Bears defeat Lightning 4-1 in exhibition contest in women's hockey
Potsdam, N.Y.—The SUNY Potsdam women’s hockey team defeated the Durham West Lightning 4-1 in its lone preseason contest. Junior forward Annmarie Lewis (Newmarket, Ontario/Aurora Panthers) recorded a hat trick to lead the Bears’ attack. Freshman forward Jessica Silveira (Brampton, Ontario/Brampton Thunder) also scored for Potsdam and sophomore defenseman Nadine Cunningham (Bow, N.H./St. Mark’s Prep) recorded two assists.
Potsdam Recreation to add skating times for tots, parents and seniors
POTSDAM – Potsdam Recreation is adding some skating times to its Pine Street Arena schedule. On Monday, Wednesday and Friday through the season, a parent-tot skate will be held from 10 to 11 a.m.
Parents will pay $1; the tots skate for free. And on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 to 11 a.m., there will be a senior skate, at $1 per skater.
Register now for Fair Housing Workshop event on Nov. 8
OGDENSBURG – The last day to register for a Fair Housing Workshop to promote equal housing access in St. Lawrence County is Oct. 29.
The event will be 8:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 8 at the Dobisky Center and will update the county’s 1999 “Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing.” Workshop participants will be asked to identify steps to promote equal opportunity to safe and decent housing regardless of a person’s race, gender, ethnic origin, religion, disability or familial status.
Pumpkin Carving & Costume Contest on Monday in Ogdensburg
OGDENSBURG – Bring your carved pumpkin to the Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce’s annual free Pumpkin Carving & Costume Contest on Monday, Oct. 25 at the Dobisky Visitors Center.
This year the chamber will again have a costume contest in addition to the carved pumpkin contest. So bring your carved pumpkin to the patio area of the Visitors Center, that’s on the riverside of the building, dress in costume if you would like, and be ready to enjoy the great prizes, refreshments, games and lots of fun.
Shooting Stars synchronized skating team accepting applications; begin practice Nov. 6
POTSDAM – The Shooting Stars, a beginner synchronized skating team sponsored by the Potsdam Figure Skating Club, is accepting applications from skaters working on Basic 4 and above. There are no tryouts.
Teams will be divided based on age, number of skaters and badge level.
Practices will begin Saturday, Nov. 6 from 11 to 11:45 a.m. at Maxcy Arena at SUNY Potsdam. More info: Lisa Cardinal, 265-3254 or [email protected].
Peter M. Smith Jr., 79, from Norfolk came to the United Helpers Maplewood campus after two trees fell on him. He rec eived bothinpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services to regain his strength and mobility. "Mr. Smith worked very hard" said Rebecca Collins, Physical Therapist at Maplewood. Whether it's deconditioning, total joints, strains, balance problems, or other aliments, the United Helpers therapy team can assist patients of all ages and needs. "I feel great," said Smith. "The Maplewood staff helped me a lot.
Hamilton outlasts Clarkson men's soccer team in double overtime, 3-2
CLINTON -- Hennie Bosman scored with 5:43 left in the second sudden-victory overtime period to lift Hamilton College to a 3-2 win against the Clarkson University Men's Soccer team in a Liberty League contest Saturday afternoon at Hamilton's Love Field.
Clarkson is still in the playoff hunt at 6-5-2 overall and 1-4-0 in league, but will need to win its final two games and get some help to gain admittance to the conference tournament. Hamilton clinched a spot in the league tournament with its sixth straight win, moving to 9-1-2 overall and 4-1-0 in league.
SUNY Potsdam men's soccer downed in 2010 season finale
POTSDAM -- The SUNY Potsdam men's soccer team showed grit and determination on Senior Day Saturday night, but were defeated 4-1 by Plattsburgh in a State University of New York Athletic Conference contest at Maxcy Hall Turf Field.
Senior Ian Gadbaw (Norwood, N.Y.) tallied the lone goal for the Bears in the 89th minute, taking a rebound off a free kick that was deflected by senior Ian Glaser (Naples, N.Y.).
Cardinals top Potsdam Bears 3-0 in SUNYAC women's soccer finale
PLATTSBURGH -- The SUNY Potsdam women’s soccer team fell to SUNY Plattsburgh 3-0 Saturday night to wrap up its 2010 SUNYAC campaign.
The Cardinals’ Emily LaLone scored two second half goals to lead the Cardinals past the Bears.
Each team traded scoring opportunities early, but struggled to grab the lead. Steadily the Cardinals built their momentum and increased their pressure on the Potsdam defense.
The Massena Kiwanis Club gave recognition to Bob Squires (right) this year for fifty years of service to the Massena Kiwanis Club. The club awarded Bob with a Legion of Honors certificate and a symbol of their appreciation for the many years of service. George Foley holds the certificate for Bob, himself a 52 year member of Kiwanis. Coleman Guimond (left) presents the award.