Brushton-Moira Canton Chateaugay Clifton-Fine Colton-Pierrepont Edwards-Knox Gouverneur Hammond Harrisville Hermon-DeKalb Heuvelton Lisbon Madrid-Waddington Malone Massena Morristown Norwood-Norfolk Ogdensburg Parishville-Hopkinton Potsdam St. Lawrence Central Salmon River St. Regis Falls Tupper Lake Section VII Teams Section III Teams Clarkson University North Country Community College St. Lawrence University SUNY Canton SUNY Plattsburgh SUNY Potsdam
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Sat.-Sun., November 14-15, 2020

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Boys Soccer: Heuvelton, Lisbon Win; M-W/Canton Tie OT
Girls Soccer: Hammond Finishes Unbeaten; E-K Wins

OTHER BOYS RESULTS - nOV. 14

HEUVELTON 4, HAMMOND 0 – Four different Bulldogs – Cole Rickett, Brandon Pray, Braedan Free and Matt Basford – each scored a goal in their final game of the COVID-condensed 2020 season. Evan Felt and Jordan Sawyer provided assists. Heuvelton outshot Hammond 24-6. Jed Crawford had six saves for Heuvelton (6-2-3), while Lukas McQueer turned away 20 shots for the Red Devils (0-9).

LISBON 2, EDWARDS-KNOX 0 – Lisbon scored a goal in each half, outlasting the Cougars in their final game of E-K’s season. Lisbon has a final encounter scheduled on Sunday, weather permitting. Griffin Walker opened the scoring on a feed from Chase Jacobs in the 28th minute of the first half. Miles Gendebien netted an insurance score from Gregory Wood at 27:17 into the second half. Teagan Jordan collected four saves for Lisbon (6-0-1). Andrew Franklin recorded six stops in net for the Cougars (3-4-1).

HAMMOND FINISHES UNBEATEN SEASON TOPPING LISBON 5-3


Hammond Central caps an undefeated season with a 5-3 win over Lisbon.  Senior Avery Kenyon added four more goals to her high school soccer resumé in leading the Red Devils (10-0).  (Lisa Freeman photo)

canton, madrid-waddington high-tempo 1-1 tie in 4 o.t.


Canton’s Christopher Shuckers (16) steps in front of a run by Madrid-Waddington’s Brody VanBuren (9).  A very entertaining, wide-open final game of the season in a crossover matchup between two of the league's winningest teams. The Jackets and Bears tied 1-1.  (Andrew Baker photo)

Friday, November 13, 2020

FLYERS WIN FINAL MEET TO FINISH UNBEATEN SEASON


Canton’s Nick Lyndaker (left) celebrates winning the 2020 final Sectional run, recording a time 17:36, followed by teammate Max Finlay in second place at 17:49. Potsdam’s Skye Crocker (18:02), along with Norwood-Norfolk’s Owen Haas (18:05) and Dominick Fiacco (18:10) rounded out the top five individual finishers. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery
 

NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Boys Soccer: Morristown Cruises Past Hammond 7-0
Girls Soccer: Hammond, Norwood-Norfolk Win Games
Boys XC: Norwood-Norfolk Edges Canton in Final Run
Girls XC: Dinneen, Flyers Set The Pace in Final Meet

dinneen, FLYERS FINISH 2020 WITH UNDEFEATED RECORDS


Runners from Canton, Potsdam, Norwood-Norfolk and Clifton-Fine fire off the starting line to begin the final conference meet of 2020 on the Norwood-Norfolk Cross Country Course. The Flyers captured the team victory earning 18 points, while the Canton Golden Bears placed in second recording 41 points. The Potsdam Sandstoners and the Clifton-Fine Eagles were both incomplete. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

LATE FIRST-HALF FLYERS'
BLITZ SINKS H-D DEMONS 5-2


Norwood-Norfolk forward Emma Wells (14) fires the ball past diving Hermon-DeKalb goalkeeper Emery McQuade to score the third goal of the first half giving the Flyers a 3-0 lead. The Green Demons attempted a comeback in the second half, but N-N held off Hermon-DeKalb to earn the 5-2 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Thursday, November 12, 2020

p-h panthers battle m-w yellowjackets to 1-1 tie


Madrid-Waddington forward Graham Hill (11) heads the ball past Parishville-Hopkinton defenders and Panther goalkeeper Caleb Knowles to tie the game up 1-1 midway through the second half.  The hard-fought game ended up a 1-1 tie, as the game was called with six minutes remaining due to darkness. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: H-D Wins OT; P-H/M-W & Heuv/Lisbon Tie
Girls Soccer: Hammond, P-H Win; Lisbon-Heuvelton Tie

CLARKSON RELEASEs NON-LEAGUE HOCKEY SCHEDULE

The Clarkson Men's Hockey Team will start it's 99th season of play with 9 non league games to finish 2020.  The Knights will start on the road at Colgate and Quinnipiac in November and then will open their home campaign on December 5th and 6th by hosting Mercyhurst.

The Route 11 Rivalry is still on as the Knights and Saints will do a home and home on Dec. 16th and 18th.  St. Lawrence, which has pivoted to online learning at least twice this semester, has not yet posted its scheduling plans.

In accordance with the State and University safety plan, no spectators will be allowed in Cheel and no visitors will be allowed in the building or on Campus.  Games will be broadcast on ESPN+.

JOJ GOAL IN SECOND O.T. POWERS DEMONS VS. DEVILS


Hammond keeper Lukas McQueer (green) was stellar in net, gathering all 18 shots, prior to the game-winner.  Keyvin Joj stroked an unassisted goal at 3:56 of the second overtime to deliver the Green Demons to sudden victory in West Division action.  (Lisa Freeman photos)

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: Larries, H-D Post Wins in Lone Games


 
SPORTS UPDATE:
Massena's boys/girls soccer and cross country seasons are over after two positive COVID-19 cases in the district.  The discovery required remote learning and cancellation of sports, with just one game or meet left in the season for all four Massena teams.  Boys soccer finished 2-6, girls soccer 6-2, boys and girls XC 0-3.  Massena soccer was due to play Potsdam on 11/12 in the final game.  Potsdam girls finished 7-3, while boys were 0-10.

