Hammond Falls in State Class D Semifinal 3-0 to Wheatfield-Chili

Final Standings & Non League Records

EAST DIVISION              W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
St. Lawrence Ctl.
St. Regis Falls
Tupper Lake
13-1-0   26    2-0-0
11-3-0   22    1-1-0
10-4-0   20    0-2-0
  9-5-0   18    2-0-0
  5-9-0   10    1-1-0
3-10-0     6    0-2-0
2-12-0     4    1-0-0
2-12-0     4    1-1-0
Salmon River
10-2-2   22    1-0-1
  7-3-4   18    0-1-0
  7-5-2   16    1-0-0
  5-5-4   14    1-0-0
  6-4-4   16    0-0-0
  4-9-1     9    0-1-0
  2-8-4     8    1-1-0
  3-8-3     9    1-0-1
WEST DIVISION              W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
10-2-0   22    4-0-0
10-2-0   22    3-1-0
  9-2-1   19    0-2-1
  3-7-2     8    0-3-1
  3-8-1     7    0-2-0
  2-8-2     6    0-3-0
2-10-0     4    0-3-0

Hammond’s Kelsey Bennett (5) leaps to clear the ball over Chazy’s Bailey Pepper (2) and a shot on goal. After a scoreless first half, the Red Devils scored twice late in the game to beat the Eagles 2-0 and move on to the NYSPHSAA Class D Final Four. (Cody Hartle photo). Game Gallery


Section X Girls Class A Playoffs

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New York State Class A Quarterfinal - at OFA
Jamesville-Dewitt 4, Massena 0



Section X Class A Championship
(#1) Massena 1, (#2) Malone 1 (OT/Co-Champs)
   (Massena wins shootout 5-4 to advance to states)


Massena’s Nicole Stenlake (12) battles the ball away from Malone forward Jessica Broeker (2) to regain possession at midfield and dash toward the Huskies goal.  After a 1-1 tie through regulation and four overtimes, both teams were declared co-champions of in Section X Class A.  However, Massena outscored Malone 5-4 in the shootout for the right to advance to the New York State Class A regional playoffs.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery
Malone’s Jennifer Johnston (14) drills a shot on the Massena goal. However, the shot was blocked on the diving save from Red Raider goalie Gisele Todd (0) to keep the game scoreless in the opening minutes.  Massena's Nova LeGrow opened the scoring with an unassisted goal in the 13th minute.  Malone tied the score midway through the second half when Claudia Collins' pass connected with Hayley Lewis scoring on a partial break.  In the sudden-victory, shot-for-shot third round of shootout kicks, Massena sophomore Chloe Violi connected, then goalie Mikenna Merry made the last save to secure advancement.

jamesville-dewitt beats massena in regional 4-0

Massena’s Kelly Southwick (8) regains possession of the ball at midfield from the Jamesville-Dewitt forward midway through the second half. The Red Raiders trailed at the half 2-0. Jamesville-Dewitt scored two additional goals late in the second half to capture the 4-0 shutout victory in the New York State Class A quarterfinal. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

A Jamesville-Dewitt forward fires the ball just over the crossbar of the Massena goal on a near miss.


Section X Girls Class B Playoffs

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New York State Class B Regional - Chazy HS
Beekmantown (VII) 6, Gouverneur (X) 0



Section X Class B Championship at SUNY Canton
(#2) Gouverneur 2, (#4) Ogdensburg 0



Section X Class B Semifinals
(#4) O.F.A. 0, (#1) Canton 0 (OFA Wins PKs 1-0)
(#2) Gouverneur 2, (#3) Salmon River 0

wildcats pounce on salmon river to capture 2-0 win

Gouverneur’s Ireland Martin (18) and a Salmon River forward fight for possession of the ball in the first round of Class B playoffs in Gouverneur.  Martin scored both goals for the Wildcats in a 2-0 victory of the Shamrocks. (Cody Hartle photo) Game Gallery

Gouverneur’s Hannah Spillman (10) gets cut off from the ball by Salmon River’s keeper Lauren Martin (38) in the first few minutes of the second half.  Tori Hartle made four saves for the shutout in the Wildcat net.  Salmon River closed out its season at 4-11-1 overall.

