Darryl Burns scored a game-high 14 points Tuesday to lead visiting SUNY Cobleskill to a 76-31 non-conference men's basketball rout of Holyoke Community College.

Zaire Thomas contributed 13 points and Kyle Mitchell scored 11 for the Fighting Tigers (10-2), who led, 35-9, at halftime.

Cobleskill visits SUNY Delhi at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Cobleskill 76, Holyoke 31

COBLESKILL (10-2): Harley Fuller 3 0-0 7, Anthony Armstead 4 0-0 8, Stanley Francois 4 0-0 8, Darryl Burns 6 2-2 14, Kareem Corprew 2 2-2 4, Victor Ljljojuraj 2 0-0 4, Kyle Mitchell 5 1-1 11, Zaire Thomas 5 2-2 13, Devon Williams 1 0-2 2, Jude Frank 1 0-0 2, Brennan McCarthy 1 0-0 3. TOTALS: 34 7-9 76.

HOLYOKE: Robert Kwiatkowski 1 1-2 3, Gregory Lee 1 0-0 2, Jonathan Oritz 2 1-1 5, Dan Potito 1 2-2 5, Miguel Rivera 1 1-2 3, Sardi 1 0-0 3, Nick Spencer 1 0-0 3, Joe Sullivan 1 0-0 2, Dustin Wingler 2 1-2 5. TOTALS: 11 6-9 31.

Halftime: Cobleskill, 35-9. Three-point field goals: C 3 (Fuller, Thomas, McCarthy); H (Potito, Sardi, Spencer).

Women's Basketball

Cobleskill 69, Onondaga 65, OT

Sharee Daniels scored a team-high 15 points to lead visiting Cobleskill to a Mountain Valley Conference victory.

Shelley Pierson contributed 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Fighting Tigers, who held a 37-26 halftime lead and overcame 11 three-pointers by the Lazers. Cobleskill's Trista Thomas hit a three-point field goal with seven seconds left to send the game into overtime.

Marie O'Malley (Oneonta) scored four of her 13 points in overtime for Cobleskill (12-1, 3-1), which plays at Albany College of Pharmacy at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Cobleskill 69, Onondaga 65, OT

COBLESKILL (12-1, 3-0): Katie Greene 2 0-0 6, Nicole Garzon 2 1-1 5, April Ackermann 1 1-2 3, Marie O'Malley 4 1-2 13, Trista Thomas 1 3-5 6, Sharee Daniels 6 2-2 15, Jessica Byerwalters 2 1-2 5, Breanne Sauve 1 0-0 2, Shelley Pierson 5 4-6 14. TOTALS: 24 13-22 69.

ONONDAGA: Erica Bizzari 2 0-0 4, Kristen Diglio 6 0-0 17, Tricia Allen 3 2-4 8, Stephanie Riker 2 2-3 6, Kristine Gardner 7 0-0 17, Jessica Clark 3 2-2 10, Amanda Burke 1 1-2 3. TOTALS: 24 7-11 65.

Halftime: Cobleskill, 37-26. End of Regulation: Tie, 60-60. Three-point field goals: C 8 (Greene 2, O'Malley 4, Thomas, Daniels); O 11 (Diglio 5, Gardner 4, Clark 2).

Indoor Track

Seton Hall Open

SUNY Delhi's Isaac Garzon met the NJCAA Division III qualifying standard in the 800 meters Sunday at the Seton Hall Open. Garzon finished second to the host school's Greg Gomes, crossing in 1 minute, 59.12 seconds. Gomes ran a 1:58.08.

Another Delhi middle-distance runner, Josh Schultheis, won the mile in 4:37.1. Teammate Nate King hit a distance of 21 feet, 7 1/4 inches in the long jump.

On the women's side, Jerica Torres covered 16-8 1/2 in the long jump for Delhi, which competes next at Cornell on Jan. 4.

