Third Place N-N Flyers Place Three Runners in Top 11 at States

2014 Boys Section X
Cross Country Team Standings

Salmon River
Tupper Lake
 W-L   Pct.    GB
 8-0-0   1.000   -
 7-1-0     .875   1
 6-2-0     .750   2
 4-4-0     .500   4
 4-4-0     .500   4
 2-6-0     .250   6
 2-6-0     .250   6
 2-6-0     .250   6
 1-7-0     .125   7

Potsdam’s Chaz Agen leads runners from Dover and Gowanda into the finish of the Class C race about middle of the pack. In Class D, Norwood-Norfolk’s Kyle Fulk placed 6th in the race while teammates Adam Saucier and Connor Fulk placed 8th and 11th. The Flyers as a team placed 3rd out of 11 teams that competed in the race. (Cody Jenne photo)  Class B Gallery, Class C Gallery, Class D Gallery, Awards Gallery


New York State Championships - November 8, 2014

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N.Y. State Championship Meet at SUNY Canton
Class D - Norwood-Norfolk finished 3rd of 10
Kyle Fulk 6th, Adam Saucier 8th, Connor Fulk 11th
Class C - Gouverneur 11th of 11 teams
Class B - Malone 8th of 11 teams
Complete 2014 NYS Boys Championship Results

Potsdam’s Chaz Agen leads runners from Dover and Gowanda in the middle of the pack of the Class C race.

FLYERS 3RD; fulk, fulk and saucier place IN top 11

Norwood-Norfolk’s Connor Fulk and Adam Saucier go three wide with a runner from Tully as the approached the two-mile marker.  Fulk finished 11th and Saucier 8th amongst the entire field of runners in New York State Class D.  The meet was hosted by Section X at the newly-built cross country trail at SUNY Canton.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Class B Gallery, Class C Gallery, Class D Gallery, Awards Gallery


Sectional Championships - October 28, 2014

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Sectional Championship at SUNY Canton
Class B
Malone 15
Class C
Gouverneur 33
Ogdensburg 50
Salmon River 76
Canton 92
Potsdam 106
Class D
Norwood-Norfolk 19
Brushton-Moira 51
Tupper Lake 59
Complete 2014 Boys Championship Results

Huskies, wildcats, flyers Earn Sectional Titles

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kyle Fulk and Malone’s Mitchell Marlow lead the pack of Section X runners into the forest portion of the run at SUNY Canton at the beginning of the 2014 sectional meet. The Malone Huskies captured the Class B Championship while the Norwood-Norfolk Flyers won the Class D Championship. The Gouverneur Wildcats secured the Class C Championship in the meet.  Norwood-Norfolk’s Kyle Fulk won the meet overall with a time of 16:51, Malone’s Mitchell Marlow placed second (16:15) and Norwood-Norfolk’s Adam Saucier (16:59) took third.  Potsdam’s Chaz Agen and Norwood-Norfolk’s Connor Fulk battled side by side for fourth place coming into the finish. Fulk would edge out Agen with a time of 17:25 and Chaz 17:26 in fifth.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery


Meets of September 30, 2014 - October 25, 2014

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Interdivisional Meet at Norwood-Norfolk
Malone 32
Norwood-Norfolk 39
Gouverneur 94
Ogdensburg 143
Salmon River 155
Tupper Lake 171
Potsdam 171
Canton 188
Brushton-Moira 198



Malone 15, Gouverneur 50
Malone 15, Canton 50
Gouverneur 17, Canton 43
Norwood-Norfolk 17, Ogdensburg 39
Norwood-Norfolk 15, Salmon River 42
Ogdensburg 23, Salmon River 32
Potsdam 15, Brushton-Moira 40
Potsdam 25, Tupper Lake 30
Brushton-Moira 26, Tupper Lake 29