Wildcats pounce on blue devils to win class b title

Ogdensburg’s Ashley Barr (11) tries to split the Wildcat defense, but is met by Ireland Martin (18), Myia Tyler (9) and Jasmine Matice (23).   After Elaina Porter's goal in a 1-0 first half, Gouverneur added an insurance marker by Martin with just three minutes let to win 2-0 to claim the Section X Class B crown.  (Cody Hartle photo)  Game GalleryOgdensburg’s Kaila Jock (18) kicks the ball away from Gouverneur’s Sophie Fawcett (11) in the Class B final.  The Wildcats' Tori Hartle had seven saves in the shutout victory.  Gouverneur advances to the New York State Class B regional to face Section VII champion Beekmantown (1-0 winner against Peru)  on Tuesday at Chazy High School.  The Eagles beat Peru 1-0.  Ogdensburg closed out its 2016 season with a 3-10-5 overall record.

OGDENSBURG SHOCKS top- seeded canton in p.k.’s

Ogdensburg’s Elizabeth Peo (19) defends a long-range shot from Canton’s Liza Collins (17) in Class B semifinals on Friday. The Blue Devils escaped with a 1-0 advantage in penalty kicks after the final was unable to be determined through regulation and two overtimes. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

OFA keeper Callee Zulauf leaps above the pack to knock the ball away during a corner kick in the first half of play.  Both keepers kept clean scoresheets through 100 minutes of play.  OFA outscored Canton 2-1 in penalty kicks.  Zulauf made 17 saves and scored the tie-breaking penalty kick for the win.  Ashley Barr also scored in the shootout for the Blue Devils.  Delaney Hayes scored for Canton, while Katelyn Flanagan stopped five shots in regulation.  The Bears' ended their season at 11-3-3 overall.  O.F.A. plays Gouverneur in the final.


Section X Girls Class C Playoffs

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New York State Class C Regional - Plattsburgh HS
Northern Adirondack (VII) 5, Potsdam (X) 1



Section X Class C Championship at SUNY Canton
(#1) Potsdam 2, (#2) Norwood-Norfolk 0



Section X Class C Semifinals - at Higher Seed
(#1) Potsdam 1, (#4) Tupper Lake 0
(#2) Norwood-Norfolk 2, (#3) St. Lawrence Ctl. 0

potsdam advances to title game defeating tupper lake

Potsdam forward Sophia Anoyan (5) sprints past Tupper Lake defender Katherine Zurek (31) to fire an open shot on goal. However, the shot was rejected by Lumberjacks' goalie Casey O’Connor (1) to hold the Sandstoners to a 1-0 lead midway through the second half.  Potsdam captured the 1-0 lead off the goal from Natalie Stone in the first half.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Tupper Lake’s Brianna Suave (24) clears the ball out of the Lumberjacks zone all the way to midfield to relieve pressure in the second half.  Tupper Lake’s Casey O’Connor made 17 stops in the net, while Potsdam's defensive net protected the territory around Makenzie Martin who needed one save.  Tupper Lake closed its season at 3-14 overall.


Potsdam and Norwood-Norfolk players chase a loose ball to keep it in play in the first half of the Section X Class C Championship game.  The Sandstoners held off the Flyers in a 2-0 win for their third consecutive Class C title.  Lauren Lucht and Katie Cohen scored the goals.  Makenzie Martin snagged six saves to log the shutout.  (Cody Hartle photo)  Game GalleryNorwood-Norfolk’s Emily Thomas (9) races up the field against a Potsdam defender in the opening minutes of the Class C final.  Potsdam will open New York State Class C regional play on Tuesday on the road, facing Section VII champion Northern Adirondack that defeated Seton Catholic 1-0 in the final.  The Flyers, who came out strong with three shots in the opening five minutes but could not convert, closed its season at 7-10.

norwood-norfolk WINS "C" SEMIFINAL VS. LARRIES 2-0

Norwood-Norfolk forward Courtney Delosh (1) blasts the ball over four St. Lawrence Central defenders, while Thea Krywanczek netted the goal past Larries' goalkeeper Kelsy Waite to score the first goal of the game midway through the first half.  The Flyers scored an additional goal in the second half to earn the 2-0 shutout in the Section X Class C semifinals. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central forward Abigail Lemieux (2) fires a shot on goal on the breakaway. However the shot is blocked by the Norwood-Norfolk goalie Shannon McDonald to keep the Flyers ahead at the first half.  N-N's Madison Seguin slipped the ball past a diving attempt by goalie Waite to stop her, giving the Flyers an insurance marker with 12 minutes remaining.  St. Lawrence ended its season at 3-13 overall.


