Malone Claims Sectional Title; Gouverneur 2nd, Potsdam 3rd

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

Relay Running teams from Norwwod-Norfolk, Gouverneur, Massena, Malone and all await and receive the handoff in the 4x400-Meter Relay. The Malone Huskies won the championship meet Thursday night and captured the Section X Overall Championship. Gouverneur finished in second (75) and Potsdam took third (67).  (Lisa Dunkelberg photo)


Section X Spring Track Championship

 NCSN Boys Track & Field Scoreboard

THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013

Section X Track Championship
Malone 187
Gouverneur 75
Potsdam 67
Ogdensburg 60
Madrid-Waddington 44½
Massena 40
Norwood-Norfolk 39
Clifton-Fine 28
Canton 9½
Tupper Lake 4
Salmon River 1

The runners that participated in the boys 3200-meter relay receive their awards. Malone's Conor Gordon captured the win in the even,t as well as winning the 1600-meter run.
(Lisa Dunkelberg photo)

Complete 2013 Section X Championship Results

Malone Wins 3rd Straight Title; Wildcats win Class B

Gouverneur’s Jacob Erdman two runners from Ogdensburg and Malone in the later stretch of the boys 1600-meter Relay. The Malone Huskies completed a dominant third consecutive Section X Outdoor Track Championship racking up 10 of 18 events and a total of 187 points to win their third straight title. Gouverneur finished a distant second with 75 points, but claimed the Class B championship. The Potsdam Sandstoners were a close third with 67 points. Franklin Academy’s Harvey Smith won the 400-meter race, while also claiming victories in the 100 and 200 meters and running in Malone’s winning 1600 relay. The FA senior, who plans to attend Notre Dame in the fall, was also named Boys Outstanding Runner of the Sectionals. Teammate Conor Gordon wiped up the 1600 and 3200 meter events and combined in the winning 3200 meter relay. Huskies’ Corey Lamere clocked the meet-best time in the steeplechase and also participated in the winning 3200 relay. Yet another Huskie, John Picaro, won the 400 hurdles and ran on the winning 1600 relay. Jamiel Stapleton was the winner of the arduous five-event pentathlon for the Huskies. Ogdensburg’s Taylor Bouchard won the triple jump and high jump and was named Boys Outstanding Field Performer. Other boys champions included Ogdensburg’s Alex Wood in the 800 meters; Norwood-Norfolk’s Preston Mason captured the discus; Potsdam’s Peter Clark won the 110 hurdles; Clifton-Fine’s David Dobransky won the shot put. Massena’s Andrew Brush won the long jump. Qualifying athletes will continue on to the New York State track meet being held next Friday and Saturday at Middletown High School.