Malone (B), Canton (C) Norwood-Norfolk (D) Win Section X Titles

2017 Boys Section X
Final Cross Country Standings

 
x-Malone
Norwood-Norfolk
Salmon River
Tupper Lake
Canton
Potsdam
Ogdensburg
Gouverneur
Brushton-Moira
 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
 3-5-0     .375   5
 2-6-0     .250   6
 1-6-1     .188   6½
 0-7-1     .063   7½

Runners from all nine Section X teams burst off the starting line to begin the Section X Championship meet on the Brushton-Moira course. The Malone Huskies won the Class B Championship with 15 points. The Canton Golden Bears won the Class C Championship earning 34 points, while the Norwood-Norfolk Flyers won the Class D Championship recording 16 points in the meet.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Championship Gallery

 

Meets of 2017 Season & Section X Championships

  NCSN Boys Cross Country Scoreboard

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2017

Section X Class B Championship
Malone 15
Section X Class C Championship
Canton 34
Gouverneur 44
Salmon River 69
Ogdensburg 94
Potsdam 98
Section X Class D Championship
Norwood-Norfolk 16
Tupper Lake 52
Brushton-Moira 66
Top 5 Individual Finishes
Nate McNally (OFA) 16:59
Tyler Shorette (Malone) 17:33
Dylan Perry (Malone) 17:43
Sam Dumas (Malone) 18:08
Keegan Reyome (Malone) 18:11
Complete Results posted shortly

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2017

Section X Interdivisional Meet at Canton HS
Malone 22
Norwood-Norfolk 75
Gouverneur 104
Brushton-Moira incomplete
Canton incomplete
Ogdensburg incomplete
Potsdam incomplete
Salmon River incomplete
Tupper Lake incomplete

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2017

Malone 16, Salmon River 43
Malone 15, Brushton-Moira incomplete
Salmon River 15, Brushton-Moira inc.
Potsdam 26, Ogdensburg 29
Potsdam 25, Tupper Lake 31
Tupper Lake 24, Ogdensburg 31
Norwood-Norfolk 25, Canton 34
Norwood-Norfolk 15, Gouverneur incomplete
Canton 15, Gouverneur incomplete

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2017

Burnt Hills Invitational - Division II
Malone finished 4th, Canton 18th of 25 teams

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2017

Brushton-Moira Invitational
Malone 25
Norwood-Norfolk 63
Gouverneur 105
Salmon River 114
Ogdensburg 126
Potsdam 130
Tupper Lake 140
Brushton-Moira incomplete
Canton incomplete

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2017

Beaver River Invitational
Beaver River 15
Norwood-Norfolk 103
Chittenango 107
Canton 116
Watertown 131
South Jefferson 135
Salmon River 175
Indian River 180
Potsdam 214

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2017

Malone 15, Norwood-Norfolk 46
Malone 15, Tupper Lake 50
Norwood-Norfolk 18, Tupper Lake 42
Canton 24, Ogdensburg 31
Canton 15, Brushton-Moira incomplete
Ogdensburg 15, Brushton-Moira incomplete
Salmon River 27, Gouverneur 30
Salmon River 23, Potsdam 38
Gouverneur 21, Potsdam 34

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2017

Norwood-Norfolk 17, Salmon River 46
Norwood-Norfolk 20, Ogdensburg 43
Salmon River 21, Ogdensburg 40

Tupper Lake 15, Gouverneur incomplete
Tupper Lake 15, Brushton-Moira incomplete
Gouverneur inc., Brushton-Moira inc.

 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2017

Malone 15, Canton 46
Malone 15, Potsdam 50
Canton 26, Potsdam 31

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

Section X Invitational at Canton HS
Malone 19
Norwood-Norfolk 61
Canton 80
Tupper Lake 115
Ogdensburg 134
Brushton-Moira incomplete
Gouverneur incomplete
Potsdam incomplete
Salmon River incomplete

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2017

Wayne Eagles Invitational
Division I - Potsdam finished 29th of 30 teams
Division II - Malone 18th of 29 teams

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2017

Malone 15, Ogdensburg 50
Malone 15, Gouverneur incomplete
Ogdensburg 15, Gouverneur incomplete
Norwood-Norfolk 20, Potsdam 44
Norwood-Norfolk 15, Brushton-Moira incomplete
Potsdam 15, Brushton-Moira incomplete

 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017

Salmon River 20, Tupper Lake 39
Salmon River 15, Canton incomplete
Tupper Lake 15, Canton incomplete

Salmon river sweeps past canton and Tupper lake


A competitor from Ogdensburg makes a big final dash toward the finish line to have a strong finish on the Blue Devils course in the tri meet. The Golden Bears swept the meet capturing victories over both Ogdensburg (24-31) and Brushton-Moira (15-50). Ogdensburg picked up second place in the meet over Brushton-Moira 15-50. (Jeff Brashich photo) Meet Gallery  

A Canton runner completes races to the finish line.  OFA’s Nate McNally finished first with a winning time of 20:05. Brushton-Moira runner Chris Woodrow (from St. Regis Falls) placed second. Timmy Allen and Jaden Caldwell finished third and fourth respectively to lead Canton.

