Lisbon Completes Unbeaten Season, Beating Morristown 4-0

Standings/Non League Records

EAST DIVISION          W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
St. Lawrence Ctl.
St. Regis Falls*
11-1-1   23    0-0-1
10-0-1   21    0-0-0
  8-4-1   17    0-0-0
  5-6-0   10    0-0-0
  4-7-0     8    0-0-0
  3-5-1     7    0-0-0
  1-9-0     2    0-0-0
0-10-0     0    0-0-0
Salmon River*
10-0-0   20    0-0-1
  7-2-0   14    0-0-0
  7-3-0   14    0-0-0
  4-6-0     8    0-0-0
  2-6-0     4    0-0-0
  1-4-0     2    0-0-0
0-10-0     0    0-0-0
WEST DIVISION         W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
   7-0-1   15    0-0-0
  6-2-3   15    0-0-0
  6-3-1   13    0-0-0
  5-6-0   10    0-0-0
  3-4-1     7    0-0-0
  1-4-0     2    0-0-0
  0-9-0     0    0-0-0
 *Season Ended Due to Coronavirus

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)


Games of Week 6: November 9-15, 2020

 NCSN Boys Soccer Scoreboard


West Division
Lisbon 4, Morristown 0
End of Regular Season



West Division
Heuvelton 4, Hammond 0
Lisbon 2, Edwards-Knox 0
Non League
Madrid-Waddington 1, Canton 1 (4OT)



West Division
Morristown 7, Hammond 0



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 1, Parishville-Hopkinton 1 (Tie)
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 1, Hammond 0 (2OT)
Heuvelton 0, Lisbon 0 (Tie)
Morristown 5, Edwards-Knox 0



East Division
St. Lawrence Central 3, Norwood-Norfolk 2
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 3, Edwards-Knox 1



Central Division
Canton 2, Potsdam 0
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 3, Morristown 2 (OT)
Edwards-Knox 4, Hammond 0



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 6, Norwood-Norfolk 1
Parishville-Hopkinton at St. Lawrence Central, canc
West Division
Heuvelton 7, Morristown 1


MORRISTOWN 7, HAMMOND 0 – Tristan Simmons had a hand in all seven scores for the Rockets, with four goals and three assists. Five of the seven goals came in the first half. Aaron Woodcock added a goal and two assists, while Wyatt Sullivan and Jarred Youngs each had a goal and a helper. Coach Glen Colby said his core defense played a strong game, including goaltender Kade Marshall who was called upon to make seven saves. Morristown pummeled the Hammond net with 25 shots.


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)

Hammond's Kameron Toland (10) and Hermon-DeKalb's Jaydion Carrow in a battle for the ball.  Hammond Coach Kevin Toland said his keeper “kept us alive again, making saves that no one would believe without seeing. My boys showed up to play today.”  Andrew Matthews backstopped the H-D win with a three-save shutout performance.

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)

Hermon-DeKalb's Keyvin Joj (right) tries to work the ball toward goal, before E-K's Erich Lottie can scramble back to his feet.  The Green Demons bounced back with three rapid second-half goals, after relinquishing the opening score in the first half. With confusion in the Green Demon backfield, E-K’s Avery Whitford poked the ball into the net to give the Cougars a 1-nil lead at 24:22. Keyvin Joj got the Demons on the board by skirting the defense and crossing his shot into the mesh, tying the game at 1-1 at 47:05. Just over a minute later, Randy Durham teed up a corner kick to Jaydion Carrow who used his height for the go-ahead header. And at 51:56, Durham crossed the ball into the box where Peyton Hamilton flicks the header just inside the far post for the final goal. Andrew Matthews made three saves for the Demons who improved to 5-3-1. Andrew Franklin stopped five shots for the Cougars (3-2-1).  

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. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Morristown midfielder Wyatt Sullivan (6) carries the ball past Heuvelton midfielder Dustin Dodd (6) and makes a charge toward the Bulldogs' goal early in the second half.  Brandon Pray had a natural hat trick with three goals in the second half, pacing the Bulldogs. Cole Rickett, Andrew Demers, Brandon Free and Evan Felt scored single goals. Free, Dustin Dodd and Jordan Sawyer dished out assists. Heuvelton led 4-0 at the half. On Morristown’s lone goal, Tristan Simmons sped into the box and unleashed a rocket that ricocheted off keeper Tristan Young. Simmons (unassisted) blasted home the rebound to put Morristown on the board. Young stopped seven of eight shots he faced in net.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 6, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 1 – Graham Hill scored the game’s first goal, assisted by Kyle Stoner, setting the stage for the Jackets’ 11th win in 12 games. However, the Flyers’ Ace Jenkins scored to the game 1-1. Logan Cordova thrust M-W back into the lead on a setup from Brody VanBuren. VanBuren also assisted on Kaden Kingston’s goal to complete a 3-1 halftime lead for M-W. After the break, Ethan Bailey converted from Matthew Robinson. Then VanBuren scored, assisted by Kyle Stoner. Robinson scored the final goal from Bailey. Jacob Morgan produced a three-save shutout, while Nate Dominy had 12 saves for N-N.

lisbon ends 2020 unbeaten season defusing rockets

LISBON 4, MORRISTOWN 0 -- Lisbon seniors began their final game hoping to polish off an unbeaten season against Morristown. Just 2:07 in, Jackson LaRock curved a shot just inside the goalpost to put the Knights ahead 1-0. Still in the first half, Griff Walker battled through four defenders and touched off a shot to the opposite post, making it 2-0 Golden Knights. Six minutes into the second half, Miles Gendebien got loose and lasered a shot inside the opposite post for expand Lisbon’s lead to 3-0. Tyler Gravlin also scored with 7:41 left, as the Golden Knights beat Morristown 4-0 and finished the condensed season unbeaten at 7-0-1. Lisbon goalie Matt Robinson needed just one save for the shutout. Kade Marshall, who saved a penalty kick off the goalpost, corraled 10 saves for the Rockets (5-6).