Section X Girls Class D Playoffs

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N.Y.S. Girls Class D Semifinal - at Homer HS
Wheatland-Chili 3, Hammond (X) 0



New York State Class D Quarterfinal- Potsdam CS
Hammond (X) 2, Chazy (VII) 0



Section X Class D Championship at Potsdam HS
(#3) Hammond 3, (#4) Parishville-Hopkinton 1



Section X Class D Semifinals - at SUNY Canton
(#3) Hammond 2, (#2) Heuvelton 1
(#4) Parishville-Hopkinton 1, (#1) Chateaugay 0



Section X Class D Quarterfinals - Potsdam CS
(#4) Parishville-Hopkinton 1, (#5) Madrid-Wadd. 0
(#1) Chateaugay 3, (#8) Brushton-Moira 0
Section X Class D Quarterfinals - Ogdensburg
(#3) Hammond 2, (#6) Colton-Pierrepont 0
(#2) Heuvelton 1, (#7) Edwards-Knox 0



Section X Class D First Round
(#4) Parishville-Hopkinton 5, (#13) Harrisville 0
(#5) Madrid-Waddington 5, (#12) St. Regis Falls 0
(#6) Colton-Pierrepont 1, (#11) Lisbon 0
(#7) Edwards-Knox 3, (#10) Hermon-DeKalb 0
(#8) Brushton-Moira 4, (#9) Morristown 1

#3-seeded Hammond edges
#2 Heuvelton 2-1 in semis

Hammond’s Marinah Simons (7) controls the ball as Heuvelton’s Kristi Donnelly (15) applies pressure in the Bulldog’s defensive half.  All three of the game’s goals were scored in the first half, followed by a defensive second half in deciding the outcome at SUNY Canton.  Hammond outlast Heuvelton 2-1 to advance to the Section X Class D Championship against #4-seeded Parishville-Hopkinton on Saturday at SUNY Canton.  (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery
Hammond's Mariah Simons (9) is chased along the right wing by Heuvelton's Megan Woodard (17).  Heuvelton’s Alex Steele scored the game’s opening goal just three minutes after the opening tip, but it would turn out to be the lone score for the second-seeded Bulldogs. Hammond’s Marinah Simmons tied in the 17th minute. With just over two minutes remaining in the first half, Kelsey Bennett booted what proved to be the last goal of the contest and the game winner for the #3-seeded Red Devils in the Section X Class D semifinal. Hammond faces Parishville-Hopkinton for the Class D title. Heuvelton finished its 2016 campaign at 14-4 overall.

Hammond advances to semifinals over colts 2-0

Hammond sweeper Paige Frisina (11) lines up a Red Devils’ free kick, curving it past the Colton-Pierrepont wall in the first half of play. The Hammond defense was able to preserve a 2-0 shutout against the Colts.  The Red Devils advance to semifinal play vs. Heuvelton on Wednesday at SUNY Canton.  (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery

Kelsey Bennett (5) sealed the win for Hammond by chipping this shot perfectly off a volley over the Colton-Pierrepont keeper with just a couple of minutes left in the contest.  Bennett and Marinah Simons scored goals less than five minutes apart in the second half to springboard to the Red Devils past the Colts and into the Section X Class D semifinals. Simons scored off a rebound in the crease, while Bennett redirected a long throw-n from Kylie Vaughan. Hammond goalie Lilly Langtry needed just three saves for the victory. The Colts’ Kaitlynn Long turned away 13 of 15 shots she faced. Colton-Pierrepont wrapped up its season at 11-6.

