Unatego graduate Tosh DeMulder avoids a tackle en route to the fourth of his five touchdown runs Saturday at Hartwick-s Wright Stadium. DeMulder helped the Hawks to a season-opening 49-25 win over Morrisville State.

Unatego graduate Tosh DeMulder rushed for 167 yards and five touchdowns to lead Hartwick College to a 49-25 non-league football victory over visiting Morrisville that opened the season for the Hawks on Saturday.

DeMulder, The Daily Star's Player of the Year in 2003 when he led the Spartans to their first Section Four Class C title, scored on runs of 2, 2, 4, 17 and 20 yards.

First-year starting quarterback Brian Radley contributed 253 passing yards and two scores. Noah Koreman, who made seven receptions for 232 yards, caught both TD passes.

Hartwick, coming off a 7-3 season, opened the scoring 4 minutes, 44 seconds into play on a 2-yard touchdown run by DeMulder. Heath Dunn's extra point made it 7-0.

Morrisville answered with a seven-minute drive that covered 59 yards. Quarterback Jamieson Crast hit Nate McConnell with a 6-yard scoring pass, but Vincent Tardy's PAT missed.

On the Hawks' next offensive play, Radley found Koreman for a 56-yard touchdown play. Dunn's PAT gave Hartwick a 14-6 lead.

Crast narrowed Morrisville's deficit to 14-12 on a 39-yard scoring run with 45 seconds left in the first quarter. Crast's two-point pass was incomplete.

Radley then connected again with Koreman, this time for 36 yards, to set up DeMulder for a 2-yard scoring run.

Following a Morrisville punt, DeMulder gained 21 yards on two carries before Radley hit Koreman on a 43-yard completion. Two plays later, DeMulder's 4-yard scoring run made it 28-12.

In the third quarter, Radley and Koreman hooked up on a 35-yard scoring play and DeMulder scored on runs of 17 and 20 yards as Hartwick's lead ballooned to 49-18.

Defensively for the Hawks, Jordan Spirou led all tacklers with nine. Delhi graduate Chad Rockefeller, Oneonta High graduate Ben Tomaino, Nick Gonzalez and Tim Martin each had seven. Dan Contrastano and Brett Radley contributed two tackles for a loss, including one sack apiece.

Sidney graduate Kyle Morenus spelled Brian Radley at quarterback in the late going. Morenus, who helped the Warriors to a Class C state championship in 2005, went 1-for-3 for 8 yards.

Morenus' favorite target in high school, Colgate senior Pat Simonds, made four catches for 80 yards in the Raiders' season-opening 35-23 victory over visiting Monmouth on Saturday.

Hartwick travels to Salve Regina University in Middleton, R.I., at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Hartwick 49, Morrisville 25

Saturday's game

Morrisville12 0 6 7 _ 25

Hartwick14 14 21 0 _ 49


H _ Tosh DeMulder 2 run (Heath Dunn kick), 10:16

M _ Nate McConnell 6 pass from Jamieson Crast (kick failed), 2:57

H _ Noah Koreman 56 pass from Brian Radley (Heath Dunn kick), 2:41

M _ Jamieson Crast 39 run (pass failed), :45


H _ Tosh DeMulder 2 run (Heath Dunn kick), 14:20

H _ Tosh DeMulder 4 run (Heath Dunn kick), 10:05


H _ Noah Koreman 35 pass from Brian Radley (Heath Dunn kick), 13:35

M _ Joe Shue 11 pass from Jamieson Crast (Vincent Tardy kick), 10:47

H _ Tosh DeMulder 17 run (Heath Dunn kick), 9:21

H _ Tosh DeMulder 20 run (Heath Dunn kick), 7:05


M _ Sean Barrett 5 pass from Jamieson Crast (Cliff Hanratty kick), 3:39

Morrisville rushing: Maurice Mitchelson 21-88, Jamieson Crast 13-88, Peter Enriquez 5-16.

Hartwick rushing: Tosh DeMulder 20-167, Nate Rockefeller 9-38, Frank Devine 4-6, Sean McKenna 1-4, Anthony Casimano 1-1, Brian Radley 1-(-19).

Morrisville passing: Jamieson Crast 17-for-28, 198 yards, 2 ints.; Mike DiGirolamo 0-for-1, 1 int.

