Malone Unbeaten in Regular Season; M-W, Gouverneur, Canton Win

   Three hurdlers each from Madrid-Waddington and Canton are nearly stride-for-stride across the first hurdle in the 100-meter event at Canton. The meet marked the first time that the Canton Bears hosted a spring track-and-field event on their own turf in 19 years. Canton beat the Jackets 164-153.  (Jason Aubrey photo)  Meet Gallery

2015 SECTION X SPRING TRACK
Final NCSN Girls Team
Standings

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

  7-3-0     3
  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 1-3: April 22-May 16, 2015

THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2015

Malone 206, Massena 108
Malone 222½, Clifton-Fine 27½
Massena 206, Clifton-Fine 34
Madrid-Waddington 156, Ogdensburg 152
Madrid-Waddington 154, Tupper Lake 103
Ogdensburg 172, Tupper Lake 110

Gouverneur 176, Potsdam 118
Gouverneur 205½, Salmon River 76½
Potsdam 164, Salmon River 90

Canton 160, Norwood-Norfolk 148

 

TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2015

Ogdensburg 161, Potsdam 134
Norwood-Norfolk 195, Massena 117
Gouverneur 159½, Madrid-Waddington 150½
Gouverneur 215, Clifton-Fine 27
Madrid-Waddington 200, Clifton-Fine 33

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2015

Canton 164, Madrid-Waddington 153

 

TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2015

Malone 200, Potsdam 116
Gouverneur 185, Ogdensburg 127

 

SATURDAY, MAY 16, 2015

Ogdensburg Van Dusen Invitational
Indian River 100
Canton 88
Madrid-Waddington 78
Tupper Lake 74
Norwood-Norfolk 67½
Saranac 66
Malone 58
Gouverneur 54
Lowville 37
Potsdam 25½
Ogdensburg 25
Massena 11
Salmon River 10
Clifton-Fine 3
Northeastern Clinton 1

Individual Event Winners
100 meters: Jones (Indian River) 12.4
200 meters: Torres (Indian River) 26.6
400 meters: Klossner (Tupper Lake) 1:02.3
800 meters: Haley (Saranac Central) 2:31.4
1500 meters: Pomainville (Malone) 4:50.3
3000 meters: Saucier (Norwood-Norfolk) 10:26.2
100 hurdles: DeArmayero (Salmon River) 17.0
400 hurdles: Bonk (Indian River) 1:08.7
2000 steeplechase: Bartlett (Canton) 7:54.9
High jump: M. Rosser (Canton) 4'10"
Long jump: Torres (Indian River) 15'5"
Triple jump: Rosser (Canton) 34'10"
Shot put: Zurek (Tupper Lake) 35'4"
Discus: Zurek (Tupper Lake) 107'0"
Pentathlon: Schanck (Malone) 2640
400 meter relay: Indian River 52.2
1600 meter relay: Madrid-Waddington 4:22
3200 meter relay: Canton 10:32.3

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2015

Norwood-Norfolk 176, Potsdam 118
Norwood-Norfolk 212, Clifton-Fine 36
Potsdam 103, Clifton-Fine 45

Malone 208, Salmon River 72
Malone 184½, Ogdensburg 125½

Ogdensburg 186, Salmon River 87
Canton 154, Gouverneur 152
Canton 170, Tupper Lake 84
Gouverneur 182, Tupper Lake 66
Madrid-Waddington 178, Massena 126

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2015

Madrid-Waddington 163½, Norwood-Norfolk 153½
Madrid-Waddington 208, Salmon River 79
Norwood-Norfolk 222, Salmon River 71
Malone 187, Gouverneur 131

 

TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2015

Canton 160, Ogdensburg 138
Canton 191, Clifton-Fine 43
Ogdensburg 213, Clifton-Fine 44
Potsdam 151, Massena 136
Potsdam 132, Tupper Lake 79
Massena 153, Tupper Lake 109