FOSTER'S LATE GOAL CARRIES LARRIES OVER FLYERS 3-2


St. Lawrence Central's Hayden Perkins (white) attempts to speed dribble away from Norwood-Norfolk's Ace Jenkins.  Perkins opened the scoring in the ninth minute when he tallied from close range.  Connor Foster broke a 2-2 tie with the game-winning goal with 3:18 left, leading the Larries to a 3-2 win over the Flyers. (Bob LaRue photo)
 

SPORTS UPDATE: Colton-Pierrepont's final boys soccer game vs. Norwood-Norfolk on 11/12 was canceled related to COVID concerns.  The discovery effectively ends the season for both boys teams.  Colton-Pierrepont finishes 8-4-1, while Norwood-Norfolk ended at 3-5-1 in the East Division.

three-goal spurt lifts h-d demons past cougars 3-1


Edwards-Knox's Cooper MacKay (left) and Hermon-DeKalb's Garrytte Nichols scramble for the bouncing ball.  The Demons scored three goals in a span of four minutes early in the second half to beat the Cougars 3-1.  (Bob LaRue photo)

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

CANTON EDGES POTSDAM 2-1 TO SECURE FIRST IN CENTRAL


Potsdam's Kennedy Emerson (18) blasts a 20-yard shot past Canton fullback Maddie Hoy (12) for a shot on goal.  Emerson scored the Sandstoners' lone goal.  Canton nipped Potsdam 2-1 to finish their season at 9-2 atop the Central Division, in a COVID-shortened season.  (Bob LaRue photo)

POTSDAM COACH JOE STARK RETIRING AFTER 32 YEARS


Retiring Sandstoners' Coach Joe Stark was honored before coaching his final home game for 32 years on the bench.  In addition to coaching soccer, he has also been at the helm of boys hockey and more recently girls hockey, including championship teams.

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: Canton Wins Ctl.; H-D Wins OT; E-K Wins
Girls Soccer: Canton Claims Ctl.; Colts, P-H, Heuvy Win
Cross Country: Final Meet at Norwood-Norfolk Not Title

CROSS COUNTRY FINAL MEET; CHANGES IN DATE, LOCATION

The Northern Athletic Conference/Section X final cross country meet of the season has been moved from Malone to Norwood-Norfolk, with the date also changed from Saturday to Friday. The changes are the result of Malone and the rest of Franklin County schools forced to cancel their remaining sports seasons due to a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases.  The restructured meet will include only the five remaining XC teams: host Norwood-Norfolk, plus Canton, Clifton-Fine, Massena and Potsdam.  Section X Coordinator Carl Normandin said, with only half of the cross country teams remaining to compete, the meet will not be a championship, as originally planned, but a final chance for athletes to compete this fall.  Coaches are planning to conduct remote online selection for this year's All Northern and other awards.

Monday, November 9, 2020

pray's hat trick lifts bulldogs over rockets 7-1


Heuvelton forward Jordan Sawyer (5) leaps over the scrum to head the ball toward the Green Rockets' goal midway through the second half. The Bulldogs carried a 4-0 lead at the half and scored three additional goals to capture the 7-1 victory over Morristown.  Brandon Pray had a natural hat trick with three goals in the second half, pacing the Bulldogs.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN monday HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: Madrid-Waddington, Heuvelton Post Wins
Girls Soccer: Lisbon, Heuvelton Win; Cougars Tie Flyers

MORE SCHOOLS END SPORTS

More Section X schools have declared an early end to the fall sports season as their districts pivot to online classes.  On Monday evening, Franklin County schools were notified that all six schools -- Malone, Brushton-Moira, Chateaugay, St. Regis Falls, Salmon River and Tupper Lake -- would be going remote immediately after Veteran's Day on Wednesday and all remaining games would be canceled after November 11th.  However, any St. Lawrence County schools that are not in remote learning would allowed to play out the handful of remaining games on the fall schedule, which ends in six days (November 15).  Gouverneur, Harrisville and Ogdensburg schools have also bagged their remaining games, due to COVID issues.  Still undecided is the fate of Saturday's cross country championship, which was due to be hosted this year in Malone.  Section X Coordinator Carl Normandin said a decision will be made Tuesday on whether the meet will be relocated and the five remaining teams will still be given the chance to compete.  

strong second half LIFTS lisbon PAST HERMON-DEKALB


Lisbon forward Ana Murphy (7) blasts the ball past Hermon-DeKalb defenders Morgan Nolan (27) and Hannah Price (5) toward the Green Demons' goal midway through the first half.  The shot was blocked by the Hermon-DeKalb goalkeeper to keep the game scoreless.  The Golden Knights scored three goals in the second half to capture the 3-0 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Sat.-Sun., November 7-8, 2020

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: P-H Panthers Stay Unbeaten; O.F.A. Wins
Girls Soccer: P-H Rallies; Potsdam, Hamm., M'town Win
Boys XC: Flyers Outrun Potsdam; Malone, Canton Win
Girls XC: Canton Tops O.F.A.; Malone, N-N Flyers Win

2ND-HALF SURGE POWERS HAMMOND PAST FLYERS 6-0


Hammond's Hailee Manning (white) gets behind the Flyers' defense for a point-blank shot on Norwood-Norfolk goalie Shelby Vallance (blue).  Manning scored three times to lead the Red Devils in a 6-0 win.  (Lisa Freeman photo)

finlay leads canton charge in win over ogdensburg  


Competitors from Ogdensburg and Canton release from the starting line to begin their meet along the St. Lawrence Seaway course in Ogdensburg.  The Golden Bears won 15-50, as O.F.A. was one runner short of a complete team.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery
 

SPORTS UPDATE: Chateaugay's boys/girls soccer seasons are over after a positive COVID-19 case in the district.  The discovery required cancellation of sports for two weeks, with just one week left in the season.  Chateaugay boys finish 4-7, while the girls were 9-1-1 at the top of the East Division.

