Brushton-Moira, Gouverneur, Lisbon Win Divisional Championships

2021 SECTION X BOYS BASEBALL
Final Standings & Non-League Stats

EAST DIVISION           W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
x-Brushton-Moira
Norwood-Norfolk 
Parishville-Hopkinton
Tupper Lake
St. Lawrence Ctl.
Chateaugay
  9-1     -        0-0
  8-2     1       1-2
  5-5     4       0-1
  5-5     4       0-1
  3-7     6       0-2

0-10     9       0-0
CENTRAL DIVISION    W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
x-Gouverneur
Massena
Malone
Canton 
Salmon River
Potsdam
Ogdensburg
11-1     -        1-0
10-2     1       2-0
  7-5     4       0-0
  5-7     6       0-0
  5-7     6       0-0
  4-8     7       2-4

0-12   11       0-0
WEST DIVISION         W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
x-Lisbon
Heuvelton
Edwards-Knox
Madrid-Waddington
Hermon-DeKalb
Morristown
10-0     -        2-0
  8-2     2       1-1
  5-5     5       0-0
  4-6     6       3-0
  1-8     8½    0-0
  1-8     8½    0-0


Massena's Chris Paige (12) drives the ball just over the head of the second baseman to produce a single and load the bases in the bottom of the fourth inning. The Raiders captured the 12-1 victory over the Huskies after a strong fourth inning, and thus swept the two meetings between them this season. (Cody Jenne photo) 

 

Games of Week 5: June 1-7, 2021

 NCSN  Baseball Scoreboard

MONDAY, JUNE 7, 2021

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 15, Brushton-Moira 5
Central Division
Malone 13, Salmon River 12
West Division
Madrid-Waddington 16, Morristown 6

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 2021

Central Division
Malone 8, Canton 7

 

FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 2021

East Division
Brushton-Moira 10, Chateaugay 0
Parishville-Hopkinton 17, St. Lawrence Central 5
Central Division
Canton 14, Ogdensburg 4
Salmon River 9, Potsdam 1
West Division
Heuvelton 17, Morristown 5
Lisbon 15, Madrid-Waddington 3
Non League
Massena 10, Norwood-Norfolk 0

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 2021

West Division
Edwards-Knox 9, Hermon-DeKalb 1

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 2021

Central Division
Gouverneur 4, Ogdensburg 1 (1st game)
Gouverneur 7, Ogdensburg 0 (2nd game)

Massena 12, Malone 1
Canton 9, Salmon River 4
West Division
Lisbon 16, Edwards-Knox 1
Hermon-DeKalb 30, Morristown 17 (1st game)
Hermon-DeKalb at Morristown, ppd. (2nd game)
Non League
Tupper Lake 8, Madrid-Waddington 7

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 2021

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 10, Tupper Lake 9
West Division
Edwards-Knox 12, Morristown 11
Non League
Heuvelton 9, Potsdam 4 (1st game)
Potsdam 10, Heuvelton 2 (2nd game)
Madrid-Waddington 19, St. Lawrence Central 12

MASSENA SWEEPS SEASON SERIES VS. MALONE IN 12-1 WIN


Malone's Logan Spaulding (21) drives the ball deep to left-center for a double.  He would later score the only run of the game for the Huskies in the top of the fifth inning, as Massena prevailed 12-1. (Cody Jenne photo)

Massena's Chris Paige (12) drives the ball just over the head of the second baseman to produce a single and load the bases in the bottom of the fourth inning. The Raiders captured the 12-1 victory over the Huskies after a strong fourth inning, and thus swept the two meetings between them this season.
 

GOUVERNEUR 4, OGDENSBURG 1 (1ST GAME)
GOUVERNEUR 7, OGDENSBURG 0 (2ND GAME)

The Gouverneur Wildcats swept Ogdensburg to close its regular-season campaign at 11-1, 12-1 overall and capture its first Central Division title in 17 years. The Cats chipped away for a run in the second, two in the third and one in the fourth inning of the opener. Jared Wilson struck out 13 Blue Devils and tossed a two-hitter, allowing both hits to Mitchel McCarthy. Holden Stowell slashed a double, while five other Wildcats and one single each. In the nightcap, Connor Wood struck out 10 and fired a one-hitter, allowing the lone hit to Alex Mitchell. The Cats sealed the win with a four-run fourth inning. Kyle Gaumes cranked two hits, while Gabe Wainwright ripped a triple.

HERMON-DEKALB 30, MORRISTOWN 17 (1ST)
HERMON-DEKALB AT MORRISTOWN, PPD. (2ND)

A wild 47-run first game tilted quickly in the Green Demons’ favor with 12 runs in the top of the first, followed by eight more in the second, for a 20-5 lead. Morristown scored 10 runs across the third and fourth innings, but could not catch the Demons. The length of the game wiped out time for the nightcap. H-D’s Brad Doerr hit for the cycle - single, two doubles, triple and home run, and scored five times. Randy Durham contributed five hits, including a double and four runs. For the Rockets, Cooper Bennett hd three hits, including a triple and three runs scored. Addison Colby scored three times on three hits, including a double. Kade Marshall scored three times on three hits.

MASSENA 12, MALONE 1
After a 4-0 start, an eight-run Massena fourth inning sealed the Huskies’ fate and giving the Raiders a sweep of the Class A opponents two regular-season contests. Chris Paige provided a single and a triple, and scored twice. Mason Phillips and David Dubray stroked a pair of hits to lead the Raiders. Malone scored its lone run in the final inning when Logan Spaulding goes “shopping at the left-center gap” for a double. Jordan Perry the singled allowing Spaulding to score .

CANTON 9, SALMON RIVER 4
Canton overcame and early 4-1 deficit with a five-run surge in the fourth inning that flipped the lead, to beat the Shamrocks. Tanner Hazelton had two hits and two runs scored to lead the Golden Bears. Salmon River scored all its runs in the first two innings, then got just two runners on base over the last five innings. Luke Miller had two hits and scored a run to lead the Shamrocks.

LISBON 16, EDWARDS-KNOX 1
Lisbon continued its offensive assault, again scoring in every inning including an eight-run explosion in the third inning to open a 13-1 lead. Jackson LaRock delivered two hits and four RBIs, while Tyler Gravlin and Isaac LaRock also had two hits and two RBIs each. The LaRocks combined to toss a four-hitter, striking out eight. Darrian Gavin scored E-K’s lone run in the second inning, and collected two of the Cougars’ four hits.

TUPPER LAKE 8, MADRID-WADDINGTON 7
Tupper Lake rallied for two runs in the bottom of the seventh for a walk off win at home. The Jackets built a 4-1 led in the second and led 7-6 going into the fateful seventh. Grant Godin knocked in the game-winning run. Jace Desmarais scored four runs, walked three times and stole five bases to lead the Lumberjacks. For M-W, Brody VanBuren racked up three hits, three RBIs and stole two bases. Logan Cordova had two base-knocks and scored four runs.

 

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JUNE 7: MALONE, FLYERS, JACKETS WIN FINAL GAMES

MALONE 13, SALMON RIVER 12
In a seesaw battle, Malone scored three runs in its final at-bats to edge ahead 13-12, then held Salmon River scoreless in the top of the seventh for the win. Patrick Poupore came on in relief for the final seven outs to shut down the Shamrocks. The Huskies also survived nine of their own errors in the slim win. Jordan Perry and Eli Race both had four hits, while Logan Spaulding banged out three hits for the Huskies. Connor Lewis, Caiden Carter and Luke Miller all had three hits for the Shamrocks.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 15, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 5
Norwood-Norfolk flipped the narrative, avenging an earlier loss to the Panthers this season. In the process, the 15-5 win also ended B-M’s undefeated season, in the final game before playoffs. Through three innings, the Flyers led 2-1. However, N-N pounded away with three runs in the fourth and fifth, two in the sixth and five insurance scores in the seventh. Tom Hopsicker, Nick Tebo and Brendan Bombard all connected for three hits for the Flyers. B-M was led by Dawson White with two hits and two RBIs, while Justin Martin scored a pair of runs on two hits. The two teams will meet each other next in the Section X Class B semifinals.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 16, MORRISTOWN 6
An explosive 14-run third inning was the key in the Yellow Jackets win. Kaden Kingsley stroked two doubles and slugged a home run. Brody ValBuren singled and belted a home run in the same inning. Nick Beldock and Jack Bailey each slapped a double for the Jackets. The Rockets held a 2-0 led in the first, and added four runs in the third, before M-W’s crushing inning. Cooper Bennett and Jarred Youngs hit doubles for the Rockets.

