Canton Claims 2022 Championship; Potsdam 2nd, Gouverneur 3rd

2022 SECTION X SPRING TRACK
Final NCSN Boys Team
Standings

 
Gouverneur
Potsdam
Canton
Malone
Norwood-Norfolk
Ogdensburg
Salmon River
Massena
Tupper Lake
Madrid-Waddington
Clifton-Fine
W-L-T   GB
  6-0-0     -
  5-0-0       ½
  7-1-0      -
  3-2-0     2½
  3-2-0     2½
  3-3-0     3
  2-4-0     4
  1-3-0     4
  1-5-0     5
  1-6-0     5
  0-6-0     6

Competitors from Tupper Lake, Salmon River and Massena and the early page of the boys 1600 meters event.   Canton found its way to the championship title, which has eluded the Golden Bears for more than two decades.

 

Section X Spring Track Championship

 NCSN Boys Track & Field Scoreboard

THURSDAY-FRIDAY, JUNE 2-3, 2022

Section X Championships at Potsdam
Canton 171
Potsdam 135
Gouverneur 59
Malone 58
Massena 53
Salmon River 24
Norwood-Norfolk 18
Madrid-Waddington 15
Ogdensburg 14
Tupper Lake 10

Complete 2022 Championship Results

The Section X boys and girls track championships were held at Potsdam High School.  Canton’s Nick Lyndaker won the 800, 1600 and 3200-meter runs, teammate Max Finley was the winner of the 400-hurdles and 3000 steeplechase, Ayomi Odetoyinbo won the high jump, while Daniel Armendaris-Huang won the Freshman 1600. Potsdam’s Ansen Herrick won the 400-meter dash, long jump and triple jump, Harley Besio won the discus, Theo Hughes and Simon Bullwinkel medaled in the pentathlon. Massena’s Ryan Deshane bested the 110-meter hurdles, while teammate Aaron Binion won the 100- and 200-dashes. Tupper Lake’s Nolan Savage tossed the longest shot put, Canton won the 1600- and 3200-meter team relays, while Gouverneur took the 400-relay. Canton was the Section X champions, with Potsdam second and Gouverneur third.

CANTON WINS SECTION X TITLE; POTSDAM 2ND; WILDCATS 3RD


Canton's Ayomi Odetoyinbo sails over the bar, and on his way to winning the gold medal in the high jump.  Canton captured the Section X Boys Spring Track Championship for the first time in more than 20 years.  Potsdam was second, Gouverneur third.  (Bob LaRue photo)