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)

Canton’s Ethan Furnia (5) passes the ball away from defensive pressure by Madrid-Waddington’s Tanor Harvey (21).  Madrid-Waddington opened the scoring when Matt Robinson connected on a setup from Ethan Bailey in the first half. Canton tied the game just three minutes into the second half when Rhett Palmer tickled the twine to make it 1-1. This game went into four overtimes with both goalies making spectacular saves. Canton's Parker Hunt grabbed nine shots on goal. Madrid-Waddington's Jake Morgan stopped eight shots. The Bears and the Jackets played to a 1-1 tie.

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).

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

Parishville-Hopkinton forward Payton Snell (10) battles for possession of the ball with Yellowjackets defender Kyle Stoner (8) late in the second half.  The Panthers got an early chance when Kade Hayes fired into the net, but a fallen player away from the play was ruled offside.  Parishville-Hopkinton scored on a direct kick from Stuart Ayers to Avery Zenger for the score, 1-0 Panthers.   In the second half: The Yellow Jackets' Matt Robinson's corner kick found Graham Hill for the header just past Panther keeper Caleb Knowles to tie the game 1-1.  Knowles had three saves, while M-W keeper Jake Morgan stopped four shots.

HEUVELTON 0, LISBON 0 (TIE) – The Golden Knights dominated play with a 20-5 advantage in shots on goal, but could not dent the twines as both keepers kept the game scoreless. Lisbon's Matt Robinson stopped all five shots he faced. Heuvelton’s Tristan Young was credited with 10 saves. The Golden Knights remained undefeated (5-0-1) in the West Division, despite having to quarantine for two weeks due to COVID-19. Heuvelton is 5-2-3.

MORRISTOWN 5, EDWARDS-KNOX 0 – Tristin Simmons continued his hot pace with four goals and one assist in leading the Rockets. Jared Young added a goal and an assist, Wyatt Sullivan offered two assists and Aaron Woodcock and assist. Coach Glen Colby praised the Rockets’ defensive corps with playing a solid game in front of Kade Marshall who stopped all 14 shots in the shutout. Andrew Franklin made 16 saves for the Cougars.


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)

N-N's Keegan Newtown (17) and St. Lawrence Central's Alex Burg tangle for possession.  The Larries’ Connor Foster bent a 35-yard shot just under the crossbar for the game winner with 3:18 left in regulation. Against a steady stiff breeze, SLC’s Hayden Perkins opened the scoring in the ninth minute when he scored from close range. Four minutes later, Colbee Converse dropped a corner kick in the front of net. When goalie Noah Dominy was unable to corral the ball, Charlie Dow pokes it free in the scrum and scored, upping the Larries lead to 2-0. The Flyers scored back-to-back goals in a five minute span to tie the game. Hayden Bullock slammed a line-drive shot into the lower-left corner, then Ryan Emlaw broke through the defense and picked the lower-right corner, tying the game 2-2. Late in the second half, Flyers’ keeper Noah Dominy made a key fingertip save on what looked like a sure goal, to keep the score tied, before Foster’s deciding score. Tommy Storrin had eight saves for the Larries who finish the season at 5-6. N-N goalie Noah Dominy stopped six shots. The Flyers are 3-5-1.


CANTON 2, POTSDAM 0 – Owen Hall set up both goals, just 60 seconds apart in the second half, to secure the win for the Golden Bears who are 9-2 in the Central Division. Chris Schuckers scored 5:17 and Colin Taylor at 6:17 after the halftime break. Canton keeper Parker Hunt collected three saves. Potsdam’s Ansen Herrick scooped up 17 saves.

HERMON-DEKALB 3, MORRISTOWN 2 (OT) – Hermon-DeKalb rallied from a two-goal deficit in the final 5:11 of regulation, then won the game at 6:59 of sudden-victory overtime. Morristown built a 2-0 lead on goals by Tristin Simmons. Aaron Woodcock set up Simmons for a header to score the first goal, then assisted on a pass for the second marker. Randy Durham set up Jay Carrow to score with 5:11 remaining. Precisely two minutes later, Kevin Joj tied the game off a corner kick. Joj score the game winner, with Durham assisting again. H-D’s Andrew Matthews produced seven saves, while returning Morristown keeper Kade Marshall made 15 saves. The Green Demons improved to 4-3-1, while the Rockets are 3-5.

EDWARDS-KNOX 4, HAMMOND 0 – Avery Whitford hammered home three goals, two assisted by Tyler Scott, in leading the Cougars (3-1-1). Cade Huckle scored the game’s first goal at 23:35. Whitford’s scores came at 31:58, 35:22 and 44:27. Andrew Franklin made five saves for the shutout. Hammond keeper Lukas McQueer was pummeled with 30 Cougar shots and made 26 saves.


