Roos cross country runs at Mountaineer Invitational at Southern Vermont
BENNINGTON, VT--The SUNY Canton men's and women's cross country teams ran at the Southern Vermont Mountaineer Invitational on Saturday in Bennington, Vt.
The men's team finished in eighth place led by Justin Richardson (Pavilion, N.Y.) who came in 13th out of 103 runners with a time of 31:57.
Graham Stone (Norwood, N.Y.) finished in 33rd place in a time of 33:51. Dylan Barringer (Walkill, N.Y.) came in 35th in a time of 34:16. Scott Jeffers (Livonia, N.Y.) posted a time of 37:12 to take 63rd place.
Patricia Farfaglia, 62, of Hammond and formerly of Fulton died Thursday at University Hospital, Syracuse.
She was born in Glen Rock, NJ to the late Thomas and Alice (Taylor) Gorham. She was a resident of Fulton for several years before moving to Hammond three years ago. Mrs. Farfaglia was a teacher with the Fulton Consolidated School System for 38 years.
Robert E. Fisher, 80, of Apple Valley Drive, Peru, passed away Friday, September 24, 2010 at the CVPH Medical Center.
He was born in Ogdensburg on July 8, 1930, the son of Harry and Lillian (Duval) Fisher. Robert married the former Ruth Henderson on March 12, 1971 in Ogdensburg.
He was a member of the Moose Lodge and the American Legion. Robert enjoyed camping, fishing, and most of all spending time with his family.
Sutton, Saints sack Mariners 13-6; retain Hoffman Cup
St. Lawrence University football team retained the Hoffman Cup in dramatic fashion on Saturday, as the Scarlet and Brown defeated the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy by the score of 13-6 at Captain Tomb Field in Kings Point, NY. Junior Ethan Sutton was named the Saints' Most Valuable Player, as he scored both touchdowns for the winning team, while the defense posted a season-high nine sacks.
Women's tennis Saints at ITA Regionals
St. Lawrence University women's tennis team battled in singles and doubles matches in the first day of the USTA/ITA Northeast Regional Championships at the HWS Tennis Center at William Smith College.
Junior Hillary Drewry led the Saints as she won all four of her matches despite windy weather conditions. She defeated her opponent in first round singles 6-3, 6-1. Drewry then went on to beat Amanda Slack of William Smith 6-2, 6-0 in the second round of singles to advance.
The Great Northern Bruins of Potsdam completed a successful first season of fastpitch softball at the 14U level. Girls from Potsdam, Canton, Norwood and Moira ages 12 to 15 made up the team. The summer season consisted of thirteen games including two tournaments. The girls quickly became competitive placing third in the Lake Placid Invitational. The team also competed in the Can-Am Shootout held in the Watertown area, consisting of 47 teams from NY, PA and OH ages 10 to 19.
Assembly district 122 candidate Blankenbush in Potsdam for ‘meet-and-greet’ on Sept. 30
POTSDAM -- Republican 122nd Assembly District candidate Ken Blankenbush of Black River will be in Potsdam Sept. 30 for a candidate "meet-and-greet."
Blankenbush will be at Sergi's Italian Restaurant, 10 Market St., from 6 to 7 p.m.
Blankenbush is opposed in the November election by Democrat Brian McGrath of Martinsburg.
Support program offered in Ogdensburg for those with cancer, their families and friends Oct. 6
OGDENSBURG -- The Richard E. Winter Cancer Treatment Center and the American Cancer Society co-sponsor a free class for people with cancer and their families and friends Wednesday, Oct. 6, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the center.
The “I Can Cope” support program offers structured classes for people facing cancer. It There are standalone classes addressing an assortment of topics. Facilitators have the flexibility to plan a program that meets the specific needs and concerns of people in their communities.
Oncology nurses Nancy Thompson and Amber Langley are facilitators.
Peak Moment TV shows their solar power system, forestland, wildlife sanctuary today, Monday
Aired on WCKN, Time Warner Channel 30, at 7 p.m., Sunday and Monday, Sept. 26 and 27, Peak Moment guest host Ivey Cone has a conversation with Janaia Donaldson where you can peek behind the scenes at Peak Moment TV’s home base at the Lone Bobcat Woods homestead in California.
Janaia shows off their solar power system, woodstove for heat (and winter waffles), and super efficient refrigerator.
Choosing to reduce their footprint, she and Robyn Mallgren, Peak Moment videographer, don’t feel deprived at all.
Cinema 10 brings “Looking for Eric” to Potsdam on Sept. 27
POTSDAM – Cinema 10 continues its fall 2010 season on Monday, Sept. 27 with a showing of “Looking for Eric,” a 2009 UK/France film about a soccer fanatic in crisis.
This is the perfect film for soccer fans still suffering withdrawal from the latest World Cup.
Eric is a postman whose fanaticism about soccer is the center of his existence, and it is leading him down the path toward personal crisis.
Who better to save him from this fate than the legendary, sage-like footballer, Eric Cantona, “the King” of Manchester United?