JUNE 3-6: b-m claims east; lisbon west; gouv. central

MALONE 8, CANTON 7
Malone overcame a 7-5 deficit with three runs on three hits in the seventh inning to complete the comeback and walk off an 8-7 victory over the Golden Bears. Malone had squandered an early 5-1 lead through two innings, with Canton scoring six times over the next three innings. However, Brady Hopkinson drilled a base hit with runners on second and third to end the ball game, with both the tying and winning runs. The rally made a winner of pitcher Harrison Hungerford who came on in the fourth inning in relief of starter Jordan Perry. For the Huskies, Perry, Hungerford and Brock Spaulding all connected for three hits. Scotty Ahlfeld ripped four hits for Canton, while Sam Roiger contributed two hits.
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BRUSHTON-MOIRA 10, CHATEAUGAY 0
A seven-run outburst in fourth inning carried the Panthers to a 9-0 record and confirmed the East Division regular-season title. Luke Bowen twirled a one-hitter for B-M. James Durant hit two singles and scored two runs, and Wayne Palmer singled twice and scored once. Chateaugay’s first batter Peter Reynolds stroked a single that proved to be the Bulldogs lone hit. The only other batter to reach base was hit by pitch. Chateaugay closed out its season at 0-10.

SALMON RIVER 9, POTSDAM 1
Salmon River celebrated Senior Night with a solid 9-1 win over Potsdam. The Shamrocks scored a pair of runs in the third, three in the fourth and four in the fifth. The corps of six seniors all got into the act:
Zach Durant singled, tripled and scored twice; William Sunday singled and scored twice; Patrick Ghostlaw doubled, Donovan Lauzon reached on an error and scored a run, and Connor Lewis and Owen Gray both singled. Potsdam was held to three hits, two of them in the fifth inning when Potsdam plated Mike Vedas with the only run.

HEUVELTON 17, MORRISTOWN 5
Heuvelton cashed in by scoring 13 runs from 17 walks, as Morristown struggled to hold down the Bulldogs. Heuvelton added to a 4-0 lead going into the third by scoring eight runs on four hits. Brandon Free connected on a triple, while Jed Crayford had two hits and three RBIs, and Adam Calton collected two singles and two runs scored. For Morristown, Kade Marshall had a single, a homer and three RBIs, while Addison Colby and Tristin Simmons had two of the Rockets’ three hits, along with an RBI each.

MASSENA 10, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0
Massena pitcher David Dubray compiled another outstanding pitching performance, striking out 13 and allowing just two batters on base – one on a walk, and a double to Mike Richards for the Flyers only hit in a 10-0 shutout. Dubray fanned the first six Flyers and the final five of the game, while inducing one ground out and one fly ball. Massena jumped of Flyers pitching for four runs in the first inning and three more each of the next two frames to seal the victory. Dubray aided his own cause with a two-RBI double in the first inning. Battery mate Zach Monacelli drilled an RBI double in the second and belted a three-run home run in the third. Chris Paige contributed a single and a triple.

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 17, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 5
The Panthers scored runs in each of their four innings - 3, 5, 5, 4 – to generate the win over the Larries. Kade Hayes belted a home run and produced two other hits, while Cody Yette also delivered three hits for the Panthers. Wade Smith and Hayden Perkins smacked two each hits for St. Lawrence.

LISBON 15, MADRID-WADDINGTON 3
Lisbon bats were hot for five runs in the top of the first, then six runs in the fourth inning at Madrid. Jackson LaRock and Griff Walker both swiped three hits, while Lucas Gravlin Ben LaRock provided two hits for Lisbon for Lisbon who stayed unbeaten at 10-0 to end their West play and 12-0 overall. The Jackets had two hits – one each from Ben Averill and Luke Lepage – the only hits off Walker in his complete game victory.

CANTON 14, OGDENSBURG 4
Canton jumped off to a quick starat with four runs in the first and five runs in the third inning. Scott Ahlfeld had a big day at the plate with two hits and four RBIs, in propelling Canton to its fifth win (5-6) and pulling even with Salmon River for fourth place in the Central Division. Colby Young also stroked two hits for Canton. Ryan Mitchell produced three hits for the Blue Devils.
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EDWARDS-KNOX 9, HERMON-DEKALB 1

The Cougars broke open a 2-1 game with five runs in the sixth inning to seal the win. E-K hurler Jared Lottie tossed a complete game two-hitter with 10 strikeouts, as well has stroking a double, a single and scoring two runs on the offensive side. Mason White also scored twice. Randy Durham doubled and singled to lead the Green Demons.  H-D's lone run came in the fourth inning when Brad Doerr got aboard on an error, stole second, then scored on a fielder's choice. 

JUNE 1: P-H PANTHERS, E-K COUGARS WIN IN WALKOFFS

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 10, TUPPER LAKE 9
In a comeback thriller, with a scoring spree for both teams over the last 3½ innings, the Panthers rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh in a walk-off victory over Tupper Lake. P-H broke a 1-1 tie with three runs in the second. After the Lumberjacks scored two runs each over the final three innings to pull ahead each time, the Panthers rallied for three runs, culminating with Conor Taillon’s walk-off single that plated the game winner. Taillon, Kade Hayes and Jon Snell had two hits each, with Hayes scoring two runs. For Tupper Lake, Griffin Shaheen blasted a two-run homer, had a single and scored three times. Owen Gonyea singled, doubled and scored two runs, Grant Godin had two base-knocks, and Jay Gagnon doubled.

EDWARDS-KNOX 12, MORRISTOWN 11
Edwards-Knox squared its record at 4-4, with a Cougars Senior Day walk-off with two seniors driving in the tying and game-winning runs. The Cougars opened a 3-0 lead in the first, but gave Morristown leads of 6-3 and 10-4 by the fifth inning. However, E-K bounced back with two runs in the fifth, three more in the sixth and three in the seventh – while holding the Rockets to one run – in manufacturing a Cougar victory. Seniors Cade Huckle knocked in the tying run, while fellow senior Kolby Barbarito’s hit walked it off. For E-K, Mason White stroked three hits with two runs scored, while Andrew Franklin provided three hits and another run scored. Jared Lottie and Barbarito delivered two hits each. For Morristown, Cooper Bennett scored four runs, with two walks and two hits. Tristin Simmons poked a double, a triple and added a run. Ethan Graveline scored two runs off a single and a double, while Addison Colby provided a single, triple and a run.

HEUVELTON 9, POTSDAM 4 (1ST GAME)
POTSDAM 10, HEUVELTON 2 (2ND GAME)

Potsdam opened the scoring with two runs in the first inning of Game 1, but Heuvelton rumbled back with three runs in the third and chipped away with runs in each of the remaining innings. Adam Calton held down the lead-off position with three of Heuvelton’s eight hits, with the rest spread among five hitters. Potsdam was held to four hits. In the nightcap, fortunes changed quickly as Potsdam put up four-spots in the first and second innings for an 8-0 lead. Will Roda pitched a four-hitter in the win. Trevor Bates scored three runs on three hits, Jake Glover crossed the plate three times, and Gredenn Griffon produced three hits and two runs.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 19, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 12
The Yellow Jackets bounced back from the Larries’ 10-run barrage in the third inning and an 11-2 hole, rallying for seven runs in the fourth, four in the fifth and three runs in the sixth inning to win. M-W’s Brody VanBuren scored four times on four hits and three RBIs. Matt Robinson added two runs on three hits and two RBIs, while Colby Beldock crossed the plate four times after two walks and a single, and Kaden Kingston had two hits, three RBIs and a run scored. For the Larries, Hayden Perkins and John Snyder smacked three hits, while Hadden Despaw and Wade Smith poked two hits.

 


 

Games of Week 4: May 24-30, 2021

 NCSN  Section X Baseball Scoreboard

SUNDAY, MAY 30, 2021

Non League
Lisbon 9, Potsdam 1 (1st game)
Lisbon 5, Potsdam 3 (2nd game)

 

FRIDAY, MAY 28, 2021

Central Division
Potsdam 7, Canton 6

 

THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2021

East Division
St. Lawrence Central 12, Chateaugay 2
Central Division
Gouverneur 1, Salmon River 0 (1st game)
Gouverneur 7, Salmon River 2 (2nd game)
Malone 8, Ogdensburg 3
West Division
Heuvelton 11, Hermon-DeKalb 2
Non League
Norwood-Norfolk 14, Potsdam 8

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 2021

East Division
Brushton-Moira 14, Parishville-Hopkinton 7 (1st)
Brushton-Moira 14, Parishville-Hopkinton 7 (2nd)

Tupper Lake 9, St. Lawrence Central 2
Central Division
Massena 14, Potsdam 0
Gouverneur 13, Canton 0
Malone 6, Salmon River 4
West Division
Lisbon 15, Hermon-DeKalb 1
Edwards-Knox 10, Madrid-Waddington 5

 

MONDAY, MAY 24, 2021

East Division
Brushton-Moira 10, St. Lawrence Central 6
Norwood-Norfolk 14, Chateaugay 0 (1st game)
Norwood-Norfolk 16, Chateaugay 1 (2nd game)
Central Division
Canton at Malone, ppd. to 6/3
Gouverneur 10, Potsdam 0
Massena 9, Ogdensburg 1
West Division
Morristown at Edwards-Knox, ppd.
Lisbon 15, Heuvelton 8
Non League
Madrid-Waddington 20, Tupper Lake 9

MAY 27: WILDCATS SWEEP; MALONE, N-N, LARRIES WIN

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 12, CHATEAUGAY 2
The Larries pounced for five runs in the first inning and three in the second, for an 8-0 lead on just two hits. St. Lawrence had just four hits for the game, capitalizing on six walks, five errors and 13 stolen bases. Wade Smith tossed a four-hitter with nine strikeouts. Hayden Perkins and Tyler Svarczkopf scored three runs each. Perkins and Dillon Bissonette delivered the RBIs in five-run first inning. Stephen Dwyer tripled, while Tyson Beaudin and Nolan Boyea singled in runs for Bulldogs.