Hartwick passing: Brian Radley 9-for-18, 253 yards; Kyle Morenus 1-for-3, 8 yards.

Morrisville receiving: Kyle Gordon 4-78, Joe Shue 3-29, Sean Barrett 2-27, Nate McConnell 2-27, Mike Gillespie 2-7, Hodges Sneed 1-15, Lamar Brown 1-11, Phillip Small 1-2, Maurice Mitchelson 1-2.

Hartwick receiving: Noah Koreman 7-232, Nate Rockefeller 1-15, Jordan Wilkins 1-8, Ryan Mosack 1-6.

{"HeadlineLight14"/}Cross Country

Early Bird Invitational

Oneonta State's men and women cruised to victory in their Early Bird Invitational on Saturday at Fortin Park

The Red Dragons men had the top seven finishers, including winner Nick Pampena, who finished the 6-kilometer course in 20 minutes, 19 seconds. Teammates Frank Pfaffenberger, Tim Greenberg (Oneonta High) and Sean Daly finished in the same time.

Ben Reynolds (20:37), Oneonta High graduate Nick Madison (20:44) and Matt Laroe (20:51) rounded out the top seven.

John Stuligross was Hartwick's top finisher. He placed 21st in 22:00.

On the women's side, Celia Alterio crossed first in 18:02 on the 4.5-kilometer course. She beat teammate and runner-up Carolyn Nasr by five seconds as O-State runners earned seven of the top eight places.

Lauren Brunetto (18:17), Molly Hassett (18:26), Amanda Schermerhorn (18:36), Lindsay Romaine (18:58) and Allie DiMura (19:11), finished 4-8, respectively.

Erika Gates led Hartwick with an 11th-place finish. She crossed in 19:27.

The Hawks will host the Hartwick Twilight 5K at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Knight's Joust

Junior Kevin Wippel finished eighth out of 75 men Saturday, covering the 5-mile course in 28:32 to lead SUNY Cobleskill to a tie for second in the seven-team Knight's Joust at College of Saint Rose.

Sophomore Brian Kelly contributed at 10th (28:43) for the Fighting Tigers, who tied Le Moyne at 66 points. The event's host won the team title with 25 points.

College of Saint Rose also won the women's crown, with 36 points. Junior Meghan LaPoint paced Cobleskill with a fourth in 23:20 over a 3-mile course. She helped the Fighting Tigers to 124 points for fifth place out of six teams.

Cobleskill hosts the Stephen A. Ward Invitational at 11 a.m. this Saturday.

Knight's Joust

Saturday at College of Saint Rose

Men's team scores: 1, College of Saint Rose 25; 2, SUNY Cobleskill 66; T2, Le Moyne 66; 4, Assumption 104; 5, Broome CC 115; 6, Nyack 173; 7, Hudson Valley CC 177.

Winner (5 miles): Jake McAndrew (Le Moyne) 26:25.

Cobleskill: 8, Kevin Wippel 28:32; 10, Brian Kelly 28:43; 14, Jon Hill 29:30; 16, Robert Harmon 29:44; 18, Kane Seamon 30:05; 28, Noah Bondy 31:03; 32, Alex Macbeth 31:34; 44, Corey King 32:30; 45, Kyle Lynch 32:37; 48, Jon O'Connor 32:50; 52, Joe Marotta 33:17; 54, Keith Bubb 33:22; 58, Kyle Kunes 34:35; 63, Nick Schiavone 36:12; 66, Brian Canastra 37:52; 45, Kyle Pitts 34:58.

Women's team scores: 1, College of Saint Rose 36; 2, Le Moyne 53; 3, Assumption 85; 4, Nyack 93; 5, SUNY Cobleskill 124; 6, Broome CC 134.

Winner (3 miles): Emma D'Ambro (N/A) 19:18.

Cobleskill: 4, Meghan LaPoint 20:23; 15, Christine Tylee 22:05; 32, Erin Benson 23:49; 35, Alex Devine 24:00; 38, Erin Smith 25:16; 39, Victoria Kodak 25:21; 42, Tiffany Roberts 29:30; 58, Deonna Houston 34:00.

