed out their season at 0-13.


Hammond’s John Boland scored the first goal on a setup from Ryan Vollmer just 4:30 into the contest, then St. Regis Falls’ Connor LaBar answered 39 seconds later in a high-scoring first half in the opening round of the Section X Class D playoffs at Hammond. The game remained tied 1-1 for the next 17 minutes, when the Red Devils erupted for three unanswered goals before intermission. Vollmer started the surge with an unassisted goal, then Brady Elliott and Brett Gleason added markers in the final five minutes of the half to increase the lead to 4-1. Neither team scored in the second half. Sixth-seeded Hammond advances to face #3 Harrisville in the quarterfinal round Friday evening in Potsdam. St. Regis ended its season at 1-15-1 overall.


Edwards-Knox's Cody Horrocks (10) boots a pass up the sideline, past Colton-Pierrepont's Sage RIchards (22), during the Cougars' final rush to tie the contest.  Ethan Knight scored with 0:58 left in the first half, assisted by Riley Doyle, to lift the Colts to a 1-0 Class D opening round win over the Cougars.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont's Riley Doyle (11) uses a head flick to steer the ball upfield against a pair of Edwards-Knox defenders.  Doyle assisted on the game's lone goal.  Colts’ goalie Mark Dumas made four saves for the shutout. Cougars’ keeper Jim Smith had two saves.


With under two minutes remaining in regulation and a 1-1 tie, Elizabethtown-Lewis’ Joel Morris dribbled toward net, drew Chateaugay keeper Austin Harrigan to play his approach, then sent the ball to Colden Blades for the game-winning goal in sending the Section VII champion Griffins to victory in the New York State Class D quarterfinals. Morris also set up Blades for the opening goal with just over a minute remaining in the first half. Zach Cowan scored the equalizer with an unassisted marker five minutes into the second half. Harrigan posted five saves in net for Chateaugay.

chateaugay's long-awaited title: defeating m-w in 2ot

Madrid-Waddington’s Nathaniel Plumley (12) and Chateaugay’s Jamie Rabideau (8) battle for possession of the ball. After a scoreless first half, the Bulldogs registered the first goal on a penalty kick. The Yellow Jackets answered 23 seconds later. Chateaugay won the Section X Class D championship 2-1 in double overtime. (Ryan Moore photo) Game Gallery

A swarm of Yellow Jacket defenders attack the Bulldog offense, heading away the 50-50 ball near their goal.

After a wait of more than 25 years, Chateaugay would have to wait into double overtime. However, it was well worth it, especially after their girls soccer teams had just completed a Section X title three hours earlier on the same field. In a high-energy, high-action contest, Chateaugay began to take control late in the second half and most of overtime, with four very-close, missed chances in the extra frames. But the Bulldogs finally connected for the “Golden Goal” when Cullen Jones blasted a shot from the top of the box on a partial breakaway with 3:12 remaining to give Chateaugay a 2-1 double-overtime victory over Madrid-Waddington and their first Section X Boys Class D soccer championship in over a quarter century. The second-seeded Bulldogs (16-2-1) opened the scoring early in the second half when Zach Cowan scored on a penalty shot. Fifth-seeded Madrid-Waddington (12-8) tied the game just 23 seconds later when Shane Cryderman unleashed a blast from near midfield. Chateaugay advances to face Section VII champion Elizabethtown-Lewis/Westport in the New York State quarterfinals.

Bulldogs sink pirates to advance to class d final

Chateaugay’s Zach Cowan (23) dives under Harrisville defender Brennan Best (9) and past goalkeeper Kevin Kapfer to score the goal and break the 1-1 tie early in the second half.  After tying the game 2-2, tough luck with an "own goal" sank the Pirates with the game-winning goal on a Harrisville own goal for the 3-2 decision. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Chateaugay's Jordan Martin (7) battles over possession of the ball against a Harrisville forward on a throw-in. Zach Cowan scored both goals of the game for Chateaugay while Harrisville's Brennan Best and Colby LaPlatney (24) each earned a goal for the Pirates.  An own goal on a failed clear late in the second half proved to be the Pirates' downfall, allowing Chateaugay to capture the 3-2 Class D semifinal victory. The Chateaugay Bulldogs advance to the Section X Class D Championship game on Saturday when they will meet the #5-seeded Madrid-Waddington Yellow Jackets at SUNY Canton.


Colton-Pierrepont’s Riley Doyle (11) battles with a Chateaugay striker for possession of the ball near midfield. Both teams were scoreless through the first overtime, despite very close attempts by both teams.  The semifinal matchup would end with Chateaugay scoring quickly in the second overtime to advance on a 1-0 win.  (Ryan Moore photo) Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Major McKinley (4) clears the ball from his defensive half to avoid a Chateaugay attacker.  In the second extra frame, Chateaugay’s Cullen Jones connected on a pass from Zach Cowan early in the second sudden-victory overtime to squeeze out a 1-0 victory. The Colts’ Mark Dumas scrambled for 11 saves.

#5 Madrid-Waddington tops #4 lisbon 2-0 in quarterfinal

Madird-Waddington goalkeeper Jordan Arquiett blocks a rising shot from Lisbon forward Koby Jordan (3) to preventa goal. The #5-seeded Yellow Jackets upset #4-seeded Lisbon 2-0 to advance to the Section X Class D semifinals.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Joseph Pellerin (17) and Madrid-Waddington’s David Odendahl (4) battle for possession of the ball at midfield.  Shane Cryderman blasted a shot from 10 feet away, then launched a 30-yard laser past Lisbon goalie Nic Spooner, both in the first half, as fifth-seeded Madrid-Waddington upended #4-seed Lisbon 2-0 in the Section X Class D quarterfinal. Jake Robinson set up the first goal in the ninth minute. However, Cryderman let the second goal rip off a restart, zeroing in on the upper left corner of the net. The surging Jackets will encounter upset-winner Heuvelton in the semifinals.

Gagnon nets game winner in shootout for heuvelton

Heuvelton’s Victor Gagnon (23) drives the ultimate penalty kick past Hermon-DeKalb goalkeeper Dawson Kerr (99) to score the fifth and winning shot in the second shootout, and to capture the 5-4 shootout victory for the Bulldogs over the Green Demons.  The shootout after the game remained scoreless through regulation and two 15-minute overtimes. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Kerr makes a sliding save preventing the shot from Heuvelton’s Jack Lake (7) during regulation. Kerr recorded 11 saves in the Green Demons' heartbreaker, while Heuvelton goalie Jordan Macauly posted four saves in the win. Heuvelton’s Ben Jacobs, Cole Piercey, Michael Martin, Colin Trathen and Victor Gagnon struck goals in the shootout, while Kerr, Ryan Brown, Hunter Woodrow and Dylan Burwell netted markers for the Demons.Heuvelton will advance to the Class D Quarterfinals where they will face the #1 seeded Parishville-Hopkinton Panthers at SUNY Canton this Friday at 5pm.  The Green Demons close out their season with an overall record of 3-12-1.