P-H Panthers, M-W Jackets Net Shutouts; Hermon-DeKalb Falls

Standings & Non League Records

EAST DIVISION              W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
St. Lawrence Ctl.
Tupper Lake
St. Regis Falls
  6-2-0   12    1-0-0
  5-0-0   10    1-1-0
  5-1-0   10    2-0-0
  5-2-0   10    0-1-0
  3-4-0     6    0-1-0
  1-5-0     2    1-1-0
  1-6-0     2    1-1-0
  0-6-0     0    1-0-0
Salmon River
  5-0-1   11    1-0-1
  4-1-1     9    1-0-0
  3-3-0     6    0-1-0
  3-2-1     7    0-1-0
  2-2-2     6    0-0-0
  2-3-1     5    1-0-0
  1-4-1     3    1-0-1
  0-5-1     1    1-1-0
WEST DIVISION              W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
  5-0-0   10    2-1-0
  3-1-0     6    4-0-0
  3-1-0     6    0-2-1
  2-3-0     4    0-3-0
  2-4-0     4    0-1-0
  2-4-0     4    0-2-0
  1-5-0     2    0-3-0

Potsdam forward Sophia Janoyan (5) fires a shot on goal after stealing the ball away from Massena defender Shanley Burke (6) to score the lone goal of the game for the Sandstoners in the final second of the first half. The Red Raiders pulled away from Potsdam in the second half to record the 5-2 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


Games of Week 4: September 19-24, 2016

 NCSN Girls Soccer Scoreboard


East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 2, St. Regis Falls 0
Madrid-Waddington 5, Norwood-Norfolk 0
Non League
Sackets Harbor 6, Hermon-DeKalb 0



East Division
Chateaugay 7, Tupper Lake 0
Colton-Pierrepont 5, St. Regis Falls 1
Madrid-Waddington 7, St. Lawrence Central 0
Central Division
Canton 4, Brushton-Moira 0
Massena 5, Potsdam 2
Gouverneur 2, Salmon River 0
Ogdensburg 0, Malone 0 (OT/Tie)
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 1, Harrisville 0
Edwards-Knox 4, Lisbon 0
Heuvelton 3, Hammond 1



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 7, Tupper Lake 1
Non League
Belleville-Henderson 5, Harrisville 0



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 3, St. Lawrence Central 0
Chateaugay 7, St. Regis Falls 0
Parishville-Hopkinton 2, Madrid-Waddington 0
Tupper Lake 2, Norwood-Norfolk 1
Central Division
Brushton-Moira 0, Malone 0 (2OT)
Massena 1, Ogdensburg 0
Canton 2, Salmon River 0
West Division
Morristown 1, Lisbon 0
Hammond 4, Hermon-DeKalb 0
Heuvelton 3, Edwards-Knox 2

red devils down green demons in 4-0 shutout win

Hammond’s Morgan Howie (25) blasts a shot past Hermon-DeKalb goalie Breanna Harrington. However, her shot just went wide of the net, keeping the game scoreless near the end of the first half. Sierra Fleming netted two goals, while Mariah Simons and Erica Dixon each scored once, lifting the Red Devils to a 4-0 victory over the Green Demons in West Division action. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Hammond’s goalie Lilly Langtry (00) drills the ball away from the Hermon-DeKalb forward to keep the game scoreless midway through the first half.  Lilly Langtry turned aside six shots to record her sixth shutout in seven games this season.  Hammond remained unbeaten 3-0, 7-0 overall.