CANTON PUSHES 4-OF-5 TOP RUNNERS TO TOP BLUE DEVILS


A trio of runners from Canton and Ogdensburg swing past the entrance to the U.S.-Canada bridge midway through the meet. The Golden Bears captured the 20-35 victory over the Blue Devils.  The Bears’ Grace McDonough led the race, clocking in at 20:07.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery
  

SPORTS UPDATE: Ogdensburg's soccer and cross country seasons are over after a positive second COVID-19 case.  The discovery brought cancellation of in-school and sports past the November 15th cutoff.  Boys soccer finishes 7-3, Girls soccer 1-8, Boys XC  0-4-1 and Girls XC 3-2.

Friday, November 6, 2020

heuvelton and edwards-knox battle to 1-1 tie


Edwards-Knox's Maryann Durham (1) fires a shot past a Bulldogs' defender toward the Heuvelton goal, but it swings just wide right, keeping the score 1-0 Heuvelton, midway through the second half. The Cougars and the Bulldogs battled to a 1-1 final.  The game was called with 6:53 left, due to darkness. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Boys Soccer: Colts, P-H,, M-W Win; E-K Upsets Bulldogs
Girls Soccer: Larries, H-D Win; E-K Ties Heuvelton 1-1

BOYS SOCCER GAME RESULTS

COLTON-PIERREPONT 4, CHATEAUGAY 1 – The Colts jump-started their eighth win on a first-half goal by Ollie Johnson from Mike Schwartfigure in the 29th minute. The Bulldogs pulled even eight minutes later when Tyson Beaudin dented the twines, assisted by Lucas Monette. However, three C-P goals in a span of six minutes, 37 seconds early in the second half doomed the Bulldogs. Aiden Hoose assisted on goals from Cody Francis (44:33) and Johnson’s second of the game (45:30). Hoose scored the final goal from Logan Burns (51:30). Harlee Besio collected six saves.  Chateaugay's Owen Rockhill stopped 12 shots.

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 5, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 0 – Peyton Snell added another hat trick to his season-long scoring resumé, leading the Panthers (9-0) who remain one of the last three undefeated boys soccer teams in the Northern Athletic Conference. Snell netted the game’s first two goals in the 13th and 15th minutes, then tacked on a second-half goal in the 56th minute. John Snell contributed an assist.  More game details

tehonica goal lifts h-d over morristown in 1-0 win


Morristown forward Kylie O’Donnell (14) blasts a shot past two Hermon-DeKalb defenders toward the Green Demons' goal.  However, the shot was corraled by goalkeeper Emery McQuaid (00) to keep the game scoreless in the first half. Audrianna Tehonica scored the game-winning goal late in the first half to capture the 1-0 victory for the Green Demons. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Thursday, November 5, 2020

schuckers rallies canton to 3-2 win vs. ogdensburg


Canton’s Chris Schuckers (16) attempts to steal the ball from Ogdensburg’s Samuel Price (17).  Schuckers rallied the Bears from a 2-1 deficit to pull out a heart-stopping 3-2 win over the Devils. (Andrew Baker photo) Game Gallery

sawyer goal, crayford saves lead bulldogs vs. h-d


Hermon-DeKalb’s Peyton Hamilton (7) looks for an opening up the left side, seeking a chance to tie the game.  Jordan Sawyer scored unassisted in the first half for the only goal of the game. Heuvelton went on to defeaat Hermon-DeKalb 1-0. (Andrew Baker photo)

NCSN THURSDAY Headlines

Boys Soccer: Canton Rallies;Salmon,Heuvelton, MW Win
Girls Soccer: Chateaugay, Potsdam, Canton, Heuv. Win

girls soccer game results

CHATEAUGAY 3, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 1 – Chateaugay’s Liv Cook racked up three first half goals in the 3rd, 13th and 30th minutes to guide the Bulldogs (9-1-1) to the top of the East Division standings in the 3-1 win. Cook’s third score was on a penalty kick. Chloe Champagne assisted on the other two goals. St. Lawrence Central’s lone goal also came on a PK by Celeste Gardner. Emma Staples collected four saves for the Bulldogs. Larries netminder Alissa Young posted eight saves.

CANTON 2, OGDENSBURG 0 – Etta Coburn’s direct kick lofted past O.F.A. keeper Emily Sovie to produce a 1-0 Canton lead at 28:33. Megan LaFlair chimed in with an unassisted marker just 3:25 into the second half, as the Golden Bears improved to 8-2 atop the Central Division. With Canton generating 21 chances toward goal, Sovie kept the Blue Devils in the game with 11 saves. Emily Wentworth with six saves worked the crease for Canton.   More game details

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: P-H Climbs to First; Cougars Upset H-D
Girls Soccer: Edwards-Knox Blanks Hermon-DeKalb 2-0
Boys XC: Salmon River Wins vs. Brushton-Moira 15-50
Girls XC: Salmon River Wins vs. Brushton-Moira 15-50

DURHAM, MOORE GOALS LEAD E-K COUGERS PAST DEMONS

EDWARDS-KNOX 2, HERMON-DEKALB 0 – A pair of second-half goals powered the Cougars who squared their record at 2-2. Heidi Moore broke the scoreless tie in the 69th minute on a setup from Lucy Frary. Maryann Durham punched in the second goal from Lily Lottie with just 1:34 remaining to seal the win. Rayleigh Allen recorded a four-save shutout. The Green Demons’ Emery McQuade stopped 11 shots.

SNELL RINGS UP FOUR GOALS IN P-H'S 5-0 WIN VS. FLYERS


Parishville-Hopkinton's John Snell (11) speed dribbles toward the net for a change to score.  Snell tipped the ball to Peyton Snell who scored four goals on the afternoon in a 5-0 Panthers' win at home.  (Bob LaRue photo)

CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS

SALMON RIVER 15, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 50 (INC.) – In a field of eight runners. Shamrocks’ Xavier Collins set the pace at 19:11, with a 24-second finish ahead of Brushton-Moira’s Luke Chapman. Salmon River captured the next three positions with Gunner Mitchell clocking in at 20:14, Shakohentehtha Elijah posting 21:04 and Ashton Avery Durant closing out in fifth place just two seconds later.

SALMON RIVER 15, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 50 (INC.) – Brushton-Moira’s Olivia Bobbie (23:53) clocked in just 17 seconds ahead of Salmon River’s Emily Wells to capture first place. Rounding out the top five were Salmon River’s Jasmine Oakes (25:45) and Alexandria Nye (25:58), followed by Brushton-Moira’s Holly Goddard at 26:42.

Sat.-Sun., October 31-November 3, 2020

NCSN WEEKEND Headlines

Boys Soccer: Jackets Wins OT Thriller; Canton & PH Win
Girls Soccer: St. Regis & O.F.A. Win First; Lisbon Wins
Boys XC: NN Nips Malone; Tupper,Potsdam,Canton Win
Girls XC: Flyers Beat Malone; O.F.A.,Canton, Salmon Win

M-W JACKETS RALLY PAST B-M

VanBuren scored game winner at 7:23 of the first overtime, assisted by Ethan Bailey, ending a come-from-behind seesaw thriller. The Panthers scored the first two goals – one by Wayne Palmer, the other from Justin Kennedy – for a 2-0 halftime advantage. M-W got on the board 4:06 into the second half when Kyle Stoner finished off the scoring play set up by Matt Robinson. Robinson scored an unassisted goal with 16:57 remaining to tie the game 2-2. Robinson set up Connor Arquiett’s goal to give the Jackets their first lead of the game with 4:15 remaining in regulation. However, just 19 seconds later, Kennedy tied it again, sending the game to overtime. M-W took the lead at 4:15 when Connor Arquiett scored assisted by Matthew Robinson. Less than 20 seconds later, Kennedy tied it to send it into OT. Jacob Morgan had two saves behind the Jackets’ defensive wall. B-M keeper Jake Gagnon stopped nine shots.  More game details

race at the top: n-n flyers outlast Malone boys 27-29


A battle for first place in NAC Boys Cross Country: the Flyers eeked out a slim 27-29 victory, capturing six of the top ten positions.  With the win, Norwood-Norfolk stayed undefeated (5-0), while Malone slipped to 6-1. (Andrew Baker photo).

N-N FLYERS RACE PAST MALONE TO STAY UNBEATEN


First place on the line: Norwood-Norfolk captured six of the top seven places to down Malone 16-46. Norwood-Norfolk's Maddie Dinneen (above) claimed first place at 19:20, more than a minute-and-a-half ahead of second-place teammate Sharon Colbert.  (Andrew Baker photo)).

Friday, October 30, 2020

MALONE, CANTON SCORE WINS

MALONE 5, MASSENA 2 – Malone jumped off to a 4-0 lead in the first half, anchoring the Huskies’ sixth win of the season against two losses. Hans Schumacher led the way with three goals, including a converted penalty kick. Ryan Johnson opened the scoring in the fourth minute, assisted by Ben Monette. Luke Pearsall also scored from Jacob Lewis. Shea Sculy scored both goals from Massena within a three-minute span early in the second half. The first goal was unassisted, the other from Aiden MacKenzie. Malone goalie Aiden Langdon made 16 saves, while the Massena keeper Alex Bourjeily stopped 22 shots.

CANTON 2, SALMON RIVER 1 – The Golden Bears gained a 2-0 lead, then fended off a persistent Shamrock attack for a 2-1 win and remained undefeated (7-0) in the Central Division. In the midst of a scrum in the box, Rhett Palmer drilled the opening goal for Canton. In the second half, Matt Haycock settled the ball and drilled the Bears’ second goal. Aggressive play and persistence paid off for the Shamrocks when Chase Miller ripped a rebound past Canton keeper Parker Hunt to cut the lead 2-1. However, the Shamrocks were unable to obtain the equalizer. Hunt and Chris Downs combined for 10 saves, while Salmon River’s John Miller made 12 saves.

GIRLS GAMES END IN SHUTOUT

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 1, EDWARDS-KNOX 0 – Emma Wells’ goal in the first half stood up for the remaining 42 minutes of play, leading the flyers to their second win of the season (2-3-1). Shelby Vallance worked for 11 saves for the Flyers, while keeper Rayleigh Allen made five saves for the Cougars (1-2).

MASSENA 2, MALONE 0 –
Auna Shadie and Libby Rogers provided the scoring firepower for the Red Raiders whom improved to 4-2 in the Central Division. Jeanelle Burke and Grace Trimboli dished out assists. Cebuella Cromie collected an eight-save shutout. Malone keepers Madison Ansari and Taylor Covey combined for eight stops as well.

CANTON 2, SALMON RIVER 0 – For the second straight game, Canton’s Hannah Reed provided all of the scoring, with a goal in each half, as the Golden Bears improved to 6-1. Claire Craig assisted on the first goal in the game’s 30th minute. Sydney Francis assisted on the second score in the 75th minute. Goalie Bree Rogers posted a six-save shutout, while Salmon River keeper Brycelan Sunday gathered 15 saves.
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Thursday, October 29, 2020

snell lifts p-h panthers over colton-pierrepont 2-0


Parishville-Hopkinton forward Payton Snell (10) blasts a shot past Colton-Pierrepont goalkeeper Harlee Besio to score his second goal of the game, giving the Panthers a 2-0 lead halfway through the second period.  Snell’s goals would hold up as Parishville-Hopkinton captured the 2-0 victory over the Colts. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

PANTHERS RALLY, OVERTAKE COLTON-PIERREPONT 2-1


Colton-Pierrepont middie Abeni Payne (15) drills a shot on the Parishville-Hopkinton goal after breaking behind the Panthers' defense.  However, the shot was blocked by P-Hr goalie Kelsey Farnsworth  to keep the game scoreless midway through the first half.  Colton-Pierrepont carried a 1-0 lead into the half, but Parishville-Hopkinton rallied for a pair after intermission to earn a 2-1 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: Canton, Malone, St. Lawrence Central Win
Girls Soccer: Canton Wins OT; Potsdam, P-H Winners

COVID ISSUES IN SCHOOLS FORCE SHUTDOWN OF SPORTS

Two Section X schools announced they were going to fully-remote learning, due to COVID-19 in their districts.  Harrisville Central and Gouverneur Central have announced they will go to online classes past the November 17th closing of the shortened fall sports season, thus forcing the end of their autumn sports seasons in boys and girls soccer at both schools, along with the Gouverneur boys & girls cross country season.  Heuvelton also announced it would go remote for the balance of this week, thus forcing cancellation of games through the weekend (November 1).  So far this fall, 12 of the 24 Section X schools have seen schedules impacted at various time through delay, postponement or cancellation.

REED'S OVERTIME GOAL
LIFTS CANTON OVER MASSENA


Canton's Sydnee Francis (5) chops the ball around Massena defenders, setting up Hannah Reed for the game's winning goal in overtime.  Canton beat Massena 1-0 to improve to a 5-1 record.  (Bob LaRue photo)

boys soccer - game details

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 6, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – Hayden Perkins started the Larries’ scoring with an unassisted goal. However, Kolbee Converse netted a hat trick. Evan Smith and Connor Foster each contributed a goal and two assists. Alex Berg dished out an assist. Thomas Storrin gathered four saves in the shutout, as the Larries squared their record at 3-3.

MALONE 6, POTSDAM 0 – Trent King scored three times (34th, 65th and 66th minutes) and Hans Schumacher scored twice (20th and 50th minute) while adding an assist, in leading the Huskies into a tie with Ogdensburg for second place in the Central Division standings with a 5-2 record. Evan Miller scored the final unassisted goal in the final three minutes. Jacob Lewis offered an assist. Aiden Langdon gathered four saves for Malone. Ansen Herrick stopped 14.

CANTON 2, MASSENA 0 – Chris Shuckers scored from Sam Pfotenhaur at 14:39. Colin Taylor netted an unassisted insurance goal at 38:27, both in the first half. Parker Hunt earned a 10-save shutout for Canton, while Ethan Chatterton had 15 saves for Massena.

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

SNELL'S TWO GOALS CARRY
P-H PANTHERS PAST JACKETS


Madrid-Waddington goaltender Jacob Morgan (34) skies to snare the ball over Parishville-Hopkinton's Avery Zenger (9) attempting a header.  In a hard-fought scramble atop the East Division between two unbeatens, the Panthers outlasted the Jackets 2-1. (Brian Harmer photo)  Game Gallery

NCSN TUESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: P-H Nips M-W 2-1; Rockets Win in O.T. 2-1
Girls Soccer: E-K Opens With Win; P-H, Harrisville Win

LOCAL COLLEGE WOMEN'S HOCKEY SEASONS TRIMMED

CANTON – The Northeast Women's Hockey League (NEWHL) has made the difficult decision to cancel its 2020-21 conference schedule and league championship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   The announcement does not preclude teams from seeking to play non-conference games this academic year. SUNY Canton women's hockey team is a NEWHL member.   SUNY Canton women's hockey team, along with its men's program, plan to explore playing non-conference schedules during the second semester beginning in late January or early February 2021.  Other local colleges in the NEWHL include SUNY Potsdam and perennial national Division III champion SUNY Plattsburgh.
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KENYON, CUNNINGHAM LEAD HAMMOND PAST H-D DEMONS


Hermon-DeKalb goaltender Emery McQuade (00) fends off a Hammond forward to snare the ball on a floating shot into the crease.  Hammond cruised to a 6-1 win over the Green Demons to stay unbeaten.  (Lisa Freeman photos)

Monday, October 26, 2020

BOYS soccer game details

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 1, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0 – In a cold drizzle that permeated the game, Halfback Hayden Bullock drilled home a penalty kick with 6:24 to go, thus preventing overtime and providing the Flyers with the game’s only goal. Norwood-Norfolk (3-0) outshot St. Lawrence Central 20-5. Goalie Noah Dominy had the shutout.

MALONE 2, OGDENSBURG 1 – Ryan Johnson scored the only goal of the second half, unassisted, to break a 1-1 tie and boost the Huskies to 4-2 this season. Ben Monette opened the scoring, on a setup from Hans Schumacher in the 26th minute to put Malone ahead 1-0. Five minutes later, O.F.A.’s Kamdyn Johnson tied the score, assisted by Cooper Harvey. Aiden Langdon cleared 10 shots for Malone. Ryan Warchol collected five saves for the Blue Devils.   More game details

GIRLS SOCCER GAME DETAILS

LISBON 2, HARRISVILLE 0 – Emily Jordan scored both goals in the Knights’ win. Lisbon keeper Grace Smith collected five saves. Maegan Kackinson swept away 23 shots.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 4, MORRISTOWN 4 (OT/Tie) – In a seesaw battle that saw three ties and two lead changes, Norwood-Norfolk’s K.J. Belmore scored the final game-tying goal with 10:45 remaining for a 4-4 draw. Emma Wells and Keely Ashley tallied the Flyers’ other goals. Laurell Vinch led the Rockets with two goals and an assist. Carly Piercey and Madysan Gagnon dented the twine once each. Kassidy Sullivan contributed an assist on Piercey’s goal. Both goalkeepers – Morristown’s Emma Showers and Norwood-Norfolk’s Shelby Vallance – recorded 10 saves.  More game details

