Dinneen, Norwood-Norfolk Set The Pace in Final Section Run

2020 Girls Section X
Final Cross Country Standings


x-Norwood-Norfolk
Malone
Salmon River
Canton
Ogdensburg
Gouverneur
Tupper Lake
Brushton-Moira
Clifton-Fine
Massena
Potsdam
 W-L-T Pct.    GB
 6-0-0   1.000   -
 6-2-0     .750   1
 4-1-1     .750   1½
 3-1-2     .667   2
 3-2-0     .600   2½
 1-1-1     .500   3
 2-3-1     .417   3½
 0-3-3     .250   4½
 0-4-2     .083   5
 0-3-0     .000   4½
 0-4-0     .000   5

Runners from Canton, Potsdam, Norwood-Norfolk and Clifton-Fine fire off the starting line to begin the final conference meet of 2020 on the Norwood-Norfolk Cross Country Course. The Flyers captured the team victory earning 18 points, while the Canton Golden Bears placed in second recording 41 points. The Potsdam Sandstoners and the Clifton-Fine Eagles were both incomplete. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

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2020 Regular-Season and Championship Meets

 NCSN Girls Cross Country Scoreboard

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2020

2020 Final Sectional Run - at Norwood-Norfolk
Norwood-Norfolk 18
Canton 41
Potsdam inc.
Clifton-Fine inc.

 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2020

Clifton-Fine at Tupper Lake, canceled

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2020

Norwood-Norfolk 15, Potsdam 50 (inc.)
Malone 15, Massena 50 (inc.)
Canton 20, Ogdensburg 35

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2020

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

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2020

Norwood-Norfolk 16, Malone 46
(Clifton-Fine did not participate)
Ogdensburg 15, Tupper Lake 50 (inc.)
Salmon River 27, Potsdam 28
Canton 15, Massena 50 (inc.)
Gouverneur at Brushton-Moira, canceled

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2020

Canton 25, Malone 32
Gouverneur 15, Massena 50 (inc.)
Norwood-Norfolk 15, Brushton-Moira 50 (inc.)
Ogdensburg 15, Potsdam 50 (inc.)

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2020

Salmon River 25, Tupper Lake 30
Salmon River 15, Clifton-Fine 50 (inc.)
Tupper Lake 50, Clifton-Fine 50 (inc.)

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2020

Norwood-Norfolk 22, Gouverneur 33
Malone 27, Ogdensburg 28
Malone 15, Salmon River 50 (inc.)
Ogdensburg 15,
Salmon River 50 (inc.)
Canton vs. Clifton-Fine (tie/inc.)
Canton vs. Brushton-Moira (tie/inc.)
Clifton-Fine vs. Brushton-Moira (tie/inc.)

Tupper Lake 15, Potsdam 50 (inc.)

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2020

Norwood-Norfolk 19, Canton 40
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.

Gouverneur locks up top 8 spots, beating massena


Gouverneur locked up the top five in their Week 3 run at Massena: Randi Griffith 22:30.02, Ella Impaglia 22:30.58, Rikki Griffith 22:35.77, Meredith Bush 22:39.87 and Zoe Griffith 23:32.39.  Gouverneur won the meet with a 15-50 score over Massena. (Andrew Baker photo) Meet Gallery

Runners from Massena and Gouverneur dash off the starting line.  Top runner from Massena was Rebekah Garrow who placed ninth with a time of 17:09.11.
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OTHER OCTOBER 23RD & 24TH RESULTS

SALMON RIVER 25, TUPPER LAKE 30, CLIFTON-FINE INC.
Tupper Lake's Raegan Frtiz (25:15) captured the top spot, but Salmon River runners placed the next three finishes to squeeze past the Jacks 25-30.  Clifton-Fine has just two runners to finish incomplete.  Emily Wells (26:49), Jasmine Oakes (26:55) and Alexandria Nye (27:162) led the Shamrocks.  Tupper's Olivia Ellis was a close fifth at 27:16.5.  Grace Southwick finished seventh at 31:08 to lead the Eagles.

