Canton, Malone, Norwood-Norfolk Share Title; Tupper Beats C-F

Malone's Rebekka Bond splashed and raced her way through the girls 2000-meter steeplechase to win in a record VanDusen time of 7:52.50. Bond, Marissa Perez and Emily Pomainville won individual events for the Huskies topping the 15-team field in capturing the 90th annual VanDusen Invitational Meet at Ogdensburg.  (Tyler Perry photos)  Meet Gallery

2013 SECTION X SPRING TRACK
NCSN Girls Team
Standings

 
x-Canton
x-Malone
x-Norwood-Norfolk
Madrid-Waddington
Gouverneur
Massena
Potsdam
Ogdensburg
Tupper Lake
Salmon River
Clifton-Fine
W-L-T   GB
  9-1-0     -
  9-1-0     -
  9-1-0     -
  7-3-0     2
  6-4-0     3
  5-5-0     4
  3-6-1     5½
  3-6-1     5½
  2-8-0     7
  1-9-0     8
0-10-0     9
 

Meets in Week 1-5: April 18-May 18, 2013

 NCSN Girls Track & Field Scoreboard

FRIDAY, MAY 24, 2013

Tupper Lake 63, Clifton-Fine 41

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2013

Canton 167½, Madrid-Waddington 130½
Gouverneur 163.83, Ogdensburg 135.17
Malone 193, Potsdam 125
Norwood-Norfolk 170, Massena 134
Tupper Lake at Clifton-Fine, ppd. till 5/24

 

SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2013

90th Annual Van Dusen Memorial
Malone 110
Canton 83.5
Madrid-Waddington 58.5
Tupper Lake 55
Lowville 44
Indian River 40
Norwood-Norfolk 32
Gouverneur 30
Saranac Central 25
Potsdam 23
Massena 19
Ogdensburg 13
Peru 10
North Eastern Clinton 8
Clifton-Fine 6

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 2013

Malone 207, Gouverneur 122
Canton 154, Ogdensburg 137
Canton 166, Clifton-Fine 44
Ogdensburg 197, Clifton-Fine 51

 

TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2013

Massena 166, Potsdam 148
Massena 187, Tupper Lake 73
Potsdam 187, Tupper Lake 77

 

MONDAY, MAY 13, 2013

Norwood-Norfolk 170, Madrid-Waddington 143
Norwood-Norfolk 238, Salmon River 34

Madrid-Waddington 209, Salmon River 36

 

SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2013

"A" Invitational at Madrid-Waddington
Canton 148
Malone 106
Tupper Lake 81
Madrid-Waddington 76
Massena 44
Norwood-Norfolk 42
Gouverneur 12
Potsdam 11
Ogdensburg 4
Complete Invitational Results

 

THURSDAY, MAY 9, 2013

Malone 191, Ogdensburg 124
Malone 234, Salmon River 43
Ogdensburg 216, Salmon River 53

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 2013

Canton 157, Tupper Lake 80
Canton 174, Gouverneur 121
Gouverneur 170, Tupper Lake 89
Norwood-Norfolk 173, Potsdam 144
Norwood-Norfolk 214, Clifton-Fine 46
Potsdam 206, Clifton-Fine 53
Madrid-Waddington 157, Massena 150

 

THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2013

Salmon River 100, Clifton-Fine 62
Madrid-Waddington 158, Potsdam 146
Massena 163, Ogdensburg 155
Norwood-Norfolk 179, Gouverneur 129

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2013

Malone 192⅔, Massena 76⅓
Malone 218½, Clifton-Fine 38½
Massena 200, Clifton-Fine 45
Madrid-Waddington 160, Ogdensburg 139
Madrid-Waddington 166, Tupper Lake 90
Ogdensburg 169, Tupper Lake 94
Norwood-Norfolk 157, Canton 147

 

MONDAY, APRIL 29, 2013

Gouverneur 158, Potsdam157
Gouverneur 219, Salmon River 47
Potsdam 222, Salmon River 49

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 2013

Malone 195, Madrid-Waddington 102
Canton 183, Potsdam 115
Gouverneur 164, Massena 147
Tupper Lake 117, Salmon River 69
Norwood-Norfolk 189½, Ogdensburg 128½

