Chateaugay Edged Out By Copenhagen 1-0 in State "D" Semifinal 

2015 SECTION X GIRLS SOCCER
Final Standings & Non League Records

EAST DIVISION              W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
x-Chateaugay
Parishville-Hopkinton
Madrid-Waddington
Norwood-Norfolk
Brushton-Moira
Colton-Pierrepont
St. Lawrence Ctl.
St. Regis Falls
14-0-0   28    1-1-0
10-3-1   21    0-1-1
  7-4-3   17    0-1-1
  6-7-1   13    1-1-0
  5-7-2   12    0-0-0
  4-9-1     9    0-2-0
4-10-0     8    0-1-0
2-12-0     4    2-0-0
CENTRAL DIVISION       W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
x-Canton
Malone
Massena
Potsdam
Gouverneur
Salmon River
Ogdensburg
Tupper Lake
12-2-0   24    0-1-0
11-2-1   23    0-0-0
10-4-0   20    2-0-0
10-4-0   20    1-0-1
  5-8-1   11    1-0-1
4-10-0     8    0-1-0
3-10-1     7    0-1-1
0-14-0     0    0-2-0
WEST DIVISION              W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
x-Hammond
Heuvelton
Lisbon
Edwards-Knox
Harrisville
Hermon-DeKalb
Morristown
12-0-0   24    3-0-1
10-2-0   20    2-2-0
  7-5-0   14    2-0-1
  5-6-1   11    1-0-1
  5-6-1   11    0-3-1
2-10-0     4    1-2-1
0-12-0     0    0-4-0

Heuvelton’s Alexandra Steele (12) and Chateaugay’s Jaelyn Martin (6) elevate to head the loose ball. Chateaugay scored a goal in the first half, then tacked on three unanswered goals in the second half to win the 2015 Section X Class D championship in a 4-0 shutout over third-seeded Heuvelton.  (Ryan Moore photo)  Game Gallery

 

Section X Girls Class A Playoffs

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2015

NYS Class A Quarterfinals at Fulton High School
Jamesville-Dewitt (III) 3, Malone (X) 0

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2015

Class A Championship at Potsdam HS
(#1) Malone 5, (#2) Massena 0


Malone midfielder Adriana Perez (5) fights for the ball against Massena midfielder Abby LaClair (18).  Huskies’ striker Hayley Lewis (14) scored two goals, while Gabby Collins produced a hat trick and sister Abby Collins (1) delivered three assists.  Malone keeper goalie Victoria Hanna made three saves to earn her first varsity playoff shutout.

MALONE DOMINATES MASSENA 5-0 TO WIN CLASS A TITLE


Malone wins the Section X Class A Championship, cruising past Massena 5-0 in the final at Potsdam Central.   (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

MALONE SEASON ENDS IN N.Y. QUARTERFINAL LOSS TO J-D

JAMESVILLE-DEWITT 5, MALONE 0
The Malone Huskies drew a tough New York State Class A quarterfinal encounter with 22-0 Jamesville-Dewitt. The Red Rams proved their undefeated reputation with a 5-0 victory over the Huskies who closed out their season at 13-4-1. Alex Catanzarite and Alex Fontana each scored twice, while Paige Sherling contributed the other goal and an assist for J-D.

 

Section X Girls Class B Playoffs

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2015

New York State Class B Opening Round at OFA
Beekmantown (VII) 1, Canton (X) 0

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 3015

Class B Championship at SUNY Canton
(#1) Canton 3, (#2) Gouverneur 0

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2015

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

Canton wins in shootout to advance to championship


Canton's Liza Collins (17) drives a shot past Ogdensburg defender Natalie McCormick (3) and Blue Devil goalkeeper Alicia Garcia to score the first goal of the game. The Blue Devils came back on a Jaylene Dawley goal to tie the game in the second half.  The Golden Bears captured the semifinal victory in a 3-2 shootout after two overtimes, advance to the Section X Class B Championship game.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Canton's Margurite Smith (15) regains possession of the ball from Ogdensburg's Elizabeth Denner (4) at midfield off the Blue Devils throw in.  Katie Clemmer stopped four shots for the Bears, while Alicia Garcia turned away 12 shots for OFA.  Canton will face Gouverneur in the title game.