cook leads chateaugay by b-m panthers in 3-0 victory

Chateauguay's Danielle Cook (13) blasts a shot on goal past Brushton-Moira goalie Paige Cox (1) to score the second goal of the game in the first half for a 2-0 Bulldogs' lead. Cook scored against in the half as Chateaugay captured a 3-0 victory to advance past the Panthers in the Section X Class D quarterfinal. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Chateauguay's Jennifer Jones (7) battles the ball away from the Brushton-Moira forward Kenna Tavernia (4).  Chateaugay manufactured all three goals in the first half, starting with what proved to be the game-winning marker just 32 seconds into the contest. Jenny Jones fed Morgan Thomas with the opening score. Danielle Cook capitalized on the frenzy in front of the net, by scoring as the ball ricocheted between several players in the crease. Cook also scored on a penalty kick with 18.9 seconds left in the half, after a Brushton-Moira player was called for a hand ball. Goalie Kennedy Boyea saved five shots for the shutout. The #9-state-ranked Bulldogs now advance to face the other Panthers, Parishville-Hopkinton in the semifinals. Brushton-Moira ended its season at 5-9-4.


Madrid-Waddington junior Danielle Hough (1) chips the ball over St. Regis Falls goalkeeper Kerrigan Rondeau to tuck away the final goal of the game in the Section X Class D opening round.  Hough completed her hat trick with 28 minutes left in the game. Sydney Hosmer notched two goals, one assisted by Hough, to round out the scoring. With the 5-0 win, Madrid-Waddington advances to the quarterfinal on Monday. (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

St. Regis junior keeper Kerrigan Rondeau makes a terrific diving save to her right against the Yellow Jackets on Friday. Rondeau finished with 13 saves in total against Madrid-Waddington in the Saints’ final game of the season.

Brushton-moira defeats  Morristown 4-1 in opener

Brushton-Moria’s Chloe Vaness (12) and Morristown’s Leah Ward (4) battle for possession ball deep into Panther territory. Brushton-Moira started hot netting two quick goals in the opening minutes. The Green Rockets were able to counter with a goal in first minute of the second half, but couldn’t keep the momentum going.  Brushton-Moira went on to beat Morristown 4-1 in the Section X Class D opening round. (Devon Delaney photo) Game Gallery

Brushton-Moira’s Alexis Poirier (10) jumps to head the ball away on a goal kick deep in Green Rocket territory.  Three unanswered goals in the first half provided the margin of victory for the Panthers.  Madison Rowe, Abby Trimm, Colleen McKernan and Paige Cox all netted goals for the Panthers. Leah Ward netted the goal for Morristown who closed out the season at 3-11-1 overall.

HAmmond blanks chazy to advance to nys final four

Hammond’s Kelsey Bennett (5) leaps to clear the ball over Chazy’s Bailey Pepper (2) and a shot on goal. After a scoreless first half, the Red Devils scored twice late in the game to beat the Eagles 2-0 and move on to the NYSPHSAA Class D Final Four. (Cody Hartle photo). Game Gallery

The Eagles’ Goalkeeper Abby Gonyo (0) puts herself against two Hammond attackers to stop the ball and plow her way out to send the ball away.  Hammond's Sierra Fleming scores in the 65th minute and Kelsey Bennett scores and insurance goal with 52 seconds left, as Hammond advances to the New York State Final Four next weekend in Cortland.


For the first time since 1994, the Hammond girls’ soccer team is the Section X Class D soccer champion, after the third-seeded Red Devils defeated #4-seeded Parishville-Hopkinton 3-1. After enduring the opening dominance from the Panthers, Hammond’s Kelsey Bennett sent a touch pass to Marinah Simons who scored the game’s opening goal in the 14th minute. Brooke Hayes scored on a penalty kick for the Panthers to tie the game 1-1. The Red Devils were quick to take the lead in the second half. Alison Crosby blasted a 20-yard shot just 1:22 into the second half that proved to be the game winner. Bennett then tapped in an insurance marker with 19:50 remaining. Hammond keeper Lilly Langtry made four saves, all in the opening half. Hammond advances to the opening round of the New York State Class D playoffs to face Section VII Class D champion Chazy who defeated Northern Adirondack 2-1. The game is slated for Saturday, November 4th at 3:00 at Potsdam Central. Parishville-Hopkinton finished the season 15-5 overall.

