Norwood-Norfolk, Ogdensburg, Madrid-Waddington Win Final Meets

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kaycie Saucier leads a pack of teammates and runners from Gouverneur in the opening stretch of the 1500-meter run. Saucier and Brianna Hayes each captured first place in three events, and the Flyers won key victories to pull out a narrow 169-155 win in the final meet of the regular season.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

2014 SECTION X SPRING TRACKbr> Final NCSN Girls Team Standings

Tupper Lake
Salmon River
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

Meets in Weeks 1-5: April 21-May 25, 2014

 NCSN Girls Track & Field Scoreboard

THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2014

Norwood-Norfolk 169, Gouverneur 155
Ogdensburg 194, Massena 102
Madrid-Waddington 159, Potsdam 114


TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2014

Gouverneur 188, Ogdensburg 129
Canton 190, Madrid-Waddington 105
Malone 190, Potsdam 109
Tupper Lake 138, Salmon River 86
Tupper Lake 141, Clifton-Fine 30
Salmon River 113, Clifton-Fine 47


MONDAY, MAY 19, 2014

Norwood-Norfolk 214, Massena 91


SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2014

Van Dusen Invitational at Ogdensburg
Canton 187
Malone 109
Indian River 47½
Tupper Lake 32½
Norwood-Norfolk 30
Camden 30
Potsdam 27
Gouverneur 26
Ogdensburg 22
Madrid-Waddington 16
Massena 8
Peru 8
Northeastern Clinton 5
Salmon River 4
Saranac Central 4
Complete Van Dusen Results



Malone 200, Gouverneur 117
Massena 141, Potsdam 119
Massena 142, Tupper Lake 108
Potsdam 112, Tupper Lake 106
Canton 170, Ogdensburg 132
Canton 194, Clifton-Fine 19
Ogdensburg 221, Clifton-Fine 21
Norwood-Norfolk 195, Madrid-Waddington 100
Norwood-Norfolk 216, Salmon River 62
Madrid-Waddington 147, Salmon River 91


MONDAY, MAY 12, 2014

Ogdensburg 170, Potsdam 128
Canton 167, Malone 149


SATURDAY, MAY 10, 2014

Madrid-Waddington Invitational
Canton 174
Malone 135
Norwood-Norfolk 61
Potsdam 55
Tupper Lake 52
Madrid-Waddington 20
Ogdensburg 10
Massena 8
Salmon River 5



Malone 216, Ogdensburg 98
Malone 225, Salmon River 61
Ogdensburg 189, Salmon River 81



Canton 168, Norwood-Norfolk 141


TUESDAY, MAY 6, 2014

Gouverneur 155, Potsdam 135
Gouverneur 179, Salmon River 71
Potsdam 165, Salmon River 81
Ogdensburg 171, Madrid-Waddington 140
Ogdensburg 180, Tupper Lake 1015
Madrid-Waddington 150, Tupper Lake 116
Malone 219, Massena 81
Malone 228, Clifton-Fine 29
Massena 165, Clifton-Fine 41



Malone 184½, Norwood-Norfolk 133½
Malone 202, Tupper Lake 75
Norwood-Norfolk 194, Tupper Lake 84
Canton 173, Massena 111
Canton 176, Salmon River 57
Massena 160, Salmon River 82
Gouverneur 169½, Madrid-Waddington 145½
Gouverneur 230, Clifton-Fine 20
Madrid-Waddington 206, Clifton-Fine 28



Canton 148, Potsdam 116
Gouverneur 200, Massena 93
Norwood-Norfolk 190, Ogdensburg 127
Malone 213, Madrid-Waddington 90
Tupper Lake at Salmon River postponed



Norwood-Norfolk 186, Potsdam 86
Norwood-Norfolk 225, Clifton-Fine 24
Potsdam 156, Clifton-Fine 23
Canton 188, Gouverneur 117
Canton 184, Tupper Lake 74
Gouverneur 183½, Tupper Lake 81½
Madrid-Waddington 179 , Massena 121

CCanton Girls Rule at Madrid-Waddington INVITE

Runners from across Section X speed off of the starting line in the girls 1500-meter run. With 174 points, Canton captured the team victory at the Madrid-Waddington Invitational. The Bears were followed by the Malone Huskies with 135 points. Norwood-Norfolk, Potsdam and Tupper Lake rounded out the Top Five. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Tupper Lake’s Lizzie Dureck. Takes her second attempt in the long jump event. (Cody Jenne photo)

Gouverneur Girls Roll to 200-93 Win at Massena

Massena’s Jacalyn Lamica leads teammate Mackenzie LePage and Gouverneur’s Kristin Shultz in the 100-meter hurdles. Lamica finished with a time of 18.2 seconds, a new personal best. The Gouverneur Wildcats completed their second victory of the season, defeating the Massena Red Raiders 200-93 on Tuesday. Meet Gallery

Massena’s Nicole Davis takes her first attempt in the shot put. Gouverneur had a strong showing with a balance of winners in a 200-93 win at Massena. The Wildcats were led by two-event wins from Gabby Dunkelberg in the 800 and 3,000 races, while Belisena Hall notched wins in the triple jump and long jump. Massena also had a two-event winner: Jacilyn Lamica captured the 100 hurdles and high jump for the Raiders’ lone first-place finishes. (Cody Jenne photo)