CANTON 25, MALONE 32 – Despite having just six runners, Canton captured four of the top five positions to seal the upset win at Malone. The Huskies lost for the first time this season at 4-1. Canton won for the first time at 1-1-2. The Bears’ Grace McDonough ran a 22:43, to beat Malone’s Bethany Poirier by 29 seconds. Canton’s Julia Bessette (23:18), Lydia Kennedy (24:30) and Emily Pandel (25:06) rounded out the top five.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 15, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 50 (INC.) – The Flyers (3-0) captured four of the first five positions. NN-Rachel Howie (21:59), NN-Maddie Ashley (25:01), BM-Olivia Bobbie (25:02), NN-Maddie O’Brien (25:28) and NN-Kiley Tebeau (26:24) rounded out the top five.

OGDENSBURG 15, POTSDAM 50 (INC.) – Potsdam’s Isabella Shatraw crossed the finish line first at 20:02, better than two minutes ahead of O.F.A.’s Lexi Beaulieu. The Sandstoners’ Abigail Hughes (24:04), and the Blue Devils’ Brianna McROberts (24:53) and Emma Murray (26:44) closed out the top five runners.

 dinneen leads as Flyers top canton in 2020 openER


Runners from Canton and Norwood-Norfolk dash across the opening straight-away, before entering the forested section of the Norwood-Norfolk cross-country course.  The Flyers pulled away, capturing the top three places to  earn a 19-40 victory to open the 2020 season. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Madeline Dinneen sprints toward the finish to earn her first victory of the season in a time of 20:10. Norwood-Norfolk's Sharon Colbert and Rachel Hewey took second and third places respectively, while Canton’s Julia Bessette ad Grace McDonahough rounded out the top five.

tupper lake DASHES TO WIN IN potsdam'S 2020 OPENER


Runners from Potsdam and Tupper Lake jet off the starting line to begin the race in the Sandstoners' season opener.  The Lumberjacks took home the 15-50 victory over the Sandstoners, as the hosts were one runner short of a complete team, despite individual first- and second-place finishes.  (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Isabella Shatraw ran away from the rest of the field with a time of 19:20.5, five minutes faster than second-place teammate Abigail Hughes.   Tupper Lake's Reagan Fritts, Olivia Ellis and Meika Nadeau rounded out the top five.  Potsdam runners claimed the first two spots, but Tupper Lake captured four of the next five positions in besting the Sandstoners.
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OTHER OCTOBER 17TH RESULTS

 NORWOOD-NORFOLK 22, GOUVERNEUR 33 – Flyers took four of the top six positions to anchor the win. Top Five: NN Madison Dinneen 19:35, NN Shannon Colbert 20:25, NN Rachel Hewey 21:59, Gouv. Ella Impagia 22:23, Gouv Rikki Griffith 23:10.

MALONE SWEEPS O.F.A. 27-28, SALMON RIVER 15-50 – In a wild mixed finish, Malone captured first and third places, while Ogdensburg runners placed fifth and sixth, to outlast the Blue Devils by a point. Top Five: Mal-Brittany Poirier 23:44, OFA-Lexi Beaulieu 24:40, Mal-Adeline Chodat 25:34, SR- Julia Oakes 27:59, OFA-Emma Murray 28:22.

CANTON, CLIFTON-FINE, BRUSHTON-MOIRA – All three incomplete teams shared tie for the meet. Canton captured the top three finishes: Grace McDonough 27:01, Julia Bessette 22:08, Emily Pandel 24:27. Brushton-Moira held the next two spots: Olivia Bobbie 25:00, Holland Goddard 27:59. Clifton-Fine’s Grace Southwick finished sixth at 29:32.

dinneen, FLYERS FINISH 2020 WITH UNDEFEATED RECORDS


Runners from Canton, Potsdam, Norwood-Norfolk and Clifton-Fine fire off the starting line to begin the final conference meet of 2020 on the Norwood-Norfolk Cross Country Course. The Flyers captured the team victory earning 18 points, while the Canton Golden Bears placed in second recording 41 points. The Potsdam Sandstoners and the Clifton-Fine Eagles were both incomplete. (Cody Jenne photo) Meet Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk’s Madeline Dinneen sprints in the final 100 yards toward the finish line.  Dinneen captured first place in the meet posting a time of 19:22, followed by teammate Sharon Colbert in second, just 24 seconds off the pace. Potsdam’s Isabelle Shatraw (20:32), and Norwood-Norfolk’s Rachel Hewey (22:31) and Lauren Sweet (22:39) rounded out the top five individual finishers.  Canton's Grace McDonough placed sixth at 22:39.  Grace Southwick led Clifton-Fine in 13th position at 27:46.

