Barrow took fifth in the triple jump (48-7.5) and ninth in the high jump (6-6.25) for the Broncos, who also received a 12th from Kevin Williams in the triple jump (43-11.25).
Jack Flood and Francisco Wilson-King placed fifth and seventh, respectively, in the heptathlon. Flood had 4,396 points and Wilson-King finished with 4,323. Simon Gyllensten of Vincennes won the heptathlon title with 5,366 points.
Wilson-King’s best finish in the heptathlon was a first in the shot put, at 34-9. Flood finished second in the same event, at 34-6, and also had a second in the heptathlon high jump, at 6-2.75.
Delhi’s men placed 19th out of 26 teams with 10 points. Iowa Central won the men’s team title with 143 points.
Jennifer Jelic (Oneonta High) had the best Delhi women’s finish with a 19th in the triple jump (32-1).
SUNY Delhi diver Matt Salle had a pair of runner-up finishes during the NJCAA Championships, which ran Wednesday through Saturday at the Anne Wilder Aquatic Complex in Fort Pierce, Fla.
Salle placed second on the 1-meter board with 495.25 points and had 434.05 for second in the 3-meter dive. Darton State’s Crawford Berry won swept the diving titles with 542.7 and 583.5 points, respectively.
Salle also contributed to four top-eight relay finishes for the Broncos men. He joined Sean O’Connell, Donny Martell and Ryan Ferraro for sevenths in the 400-yard medley relay (4:05.96), the 200 medley relay (1:48.84) and the 200 free relay (1:39.60). They also placed eighth in the 400 free relay (3:43.42).
Lily McEnaney paced Delhi’s women with a sixth in the 200 butterfly (2:32.29) and an eighth in the 100 butterfly (1:06.96).
She also joined Jacquelin Graziano, Kari Knudson (Oneonta) and Vanessa Brown for a fourth in the 400 medley relay (4:37.30).
The same foursome took sixth in the 200 free relay (1:52.19) and the 200 medley relay (2:06.63), as well as seventh in the 400 free relay (4:11.73).
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