Malone Repeats As Section X Champs; Massena 2nd, Canton 3rd

2018-'19 SECTION X INDOOR TRACK
Final NCSN Boys Team Rankings

 
Malone
Massena
Ogdensburg
Canton
Gouverneur
Potsdam
Indian River**
Tupper Lake*
Norwood-Norfolk
Salmon River
Pts  1st  2nd 3rd
60      6      0      0
54      0      6      0
44      0      0      3
44      0      0      2
37      0      0      0
28      0      0      0
21      0      0      0
18      0      0      0
10      0      0      0
  9      0      0      0
Based on season meets. (Points given weekly in descending order of finish:
1st place = 10 pts; 2nd = 9 pts, etc.  Teams receive their average points when unable to participate - weather.)

Sprinters from Potsdam, Canton, Massena and Malone dash to the finish line in the boys 55-meter dash that was won by Potsdam's Mike Corbett. The Malone Huskies captured the 2019 Section X Championship racking up 156.5 points, followed by Massena at 111 points.  Canton (65) Ogdensburg (53) and Potsdam (49.5) rounded out the top five team finishes.   (Howard King photo)  Meet Gallery

 

Indoor Track Championship - February 14, 2019

 NCSN Boys Indoor Track Scoreboard

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2019

Section X Championship at St. Lawrence Univ.
Malone 156½
Massena 111
Canton 65
Ogdensburg 53
Potsdam 49½
Gouverneur 49
Tupper Lake 33
Indian River 16
Salmon River 6
Norwood-Norfolk 4
Complete Championship Results


A Massena athlete leaps hard off the running lane on his second attempt at the long jump event. 

Malone wins section x championship; massena 2nd


Sprinters from Potsdam, Canton, Massena and Malone dash to the finish line in the boys 55-meter dash that was won by Potsdam's Mike Corbett. The Malone Huskies captured the 2019 Section X Championship racking up 156.5 points, followed by Massena at 111 points.  Canton (65) Ogdensburg (53) and Potsdam (49.5) rounded out the top five team finishes.  Malone won all three relay events.  Dylan Perry captured the 3200 for the Huskies. Massena's Jeremiah Van Borstell won the 60-meter hurdles, triple jump and 600-meter run.  He was named Field MVP.  Raider teammate John French won the high jump, while Max Szarka topped the long jump. Potsdam's Mike Corbett won both the 55- and 300-meter dashes. Ogdensburg's Luke LaFlair won the shot put, while the Blue Devils'  Nate McNally won the 1600 and 1000 meters and was named Track MVP.(Howard King photo) Meet Gallery

 

Indoor Track Meet #6 - February 8, 2019

 NCSN Boys Indoor Track Scoreboard

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019

Week 6 at St. Lawrence University
Malone 165
Massena 110
Ogdensburg 78
Canton 58
Gouverneur 54
Potsdam 46
Tupper Lake 25
Norwood-Norfolk 4
Salmon River 2
Indian River dnp

Complete Week 6 Track Results

MALONE WINS WEEK #6 TO SWEEP REGULAR SEASON

Malone boys racked up 165 points in concluding a season-long sweep of dominating first-place finishes in the 2018-2019 Northern Athletic Conference indoor track season.  Meanwhile, Massena swept second place for the season with 110 points, in the Raiders' best season in several years.  Ogdensburg third for the week at 78 points, finished the season in third place. Canton's fourth-place finish, Gouverneur placing fifth and Potsdam in sixth for the week, mirrored their respective finishes for the season.

 

Indoor Track Meet #5 - February 2, 2019

 NCSN Boys Indoor Track Scoreboard

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2019

Week 5 at St. Lawrence University
Malone 117
Saranac 96.50
Massena 63
Chittenango 46
Canton 41
Ogdensburg 39
Plattsburgh 37
Gouverneur 26
Beekmantown 21.50
Seton Catholic 21
Tupper Lake 19
Potsdam 15
Indian River 3
AuSable Valley 1
Complete Week 5 Track Results


Athletes from Ogdensburg, AuSable Valley and Massena fly over the hurdles in close competition in the 60-meter hurdles.  Saranac Central’s Cameron Duffield won the event.

Malone 1st, saranac 2nd massena 3rd at invitational


A competitor fro Canton flies through the air in the Triple Jump event.   Massena’s Jeremiah vonBorstel won the event during the annual NAC Invitational at St. Lawrence University.   Malone raced to its fifth straight meet win in the expanded field of 14 teams, with Saranac Central second best.  Massena was second-best in NAC-Section X for the fifth-straight week, with Canton third best and fifth overall.  Saranac Central was second best, providing the closest challenge of the second for the Huskies, a 20.5 point margin.  Chittenango finished fourth, with Canton fifth.  (Josh Wangerin photo)  Meet Gallery

 