Lang Invitational

Nicole Darling ran the fastest Delhi women's time in the 15th annual Harry Lang Invitational at Colgate on Saturday.

Darling completed the 4,400-meter course in 18 minutes, 8 seconds _ 51 seconds faster than the previous best time on a Bronco in this invitational. Darling finished 31st.

The Broncos, the lone junior college in the field, finished last out of six teams with 150 points. Bucknell won with 32 _ 12 ahead of the host school.

Delhi grad Hannah Backus finished 51st in 19:26, 10 spots ahead of teammate Danielle Metz (20:47).

On the men's side, the Broncos finished fourth with 126 points. Bucknell finished first with 26 points _ 14 better than Syracuse.

Delhi's top finisher, Jason Phillips, placed 36th in 22:22 over a 6,400-meter course. Zavior Brown finished six seconds behind Phillips in 38th. Lyle Haywood crossed in 22:38 to finish 41st.

Delhi will compete in the Fighting Tiger Invitational at SUNY Cobleskill on Saturday.

Harry Lang Invitational

Saturday at Colgate

Men's team scores: 1, Bucknell 26; 2, Syracuse 40; 3, Colgate 72; 4, Delhi 126; 5, Nazareth 154; 6, Utica 160.

Delhi: 36, Jason Phillips (Moravia) 22:22 over 6,400-meter course; 38, Zavior Brown 22:28; 41, Lyle Haywood 22:38; 50, Will Ennis 23:06; 51, Steve Challacombe 23:08; 56, Brandon Kinsman 23:22; 57, Tim Scudds 23:25; 60, Mike Cauwels 23:31.

Women's team scores: 1, Bucknell 32; 2, Colgate 44; 3, Syracuse 58; 4, Nazareth 128; 5, Utica 137; 6, Hartwick 150.

Delhi: 31, Nicole Darling 18:08 over 4,400-meter course; 51, Hannah Backus 19:26; 61, Danielle Metz 20:47; 63, Britleigh Levens 20:49; 69, Ann Ward 21:50; 80, Brianne Cunningham 23:38.

{"HeadlineLight14"/}Field Hockey

Hartwick 2, Scranton 0

Senior Samantha Galm and junior Jen Kaye each scored in the first half to lead Hartwick to a shutout of visiting Scranton on Saturday.

Kaye received a pass from sophomore Anna Drake and beat Scranton goalie Deidre Rocklein for a 1-0 lead inside the first five minutes.

Eight minutes later, the Hawks went up, 2-0, when Galm converted on a cross from Angela Eberly. Galm scored her third goal of the season on the play.

Mackenzie Chapman made three saves to earn her third shutout all-time for Hartwick, which is off to a 2-0 start for the first time since 2004. That season, the Hawks won the Empire 8 Conference title and advanced to the NCAA Division III quarterfinals.

The Hawks visit Rensselaer at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Hartwick 2, Scranton 0

Scranton0 0 _ 0

Hartwick2 0 _ 2

Scranton (1-2): None.

Hartwick (2-0): Jen Kaye 1-0, Anna Drake 0-1, Samantha Galm 1-0, Angela Eberly 0-1.

Shots-penalty corners: S 6-8; H 5-7.

Goalies: Deirdre Rocklein (S) 1; Mackenzie Chapman (H) 3.

O-State loses two

Oneonta State couldn't hold a two-goal first-half lead and lost, 3-2, in overtime to St. Lawrence on Sunday at Utica College. The day before, the Red Dragons fell, 3-1, to Wesley College at Utica.

On Sunday, Ainsley Stoll and Rachel Taylor scored to give O-State a 2-0 lead. Kathryn Kubaryk assisted Stoll's goal in the 25 minute. Taylor scored unassisted in the 34th minute.

But Joss-Elyse Smith cut St. Lawrence's to 2-1 in the 45th minute and Emily Riley tied the score with 2:20 left in regulation.

Then with 2:50 left in the second overtime, Smith scored on a rebound after a penalty corner.

Against Wesley, Kubaryk's goal off an assist from Alysia Basher narrowed the Red Dragons' deficit to 2-1, but Erin Bailey scored 11 minutes later to cap the scoring.