Sat.-Sun., October 24-25, 2020

wildcats down massena
for first win of season


In a Week 3 cross country matchup, Gouverneur beat incomplete Massena 15-50.  Racing to the first two spots were Gouverneur’s Cole Siebels 17:54.3 and Jack Shroeder 19:52.8.  Massena’s Logan Dobbins came third at 20:55, followed by the Wildcats' Rick Nichols 21:47.8 and Drew Gates 22:31.4.  (Andrew Baker photo) Meet Gallery

Gouverneur locks up top 8 spots, beating massena


Gouverneur locked up the top five in their Week 3 run at Massena: Randi Griffith 22:30.02, Ella Impaglia 22:30.58, Rikki Griffith 22:35.77, Meredith Bush 22:39.87 and Zoe Griffith 23:32.39.  Gouverneur won the meet with a 15-50 score over Massena. (Andrew Baker photo) Meet Gallery

Friday, October 23, 2020

PIRATES COACH RICK BEAROR SETS ALL-TIME NAC WIN MARK


Harrisville Pirates’ Coach Rick Bearor (far right) led his first win of the season and his 407th win overall, a new Northern Athletic Conference record, passing former Canton Coach Roger Dusharm who retired with 406.  Harrisville defeated Hammond 3-0.  (Lisa Freeman photos)

NCSN FRIDAY Headlines

Boys Soccer: Harrisville Wins, Coach Sets New Record
Girls Soccer: H-D Wins First; Hammond, Colts Win
Boys XC: Salmon River Sweeps Tupper & Clifton-Fine
Girls XC: Salmon River Captures Wins vs. Tupper, C-F

xc: SALMON RIVER SWEEPS TUPPER LAKE, CLIFTON-FINE

SALMON RIVER 24, TUPPER 31, CLIFTON-FINE INC.
Salmon River runners nailed down the top three finishes in grabbing its first two wins of the season, beating Tupper Lake 24-31 and incomplete Clifton-Fine.  Xavier Collins (20:00), Austin Avery Durant (20:44) and Gunner Mitchell (21:08) led the Shamrock crew.  More Meet Details

SALMON RIVER 25, TUPPER 30, CLIFTON-FINE INC.
Tupper Lake's Raegan Frtiz (25:15) captured the top spot, but Salmon River runners placed the next three finishes to squeeze past the Jacks 25-30.  Clifton-Fine has just two runners to finish incomplete.  Emily Wells (26:49), Jasmine Oakes (26:55) and Alexandria Nye (27:162) led the Shamrocks.  More Details

LISBON OUTLASTS H-D DEMONS IN SEESAW SCRAMBLE 3-2


Lisbon's Jackson LaRock (3) tries to fend off Hermon-DeKalb's Arthur Carr (5) in scramble.  In a seesaw battle, Hermon-DeKalb produced two one-goal leads, but Lisbon bounced back with the final two scores, 93 seconds apart to beat the Green Demons 3-2.  (Bob LaRue photo)

Thursday, October 22, 2020

strong second half lifts canton over gouverneur


Canton forward Jack Filiatrault (21) battles his way around Gouverneur defender Kyle Gaumes (11) to create a shot on goal.  However, Wildcat goalkeeper Jordan Hayden deflected the ball just wide of the net to hold the Bears' lead at 3-1 late in the second half.  Canton held off a late push by Gouverneur to capture a 4-1 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

EMERSON'S GOAL, 2 ASSISTS LEAD POTSDAM PAST O.F.A.


Potsdam forward Keely Towne (11) blasts a shot around Ogdensburg goalkeeper Emily Farrand, but the shot went wide.  The Sandstoners led 1-0 at the half, then racked up two additional goals to capture the 3-0 shutout victory over the Blue Devils. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

BOYS soccer game details

MADRID-WADDINGTON 7, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – Brody Van Buren and Connor Arquiett scored two goals each. Matt Robinson, Kaden Kingston, Ethan Bailey had singles in the Jackets’ attack. MW keeper Ethan Bailey recorded four saves with another shutout. The SRF keeper had 11.

HERMON-DEKALB 5, MORRISTOWN 2 – Randy Durham provided two goals and two assists, while Psyton Hamilton scored a pair and assisted on another to lead the Demons. Adam Lynch dished out two assists. Andrew Matthews stopped seven shots in the win. For Morristown, Tristin Simmons scored twice, including on a penalty kick. Kade Marshall logged 13 saves.  More Game Results

girls soccer game details

MADRID-WADDINGTON 2, ST. REGIS FALLS 1 – Hailee Blair scored in the first half, then Lacey Sullivan buried the other goal in the second half to lead MW. Grace Plumley assisted on each goal. Kendra Richardson scored for the Saints. The SRF keeper stopped six shots, while the MW goalie stopped five.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 2, CHATEAUGAY 0 (2OT) – Alexus Cuthbert broke a scoreless tie with two goals, just 30 seconds apart in overtime to propel the Colts to victory. Kendall Lamora flagged eight shots on goal for the shutout. Emma Staples corraled 12 shots for Chateaugay.
More Game Results

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

salmon river's first half goals sink sandstoners


Potsdam's Cade Saiff (3) redirects a shot onto Salmon River goaltender Jon Miller (gold) who made the save. The Shamrocks scored all three goals in the first half, en route to a 3-0 win over the Sandstoners.  (Bob LaRue photo)

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Monday, October 19, 2020

HAMMOND GOAL EXPLOSION ROCKS LISBON IN 10-2 ROUT


Hammond's Hailee Manning (31) settles the ball for a shot and score on Lisbon's goal.  After a 1-1 tie at the half, Red Devils racked up nine second-half goals, triggered by a penalty kick on a hand ball in the box, en route to a 10-2 romp over the previously-unbeaten Knights.  Hammond improved to 3-0.  (Lisa Freeman photos)

SUNYAC DECIDES TO CANCEL ALL WINTER SPORTS SEASONS

SYRACUSE – The State University of New York Athletic Conference announced yesterday its decision to cancel winter sports. That will mean no winter sports – such as basketball, hockey, swimming and indoor track-and-field – for colleges such as SUNY Potsdam, SUNY Plattsburgh and North Country Community College. SUNY Canton is not impacted as much, at least yet, belonging to other conferences. In a statement yesterday, SUNYAC officials said the cancellation was “in an abundance of caution to protect the health and safety of students and staff” in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. SUNYAC officials say they will continue internal planning for the possibility of spring sports. The decision on spring sports will be made at a future date.
 