Games of Week 5: November 1-8, 2020

 NCSN Boys Soccer Scoreboard


Central Division
Massena 2, Salmon River 0



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 4, St. Lawrence Central 1
Chateaugay at Madrid-Waddington, canceled
Central Division
Ogdensburg 4, Potsdam 0



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 4, Chateaugay 1
Parishville-Hopkinton 5, Brushton-Moira 0
Madrid-Waddington 5, St. Regis Falls 0
West Division
Edwards-Knox 3, Heuvelton 0



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 3, Norwood-Norfolk 0
Central Division
Salmon River 2, Potsdam 1
Canton 3, Ogdensburg 2

West Division
Heuvelton 1, Hermon-DeKalb 0



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 5, Norwood-Norfolk 0
Madrid-Waddington 2, Colton-Pierrepont 0
St. Lawrence Central 8, St. Regis Falls 0
West Division
Edwards-Knox 4, Hermon-DeKalb 1



Central Division
Ogdensburg 2, Salmon River 1



East Division
Chateaugay 3, St. Regis Falls 0
Central Division
Malone 4, Potsdam 1

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 defeat Hermon-DeKalb 1-0. (Andrew Baker photo)

Heuvelton’s Cole Rickett (9) squares up to defend Hermon-DeKalb’s Keyvin Joj (13).  Heuvelton keeper Jed Crayford stopped all 10 attempts toward net to preserve the shutout. H-D's Andrew Matthews rounded up 14 shots on net.


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)

Norwood-Norfolk's Mike Stacy (6) tries to escape around P-H defender Stuart Ayers.  The Panthers (8-0) enjoyed a three-goal lead at the half, then tacked on two goals in the second half. P-H sharpshooter Peyton Snell pumped home four goals, after Stuart Ayers opened the scoring, assisted by Avery Zenger in the 9th minute. John Snell tipped a ball into the box that Peyton ran onto and tucked his shot just inside the opposite goalpost for a 2-0 lead in the 20th minute. Five minutes later, Kade Hayes dumped a lead pass inside the 18 where Snell planted in a picture-perfect second goal. After the break, Ayers set up Snell twice for goals in the 62nd and 63rd minutes to close out the scoring. P-H’s Caleb Knowles handled six shots in the shutout, while N-N’s Noah Dominy turned away 11 shots.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 2, COLTON-PIERREPONT 0 – Brody van Buren connected on a pass from Matthew Robinson to score two minutes into second half to launch the Yellow Jackets eight win of the season. Robinson scored on a penalty kick midway through the half. Colts keeper Harley Besio had eight saves, while M-W keeper Jacob Morgan turned out two shots. The Jackets improved to 8-1, while the Colts (7-4-1) slipped from first to third place in the East Division.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 8, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – An own goal just six minutes into the contest set an unfortunate tone for the Saints who gave up four goals in each half. Evan Smith scored a goal in each half and offered one assist. Charlie Dow had a goal and two assists. Hayden Perkins notched two goals, while Gabe Krouse and Joey Perry connected on a goal each. Gabe Horning and Kolbee Converse provided two helpers. Tommy Storrin stopped six shots in the shutout.

EDWARDS-KNOX 4, HERMON-DEKALB 1 – The Green Demons played four players short, three of them due to COVID quarantine, and suffered just their second loss of the season. H-D started the scoring when Jay Carrow connected from David White on a low driving shot, just 52 seconds into the game. But then the Cougars’ Avery Whitford went on a four-goal scoring spree, striking the tying goal at 25:11. Whitford delivered a quick gut-punch to the Demons, scoring just 43 seconds into the second half, followed by scores in the 22:12 and 34:00. E-K goalkeeper Andrew Franklin stopped 11 shots, while H-D’s Andrew Matthews stopped 12 shots.

game details - NovEMBER 7-8

MASSENA 2, SALMON RIVER 0 – Massena’s Connor Terry scored unassisted in the first half, then assisted on the Red Raiders’ second-half goal from Tyler Smutz, in upsetting the Shamrocks (4-6). Jacob Bressard collected 12 saves in preserving the shutout for Massena (2-6). Salmon River’s John Miller posted 10 saves.

– Freshman Avery Zenger netted his first-ever hat trick and an assist to lead the Panthers (10-0). Zenger scored the opening goal at 11:40, which held up till early in the second half. Kolbee Converse evened the game at 1-1, taking advantage of a collision between P-H’s keeper and a fullback, to score unassisted and tie the game 1-1, just 8:57 into the second half. Zenger broke through with the go-ahead goal with 16:54 remaining, then an insurance goal with 10:41 showing on the clock. Peyton Snell kept his scoring streak alive with the final goal in the 73rd minute, set up by Zenger. P-H keeper Caleb Knowles made four saves.

OGDENSBURG 4, POTSDAM 0 – Karson LaRose est up the first goal in the first half, then delivered two goals in the second half to pace the Blue Devil attack. Cooper Garvey scored the first goal in a scrum in which Potsdam keeper Ansen Herrick (14 saves) made three initial stops on the play, before relinquishing the score at 23:40. LaRose then scored 3:40 into the second half from London Jackson. Holden Woods’ cross in front of the net found Gunnar McLellan for the score with 8:55 remaining. Woods also fed Larose’s second goal with 1:22 to go. OFA keeper Ryan Warchol needed just one save to protect the shutout.

game details - November 6

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 then scored the final goal from Logan Burns (51:30). Harlee Besio collected six saves, while Chateaugay goalie 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. Kade Hayes also scored a first-half goal, and Lawson Snell added a late score. Caleb Knowles had a three-save shutout. The B-M keeper made five saves.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 5, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – Four first-half goals by the Jackets in a span of five minutes and 28 seconds sunk the Saints. Brody VanBuren and Matthew Robinson each connected for two goals, while Joey White also scored to lead the Jackets. The Jackets poured in goals in the 21st, 24th, 25th and 27th minutes, then tacked on an insurance score in the second half (63:34) to seal the win. Kaden Kingston earned an assist. Jake Morgan produced a two-save shutout, while Saints keeper Derek Provost was busy with 12 saves on 17 shots.