St. Lawrence 3, O-State 2

Sunday at Utica College

St. Lawrence0 2 0 1 _ 3

Oneonta State2 0 0 0 _ 2

St. Lawrence (1-1): Joss-Elyse Smith 2-0, Emily Riley 1-0, Michelle Laframboise 0-1, Jennifer Stetson 0-1.

O-State (0-3): Ainsley Stoll 1-0, Kathryn Kubaryk 0-1, Rachel Taylor 1-0.

Shots-penalty corners: S 23-12; O 12-8.

Goalies: Emilie Lannamann (S) 4; Alyssa Tufano (O) 17.

Wesley 3, O-State 1

Saturday at Utica College

O-State0 1 _ 1

Wesley1 2 _ 3

O-State (0-2): Kathryn Kubaryk 1-0, Alysia Basher 0-1.

Wesley (2-0): Lindsey Martin 1-0, Brooke Tadlock 1-0, Erin Bailey 1-0, Brooke Bennett 0-1.

Shots-penalty corners: O 11-5; W 16-5.

Goalies: Alyssa Tufano (O) 11; Sarah Johnson (W) 7.


Hamilton Invitational

Delhi cruised to a 22-stroke victory at the two-day invitational, which started Saturday at the Delhi College Golf Course and shifted to Skenandoa Club in Clinton on Sunday.

Delhi's Dustin Walbridge earned medalist honors with a 144, which included the event's low round of 70 in the first day. Teammate Ray Smith shot back-to-back 73s to finish two strokes behind for second and Ben Gaulin had a 152 for fifth place.

The Broncos won 595 strokes. Hamilton tied St. Lawrence for second at 617 and Rensselaer rounded out the four-team tournament with a 646.

On Friday, Walbridge, Smith and Gaulin tied for medalist honors in a 301-323 home defeat of The Apprentice School. Each shot a 2-over-par 74.

Hamilton Invitational

Top five and Delhi results from the Hamilton Invitational, which started Saturday at the Delhi College Golf Course and ended Sunday at the Skenandoa Club in Clinton.

Team scores: 1, Delhi 292-303_595; 2, Hamilton 306-311_617; T2, St. Lawrence 302-315_617; 4, Rensselaer 315-331_646.

Top five: 1, Dustin Walbridge (D) 70-74_144; 2, Ray Smith (D) 73-73_146; 3, Ben Von Reyn (S) 71-78_149; 4, Brad Roche (H) 76-75_151; 5, Ben Gaulin (D) 74-78_152; T5, John Harris 75-77_152; T5, Eric Fritz (R) 74-78_152.

Other Delhi results: T10, Tom Garby 80-78_ 158; T13, Justin Hearley 75-85_160; T16, Zach Maslyn 82-80_162.

Delhi 301, Apprentice 323

Friday at par-72 Delhi College GC

The Apprentice School: Kyle Radcliff 78, Daniel Campbell 80, Ryan Sweet 83, Michael Hastings 82, Nick Carlson 95.

Delhi: Dustin Walbridge 74, Ray Smith 74, Ben Gaulin 74, Zach Maslyn 79, Tom Garby 84.

{"HeadlineLight14"/}Women's Soccer

Hartwick 3, Marywood 2

Junior midfielder Katelyn Bosy broke a 2-2 deadlock 5:31 into the first overtime session Saturday as host Hartwick won its season opener and its first Erinn K. Brozman Cup title in the five-year history of the tournament.

Bosy took a pass from Erin McSherry near the right sideline and hooked a shot over Pacers goalkeeper Meghan Coyle for the win, which ended Marywood's two-year hold on the Cup. The tournament is named in honor of former Hartwick player Erinn Brozman, who died in 1993 shortly after graduating.

Senior defender Marissa Mackay opened the scoring after junior Briana Crow took a shot from 15 yards that was deflected back out. Mackay one-timed the rebound from just inside the 18-yard line into the side netting for her first goal as a member of the Hawks.

Sophomore Krista Marzano converted a pass from senior Lauren Ploof with about six minutes left in the opening half. Ploof brought the ball into the box and slipped a pass to an oncoming Marzano, who tucked the ball into the goal for her second goal at Hartwick.

The Pacers scored twice in the second half to force overtime. Siobahn Blancaflor cut Marywood's deficit in half off a rebound in the 58th minute. Stephanie Hoffman tied it with 16 seconds left in regulation on a shot from the 18 that was touched by Hartwick keeper Kelly Griffin but went in.

