The same four teams that played last year met again Sunday at Clarkson University's Cheel Arena to determine Section 10's hockey championships.
Norwood-Norfolk, which lost the Division II title a year ago, avenged that defeat by knocking off St. Lawrence Central 3-2 in the Division II game. It was the first title for the school since 1998.
Massena claimed a third-straight title with a 10-1 rout of Potsdam in the Division I championship.
Both games featured big early leads. Norwood-Norfolk was up 3-0 after one period and Massena led 4-0 after the opening period.
Here are some video highlights from today's contests:
Former Syracuse University lineman Macky MacPherson is scheduled to appear as the annual guest speaker at the Lowville Elks Lodge Father-Son Banquet on March 4.
MacPherson just completed a standout career for the Orange, winning All-Atlantic Coast Conference Bowl Team honors after Syracuses victory over Minnesota in the Texas Bowl last month.
MacPherson, who is from Syracuse, also was on the Rimington Award watch list for the nations top center and won all-academic honors for a third straight year. He played in 49 games at center since beginning as a true freshman in 2010. He started every game since his sophomore year. He was team captain last season.
MacPherson is the grandson of former SU head coach Dick MacPherson.
Dinner is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale at the Lowville Elks lodge and available to Elks and invited guests.
CORTLAND Tom DiCamillo will take over as State University of New York Athletic Conference commissioner on Jan. 27, the conference announced Monday.
DiCamillo replaces Brian Williams, the associate director of athletics at New Paltz, who served as interim commissioner since last July. Williams filled in for Lowville native Azure Davey who left her post as SUNYACs second commissioner after one year. Davey succeed founding commissioner Patrick Damore who held the job for 33 years.
DiCamillo most recently has worked as assistant commissioner of the NCAA Division II Pacific West Conference and executive director of public relations for Central Arizona College. He has worked in both jobs since 2006.
DiCamillo will run the conference office and represent the conference in all administration matters.
Sandy Creek junior Matt Ennist has been chosen for the All-State Class D first team for the second consecutive season by the New York State Sportswriters Association.
The 6-foot-4, 325-pound offensive lineman helped the Comets to the Section 3 championship game this past season as a two-way standout.
Enniss teammate, senior linebacker Jake Benedict, also made the Class D first team. Tupper Lake defensive back Mitch Keniston is on the second team.
In Class C, General Brown junior running back Zech Pitre, General Brown senior center Rob Pickeral and Immaculate Heart Central wide receiver Nick Koelmel earned second-team offensive honors.
IHC senior defensive end Cody St. Onge was a second-team pick on defense, as was Potsdam senior defensive back Will Coleman.
Cole Carpenter, IHCs junior quarterback, was a third-team offensive selection as was Potsdam senior running back Oden Robertson. Kevin Goolden, an Ogdensburg Free Academy senior defensive lineman and teammate Josh Leibstein, a senior defensive back, made the third-team defense in Class C.
Thousand Islands sophomore running back Tavis Anderson and IHC senior linebacker Austyn Frechette were honorable mention picks in Class C.
South Jefferson junior running back Dylan Beckstead is on the honorable mention list in Class B.
The Class AA and A all-state teams will be announced next week.
Freshman forward Kathleen Coloney of the Jefferson Community College womens basketball team was named the Region 3 Co-Athlete of the Week on Tuesday.
Coloney scored 22 points and hauled in 13 rebounds in a Region 3 victory over North Country CC on Saturday, helping the Cannoneers finish their first-semester schedule with an 8-2 overall record.
Coloney, who graduated from Harrisville in June, is majoring in hospitality and tourism at JCC.