CANTON PUSHES 4-OF-5 TOP RUNNERS TO TOP BLUE DEVILS


A trio of runners from Canton and Ogdensburg swing past the entrance to the U.S.-Canada bridge midway through the meet. The Golden Bears captured the 20-35 victory over the Blue Devils.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Meet Gallery

Canton’s Grace McDonough sprints toward the finish line claiming first place, clocking in at 20:07.  Canton runners captured four of the first five positions in beating O.F.A. Teammate Julia Bresett pulled in second (20:59), followed by the Devils’ Lexi Beaulieu (21:21), Canton’s Lydia Kennedy (22:16) and Emily Pandel (22:23) wrapped up the top five finishers.
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OTHER NOVEMBER 7TH RESULTS

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 15, POTSDAM 50 (INC.) – The Flyers (6-0) aced the first six positions. Madelyn Dineen claimed the finish line first at 18:28.3. Sharon Colbert (18:56.6), Rachel Hewey (20:27.4), Lauren Sweet (21:35.7) and Madison Ashley (22:55.3) rounded out the top five. Potsdam’s Abigail Hughes led just three runners for the Sandstoners, clocking in at 24:20.9.

MALONE 15, MASSENA 50 (INC.) – Malone (6-2) claimed eight of the top nine finishes, led by Bethany Poirier at 23:50.62, outpacing the rest of the field by two-and-a-half minutes. Teammates Adeline Chodat (26:29.44) and Emily Pelham (27:22.92) claimed the next two spots. Massena’s top runner, Rebekah Garrow was fourth at 28:19.70. The Huskies’ Sydney LeRoy closed out the top five at 28:32.16.

b-m's bobbie tops race, but salmon river wins meet

SALMON RIVER 15, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 50 (INC.) – Brushton-Moira’s Olivia Bobbie (23:53) clocked in just 17 seconds ahead of Salmon River’s Emily Wells to capture first place. Rounding out the top five were Salmon River’s Jasmine Oakes (25:45) and Alexandria Nye (25:58), followed by Brushton-Moira’s Holly Goddard at 26:42.

N-N FLYERS RACE PAST MALONE TO STAY UNBEATEN


First place on the line: Norwood-Norfolk captured six of the top seven places to down Malone 16-46. Norwood-Norfolk's Maddie Dinneen (above) claimed first place at 19:20, more than a minute-and-a-half ahead of second-place teammate Sharon Colbert.  (Andrew Baker photo)

Malone runners race toward the finish line. N-N runners Rachel Hewey placed third at 21:52 and Lauren Sweet timed at 23:22. Rounding out the top five was Malone’s Bethany Poirer at 23:43.
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OTHER OCTOBER 31ST RESULTS

SALMON RIVER 27, POTSDAM 28 – Potsdam captured first and second place, but Salmon River claimed five of the next six positions for the one-point victory. Sandstoner Isabella Shatraw (19:26) ran away from the rest of the field by a margin of 4:21. Teammate Abigail Hughers (23:47.8), and Shamrock runners Alexandra Bye (24:27.6), Emily Wells (25:02.5) and Jasmine Oakes (25:52.5) completed the top five. Salmon River improved to 3-1-1.

OGDENSBURG 15, TUPPER LAKE 50 (INC.) – The Blue Devils’ Elexis Beaulieu (24:08) distanced herself ahead of the rest of the field by three minutes 13 seconds in claiming first place. Tupper Lake freshman Raegan Fritts (27:21) and sophomore Meika Nadeau (29:03) claimed second and third respectively. O.F.A.’s Emma Murray (29:43) and Myah Myers (29:53) completed the top five.

CANTON 15, MASSENA 50 (INC.) – Canton’s six runners claimed all but one spot atop the leaderboard in improving to 2-1-2. Grace McDonough (22:54) out-legged teammate Julia Bessette by just three seconds in the battle for first place. Emily Pandel (24:14) and Lydia Kennedy (26:45) claimed the next two positions. Massena’s Rebekah Garrow finished fifth at 27:32.