Red Raiders fend off potsdam to capture 5-2 win

Potsdam forward Sophia Janoyan (5) fires a shot on goal after stealing the ball away from Massena defender Shanley Burke (6) to score the lone goal of the game for the Sandstoners in the final second of the first half. The Red Raiders pulled away from Potsdam in the second half to record the 5-2 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Massena’s Kelly Southwick (8) battles the ball away from Potsdam midfielder Hunter Wilson (4) and charges toward the Sandstoners goal. Novaleigh LaGrow scored twice for Massena, while Kirsten Stone, Nicole Senlake and Madeline Mailhot provided goals for the Red Raiders. Potsdam’s Lauren Lucht scored the other goal of the Sandstoners in the second half.  Mikenna Merry made seven stops for Massena, while Makenzie Martin stopped 10 shots for Potsdam.

madrid-waddington shuts DOWN larries for 7-0 win

Madrid-Waddington's Megan McCall (12) boots the ball from 20 yards out over the head of the St. Lawrence Central goal to score her second goal of the game and to extend the Yellowjackets lead to 6-0 midway through the second half. Madrid-Waddington held the Larries scoreless to capture the 7-0 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central defender Nabrika Miner (19) drives the ball down to center field and away from the Larries goal near the end of the second half. Madrid-Waddington’s Sydney Hosmer netted three goals and an assist, while Megan McCall placed two goals in the net guiding the Yellowjackets to a 7-0 victory.  Morgan Burns stopped four shots in the shutout.


After breaking behind Golden Knights' defender Claire Donaldson (24), Morristown’s Harlee Mashaw (13) fires a shot on goal, past the Lisbon goalie Hope Walker (40), to score the lone goal of the game near the end of the second half.  The Green Rockets held on for a 1-0 West Division victory over Lisbon.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Emma Stemples (5) leaps over a Morristown forward to head the ball back toward the Green Rockets' goal, regaining possession at midfield.  Lauren Woodcock made ten saves in the shutout for the Green Rockets.


Games of Week 3: September 12-17, 2016

 NCSN Girls Soccer Scoreboard


Dan Rose Tournament at Madrid-Waddington
Tupper Lake 1, Lisbon 0 (consolation)
Hammond 1, Madrid-Waddington 0 (championship)



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 2, Colton-Pierrepont 0
Chateaugay 9, St. Lawrence Central 0
Central Division
Canton 5, Potsdam 3
Gouverneur 1, Ogdensburg 0
Salmon River 1, Brushton-Moira 0
West Division
Edwards-Knox 5, Hermon-DeKalb 0
Heuvelton 5, Morristown 0
Madrid-Waddington Tournament
Hammond 3, Lisbon 0 (semifinal)
Madrid-Waddington 3, Tupper Lake 0 (semifinal)



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 3, Norwood-Norfolk 0
Central Division
Massena 3, Malone 1
West Division
Hammond 4, Harrisville 0
Non League
Alexandria Bay 1, Hermon-DeKalb 0



Central Division
Canton 2, Ogdensburg 0



East Division
St. Lawrence Central 3, St. Regis Falls 2
Colton-Pierrepont 3, Norwood-Norfolk 1
Parishville-Hopkinton 3, Chateaugay 2
Central Division
Malone 1, Gouverneur 0 (2OT)
Salmon River 1, Potsdam 0
Brushton-Moira 2, Massena 1 (OT)
West Division
Edwards-Knox 3, Harrisville 0
Morristown 2, Hermon-DeKalb 1

Hammond shuts out golden knights for 3-0 win

Hammond’s Sierra Fleming (20) heads the ball just past the Lisbon goalie Casie Lampett (20) to score the goal and extend the Red Devils lead to 3-0 at the beginning of the second half. Hammond’s Mariah Simons and Kelsey Bennett scored in the first half while Fleming's goal in the second half lifted the Red Devils to a 3-0 victory over the Golden Knights in the semifinals of the Dan Rose Memorial Tournament at Madrid-Waddington. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Haile Addison (7) boots the ball away from Hammond forward Kylie Vaughan (21) in front of the Golden Knights' goal.


