Malone Scores Early, But Falls To BHBL Spartans in States 5-1

2019 SECTION X BOYS SOCCER
Final Standings/Non League Records

EAST DIVISION          W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
x-Parishville-Hopkin.
Madrid-Waddington
Chateaugay
Colton-Pierrepont
Brushton-Moira
St. Lawrence Central
Norwood-Norfolk
St. Regis Falls
11-1-2   24    1-1-0
11-2-1   23    1-1-0
  9-4-1   19    1-1-0
  8-5-1   17    2-0-0
  8-6-0   16    1-1-0
  4-9-1     9    0-2-0
2-12-0     4    0-2-0
0-14-0     0    0-1-0
CENTRAL DIVISION   W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
x-Malone
Ogdensburg
Salmon River
Canton
Massena
Potsdam
  8-2-0   16    3-3-0
  5-2-3   13    1-3-0
  6-4-0   12    4-2-0
  4-4-2   10    2-3-0
  2-5-3     7    1-2-1
  1-9-0     2    5-1-0
WEST DIVISION         W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
x-Lisbon
Harrisville
Hermon-DeKalb
Morristown
Hammond
Edwards-Knox
Heuvelton
12-0-0   24    4-0-0
  9-3-0   18    2-1-1
  6-6-0   12    2-2-0
  5-7-0   10    3-1-0
  5-7-0   10    1-2-0
  4-8-0     8    3-1-0
1-11-0     2    2-2-0
INDEPENDENT            W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
Gouverneur   0-0-0     0  0-15-0

Madrid-Waddington’s Matthew Robinson (9) attempts a tackle on Voorheesville’s Shaun Turnbull (10). (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

 

Section X & New York State Boys Class A Playoffs

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2019

NYS Class A Soccer Regional - Potsdam HS
Burnt Hill-Ballston Lake (II) 5, Malone (X) 1

 

WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER 30, 2019

Section X Class A Championship-Potsdam HS
(#1) Malone 2, (#2) Massena 1

MALONE THREE-PEAT: TOPS MASSENA 2-1 FOR "A" TITLE

MALONE 2, MASSENA 1
The Malone Huskies won their third consecutive Section X Class A Championship, holding off the Massena Red Raiders 2-1. The win capped a double championship season in which the Huskies also won the Northern Athletic Conference’s Central Division regular-season title. Both Malone goals ere scored by Trent King, one on a right-wing run, the other on a header. Aadam Fakir and Hans Schumacher provided the assists. Zach Barkman was credited with seven saves. Massena keeper Jaden Brownell stopped 10 shots. Malone advances to state play against Section II, while Massena exited the 2019 season at 3-8-4.  (Photo Gallery posted shortly)

DESPITE EARLY SCORING, MALONE FALLS IN N.Y. OPENER


Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake's Jacob Scott (11) and Malone’s Hans Schumacher (7) battle for possession of a loose ball.  Hans Schumacher’s cross to Trent King produced the game's first goal, giving Malone (X) a 1-0 lead over the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Spartans (II).  However, it would be the only goal the Huskies would muster.  The Spartans went on to beat Malone 5-1.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

Malone’s Hans Schumacher (7) heads the ball to clear a corner threat from BHBL's Jacob Scott (11).  Owen Muller put the moves on the Malone defense and scored for the Spartans, tying the game 1-1.  A short time later, Muller struck from close range with the go-ahead goal, putting the Spartans on the path to a 5-1 win over Malone. The Huskies ended a strong season at 12-6 overall, with both the regular-season NAC Central Division title and the Section X Class A Championship.