Coyle and Griffin had six saves apiece.

The Hawks play at 4 p.m. this Saturday against Rowan in their opening match of the Mayor's Cup at Elmore Field.

Hartwick 3, Marywood 2, OT


Marywood0 2 0 _ 2

Hartwick2 0 1 _ 3

Marywood (0-2): Siobhan Blancaflor 1-0, Lisa Hanselman 0-1, Stephanie Hoffman 1-0.

Hartwick (1-0): Marissa Mackay 1-0, Briana Crow 0-1, Krista Marzano 1-0, Lauren Ploof 0-1, Katelyn Bosy 1-0, Erin McSherry 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: M 11-5; H 13-9.

Goalies: Meghan Coyle (M) 6; Kelly Griffin (H) 6.

Johnson State 4, Cobleskill 2

Freshman Ally Fortier opened the scoring 2:44 into the season opener for both teams, then converted two unassisted goals in the second half as Johnson State won a non-conference match at home.

Kristen Raina tied it at 1 with an unassisted goal 14:46 in, then scored on a pass from Emily Coyne less than four minutes later to put the Fighting Tigers ahead, 2-1.

Juliet Jacovini passed to Samantha Cutting for the tying goal in the 23rd minute. Both of Fortier's second half goals came within the final 13 minutes.

Cobleskill hosts Albany Pharmacy at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Johnson State 4, Cobleskill 2

Cobleskill2 0 _ 2

Johnson State2 2 _ 4

Cobleskill (0-1): Kristen Raina 2-0, Emily Coyne 0-1.

Johnson State (1-0): Ally Fortier 3-0, Samantha Cutting 0-1, Amy Barrows 0-1, Samantha Cutting 1-0, Juliet Jacovini 0-1.

Shots-corner kicks: C 10-3; J 26-9.

Goalies: Beth Nearing (C) 11; Morgan Solomon (J) 3.

{"HeadlineLight14"/}Women's Tennis

O-State 9, Plattsburgh 0

Jennifer Kraham cruised to a 6-2, 6-2 win at first singles and teamed with Carly Smith for an 8-0 victory at second doubles for visiting Oneonta State, which won every set in a SUNYAC match Saturday.

The Red Dragons also received an 8-2 win at first doubles from Emily Shannon and Katie Wlodarczyk, along with an 8-0 drubbing at third doubles from Dana Denenberg and Carly Fried.

Danielle Browarski contributed a 6-0, 6-0 sweep at fifth singles for Oneonta, which outscored Plattsburgh, 60-11, over six singles matches.

O-State 9, Plattsburgh 0

Saturday at Plattsburgh

Singles: Jennifer Kraham (O) def. Rachel Hodnett, 6-2, 6-2; Carly Smith (O) def. Katie Rogers, 6-3, 6-1; Emily Shannon (O) def. Victoria Germamo, 6-0, 6-2; Liz Flamman (O) def. Kristen Casse, 6-2, 6-2; Danielle Browarski (O) def. Jessica Paquette, 6-0, 6-0; Katie Wlodarczyk (O) def. Amy Rich, 6-0, 6-1.

Doubles: Emily Shannon and Katie Wlodarczyk (O) def. Katie Rogers and Rachel Hodnett, 8-2; Carly Smith and Jennifer Kraham (O) def. Brie Ernst and Jessic Paquette, 8-0; Dana Denenberg and Carly Fried (O) def. Amy Rich and Jen Paull, 8-0.

Hawks third at RPI

Hartwick's first doubles team of Betsy Breaznell and Christina Sorrentino and its third doubles squad of Carly Jesset and Jill Rotella each went 1-2 to help the Hawks tie for third in the four-team RPI Invitational on Saturday and Sunday.

New Paltz won with 21 points _ seven better than runner-up St. John Fisher. Hartwick and RPI had 10.

The Hawks begin play in the Empire 8 Conference at 4 p.m. Tuesday against visiting Utica College.

Onondaga 5, Delhi 4

Delhi's Julie Mezaros and Jen Zieno remained undefeated in singles play this season with sweeps at third and fourth singles, respectively. Aiko Shegetaka contributed a victory at sixth singles and joined Mezaros for a victory at third doubles.