Indoor Track Meet #4 - January 25, 2019

 NCSN Boys Indoor Track Scoreboard

FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 2019

Week 3 at St. Lawrence University
Malone 168
Massena 95
Canton 68
Gouverneur 67
Potsdam 65
Ogdensburg 58
Salmon River 4
Norwood-Norfolk 3
Indian River, dnp weather
Tupper Lake, dnp weather
Complete Week 4 Track Results


Runners from Indian River, Potsdam, Canton and Gouverneur dash down the straight away in the 55-meter dash event. (NCSN file photos by Cody Jenne)

malone, massena top week 4 while canton rises to 3rd


A Malone competitor leaps and extends to the pit in the long jump event.  In Week 4 competition, the Malone Huskies continued their season-long dominance with 168 points.  Massena finished second for the fourth straight week with a comfortable margin over the rest of the pack.  Canton climbed to third for the first time with 68 points, edging Gouverneur (67) and Potsdam (65), while Ogdensburg came in a close sixth at 58 points. 

 

Indoor Track Meet #3 - January 18, 2019

 NCSN Boys Indoor Track Scoreboard

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 2019

Week 3 at St. Lawrence University
Malone 156
Massena 88
Ogdensburg 75
Canton 58
Gouverneur 57
Potsdam 49
Tupper Lake 24
Indian River 22
Norwood-Norfolk 5
Salmon River 3
Complete Week 3 Track Results


Runners from Potsdam, Malone, Gouverneur, Ogdensburg and Indian River take off in the boys 55-meter dash.  Malone boys dominated for the third straight week, with Massena posting 88 points in second place, its best finish in several years. Ogdensburg settled into the third spot for the third week in a row. Canton edged Gouverneur by one point for the fourth and fifth slots.

MALONE streaks to 3RD WIN; MASSENA 2ND; O.F.A. 3RD


Ogdensburg's Connor Sibley has a slight lead early in the 1600 meter run.  However, the event was won by Malone's Dylan Perry who also won 3200 meters, while teammate Jonah Bannon captured the 300 meters and Marcus Smith topped the triple jump. The Huskies won all three relays. Massena’s Jeremiah vanBorstel dashed to first place in the 60-meter hurdles, while teammate Ryan Jaggers won the high jump. OFA’s Nate McNally topped the 600 and 1000 meters, while Luc LaFlair tossed the shot nearly six feet longer than the rest of the field. Gouverneur’s Cayden Stowell won the 55-meter dash, while fellow Wildcat Caleb Farr claimed the long jump.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

 

Indoor Track Meet #2 - January 11, 2019

 NCSN Boys Indoor Track Scoreboard

FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 2019

Week 2 at St. Lawrence University
Malone 170
Massena 91
Ogdensburg 77
Canton 70
Gouverneur 51
Potsdam 45
Indian River 13
Tupper Lake 10
Norwood-Norfolk 6
Salmon River 6

Complete Week 2 Track Results


A Gouverneur sprinter bursts across the finish line in the first heat of the boys 55-meter dash.  Potsdam's Michael Corbett clocked the fastest time in the event at 7.44 seconds.  The Wildcats' Caleb Farr finished second at 7.54, while Canton's Robert Beaudin timed at 7.66 in third. 

MALONE DOMINATES IN WEEK 2; MASSENA 2ND, O.F.A. 3RD 


 Runners from Malone, Tupper and Salmon River lead a second group of runners in the boys 1600-meter run. Ogdensburg's Nate McNally won the event in a time of 4:53.86, edging Potsdam's Skye Crocker by just 1.13 seconds and Malone's Dylan Perry by just 3.54 seconds.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Meet Gallery
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Malone took top team honors with 170 points, increasing its point total by 20 over Week 1 and increasing its margin over the field from 37 points to 79 points.  Massena remained in second place, but third-place O.F.A. closed the gap to just 14 points in Week 2.  Canton remained fourth, but just two points ahead of Gouverneur which continued in fifth position.  Potsdam moved up to sixth.  Norwood-Norfolk returned to competition with a ninth place finish in a field of 10 teams.

 

Indoor Track Meet #1 - Deember 14, 2018

 NCSN Boys Indoor Track Scoreboard

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2018

Week 1 at St. Lawrence University
Malone 150
Massena 113
Ogdensburg 79
Canton 54
Gouverneur 52
Indian River 35
Potsdam 30
Tupper Lake 18
Salmon River 1
Complete Week 1 Track Results


Ogdensburg’s Nate McNally leads runners from Malone, Tupper Lake and Canton around the first bend in the lengthy boys 3200-meter run.  McNally won the race, leading the Blue Devils to a third-place finish in the team points.  The Malone Huskies won the opening meet, gathering 150 points, with Massena rising to second.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

MALONE RULES WEEK 1, WITH MASSENA 2ND, O.F.A. THIRD


Gouverneur’s Cayden Stowell leaps into the sand pit in his second attempt in the long jump.  Stowell finished second in the event with a distance of 18 feet 9 inches, behind teammate Caleb Farr won took first place with a distance of 19 feet 9 inches.  Massena eighth grader Jonathan French was third best with a distance of 18 feet four inches.