EDWARDS-KNOX 3, HEUVELTON 0 – The Cougars came out hot, scoring all three goals in the first half. Backstopped by the four-save shutout performance by Andrew Franklin, E-K jumped out to a 1-0 lead on Tyler Scott’s first goal, set up by Jordan Sawyer in the 14th minute. Scott scored an unassisted goal in the 23rd minute. Cade Huckle buried the third goal from Avery Whitford at 28:23 to round out the scoring. Heuvelton keeper Tristan Young turned in three saves

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

Canton’s Nick Estabrooks (6) dribbles the ball ahead and away from an Ogdensburg defender.   In a seesaw match with Canton’s unbeaten season on the line, the Golden Bears’ Colin Taylor punched in the game’s first goal in the 3rd minute. O.F.A.’s Logan Horton followed his inbound throw, gathered the loose ball and lofted a sharp-angle shot just inside the far post to tie the contest 1-1, just two minutes into the second half. Karson LaRose scored in the 55th minute to give OFA a 2-1 lead, and put Canton in its only deficit of the season. But Chris Schuckers rallied Canton with the tying goal with 12 minutes remaining, then the game-winner with just 6.4 seconds left, lifting the Bears to a 3-2 win and a 9-0 record on the season. O.F.A. keeper David Vernsey made 15 saves, while Canton’s Parker Hunt collected four saves.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 3, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0 – The Jackets’ Brody VanBuren scored two first-half goals, with assists from Jacob Morgan, then Ethan Bailey. Matt Robinson scored unassisted in the second half, propelling the Yellow Jackets (9-1) into the East Division lead with 18 points. Jacob Morgan had three saves in the shutout. Norwood-Norfolk goalie Nate Dominy logged 13 saves.

SALMON RIVER 2, POTSDAM 1 – Potsdam jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the 17th minute, when Alex Baxter converted on a setup from Michael Vedas. Five minutes later, Salmon River’s Donavan Lauzon scored from Kade Cook, knotting the game 1-1. P.J. Ghostlaw scored the game winner in the 65th minute, with Gavin Cook-Avery contributing the assist. John Miller collected five saves for the Shamrocks, while pummeling Potsdam with 42 attempts toward goal. Keeper Ansen Herrick made 26 saves.

game details - November 3

OGDENSBURG 2, SALMON RIVER 1 – After a scoreless first half, Ogdensburg broke the deadlock when Karson LaRose drilled a penalty kick into the mesh for a 1-0 lead. Seven minutes later, Salmon River tied the game on a goal on a goal by Gavin Cook on a deflection off the Blue Devil defense. O.F.A. regained the lead when Kam Johnson fed a long breakaway pass to Eli Bullock for the game winner. Devils’ keeper David Vernsey stopped six shots to backstop the win. Salmon River goalie John Miller had four saves.

 schumacher new malone scoring mark - november 1

MALONE 4, POTSDAM 1 – Malone's Hans Schumacher scored three goals in the first half, the first two unassisted, and thus broke the Huskies’ career record in scoring in the game. Schumacher tapped in goals in the sixth, 29th and 31st minutes of the contest. The third score was assisted by Ryan Johnston. Schumacher’s three scores pushed his overall total to 65 goals and 30 assists, and counting. The lone goal in the second half was netted by Trent King from Jake Lewis. Potsdam’s Josh Lin scored the Sandstoners lone goal with just 32 seconds left in the first half. Malone’s Aiden Langdon had one save, while Potsdam’s Ansen Herrick stopped 10 shots.

CHATEAUGAY 3, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – Chateaugay (4-6) scored two first half goals, then added an insurance score in the second half to beat the Saints (0-8). Ryan Dustin scored from Nate Harrigan, and Austin Bickford buried the ball from Walker Martin for a 2-0 halftime lead. Will Nemier connected on a setup from Aiden Monette for the final score. St. Regis keeper Derek Provost collected 11 saves. Chateaugay goalie Stephen Dwyer needed just one save for the shutout.


Games of Week 4: October 26-31, 2020

 NCSN Boys Soccer Scoreboard


East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 7, Chateaugay 0
Madrid-Waddington 4, Brushton-Moira 3 (OT)
Colton-Pierrepont 3, St. Lawrence Central 0
Central Division
Canton 5, Massena 0
West Division
Morristown at Lisbon, canceled
Edwards-Knox at Hammond, ppd.



Central Division
Malone 5, Massena 2
Canton 2, Salmon River 1



East Division
Chateaugay 3, Norwood-Norfolk 1
Brushton-Moira 6, St. Regis Falls 0

Parishville-Hopkinton 2, Colton-Pierrepont 0
Madrid-Waddington 5, St. Lawrence Central 0
West Division
Lisbon at Edwards-Knox
, ppd.



East Division
St. Lawrence Central 6, St. Regis Falls 0
Central Division

Malone 6, Potsdam 0
Canton 2, Massena 0



East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 0, Colton-Pierrepont 0 (2OT/Tie)
Parishville-Hopkinton 2, Madrid-Waddington 1
Chateaugay 3, St. Regis Falls 0
St. Lawrence Central 2, Brushton-Moira 0
West Division
Morristown 2, Edwards-Knox 1 (OT)
Lisbon 1, Heuvelton 0
Hermon-DeKalb 5, Hammond 0



East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 1, St. Lawrence Central 0
Colton-Pierrepont 6, St. Regis Falls 0
Central Division
Malone 2, Ogdensburg 1
Massena 4, Potsdam 0
Salmon River at Gouverneur, postponed
West Division
Lisbon 3, Harrisville 0

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

Parishville-Hopkinton forward Peyton 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

Colton-Pierrepont midfielder Theo Hughes (17) battles possession of the ball, after a throw-in near midfield.  Snell scored once in each half, guiding the undefeated Panthers to their sixth-straight win. John Snell assisted on the first goal in the ninth minute. Stuart Ayers assisted on the second goal in the 58th minute. Harlee Besio posted seven saves for the Colts.  Caleb Knowles had one save in the P-H shutout.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 5, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0 – The Jackets’ Brody VanBuren had three goals and an assist. Kyle Stoner had two goals. Matt Robinson and Kaden Kingston each had assists. With solid defense in front of him, Jacob Morgan needed just one save for M-W. Tom Storrin stopped 14 shots for St. Lawrence Central.