NCSN MONDAY Headlines

Boys Soccer: Colts, Rockets, Lisbon, M-W, Salmon Win
Girls Soccer: SRF Ties Tupper; Devils, Cats,Rockets Win

NORWOOD-NORFOLK COVID CASE POSTPONES FOR 2 DAYS

NORFOLK – The Norwood-Norfolk Central School district is pivoting back to fully-remote learning at home Tuesday and Wednesday, following the word from St. Lawrence County Public Health that a middle-school student has tested positive for the coronavirus. Superintendent Jamie Cruikshank said that contact tracing has led to only a handful of people known to have possible contact.  Cruikshank said because of limiting the movement of students and staff within small clusters in the school, the student (who has been out of school for several days) had little movement within the building.  In the meantime, all sports and other after-school, extra-curricular activities, sports contests and practices have been postponed for the two days, and until further consultation with County Public Health.

Saturday-Sunday, October 17-18, 2020

tupper lake DASHES TO WIN IN potsdam'S 2020 OPENER 


Runners from Potsdam and Tupper Lake jet off the starting line to begin the race in the Sandstoners' season opener.  The Lumberjacks took home the 15-50 victory over the Sandstoners, as the hosts were one runner short of a complete team, despite individual first- and second-place finishes.  (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

POTSDAM FINISHES 1-2, BUT TUPPER LAKE WINS THE MEET


Competitors from Tupper Lake and Potsdam dash off of the starting line to open the Sandstoners' cross country season.  Potsdam took the top two spots, but Tupper Lake captured the next five finishes for its first win of the season, defeating Potsdam 25-30.  Potsdam's Skye Crocker finished first with a time of 17:11.8.  (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery
 

NCSN weekend Headlines

Boys Soccer: Flyers, Colts, O.F.A., Canton Snag Wins
Girls Soccer: B-M Panthers Open With Win; Canton Wins
Boys XC:Tupper Nips Potsdam; N-N,Canton,Malone Win
Girls XC: Malone Nips O.F.A. 27-28; Flyers Beat Wildcats

emlaw p.k. lifts norwood-norfolk over b-m panthers


Norwood-Norfolk striker Brendan Bombard (51) fires a shot that sails just over the Brushton-Moira goal, keeping the game tied 0-0 midway through the second half.  The Flyers scored the lone goal of the game on a penalty kick taken by Ryan Emlaw with 22:49 remaining.  Norwood-Norfolk captured a 1-0 victory to improve to 2-0.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Friday, October 16, 2020

WILDCATS SPOIL potsdam'S SEASON OPENER IN 3-0 TILT


Gouverneur forward Kyle Gaumes (11) breaks through the Potsdam defensive line and blasts a shot past Potsdam goalie Ansen Herrick (0) for the first goal of the game early in the first half. The Wildcats earned one more goal in the first half and an additional goal in the second half for a 3-0 shutout victory.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

NCSN friday HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: M-W, P-H Stay Unbeaten; Larries,Gouv.Win
Girls Soccer: Wildcats, Hammond Win OT For Div. Lead

HAMMOND OUTLASTS GREEN ROCKETS 2-1 IN OVERTIME


In a scrum in the crease, Hammond's Hannah Belknap (1) taps home the game's first goal, assisted by Avery Kenyon.  Kenyon produced the only goal in overtime, breaking a 1-1 tie and lifting the Red Devils past Morristown.  Goalie Emma Showers stopped 23 shots to keep the Rockets in the game.  (Lisa Freeman photo)

parishville-hopkinton
SINks st. regis falls 7-0


Parishville-Hopkinton’s Payton Snell (9) blasts the ball past St. Regis Falls’ goalkeeper Derek Prevost (32) to score the Panthers' fourth goal midway through the first half over the Saints. The Panthers jumped to a 6-0 lead at the half and scored an additional goal in the second half to pick up the 7-0 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery 

Thursday, October 15, 2020

HEUVELTON, HERMON-DEKALB SCRAMBLE TO 0-0 DEADLOCK


Hermon-DeKalb defenders Randy Durham (4) and Jacob Coller (3) pinch Heuvelton attacker Andrew Demers (15) off the ball, during first-half action.  In a defensive battle atop the West Division, Heuvelton and Hermon-DeKalb play to a scoreless deadlock. Heuvelton goalie Jed Crayford turned aside 10 shots, while Green Demons keeper Andrew Matthews logged eight saves.  (H.D. King photo)  Game Gallery

palmer, taylor propel canton win vs. shamrocks

CANTON 2, SALMON RIVER 1 (OT) -- Rhett Palmer delivered the game-winning goal, on a set up from Colin Taylor, in the sixth minute of overtime to lift Canton to a season-opening 2-1 sudden victory over Salmon River. Taylor also assisted on the Bears’ first goal, scored by Ethan Furnia, just nine minutes into the contest. The Shamrocks tied the game with just over five minutes remaining in regulation when Jared Showen scored from Gavin Cook Avery. Salmon River goalie John Miller collected nine saves, while Canton keeper Parker Hunt turned away five shots.