Salmon River goalie Lauren Martin (38) punches away a Potsdam corner kick to maintain her shutout late in the second half.   Martin notched 14 saves in keeping Potsdam at bay and anchoring the Shamrocks' 1-0 Central Division victory at Potsdam. (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam goalkeeper Mackenzie Martin makes a diving save on a point-blank shot from Salmon River's Nidia DeArmayero (8) in the second half.  However, DeArmayero drove home the game's only goal at the 10:15 mark of the first half that held up in the Salmon River win.  The loss was the first for the Sandstoners who are 2-1-1 Central, 3-1-1 overall.  Salmon River is 2-1 Central, 2-2 overall.

 b-m panthers hold off red raiders for 2-1 upset win

Brushton-Moira’s Krista Tavernia (5) blasts a shot past Massena defender Brooke Wright (22) and goalie Gisele Todd (26) to score the game-tying goal late in the second half. The Panthers held off the Massena pressure in the closing minutes of the second overtime to earn the 2-1 Central Division upset win.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Massena’s Julia Blair (20) battles the ball away from a Brushton-Moira forward in front of the Red Raiders' net.  Blair opened the scoring for Massena.  The Panthers' Madison Rowe scored both goals, including the tying goal in the 29th minute and final marker with eight minutes remaining in the contest.  Felicity Bilow turned away 12 shot in the winning effort.

  Canton wins Central showdown, top potsdam 5-3

Canton's Sabrina Reed lines up her second goal of the game past the diving effort of Potsdam keeper Makenzie Martin (26). The Lady Bears came away with the 5-3 victory in Central Division play Thursday evening.  Delaney Hayes connected off from a direct kick to give the Bears a 1-0 advantage.  Reed netted the goal from well beyond the 18 on the right side, assisted by Lizzy Christy.  Thirty seconds later, Reed again found the net, burying a rebound on the initial shot from Isabelle Dashnaw to make the score 3-0 before halftime. Potsdam battled back to tie the score 3-3 in the second half, but Mirna Husinec (9) put the Bears ahead for good with the game-winner in the 64th minute.  Ellie Schonberg (19) added an insurance goal from Reed with 14 minutes left. Katelyn Flanagan (1) had seven saves in net.  (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam goalie Makenzie Martin (26), who collected 12 saves in the contest, gets a hand on Reed’s long-range shot in the first half.  However, the perfectly-placed strike still made its way into the net to give the Golden Bears a 2-0 lead in the 30th minute. All three Potsdam goals came during a five-minute window of play, 10 minutes into the second half. Gabrielle Jones (20) put away a penalty kick at the 10-minute mark. One minute later, Sophia Janoyan (5) found the back of the net on a set play. Hunter Wilson tied the game 3-3 on another Sandstoner penalty kick two minutes later.  Canton struck twice more while coming away with the 5-3 victory.


Madrid-Waddington's Kellsie Tiernan (11) tries to chip the ball around Tupper Lake goaltender Cierra Toohey (2).  The Jackets notched two first-half goals and added an insurance score in the second half to compile a 3-0 win over Tupper Lake in the semifinals of M-W Dan Rose Memorial Tournament.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Madrid-Waddington's Kerry Mayette (18) fends off the push by a Tupper Lake defender on the dribble upfield.  Danielle Hough delivered the Jackets' first goal on a setup from Hannah Marcellus in the 31st minute.  Two minutes later, Stephenie Curran completed the play Jenna Marcellus and Megan McCall, ending a 2-0 first half.  Sydney Hosmer scored an insurance goal with 15 minutes remaining.  Touhey stopped 14 of 17 shots in the Tupper Lake net.  Curran made four saves in net.

 P-h panthers earn upset past Chateaugay 3-2

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Olivia Collins (15) launches a shot on goal past two Chateaugay defenders. However the shot was blocked by Bulldog goalie Brooke Wilson to keep the game tied 1-1 midway through the first half. The Panthers' Alyssa Sloan scored the game-winning goal with just over one minute left in the game to capture the 3-2 upset victory over Chateaugay. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Chateauguay's Danielle Cook (9) battles the ball away from a Parishville-Hopkinton defender to regain possession and charge toward the Panthers' goal.  Olivia Collins scored two goals and added an assist.  Sloan had a goal and an assist.  Taylor Razis contributed two assists, while Taylor Scovil offered one helper.  Megan Converse stopped five shots in the win.  For Chateaugay, Rachel Young and Danielle Cook netted the goals, while Alicia Cook and Alicia Cowan assisted.


