Malone Wins 2017 Sectional Title; Tupper Lake 2nd, Canton 3rd

The relay team from Tupper Lake leads athletes from Gouverneur and Potsdam on the first handoff in the 4x400 meter relay that was won by the Lady Jacks.  The Malone Huskies took home the Section X Championship with 102 points, followed by Tupper Lake in second with 82 points, Canton 81, Potsdam 74 and Norwood-Norfolk 47, rounding out the top five.  (Cody Jenne photo) Championship Gallery

2017 SECTION X SPRING TRACK
Final NCSN Girls Team
Standings

 
x-Potsdam
Malone
Canton
Norwood-Norfolk
Gouverneur
Ogdensburg
Massena
Tupper Lake
Madrid-Waddington
Salmon River
Clifton-Fine
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

  2-8-0      8
  2-8-0      8
  2-8-0      8
0-10-0    10
 

Section X Spring Track Championship

 NCSN Girls Track & Field Scoreboard

FRI.-SAT., JUNE 1-2, 2017

Section X Championships at Madrid-Waddington
Malone 102 
Tupper Lake 82 
Canton 81 
Potsdam 74 
Norwood-Norfolk 47 
Madrid-Waddington 45 
Gouverneur 38 
Ogdensburg 32 
Massena 25 
Salmon River 1
Complete 2017 Sectional Final Results


The relay team from Tupper Lake leads athletes from Gouverneur and Potsdam on the first handoff in the 4x400 meter relay that was won by the Lady Jacks.   The Malone Huskies took home the Section X Championship with 102 points, followed by Tupper Lake in second with 82 points, Canton 81, Potsdam 74 and Norwood-Norfolk 47, rounding out the top five. 

Malone captures 2017 title; Tupper 2nd, Canton 3rd


Ogdensburg’s Courtney Stowe lands in the pit in her first attempt in the triple jump. Triple Jump was won by Madrid-Waddington’s Megan McCall leaping a distance of 33 feet five inches.  On her home turf, Madrid-Waddington’s Meagan McCall was the only triple winner, capturing the 100 hurdles, long jump and triple jump. Stowe won the 100 and 200 dash events. Malone’s Emily Pomainville won the 1500 and the 800. Tupper Lake’s Tess Klossner topped the 400 hurdles, while Katie Zurik tossed the longest shot put and discus. Canton’s Emma Bentley-Hicks legged out the win in the 3000 meters. Gouverneur’s Elaina Porter sprinted to the win in the 400 dash. Norwood-Norfolk’s Sydney Levison won the steeplechase. Potsdam’s Grace Merchant captured the high jump. In the relays, Canton won the 3200, Malone won the 1600 and Potsdam won the 400.  (Cody Jenne photo) Championship Gallery