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2013

Madrid-Waddington 169½, Gouverneur 130½
Madrid-Waddington 189, Clifton-Fine 35
Gouverneur 207, Clifton-Fine 37
Malone 171, Norwood-Norfolk 158
Malone 196, Tupper Lake 75
Norwood-Norfolk 194, Tupper Lake 70
Potsdam 158, Ogdensburg 158 (Tie)
Canton 164½, Massena 133½
Canton 188, Salmon River 41
Massena 214, Salmon River 39

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2012

Canton 164, Malone 150

CANTON WINS "A" INVITATIONAL WITH MALONE 2ND, TUPPER 3RD


Norwood Norfolk’s Maddie Seguin has a slight lead in the neck-and-neck battle with Massena’s Jackie Lamica for the lead one heat in the hurdles. Canton took top honors among the nine girls teams participating in the “A” Invitational at Madrid-Waddington. Malone was second and Tupper Lake third.

Canton’s Maria Ricalton battles it out with Norwood Norfolk’s Kaycie Saucier for the lead in the girls 1500 meters. Ricalton would win the event. Saucier finished 7.9 seconds off the pace. Ricalton also won the 3000 meters, while teammate Gemma DelRossi won the 400 and 800. Canton took top honors among the nine girls teams participating in the “A” Invitational at Madrid-Waddington. Malone was second and Tupper Lake third. Among the other event winners were Malone’s Marissa Perez in the 100 hurdles and Rebekkah Bond in the 400. Tupper Lake’s Madi Fortier won the 100 and 200, along with teammates Samantha Ormsby in the long jump and triple jump and Katie Zurek in the shot put. Massena’s Waheson Lazore won the high jump and Madrid-Waddington’s Katie Marcellus bested the discus.  (Tyler Perry photo)  Meet Gallery

M-W JACKETS SWEEP O.F.A. & TUPPER LAKE IN TRI-MEET


Runners from Madrid-Waddington, Tupper Lake and Ogdensburg compete in the 100-meter dash. The Jackets’ Katie Marcellus captured first place in the shot put and the discus, while Cassidy Scott won the 800 and 3200 meters in pacing Madrid-Waddington to the tri-meet sweep. Ogdensburg finished second. (Eric Foote photo)  Meet Gallery

Gouverneur's Gabby Dunkelburg comes into the home stretch of the 3000 meter run to get the win for the Wildcats.

Tupper Lake’s Hannah Klossner clears the bar two win the girls high-jump competition. Klossner also won the 400 meters, in leading the Lumberjack effort at Ogdensburg. For Tupper Lake, Maddie Fortier took top honors in the 100 and 200 meters, while Sam Ormsby won the triple jump and long jump. The Jacks slipped to 1-4 on the season. Cassidy Scott and Katie Marcellus won two events each to lead Madrid-Waddington (4-1) to a sweep in the tri-meet. Ogdensburg’s Ellen Miller won the 400 hurdles and ran on the winning 3200 relay.

Jackets Tackle Wildcats & Eagles in TRACK Opener


Madrid-Waddington’s Makayla Blair and Gouverneur’s Katelyn Kennedy race to a photo finish in the 800-meter run. Blair leaned forward at the finish line just enough to pick up the win for the Jackets. Madrid-Waddington downed Gouverneur 169½-130½ and Clifton-Fine 189-35, while the Wildcats beat Clifton-Fine. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Three hurdlers from Gouverneur and two from Madrid-Waddington leap past the first line of hurdles in the 110-meter race. The M-W Jackets swept the meet with wins over Gouverneur and Clifton-Fine.  The Wildcats finished second.

Madrid-Waddington's Makayla Blair passes the baton to her teammate in the home stretch of the 40-meter relay.