GOUVERNEUR SLIPS PAST SALMON RIVER 2-1 IN SEMIFINAL

GOUVERNEUR 2, SALMON RIVER 1 (OT)
Salmon River got the opening goal, but Gouverneur fought back to tie and force overtime, then scored a 2-1 victory in the Section X Class B semifinals.  Jennifer Dejung scored the goal for Salmon River, but Jacquline Storrin buried the equalizer with 17 minutes remaining in regulation for the Wildcats.  Sophie Faucett connected on the lone goal of overtime to lift the second-seeded Wildcats to victory over the Shamrocks.  Lauren Martin corralled 15 saves for Salmon River (4-12).  Gouverneur (6-8-2) will face Canton in the Class B title game.

BEEKMANTOWN TOPS CANTON 1-0 IN STATE CLASS B OPENER


Canton halfback Delaney Hayes (3) and Beekmantown's Kirsten Villemaire try to ward each other way from the ball, during the State Class B opening round contest.  Villemaire scored early in the second half, just placing the ball under the crossbar for a 1-0 Eagles win.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

CANTON DOWNS GOUVERNEUR 3-0 IN CLASS B CHAMPIONSHIP


Canton striker Mirna Husinec (9) runs past Gouverneur defenders Elaina Porter (15) and Morgan Hicks (14) on her way to the goal.  The Golden Bears defeated the Wildcats 3-0 in the Section X Class B Championship at SUNY Canton.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

Canton defender Kelli Cougler (2) fights for the ball against Gouverneur midfielder Sophie Fawcett (6).
 

CANTON 3, GOUVERNEUR 0
The Canton Golden Bears defeated defending champion Gouverneur 3-0 to win the Section X Class B girls soccer championship. A closely-contested opening 35 minutes took a turn against the Wildcats on an inadvertent handball in the crease. Canton’s Samantha Mace capitalized on the opportunity by drilling a rising shot just beyond the reach of Gouverneur goalie Erika Rotundo for a 1-0 lead. In the second half, Canton extended its lead to 2-0 when Liz Christy redirected a corner kick, well placed by Mimi Husinec in the 50th minute. Canton locked up the win when Ellie Schonberg ripped a low shot into the mesh on a setup from Natalie DiSalvo. Canton (13-2) advances to the New York State Class B playoffs against a Section VII opponent on Tuesday at 6:45 p.m. at Ogdensburg. Gouverneur closed its season at 7-8-1, under their new coach Mark Martin.

 

Section X Girls Class C Playoffs

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2015

NYS Class C Quarterfinals at Ogdensburg
Schoharie (II) 1, Potsdam (X) 0

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2015

New York State Class C Opening Round at OFA
Potsdam (X) 3, Northern Adirondack (VII) 1

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2015

Class C Championship at SUNY Canton
(#1) Potsdam 6, (#2) Norwood-Norfolk 1

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2015

Class C Semifinals
(#1) Potsdam 6, (#4) St. Lawrence Central 1
(#2) Norwood-Norfolk 3, (#3) Brushton-Moira 1

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2015

Class C Play In Game
(#4) St. Lawrence Central 1, (#5) Tupper Lake 0

  POTSDAM BEATS BOBCATS 3-1, IN N.Y. STATE OPENING ROUND


Potsdam's Gabby Jones (16) races around a Northern Adirondack defender to get a shot on goal.  Jones' shot went wide, but a foul in the crease led to a penalty kick.  Savarah Aidun connected to give Potsdam a 3-1 win in the State Class C opening round.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

  POTSDAM BURSTS SINK N-N FLYERS IN "C" CHAMPIONSHIP


Potsdam’s Paige McCabe battles with Norwood Norfolk’s Brandi Salz for possession near midfield in the Section X Class C championship. Potsdam jumped out to a 3-0 lead, burying two late in the first half, en route to a 6-1 title win.  (Ryan Moore photo)  Game Gallery

Flyers’ goalkeeper Breanna DeShane contests the aerial attempt from Sandstoner forward Savarah Aidun.
 

