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October 29, 2013

MVP Welcome leads Delhi women to Region III title


The Fighting Tigers (1-15, 0-8) were outshot, 34-1, by LBC (6-9-3, 3-4-1), which scored all of its goals in the second half.

On Monday, Cobleskill selected midfielder Andrew Connolly as its athlete of the week. Connolly had three goals and an assist Oct. 21, when the Fighting Tigers snapped a 12-game skid with a 5-3 defeat of Fisher College.

Keuka 6, Cobleskill 1

Alex Gerber scored four goals to lead Keuka (7-6-2, 2-5-1) to a NEAC road win Saturday. Mark Gaetano scored on a free kick in the 16th minute for the Fighting Tigers.


Region III

Tyler Angioli placed second Saturday during the NJCAA Division III Region III Championships at Finger Lakes CC, leading Delhi to its second straight men’s regional title.

Angioli finished the 5-mile course in 29:13 for one of four top-10 Delhi finishes. Farris Ramada placed seventh in 29:39, Brandon Capo-Roth was eighth in 29:49, and Levi Anderson finished 10th in 29:58 for the Broncos, who won the team title with 39 points.

Matt Brooks won in 28:47 for Mohawk Valley CC, which placed second with 51 points in the seven-team field.

Delhi’s women also had four top-10 finishers but fell two points shy of the team crown. MVCC topped the four-team field with 32 points.

Kerry Connors completed the 3.1-mile women’s course in 21:42 to place fourth. She was followed by teammates Kelsey Esselman (fifth, 21:44), Woodlyn Dorismond (eighth, 22:30) and Casey Cole (ninth, 22:42).

Herkimer’s Victoria Campanian won the women’s individual championship at 20:29.

The Broncos will compete in the NJCAA Division III Championships next month in Holyoke, Mass.


Cobleskill freshman Evan Quinones earned all-conference honors Saturday with an eighth-place finish during the New York State College Track Conference Meet at Hamilton College.

Quinones completed the men’s 8-kilometer course in 26:59.2, helping the Fighting Tigers to 233 points and a seventh-place finish out of 12 teams. A total of 127 men competed.

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