 


Bond Makes Splash, MALONE WINS 90th VanDusen MEET


Competitors from Massena, Canton and Malone in the girls' 100-meter hurdles.  Malone's Melissa Perez (right) won the event.  Among the winners: Malone’s Rebekka Bond won the steeple- chase setting an all-new record. Indian River’s Emma Bonk captured the 400 hurdles; Paige Hamilton of Canton won the 400 meters; Lowville’s Alexis Bach won the long jump; Madrid-Waddington’s Katie Marcellus captured the discus; Jacklyn Lamica of Massena was the winner of the high jump; Brianna Hayes of Norwood-Norfolk won the Outdoor Pentathlon; Tupper Lake’s Madi Fortier won the 100 and 200 meters,while teammate Samantha Ormsby won the triple jump and Katie Zurek won the shot put.  Malone’s Emily Pomainville topped the 1500 and 3000 meters.  Ashley Leta of Peru Central took gold in the 800 meters.  (Tyler Perry photos)  Meet Gallery

Malone Girls Race Past Gouverneur 207-122


Three Malone and two Gouverneur runners race off the starting line trying to gain an early advantage in the 1500-meter run. Malone’s Rebekka Bond won the race. The Malone Lady Huskies stayed in contention for the Section X regular-season title with a convincing 207-122 win over the Gouverneur Wildcats.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Malone’s Abbey LaPage leaps just over the bar in the high-jump competition to get a win in the event for the Huskies.

Malone’s Hannah Perry leaps as she takes her shot in the discus event.  . Individual winners for Malone included Hannah Perry in the 100 m dash and discus. Carrie Pomainville won the 400, Emily Pomainville won the 800, Rebekka Bond claimed the 1500 meters and 400 meter hurdles, Charlene Scott captured the 300 meters. Marissa Perez won the 100 hurdles. The Franklin Academy team of Lauren McCarthy, Marissa Perez, Lauren Reynolds and Alyssa Tatro took first place in the 400 meter relay. Bond, the Pomainvilles and Rinn Schenck won the 4x400 relay. Brooke Bronner, the Pomainvilles and Scott won the 4x800 relay. Michaela Perry leapt to the high jump victory and logged the best distance in the long jump. Hannah Perry also won the discus. For Gouverneur, Caitlin Kennedy won the 200 m, Rachel Knowlton won the triple jump, Kirsten Roberts won the shot put.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Girls Compete at NORWOOD- NORFOLK "B" Invitational


Norwood-Norfolk, Massena and Canton runners during the 1500-meter run at the B Invitational. Shea of Canton won the event. In the non-scoring JV-level meet, the Flyers had several winners including Vanessa LaRoe in the 100 meters, Skylar Fetter in the 3000 and wins in the 1500 and 3000 relays.

Massena’s Kristen Canales leaps over the final hurdle in the 400-meter hurdle event. Canales also won the 100-meter sprint in Friday’s “B” Invitational at Norwood-Norfolk. The event is the one time during the season that JV and younger track athletes compete and are showcased.  No team scores are kept. Madison Stewart won two events (800 meters and participated in the 3200 relay) for N-N. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Canton’s Katherine Bailey takes her final shot in the discus event from the Canton Golden Bears at the "B" Invitational.

Wildcats Sweep Potsdam & Salmon River in Meet


Potsdam’s Abby Thomas just glides over the bar at the beginning of the high jump event. Gouverneur and Potsdam dueled to the finish with the Wildcats edging the Sandstoners 158-157. Gouverneur also claimed a 219-47 win over a small Salmon River squad. Potsdam also dominated Salmon River 222-49.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Salmon River’s Tatynna Figueroa launches the discus for her second attempt.  Gouverneur and Potsdam dueled to the finish with the Wildcats edging the Sandstoners 158-157. Gouverneur also claimed a 219-47 win over a small Salmon River squad. Potsdam beat Salmon 222-49. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Gouverneur’s Gabby Dunkelburg, after lapping all other participants, comes into the home stretch of the 3000-meter race.  The Potsdam Lady Sandstoners battled to their second “photo finish” in three meets this season. After a tie in their first meet at Ogdensburg, the Stoners came up on the short end of a 158-157 final to the Wildcats. However, Potsdam (3-2) was able to gain a split on the afternoon by beating Salmon River (0-5) in the tri-meet. The Wildcats were led by Rachel Knowlton’s wins in the long jump and 100-meter hurdles. Kirstin Roberts tossed for wins in the discus and shot put. Madi Dow guided Potsdam with wins in the 100-, 400- and 800-meter races. Kate Hildreth topped the 400-meter hurdles and the triple jump.