POTSDAM 6, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 1
Potsdam broke open a close 1-0 game with a pair of goals late in the first half, en route to a 6-1 victory over the Norwood-Norfolk Flyers in the Section X Class C girls soccer championship. The Sandstoners’ Hunter Wilson got the scoring underway in the 13th minute on a setup from Gabby Jones. Potsdam keeper Makenzie Martin, who corralled three saves for the win, made a key diving save early, preventing the equalizer when the Flyers’ Cassidy Weaver broke in alone behind the Potsdam defense. The save sparked the Sandstoners. In the final five minutes of the first half, Savarah Aidun scored twice in a span of 46 seconds – the first goal on a header, then second on a scramble in the box – to put Potsdam firmly in the lead 3-0. The blue-and-orange put the game out of reach early in the second half with another two-goal burst. Kayla Phillips jammed in a rebound off the initial shot from Jones. Less than a minute later, Jones connected on a goal set up by Phillips. Norwood-Norfolk got its lone goal in the 53rd minute when Jenna Fiacco lofted a corner kick toward the near post and Danielle Linsky redirected a waist-high kick just inside the left post to make it 5-1. Jones finished the scoring with a breakaway laser just past the dive of Flyers’ keeper Ashley Powell who finished with seven saves. The Flyers finished their season at 8-9-1 overall, under first-year Coach Jessica Purvis. Potsdam (13-4-1) advances to the New York State Class C playoffs to face the Section VII champion on Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. in Ogdensburg.

ST. LAWRENCE SURVIVES 1-0 IN PLAY-IN ROUND VS. TUPPER

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 1, TUPPER LAKE O
While St. Lawrence Central was only able to muster one goal, the defense protected the net and goalie Kelsey Waite needed just two saves for the fourth-seeded Larries to win their opening-round play-in game 1-0 over #5-seeded Tupper Lake.  Meg Greer set up Hailie Weegar for the game-winning goal in the 19th minute, propelling the Larries into the Class C semifinals against top seeded Potsdam.

POTSDAM COMES UP SHORT IN STATE QUARTERFINAL 1-0 (2ot)

SCHOHARIE 1, POTSDAM 0 (2OT)
Potsdam just missed upsetting once-beaten Section II champion Schoharie in the New York State Class C quarterfinals. Potsdam’s pressure defense and 16-save effort by goalie Makenzie Martin kept the 18-1-1 the Indians off the scoreboard through 80 minutes of regulation and the first 15-minute overtime. However, Schoharie’s McKenzie Phalen punched in the game’s only goal on a corner kick from Megan Krohn at 1:29 of the second OT to send the Indians to the state semifinals next weekend. The Sandstoners, who played without the services of their speedy foward Gabi Jones due to injury, closed out the season at 14-5-1.

Norwood-Norfolk TOPS B-M 3-1 IN CLASS C SEMIFINALS 


Norwood-Norfolk striker Jaclyn Ward (18) drills the ball, while Brushton-Moira midfielder Melissa Cox (11) tries to deflect the shot on goal. The Flyers defeated the Panthers 3-1 in the Section X Class C semifinal to advance. (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk striker Madi Seguin (23) make a dribble move past Brushton-Moira defender Madison Stonehouse (7) to strike forward to the goal. Kylee Lashomb scored one goal – including a looper over the approaching Brushton-Moira keeper – then assisted on another to lead the Flyers. Sequin and Brandi Salz also scored goals for Norwood-Norfolk. Paige Cox fired the lone goal for the Panthers, who finished their season at 5-8-2. The Flyers advance to face top-seeded Potsdam for the Class C championship.

sANDSTONERS ADVANCE PAST LARRIES IN 6-1 VICTORY


St. Lawrence Central’s Megan Greer (7) traps the ball away from Potsdam forward Hannah Pcolar (3) to regain possession off a Sandstoners' throw in at midfield. Potsdam’s quick scoring at the beginning of each half jump-started a 6-1 victory over the Larries to advance to the Section X Class C Championship game. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Megan Greer (7) launches the ball past Potsdam defender Hannah Pcolar (3) sending the ball toward the Sandstoner goal. Leah Cruikshank started the scoring just three minutes into the game.  Five minutes later, Gabrielle Jones drove home a goal, then scored again later on in the half, to thrust Potsdam into a 3-0 lead. Savarah Aidun scored at the closing of the first half, start of the second half and completed her trifecta late in the second half to extend the lead to 6-0. Greer booted the Larries' goal late in the second half.  Potsdam captured the 6-1 victory in the Class C semifinal and advances to the Section X Class Championship game at SUNY Canton where they will take on the #2-seeded Norwood-Norfolk Flyers this Friday at 5pm.  St. Lawrence Central closed out the 2015 season with an overall record of 5-12-0.