Norwood-Norfolk Wins Tri-Meet vs. Potsdam, Eagles

The Flyers’ Kaycie Saucier leads a pack of runners from Norwood-Norfolk, Potsdam and Clifton-Fine around the first bend in the 3000-meter run. The Flyers downed Potsdam swept the Eagles 225-24 in the opening home meet at Norfolk. Potsdam captured second place over Clifton-Fine 156-25.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kim Stewart makes her first attempt in the long jump event. Kaycie Saucier, Arianna Colbert and Breanna Hayes each captured first-place finishes in two events propelling the Flyers to a sweep over Potsdam 186-86 and Clifton-Fine 225-25 in the first meet of the season. Colbert was the winner in the shot put and discus. Hayes took top honors in the 400 meters and high jump. Saucier dashed to wins in the 1,500 and 800. Potsdam also defeated Clifton-Fine 156-23.

Flyers Outlast Wildcats For CLOSE Win in Final Dual

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kim Stewart leaps off the board in her second attempt at the long jump event. The Flyers’ Kaycie Saucier pulled down first-place finishes in the 800, 1,500 and 3,000-meter races, while Breanna Hayes topped the 400, long jump and high jump in guiding Norwood-Norfolk to a tight 169-155 win on the road at Gouverneur. The dual determined third place in the division. The Flyers closed the regular season at 8-2 overall and a third-place finish. Ciara Spicer led Gouverneur by capturing wins in the 100 and 200-meter races. Gouverneur finished the season at 7-3 and fourth place in the 11-team standings.  Meet Gallery

Canton Track Captures Regular Season Title

Canton’s Emma Collins and Madrid-Waddington’s Taylor Harris explode off from the starting blocks in the girls 4 x 100 relay. Canton won the race. The Golden Bears continued their dominance with a 190-105 win over the Yellow Jackets, capping an undefeated campaign (10-0) with a Northern Athletic Conference regular-season league title.

Madrid-Waddington’s Megan McCall takes her first attempt in the triple jump. (Drew Gearsbeck Photo)  Meet Gallery

Canton Wins VanDusen; Malone 2nd; Indian River 3rd

Massena’s Allison Dix springs off the line during the long jump event. Among the multiple event winners: Rebekka Bond of Malone won the steeplechase, 200 and 400 meters. Canton's Morgan Rosser won the high jump and triple jump. Tupper Lake’s Katie Zurekwon the shot put and discus. Canton’s Laura Pierce took the 1600 meters, while the Bears’ Maria Ricalton won the 3200-meter run.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Meet Gallery

Malone Girls Win Early Events to Beat Gouverneur

Malone’s Hayley Lewis crosses the finish line in a photo finish with Gouverneur’s Jacqueline Ward in the 100-meter dash, beating her by just 0.1 seconds with a time of 13.90 seconds. The Huskies captured victories in early relay and field events to win the meet over the Gouverneur Wildcats 200-117. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Malone’s Alyssa atro takes her first jump in the triple jump event where she placed second.  (Cody Jenne Photo)

O.F.A. Girls Improve To 4-2 With Victory at Potsdam

PPotsdam’s Vanessa LaRoe leads Ogdensburg’s Sarah Ritcher and fellow teammate Sam Heer into the final 25 meters of the 100-meter dash. Potsdam’s Emma LoMastro won the event. However, the Blue Devils pulled away to obtain  170-128 victory over the Sandstoners. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

An Ogdensburg participant takes her first attempt in the triple jump event. (Cody Jenne Photo)

Gouverneur Girls Roll to TRACK Wins Over M-W, C-F

Gouverneur’s Kara Cummings leads runners from Clifton-Fine and Madrid-Waddington to the finish line of the 100-meter dash. The Wildcats overcame a close battle with Yellow Jackets to pick up the victory 169½ - 145½. Madrid-Waddington finished second by beating the Clifton-Fine Eagles 260-28.

Madrid-Waddington’s Kerry Mayette flies across the pit in her second attempt in the long jump.  Gouverneur improved to 4-1 with a sweep of host Madrid-Waddington 169½-145½ and Clifton-Fine 230-20 in the double duals. The Jackets earned a split with a 206-28 finish over the Eagles. Double winners for the Wildcats included Ciara Spicer’s wins in the 100 and 200 sprints, while Belisena Hall captured the long jump and triple jump field events. The lone three-event winner at the meet was Madrid-Waddington’s Gabrielle Scott who topped the 400, 800 and 3,000-meter races. Teammate Hannah Marcellus snagged wins in the 100 hurdles and 400 hurdles.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Wildcats Roll to 6th Win Beating Potsdam, Salmon

Gouverneur’s Ciara Spicer leads runners from Potsdam and Salmon River to the finish line to win her heat. The Wildcats defeated the Sandstoners in the closest score of the meet 155-135. The Wildcats also downed Salmon River 197-72. Potsdam captured second place in the double duals, defeating Salmon River 165-81.   Meet Gallery

Salmon River’s Ariel Lazore takes her first attempt in the shot put. Gouverneur’s Margo Simmons captured the 3000 meter and 400 meter hurdles, while Danielle McCormick won the discus. Potsdam’s Maddie Dreshel won the 100 and 200 meter races. Gouverneur went on sweep Salmon River 197-72 and Potsdam 155-135, while Potsdam beat the Shamrocks 165-81.  (Cody Jenne photo)