CHATEAUGAY 3, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 1 – After an 0-5 start, Chateaugay won its third in a row, while delivering Norwood-Norfolk its first loss of the season. The Flyers scored first when a shot from Matt Simons spun out of the keeper’s hands and into the net. Hayden Bullock assisted on the goal. The Bulldogs tied the game 1-1 before the half, when Owen Rockhill dented the twine from Walker Martin. Ethan Cook put Chateaugay into the lead at the 55-minute mark, assisted by Jacob Johnston. Nate Harrigan scored an insurance marker for the Dogs. Stephen Dwyer turned away eight shots for Chateaugay. Josh Hargett stopped 12 shots for the Flyers (3-1-1).

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 6, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – Justin Kennedy scored twice, assisted by Edmund Collins and Wayne Palmer, launching the Panthers first win of the season (1-7). George Webb added a goal and an assist. Collins, Luke Bowen and Ajay Martin also scored. Casey Martin chipped in an assist. B-M keeper Jacob Gagnon stopped three shots in blanking the Saints (0-8). The Saints’ keeper turned away nine shots.

 game details - OCTOBER 28 

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 shots.

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.

 game details - OCTOBER 26 

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.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 6, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – The Colts racked up four first-half goals before cruising to the six-goal win. Seven different Colts contributed to the scoring. Declan Johnson pumped in two goals. Ollie Johnson, Aiden Hoose and Theo Hughes each contributed a goal and an assist. Nate Lemieux chipped in a goal. Cody Francis dished out two assists, while Mike Swartzfigure offered an assist. Harlee Besio needed just two saves for the shutout, as the Colts improved to 6-2. Derek Provost had 15 saves for the Saints.

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.

MASSENA 4, POTSDAM 0 – Chris Marasco and Shea Scully each netted a goal and an assist in lifting the Red Raiders to their first win of the season, with goals in each half. Alex Abourjeily and Luke Greco also scored and Ty Lucey picked up an assist on the final goal. Jacob Bressard registered 10 saves for Massena, while Ansen Herrick stopped 15 shots for the Sandstoners.

LISBON 3, HARRISVILLE 0 – Jackson LaRock, Storm Walker and Chase Jacobs provided the Golden Knights’ firepower in the shutout win. Lisbon goalie Ben LaRock turned away four shots. Nick Pierce stopped 15 shots for the Pirates.

 game details - OCTOBER 31 

MADRID-WADDINGTON 4, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 3 (OT) – Cade 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. Then less than 20 seconds later at 3:46 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.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 3, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0 – The Colts scored twice in the first half and once in the second half to improve to 7-3-1 and remaining in first place by one point in the East Division. Aiden Hoose scored two goals, Theo Hughes pumped in a goal and Nathaniel Lemieux offered an assist in the win. CP keeper Harlee Besio and Larries’ goalie Tommy Storrin each made six saves.

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 7, CHATEAUGAY 0 – Peyton Snell and Stuart Ayers each scored a pair of goals in a 4-0 first half, then added another goal each in the second half, as Panthers won 7-0 and improved to 7-0 on the season. Chateaugay’s three-game winning streak came to an end. Ayers also set up the Panthers’ remaining goal, scored by Brandon Wilkes. John Snell, Lawson Snell and Conner Hendershot provided assists. Caleb Knowles collected a two-save shutout.

CANTON 5, MASSENA 0 – Canton erupted for four second-half goals to break open a 1-0 game and send the Bears to their eighth-straight win to start the season. Chris Schuckers provided an unassisted goal and one helper to lead the Golden Bears. Ethan Furnia, Rhett Palmer, Nick Estabrooks and Charles Grandaw also netted scores. Goalie Parker Hunt recorded five saves and provided an assist on Palmer’s marker. Colin Taylor and Matt Haycook had one assist each.

 game details - OCTOBER 30 

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.


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 unbeaten squads, the Panthers outlasted the Jackets 2-1. (Brian Harmer photo)  Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton's Peyton Snell (10) soars up for the header.  The Panthers got the first break on a penalty kick. Snell ripped yarn just past goalie Jacob Morgan for a 1-0 lead. Under 4:00 left, the Jackets with a sense of urgency when Drew Harmer lofted a 25-yard shot over Panthers’ keeper Caleb Knowles, tying the game at 1-1. Snell with one last chance for the Panthers, slid the ball past Morgan with 55.3 seconds left, unassisted for the game winner. Both goalies stopped five shots.  P-H stayed unbeaten at 5-0.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0, COLTON-PIERREPONT 0 (2OT/TIE) – The goalies and the defenses shined in a scoreless tie. Norwood-Norfolk keeper Noah Dominy swept up 11 saves in his shutout, while the Colts’ Harlee Besio notched two saves to shut down the Flyers.

CHATEAUGAY 3, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – Nate Harrigan scored a pair of goals and Lucas Monette tucked in a goal, all in the first half, for the Bulldogs’ win. Goalie Stephen Dwyer registered a six-save shutout.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 2, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 0 – Kolbee Converse gathered a midfield pass from Ethan Smith, dribbled three times and scored the game’s first goal midway through the first half. Zach Strawser scored off his chest, with a second assist to Smith, in the second half. Tommy Storrin made eight saves in blanking B-M. Wayne Palmer grabbed five saves for the Panthers.

