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November 11, 2013

Hartwick football ends four-game skid

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The five scorers for the Broncos’ men finished within 22 seconds of each other. Oneonta High graduate Levi Anderson led the way, finishing 22nd. He completed the 8-kilometer course in 29:33.00.

Teammates Brandon Capo-Roth and Tyler Angioli finished 24th and 25th, respectively. Capo-Roth crossed in 29:36.95 and Angioli finished in 29:41.72.

Beloney Borange was 27th in 29:45.82 and Dennis Travis rounded out Delhi’s scorers, placing 34th in 29:55.49.

It marks the second straight year Delhi’s men have finished third at nationals and the second straight year the Broncos have done so without an All-American.

The Broncos had 117 points. Harper College won with 45, followed by Ocean County College with 84.

“Their great depth served them well this year,” Delhi coach Robb Munro wrote in an email to The Daily Star.

Delhi’s women had two All-Americans, including Kerry Connors, who earned the distinction for the second year in a row. Connors finished eighth, completing the 3.1-mile course in 21:12.43.

Woodlyn Dorismond also grabbed All-American honors by placing 15th. She crossed in 22:02.20.

The Broncos finished with 78 points in a meet won by Ocean College CC with 65 – 10 better than runner-up Gloucester. Mohawk Valley, which beat Delhi in the regional meet, finished fourth 94 points.

“One year after failing to field a complete team and with only one athlete returning, this was quite an accomplishment,” Munro wrote.

Casey Cole and Kelsey Esselman finished 21st and 22nd, respectively, for the Broncos. Cole crossed in 22:32.13, about two seconds faster than Esselman.

Walton graduate Jackie Yambor rounded out Delhi’s scorers. She finished 44th in 24:08.66.

SWIMMINGHartwick sweeps

Harwtick College’s men earned a 198-94 victory and its women won, 185-106, in an Empire 8 Conference meet Saturday at Nazareth.

Ben Detar, Jeremy Torres and Luis Santiesteban all won two events for the Hawks. Detar won the 200-yard butterfly (2 minutes, 11.05 seconds) and the 100 butterfly (1:00.27), Torres touched first in the 100 breaststroke (1:08.24) and the 200 breaststroke (2:27.54), and Santiesteban earned wins in the 200 free (2:00.20) and the 200 IM (2:13.80). Detar’s time in the 200 butterfly, along with Torres’ 200 breaststroke and Santiesteban’s 200 IM times all were pool records.

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