 

Section X & N.Y. State Boys Class D Playoffs

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2019

NYS Class D Quarterfinals - Beekmantown HS
Chazy (VII) 1, Lisbon (X) 0

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2019

Section X Class D Championship -Potsdam HS
(#1) Lisbon 1, (#3) Harrisville 0

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2019

Section X Class D Semifinals - Potsdam HS
(#3) Harrisville 2, (#2) Parishville-Hopkinton 0
(#1) Lisbon 1, (#5) Colton-Pierrepont 0

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2019

Section X Class D Quarterfinal - at Higher Seed
(#1) Lisbon 9, (#8) Hammond 1
(#2) Parishville-Hopkinton 4, (#7) Morristown 2
(#3) Harrisville 7, (#6) Hermon-DeKalb 0
(#5) Colton-Pierrepont 1, (#4) Chateaugay 0

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2019

Section X Class D Opening Round - at Higher Seed
(#8) Hammond 2, (#9) Edwards-Knox 1 (OT)
(#7) Morristown 5, (#10) Heuvelton 2
(#6) Hermon-DeKalb 4, (#11) St. Regis Falls 1

TOP-SEED LISBON OUTLASTS COLTS IN SEMIFINAL OVERTIME

LISBON 1, COLTON-PIERREPONT 0 (OT)
Greg Woods’ direct kick, then Chris Jacobs’ short cross allowed Jackson LaRock to bury the game-winner just inside the left post in a 1-0 sudden victory overtime. The goal, with 3:22 left on the OT clock, lifted top-seeded Lisbon past #5-seeded Colton-Pierrepont in the Section X Class D semifinals. Lisbon’s suffocating defense surrounded keeper Hayden LaRock who did not have to field a single shot. Lisbon will face the challenge of Harrisville for the Class D title. Aiden Knight made eight saves for the Colts who closed their season at 12-6-1 overall.

Q-FINALS: COLTS UPSET DOGS,
P-H RALLIES, LISBON ADVANCES

LISBON 9, HAMMOND 1
Top-seeded Lisbon poured in six first-half goals, then cruised to a 9-1 triumph over 8th-seeded Hammond in the Section X Class D quarterfinals. Three of the goals came within a 75-second span late in the first half. Karter Jordan and Strom Walker led the Golden Knights with two goals each. Miles Gendebien contributed a goal and two assists. Jackson LaRock added a goal and an assist, while Alex Vesel dealt out two assists. Six different players scored, while four others had assists for Lisbon. The Knights will face #5-seeded Colton-Pierrepont in the semifinal round. Nate Jewett produced the lone goal for Hammond which wound up at 7-10 for the season.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 1, CHATEAUGAY 0
One lone goal, scored by Tim Farns at 16:00 of the first half, propelled the 5th-seeded Colton-Pierrepont Colts past the #4-seeded Chateaugay Bulldogs, as the only lower seed to win in the Class D playoffs to date. In their semifinal win, Colts’ keeper Aiden Knight collected all 13 shots he faced. The Colts advance to face top-seeded Lisbon for the semifinal round. Carson Richards stopped six of seven shots for the Bulldogs, who finished their season at 10-6-1 overall.

HARRISVILLE 7, HERMON-DEKALB 0
Harrisville scored in the first 45 seconds, then pumped in three more goals before the halftime, before the third-seeded Pirates rolled to a 7-0 win over #6-seeded Hermon-DeKalb in the Section X Class D quarterfinals. Jadon Sullivan stroked the first two goals and assisted on two others, before completing a hat trick midway through the second half. Nolan Parow scored the second pair of goals to round out a 4-0 lead at the half. Ryan Spencer and Fyaz Noor produced the other two goals. Nate Woodward needed three saves to protect the shutout for the Pirates who face #2-seeded Parishville-Hopkinton in the semifinals. Hermon-DeKalb ended its season at 9-9 overall.

HAMMOND, MORRISTOWN ADVANCE PAST OPENING RD.

HAMMOND 2, EDWARDS-KNOX 1 (OT)
Austin McCarty’s goal just 46 seconds into overtime propelled the Hammond Red Devils to a 2-1, first-round win over Edwards-Knox in the Section X Class D playoffs. Brothers Mark and Randy Durham assisted on the game winner for the #8-seeded Red Devils, who advance to face top-seeded Lisbon in the quarterfinal round. Randy Durham scored from McCarty at the 9:26 mark to generate a 1-0 Hammond lead. Avery Whitford tied the score for the Cougars, assisted by Tyler Scott in the 54th minute. Dawson Simons turned aside eight shots for Hammond. Cooper McKay collected 10 saves for E-K that finished its season at 7-10 overall.