 

MONDAY, MAY 4, 2015

Norwood-Norfolk 177½, Gouverneur 140½

 

FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2015

Madrid-Waddington 146, Potsdam 132

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2015

Malone 164½, Canton 140½
Ogdensburg 176, Massena 130

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2015

Malone 166, Madrid-Waddington 136
Norwood-Norfolk 174, Ogdensburg 143
Canton 153½, Potsdam 120½
Tupper Lake 126, Clifton-Fine 38
Tupper Lake 122, Salmon River 106
Salmon River 144, Clifton-Fine 41

 

MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2015

Gouverneur 193, Massena 116

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2014

Canton 158, Massena 125
Canton 163, Salmon River 81
Massena 172, Salmon River 84
Malone 162½, Norwood-Norfolk 156½
Malone 198½, Tupper Lake 78½
Norwood-Norfolk 188, Tupper Lake 89

Flyers Sweep Eagles and sandstoners in tri meet


Norwood-Norfolk’s Maddie Sequin leaps over a set of hurdles in the 110-Meter Hurdles that was won by Sequin with a time of 17.70 seconds. The Flyers swept the tri meet defeating the Sandstoners 176-118 and the Clifton-Fine Eagles 212-36. Potsdam claimed second place over Clifton-Fine 142-39. (Brock Simons photo) Meet Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk's Michelle Harris participates in the long jump droning Wednesday night's tri-meet against Potsdam and Clifton-Fine. (Brock Simons photo) Meet Gallery

MALONE EDGES N-N FLYERS; BOTH SWEEP TUPPER LAKE

  Malone and Norwood-Norfolk runners sprint the 100-meter race. Malone beat Norwood-Norfolk 162½-156½ and Tupper Lake 198½-78½. Norwood-Norfolk cruised past Tupper Lake 188-89.  (Jason Aubrey photo) Meet Gallery    A Tupper Lake long jumper lands in the pit at Franklin Academy in Malone.

CANTON RACES TO WINS OVER MASSENA, SALMON IN OPENER


Relay runners from Canton and Salmon River hand off batons during the girls 4x100 race at Massena in the opening meet of the season. Canton defeated Salmon-River 163-81 and Massena 158-125. Massena bat Salmon-River 172-84. (Brock Simons photo) Meet Gallery

Runners from Massena and Salmon-River compete in the 1500- meter run.

Canton outlasts potsdam to win MEET 153½-120½

   Potsdam and Canton runners approach the first hurtle in the first heat on the 100m hurtles. The Canton Bears would outperform the Potsdam Sandstoners 153½-120½.  (Jason Aubrey photo) Meet Gallery Potsdam and Canton Runners hand off the baton to run the last 100 meters in the 400-meter relay.  Hannah Drechsel, Lauren Lucht, Rachael Vaccaro and Jillian Todd took first in the 400 relay. Marissa McIntosh won the discus for the Sandstoners. Canton remained undefeated (3-0), while spoiling Potsdam’s season opener in the 153½-120½ victory. Canton’s Maria Ricalton was the meet’s only three-event winner, capturing first place in the 400, 800 and 1,500 runs. The Bears’ Morgan Rosser claimed first-place finishes in the long jump and triple jump. Potsdam was led by Maddie Drechsel who won the 100 and 200-meter races.

Gouverneur tops massena in first meet 193-116


Massena's Jacklyn Lamica and a Gouverneur hurdler leap over the third set of hurdles side-by-side in the 110-meter race, which Lamica went on to win.  However, Wildcats took a 193-116 victory from the Red Raiders to start the 2015 season. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Runner from Massena and Gouverneur sprint off the start line to begin the 400-meter relay.

wildcats down shamrocks & sandstoners in tri-meet


Three Gouverneur runners lead the pack against Salmon River and Potsdam around the third turn of the 800-meter run. The event was won by Potsdam's Hannah Holt with a time of 2:44. The Wildcats closed out the 2015 regular season with a sweep of the Sandstoners (176-118) and Shamrocks (205½-76½). Potsdam took second place beating the Shamrocks 164-90. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Salmon River's Tatyanna Figurea firess her second attempt in the shot put.  The event was won by Gouverneur's Alisha Way with a top throwing distance of 81.90".