Seton Hall Open

Sunday's results

DELHI MEN

60 meters: Mark Richards 7.49; David Ford 7.98. 200: Charles Kangah 22.8; Richards 24.78; Ian Hodges 25.91; Doug Winter 26.55; David Ford 27.01. 400: Angelo Canale 54.72. 500: Arkil Straker 1:12.81; Tony Modafferi 1:15.42. 800: Isaac Garzon 1:59.12 (NJCAA qualifying mark). Mile: Josh Schultheis 4:37.1; Alaric Best 4:39.04; Rich Esposito 4:43.01; Kyle Dunn 4:46.88; Matt Davy 4:54.67. 1,000: Cartwright Brown 2:52.15. 3,000: Chris Mason 9:06.38; Chris Mantos 9:49.06. 60 hurdles: Straker 9.31. 1,600 relay: Delhi (Joe Soblosky, Nate King, Garzon, Davy) 3:34.00. 3,200 relay: Delhi (Schultheis, Dunn, Mantos, Mason) 8:34.2. Long jump: King 21-7 1/4. High jump: King 6-2. Shot put: Canale 33-1; Israel Rubio 32-.075. Weight throw: Rubio 28-1.

DELHI WOMEN

200: Amanda Cade 32.62. 500: Stephania Sarday 1:43.14. Mile: 5, Gabby Dello 5:54.35; 9, Rachel Gleason 6:39.31. 800: Rebecca Fribush 2:58.31. 3,000: 10, Chelsea Bertrand 12:28.9. 60 hurdles: Cade 10.96. 1,600 relay: Delhi (Dello, Jerica Torres, Cade, Gleason) 5:04.98. 3,200 relay: Delhi (Dello, Sarday, Fribush, Bertrand) 12:01.64. Long jump: Torres 16-8 1/2.

Swimming

O-State women set record

The Oneonta State women's swimming team set a school record during a 124-100 loss to visiting Cortland on Friday.

Sophomore Michelle Sano, senior Danielle Ulanowski, freshman Melissa Ng and junior Alicia Ellis won the 400-yard medley relay in a program-record time of 4 minutes, 16.71 seconds for O-State (2-3). Ellis also contributed victories in the 50 freestyle (26.29) and the 100 backstroke (1:04.13).

Joseph Farrell paced Oneonta's men (2-3) in a 133-89 loss to Cortland with wins in the 200 free (1:50.98) and the 100 free (49.82).

O-State's men will open the second semester of competition at the Kumpf Invitational at Rensselaer on Jan. 12. Both teams will compete two days later in a tri-meet against St. Rose and host Skidmore.

Honors

Athletes of the Week

Oneonta State named junior indoor track athletes Mike DeVasto and Joe Reed its athletes of the week Monday.

DeVasto set a school record in the shot put Saturday at the St. Lawrence Holiday Relays with a fourth-place distance of 42 feet, 7 1/2 inches. DeVasto, who topped previous record-holder Kyle Dresser (41-8 in 2004), also earned his first college win with a 46-10 3/4 in the weight throw.

Reed also set a program record Saturday, winning the 55-meter dash in an NCAA provisional-qualifying time of 6.4 seconds. His finish was .04 seconds off the NCAA automatic-qualifying time and bettered his school record of 6.46 seconds, which he set as a freshman in 2005 at the same relay event.

Reed is ranked third in the 55 among NCAA Division III runners.

Women's Basketball

SUNY Cortland sophomore forward Jessica Laing received Player of the Week honors from the SUNY Athletic Conference for the second time in three weeks.

Laing, a South Kortright graduate who also was honored Nov. 18, averaged 24 points and nine rebounds in two Cortland wins during the week ending Dec. 2.

On Nov. 30, Laing scored 22 points on 7-for-12 shooting and grabbed six rebounds in a 73-48 victory at Fredonia. She followed with 26 points and 12 rebounds in a 63-48 win over visiting Nazareth on Dec. 1.

Laing averaged 25 points and 11.5 rebounds through Cortland's first four games.

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