MORRISTOWN 5, HEUVELTON 2
Morristown scored five straight goals – two in the first half and three more to open the second half – as the 7th-seeded Green Rockets coasted to a 5-2 victory over #10-seeded Heuvelton in the opening round of the Section X Class D playoffs. Aaron Woodcock set up two goals by Tristin Simmons in the first half. Simmons scored twice (once from Woodcock) and Hector Mendez-Hernandez collected a goal and an assist in the Rockets’ win. Tyler Tillich also dished out an assist. Kade Marshall had four saves in the winning net. Gavin Barney scored both goals for Heuvelton that closed its season at 3-13.

AFTER SAINTS' OPENING GOAL, H-D DEMONS ADVANCE 4-1


Hermon-DeKalb’s Keyvin Joj and St Regis Falls’ Garrett Moss each keep their eye on the bouncing ball, seeking trap and control.  The Green Demons beat the Saints 4-1 during their Section X Class D opening round playoff game.  (Jacob McNamara photos)  Game Gallery

St Regis Falls’ Striker dribbles past Hermon-DeKalb’s Jaydian Carrow in a double team.  With all of the scoring in the first half, St. Regis Falls opened the game on a direct kick from Roger Hartson at 13:19. Hermon-DeKalb bounced back with four unanswered markers. Peyton Hamilton netted a hat trick with goals at the 18:06, 32:05 and 32:41 marks, the last goal on a penalty kick. Keyvin Joj contributed the other goal and an assist for the Green Demons. Andrew Matthews made three saves to protect the win. Hermon-DeKalb advances to face Harrisville in the quarterfinals. St. Regis Falls ended its season at 0-16.

LAROCK'S LONE GOAL LIFTS LISBON TO CLASS D TITLE 1-0


Harrisville’s Jeremiah Johnson dashes past Lisbon’s Karter Jordan in the Section X Class D championship. Lisbon beat Harrisville 1-0. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

Lisbon Central’s Teagan Jordan dishes the ball past Harrisville’s Jadon Sullivan (10). The Lisbon Golden Knights were crowned Section X Class D champions by virtual of the game’s only goal in the 16th minute of play. Following a throw-in, Gregory Wood lifted a direct shot toward a crowded crease.  The ball was punched away by Harrisville keeper Nate Woodward. However, the ball bounded to Jackson LaRock who one-timed his shot past the pulled goalie and scored unassisted for the game’s only marker. Hayden McBath turned away four shots in the Lisbon net. The top-seeded Golden Knights advance to state play against Section VII’s Chazy. Woodward stopped three shots for the #3-seeded Pirates who closed their season at 13-4-2.

Harrisville Beats P-H paNTHERS 2-0 IN SEMIFINALS


Harrisville’s Jeremiah Johnson (24) battles with Parishville-Hopkinton’s Cody Yette (20) to keep the ball in play. A fast-paced game saw Harrisville beat the Panthers 2-0 in the Section X Class D semifinals. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

 Harrisville attacker Matthew Allen (18) attempts to work the ball around Parishville-Hopkinton defender Matthew Fisher (12).  Harrisville’s Ryan Spencer sped onto a lead pass from Nolan Parow 17 minutes into the first half and targeted the shot past Parishville-Hopkinton keeper Caleb Knowles in setting the tone for the game. Adam Szlamczyski fed Parow for the 3rd-seeded Pirates’ second goal with 15:59 left to seal the win in the Section X Class D semifinals. Goalie Nate Woodward turned away four shots on goal to preserve the shutout, while Knowles stopped five shot. Harrisville will face top-seeded Lisbon in the championship round. The Panthers’ season ended at 13-3-2 overall, including the NAC East Division regular-season title.