 

Section X Girls Class D Playoffs

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2015

NYS Class D Semifinal at Homer HS
Copenhagen (III) 1, Chateaugay (X) 0

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2015

NYS Class D Quarterfinals at SUNY Plattsburgh
Chateaugay (X) 3, Chazy (VII) 0

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2015

(#1) Chateaugay 4, (#3) Heuvelton 0

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2015

Class D Semifinals at Massena HS
(#3) Heuvelton 2, (#2) Hammond 0
(#1) Chateaugay 5, (#4) Parishville-Hopkinton 0

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2015

Class D Quarterfinals at Massena HS
(#1) Chateaugay 2, (#9) Colton-Pierrepont 0
(#4) Parishville-Hopkinton 1, (#5) Lisbon 0
Class D Quarterfinals at Ogdensburg
(#2) Hammond 4, (#7) Edwards-Knox 1
(#3) Heuvelton 2, (#6) Madrid-Waddington 1

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2015

Class D Opening Round
(#9) Colton-Pierrepont 2, (#8) Harrisville 1 (OT)
(#7) Edwards-Knox 2, (#10) St. Regis Falls 1
(#5) Lisbon 5, (#12) Morristown 1
(#6) Madrid-Waddington 3, (#11) Hermon-DeKalb 0

CHATEAUGAY RETURNS TO FINAL-4 BLANKING CHAZY 3-0

CHATEAUGAY 3, CHAZY 0
Brianna Cook netted all three Chateaugay goals, while the suffocating Bulldogs’ defense blanked Section VII champion Chazy in the New York State Class D quarterfinals. The win marked the fifth straight shutout for the 19-1 Bulldogs, who advance to their second-straight State Final Four appearance against Section III’s Copenhagen. Alicia Cook assisted with a cross on the first goal. Brianna delivered a direct kick to the mesh for the second goal, then converted on a pass from Danielle Charland for the trifecta.

Bulldogs defeat p-h 5-0 to advance to class d final


Chateaugay forward Rachel Young (3) battles the ball away from Parishville-Hopkinton’s Hannah Hannon (7) to keep possession off the Bulldogs' throw-in at midfield. The Bulldogs surged in the second half racking up five unanswered goals to capture the 5-0 victory to advance to the Section X Class C Championships game. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Olivia Collins (8) battles the ball away from Chateaugay’s Sam Lobdell (17) to regain possession and make a push toward the Bulldogs goal. Danielle Charland netted the game’s first two goals, then assisted on the third marker as top-seeded Chateaugay downed #4-seeded Parishville-Hopkinton 5-0. Brianna Cook added two goals, while Jenny Jones scored the final goal for Chateaugay. Goalie Kennedy Boyea snagged five saves. The Parishville-Hopkinton Panthers close out the 2015 season with an overall record of 11-5-2.

P-h panthers advance past Lisbon in 1-0 quarterfinal


Parishville-Hopkinton’s Erica Sloan (13) drives the ball between Lisbon defenders Hailie Addison (7) and Katlyn Barney (10) to send the ball toward the Golden Knights goal early in the first half. The Panthers and Lisbon battled to a scoreless first half however, Parishville-Hopkinton scores the lone goal of the game in the second half to win 1-0. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton’s battles the ball way from Lisbon’s Kathryn Sovie (20) and makes a charge toward the Golden Knights goal in the first half. The Panthers earned the victory in the second half scoring the lone goal of the game to defeat Lisbon 1-0. Parishville-Hopkinton will now advance the face the Chateaugay Bulldogs in the Section X Class D Semifinals on Thursday, October 29th at 6:45pm at Massena Central.

HAMMOND TURNS GAME ON PENALTY KICK, BEATING E-K 4-1

HAMMOND 4, EDWARDS-KNOX 1
Marinah Simons scored twice with an assist, while sister Mariah chipped in a goal and two assists, in a combined effort to guide second-seeded Hammond to a 4-1 win over #7-seed Edwards-Knox in the Section X Class D quarterfinals. After Mariah scored just seven minutes into the game, Edwards-Knox equalized the score when Koryn Rowe connected with Darien Fenton. Marinah then scored on a penalty shot after handball in the box, putting the Red Devils ahead for good. Taylor Hutton also scored for Hammond (16-0-1). The Devils advance to face West rival Heuvelton in the semifinals. Edwards-Knox finished the season at 6-7-2.