GOUVERNEUR 1, SALMON RIVER 0 (1ST GAME)
GOUVERNEUR 7, SALMON RIVER 2 (2ND GAME)

In the first game, Wildcat ace Jared Wilson pitched a two-hit shutout. Kyle Gaumes singled and scored the game’s only run in the first inning for Gouverneur that only had five hits against Shamrock pitcher Caiden Cartier. In the second contest, the Wildcats broke away from a 4-2 lead with an insurance run in the fifth and two more in the sixth. Gaumes and Holden Stowell combined on the mound for the win. Gaumes had three hits, while Jared Wilson, Riley Shepherd, Nolan Reed and Gabe Wainwright collected two hits each. Zach Durant led Salmon River with a double, while Connor Lewis and Donovan Lauzon scored the runs. The Wildcats are 9-1. A sweep of the Blue Devils in a doubleheader next week would give Gouverneur its first Central Division title in 17 years.

MALONE 8, OGDENSBURG 3
Malone’s early runs and six shutout innings on the mound held up in beating OFA. The Huskies scored three runs in the second inning and four times in the third, en route to an 8-3 home win. The Blue Devils scored all of their runs in the sixth to climb back to 7-3. Logan Spaulding pitched the first six innings, giving up three earned runs, but allowing just five hits and striking out four. Patrick Poupore pitched a scoreless and hitless final frame in relief. Eli Race had three hits, while Harrison Hungerford and Jordan Perry had two hits each for Malone. Derek Barr poked two hits, while Shea Polniak drove in a pair of runs for Ogdensburg.

HEUVELTON 11, HERMON-DEKALB 2
After three scoreless innings, Heuvelton broke the 0-0 deadlock with four runs in the fourth, and three in the fifth and sixth frames. Luke Thornhill tossed a complete game five-hitter and struck out 12 Demons. H-D tallied a run in both the fifth and seventh innings on five total hits. Heuvelton was held hitless through three innings. Nate Mashaw swatted two hits and scored two runs, while Brandon Free finished with a double, a run scored and a stolen base for the Bulldogs. For H-D, Brad Doeer and Peyton Hamilton had a single each, while Hamilton stolen two bases and Doeer scored one of the runs.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 14, POTSDAM 8

In a seesaw affair early, the teams were tied 2-2 after the first inning, Potsdam led 5-4 after two, and 8-6 after 3.5 innings. However, the Sandstoners were held to just one hit over the final three innings, while the Flyers erupted for five runs in the fifth inning to seal the victory in the interdivisional contest. Noah Dominy collected three doubles, while Mike Richards, Bobby Voss and Tom Hopsicker all ripped two hits. Mike Hewey was N-N’s winning pitcher, but his roommate next year at Clarkson, Potsdam’s Will Roda, belted a solo home run off him to lead off the fourth inning.

MAY 24: WILDCATS ONE-HITTER, VOSS TOSSES SHORT NO-HIT

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 10, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 6
Deuces were wild for the Panthers, who score two runs in each of the first three innings, the sixth and the seventh innings. B-M held a 10-2 lead before the Larries scored four times and left the bases loaded – with the potential tying run at the plate to end the ball game on back-to-back strikeouts. A.J. Martin was the winning pitcher, with 6 1/3 innings pitched, 2 runs, 8 strikeouts and 4 walks. Dawson White went 2-for-3 with 3 runs scored. Gavin Allen and Justin Kennedy both were 2-for-5. Allen contributed two RBI’s, Kennedy four runs batted in. Wayne Palmer belted a homer. Hayden Despaw was the starter for St. Lawrence, striking out six batters and going 2-for-3 at the plate.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 14, CHATEAUGAY 0 (1ST GAME)
NORWOOD-NORFOLK 16, CHATEAUGAY 1 (2ND GAME)

In a shortened mercy-ruled first game, N-N’s Bobby Voss struck out his first 11 Bulldogs, then got his final 12th out in a grounder to shortstop, in pitching a four-inning no-hitter. A Flyer outpouring of seven runs in the second inning anchored the win. Mike Richards had three hits and two runs scored to lead N-N. In the second contest, The Bulldogs broke through for a run in the fourth inning against winning pitcher Thomas Hopsicker, who struck out eight and allowed just two hits in four innings. Max Richards tripled and came home to score the only run on a wild pitch. For N-N, five runs in the first and fourth innings fueled the victory. Noah Dominy had three hits and a run scored, while Hopsicker, Josh Jarvis and Caden St. Andrews cracked two hits each.

GOUVERNEUR 10, POTSDAM 0
Gouverneur freshman pitcher Holden Stowell allowed just one hit – a single to Luke Brossell in the fifth inning – struck out seven and pitched to just two batters over regulation, in guiding the Wildcats past Potsdam. The Wildcats paved the win with a run in the first and third innings, then a six-run outburst in the fourth. Gouverneur was led by Jared Wilson who stroked a single, double and triple and scored two runs; three hits by Gabe Wainwright; Kyle Gaumes with a single, double and two runs scored; and two hits by Nate Wood.

MASSENA 9, OGDENSBURG 1
Massena took advantage of its chances with three runs in the first, two in the second and four insurance runs in the sixth inning, despite only five hits off OFA pitching. However, hit batsmen, walks and errors frustrated the efforts of the young Blue Devil squad. Brendan Finnegan had a pair of singles to lead Massena, while Chris Paige, Tom McGregor and David Dubray each singled once. Ethan Firnstein scattered eight hits, struck out ten batters and gave up just one run in the third inning. The Raiders committed just one error. Mitch McCarthy and Derek Barr each singled twice for OFA.

LISBON 15, HEUVELTON 8
In a battle for supremacy in the West Division, both teams scored a run in the first and two more runs in the third. However, Lisbon broke away with four runs in the fourth, three in the fifth and sixth, and two more in the seventh, to remain undefeated at 7-0 and sweep the season series vs. the Bulldogs. The game was riddled with 11 errors. Jackson LaRock scored four runs on four hits and two RBIs to lead the Knights. Ben LaRock pitched the win, while collecting four hits, three runs and two RBIs. Tyler Gravlin, Trenton Williams and Storm Walker all had two hits. Jed Crayford led the Bulldogs with threre hits, two runs scored and an RBI. Luke Thornhill drove in two runs with a hit.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 20, TUPPER LAKE 9
A nine-run second inning and a seven-spot in the third fueled the Yellow Jackets win. Tupper Lake held a 7-1 advantage entering the bottom of the second, before the M-W outburst. Ben Averill socked four doubles, producing 7 RBIs for the Jackets. Kaden Kingston and Luke Lepage both drilled three hits. Logan Cordova was the winning pitcher in relief. For Tupper Lake, Jace Desmaris doubled and Owen Gonyea smacked an RBI single.

MAY 30: BIG INNINGS FOR LISBON HELP SWEEP POTSDAM

LISBON 9, POTSDAM 1 (1ST GAME)
LISBON 5, POTSDAM 3 (2ND GAME)

Lisbon used one big inning in both ends of a doubleheader at Potsdam in an Interdivisional Sunday matinee. Lisbon scored first in the second inning when Jackson LaRock belted a double to right, knocking in the game’s first two runs. He later scored two runs. Lisbon scored six runs in the fourth inning to win the opener 9-1.  Tyler Gravlin delivered a pair of hits and an RBI. For Potsdam, Mike Vadas scored the lone run after reaching on an error. Greydenn Griffin and Parker Canady had Potsdam’s two lone hits in the opener. In the nightcap, Jake Glover beats the tag at home, scoring on a wild pitch to give Potsdam a 1-0 lead. In the second, when a wild pitch bounced well away from home plate, Lisbon’s Isaac LaRock with heads-up, aggressive base-running scored all the way from second, tying the game 1-1. Potsdam regained the lead in the third when Vadas singled to drive in Will Roda from second. However, Lisbon would score four runs in the bottom of the third inning, keyed by singles from LaRock and Trenton Williams. The Knights were held to just four hits, two by LaRock, but prevailed 5-3. Glover had the only two-hit game for Potsdam, among the Sandstoners’ seven hits.