SNELL LEADS P-H PANTHERS' RALLY PAST MORRISTOWN


Parishville-Hopkinton’s Peyton Snell (10) takes a shot as goalie Morristown goalie Kade Marshall (30) rushes to challenge.  Snell scored three goals in guiding the Panthers to a 4-2 comeback victory over the Green Rockets in the Section X Class D quarterfinals.  (Andrew Baker photo)  Game Gallery

Morristown’s Ashton Colby (11) and P-H's Peyton Snell (10)battle for a loose ball. Morristown jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first 6:15 of the game, but the Panthers clawed their way back with three goals to take the lead before the half, then tallied an insurance goal in the second half for a 4-2 victory in the Section X Class D quarterfinals. Both of Morristown’s goals came from Tristin Simons, assisted by Hector Mendez Hernandez, just 75 seconds apart in the fifth and sixth minutes of the contest. Brendan Phippen put the #2-seeded Panthers on the board on a setup from Peyton Snell at 21:39. Snell drove home a penalty kick to tie the game 10 minutes later, then capped the first half with another goal from Phippen with 3:18 remaining. The third goal, an insurance marker from Snell-Phippen, came midway through the second half to seal the win. P-H goalie Caleb Knowles rounded up five saves. The Panthers advance to face #3-seeded Harrisville in the semifinal round. Kade Marshall turned aside nine shots for the #7-seeded Rockets who close their season at 9-9 overall.

 

 

 

Section X & N.Y. State Boys Class C Playoffs

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2019

NYS Class C Quarterfinals - Hantz Field
Voorheesville (II) 1, Madrid-Waddington (X) 0

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2019

Section X Class C Championship - SUNY Potsdam
(#1) Madrid-Waddington 3, (#2) Brushton-Moira 0

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2019

Section X Class C Semifinal - at Higher Seed
(#1) Madrid-Waddington 4, (#4) Norwood-Norfolk 0
(#2) Brushton-Moira 3, (#3) St Lawrence Central 1

B-M PANTHERS' QUICK JUMP DOOMS ST. LAWRENCE IN SEMI

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 3, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 1
Brushton-Moira scored twice in the first half, then added an insurance score in the second half to guide the Panthers to a 3-1 win in the Section X Class C semifinals. In the 15th minute, Kalub Langdon scored from Justin Kennedy. Eight minutes later, Kennedy doubled the lead on a setup from Wayne Palmer III. Kennedy and Palmer reprised their connection for the third B-M goal. Gary Joanette put the ball on net that was inadvertently kicked in by the B-M goalkeeper for the lone tally for third-seeded St. Lawrence Central that closed its season at 4-12-1 overall. Second-seeded Brushton-Moira will face Madrid-Waddington for the Class C championship.

M-W JACKETS NET 3 PENALTY KICKS IN ELIMINATING FLYERS

MADRID-WADDINGTON 4, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0
The Yellow Jackets’ John McCall delivered a hat trick -- two goals before halftime (10:57 and 13:19), then another late in the second half – to anchor a 4-0 win over the Flyers in the Section X Class C semifinals. Three of the Jackets’ four goals were on penalty shots. McCall gathered in a lead pass from Matt Robinson and netted the first goal. His other two scores were on penalty kicks. Cody Schweinberg also netted a PK, just two minutes after both from McCall. Trent Lashua needed just one save for the shutout behind a solid M-W defense. Madrid-Waddington advances to face Brushton-Moira in the Class C final. Norwood-Norfolk finished its season at 2-15 overall.

