Malone Repeats Section X Title; Indian River 2nd, Canton 3rd

2017-'18 SECTION X INDOOR TRACK
NCSN Boys Team Rankings

 
Malone
Canton
Massena
Indian River (ave)
Potsdam
Ogdensburg
Norwood-Norfolk
Tupper Lake
Gouverneur

Pts  1st  2nd 3rd
18      2      0      0
16      0      2      0
14      0      0      2
12      0      0      0
11      0      0      0
  9      0      0      0
  6      0      0      0
  6      0      0      0
  3      0      0      0
Based on season meets. (Points given weekly in descending order of finish:
1st place = 9 pts; 2nd = 8 pts, etc.

Malone was crowned Section X Champions during 2018 Indoor Track and Field sectionals, just before the state events.  Franklin Academy won the event with 147 overall points, Indian River finished second with 81 points, edging out Canton who finished third with 80.  Boys MVP awards were given to Ogdensburg's Nate McNally for track and Will Bilow of Malone for field.  (Troy O'Brien photo)  Game Gallery

 

2018 Section X Indoor Track Championship

 NCSN Boys Indoor Track Scoreboard

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018

Section X Championships at St. Lawrence Univ.
Malone 147
Indian River 81
Canton 80
Massena 66
Potsdam 57
Norwood-Norfolk  36
Ogdensburg 29
Tupper Lake 28
Gouverneur 13
Salmon River 4
Complete Section X Championship Results


Indian River athlete sprints past the competition, as the entire Warrior boys team had success in sprinting events. Indian River boys won the 4x200m race with an overall time of 1:36.60.

MALONE REPEATS section X CROWN; INDIAN RIVER 2ND


 Malone was crowned Section X Champions during 2018 Indoor Track and Field sectionals, just before the state events.  Franklin Academy won the event with 147 overall points, Indian River finished second with 81 points, edging out Canton who finished third with 80.  Boys MVP awards were given to Ogdensburg's Nate McNally for track and Will Bilow of Malone for field.  (Troy O'Brien photo)  Game Gallery

 

Indoor Track Meet #2 - February 9, 2018

 NCSN Boys Indoor Track Scoreboard

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2018

Week 2 at St. Lawrence University
Malone 162
Canton 72
Massena 68
Indian River 67
Potsdam 51
Ogdensburg 40
Norwood-Norfolk 38
Tupper Lake 24
Gouverneur 17

Complete Week 2 Indoor Track Results


Tupper Lake's Jayce Clemente paces himself during the 1000 meter run. Malone's Nathan McNally won the event. Malone boys dominated in Week 2 of Indoor Track and Field with Canton 2nd and Massena 3rd in the nine-team field.  (Troy O’Brien photo)  Meet Gallery

Malone sweeps competition CANTON 2ND, MASSENA 3RD


A Massena high jump competitor clears the bar. Malone's Will Bilow emerged victorious in the event, while Massena's Jonathan French took second.
 

Malone’s Josh Paquin won the 300 meters, while teammate Tyler Shorette distanced the pack in the 3200 and Will Bilow captured the high jump and triple jump. Ogdensburg’s Nate McNally won the 1600 and 1000 meter events. Indian River’s Kwaszi Gaddis captured the 55 sprint, while fellow Warrior Derek Joseph won the long jump. Potsdam’s Adam Parker tossed a 50.03 foot shot put, 14 feet better than the rest of the competition. Massena’s Jeremiah VanBorstel topped the 55 hurdles. Norwood-Norfolk’s Will Livernois was a four-second winner in the 600 meters. Malone won the 3200 relay, Massena topped the 1600 relay and Indian River took first in the 800 relays.

 

Indoor Track Meet #1 - February 3, 2018

 NCSN Boys Indoor Track Scoreboard

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2018

Week 1 at St. Lawrence University
Malone 181
Canton 95
Massena 77
Potsdam 57
Ogdensburg 38
Tupper Lake 32
Norwood-Norfolk 22
Gouverneur 19
Indian River - absent weather

Complete Week 1 Indoor Track Results


A competitor from Canton takes his first attempt in the Long Jump event.

MALONE TOPS WEEK #1 MEET, canton 2ND, massena 3RD


Athletes from across Section X break off the starting line to begin the 1600-meter run to officially kick off the 2018 season at St. Lawrence University. The Malone Huskies won the meet racking up 181 points.  Malone was followed by Canton taking second with 95 points.  Massena (77), Potsdam (57) and Ogdensburg (38) rounded out the top five team finishes. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery