Malone Clinches Unbeaten Season; O.F.A., Gouverneur, N-N Win

2015 SECTION X SPRING TRACK
Final NCSN Boys Team
Standings

 
x-Malone
Ogdensburg
Gouverneur
Norwood-Norfolk
Madrid-Waddington
Canton
Potsdam
Massena
Salmon River
Tupper Lake
Clifton-Fine
W-L-T   GB
10-0-0     -
  9-1-0     1
  8-2-0     2
  7-3-0     3
  6-4-0     4
  5-5-0     5

  4-6-0     6 
  3-7-0     7 
  2-8-0     8 
  1-9-0     9 
0-10-0   10 

Salmon River's Brandon Parent leads Gouverneur's Brayton Dusharm and Potsdam's Bedros Janoysan into the home stretch of the 200-meter dash. Parent won with a time of 23.80 seconds.  However, the Wildcats earned a sweep over the Shamrocks (155-70) and Potsdam (146-86) to close the 2015 regular season. The Sandstoners captured a 128-80 victory over Salmon River to claim second place in the tri-meet.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

 

Meets in Weeks 1-5: April 22-May 28, 2015

 NCSN Boys Track & Field Scoreboard

WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2015

Malone 174, Massena 59
Malone 180½, Clifton-Fine 26½
Massena 135, Clifton-Fine 33
Ogdensburg 173, Tupper Lake 54
Ogdensburg 171, Madrid-Waddington 68
Madrid-Waddington 122½, Tupper Lake 88½

Gouverneur 146, Potsdam 83
Gouverneur 155, Salmon River 70
Potsdam 128, Salmon River 80

Norwood-Norfolk 148, Canton 81

 

TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2015

Ogdensburg 161, Potsdam 76
Norwood-Norfolk 139, Massena 93
Gouverneur 150½, Madrid-Waddington 88½
Gouverneur 181, Clifton-Fine 23
Madrid-Waddington 165, Clifton-Fine 31

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2015

Madrid-Waddington 122½, Canton 114½

 

TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2015

Malone 183, Potsdam 58
Ogdensburg 142½, Gouverneur 98½

 

SATURDAY, MAY 16, 2015

Ogdensburg Van Dusen Invitational
Malone 139½
Indian River 137
Ogdensburg 110½
Norwood-Norfolk 69
Gouverneur 65
Saranac Central 34
Madrid-Waddington 31
Massena 25
Salmon River 23
Potsdam 19
Northeastern Clinton 14
Canton 12
Tupper Lake 11

Individual Event Winners
100 meters: Dusharm (Gouverneur) 11.2
200 meters: Dusharm (Gouverneur) 24.0
400 meters: Millisor (Indian River) 52.5
800 meters: Godin (Indian River) 2:00.7
1600 meters: Fulk (Norwood-Norfolk) 4:27.9
3200 meters: Marlow (Malone) 9:56.5
110 hurdles: Stowe (Ogdensburg) 15.2
400 hurdles: Stowe (Ogdensburg) 1:00.3
3000 steeplechase: Landry (Malone) 10:05.8
High jump: Quintilliani (Ogdensburg) 5'10"
Long jump: Bursey (Indian River) 20'1"
Triple jump: Quinitilliani (Ogdensburg) 42'3"
Shot put: Wright (Indian River) 42'8"
Discus: Wright (Indian River) 43'8"
Pentathlon: Kane 2330
400 meter relay: Gouverneur 45.9
1600 meter relay: Indian River 3:36.4
3200 meter relay: Norwood-Norfolk 8:21.1
 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2015

Norwood-Norfolk 127, Potsdam 90
Norwood-Norfolk 154, Clifton-Fine 35
Potsdam 142, Clifton-Fine 39

Malone 135, Ogdensburg 106
Malone 181, Salmon River 46
Ogdensburg 161, Salmon River 62

Gouverneur 162, Canton 78
Gouverneur 163, Tupper Lake 66
Canton 131, Tupper Lake 88

Madrid-Waddington 122, Massena 108

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2015

Norwood-Norfolk 123, Madrid-Waddington 110
Norwood-Norfolk 145, Salmon River 77
Madrid-Waddington 129½, Salmon River 90½
Malone 160, Gouverneur 81

 

TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2015

Ogdensburg 175, Clifton-Fine 25
Ogdensburg 165, Canton 55
Canton 130, Clifton-Fine 46
Potsdam 127, Massena 104
Potsdam 132, Tupper Lake 79
Massena 125, Tupper Lake 92

 

MONDAY, MAY 4, 2015

Gouverneur 132, Norwood-Norfolk 108/span>

 

FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2015

Madrid-Waddington 115, Potsdam 112

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2015

Malone 180, Canton 58
Ogdensburg 156, Massena 81

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2015

Malone 170, Madrid-Waddington 64
Canton 131, Potsdam 101
Ogdensburg 153,  Norwood-Norfolk 85
Salmon River 120½, Tupper Lake 94½
Salmon River 149, Clifton-Fine 41
Tupper Lake 120, Clifton-Fine 36

 

MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2015

Gouverneur 144, Massena 93

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2014

Canton 126½, Massena 107½
Canton 141, Salmon River 79
Massena 124, Salmon River 102
Malone 159, Norwood-Norfolk 81
Malone 182, Tupper Lake 45
Norwood-Norfolk 135½, Tupper Lake 79½
Madrid-Wadd., Clifton-Fine at Gouverneur, ppd.
Potsdam at Ogdensburg, rescheduled

Norwood-Norfolk boys win over Potsdam, C-F eagles


A thrower from Clifton-Fine competes in the discus throw against Potsdam and Norwood-Norfolk during Wednesday night's tri-meet in Potsdam.(Brock Simons photo) Meet Gallery

Runners from Potsdam, Norwood-Norfolk, and Clifton-Fine all compete in the 100 meter dash.

canton beats massena, salmon river in first meet


A Massena thrower spins and hurls the shot put during the season opening tri-meet against Canton and Salmon-River in Massena. Canton went on to defeat Massena 126½-107½ and Salmon River 141-79. Massena defeats Salmon-River 214-102.  (Brock Simons photo)  Meet Gallery

Hurdlers from Massena, Canton and Salmon River are still nearly stride-for-stride at the third hurdle.

MALONE OPENS DOMINATING NORWOOD-NORFOLK, TUPPER

Malone’s hurdler jumps out to an early lead against Tupper Lake and Norwood-Norfolk competitors. Malone would beat Norwood-Norfolk 159-81 and Tupper Lake 182-45. Norwood-Norfolk would get the win against Tupper Lake 135½-79½. (Jason Aubrey photo)  Meet Gallery
Malone’s Zach Raymond stretches out to get every last inch of his triple jump.

GOLDEN Bears take down SandsToners 131-101

Potsdam and Canton runners sail over the second hurtle in Tuesday’s meet at Potsdam. The Bears would win the track meet outscoring the Sandstoners 131-101. (Jason Aubrey photo) Meet Gallery     A neck-and-neck battle in the final stretch of the 800-meter race.  The Golden Bears stayed undefeated on the young season with a 131-101 victory. Tyler Trahan won three events – the high jump, long jump and triple jump – in leading the Bears to the win. Potsdam's Jason Jamison won the 800, Chaz Agen claimed first in the 3,200, John Mangual won the 110 hurdles and Sam Lee captured the 400 meters. Potsdam took the top three positions in the 100-meter dash. Joel Hinman finished second in the event, but placed first in the 400-meter hurdles.

Wildcats pounce on red raiders for 144-92 victory


Runners from Gouverneur and Massena dash off the starting line to begin the boys 1600-meter run that was won by the Wildcats' Mark Dunkelberg (third from right).  Gouverneur overcame the Red Raiders 144-93 to win their opening meet of the season in the Northern Athletic Conference. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Runners from Massena and Gouverneur battle side-by-side in the 4x400-meter relay.