Beaver River Invitational
Beaver River 41
Adirondack 42
Norwood-Norfolk 103
Phoenix 110
Indian River 131
Sandy Creek 187
Watertown 194
Ogdensburg 195
Potsdam 204
Canton incomplete
Individual Results
1st - Kyle Fulk, NN
3rd - Adam Saucier, NN
4th - Chaz Agen, Potsdam
(Beaver River runners finished 6th through 9th)
Burnt Hills Invitational
Malone with 28 points finished first in Division II, beating the rest of the field by 78 points.  Malone junior Mitch Marlow won the race by 4.2 seconds.  Malone's Will Bronner was 5th, Curtis Landry 9th, Dylan Lavoie 12th and Ryan Tober 13th.



Norwood-Norfolk Invitational (Leagues)
Malone 31
Norwood-Norfolk 38
Gouverneur 112
Tupper Lake 130
Ogdensburg 144
Potsdam 168
Salmon River 178
Canton 183
Brushton-Moira 198



Ogdensburg 20, Canton 36
Ogdensburg 22, Potsdam 37
Canton 27, Potsdam 30
Gouverneur 23, Salmon River 32
Gouverneur 16, Brushton-Moira 42
Salmon River 17, Brushton-Moira 43
Malone 28, Norwood-Norfolk 30
Malone 15, Tupper Lake 50
Norwood-Norfolk 16, Tupper Lake 42

Malone defeats N-N, Tupper Lake in close battle 28-30

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kyle Fulk and Malone’s Mitch Marlow lead the pack of runners around the bend and into the back trails at William Stone Trail at Norfolk. Fulk placed first (16:42), followed by Marlow in second (16:48). Norwood-Norfolk’s Connor Fulk (16:56), Adam Saucier (17:05) and Malone’s Curtis Landry (17:42) rounded out the top five. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Tupper Lake’s DJ Shaheen turns the second bend to head into the trails in Norwood-Norfolk. Malone defeated the Flyers 28-30 and Tupper Lake 15-50. Norwood-Norfolk beat out Tupper Lake 16-42. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

malone wins; Fulk, Marlow qualify for federation

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kyle Fulk and Malone’s Mitchell Marlow placed first (16:22) and second (16:24) in the Interdivisional meet held at Norwood-Norfolk. Fulk and Marlow both qualified for the federation meet that will be held Saturday, November 15th at Bowdin Park in Wappinger Falls, NY. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Connor Fulk, Potsdam’s Chaz Agen, and Malone’s Curtis Landry emerge from the wooded trails side by side as they head into the second half of the Norwood-Norfolk course. Malone (32) won the interdivisional, the Flyers (39) were second.  Gouverneur, O.F.A. and Salmon River rounded out the top five.  (Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Marlow leads huskies' TOP 10 win over bears, Wildcats

Canton’s Tim Allen leads Malone’s Dalton Velasquez and Gouverneur’s Devin Ashton around the first bend in the Gouverneur Country Club course. Malone’s Mitchell Marlow won the race at 18:13, followed by teammates Will Bronner (18:38), Curtis Landry (18:46), Joe Tracy (19:30) and Brandon LaVoie (19:43), all top five.  Malone took the top ten positions at the meet.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Malone’s Mitchell Marlow dashes up a hill going into the final bend of the course. Malone took all of the top-ten positions to win the meet over Gouverneur and Canton 15-50. Gouverneur took second place defeating Canton 17-43.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

fulk, marlow and saucIer top 3 in LEAGUES MEET AT N-N

Runners from Brushton-Moira, Gouverneur, Norwood-Norfolk and Potsdam dash along the tree line at Norwood-Norfolk’s section-wide invitational. The Flyers' Kyle Fulk won the meet with a time of 16:25, followed by Malone’s Mitchell Marlow (16:28), Norwood-Norfolk’s Adam Saucier (17:02) and Connor Fulk (17:05) and Huskies Will Bonner (17:08). (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Devan Grant leads Canton’s Tim Allen across the railroad tracks and into the home stretch of the Flyers course. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery


Meets of September 22-27, 2014

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Salmon River Invitational
Norwood-Norfolk 26
Salmon River 42
Saranac Lake 55
Brushton-Moira incomplete
Tupper Lake incomplete



Norwood-Norfolk 18, Gouverneur 39
Norwood-Norfolk 18, Potsdam 43
Gouverneur 22, Potsdam 37

Malone 15, Ogdensburg 50
Malone 15, Brushton-Moira 50
Ogdensburg 18, Brushton-Moira 43
Salmon River 21, Canton 37
Salmon River 24, Tupper Lake 31
Tupper Lake 24, Canton 34

n-N FLYERS sweep meet over gouvERNEUR & potsdam

Potsdam’s Chaz Agen leads a pack of four Norwood-Norfolk runners being led by Connor Fulk come around the first loop in the tri-meet held at Gouverneur. Fulk won the meet with a time of 17:56 while being closely followed by teammate Adam Saucier with a time of 18:02. Rounding out the top 5 were Chaz Agen (18:12) and the Flyers Kyle Fulk (19:12) and Devon Grant (20:06). (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Gouverneur’s Fred Nentwick leads Norwood-Norfolk’s Peter Jarvis and teammate Daniel Sweet around the second bend of the course.  The Flyers stayed unbeaten (4-0).

malone wins meet against o.f.a. and brushton-moira

Malone’s Mitch Marlow leads a pack of Huskies out of the woods during their meet with Ogdensburg and Brushton-Moira. Malone dominated the meet by finishing with the nine top runners. Will Bronner won the meet. The Huskies beat the Blue Devils and Panthers 15-50, while OFA topped Brushton-Moira 18-43. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Meet Gallery

Malone’s Dylan Lavoie sprints down the final stretch towards the finish line to finish in fourth place.




Meets of September 9-20, 2014

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NYS Preliminary Meet at SUNY Canton
Division II - Malone won first place (95 runners)
4th - Mitch Marlow, Malone
6th - Chaz Agen, Potsdam
8th - Will Bonner, Malone
9th - Curtis Landry, Malone
19th - Ryan Tober
Division III - Norwood-Norfolk finished 7th (93 runners)
16th - Kyle Fulk, Norwood-Norfolk
21st - Adam Saucier, Norwood-Norfolk
Complete Boys Varsity & JV Results By Division



Malone 19, Potsdam 44
Malone 15, Salmon River 50
Salmon River 25, Potsdam 30
Gouverneur 23, Tupper Lake 32
Gouverneur 20, Ogdensburg 35
Tupper Lake 21, Ogdensburg 34
Norwood-Norfolk 15, Brushton-Moira 47
Norwood-Norfolk 16, Canton 47
Canton 27, Brushton-Moira 28

Wildcats sweep blue devils and lumberjacks in opener

 In his senior meet, Tupper Lake’s DJ Shaheen captured the victory in the season opening meet. Ogdensburg’s Joe Grizzuto placed a close second. Gouverneur’s Mark Dunkelberg, Fred Nentwick and Daniel Sweet rounded out the top 5. The Wildcats swept the meet with wins over both the Lumberjacks 23-32 and the Blue Devils 30-35.  Tupper Lake beat Ogdensburg 21-34.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Tupper Lake’s DJ Shaheen takes his final strides as he places first in his senior meet in Tupper Lake  (Jenne photo)

malone finIShes first at pre-state invitational

Norwood-Norfolk runners lead a group during the Section X Pre-State Invitational held at SUNY Canton. The Flyers finished 7th out of 12 teams in Division III. Kyle Fulk finished 16th overall. Malone took first place overall in Division II. The Huskies were led by Mitch Marlow who placed fourth overall. Potsdam’s Chaz Agen finished 6th overall. (Gearsbeck photo) Meet Gallery

Malone’s Mitch Marlow finished fourth overall among Division II runners and helped the Huskies to a first place finish.