MAY 28: POTSDAM BARELY HOLDS ON TO BEAT CANTON

POTSDAM 7, CANTON 6
In a seesaw nail biter in Canton, the Golden Bears countered Potsdam’s two-run opening, with three in the bottom of the first. The game was knotted 4-4 after three innings. Potsdam pushed ahead 7-4 with a run in the fourth and two in the fifth, while allowing the Bears just one hit over the next three innings. But three errors in the seventh were nearly Potsdam’s undoing. The Bears tallied two runs with two outs, but Potsdam pitcher Will Roda struck out the final batter with bases loaded, leaving the tying and winning runs in scoring position. Roda struck out nine and allowed seven hits and one walk in complete-game win. He also drove in three of Potsdam’s seven runs. Mike Vedas rapped two hits, while Greyden Griffin scored two runs. Canton was led by Scotty Ahlfeld who collected three hits and scored three times, while Luke Wentworth had three hits and two RBIs.

MAY 26: MASSENA NO-HITS POTSDAM; E-K RALLY PAST M-W


Massena’s Christopher Paige (12) rips the ball past the Potsdam second baseman to earn a base hit and an RBI midway through the fourth inning.  Massena’s David Dubray and Zach Monacelli combined for another no hitter as the Raiders earned a 14-0 shutout victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)

Edwards-Knox’s Darrian Gavin (8) drives the ball into the gap between center and left fields for a base hit and sends a runner from first to third in the bottom of the second inning. The Yellowjackets jumped to a quick 4-0 start to end the first inning. However, the Cougars battled back to capture the 10-5 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 14, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 7 (1ST)
BRUSHTON-MOIRA 14, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 7 (2ND)

Brushton-Moira swept Parishville-Hopkinton by identical 14-7 scores to remain undefeated (8-0 East, 9-0 overall). Justin Kennedy pitched B-M to the win with 10 strikeouts and just five hits, adding three hits of his own at the plate in leading game one. Dawson White was the mound winner in game two and also contributed three hits and five RBIs to his own cause. Kennedy collected another three hits in the nightcap. Lawson Snell had the lone two-hit game for P-H in the first game, as the Panthers tried to rally with five runs in the fifth. Jeff Crump had the only two-hit game in the nightcap, as P-H tried to rally again with a five-run inning in the third.

TUPPER LAKE 9, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 2
Tupper Lake pitcher Grant Godin held the Larries to just two runs in the fourth inning, en route to a 9-2 win. Godin helped his own cause with a triple. The Lumberjacks built a 3-0 lead through three innings, before Godin settled in with shutout baseball over the final three innings. A four-run Jacks outburst in the sixth sealed the win. Jace Desmaris socked a solo home run, Griffin Shaheen had two hits including a double, while Jack Desmaris had a single, four stolen bases and scored two runs. For the Larries, Hadden Despaw and Dylan Bissonette singled and scored the lone runs.

MASSENA 14, POTSDAM 0
Massena’s David Dubray and Zack Monacelli combined to fire the Raiders’ second no-hitter of the season against the Sandstoners. Dubray, who struck out 10 batters in the five innings he ptiched. His starting battery mate, Monacelli relieved in the sixth. Chris Paige and Emery Deshaies each belted three hits, while Dubray and Brennin Snyder contributed two hits each for the Raiders.

GOUVERNEUR 13, CANTON 0
Gouverneur tallied twice in the first, then manufactured a five-run rally in the second and four more runs to close out the sixth in beating Canton. Connor Wood allowed just two hits and struck out 10, as he pitched to just two batters over regulation. Jared Wilson belted three home run, collected six RBIs and scored four times to lead the Wildcats. Kyle Gaumes laced two triples. For Canton, L Rayburn and Hazelton had the only two hits.

MALONE 6, SALMON RIVER 4
Malone nibbled away with a run in the third, two in the fourth and sixth, and a run in the seventh for the win. Salmon River held a 2-0 lead in the first, but the scoring went silent till they scored twice in the final at-bats and left the tying run at the plate in the final out. Brock Spaulding delivered two hits for Malone.  Rick Chatland ripped two hits for Salmon Rive..

LISBON 15, HERMON-DEKALB 1
Isaac LaRock was stellar on the mound, allowing just three hits and fanning 10 Demons in his first start of the season, while Tyler Gravlin had a great day at the plate going 4-for-4 with five RBIs in leading Lisbon to the win. The Golden Knights scored four runs in each of the first three innings, then three in the fourth, and took advantage of six H-D miscues. Jackson LaRock and Collin Parmeter both added two hits. David White, Billy Granger and Eli Tracy had the hits for Hermon-DeKalb.

EDWARDS-KNOX 10, MADRID-WADDINGTON 5
Madrid-Waddington built a 4-0 lead through the first two innings, but Edwards-Knox bounced back with a sting of hits to tie 4-4 by the end of the third. Three runs in each of the fourth and fifth innings sealed the win. Tyler Scott had three hits and scored a pair of runs in lead E-K. Andrew Franklin, Darrian Gavin, Mason White, Jared Lottie and Cade Huckle had two hits each. For Madrid-Waddington, seven players had one hit each, led by Logan Cordova belted a triple and scored a run.

 


 

Games of Week 3: May 17-22, 2021

 NCSN  Baseball Scoreboard

FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2021

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 7, Tupper Lake 6 (8 inns.)
Parishville-Hopkinton 18, Chateaugay 0 (1st)
Parishville-Hopkinton 13, Chateaugay 4 (2nd)
Central Division
Gouverneur 14, Malone 5
Potsdam 8, Ogdensburg 1
Massena 11, Salmon River 1
West Division
Lisbon 13, Morristown 2
Madrid-Waddington 11, Hermon-DeKalb 0

 

THURSDAY, MAY 20, 2021

Central Division
Malone 15, Potsdam 5
West Division
Heuvelton 14, Edwards-Knox 10

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 2021

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton at Tupper Lake, ppd. to 6/1
Norwood-Norfolk 20, St. Lawrence Central 15
Central Division
Massena 12, Canton 2
Salmon River 15, Ogdensburg 2
West Division
Edwards-Knox 9, Hermon-DeKalb 1
Non League
Brushton-Moira 11, Malone 6

 

TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2021

East Division
Tupper Lake 14, Chateaugay 0 (1st game)
Tupper Lake 13, Chateaugay 0 (2nd game)

 

MONDAY, MAY 17, 2021

East Division
Brushton-Moira 30, Chateaugay 2
St. Lawrence Central 14, Parishville-Hopkinton 3
Central Division
Canton 14, Ogdensburg 2
Salmon River 7, Potsdam 2
Massena 4, Gouverneur 1 (1st game)
Gouverneur 11, Massena 10 (2nd game)
West Division
Heuvelton 10, Edwards-Knox 8
Lisbon 19, Madrid-Waddington 3
Morristown at Hermon-DeKalb, ppd.

may 17-18: heuvy edges e-k; raiders split with cats

TUPPER LAKE 14, CHATEAUGAY 0 (1ST GAME)
TUPPER LAKE 13, CHATEAUGAY 0 (2ND GAME)
In the first game, visiting Tupper Lake jumped out quickly with five runs in each of the first two inning, followed by two runs in each of the next two frames. Grant Godin had a pair of doubles, while Owen Whitman singled twice. In the second game, Tupper Lake chipped away for a run in first, another in the second, then opened the game with three in the third and eight runs in the fourth inning. Griffin Shaheen and Jace Desmaris each scored two runs and hit three singles. Chateaugay’s Nolan Boyea spoiled Tupper Lake’s no-hit bids in both games with a lone single in each contest.
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BRUSHTON-MOIRA 30, CHATEAUGAY 2

The Panthers scored in every inning, including 16 runs in the middle two innings. White and Allen scored five times each, while Kennedy rapped six hits and Martin drove in five runs. Pitcher Martin got the first 14 outs by strikeouts, before ending the game with an infield ground out on the 15th out. Chateaugay scored both of its runs in the fourth inning.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 14, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 3
Hayden Perkins fanned 13 Panthers, allowing just three runs on five hits to gain the mound win. He also aided his own cause with two hits, including a double and an RBI. Hayden Despaw also had three hits and an RBI, while Dylan Bissonette contributed three hits. For P-H, Cade Hayes smashed a solo home run in the first inning. Luke Snell collected two hits.

CANTON 14, OGDENSBURG 2
The Golden Bears jumped ahead with four runs in the first, three runs in the second and the other seven runs in the third inning. Sam Roiger had two sngles and three runs scored. Scotty Ahfeld ripped a double and scored twice. Lane Rayburn had two base-knocks and a run scored. Gannon Kelly and Ryan Warchol scored runs in the Blue Devils final at-bats in the fifth.