Wildcats sweep tri-meet OVER potsdam, salmon river


Salmon River's Brandon Parent leads Gouverneur's Brayton Dusharm and Potsdam's Bedros Janoysan into the home stretch of the 200-meter dash. Parent won with a time of 23.80 seconds.  However, the Wildcats earned a sweep over the Shamrocks (155-70) and Potsdam (146-86) to close the 2015 regular season. The Sandstoners captured a 128-80 victory over Salmon River to claim second place in the tri-meet.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Potsdam's Isaiah Smith takes his second attempt in the high jump.  The event was won by Gouverneur's Adrian McShane with a height of 5 feet 4 inches.

M-W JACKETS SPOIL CANTON'S HOME TRACK DEBUT 122½-114½

   Canton and Madrid-Waddington runners sprint down the track in the 100-meter races in their meet in Canton on Wednesday. The meet marked the first time the Golden Bears have hosted a spring outdoor track and field event in 19 years. Madrid-Waddington spoiled the debut winning 122½-114½.  (Jason Aubrey photo)  Meet Gallery    Madrid-Waddington and Canton runners pass the batons in the boys 400-meter relay event.  Multiple winners included Canton’s Darren Ricalton who won the 800, 1600 and 3200-meter races, while also participating in the winning 3200 relay. The Bears’ Tyler Trahan won the triple and high jump. For Madrid-Waddington, Shayne Cryderman captured the 100, 400 and long jump. Josh Reed finished first in the 100 and 400 hurdles and participated in the winning 1600 relay. Matt Delosh topped the shot put and discus.

O.F.A Blue Devils defeat Wildcats 142.5-94.5


 Gouverneur's Adrian McShane leads two Ogdensburg hurdlers over the first set of hurdles in the 110 Hurdle event that was won by McShane with a time of 15.2 Seconds. The Blue Devils picked up key victories in the field events and relay races to capture the meet victory with an overall score of 142.5 to 94.2 (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Ogdensburg's Nick Veilhauer just edges out Gouverneur's Mark Dunkelberg at the line to capture the victory in the 1600-Meter run.

MALONE EDGES INDIAN RIVER ATOP 92ND VAN DUSEN RUN


 Several competitors in the steeplechase cross through the water pit, during the 92nd running of the Van Dusen Track and Field Meet. Malone’s William Bronner went on to win the event and the Huskies went on to win the overall meet, edging out Indian River by just 2½ team points. Ogdensburg finished third.  (Clay Allen photo)  Meet Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Dustin Fisher winds and fires in the shot put competition, won by Indian River’s Wright at 42'8'.

Ogdensburg’s Sebastian Quintilliani rises and stretches successfully over the bar in the high jump competition. Quintilliani won the event with a meet-best 5 feet 10 inches.

hUSKIES DOWN BLUE DEVILS & SHAMOROCKS IN TRI MEET


Malone's Mitchell Marlow leads a pack of runners from Malone, Salmon River and Ogdensburg around the second corner of the 1600-Meter Run that was won by Marlow with a time of 4:48. The Huskies picked up key wins in the field events to lift them to victory over the Blue Devils 135-106 and the Salmon River Shamrocks 181-46. Ogdensburg defeated Salmon River 161-62 to claim second place in the tri meet. (Cody Jenne photo) MeetGallery

Ogdensburg's Owen Pearson takes his first attempt in the shot put event that was won by Josh Dora of Malone with a distance of 39'7".

FLYERS EARN FIRST TRI-MEET SWEEP; M-W JACKETS 2ND


Relay runners from Madrid-Waddington, Norwood-Norfolk and Salmon River all receive their handoff in the third lap of the 400-meter relay that was won by the Yellow Jackets. Norwood-Norfolk earned its first sweep of the season with a 123-110 win over M-W and 145-77 win vs. Salmon River. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Austin Cousineau leap over the bar in his first attempt at the High Jump event.

Wildcats defeat flyers in close battle 132-108


&  Norwood-Norfolk’s Adam Saucier has a slight lead on pack of teammates and runners from Gouverneur at the starting line of the 1600-meter run,  Saucier won the event.  Gouverneur (2-0) won key events late in the meet to capture the 132-108 victory over Norwood-Norfolk (1-3). (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Dustin Fisher takes his second attempt in the long jump event.