M-W JACKETS FALL 1-0 IN
STATE QUARTERFINAL


Madrid-Waddington’s Matthew Robinson (9) attempts a tackle on Voorheesville’s Shaun Turnbull (10).  Turnbull scored the game's only goal in the Blackbirds' 1-0 victory to eliminate the Jackets.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

Voorheesville’s Conrad Becker (4) and Madrid-Waddington’s Joseph Greene (17) go shoulder-to-shoulder for a loose ball.

m-w jackets win class c title with 3-0 win vs. b-m

MADRID-WADDINGTON 3, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 0
Madrid-Waddington’s Cade VanBuren factored into all three goals, as the top-seeded Yellow Jackets shut out Brushton-Moira for the third time this year, including the 3-0 win in the Section X Class C championship. Cade dished off to brother Brody for the first goal in the 27th minute, for the only goal in the first half. Cade then set up Joe Greene’s goal in the fifth minute of the second half, before scoring a goal of his own in the game’s 78th minute. Goalie Trent Lashua made two saves behind a stingy defense. M-W returns to state play to face the winner of the Section II vs. VII matchup. Brushton-Moira closed out the 2019 season at 10-8 overall.

 

Section X & N.Y. State Boys Class B Playoffs

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2019

NYS Class B Quarterfinals - Hantz Field
Schuylerville (II) 1, Ogdensburg (X) 0

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2019

Section X Class B Championship - SUNY Potsdam
(#1) Ogdensburg 1, (#3) Canton 0

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2019

Section X Class B Semifinals - at Higher Seed
(#1) Ogdensburg 7, (#4) Potsdam 2
(#3) Canton 2, (#2) Salmon River 0

DOWNS' GOALKEEPING LEADS CANTON TO 2-0 SEMIFINAL WIN


Canton defender Matthew Haycook (8) dribbles after a successful steal from Salmon River's Timothy Cook (12).   Two second-half goals propelled Canton to a 2-0 win and into the Section X title game. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

Salmon River’s Kade Cook (2) and Canton's Colin Taylor (2) tangle over a loose ball.  After a scoreless first half in front of strong goalie performances by Canton’s Andy Downs and Salmon River’s Ethan Moulton, the #3-seeded Golden Bears rallied for a pair of goals just three minutes apart to beat the 2nd-seeded Shamrocks 2-0 in the Section X Class B semifinals. Christopher Shuckers scored in the 49th minute, followed by Colin Taylor’s insurance marker from Owen Hall in the 52nd minute to seal the trip to the Class B final against top-seeded Ogdensburg. Salmon River volleyed 23 shots putting significant pressure on the Bears, while Canton entered just 10. However, Downs turned aside 12 shots, while Moulton stopped five. Salmon River finished its season at 10-7 overall.

O.F.A. BLASTS 6 FIRST-HALF GOALS TO BEAT POTSDAM 7-2

OGDENSBURG 7, POTSDAM 2
The Blue Devils pounded six first-half goals to lead 6-1 at the break. Top-seeded Ogdensburg went on to beat 4th-seeded Potsdam 7-2 in the Section X Class B semifinals, and advance to the title game against #3-seeded Canton. Karson LaRose led the parade of goals with four. Connor Griffith added a goal and two assists. Holden Woods scored once and assisted on another. Nolan O’Donnell notched the other. O.F.A. advances to meet Canton in the Class B final. Potsdam was led by senior Romano Sergi who scored both goals. The Sandstoner season ended 6-11 overall.

Schuylerville defeats o.F.A. 1-0 IN N.Y. QUARTERFINAL


Schuylerville’s Liam Armstrong (1) scraps with Ogdensburg defender Holden Woods (8) for ball control.  Schuylerville went on to defeat Ogdensburg 1-0 in the New York State Class B quarterfinals. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

Schuylerville’s Reese Tavares (5) heads the ball away from danger from attack by Ogdensburg’s Gregory Mallott (18).

OGDENSBURG WINS CLASS B TITLE IN 1-0 WIN VS. CANTON

OGDENSBURG 1, CANTON 0
Top-seeded Ogdensburg got the game’s only goal from Holden Woods, set up on a corner kick from Kam Johnson with just over nine minutes remaining in the first half. David Vernsey swallowed up 12 shots to backstop a stingy OFA defense, en route to a 1-0 win in the Section X Class B championship. Chris Downs collected 15 stops in net for the Golden Bears who closed their season at 7-8-2 overall.