Brasher Falls Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Brasher Falls, NY

  • 8 min ago | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Massena scores early in football victory over St. La...

    After scoring early, the Massena Central varsity football team wasn't allowed to score too often in posting a 28-0 NAC decision over St. Lawrence Central on Saturday. “Our defense played very well today but we're still having trouble sometimes on offense dealing with adjustments made by the other teams,” said coach Anthony Diagostino after the Raiders turned back the Larries in their annual Hall of Fame Game at Mike Nicholas Field.


  • Yesterday | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Massena, SLC girls soccer teams suffer hard-fought N...

    The Massena Central and St. Lawrence Central varsity girls soccer teams both suffered hard-fought setbacks in NAC Central Division action on Friday. Canton 1, Massena 0: At Roger Dusharm Field, the host Lady Golden Bears staged a perfectly executed corner kick midway through the second half to account for the only goal of the game.


  • Yesterday | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Potsdam girls swim past FA; Massena, SLC, Salmon Riv...

    The Potsdam Central varsity girls swim team picked up its first win of the season in a 96-74 Division II decision at home over Franklin Academy while Massena Central, St. Lawrence Central and Salmon River all fell short to division rivals in NAC meets on Friday. Potsdam 96, FA 74: At the Clarkson University pool, the Lady Sandstoners posted wins in nine of 11 events to come away with their first win after a one-point loss in their season debut to Gouverneur this past Tuesday.


  • Thursday | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Massena Hall of Fame inducts class of 2014 at ceremo...

    The Massena Central School Athletic Hall of Fame, now entering its 25th year, will induct seven individuals and four teams Friday night - coach Mary Arcadi, Brett Derouchie - 2002, Emily Maston - 2001, Aimee Meacham-Poirier - 2004, Libby Park - 2003, Jason Raiti - 2001, Ryan Toth - 2002, 1997 girls soccer coached by Betty Robert, 2001 volleyball coached by Mary Arcadi, and 2001 and 2002 baseball coached by Darrell Paquin.


  • Wednesday Sep 17 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Potsdam football hosts OFA; Massena welcomes SLC for...

    Potsdam Central squares off against defending Class C champion OFA while Massena Central and St. Lawrence Central renew their longstanding rivalry in Week 3 of the NAC varsity football season. Two teams off to 2-0 starts are set to line up against each other at the Potsdam Central turf field Friday night in a rematch of last year's Section 10 Class C final that saw OFA knock off the previously unbeaten Sandstoners.


  • Tuesday Sep 16 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Potsdam, Massena girls soccer teams notch convincing...

    The Potsdam Central and Massena Central varsity girls soccer teams both netted convincing NAC Central Division wins at their home turfs on Tuesday. Potsdam 7, OFA 0: In Potsdam, senior Kelsey Green converted off an assist from Hannah Drecshel just four minutes into the game and the Lady Sandstoners never looked back in raising their overall record to 5-0 and league mark to 4-0.


  • Monday Sep 15 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    OFA boys turn back Potsdam; Massena, N-N, P-H, SLC n...

    OFA's DaKota Brady spent most of his time in Monday's NAC Central Division varsity boys soccer game with Potsdam Central in the defensive backfield helping to stave off creative threats. But he did venture downfield twice on corner kicks and on the second venture he netted his first goal of the season and the only goal of the Blue Devils' 1-0 victory.


  • Saturday Sep 13 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Potsdam Rolls To 2-0 Record

    Potsdam Central varsity football coach Jim Kirka got what he was looking for from his team in a 36-0 NAC win on the road over St. Lawrence Central on Saturday. “We're a very young team so as long as we keep showing improvement, that's all you really want to see as a coach and I thought we were much improved over last week,” said Kirka after the Sandstoners methodically pulled away from a 14-0 halftime lead through a driving rain at Randy Riggs Field.


  • Friday Sep 12 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Massena, SLC swim teams win NAC openers

    The Massena Central varsity girls swim team helped get the career of first-year coach Emily Aumand off to a successful start on Friday by pulling away to a 72-21 win at home over Salmon River Central in the NAC season-opener for both squads. The host Lady Raiders scored wins in all but one event.


  • Thursday Sep 11 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    N-N, P-H boys soccer teams net home shutout wins

    The Norwood-Norfolk and Parishville-Hopkinton varsity boys soccer teams netted NAC East Division wins on their home fields Thursday afternoon. N-N 2, St. Regis Falls 0: In Norfolk, Brandon Palmer finished off a play set up by Shaw Keleher 24 minutes into the game to give the host Flyers the lead.


  • Tuesday Sep 9 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Potsdam Central girls rally for NAC Central soccer w...

    The Potsdam Central varsity girls soccer team rallied to edge Massena Central 2-1 in an early-season matchup of NAC Central Division favorites at Mike Nicholas Field on Tuesday. Making their league debut, the host Lady Raiders struck for the opening goal when Devin Kelly intercepted a clearing attempt in Potsdam's defensive zone, worked the ball quickly over to Mia Jermano, who eluded a defender then cross a shot from 20 yards out into the top left of the goal with 9:40 left in the first half.


  • Friday Sep 5 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    OFA Football christens new field with win over SLC

    Two third-and-short stops by the defense served as preludes to long-gain touchdowns as OFA opened a new football season and christened its stadium with 41-0 victory over St. Lawrence Central on Friday night. The contest, which played before a crowd of 1300, was called because lightning with 7:21 remaining in the third quarter.


Brasher Falls High Schools

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