Norwood-Norfolk Edges Canton in Final 2020 Sectional Run

2020 Boys Section X
Final Cross Country Standings

 
x-Norwood-Norfolk
Malone
Canton
Salmon River
Tupper Lake
Potsdam
Gouverneur
Brushton-Moira
Ogdensburg
Massena
Clifton-Fine
 W-L   Pct.    GB
 6-0-0   1.000   -
 7-1-0     .857   -
 4-2-0     .667   2
 3-2-1     .583   2½
 3-2-1     .583   2½
 2-2-0     .500   3
 1-1-0     .500   3
 1-4-1     .250   4½
 0-4-1     .100   5
 0-3-0     .000   4½
 0-6-0     .000   6

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

 

2020 Regular-Season and Championship Meets

  NCSN Boys Cross Country Scoreboard

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2020

2020 Final Sectional Run at Norwood-Norfolk
Norwood-Norfolk 36
Canton 37
Potsdam 73
Clifton-Fine inc
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2020

Clifton-Fine at Tupper Lake, canceled

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2020

Norwood-Norfolk 23, Potsdam 38
Malone 15, Massena 50 (inc.)
Canton 15, Ogdensburg 50 (inc.)

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2020

Salmon River 15, Brushton-Moira 50 (inc.)

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2020

Norwood-Norfolk 27, Malone 29
(Clifton-Fine did not participate)
Tupper Lake 15, Ogdensburg 50 (inc.)
Potsdam 27, Salmon River 30
Canton 15, Massena 50 (inc.)
Gouverneur at Brushton-Moira, canceled

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2020

Malone 29, Canton 30
Gouverneur 15, Massena 50 (inc.)
Norwood-Norfolk 15, Brushton-Moira 50 (inc.)
Potsdam 15, Ogdensburg 50 (inc.)

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2020

Salmon River 24, Tupper Lake 31
Salmon River 15, Clifton-Fine 50 (inc.)
Tupper Lake 50, Clifton-Fine 50 (inc.)

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2020

Tupper Lake 25, Potsdam 30
Norwood-Norfolk 15, Gouverneur 46
Canton 17, Brushton-Moira 42
Canton 15, Clifton-Fine 50 (inc.)
Brushton-Moira 15, Clifton-Fine 50 (inc.)

Malone 15, Ogdensburg 50 (inc.)
Malone 15, Salmon River 50 (inc.)
Ogdensburg vs. Salmon River (tie/inc.)

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2020

Norwood-Norfolk 29, Canton 30
Malone 15, Tupper Lake 50 (inc.)
Malone 15, Brushton-Moira 50 (inc.)
Tupper Lake vs. Brushton-Moira tie (inc.)
Clifton-Fine, Gouverneur at Ogdensburg, ppd.

wildcats down massena
for first win of season


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

Raiders and Wildcats runners break from the starting line.
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OTHER OCTOBER 23RD & 24TH RESULTS

MALONE 29, CANTON 30 – Canton claimed three of the top four spots, but Malone had just enough depth to win the next six slots in edging Canton by a point, and staying unbeaten at 5-0. Canton’s Nick Lyndacker crossed the finish line first at 17:40, followed 11 seconds later by teammate Max Finley. Malone’s Dylan Perry finished third at 18:18. Shawn Shannon placed fourth at 18:29, followed by the Huskies Tye Royal at 18:45 to round out the top five. Canton fell to 2-2.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 15, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 50 (INC.)
– The Flyers finished in the first seven places to outrun the Panthers. Owen Haas (18:41) won by 24 seconds. The closely-bunched corps of Anthony Fiacco (19:05), Dominick Fiacco (19:11), Lance Bradley (19:12) and Logan Bradley (19:19) rounded out the top five. Brushton-Moira’s top finisher, Caleb Fludd finished eighth at 21:36.

POTSDAM 15, OGDENSBURG 50 (INC.)
– Potsdam won three of the first four positions for the win. Potsdam’s Dean Finnegan (17:39) set the pace, far ahead of the rest of the pack. O.F.A.’s Mitchell McCarthy (20:29), then Potsdam’s Jack Joyce (20:39) and Emilano Gomez (21:17), and the Devils’ Connor McRoberts (22:18) claimed the top five.

SALMON RIVER 24, TUPPER LAKE 31, CLIFTON-FINE INC.
SaSalmon River runners nailed down the top three finishes in grabbing its first two wins of the season, beating Tupper Lake 24-31 and incomplete Clifton-Fine.  Xavier Collins (20:00), Austin Avery Durant (20:44) and Gunner Mitchell (21:08) led the Shamrock crew.  Tupper Lake's Carter Riley (21:47) and Tyler LaPlante (22:00) rounded out the top five. Brandon Jaquith finished seventh to lead the Eagles.

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


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

The Sandstoners made their first appearance of the season with a strong 1-2 finish.  Following Crocker, teammate Finnegan Dean finished second, a minute and a half later.   Tupper Lake's Carter Riley, Tyler LaPlante and Averill Amell rounded out the top five places.
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OTHER OCTOBER 17TH RESULTS

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 15, GOUVERNEUR 46 – The Flyers swept the top-five positions: Dom Fiacco 18:46, Owen Haas 19:00, Anthony Fiacco 19:10, Michael Richards 19:24, Lance Bradley 19:25. Gouverneur’s top runner (6th) Cole Siebels 19:33.

