Malone Wins Regular Season Title; Tupper Wins First Meet to Close

NCSN Boys Team

Salmon River
Tupper Lake
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

Malone's Corey Lamere took first place in the boys 3000-meter steeplechase, followed by (r-l) Madrid-Waddington's Austin Scott, Gouverneur's Luke Dunkleberg, Malone's Dylan LaVoie, Gouverneur's Jacob Erdman and Malone's Mike Haas. Malone, Potsdam and Gouverneur took top three places at the 90th meet.  (Tyler Perry photo)  Meet Gallery


Meets in Weeks 1-5: April 15-May 24, 2013

 NCSN Boys Track & Field Scoreboard

FRIDAY, MAY 24, 2013

Tupper Lake 51, Clifton-Fine 45



Madrid-Waddington 132, Canton 69
Gouverneur 158, Ogdensburg 93
Malone 166, Potsdam 62
Norwood-Norfolk 139, Massena 97
Tupper Lake at Clifton-Fine, ppd. till 5/24


SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2013

90th Annual Van Dusen Memorial at Ogdensburg
Malone 165
Potsdam 67
Gouverneur 55
Ogdensburg 54
Saranac Central 50
Norwood-Norfolk 37½
Clifton-Fine 34
Massena 34
Madrid-Waddington 32½
Canton 17
Watertown 11
North Eastern Clinton 1
Complete VanDusen Invitational Results



Malone 159, Gouverneur 86
Ogdensburg 130, Canton 88
Ogdensburg 152, Clifton-Fine 41
Canton 131, Clifton-Fine 43


TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2013

Potsdam 111, Massena 108
Potsdam 130, Tupper Lake 33
Massena 160½, Tupper Lake 33½


MONDAY, MAY 13, 2013

Norwood-Norfolk 124, Madrid-Waddington 117
Norwood-Norfolk 178
½, Salmon River 51½
Madrid-Waddington 169½, Salmon River 56


SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2013

"A" Invitational at Madrid-Waddington
Malone 141
Potsdam 80
Ogdensburg 78
Madrid-Waddington 62½
Massena 54
Norwood-Norfolk 48½
Canton 33
Clifton-Fine 20
Complete Invitational Results

South Jefferson Invitational
New Hartford 128
Cicero-North Syracuse 108
South Jefferson 69
Indian River 69
Mexico 64
Watertown 41
Oswego 40
Gouverneur 39
Baldwinsville 17
Altmar-Parish-Williamstown 12



Malone 149½, Ogdensburg 91½
Malone 189, Salmon River 37
Ogdensburg 168, Salmon River 56



Gouverneur 145, Canton 79
Gouverneur 171, Tupper Lake 40
Canton 128, Tupper Lake 40
Norwood-Norfolk 129, Potsdam 102
Norwood-Norfolk 168, Clifton-Fine 46
Potsdam 104, Clifton-Fine 46
Madrid-Waddington 150, Massena 96



Salmon River 169, Clifton-Fine 112
Madrid-Waddington 128, Potsdam 103
Ogdensburg 133, Massena 101
Gouverneur 125, Norwood-Norfolk 114



Malone 163, Massena 76
Malone 179, Clifton-Fine 38
Massena 152, Clifton-Fine 42
Ogdensburg 129, Madrid-Waddington 111
Ogdensburg 186, Tupper Lake 29
Madrid-Waddington 162, Tupper Lake 31
Norwood-Norfolk 157, Canton 69


MONDAY, APRIL 29, 2013

Gouverneur 138, Potsdam 92
Gouverneur 177, Salmon River 55
Potsdam 119½, Salmon River 87½


FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 2013

Malone 167, Madrid-Waddington 67
Potsdam 102, Canton 81
Gouverneur 153, Massena 87
Salmon River 105, Tupper Lake 63
Ogdensburg 126, Norwood-Norfolk 118



Gouverneur 139, Madrid-Waddington 98
Gouverneur 167, Clifton-Fine 46
Madrid-Waddington 151, Clifton-Fine 48
Malone 145, Norwood-Norfolk 95
Malone 185, Tupper Lake 33
Norwood-Norfolk 161, Tupper Lake 39
Massena 123, Canton 101
Massena 151, Salmon River 54
Canton 137, Salmon River 60
Ogdensburg 132, Potsdam 78



Malone 164, Canton 65

Gouverneur Boys Sweep Opening Meet VS. M-W & C-F

Gouverneur’s Jacob Erdman, Luke Dunkelburg and Madrid-Waddington’s Austin Scott lead the pack in the 1600-meter run at their first Section X scoring meet of the 2013 season. Gouverneur swept Madrid Waddington 139-98 and Clifton-Fine 167-46, while Madrid-Waddington downed Clifton-Fine 151-48. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Gouverneur’s Mark Dunkelburg, Jacob Erdman, Fred Nentwick and Madrid-Waddington’s Austin Scott sprint off the starting line to begin the two-mile run. Madrid-Waddington’s Austin Scott captured the event.  Gouverneur swept the season-opening meet, while the Jackets finished second and Clifton-Fine third.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Clifton-Fine's David Dobransky leaps during the high jump event. Dobransky went on to with the discus and the shot put events for the Eagles. Gouverneur went on to sweep the season-opening meet at home while Madrid-Waddington finished second and Clifton-Fine finished third.

