The Colton Winter Fest Quilt Show will be held January 29-30 as part of Colton Winterfest weekend. Saturday hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Quilts will be on display in the Colton Hepburn Library, Colton Town Hall, Zion Episcopal Church and Catamount Lodge. See story here.
Matt Cray gets set to make a save as Garrett Rosenbaum dives to block the puck.
Clarkson's Coleman chosen as one of top Division III prospects by Baseball America
Over the past decade, the Clarkson University Baseball team has had some talented players on its roster, including some that went on to play professionally in the independent leagues. None, however, have created pre-draft buzz like junior Jerry Coleman (Potsdam, NY), who was named as the second overall draft prospect in all of Division III Baseball by Baseball America, the top amateur/minor league publication in the industry.
Roo's Camp nets hat trick in win over Cortland
(Canton, N.Y.)- Darren Camp (Canton, N.Y.) netted a hat trick Sunday afternoon lifting the SUNY Canton men’s ice hockey team past Cortland State 8-2 at the Canton Pavilion in an ACHA Division I game.
The 20th-ranked Roos won their 20th game for the third straight year and moved to 20-6 overall.
LaFave of Ogdensburg posts double-double for Roos against Fort Kent
(Fort Kent, Maine)- The SUNY Canton women’s basketball team wrapped up a rugged trip to Northern Maine on Sunday as they fell to the University of Maine at Fort Kent 56-39 in a Sunrise Conference contest.
The Roos went 2-1 on the trip picking up key victories over the University of Maine at Machias on Friday and the University of Maine at Presque Isle on Saturday and they are now 3-2 in the conference and 5-9 overall.
Roo's Vaughn scores 18 against Fort Kent
(Fort Kent, Maine)- The SUNY Canton men’s basketball team concluded their swing through Northern Maine with a 77-69 loss to the University of Maine at Fort Kent.
SUNY Canton outscored the Bengals 42-41 in the second half shooting 50 percent from the field, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a nine-point halftime deficit.Khalid Vaughn led the Roos with 18 points on Sunday
Khalid Vaughn (New York, N.Y.) scored a career-high 18 points to lead the Roos.
SUNY Potsdam men’s hockey falls short of upset bid
POTSDAM, N.Y. – The SUNY Potsdam men’s hockey team surrendered a pair of early goals, which proved to be the difference in a 4-3 defeat against No. 7 Geneseo in a State University of New York Athletic Conference contest concluded Sunday at Clarkson University’s Cheel Arena.
The game, which began Saturday night at Maxcy Hall Ice Arena, had been suspended to Sunday following the first period due to an ice malfunction during the intermission. The Blue Knights led 3-1 after the first period.
SUNY Potsdam women pull away from Red Dragons late
Potsdam, N.Y.—The SUNY Potsdam women’s hockey team (7-9-1, 3-8 ECAC West) scored four times in the third period and defeated the Cortland Red Dragons 6-1 at Clarkson University’s Cheel Arena on Sunday afternoon. Juniors Annmarie Lewis (Newmarket, Ontario/Aurora Panthers) and Breanna Roy (Orleans, Ontario/Nepean Wildcats) each scored two goals for the Bears. Sophomore goaltender Jen Conophy (Glenmont, N.Y./Albany Ice Cats) made 16 saves for the win.
Saint women prevail, men drop close meet at Potsdam
St. Lawrence University's women's swim team had nine individual event wins and four seconds and won both relays in a 138-89 dual meet victory over SUNY Potsdam at Potsdam on Saturday, while the Saint men had five individual wins, five seconds and a relay win, but were second to the Bears 135-105.
Clarkson nordic skiers open 2011 on successful note
With the Clarkson University Nordic Ski team serving as host, the United States Collegiate Ski Association (USCSA) 2011 season opener was successfully completed at Lake Placid's Mt. Van Hoevenberg venue on Saturday. The Golden Knights managed to handily win both the women's and men's 10k duathlon event. Sunday's race was cancelled due to bitter cold.