MORRISTOWN 2, EDWARDS-KNOX 1 (OT) – Edwards-Knox gained the lead in the first half on a goal by Dylan Wood, assisted by Avery Whitford. Morristown’s Tristin Simmons scored with 10 minutes left in the second half to tie the game 1-1. The Green Rockets captured the sudden victory in overtime, when Simmons stroked the game winner five minutes into the extra period. Kade Marshall turned aside eight shots for the Morristown. E-K keeper Andrew Franklin stopped seven shots.

LISBON 1, HEUVELTON 0 – In a battle for West Division supremacy between two unbeatens, a first-half goal by Jackson LaRock provided the only scoring. Miles Gendebien offered the assist. Ben LaRock grabbed four saves for the shutout. Jed Crawford stopped 12 of 13 shots he faced.

HERMON-DEKALB 5, HAMMOND 0 – Payton Hamilton netted two goals, including a penalty kick in the second half, to lead the Demons. Keyvin Joj scored two goals and Duncan Gillie added a score. Aiden Tahonica, Jacob Spencer and Art Carr each had an assist. Andrew Matthews needed just two saves to record the shutout.




Games of Week 3: October 19-25, 2020

 NCSN Boys Soccer Scoreboard


East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 4, Brushton-Moira 1



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 2, Brushton-Moira 0
St. Lawrence Central at St. Regis Falls, ppd.
Central Division
Malone 5, Salmon River 1
Ogdensburg 2, Massena 0
Canton 4, Potsdam 0



East Division
Chateaugay 2, Brushton-Moira 1
Colton-Pierrepont 5, St. Regis Falls 0
St. Lawrence Central at Parishville-Hopkinton, ppd.
Madrid-Waddington at Norwood-Norfolk, ppd.

West Division
Heuvelton 5, Morristown 2
Harrisville 3, Hammond 0
Lisbon 3, Hermon-DeKalb 2



Central Division
Salmon River 3, Massena 1
Canton 4, Gouverneur 1
Ogdensburg 3, Potsdam 0
West Division
Edwards-Knox at Lisbon, ppd.



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 7, St. Regis Falls 0
Brushton-Moira at Parishville-Hopk., ppd. to 10/25
Norwood-Norfolk at St. Lawrence Ctl., ppd. to 10/26

West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 5, Morristown 2
Edwards-Knox 1, Heuvelton 1 (OT/Tie)



East Division
Chateaugay at St. Regis Falls, ppd. to 11/1
Central Division

Salmon River 3, Potsdam 0
Canton 2, Ogdensburg 0
Malone 1, Massena 0



East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 2, Brushton-Moira 1
Madrid-Waddington 3, Chateaugay 0

Parishville-Hopkinton at Norwood-Norfolk, ppd.
Central Division
Salmon River 6, Gouverneur 1
West Division
Morristown 3, Harrisville 0
Lisbon 4, Hammond 0
Hermon-DeKalb at Edwards-Knox, ppd. to 11/11

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

Gouverneur’s Ethan Fitzgerald (10) fires a shot onto the Canton goal past Golden Bears defender Sam Pfotenhauer (11).  The shot was snared by Canton goalkeeper Parker Hunt who collected three saves.  Hayden Todd split goalie duties and also made three saves.  Rhett Palmer, Nick Esterbrooks, Colin Taylor and Tanner Hazelton scored the Bears' goals.  Jordan Hayden scored the Gouverneur goal.

SALMON RIVER 3, MASSENA 1 – Luke Greco drove home the opening goal from Luke Bronchetti in the 21st minute for Massena to open a 1-0 lead. But Salmon River followed by three straight goals: Kade Cook from Eystn Wylie in the 36th minute to tie the game 1-1 at the half. Rick Chatland scored from PJ Ghostlaw in the 62nd minute and five minutes later Jared Showen delivered an unassisted marker to insure the win. Massena keeper Jacob Bressard made 14 saves, while Salmon River’s John Miller nabbed 11 saves.

Karson LaRose scored two goals and Trent Lovely struck for a single marker to lead OFA. Ryan Warhol protected the shutout with three saves. Anson Herrick turned aside 12 saves.

   game details - october 21

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.

EDWARDS-KNOX 1, HEUVELTON 1 (OT/Tie) – Matt Basford scored from Tristan Lovely to give the Bulldogs a 1-0 lead with three minutes left. E-K's Avery Whitford answered a minute later to tie the game and force overtime, leading to a 1-1 draw. Jed Crayford stopped 16 shots for Heuvelton. Andrew Franklin made seven stops for the Cougars.

   game details - october 20

CANTON 2, OGDENSBURG 0 – Rhett Palmer scored from Matt Haycock to open a 1-0 lead. Colin Taylor scored unassisted. Canton goalie Parker Hunt collected seven saves, while O.F.A.’s goalie turned away 10 shots.

MALONE 1, MASSENA 0 – Malone’s Hans Schumacher's direct kick from 35 feet found the mesh for the game’s only score, as the Huskies spoiled the Raiders’ opener. Malone keeper Aiden Langdon gathered six saves in the shutout. Massena’s Jacob Bressard recorded five saves.

game details - october 19

COLTON-PIERREPONT 2, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 1 – The Colts’ Theo Hughes drove home the tie-breaking, game-winning goal with just 19 seconds remaining. Oliver Johnson produced the Colts’ opening goal in the 36th minute. Harlee Besio had seven saves. The Panthers’ goal came from the foot of Edmund Collins, assisted by Justin Kennedy. B-M goalie George Webb scooped up eight saves.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 3, CHATEAUGAY 0 – Matt Robinson scored the game’s first and last goals, while Logan Cordova netted the middle goal. Graham Hill dished out an assist. Ethan Bailey earned the shutout with eight saves.