CANTON CHRISTENS NEW TRACK WITH 164-153 VICTORY

   Three hurdlers each from Madrid-Waddington and Canton are nearly stride-for-stride across the first hurdle in the 100-meter event at Canton. The meet marked the first time that the Canton Bears hosted a spring track-and-field event on their own turf in 19 years. Canton beat the Jackets 164-153.  (Jason Aubrey photo)  Meet Gallery    Canton and Madrid-Waddington runners try to break ahead of the pack in the 100-meter dash.  Canton’s Megan Rosser won the discus, high jump, triple jump and long jump, while teammate Emma Collins captured the 100 meters and ran on the winning 400 relay. For the Yellow Jackets, Cassidy Scott bested the 1500 and 3000 runs, while a part of the winning 1600 relay. Gabby Scott won the 400 and also was part of the the winning 1600 relay.

WIldcats pounce on Blue devils for 186-127 win


An Ogdensburg sprinter leads two Gouvenreur athletes into the final twenty-five meters of the 100-Meter Dash that was won by the Blue Devils. The Wildcats proved too much for Ogdensburg to overcome as Gouverneur picked up the 185-127 victory over the Blue Devils. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

A Gouverneur thrower takes her final attempt in the discus event.

INDIAN RIVER, CANTON, m-W EARN TOP 3 AT VAN DUSEN


Malone’s Emily Pomainville leads the pack in the girls’ 1500 run. Pomainville went on to win the event with a time of 4:50.3. However, Indian River topped the 15-team field 100 points, while Canton finished second and Madrid-Waddington third.  As a school, Indian River also won the boys-girls combined scoring title.  (Clay Allen photo)  Meet Gallery

Salmon River’s Caroline Russell and Ogdensburg’s Breanna Hacia battle for first place in the second heat of the girls 100-meter hurdles.  Salmon River's DeArmayero won the event in a meet-best run of 17 seconds even.

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kassidy Plante times her throw in the girls discus competition, won by Zurek of Tupper Lake.

Malone sweeps shamrocks and blue devils in tri meet


Runners from Salmon River, Ogdensburg and Malone dash off the starting line in the second heat of the 100-Meter Dash that was won by Hayley Lewis of Malone with a time of 13.40 seconds. The Huskies swept the tri meet defeating both the Blue Devils 184.5-125.5 and the Shamrocks 208-72. Ogdensburg captured second place over Salmon River 186-87. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Ogdensburg's Alexis Foster takes her second attempt in the discus throw that was won by Malone's Hannah Perry

M-W JACKETS SWEEP FLYERS, SHAMROCKS TO MOVE TO 3RD


 A hurdler from Norwood-Norfolk leads competitors from Madrid-Waddington and Salmon River going into the third turn of the 400-hurdle race that was won by the Flyers.  Madrid-Waddington improved to 3-1 with a sweep of the Flyers 163½ to 153½ and Salmon River 222-71, and into 3rd place in the standings.  (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Madrid-Waddington athlete takes her first attempt in the shot put event and goes on to win the event. 

Flyers pull away from wildcats for 177½-140½ win


  Runners from Gouverneur and Norwood-Norfolk dash off the starting line to begin the 1500-meter run that was won by the Flyers' Kaycie Saucier.  Norwood-Norfolk picked up key victories in the running events to give them the edge in the 177½- 140½ victory over the Wildcats.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Jessica James clears the high jump at a height of four feet and four inches. The event resulted in a three way tie between James, Madi Sequin and Lily Parameter, all from Norwood-Norfolk.