NCSN THURSDAY Headlines

Boys Soccer: Canton Wins in OT; Heuvelton & HD Tie OT
No Other Games on Thursday's NAC Schedule

 

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

NCSN WEDNESDAY HeadlineS

Boys Soccer: P-H, Malone, M-W Rack Up Big Victories
Girls Soccer: Lisbon, Gouverneur, N-N Flyers Win Close

BOYS SOCCER GAME RESULTS

HEUVELTON 1, HARRISVILLE 0 - Jordan Sawyer scored with just 3;01 left in regulation for the game’s lone goal, off a deflected throw-in. Jed Crayford logged the shutout with two saves for Heuvelton.

LISBON 3, MORRISTOWN 1 – Issac LaRock and Chase Jacobs scored unassisted goals, while Tegan Jordan tallied from Miles Gendebien for Lisbon. Tristan Simmons connected from Wyatt Sullivan for Morristown.

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 5, CHATEAUGAY 0 – Avery Zenger scored twice, while Peyton Snell, Brandon Wilkes and Stuart Ayers added one goal each in the Panthers’ win. Caleb Knowles backstopped the shutout win with two saves.

MALONE 12, GOUVERNEUR 2 – Trent King delivered three goals, while Ryan Johnston collected two goals with two assists, Hans Schumacher tallied two goals with one assist and Ben Monette scored twice for Malone. Single goals were scored by Tyler Snell, Jacob Lewis and Evan Miller. Kyle Gaumes and Ethan Fitzgerald produced goals for the Wildcats.
 

PENALTY KICK DECIDES COLTS' WIN OVER ST. LAWRENCE 1-0


Colton-Pierrepont's Aiden Hoose (11) corrals the ball and works upfield against St. Lawrence Central's Alex Burg (16).  Teddy Farns scored on a penalty kick with 6:36 remaining in the game to lift the Colts to a 1-0 win.  (Bob LaRue photo)

GIRLS SOCCER GAME RESULTS

COLTON-PIERREPONT 2, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0
Abeni Payne and Alexus Cuthbert scored for the Colts. Kendall LaMora produced a 12-save shutout.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 2, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 0 – Hailee Blair scored from Shelby Milburn in the first half, while Laney Tiernan scored after the break. Alaina Armstrong logged a 13-save shutout.

CHATEAUGAY 2, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 2 (OT/Tie) – Kelly Bloom scored both goals for the Panthers. For Chateaugay, Olivia Cook scored unassisted and Ali Johnston tallied from Chloe Champagne.

GOUVERNEUR 2, MALONE 1 – Gouverneur’s Torie Salisbury scored with five seconds left in regulation for the win. Holly Barton scored the other goal. Ryleigh McCauley produced the lone Huskies’ goal.

CANTON 3, SALMON RIVER 0 – Esther Shipman, Etta Coburn and Hannah Reed scored the Bears’ goals. Bree Rogers and Emily Wentworth combined on a seven-save shutout.

HEUVELTON 2, HARRISVILLE 0 – Chastity Johnson and Molly Williams scored. Emily LaFaver recorded the shutout. Harrisville's Megan Kackinson had 24 saves.

LISBON 1, MORRISTOWN 0 – Emily Jordan scored the lone goal from Ava Murphy. Grace Smith had seven saves for Lisbon, while Emma Showers made 20 saves for the Rockets.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 3, HERMON-DEKALB 2 – Keely Ashley scored twice, while Emma Wells added a goal for the Flyers. H-D’s Audrianna Tehonica scored both goals unassisted.

Saturday-Tuesday, October 10-13, 2020

NCSN TUESDAY Headlines

Boys Soccer: Morristown Wins OT; O.F.A., H-D Winners
Girls Soccer: Gouverneur, Salmon River Both Win 1-0

noRwood-norfolk squeaks out 29-30 win over canton


Canton’s Nick Lyndaker captured (left) captured first place, posting a time of 18:14, in the season-opening meet at Norwood-Norfolk. Lyndaker was closely followed by teammate Max Finlay at 18:16.  Norwood-Norfolk’s Dom Fiacco placed in third, while Canton’s Sean Shannon and Norwood-Norfolk’s Owen Hass rounded out the top five finishers. (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

dinneen leads as Flyers top canton 19-40 in opener


Runners from Canton and Norwood-Norfolk dash across the opening straight-away, before entering the forested section of the Norwood-Norfolk cross-country course.  The Flyers pulled away, capturing the top three places to  earn a 19-40 victory to open the 2020 season. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery


NCSN Weekend Headlines

Boys Soccer: P-H Panthers, Madrid-Wadd. Claim Wins
Girls Soccer: Pirates, Bulldogs, Colts, SLC, Rockets Win
Boys XC: Flyers Edge Canton 29-30; Malone Sweeps
Girls XC: Malone, Norwood-Norfolk Win 2020 Openers

VINCH GOAL LIFTS GREEN ROCKETS PAST FLYERS 1-0


Morristown’s Rylie Showers (15) breaks away from Norwood-Norfolk defenders and charges her way toward the Flyers' goal for a direct shot on net.  The blast was deflected away by Flyers' goaltender Shelby Vallance.  The Rockets beat the Flyers 1-0. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Friday, October 9, 2020

emlaw leads Norwood-Norfolk past chateAugay


Norwood-Norfolk's Michael Stacy (6) slides to challenge Chateaugay's Tyson Beaudin (10) for the ball. Early in the second half, Matt Simons fired a shot off the Bulldog keeper. Ryan Emlaw pounces on the rebound to give Norwood-Norfolk a 1-0 lead.  Six minutes later, Flyers failed to clear. Beaudin threaded the needle to the corner of the net, tying the game 1-1.  With 14 minutes to go, Emlaw gathered a lead pass, jetted behind the goalie and tucked home the game-winner.  Flyers beat Chateaugay 2-1.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

FLYERS CAPTURE WIN IN COVID LATE-SEASON START


Norwood-Norfolk’s Ryan Lashomb (18) and Chateugay’s Ethan Cook (4) battle for possession of the ball along the sideline.