Games of Weeks 1-2: August 26-September 10, 2016

 NCSN Girls Soccer Scoreboard


Harrisville Tournament
Parishville-Hopkinton 6, Morristown 0 (consolation)
Hammond 1, Harrisville 0 (championship)
Non League
Chateaugay 4, Edwards-Knox 2



East Division
Chateaugay 6, Norwood-Norfolk 0
St. Lawrence Central 2, Tupper Lake 1
Madrid-Waddington 2, Colton-Pierrepont 1
Central Division
Canton 3, Malone 2
Gouverneur 1, Massena 0
Salmon River 1, Ogdensburg 0
Potsdam 1, Brushton-Moira 0
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 3, Lisbon 1
Harrisville Tournament
Hammond 4, Parishville-Hopkinton 2 (semifinal)
Harrisville 3, Morristown 1 (semifinal)



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 7, St. Lawrence Central 1
Colton-Pierrepont 6, Tupper Lake 0
Central Division
Malone 3, Salmon River 0
Potsdam 2, Ogdensburg 0
Gouverneur 5, Brushton-Moira 3
Canton 0, Massena 0 (OT/Tie)
West Division
Heuvelton 4, Hermon-DeKalb 0
Harrisville 2, Lisbon 0
Hammond 6, Morristown 0



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 7, St. Lawrence Central 1
Colton-Pierrepont 6, Tupper Lake 0
Central Division
Malone 3, Salmon River 0
Potsdam 2, Ogdensburg 0
Gouverneur 5, Brushton-Moira 3
Canton 0, Massena 0 (OT/Tie)
West Division
Heuvelton 4, Hermon-DeKalb 0
Harrisville 2, Lisbon 0
Hammond 6, Morristown 0



East Division
Chateaugay 1, Madrid-Waddington 0
Norwood-Norfolk 3, St. Regis Falls 2



Jeffers Tournament at Potsdam
Potsdam 3, Tupper Lake 0 (consolation)
Gouverneur 5, St. Lawrence Central 0 (champions)
Henessey-Thomas Tournament at South Colton
Brushton-Moira 5, St. Regis Falls 0 (second round)
Colton-Pierrepont 2, Edwards-Knox 1 (2OT/champ.)



Jeffers Tournament Semifinals at Potsdam
St. Lawrence Central 1, Tupper Lake 0 (OT/league)
Gouverneur 0, Potsdam 0 (2OT/league)
       (Wildcats win shootout 3-2)
West Division
Lisbon 2, Morristown 0
Colton-Pierrepont Tournament
Colton-Pierrepont 5, St. Regis Falls 0 (league)
Brushton-Moira 2, Edwards-Knox 2 (OT/Tie)
Non League
Chateaugay 7, Salmon River 0



Immaculate Heart Tournament
Heuvelton 5, Carthage 3 (consolation)



Immaculate Heart Tournament
Holland Patent 3, Heuvelton 0
Non League
Peru 3, Massena 0
Copenhagen 6, Harrisville 0



Watertown Tournament
Canton 2, Rome Free Academy 2 (2OT/championship; Canton wins shootout 4-3)
Ogdensburg Tournament
Norwood-Norfolk 2, Lisbon 1 (OT/consolation)
Heuvelton 3, Ogdensburg 2 (championship)



Watertown Tournament
Canton 1, Watertown 0 (semifinal)
Cring Tournament at Ogdensburg
Heuvelton 4, Lisbon 0 (semifinal)
Ogdensburg 1, Norwood-Norfolk 0 (semifinal)

Colts storm past Jacks; preserve shutout 6-0

Colton-Pierrepont's Schuyler Chamberlain (9) moves upfield while being challenged by Tupper Lake’s Katherine Harriman (6). Chamberlain redirected a shot coming on a cross by Summer Scovil, scoring a goal with just minutes remaining to put the Colts up 5-0. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

Moments later, they earned a PK, taken by senior Madison Gregg (11), completing the scoring at 6-0. Scovil finished with a hat trick and an assist, including the PK. Madison Gregg netted a goal and served up two assists. Calli Thomas rounded out the game’s offense with a goal. Sophomore keeper Kaitlynn Long turned aside four shots in preserving a shutout.