MALONE SWEEPS O.F.A. 15-50, SALMON RIVER 15-50
– Malone logged the first 10 finishes against incomplete Blue Devil and Shamrock rosters. Top Five: Dylan Perry 17:47, Tye Royal 18:29, Watson Chodat 18:55, Dylan Denny 19:58, Will Leroy 20:13. Top Salmon River runner: Xavier Collins (6th) 20:18. Top O.F.A. runner: Mitchell McCarthy (11th) 22:38.

CANTON SWEEPS CLIFTON, BRUSHTON; B-M 2ND –
CanCanton dominated six of the top seven times to sweep the Panthers and incomplete Eagles. Canton’s Nick Lyndaker 17:35, Max Finney 17:36 and Sean Shannon 18:03, Brushton-Moira’s Luke Chapman 19:49, Canton’s Dan Creurer 19:59. Clifton-Fine’s top runner: Brandon Jaquith (11th) 22:57.

 

 

FLYERS WIN FINAL MEET TO FINISH UNBEATEN SEASON


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

Canton’s Nick Lyndaker dashes toward the finish line to complete the section's final meet at Norwood-Norfolk. The Flyers captured a narrow team victory with the low of 36 points, while the Golden Bears placed in second with 37 points. The Potsdam Sandstoners took home third place with 73 points while the Clifton-Fine Eagles were incomplete.  The Eagles top runner was Brandon Jaquith at 22:45.

finlay leads canton charge in win over ogdensburg 


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

Canton's Max Finlay makes his final dash toward the finish line, taking first place.  Canton’s five lone runners crossed the finish line ahead of O.F.A.’s four competitors. The Bears’ Max Finley (15:54) legged out a 19-second win over teammate Nick Lyndaker (16:15). Daniel Creurer (18:06), Brendan Nolan (18:07) and Charlie Todd (19:43) claimed the top five spots for Canton (4-2). O.F.A.’s top runner Mitchel McCarthy finished sixth at 21:32.
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OTHER NOVEMBER 7TH RESULTS

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 23, POTSDAM 38 – Owen  Haas led a field of 17 runners, crossing the finish line at 17:20 to lead the Flyers who finish the regular season undefeated at 6-0. Potsdam (2-2) claimed the next two positions with Skye Crocker 14.3 seconds off the pace (17:43.3) and Finnegan Dean 19 seconds later (17:52.3). The Flyers then claimed the next eight finishes to seal the win. N-N’s Dominic Fiacco (17:57.6) and Anthony Fiacco (18:03.6) rounded out the top five.

MALONE 15, MASSENA 50 (INC.) – Massena’s three runners claimed fourth, sixth and eighth place, but Malone claimed the remaining 11 slots in improving their record to 7-1. Nic Thompson led the field of 14 runners at 19:42.18, followed by teammates Spencer Miletich (20:47.64) and Ethan Robistow (20:51.49). Logan Dobbins led the Raiders in fourth at 21:06.74, followed by the Huskies Dylan Keating who clocked in at 22:09.13 to account for the top five.

SALMON RIVER OUTRUNS B-M PANTHERS IN WED. MEET

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

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


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

Malone's emerges from the woods and would place second.  The Flyers' Owen Haas took the top spot in a time of 18:16. Malone took the next three places with Tye Royal just six seconds off the pace. Dylan Perry was third at 18:33, Watson Chodat clocked in at 18:42. Norwood-Norfolk’s Dominick Fiacco finished at 18:53 to round out the top five.
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OTHER OCTOBER 31ST RESULTS

TUPPER LAKE 15, OGDENSBURG 50 (INC.) – Tupper Lake (3-2-1) sent four of the first five runners across the finish line in besting the Blue Devils. Junior Carter Riley set the pace at 21:02, a 43-second margin over second-place finisher Mitchell McCarthy of O.F.A. Lumberjack freshmen Tyler LaPlante finished third at 22:11 and Logan Flagg fourth place (22:38), followed by sophomore Avery Amell (22:45) to round out the top five.

POTSDAM 27, SALMON RIVER 30 – Potsdam improved to 2-1, squeezing past Salmon River. Potsdam claimed the top two positions, but Salmon River placed the next four finishers. Potsdam’s greater depth provided the final margin by winning the next five spots. Skye Crocker ran the course in 16:50.4, 47 seconds ahead of Sandstoner teammate Finnegan Dean. Salmon River’s Xavier Collins was third at 19:06, with Shamrock teammates Gunner Mitchell (19:22) and Ashton Avery-Durant closing out the top five at 20:38.7. Salmon River is 2-2-1.

CANTON 15, MASSENA 50 (INC.) – Canton swept the first five finishes in improving to 3-2. Top finisher Max Finley (17:33) beat Bears’ teammate Nick Lyndaker by one second at the finish line. Sean Shannon claimed third place at 18:38, followed by Daniel Creurer (20:31) and Brendan Nolan at 21:08. Logan Dobbins was Massena’s best finisher in sixth place (21:44).

noRwood-norfolk squeaks out 29-30 win over canton


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

Runners from Norwood-Norfolk and Canton dash off the starting line to begin the season-opening meet.  The Flyers took seven of the top 10 places to squeeze out a 29-30 win.