SALMON RIVER 7, POTSDAM 2
Potsdam clung to a 1-0 lead still the top of the fifth, when Salmon River bats came alive for four runs, when three insurance scores in the seventh. Chase Lewis led the Shamrocks with two runs and two hits. Luke Miller also scored twice. For Potsdam, lead off batter Will Roda scored both runs on one hit, while Jake Glover cracked two hits.

MASSENA 4, GOUVERNEUR 1 (1ST GAME)
GOUVERNEUR 11, MASSENA 10 (2ND GAME)

Emery Deshais stroked a two-out, two-run single in the third inning for the game winning hit, as the Raiders prevailed 4-1 in the first game. Zach Monacelli and winning pitcher David Dubray each slashed a double. In the nightcap, Gouverneur bounced back from a 7-1 hole with a 10-run rally in the fourth inning. The Raiders scored two runs in the sixth to cut the Wildcat lead to 11-10, but left the bases loaded at the final out. Kyle Gaumes, Gabe Wainwright and Caden Storie each scored two runs on two hits.

HEUVELTON 10, EDWARDS-KNOX 8
In a seesaw battle, the Cougars scored twice in the top of the first and built a 4-1 lead in the second. Heuvelton scored four runs, with three singles, a walk and three errors. E-K tied the game with a run in the fifth, then retook the lead three runs in the sixth on Jared Lottie’s RBI single. Lottie also went the distance on the mound for the Cougars. Matt Basford stroked a two RBI single, as the Larries bounced back from an 8-6 deficit to scored four times in the walk-off seventh inning.

LISBON 19, MADRID-WADDINGTON 3
Lisbon pounded out nine runs in the first inning, then four more scores in the second and fourth innings to dominate the Yellow Jackets. Isaac LaRock and Griffin Walker both nailed three hits and scored twice to lead the Golden Knights. Lucas and Tyler Gravlin, Ben LaRock and Jayden Williams drove in three runs each. Madrid-Waddington scored all three runs in the fourth inning. Lisbon pitcher Griffin Walker held M-W to just three hits for the game.

 


MAY 21: P-H SWEEPS; FLYERS RALLY; MAYETTE NO-HITTER

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 7, TUPPER LAKE 6 (8 INNS.)
Tupper Lake scored early, but Norwood-Norfolk scored late in the game, forcing extra innings, then pulling off a 7-6 come-from-behind victory. The Lumberjacks built a 6-2 lead through 5½ innings, but the Flyers tallied two runs in the sixth and seventh innings to tie. Caden St. Andrews scored the game-winning run after walking, stealing second, then scoring on Mike Richards’ RBI double. Tom Hopsicker and Brendan Bombard rapped two hits each for the Flyers. Griffin Shaheen and Jayden Farnsworth had the two hits for Tupper Lake.

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 18, CHATEAUGAY 0 (1ST)
PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 13, CHATEAUGAY 4 (2ND)

The Panthers piled up four runs in the second, two in the third, then 12 runs while batting around twice in the fourth inning in the first game. Jon Snell had three hits and Lawson Snell had two hits to lead the Panthers. Pitcher Conor Taillon twirled a two hitter and pitched to just two batters over regulation. In the second game, the Panthers punched up five runs in the first, then added four more in the second inning to propel the sweep. Kade Hayes, Cody Yette and Conner Hendershot all scored twice for the Panthers. Ethen Green had two hits and Nolan Boyer had a hit for Chateaugay.

POTSDAM 8, OGDENSBURG 1
Potsdam chipped away for runs in each of the first five innings, with a three-run second inning. Greydenn Griffin led the Sandstoners with a single, triple and two runs scored. Jake Glover lashed a pair of hits. Ogdensburg scored in the sixth inning when Aaron Ellis led off with a double and Kaleb Spears later singled him home. McCarthy and Mitchell had two hits each for OFA.

MASSENA 11, SALMON RIVER 1
The Raiders scored twice in the first when their lead off batters, Chris Paige and Tom McGregor scored on Emery Deshais’ single and Brennin Snyder’s sacrifice fly. Massena added three runs in each of the third, fifth and sixth innings to secure their seventh win (7-2). Zach Monacelli scored three times on three hits and a walk. Snyder collected two hits including a double and three runs scored. David Dubray picked up the mound win, allowing just one Shamrock hit. The lone Salmon River run came in the fifth inning when Patrick Ghostlaw walked to lead off and later scored.

LISBON 13, MORRISTOWN 2
The undefeated Golden Knights rode to their sixth-straight win (6-0) on the strength of a pair of five-run innings in the fourth and fifth. Jayden Williams scored two runs on two hits and delivered four RBIs for the Knights. Tyler Gravlin added two hits, a run and an RBI. Jackson LaRock had one hit and two runs batted in. For Morristown, which held the game to 1-1 through two innings, Kade Marshall and Cooper Bennett each scored a run on one hit.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 11, HERMON-DEKALB 0
Jacob Mayette dealt a no-hitter (in five innings, mercy rule) in anchoring the Yellow Jackets win. Mayette struck out five batters, while allowing two walks, two batters hit by pitch and one runner on an error. Hermon-DeKalb threatened to score in the fourth inning with runners at second and third, but Mayette got one batter to fly out and another to strike out, to get out of the jam. Madrid-Waddington also produced three hits at the plate, but capitalized on 14 walks. Logan Cordova belted a triple, while Luke LePage had a single and two RBIs. Colby Beldock stroked a double for an RBI.

GOUVERNEUR 14, MALONE 5
After a 3-3 tie early, Gouverneur scored six times in the second inning, and Wildcat pitching retired the last 12 Huskies in a row to end the game. Gouverneur's Kyle Gaumes stroked three singles, walked and scored three times, while Connor Wood reached base four times and also scored three runs.  Nolan Reed cracked two doubles and a single and scored twice.  Jared Wilson socked a single, double and an RBI.   Brock Spaulding had two hits and a sacrifice RBI for Malone.

MAY 20: HEUVELTON OUTLASTS E-K; MALONE TOPS POTSDAM

MALONE 15, POTSDAM 5
Malone rallied from a 4-1 deficit in the third inning, with five runs in the third, then three runs in each of the fourth, fifth and sixth innings to beat Potsdam 15-5 and square the Huskies’ record at 3-3. Malone pounded out 15 hits, including four hits, four runs scored and six RBIs by Dominic St. Hilaire. Logan Spaulding rapped three hits, scored three times and knocked in a run. Eli Race also contributed three RBIs on two hits. Jordan Perry was the winning pitcher, allowing just three earned runs and striking out six. Harrison Hungerford pitched the final five outs and gave up no runs. Potsdam’s five hits were scattered among five batters, while Greydenn Griffin drove in two of the five runs.

HEUVELTON 14, EDWARDS-KNOX 10
Down 14-5 in the final inning, an Edwards-Knox rally for five runs came up short in the final inning. The Bulldogs raced out to a 12-1 lead through the first three-and-a-half innings, but E-K bounced back with nine runs over the final four frames. Jed Crayford smacked three hits, including a double, and scored two runs. Brandon Pray added three hits, a walk and three runs scored. Matt Basford had three hits, a double and one run scored. For the Cougars, Jared Lottie and Cade Huckle each tallied three hits, Andrew Franklin delivered two hits including a double and two runs scored. Mason White and Josh Ellis both rapped two hits.

 MAY 19: FLYERS SURVIVE SLUGFEST; E-K BEATS H-D

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 20, ST. LAWRENCE 15
After the Flyers rounded up 12 runs in the top of the third, the Larries did not give in. St. Lawrence Central answered immediately with eight runs in the bottom of the inning to claw back to 12-9. And the slugfest was on. A four-run sixth inning pushed N-N ahead 19-9 to ensure the eventual win. Mike Richards supplied three hits, including two doubles and two RBIs, while starting pitcher Noah Dominy provided three runs, three hits including a pair of doubles and three RBIs. John Snyder and Hayden Perkins also rapped three hits for the Larries.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 11, MALONE 6
Brushton-Moira rallied for seven runs in the fourth inning to build an 8-1 lead, before Malone rallied for five runs the next inning. However, Panther pitching held the Huskies scoreless over the final two innings. Ken Supernault cracked two hits for the Panthers who remain unbeaten atop the East. Dominic St. Hilaire went 4-for-4 in the cleanup spot for Malone.

MASSENA 12, CANTON 1

Visiting Canton opened the game with a run, but Massena countered with two runs, then five more in the second inning to set the table for the win. Connor Terry and Nate Eastwood both blasted home runs in leading Massena past Canton. David Dubray, Zack Monacelli and Emery Deshaies also collected two hits apiece for the Raiders, who improved to 6-2, in a three-way battle atop the Central Division with Gouverneur and Salmon River, both 4-1. Scott Ahlfeld delivered three hits to lead the Golden Bears.