c-p colts' strong second half BEATS ST. REGIS 5-0

St. Regis Falls' goalie Madison Smith (GK) makes the diving save off a shot from Colton-Pierrepont's Schyler Chamberlin (9) to keep the game scoreless midway through the first half.  Chamberlain netted a pair of goals to lead the Colts who took a 1-0 lead into halftime, then scored four unanswered goal to capture the 5-0 victory in the semifinal round of the inaugural Colton-Pierrepont Tournament at Swift Field.  The tournament is named for longtime coaches Rod Thomas and Tim Henessey.(Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

From a corner kick, Colton-Pierrepont's Kaitlyn Johnson (7) battles for possession of the ball from a St. Regis Falls attacker.   Madison Gregg added a goal and two assists for the Colts.  Summer Scovill and Lydia Thomas scored single goals. Katelyn Long collected five saves for the shutout.

b-m panthers, EDWARDS-KNOX battle to 2-2 tie

Brushton-Moira goalie Paige Cox makes the diving save off a close-range shot from an Edwards-Knox forward to keep the game close at 1-0 late in the first half. The Panthers would tie the game 1-1 before halftime. The teams battled to a 2-2 tie in the opening round of the first-ever Colton-Pierrepont Tournament. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Brushton-Moira’s Madison Rowe (14) battles for possession of the ball with an Edwards-Knox defender near the Panthers' goal.  E-K’s Mackenzie Frary scored in the first minute of the game. Paige Cox countered for the Panthers in the 28th minute for a 1-1 tie in regulation. Kenna Tavernier scored in the first overtime for the Panthers, with E-K’s Cheyanna Tuttle netting the equalizer in the second overtime.

alex Steele NETs hat trick in bulldogs' 4-0 VICTORY

Heuvelton’s Brooke Armstrong (6) works to maintain possession off the Bulldogs corner kick while Lisbon defender Michaela Fields (2) attempts to strip the ball in front of the Golden Knights' goal near the end of the first half. Alex Steele earned a hat trick to lift the Bulldogs to a 4-0 victory in the semifinals of the Cring Tournament in Ogdensburg.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Lisbon’s Margaret Crowley (3) drills a shot toward the Heuvelton goal that sails just wide of the right goalpost.  Carin Sherwood netted the third Bulldog goal early in the second half, before Steele completed her trifecta.  The Heuvelton defense held Lsibon to just two shots on net, both handled by keeper Kelsey Williams for the shutout.



Golden Bears hold off Huskies for 3-2 victory

Malone’s Victoria Hanna (22) reaches out to make the save against an arcing shot from Canton’s forward Liz Christy (12) to keep the game 2-1 early in the second half.  Each team scored one more time as the Golden Bears captured a 3-2 victory over the Huskies.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Malone’s Taylor Gadway (2) battles the ball away from Canton forward Liz Christy (12) at midfield.  Canton broke a 1-1 tie with two goals to open the second half, then held off Malone’s late charge in a 3-2 win.  Janet Beaudin scored in the opening minute of the second half to put the Bears ahead 2-1.  Delaney Hayes extended the lead by floating an 18-yard shot just under the crossbar to provide the Golden Bears with a key insurance marker with 18 minutes remaining.  Malone’s Claudia Collins wired a direct kick into the opposite corner of the net to trim the lead to 3-2 with two minutes remaining, but the Huskies could not produce the equalizer.  Kaitlyn Flanagan stopped eight shots in net for the Bears.  FA’s Victoria Helms grabbed 18 shots.

Red Raiders and Golden Bears battle to a 0-0 tie

Massena’s Novaleigh LeGrow (10) fires a shot onto the Canton goal on a breakaway.  However, Golden Bears' goalie Liz Christy (12) made a diving save to keep the game scoreless late in the first half.  The Bears and Red Raiders battled to a scoreless tie after both overtimes in their Central Division opener. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Canton’s Desiree Belonge (20) battles the ball away from Massena forward Novaleigh LeGrow (10) near the sidelines in Golden Bears' territory. The goalie performances were the key to the outcome. Massena’s Mikenna Merry stopped 13 shots, while Canton’s Katelyn Flanagan turned in 11 saves.