Yellow jackets advance past green demons 3-0


Madrid-Waddington’s Jenna Marcellus (22) launches the ball past Hermon-DeKalb defender Zarina Hernandez (7) and toward the Green Demons' goal. The Yellow Jackets carried a 2-0 lead at halftime and held off Hermon-DeKalb to earn a 3-0 victory in the Section Class D opening round. Arianna Ramsey, Ali Stoner and Hannah Marcellus tallied the goals for the Jackets.  Morgan Burns turned away four shots for the Jackets.(Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Madrid-Waddington’s Danielle Hough (1) battles the ball away from a Hermon-DeKalb forward to gain possession for the Yellow Jackets.  Madrid-Waddington now advances to the Section X Class D quarterfinals where they will take on the #3 seeded Heuvelton Bulldogs this Saturday at 1pm in Ogdensburg. Hermon-DeKalb closed out the 2015 season with an overall record of 3-13-1.

Lisbon surges in second to defeat Morristown 5-1


Lisbon’s Sierra Ashley (13) drives the ball past the Morristown goalkeeper to take a two-goal lead over the Green Rockets midway through the second half. The Golden Knights held on to a 2-1 lead over Morristown at halftime. Lisbon scored three goals in the second half to capture the 5-1 first round victory.  Maddie Vine tallied three goals, with Madeline Caufield netting the other marker for Lisbon.  Haley Whitmarsh scored the lone goal for Morristown. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Morristown’s Abigail Stout (27) steals the ball from Lisbon’s Annah Burdick (16) and makes a charge toward the Golden Knights goal. The Golden Knights earned the 5-1 victory over the Green Rockets and will now advance in the Section X Class D Playoffs to the quarterfinals where they will meet the #4 seeded Parishville-Hopkinton Panthers this Saturday at 2:45pm at Massena High School. The Morristown Green Rockets close out the 2015 season with an overall record of 0-17-0.

ALL GOALS IN OVERTIME: COLTS UPSET HARRISVILLE 2-1

COLTON-PIERREPONT 2, HARRISVILLE 1 (OT)
After a scoreless regulation, Colton-Pierrepont scored twice in the first overtime, then had to fend off Harrisville in the second extra period to win the Section X Class D opening round game.  Madison Gregg scored two minutes into the first overtime, then Ariel Garvin added an insurance score six minutes later to pave the way to victory.  Harrisville's Delaney Baker made the game interesting with a goal off a direct kick in the fourth minute of the second OT.  Goalkeepers on both ends recorded eight saves.  THe Colts advance to face top-seeded Chateaugay in the Saturday quarterfinals at 1:00 at Massena high school.  THe Pirate season closed at 5-10-2 overall.

CHATEAUGAY EDGED BY COPENHAGEN IN STATE SEMIS

COPENHAGEN 1, CHATEAUGAY 0
In a battle of two North Country teams in the New York State Class D girls soccer semifinals, Section III champion Copenhagen outlasted Chateaugay 1-0. The lone goal came in the 12th minute of the contest when Claire Stackel fed Maci Spaulding who delivered a rising shot over Chateaugay keeper Kennedy Boyea. Golden Knights’ goalkeeper Mackenzie Wheeler recorded six saves to protect the shutout over the much-heralded Bulldogs. Chateaugay closed out its season at 19-2 overall, with a whopping 103-6 advantage in goals against their opponents all season. Boyea stopped five of six shots in the loss. Chateaugay had two serious scoring chances in the second half. Wheeler made a kick save on one, and stopped Samantha Lobdell on a breakaway and subsequent rebound to preserve the win. Copenhagen will make its first championship appearance in girls soccer since 1993, when they face Section V champion Wheatfield-Chili after only a 24-hour rest.

top-seed chateaugay beats heuvelton 4-0 in "d" finale


Heuvelton’s Alexandra Steele (12) and Chateaugay’s Jaelyn Martin (6) elevate to head the loose ball. Chateaugay scored a goal in the first half, then tacked on three unanswered goals in the second half to win the 2015 Section X Class D championship in a 4-0 shutout over third-seeded Heuvelton.  (Ryan Moore photo)  Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Hannah Thornhill heads the ball into the box on a cross to give the Bulldogs’ a scoring opportunity.
 