SALMON RIVER 15, OFA 2
Salmon River scored four runs in each of the first two innings in setting the tone against OFA. Luke Miller slammed four hits to lead the Shamrocks (4-1) who kept pace with Gouverneur (4-1) and head of Massena by percentage points. Caiden Cartier provided three hits and Kade Cook banged out two hits for the Shamrocks. Ogdensburg scored both its runs in the third inning, with just two hits for the game.

EDWARDS-KNOX 9, HERMON-DEKALB 1
The Cougars chipped away with a run in the first, two in the third and a decisive five runs in the fourth inning in beating the Green Demons. Erich Lottie stroked three hits and Tyler Scott collected two hits for the Cougars. H-D prevented the shutout by scoring its lone run in the seventh, when Brad Doerr doubled and later scored.

 


 

Games of Week 2: May 10-15, 2021

 NCSN  Baseball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2021

East Division
Brushton-Moira 12, Norwood-Norfolk 1
Central Division
Massena 14, Malone 1
Canton 8, Salmon River 7

 

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2021

West Division
Lisbon 22, Edwards-Knox 0
Non League
Potsdam 26, St. Lawrence Central 12

 

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2021

East Division
Brushton-Moira 15, Tupper Lake 5
Parishville-Hopkinton 8, Norwood-Norfolk 6 (1st )
Norwood-Norfolk 6, Parishville-Hopkinton 5 (2nd)
St. Lawrence Central 14, Chateaugay 2
Central Division
Malone 13, Ogdensburg 3
Canton 21, Potsdam 10
West Division
Heuvelton 11, Hermon-DeKalb 3
Morristown 25, Madrid-Waddington 15
Non League
Gouverneur 8, Carthage 4

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 2021

East Division
Tupper Lake 13, St. Lawrence Central 7
Central Division
Gouverneur 8, Canton 3
Massena 5, Potsdam 0
West Division
Madrid-Waddington 6, Edwards-Knox 2
Heuvelton 14, Morristown 4

 

MONDAY, MAY 10, 2021

East Division
Brushton-Moira 12, Tupper Lake 2
West Division
Lisbon 20, Hermon-DeKalb 2
Heuvelton 17, Madrid-Waddington 7
Non League
Massena 15, Norwood-Norfolk 3

may 12: massena's dubray fires no-hitter; m-w wins

MASSENA 5, POTSDAM 0
The third time was the charm for David Aubrey. The Massena ace was within one out of a perfect game, and one out away from a no-hitter in separate games last week. Dubray dished a no-hitter and struck out 13, while just one Sandstoner reached on an error, preventing a perfect game a second time. Massena scored a pair of runs in the first and third innings, as Chris Paige and Tom McGregor scored both times. Paige led off the Massena half of the first with a home run. Nate Eastwood scored the other run, following a walk in the sixth inning.

TUPPER LAKE 13, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 7
Tupper Lake pounded out seven runs in the second inning, including a two-run single by Owen Gonyea, followed by a three-run homer from freshman Griffin Shaheen over the fence in rightfield and onto the lacrosse field where a game was also underway. Ryley Hill also had a pair of singles. St. Lawrence Central scored five runs in the bottom of the second to cut Tupper’s lead to 7-6, courtesy of a wild pitch and four walks, all with the bases loaded. Hayden Perkins collected three of the Larries’ five hits.

GOUVERNEUR 8, CANTON 3
Canton scored all three of its runs on four hits in the third inning to take a 3-2 lead, before Wildcat pitching retired the final 16 batters in a row. At the top of the batting order, Tanner Hazleton had two hits for the Golden Bears. Gouverneur scored two in the second, two more in the fourth to regain the lead 4-3, then added four insurance runs in the fifth inning. Gabriel Wainwright had three hits, scored three times and drove in two runs to pace the Cats. Jared Wilson walked three times and scored twice.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 6, EDWARDS-KNOX 2
Two runs in the first and two more in the second were all that Madrid-Waddington would need in a 6-2 over the Cougars. Logan Cordova and Ben Averill paced the Yellow Jackets with two hits each. Cordova and Luke LePage each produces two RBIs. The Cougars were held to just four hits, including two hits from Mason White, who also scored a run.

HEUVELTON 14, MORRISTOWN 4
The Bulldogs blew open a 4-0 lead with six runs in the third inning to beat the Rockets. Jordan Sawyer paced Heuvelton batters with two hits and three runs scored. Jed Crayford drove in three runs. Brandon Pray swiped three bases and scored three times. Morristown notched two runs each in the fourth and fifth innings. Tristin Simmons and C. Bennett stroked two hits each for the Rockets.

may 10: big-inning rallies bring lopsided victories

MASSENA 15, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 3
After a close 2-1 start through five innings, Massena sent 13 batters to the plate and scored eight runs in the sixth inning, then batted around for another five runs, in defeating the Flyers in an Interdivisional game. In the top of the first, Massena's Brennin Snyder skied a sacrifice fly to right field. Chris Paige tagged and scored. The Flyers capped the inning with a big play at the plate when Zach Monacelli singled to left. Flyers' relay esd up the line, but pitcher Bobby Voss dove to put the tag on Tom McGregor coming to the plate to keep the score 1-0. Bottom of the first, Voss hits a high infield chop, the play to first allows the run to score, tying the game 1-1. In the second, Mason Phillips singled up the middle, plating David Dubray. The Flyers prevented a second run when McGregor nubbed the ball to the infield. Gavin Phillips barehanded at third base and fired low to first, but Mike Hewey handled the bouncing throw for the third out. The score remained the same at 2-1, until the explosive final two innings. For the Raiders, Emery Deshaies rapped three hits, including a homer, David Dubray, Brendan Finnegan and Mason Phillips all finished with two hits. Ethan Firnstein struck out 10 Flyers, while allowing just three hits.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 12, TUPPER LAKE 2
Brushton-Moira rolled out three runs in each of the first two innings, added two runs in the fourth, then added four more in the fourth to fashion the win. Ajay Martin gained the mound win, holding Tupper Lake to just two hits – a double and a single by Grant Godin. Justin Kennedy and Lucas Bush led the Panthers with two hits each.

LISBON 20, HERMON-DEKALB 2
Lisbon pounded out 18 runs is just the second inning alone, literally the difference in the game in a 20-2 win. Griffin Walker was the winning pitcher with four strikeouts through four innings pitched. He also aided his won cause with two hits, four runs scored and an RBI. Storm Walker also stroked three hits and scored two, while Jack LaRock cracked two hit and collected two RBIs. Ben LaRock knocked in four runs. Jayden Williams added two hits, three runs and two RBIs. The Demons were held to six singles, scattered between Dave White, Andrew Matthews, Matt Guarino, Peyton Hamilton, Cody Delorme and Caleb Murcray.

HEUVELTON 17, MADRID-WADDINGTON 7
A six-run third inning and a seven-run fifth inning propelled Heuvelton to the win. Madrid-Waddington also had a big inning with five of their seven runs in the fifth. The Bulldogs were led by Adam Calton with a triple and two singles, while pitching into the fifth inning for the win. Jed Crawford scorched a triple and singled for Heuvelton. Jacob Martin, Lucas Thornhill and Hayden Knauf all had a double and a single. Madrid-Waddington was led by Nick Beldock and Brody VanBuren who both had two hits.

may 15: canton rallies for five runs & walkoff win

CANTON 8, SALMON RIVER 7
The Golden Bears scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to walk off with the home win, dealing the Shamrocks their first loss (2-1). The Bears started the inning with five straight batters who reached safely, taking advantage of two stolen bases, a hit batter and three errors to tie. Nathaniel Romano, who came into the game in the fifth inning, lifted a sacrifice fly to centerfield to plate Erich Zuhlsdorf with the game-winning walk-off run. Colby Young delivered three hits and an RBI to lead Canton. Salmon River opened the game with two runs in the first inning, but managed just one run over the next four innings. Three runs in the sixth inning opened a 6-1 Shamrock lead. Donovan Lauzon doubled, tripled and scored a run to lead the Shamrocks.