N-N Flyers stop ST. REGIS FALLS' comeback IN 3-2 WIN

Norwood-Norfolk's Madison Seguin (23) gathered in a through ball from teammate Cassidy Weaver (13), dashed past the last defenders and struck it perfectly into the bottom left corner of the net, past the diving effort of St. Regis Falls' keeper Emily Mose. Seguin led the offense with two goals and an assist in the Flyers' 3-2 victory. Ashley Powell made seven saves. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

Madison Austin (22) opened Saints' scoring  in the first half. St. Regis Falls battled back in the second half. A late goal from Jenna Susice (5) cut the deficit behind a Mose's five-save effort.  However, the Saints could not find the equalizer and fell to Norwood-Norfolk 3-2.


Longtime Chateaugay Coach Steve Lang begins a bittersweet season in 2016.  It will be his last at the helm of the Lady Bulldogs' soccer team.  Lang told North Country SportsNet, it has been a long run and he has enjoyed the time, but following the 2016 season, he will be retiring from coaching.  Lang's teams have been a perennial powerhouse in Section X for many years and are the current seven-time reigning Section X Class D champions, winning every section title and advancing to the state playoffs since 2009.  Among his team's successes, Chateaugay advanced to the New York State Class D Championship games in 2005, edged out by McGraw in a tough 1-0 battle, and falling in a heartbreaker to Poland in double overtime 3-2 in 2012.  As Section X champions, Chateaugay girls also made the state semifinals in 2001, 2014 and 2015, and the state quarterfinals in 2013. 

 Larries score in overtime to earn 1-0 win over tupper

St. Lawrence Central goalie Kelsy Waite (31) snatches the ball away from Tupper Lake attackers Alexandra Bishop (3) and Keira Methot (11) to keep the game scoreless just minutes into the second half.  The Larries and the Lumberjacks battles to a 0-0 tie to end regulation. However, St. Lawrence Central scored in the second minute of overtime, then held on for the 1-0 victory over Tupper Lake.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

St. Lawrence Central’s Tessa Taylor winds up for a 20-yard shot-on-goal that flew just wide, holding the game at a 0-0 tie through the end of regulation.  Tessa Taylor scored the lone goal in the second overtime, lifting the Larries to a season-opening win and into the title game of the Jeffers Tournament at Potsdam.  Waite made four saves in the shutout. The Larries face Gouverneur for the title.


Potsdam’s Louisa Moosbrugger (17) battles got possession of the ball at midfield with Gouverneur forward Sophie Fawcett (8).  The Wildcats and the Sandstoners battled to a scoreless game through two overtime periods, resulting in an official tie.  After tying 2-2 in the first round of shootout kicks, Carley Lumley delivered the winning shot to advance Gouverneur to the title game of the Jeffers Tournament against host Potsdam.(Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Gouverneur's Kyra Graham (1) tips the ball away from Potsdam defender Katharine Cowen (18) in an attempt to regain possession near of the Sandstoners' goal.

Pinkerton goal lifts blue devils to 1-0 victory

Norwood-Norfolk’s Vanessa Prashaw (25) battles the ball away from Ogdensburg midfielder Alie Moore (22) in front of the Flyers' goal early in the first half. The Blue Devils scored the lone goal of the game of a shot from Kelsey Pinkerton five minutes into the second half to capture the 1-0 victory in the semifinals of the Cring Tournament in Ogdensburg.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Kelsey Pinkerton (12) fires the ball Flyers' defender Katlyn Delosh (9) and downfield toward the Norwood-Norfolk goal.  Norwood-Norfolk's best shot at a goal came just moments later, when Thea Krywanczyk dribbled to within 15 yards and blasted a shot that just sailed over the crossbar.  Callee Zulauf posted five saves in the OFA shutout, while N-N keeper Ashley Powell stopped seven.