Salmon river sweeps past canton and Tupper lake


Competitors from Tupper Lake, Salmon River and Canton dash off the starting line to begin the first race of the 2017 Cross Country season at Canton High School. The Shamrocks swept the meet defeating the Golden Bears 15-50 and the Lumberjacks 20-39.  Tupper Lake took second place at the meet.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery 

A Runner from Canton sprints toward the finish line to place first in the season opening tri meet. 

norwood-norfolk SWEEPS potsdam and b-m IN OPENER


Runners from Norwood-Norfolk, Brushton-Moira and Potsdam boys varsity cross-country teams take off at the starting line to begin the season-opening meet at Norwood-Norfolk. The Flyers swept the meet, earning victories over both Potsdam and Brushton-Moira.  (Jeff Brashich photo)  Meet Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk beat Potsdam 20-44.  Brushton-Moira raced incomplete against both teams.  Brushton's Chris Goodnow clocked the best time at 20:08, followed by four Flyers - Levi Sochia at 20:43, Clayton Reed at 21:43, Mike Richards at 22:22 and Owen Haas at 22:27 - to round out the top five.  Potsdam's top runner Mike Amell finished eighth at 23:15, while Hayden Trejos finished ninth at 23:26 among 24 runners.

Malone, Canton, Norwood-Norfolk win sectionals


Runners from all nine Section X teams burst off the starting line to begin the Section X Championship meet on the Brushton-Moira course. The Malone Huskies won the Class B Championship with 15 points. The Canton Golden Bears won the Class C Championship earning 34 points, while the Norwood-Norfolk Flyers won the Class D Championship recording 16 points in the meet.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Championship Gallery 

Ogdensburg's Nate McNally topped the individual results with a time of 16:53.  Malone's Tyler Shorette, Dan Perry, Sam Dumas, Keegan Reyome rounded out the top five finishers.

norwood-norfolk sweeps canton and gouverneur 


A runner from Canton leads runners from Norwood-Norfolk and Gouverneur through the end of the first lap of the Canton cross country course. The Flyers captured the sweep in the meet, beating Canton 25-34 and Gouverneur 15-50. Canton took second place over the Wildcats with a 15-50 score.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Canton’s Tim Allen dashes toward the finish line to capture the individual victory over the field, recording a time of 18:40 in the tri-meet with Norwood-Norfolk and Gouverneur. Allen was followed closely by teammate James Caldwell, who finished with a time of 18:42.  Gouverneur’s James McCollum and Cole Siebels and Norwood-Norfolk’s Clayton Reed rounded out the top five in the final tri-meet of the season.

MALONE HUSKIES WIN b-m RUN;
O.F.A.'S Mcnally top runner


Runners from Brushton-Moira, Ogdensburg and Malone battle side-by-side, making their final dash toward the finish line during the section-wide invitational at Brushton-Moira. The Malone Huskies picked up the team victory with scoring 25 points. Norwood-Norfolk claimed second place with 63 points. Gouverneur (105), Salmon River (114) and O.F.A.(126) rounded out the top five teams.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery  Complete B-M Boys Invitational Results

Ogdensburg’s Nathan McNally makes his final sprint toward the finish line as the individual meet winner, recording a time of 17:56.  Malone’s Sam Dumas placed second posting a time of 18:23.  Dylan Perry and Keegan Reyome, both from Malone and Chris Goodrow of St. Regis Falls, running for Brushton-Moira, rounded out the top five finishers.

norwood-norfolk sweeps ogdensburg, salmon river


Competitors from Norwood-Norfolk, Salmon River and Ogdensburg burst off the starting line to begin the tri meet on the Flyers' course. Norwood-Norfolk swept the meet defeating both Ogdensburg 20-43 and Salmon River 17-46. The Shamrocks defeated the Blue Devils 21-40 for second place. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Ogdensburg’s Nathan McNally makes his final push toward the finish line winning the meet and posting a time of 19:39.  N-N's Levi Sochia posted the second-best time at 20:33, just ahead of teammate Clayton Reed at 20;34.  N-N's Tom Hopsicker crossed the finish line at 21:03, followed by Salmon River's Andrew Chubb at 21:36.

MALONE RUNS AWAY WITH 1ST PLACE AT CANTON INVITE


Among 79 boys, Malone's Tyler Shorette led virtually from start to finish, posting a winning time of 17:27 at the Canton Invitational. All nine Northern Athletic Conference teams participated. Malone took four of the top five individual positions to finish first place as a team with just 19 points, followed by Norwood-Norfolk at 61, Canton 80, Tupper Lake 115 and Ogdensburg 134 to round out the top five teams.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Meet Gallery

Not far behind was Ogdensburg's Nate McNally who finished second at 17:56. The Huskies' Sam Dumas took third place at 18:28, followed by Malone's Dylan Perry at 18:30 and Keegan Reyome 18:33.

malone sweeps WILDCATS & ogdensburg in 15-50 wins


Runners from Malone, Ogdensburg and Gouverneur burst off the starting line to begin their season-opening meet at the Franklin Academy course. The Huskies swept both the Blue Devils and the Wildcats capturing the 15-50 victory in both finals.  Ogdensburg defeated the Gouverneur 15-50 as well.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

Malone’s Tyler Schuret surges toward the finish line to take first place with a time of 18:22 in the season-opening meet.  Malone also claimed the next six spots with Sam Dumas at 19:29, Keegan Reyome at 19:46, Brandon Bombard 19:53, Tyler Fleury 20:33, Isaac McPherson 20:43 and Dylan Perry 20:54.  Gouverneur's James McCullum placed 8th at 21:37.  OFA's best was Chayton Massic in 10th at 22:20 among 30 runners.