MASSENA 14, MALONE 1
Massena hurler Zack Monacelli struck out 14 Huskies and induced one infield ground out to second base in a mercy-ruled five-inning contest. Monacelli struck out the side in the first and second innings. After a lead-off error in the third, struck out the next three batters. Malone scored its lone run on back-to-back doubles by Jordan Perry and Dominic St. Hilaire in the fourth inning, the only two hits Monacelli would relinquish. He then struck out the side in the fifth to end the game. The Red Raiders (4-1) provided plenty of run support with three runs in the first, another in the third, four in the fourth and six in the decisive fifth inning. Monacelli also delivered three singles to aid the cause. Chris Paige had a single, double and scored three runs. David Dubray had a single and a double.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 12, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 1
Dawson White struck out nine Flyers and held Norwood-Norfolk to just one run, on three hits in fashioning a 12-1 win, improving the Panthers to 4-0 atop the East Division. White got plenty of run support in a game that started out as a pitcher’s duel. Flyers’ pitcher Tom Hopsicker allowed only a walk in the first three innings and led 1-0, before Brushton-Moira erupted for 10 runs in the fourth frame. Justin Kennedy, Ken Supernault, Ajay Martin and Lucas Bushey all had hits that produced two RBIs in the big inning. Norwood-Norfolk scored in the third inning, after Mike Richards reached on an error, advanced on a stolen base and another error.

may 14: LISBON DOMINATES
E-K;   POTSDAM WINS BIG

LISBON 22, EDWARDS-KNOX 0
Lisbon piled up eight runs in both the first and second innings, while cracking 20 hits and playing errorless defense, in rolling to a 4-0 start to the season. Lisbon’s Ben LaRock produced four runs on four hits and delivered four RBIs. Isaac LaRock, Jackson LaRock, Tyler Gravlin and Trenton Williams all stroked three hits. Ben and Isaac LaRock, along with freshman Lucas Gravlin’s varsity pitching debut, held the Cougars to just three hits. Edwards-Knox’s Tyler Scott, Erich Lottie and Darrian Gavin had one hit each.

POTSDAM 26, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 12
Potsdam’s Graydenn Griffin drove in five runs with four hits, including a triple and scored four runs to lift the Sandstoners in the interdivisonal contest. Will Roda added three hits, including a homer, triple and double, with four RBIs and five runs scored. Austin Washburn was the winning pitcher. For St. Lawrence Central, Wade Smith collected two hits and four RBIs and Hayden Despaw had two base-knocks and two RBIs.

may 13: FLYERS & P-H SPLIT; ROCKETS WIN FIRST GAME

PARISHVILLE-HOPK. 8, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 6 (1ST GAME)
NORWOOD-NORFolk 6, PARISHVILLE-HOPK. 5 (2ND GAME)

In Game 1 of two five-inning contests, the Panthers spotted the Flyers two runs in the top of the first, then carved out a five-run rally in the bottom of the frame. N-N closed the gap to 6-4 in the third, before P-H put the game away with two runs in the fourth. K. Hayes walked and scored twice, while Lucas Snell stroked a double. In the second game, the Panthers spotted the Flyers with a run in the first, but countered with two runs in the bottom of the inning. N-N scored four times in the third inning to take a 5-2 lead, only to find the Panthers rally again. Two runs crossed the plate in the final inning, to cut the lead to 6-5, but P-H left the tying run at second base as the game ended. Mason Phillips walked twice, reached on an error and scored all three times, while Bobby Voss singled and scored a run for N-N.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 15, TUPPER LAKE 5
The Panthers chipped two runs in the first, one in the second and three in the third inning, before erupting for seven runs in the fourth inning to seal the win. Gavin Allen produced four hits and three runs. Justin Kennedy had two RBIs. Tupper Lake scored four times in the third inning to take a temporary lead at 4-3. Jace Desmaris was one of four players with one hit each. He scored twice.

HEUVELTON 11, HERMON-DEKALB 3
Matt Basford and Andrew Calton combined on a four-hitter for the Bulldogs. Heuvelton gained a 5-1 lead in the bottom of the first, the dished up three runs in the third and two more in the fourth to secure the win. Jordan Sawyer paced the Dogs with three singles, two RBIs and two runs scored. Calton aided his own pitching efforts with a double, single, two RBIs and two runs. Jed Crawford, Nate Mashaw and Hayden Knauf all singled twice. For Hermon-DeKalb, pitcher Andrew Matthews doubled and singled, while Cody Delorme cracked an RBI single. Randy Durham had the other hit.

MORRISTOWN 25, MADRID-WADDINGTON 15
After suffering three lopsided losses to start the season, the Green Rocket bats came alive for 25 runs against the Yellow Jackets. After giving up five runs in the top of the first tinning and falling into an 11-0 hole, the Rockets piled up 10 runs in the third inning to turn the tide. Nine more insurance runs crossed the plate in the sixth inning. In the stunning offensive, Macaulay Ritchie and Kade Marshall each connecting for grand slams, while Marshall and Jarred Youngs contributed six RBIs. For Madrid-Waddington, Tanor Harvey and Brody VanBuren each contributed two singles and a double. Harvey had four RBIs and VanBuren three RBIs. Logan Cordova stroked a pair of singles.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 14, CHATEAUGAY 2
St. Lawrence Central bounced back from its loss to Tupper Lake on Wednesday, with a big win over Chateaugay in the Bulldogs’ season opener. After Chateaugay scored a run in each of the first two innings, with Bulldog runners reached on walks and hits-by-pitch, Larries pitcher Wade Smith settled in to complete a no-hitter and retire the Bulldogs the rest of the way. Zach Lyon went 3-for-3 and scored three runs to lead the Larries.

MALONE 13, OGDENSBURG 3
A pair of four-run innings boosted the Malone Huskies past Ogdensburg, behind the four-hit pitching of Jordan Perry. Perry struck out 10 Blue Devils, en route to the victory. Logan Spaulding collected a pair of doubles, while Harrison Hungerson singled twice and crossed the plate four times for the Huskies. O.F.A. Pitcher Kaleb Spears struck out 12 and provided a single, while Mitchel McCarthy, Corbin Durham and Ryan Mitchell each singled for the Blue Devils.

CANTON 21, POTSDAM 10
A late-innings comeback paced the Golden Bears in their first win of the season. Potsdam bounced back from an early 4-0 deficit with a run in the third and seven runs in the fourth, but could not seal the deal. Eleven runs over the last two innings brought Canton the win. Scotty Ahlfeld led the Bears with three runs on six hits, including a double and a triple. Tanner Hazleton and Sam Roger also ripped three hits each. Will Roda and Adam Dimarco each had two hits for Potsdam.

 


 

Games of Week 1: May 3-8, 2021

 NCSN  Baseball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MAY 8, 2021

Non League
Parishville-Hopkinton at Potsdam , ppd.

 

FRIDAY, MAY 7, 2021

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 16, Tupper Lake 9
Central Division
Malone 7, Canton 3
Gouverneur 7, Potsdam 2
Massena 5, Ogdensburg 0
West Division
Lisbon 12, Heuvelton 2
Non League
Madrid-Waddington 18, Parishville-Hopkinton 15

 

THURSDAY, MAY 6, 2021

East Division
Brushton-Moira 13, St. Lawrence Central 6
Central Division
Gouverneur 5, Malone 1
West Division
Madrid-Waddington 15, Hermon-DeKalb 14
Edwards-Knox 24, Morristown 4

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 2021

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk at Tupper Lake, ppd. to 6/7
Central Division
Salmon River 3, Massena 2
Potsdam 14, Ogdensburg 2
West Division
Lisbon 22, Morristown 1
Edwards-Knox at Hermon-DeKalb, ppd. to 6/3

 

TUESDAY, MAY 4, 2021

East Division
Tupper Lake 5, Parishville-Hopkinton 3
Non League
Massena at Carthage, ppd.

 

MONDAY, MAY 3, 2021

East Division
Tupper Lake at Parishville-Hopkinton, ppd.
Norwood-Norfolk 10, St. Lawrence Central 0
Central Division
Massena 9, Canton 0
Potsdam 8, Malone 2
Salmon River 12, Ogdensburg 5
West Division
Heuvelton 6, Madrid-Waddington 3

may 6: m-w outlasts h-d; Gouverneur, brushton win

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 13, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 6
The Panthers plated three runs in the first and fifth innings, with a four-run third frame, in downing the Larries. Justin Kennedy scored four runs on four hits and six RBIs to pace Brushton-Moira. Dawson White produced two runs on three hits. Wayne Palmer III notched a run on three hits and two RBIs. The Larries scored four of their six runs in the fifth inning to get as close as 8-5. Hayden Despaw, John Snyder and Nathaniel LaBrake cranked two hits each.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 15, HERMON-DEKALB 14
Madrid-Waddington scored five runs in the first two innings, but the Green Demons erupted for eight run in their half of the second. Down 10-5 after three innings, the Yellow Jackets manufactured four runs in the fourth and three runs in each of the sixth and seventh innings to gain a 15-13 advantage. The Demons scored a run in their last at-bats, but stranded the tying run at third to end the ball game. Matt Robinson and Logan Cordova cracked two hits and scored three times each to lead the Jackets. For the Demons, David White notched three runs on three hits and Murcray had a single, two walks and three runs scored.