SALMON RIVER 6, GOUVERNEUR 1 – The Shamrocks and Wildcats traded the game’s first two goals. Jared Showen scored from Zach Durant in 7th minute for Salmon River, followed by Garret Leclair’s goal from Kyle Gaumes in the 20th minute. Kade Cook, assisted by Gavin Cook-Avery put Salmon River ahead in the 24th minute. Kade finished with three goals, Showen produced two scores and Stone Chubb finished with the other. Salmon assists included Zach Durant, Cayde Lahore, PJ Ghostlaw and Luke Miller. Both keepers – Gouverneur’s Jordan Hayden and Salmon’s John Miller – had eight saves.

LISBON 4, HAMMOND 0 – Jackson LaRock delivered two goals, while Miles Gendebien and Strom Walker added goals for the win. Griffin Walker assisted on Storm’s goal. The Lisbon defense turned away Hammond’s advances to not allow any shots on goal.

MORRISTOWN 3, HARRISVILLE 0 – Tristan Simmons stroked two goals, while Aaron Woodcock chipped in one score to lead the Green Rockets. Cade Marshall racked up seven saves in the shutout, while Harrisville’s Nick Pierce stopped 14 shots.



  game details - oct. 24-25

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 4, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 1 – Parishville-Hopkinton pulled away from a 1-0 halftime lead with three goals in a five-minute span to open the second half on Sunday, en route to their fourth straight win. Peyton Snell connected on the game’s first goal with just 2:06 left in the first half. Brandon Wilkes started a three-goal barrage at 1:14, 2:52 and 6:14 into the second half to seal the win. Avery Zenger and Stuart Ayers also scored for P-H. Caleb Knowles made two saves in the win. Brushton-Moira’s lone goal was scored by Gavin Allen from Justin Kennedy with 2:53 left.
Ollie Johnson scored both goals, one in each half, with assists from Cody Francis and Aiden Hoose. Colts’ keeper Harlee Besio made two saves in the shutout. B-M keepers George Webb and Jake Gagnon combined for 11 saves.

MALONE 5, SALMON RIVER 1 – Hans Schumacher netted two goals and an assist in leading the Huskies (3-2). Ryan Johnson also scored a pair of goals, including the game winner. Trent King drove in the first goal, just 10:43 into the contest. The Shamrocks goal was scored by Cayde Lazore from Jared Showen. Malone keeper collected three saves. Shamrock keepers John Miller and Eystn Wylie combined for 12 saves.

OGDENSBURG 2, MASSENA 0 – After a scoreless first half, Karson Larose kicked both goals for O.F.A., with Franklin Beach assisting on one of the markers. David Vernsey turned away five shots for the Blue Devils (5-1), while Massena’s Ethan Chatterton rejected eight shots.

CANTON 4, POTSDAM 0 – All goals came in the second half. Chris Schuckers scored in the 59th minute. A Potsdam “own goal” gave Canton a 2-0 lead. Colin Taylor scored goals in the 68th and 70th minutes to seal the win for the Golden Bears. Parker Hunt needed just one save to secure the shutout. Potsdam’s Anson Herrick stopped 15 shots.


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)

Harrisville's Peyton Schmitt (1) turns to blast an inside shot for the Pirates' third goal.  Schmitt also assisted on one goal.  Degan Carr netted the first goal. Aiden Benzel was assisted by Noran Sullivan for the other goal. Nick Pearson backstopped the win with a five-save shutout.  For Hammond, keeper Lucas McQueer made nine saves.


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 photos) 

Lisbon's Tyler Gravlin (15) fires off a line-drive blast from midfield and into the 18, touching off a scramble in which he would score the game-tying goal.  David White (9) defends.  Randy Durham and Kevin Joj netted goals for the Green Demons. Joj scored the goal-ahead goal after the Lisbon keeper and a fullback collided, allowing the ball to pop loose. For Lisbon, Storm Walker tied the game 1-1. Tyler Gravelin even the game at 2-2, then Walker scored the same winner in a scrum in front of H-D keeper Art Carr (10 saves). Lisbon goalie Ben LaRock stopped three shots.

CHATEAUGAY 2, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 1 – Chateaugay’s Ethan Cook scored both goals, with one assist from Lucas Monette to lift Chateaugay to its first win of the season. Justin Kennedy scored for Brushton-Moira.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 5, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – Teddy Farns scored two goals. Eric Friedel, Lachlan Johnson, and Chris St. Andrews’ penalty kick produced the Colts’ other scores. Michael Schwartfigure had one assist. SRF goalie Derek Provost racked up 21 saves amidst a barrage of 26 shots. Colts keeper had needed just one save for the shutout.

HEUVELTON 5, MORRISTOWN 2 – Heuvelton jumped out to a 3-1 halftime lead, before cruising to the win. Chris Ashlaw, Andrew Demers and Matt Basford scored first-half markers. Basford and Evan Felt punched in goals after intermission. Dustin Dodd had a pair assists, while Basford and Demers each dealt one assist. Jed Crayford scooped up eight saves. For Morristown, Seth Witherhead scored the game’s first goal from Tristin Simmons. Simmons scored the other marker. Kade Marshall turned aside 14 shots.

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 photos)

Salmon River's Patrick Ghostlaw (7) attempts to slide tackle the ball away from Potsdam's Drago Jukic (15).  Ghostlaw assisted on Kade Cook's goal to open the game in the 8th minute.  Jared Showen bounced a long drive on net that eluded the goalie, on a set up from Ghostlaw in the 17th minute. Then Evan Collette gathered a lead pass from Showen and tucked a shot off the outside of his foot and into the corner of the net in 30th minute. Potsdam’s Anson Herrick collected 12 saves, while the Shamrocks’ Jon Miller posted six saves in the shutout.