CHATEAUGAY 4, HEUVELTON 0
Chateaugay broke away from a close 1-0 halftime lead with three unanswered goals in the second half to defeat Heuvelton 4-0 in the Section X Class D championship. Brianna Cook delivered two goals, while Danielle Harland connected on a goal and an assist to lead the East Bulldogs (18-1 overall). Katie Dwyer also scored Chateaugay, while Kennedy Boyea registered a six-save shutout. Chateaugay advances to face Section VII Champion Chazy in the opening round of the New York State playoffs. Third-seeded Heuvelton closes its season at 14-5 overall.

Heuvelton upsets Hammond to advance to class d final


Heuvelton’s Katie Palmer (2) heads a ball past Hammond defender Alyson Crosby (23) and goalkeeper Lilly Langtry looking to extend the 1-0 lead, early in the second half. However, Langtry made the save. The Bulldogs scored their second goal of the game off a direct kick midway through the second half to claim the 2-0 win. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Hammond’s Marinah Simons (7) and Heuvelton’s Karina Warren (11) battle for possession of the ball at midfield off a Red Devils' Indirect kick. Heuvelton got on the board late in the first half with a goal from Katie Palmer to take a 1-0 lead into halftime.  In the second half, the Bulldogs scored an insurance goal off a direct kick from Hannah Thornhill, closing out a 2-0 victory.  Heuvelton advances to the Section X Class D Championship game where they will again meet the #1-seeded Chateaugay Bulldogs this Saturday at 1pm SUNY Canton.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery  

HEUVELTON OUTLASTS M-W JACKETS 2-1 IN QUARTERFINAL


Heuvelton’s Alyssa Johnson (9) fights for the ball against Madrid-Waddington’s Kellsie Tiernan (11) while the rest of the defense shifted into position. The Bulldogs defeated the Yellow Jackets 2-1 in the Section X Class D quarterfinals to advance the semifinals to face Hammond.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery
Madrid-Waddington’s Danielle Hough (1) strikes the ball toward Heuvelton goalkeeper Kristi Donnelly (0).  Madrid Waddington’s Sydney Hosmer dented twine in the 34th minute with the assist from Ariana Ramsey. Yellow Jackets went into half with a 1-0 lead.   Heuvelton answered in the second half with a goal from Katie Palmer, assisted by Brooke Armstrong in the 54th minute to tie the game 1-1.   Heuvelton received credit for an "own goal" off a Yellow Jacket defender in the 66th minute, for the final score of the game.

Chateaugay survives colts strong attack winning 2-0


Chateaugay goalkeeper Kennedy Boyea (GK) leaps over Colton-Pierrepont’s Schyler Chamberlin (24) and a teammate to block the shot attempt from the Colts off the corner kick to keep the 1-0 lead midway through the second half. The Bulldogs defeated the Golden Knights 2-0 to advance to the Class D Semifinals where they will face Parishville-Hopkinton. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Hannah Hogle (7) steals the ball away from Chateaugay forward Danielle Cook (13) to regian possession near the Bulldogs goal. The Bulldogs carried a 1-0 lead into halftime netting the insurance goal with under two minutes remaining to capture a 2-0 victory over the Colts in the Class D Quarterfinals. Chateaugay now advances to the Section X Class D Semifinals where they will take on the Parishville-Hopkinton Panthers Thursday, October 29th at 6:45pm at Massena High School. The Colton-Pierrepont colts close out the 2015 season with an overall record of 5-12-1. 

E-K COUGARS EDGE sT. REGIS 2-1 IN CLASS D OPENING ROUND


Edwards-Knox's Koryn Rowe slips the ball past St. Regis Falls goalie Sara Brockway (30) to teammate Mackenzie Frary (10) for an open shot on goal.  After a 1-1 tie in the first half, Frary scored the game-winning goal at 6:27 of the second half as the Cougars squeaked out a 2-1 win over the Saints in the Section X Class D opening-round playoff game.  (Bob LaRue photo) Game Gallery

In a frantic attempt to net the equalizer, St. Regis Falls' Karlee Lucey (26) gets a point-black shot, but Edwards-Knox goalie Kelsey White (21) stands her ground to make the save and preserve a 2-1 Cougars' victory.  St. Regis Falls' Kerrigan Rondeau scored in lightning fashion with the opening goal just 1:36 into the contest.  Edwards-Knox's Emily Lasher tied the game at 34:06.  White and fellow goalie Kara Davis combined for six saves.  SRF's Sara Brockway stopped 13 shots.