Gouverneur Tops Potsdam, Salmon to Climb To First

Runners from Gouverneur, Potsdam and Salmon River at the beginning of the 1600-meter race. In a tri-meet on Monday, Gouverneur remained undefeated at 5-0 atop the division by defeating Potsdam 138-92 and Salmon River 177-55. Potsdam beat Salmon River 119½-87½ in the lone boys meet on Monday.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Gouverneur’s Troy Gates just releases the shot in the opening of the shot put event.  In a tri-meet, Gouverneur remained undefeated at 5-0 atop the division by defeating Potsdam 138-92 and Salmon River 177-55. Potsdam beat Salmon River 119½-87½ in the lone boys meet. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Salmon River’s Dakota Smoke passes a Potsdam runner in the home stretch of the 200-meter dash.  Jacob Erdman helped pilot the Wildcats’ win with a first-place finish in the 3,200-meter run and on the winning 3,200 relay. For the 2-2 Sandstoners, O’den Robertson won the 100- and 200-meter races, while Peter Clark leapt to first place in the triple jump and high jump.

Malone Huskies Top Boys VanDusen Invitational

Madrid-Waddington's Austin Lanning clears the bar in the boys high jump.  Malone took top honors, with Potsdam second, Gouverneur  third and Ogdensburg 4th among 12 teams.  Among the winners:  Malone’s Corey Lamere topped the boys 3000 steeplechase, along with teammates John Picaro won the 400 meter hurdles, Harvey Smith in the boys 100 and 400 dashes and Conor Gordon won the 3200. Anthony Way of Gouverneur clocked in at 15.7 seconds in the boys 110 hurdles.  Kyle Nicholson of Massena won the boys 200 dash, while teammate Andrew Brush won the long jump.  Potsdam’s Ethan Vinson captured the 800 and 1600.  Taylor Bouchard of Ogdensburg won the high jump and triple jump.  Clifton-Fine’s David Dobronsky tossed the longest shot put and longest discus.  Matthew Olney of Watertown racked up the top score in the Outdoor Pentathlon.  (Tyler Perry photo)  Meet Gallery

FIGHT of Unbeatens: Malone Reigns Past Gouverneur

Two Gouverneur and Malone runners burst off the starting lone for the 100-meter dash. When the dust settled at the end of Wednesday’s meet at Gouverneur, Malone (9-0) remains the only undefeated team in Section X boys track with a 159-86 victory in the head-to-head dual meet over the Wildcats (8-1).   (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Malone’s Patrick Gordon speeds off the starting line in the 400-meter relay.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Gouverneur’s Anthony Way leaps ahead of the pack in the 110-meter hurdles. Malone’s Daniel Badgley won the event. Individual winners for Malone included Harvey Smith in the 100 meter dash and 400 meter run, Rourk Marlow won the 800 m. Morgan Marlow captured the 1600 and 3200 races. Daniel Badgley led Franklin Academy in the 110 hurdles. John Picaro won the 400 hurdles. The four-man team of Bailey Fellion, Harvey Smith, Rourk Marlow and Joe Tracy won the 4x400 relay. Conor Gordon, Corey Lamare, Morgan Marlow and Bach Schenck won the 4x800 relay. Badgley won the high jump. Aaron Sharlow won the triple jump. Duncan Marshall tossed the longest shot put and discus. For Gouverneur, Anthony Way won the 200 meter dash. The Wildcat quartet of Jose Florez, Bradon Dusharm, Mark Horne and Adrian McShane won the 4x400 m relay. Dusharm captured the long jump.


Massena’s Matija Kremar takes the lead right from the start of the heat in the Boys 100-meter dash. Kremar would finish third overall to Potsdam’s O’den Robertson and Massena’s Andrew Brush. Malone topped the eight boys teams at the event, while Potsdam edged O.F.A. by two points for second place at the meet.  (Tyler Perry photo)  Meet Gallery

Norwood Norfolk’s Connor Levison and Dion Aumell fight for the lead in one heat of the Boys 110 meter hurdles. Levison won the event by a half-second over Malone’s Jamiel Stapleton. Aumell was fourth. Stapleton won the triple jump and high jump. Malone topped the eight boys teams at the event with 141 points, while Potsdam edged O.F.A. 80-78 for second place. Among other event winners: Massena’s Andrew Brush won the 100 and long jump, Madrid-Waddington’s Austin Scott won the 1600, Ogdensburg’s Alex Wood captured the 200 and 800, Potsdam’s Peter Clark topped the 400 hurdles, Malone’s Dylan LaVoie bested the 3200, Massena’s Kyle Nicholson sprinted to a win in the 400 and Clifton-Fine’s David Dobronsky hurled the longest shot put and discus.

JV Track Athletes Get to Shine at "B" Invitational

Malone, Massena and Ogdensburg runners start the 1600-meter race, during the B Invitational at Norwood-Norfolk. Malone won the two-mile event. In the non-scoring event, JV and younger athletes got the chance to shine in various events.

Canton’s Dan Olin takes his second throw in the boys' discus competition at the Norwood-Norfolk B Invitational.  The event includes junior varsity and younger level track athletes in which no team score is kept, but younger athletes are showcased and get to practice skills.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Massena’s Noah Kormaynas leaps over the final hurdle in the 400-meter hurdles competition in the "B" Invitational.


Runners from Madrid-Waddington, O.F.A. and Tupper get off the starting line in the 1600-meter run. M-W’s Austin Scott finished in first place in both the 1600 and 3200. M-W's Randy Ball won the 100 meters and ran on the winning 400-meter relay. O.F.A.'s Taylor Bouchard and Donovan Smith each won four events.(Eric Foote photo)  Meet Gallery

Madrid-Waddington’s Maurice Rease hands the baton off to teammate Richard Wright during the boys 4x100 meter relay. M-W’s Austin Scott finished in first place in both the 1600 and the 3200 meters. Teammate Randy Ball won the 100 meters and ran on the winning 400-meter relay. Ogdensburg’s Taylor Bouchard swept to wins in the 400 hurdles, long jump, triple jump and 3200 relay team. Devil teammate Donovan Smith ran best in the 200 and 400 dashes, the 3200 relay and the 1600 relay.