Games of Weeks 1-2: October 9-17, 2020

 NCSN Boys Soccer Scoreboard


East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 1, Brushton-Moira 0
Colton-Pierrepont 3, Chateaugay 0
Central Division
Ogdensburg 3, Salmon River 2
Canton 4, Malone 1



East Division
Madrid-Waddington 2, Colton-Pierrepont 0
Parishville-Hopkinton 7, St. Regis Falls 0
St. Lawrence Central 3, Chateaugay 0
Central Division
Gouverneur 3, Potsdam 0
West Division
Edwards-Knox at Harrisville, ppd.



Central Division
Canton 2, Salmon River 1 (OT)
West Division
Heuvelton 0, Hermon-DeKalb 0 (OT/Tie)



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 5, Chateaugay 0
Colton-Pierrepont 1, St. Lawrence Central 0
Madrid-Waddington 5, Brushton-Moira 1
Central Division
Malone 12, Gouverneur 2
West Division
Lisbon 3, Morristown 1
Heuvelton 1, Harrisville 0
Hammond at Edwards-Knox, ppd.



Central Division
Ogdensburg 2, Gouverneur 1
Massena at Canton, ppd. to 10/31
West Division
Morristown 2, Hammond 1 (OT)
Hermon-DeKalb 2, Harrisville 0



East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 3, Colton-Pierrepont 0
Madrid-Waddington 2, St. Lawrence Central 1
Brushton-Moira at St. Regis Falls, ppd.
West Division
Edwards-Knox at Lisbon, ppd. 10/22
Hermon-DeKalb at Harrisville, ppd. to 10/13
Non League
Salmon River at Brushton-Moira, ppd.



East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 2, Chateaugay 1
Central Division
Ogdensburg 7, Malone 3
Gouverneur at Salmon River, postponed
West Division
Heuvelton 5, Hammond 2 

SINKS st. regis falls 7-0

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Peyton 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

St. Regis Falls’ Nate Roach (17) steals the ball from a Parishville-Hopkinton defender and charges his way toward the Panthers goal late in the first half.  Parishville-Hopkinton was led by Peyton Snell who logged two goals and one assist.  Avery Zenger added two goals, while Cody Yette and Nick Snell each added a goal.  Caleb Knowles logged a one-save shutout.

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

Norwood-Norfolk’s Ryan Lashomb (18) and Chateaugay’s Ethan Cook (4) battle for possession of the ball along the sideline. The season will be marked with masks for all players.  The ball will be replaced by sanitized balls on every out of bounds play, and benches will be socially distanced players.


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.   Colts' keeper Henry Besio collected four saves for the shutout.  Tommy Storrin and Connor Provost combined for eight saves in the Larries' net.  (Bob LaRue photo)

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.

  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

Brushton-Moira midfielder A.J. Martin(11) battles the ball away from Norwood-Norfolk’s Michael Stacy (6) in a furious second half.  N-N keeper Noah Dominie racked up 15 saves, while B-M's George Webb stopped 14 shots.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 3, CHATEAUGAY 0 – First half: Theo Hughes from Ollie Johnson at 9:43. 2nd Half: Mike Schwartfigure unassisted at 49.30; Eric Friedel from Johnson at 55.00. The Colts’ Harlee Besio nabbed five saves. Chateaugay goalies: Alex Stout five saves and Owen Rockhill six saves.

OGDENSBURG 3, SALMON RIVER 2 – In a game of trading goals, OFA carried a 1-0 lead into the half when Mason Peretta scored from Karson Larose in the 33rd minute. Salmon River answered as Jared Showen dented twine from PJ Ghostlaw in the 47th Minute. OFA regained the lead when Franklin Beach tallied unassisted in the 66th minute. Showen assisted on Stone Chubb’s scored in the 75th minute to draw the Shamrocks even 2-2. LaRose produced the game winner on a penalty kick with just over two minutes left in regulation. Goalies: OFA David Vernsey eight saves, SR John Miller nine saves.

CANTON 4, MALONE 1 – Canton manufactured a 3-1 halftime lead on goals by Nick Estabrooks, Matt Haycook and Chris Schuckers, then added an insurance marker from Rhett Palmer in the second half. Colin Taylor served up a pair of assists and Estabrooks had one assist for the Bears. Malone’s lone goal came from Owen Eells, assisted by Trent King. Canton keeper Parker Hunt six saves. Malone goalie Aiden Langdon four saves


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 

Potsdam midfielder Luke Brossell (16) traps the ball away from Gaumes (11) to take back control at midfield. Garrett Laclair netted the Wildcats’ opening goal in the 14th minute. Gouverneur went up 2-0 on an own goal by the Sandstoners. Gaumes sealed the win with a goal with just over two minutes remaining. Wildcat keeper Brock Cox scooped six saves, while Potsdam's Ansen Herrick stopped 11 shots.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 2, COLTON-PIERREPONT 0 – Matt Robinson played a role in both goals, first to score unassisted, then assist on a Brody VanBuren marker to lift the Yellow Jackets. M-W keeper Jacob Morgan collected seven saves, while Colts goalie Harley Besio notched 14 saves.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 3, CHATEAUGAY 0 – Six players accounted for the Larries' goals: Hayden Perkins from Evan Smith, Charles Dow from Tyler Bethel, and Gabe Horning from William Silver. Thomas Storrin stopped six shots in the shutout.


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

Heuvelton's Braeden Free (1) and Hermon-DeKalb's Jacob Spencer (21) collide in a head-to-head battle for possession.  In one of the Bulldogs’ best chances in the closing minutes of regulation, Free slipped through the defense for a solid shot, but Matthews sprung to his left to make a key save. For the Demons, Hunter Vinette’s partial break was thwarted when Crayford dove into a scrum to tackle the ball.

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.