The Broncos (1-1) visit Hudson Valley on Wednesday.

Onondaga 5, Delhi 4

Sunday at Onondaga

Singles: Liz Uhrinec (O) def. Carlene Bracci, 6-4, 6-3; Michelle Fletcher (O) def. Lindsay Seyforth, 6-2, 7-5; Julie Mezaros (D) def. Ann Nyugen, 6-1, 6-1; Jen Zieno (D) def. Theresa Wolsoyn, 6-1, 6-4; Gloria Grimaldi (O) def. Janine Gallois, 6-2, 6-4; Aiko Shegetaka (D) def. Lexi Arwine, 6-1, 7-5.

Doubles: Liz Uhrinec and Michelle Fletcher (O) def. Carlene Bracci and Lindsay Seyforth, 8-0; Ann Nyugen and Gloria Grimaldi (O) def. Jen Zieno and Janine Gallois, 8-3; Aiko Shegetaka and Julie Mezaros (D) def. Theresa Wolsoyn and Lexi Arwine, 8-3.


Hartwick/Holiday Inn Tournament

The host school finished 1-3 in the Hartwick/Holiday Inn Tournament, including losses Saturday to Plattsburgh and Rochester Institute of Technology.

Plattsburgh won by scores of 25-21, 19-25, 25-21, 25-15. The Hawks lost, 25-27, 26-24, 25-14, to RIT.

For the day, the Hawks' Darcy Dolge had 19 kills, 19 assists, three aces, five digs and three blocks en route to earning all-tournament recognition. Sophomore Courtney Desmond contributed 16 kills and team-highs of eight aces and eight blocks.

Freshman Shannon McGee had 16 assists to pace Hartwick. Tori Beck and Lauren Mausert had 16 and 15 digs, respectively.

St. Lawrence won the tournament, beating City College of New York in five games in the final.

The Hawks will compete in the Elmira College Tournament on Friday and Saturday.

On Saturday, junior Kim Post won the third singles flight, going 3-0. Breaznell went 2-1 in first singles and won the flight in a tiebreaker.

Quad Match

Sarah Danelli had two big defensive matches and Jackie Bailey remained consistent for the Broncos, who beat two nationally ranked teams and lost to another Saturday at the Alfred State Quad Match.

Danelli amassed 17 digs and Bailey had nine digs, six kills and two blocks to help Delhi to a 25-21, 25-19, 25-20 win over fifth-ranked Alfred State.

Danelli followed with 20 digs and four aces in a 24-26, 21-25, 25-23, 25-22, 16-14 defeat of No. 9 Monroe Community College. Bailey contributed 18 digs, 10 kills and three aces for the Broncos, who received 21 assists from Kristin Tucker and another 20 from Angela Stoots.

Colleen Darby had 12 kills and Bailey finished with 20 digs and seven aces in their third match, a 25-21, 21-25, 25-19, 25-11 loss to eighth-ranked Nassau.

Delhi (3-1 overall, 3-0 Region III) hosts Hudson Valley CC at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

Quad Match

Saturday at Alfred State

Delhi 3, Alfred State 0

Game scores: 25-21, 25-19, 25-20.

Delhi: Jackie Bailey 9 digs, 6 kills, 2 blocks; Heather Begin 5 kills, 3 aces; Kelsey Pratt 6 kills, 2 aces, 2 blocks; Sarah Danelli 17 digs, 2 kills, 1 ace.

Delhi 3, Monroe 2

Game scores: Delhi def. Monroe, 24-26, 21-25, 25-23, 25-22, 16-14.

Delhi: Kelsey Pratt 10 kills, 4 aces, 5 blocks; Heather Begin 11 kills, 3 aces; Kristin Tucker 21 assists, 6 aces; Angela Stoots 20 assists; Sarah Danelli 20 digs, 4 aces; Jackie Bailey 10 kills, 3 aces, 18 digs.

Nassau 3, Delhi 1

Game scores: Nassau def. Delhi, 25-21, 21-25, 25-19, 25-11.

Delhi: Colleen Darby 12 kills; Jackie Bailey 7 aces, 2 kills, 20 digs.

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