Brown also placed second in the 400 hurdles, crossing in 58.94.
Resimo and Williams finished third and fourth, respectively, in the 800. Resimo finished in 2:00.79 and Williams in 2:03.47.
Mike Hinton and Belony Borange had third-place finishes. Hinton threw the discus 106-7 and Borange finished the 5,000 in 17:16.60.
In the 10,000, Delhi had three runners hit NJCAA Division III qualifying standards in Oneonta High graduate Levi Anderson (36:55.84), Connor O’Keefe (37:04.43) and Alex Florio (37:12.78).
“Overall, I was very pleased with how the kids competed in the first meet,” Delhi coach Robb Munro said.
On the women’s side, Delhi’s Maddesen Weekes was second in the pole vault, clearing 9-6.25. Also, Nicole Kenneally hit the NJCAA qualifying standard in the 10,000, crossing in 48:34.57.
The Broncos will compete in an invitational at Ramapo on Saturday.