P-H Panthers upset top-seeded CHATEAUGAY IN semis

Parishville-Hopkinton's Alyssa Sloan (12) and a Chateaugay defender scramble for a ball in front of the Bulldogs' net.  Parishville-Hopkinton's Olivia Collins scored in the 55th minute for the game's only goal, lifting the #4-seeded Panthers to a 1-0 win in the Section X Class D semifinals in Potsdam.  (Francesco Palumbo photo) Game Gallery

Sloan (12) turns a pass to the left wing with Bulldog defensive pressure from behind.  The stingy P-H defense allowed just five shots on goal, all of which were turned aside by goalkeeper Megan Converse who logged the shutout in net.  Chateaugay closed its impressive season at 15-2 overall, both losses coming to the Panthers.  It was the final game for Chateaugay head coach Steve Lang who announced earlier that he would retire at the end of the season.

p-h panthers advance past madrid-waddington 1-0

Madrid-Waddington forward Sydney Hosmer (3) battles over possession of the ball with Parishville-Hopkinton forward Mattie Temper (14) at midfield late in the second half. The Panthers scored the lone goal of the game with seven minutes remaining to capture the 1-0 victory to advance to the Class D semifinals. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Madrid-Waddington's Rylee Lawrence (8) drives the ball away from a Parishville-Hopkinton midfielder to regain possession.   Olivia Collins scored on a direct kick from 30 yards away, with just under eight minutes remaining in the game, to carrying the Panthers past the Yellow Jackets in a Section X Class D quarterfinals. Megan Converse turned aside seven shots in the shutout, while M-W keeper Morgan Burns stopped seven of eight shots. The Jackets closed out their season at 11-7 overall.

Heuvelton victorious in defensive battle vs. E-K

Heuvelton’s Josie Carter (8) covers Edwards-Knox’s Koryn Rowe (8) and contains a fast-break opportunity during the first half of play. The Bulldogs found the back of the net just once, but that’s all it took to come out victorious, as the defense and goalie Kelsey Williams produced a 1-0 shutout.  (Francesco Palumbo photo)  Game Gallery

Bulldog forward Alex Steele (12) steps in front of Edwards-Knox’s Carly Frary (15) to cut down a pass.  After a scoreless first half, Heuvelton’s Katie Palmer directed a ball toward Alex Steele who converted the pass into the game-winning goal in the 51st minute, in a battle of two standout West Division teams. Kelsey Williams turned in a nine-save shutout performance. Kara Davis stopped seven shots for the Cougars who closed year at 9-5-2 overall.

e-k cougars shut out h-d demons 3-0 in "D" OPENER

Hermon-Dekalb’s Miranda White (15) jumps deflect a corner kick on an Edwards-Knox cross. The Cougars scored three unanswered goals to defeat the Green Demons 3-0 in the first round of Class D playoffs at E-K.  Abby Hart scored two of the goals, while Koryn Rowe netted the other marker.  (Cody Hartle photo) Game Gallery

Edwards-Knox’s Lucy Frary (9) cranks the ball away from a Hermon-DeKalb defender and out the sideline to save a potential shot.  Edwards-Knox defense kept the Green Demons contained to just one shot against keeper Kara Davis.  Hermon-DeKalb closed out its season 3- 11-3.

c-p colts earn 1-0 victory over LISBON IN OPENING RD.

Colton-Pierrepont forward Schuyler Chamberlain (9) blasts the ball past the Lisbon defender Adrian Duvall (14) on the goal. However, the shot was blocked by Golden Knight goalie Hope Walker keeping the game scoreless midway through the second half. The Colts' score by Maddison Gregg in the second half led to the 1-0 victory in the Section X Class D opening-round game. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Summer Scovil (2) blasts the ball past the Lisbon defender Alexa McKee (11) to regain possession at midfield and send the ball on goal.  Kaitlynn Long registered a three save shutout.  Lisbon close out at 2-12-2.

P-h panthers blank PIRATES
5-0 CLASS D first round

Parishville-Hopkinton attacker Olivia Collins (8) takes a shot on net that rockets past a Harrisville defender, but goes just wide of the net.  Parishville-Hopkinton blanked Harrisville 5-0 with Collins contributing three goals in the shutout win, as the Panthers moved on to the Class D quarterfinals.  (Devon Delaney photo)  Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Clare Snell (4) steals the ball from a attacking Harrisville forward midfield.  Taylor Razis and Alyssa Sloan also scored in the Panthers' win.  The Pirates closed out their season at 2-15 overall.