GOUVERNEUR 5, MALONE 1
Wildcat ace Jared Wilson allowed just one earned run on two hits, struck out 15 and walked just three, in anchoring the Gouverneur win. The Cats made the best of just three hits, as well, chipping away with single runs in the first, third and fifth innings to build a 3-0 lead. The Huskies countered with their lone run in the bottom of the fifth. Gouverneur added two insurance runs in the seventh inning to seal the win. Jordan Perry and Harrison Hungerford allowed just rhree hits and two earned runs. Kyle Gaumes (who scored four of the five Wildcat runs), Connor Wood and Gabriel Wainwright had the only hits for Gouverneur. Perry and L Spaulding produced the only hits for Malone.

EDWARDS-KNOX 24, MORRISTOWN 4
The Cougars score big in each of the first four innings in hammering out a 24-4 win, highlighted by six runs in the top of the first inning and a nine-spot in the fourth frame. In the middle of the lineup, Andrew Franklin and Mason White both rapped three hits, drew a walk and scored four times. Darrian Gavin also had three hits, a sacrifice and scored four times. Morristown scored a run in the second and three runs in the fifth inning. Kade Marshall had a single and run scored.

RESULTS OF MAY 4, 2021

TUPPER LAKE 5, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 3
Tupper Lake got the early lead and chipped away for runs in the first, third and fourth innings, in topping Parishville-Hopkinton 5-3. G. Godin had a pair of hits and a run scored to lead the Lumberjacks. The Panthers were led by Jeff Snell who reached base three times on hits-by-pitch and scored twice.

may 3: dubray pitches near perfect win vs. canton

MASSENA 9, CANTON 0
Massena's David Dubray came within one batter of a perfect game, giving up the lone hit to Scotty Ahlfeld with two out in the final inning to settle for a one-hitter.  Massena beat Canton 9-0.  Dubray struck out 13 batters and walked none, while retiring the first 20 batters he faced.  After neither team went scoreless and hitless in the first two innings, Massena scored first when Terry Connor laid down a successful squeeze bunt with Chris Paige scoring.   Tom McGregor then went up the middle, but the play is juggled at second, allown Mason Phillips to score from third.  Massena added two more runs in the third and broke the game open with five runs in the fourth.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 10, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0
Pitchers Bobby Voss and Mike Hewey combined for a no-hitter in leading the Flyers to their season-opening win. Voss struck out 11 Larries and aided his own cause with two doubles and three RBIs. Mike Richards also stroked three hits, while Gavin Phillips had a pair of singles. The Flyers took command early by pouncing on Larries’ pitching for three runs in the first and four more in the second inning, then adding three more runs in the fifth.

HEUVELTON 6, MADRID-WADDINGTON 3
After Madrid-Waddington’s two lead off batters reached base and scored for a 2-0 lead, Heuvelton’s first five batters all reached base – three on walks and two on singles – then scored all in the first inning, before the pitchers settled in. Brandon Pray collected two hits and two RBIs to lead the Bulldogs. Logan Cordova lined two hits for the Jackets.

POTSDAM 8, MALONE 2
A pair of runs in each of the first two innings led the Sandstoners to a season-opening win over Malone. Potsdam pitchers Jake Glover (WP), Will Roda and Austin Washburn combined in a two hitter. Greydenn Griffin cracked to hits to produce two RBIs, while Glover had two singles and an RBI. Luke Brosell also singled to drive in a run. Harrison Hungerford led the Huskies with two hits.

SALMON RIVER 12, OGDENSBURG 5
Salmon River produced four runs in each of the first, third and seventh innings, and ace Conner Lewis held the reins on OFA, striking out eight, in guiding the Shamrocks to an opening-day win. Donovan Lauzon led Salmon River with two hits. Ogdensburg was led by Kaleb Spears who doubled and Corbin Durham who singled and scored two runs.

Gouverneur wins 7-2 over potsdam sandstoners


Gouverneur's Nolan Reynolds (8) slides across home plate, just beating out the tag from Potsdam pitcher Jake Glover (14) to score and extend the lead to 5-1 over the Sandstoners on the fourth inning. The Wildcats picked up the 7-2 victory over Potsdam.  (Cody Jenne photo)

MALONE'S QUICK START LIFTS HUSKIES PAST CANTON 7-3


Malone's Brock Spaulding (15) drives the ball into centerfield for a base hit and to move a runner to third base in the first inning. The Huskies jumped to a 4-0 lead in the first inning and held off the Golden Bears for a 7-3 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)

may 7: salmon outduels massena; lisbon wins big

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 16, TUPPER LAKE 9
The Flyers scored five runs in the second inning to gain a 7-0 lead, but Tupper Lake bounced back for five runs in the bottom of the frame. N-N’s three runs in the third provided the margin needed for the win. Bobby Voss cranked four hits, while Mike Richards had three hits for the Flyers. Tupper Lake was led by Jack Desmarais who provided three hits.

MALONE 7, CANTON 3
Malone tallied four runs in the first inning, then cruised to a 7-3 win. Canton scored all three runs in their final inning. For Malone, Patrick Poupore and Jordan Perry posted two singles each. Nate Romaine had a two-RBI triple.

GOUVERNEUR 7, POTSDAM 2
Gouverneur scored five of its seven runs on passed balls and mis-throws to the plate. Leading 2-1, the Cats scored three runs in the fourth inning to secure the win. Kyle Gaumes delivered two runs on three hits to lead the Wildcats. Potsdam scored its runs in the third and sixth innings. After Chris Jones misses on strike three, on the putout to first base, Trevor Bates scored all the way from second base, cutting the Wildcat lead to 2-1. Greydenne Griffin dropped a base hit down the rightfield line, allowing Jake Glover to score the other run.

MASSENA 5, OGDENSBURG 0
David Dubrey pitched his second one-hitter of the week, and for the second time in a row, the lone hit for the opposition came with just one out remaining in the game. Dubrey had 19 K’s in 21 outs against the Blue Devils. The Raiders scored two runs in the third and three runs in the fifth inning for the win. Chris Paige and Connor Terry both stroked two hits each. Corbin Durham broke up the no-hitter with a single in the seventh inning.

LISBON 12, HEUVELTON 2
Lisbon scored in every inning. The game was tied 2-2 after one inning, but the Knights tagged on 10 unanswered runs with two in the second inning, three in the third, one in the fourth and four in the fifth inning. For Lisbon, Ben LaRock pounded out three hits, three runs and three RBIs. Griffin Walker netted one run, one hit and two RBIs. For Heuvelton, Jordan Sawyer collected one hit, one run and one RBI.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 18, PARISHVILLE-HOPK. 15
The Jackets scored six runs in the second inning to open a 9-0 lead, before the Panthers rallied back with nine runs in the fourth frame. Five Jackets’ runs in the sixth inning sealed the win. Brody VanBuren, Luke LaPage, Ben Averill and Logan Cordova all had three hits for the Jackets. The Panthers were led by Jeff Crump with three hits.

may 5: salmon outduels massena; lisbon wins big

SALMON RIVER 3, MASSENA 2
Two runs in the seventh inning lifted the Shamrocks to the narrow 3-2 win. Massena earned a 1-0 lead in the third inning when David Dubray scored, after singling. The Shamrocks answered with a run in the top of the fourth amidst two singles and an error. The Raiders squeezed out a run in the fifth to regain the lead 2-1. Pitchers Connor and Chase Lewis held the Red Raiders to just three hits, while chipping in singles to aid the offense. Zach Durant singled and scored on Chase Lewis’ RBI single, with Lewis later scoring the winning run on a wild pitch.

POTSDAM 14, OGDENSBURG 2
Potsdam jumped out to a 7-0 lead in the first two innings, then coasted to a 14-2 win at Ogdensburg. Sandstoner pitchers Austin Washburn, Grayden Griffin and Jake Glover combined on a six-hitter. Will Roda doubled, singled and scored three times for Potsdam. Washburn collected two hits, while Glover, Griffin and Michael Vadas each notched a single. OFA scored its two runs in the fifth inning on the strength of Jake Farley’s two-run double to right field. Mitch McCarthy, Corbine Durham and Alex Mitchell each smacked singles.

LISBON 22, MORRISTOWN 1
The Lisbon Golden Knights, playing baseball since its run to the New York State Class D Final Four two years ago, was primed for a powerful hitting performance over Morristown. The Knights struck for four runs in the first and fourth innings, and seven runs in each of the second and third innings – a total of 22 runs on 22 hits. Lisbon also took advantage of five Green Rocket errors. Pitchers Jayden Williams and Armando Lazaro combined on a two-hit, six-strikeout outing. Jackson, Ben and Isaac LaRock combined for 13 hits and 12 RBIs. Isaac had five hits and five RBIs. Trevor Gravlin added three hits, three RBIs and four runs scored. The entire starting lineup had hits, walks or runs scored. For Morristown, Kade Marshall and Jared Young had the only hits.