Malone Takes 5 of 6 Top Spots To Win Canton Invitational

2017 Boys Section X
League Cross Country Standings

 
Malone
Norwood-Norfolk
Salmon River
Ogdensburg
Potsdam
Tupper Lake
Brushton-Moira
Canton
Gouverneur
 W-L   Pct.    GB
 2-0-0   1.000   -
 2-0-0   1.000   -
 2-0-0   1.000   -
 1-1-0     .500   1
 1-1-0     .500   1
 1-1-0     .500   1
 0-2-0     .000   2
 0-2-0     .000   2
 0-2-0     .000   2

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

 

Meets of 2017 Regular Season

  NCSN Boys Cross Country Scoreboard

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


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.  Details of the meet will be posted shortly.

 


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 gouverneur & 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.

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.