Outdoor Track

Weekes Wins National Title, Sets Meet Record; Connors and Brown Earn All-American
 
Weekes

The SUNY Delhi Track and Field team had a great showing at the NJCAA Championships held at Howard Community College in Columbia, MD.  The top finish came from freshman Maddesen Weekes (Shenedehowa HS) who won the national championship in the pole vault, setting a new NJCAA Championship Meet Record and a new SUNY Delhi school record with a clearance of 3.21 meters.  Two other athletes earned All-American for the Broncos.  Freshman Kerry Connors (Washingtonville HS) placed second in the 800 meters and freshman Orion Brown (Kingston HS) placed second in the 400 meter hurdles.  Other podium finishes came from Pete Schweitzer (Arlington HS) in the men's 1500 (3rd), Jacob Matthews in the High Jump (4th), Nicole Kenneally (Nanuet HS) and Connor O'Keefe (FDR HS) in the steeplechases (5th), Levi Anderson (Oneonta HS) in the steeplechase (7th), Belony Borange in the steeplechase, Joelsen Resimo (Binghamton HS) in the 1500 meters and Nicole Kenneally and Alex Florio in the 10,000 meters (8th).
 
In the relays, the men's 4x800 relay team of Joelsen Resimo, Pete Schweitzer, Kevin Williams (Riverhead HS) and Brendan Callaghan (Commack HS) which placed third.  The men's 4x400 relay team of Joelsen Resimo, James Cowell (South Hampton HS), Pete Schweitzer and Kevin Williams ran a season best time in the semifinals posting a 3:22.85 and went on to finish 7th in the finals.
 
 

 
Broncos Make Strong Showing at Regionals

The SUNY Delhi Track and Field team won nine individual regional titles and both teams placed higher than their regional rankings coming into the meet.  The top performance came from Orion Brown (Kingston HS) with the win in the 400 meter hurdles, posting a nation leading time of 55.44 seconds.  Other men's winners were Pete Schweitzer (Arlington HS) in the 1500 meters, Connor O'Keefe (FDR HS) in the steeplechase and Josh Myers (Balston Spa HS) in the 10,000 meters.  For the women, Maddesen Weekes (Shenedehowa HS) won the pole vault with a new meet record and also posted wins in the 100 and 200 meter races.  Kerry Connors (Washingtonville HS) won the 400 and 800 meter races for the women.  The Bronocos will be traveling to Columbia, MD for the National Championships this weekend.
 

 
Broncos Wrap-Up Regular Season With Strong Day at RPI

The SUNY Delhi Track and Field team had their last regular season meet at RPI on Saturday.  Winning events were Akil Berry (Mount Vernon HS) in the 100 meters and the men's 4x100 relay team of Orion Brown (Kingston HS), Kevin Williams (Riverhead HS), Akile Berry and James Cowell (Southhampton HS).  Runner-up finishes came from Maddesen Weekes (Shenendehowa HS) in the pole vault where she improved upon her own school record with a clearance of 3.10 meters, Kevin Williams in the 400 meters, Patrick Taylor (Norwich HS) in the long jump and the men's 4x400 relay team of Pete Schweitzer (Arlington HS), James Cowell, Joelsen Resimo (Binghamton HS), and Kevin Williams.  Top three finishes were turned in by Orion Brown in the 400 hurdles and Jacob Matthews in the High Jump.  Other highlights included Belony Borange with an 18 second personal best in the 5000 meters, Josh Myers with a 45 second personal best in the steeplechase and Kevin Williams 49.7 second split on the 4x400 relay.  Next up for the team is the Regional and National Championships.
 
Results
 

 
Broncos Win Two Events at Ithaca College; Two More Meet NJCAA Standards

The SUNY Delhi Track and Field team took home two wins from the Ithaca College Tuesday Meet.  Patrick Taylor (Norwich HS) won the long jump with a new season best jump of 6.49 meters, easily winning by over a foot.  Also winning for the Broncos was Josh Myers (Ballston Spa HS) in the 10,000 meters with a time of 36:00.18, easily meeting the mark for the NJCAA meet in May.  Also adding himself to the list of athletes with NJCAA marks was Akil Berry (Mount Vernon HS) in the 200 meters with a time of 23.29 running all by himself in his heat.  Next the Broncos travel to RPI on Saturday.
 
Results
 

 
Bronco Spring Weekday Classic Information

Broncos Win Eight Races at Bronco Weekday Classic

The SUNY Delhi track and field team won eight events at their five team home meet Wednesday.  Lainey Horohoe (Delhi HS) won the 100 hurdles and Kerry Connors (Washingtonville HS) won the 800 meters for the woman.  For the men, wins came from Kevin Williams (Riverhead HS) in the 400 meters, Pete Schweitzer (Arlington HS) in the 800 metrs, Levi Anderson (Oneonta HS) in the 3000 meters, Jacob Matthews in the high jump, Pat Taylor (Norwich HS) in the long jump, Dylan Webb (Unadilla Valley HS) in the Javelin and the men's 4x400 relay team.
 
Dylan Webb - Javelin
 
 

 
Broncos Hit 12 More NJCAA Marks and 1 School Record at Ramapo

The SUNY Delhi track and field team traveled to Ramapo College in New Jersey this weekend.  For the women, Maddesen Weekes led the way placing 4th in the pole vault and establishing a new school record with a clearance of 3.05 meters.  Maddesen also hit the NJCAA standard in the 100 meters and Kerry Connors (Washingtonville HS) qualified for the NJCAA Championships in the 400 meters.
For the men, Orion Brown (Kingston HS) turned in the top finish with a 4th place finish in the 400 hurdles with a new personal best time of 57.92 seconds.  A number of men also hit NJCAA qualifying marks.  Among them were Kevin Williams (Riverhead HS) in the 200 and 400 meters, James Cowell (South Hampton HS) in the 200 meters, Joelsen Resimo (Binghamton HS) in the 1500 meters, Pete Schweitzer (Arlington HS) in the 1500 and 5000 meters, Brendan Callaghan (Commack HS) and Belony Borange (Valley Stream HS) in the steeplechase, Dylan Webb (Unadilla Valley HS) in the javelin and the men's 400 meter relay team of Orion Brown,  Kevin Williams, James Cowell and Akil Berry (Mount Vernon HS).
The team will host the Bronco Classic on Wednesday at that SUNY Delhi track and field complex.
 
Men's Results
Women's Results
 

 
Eight Broncos Hit NJCAA Standards in Season Opener

The SUNY Delhi track and field team opened their season at the Hamilton College Continental Invitational on Saturday.  Eight Bronco athletes hit NJCAA standards in the meet.  The day started with the 10,000 meters where men and women were running together.  By the end of the race, Levi Anderson (Oneonta HS), Connor O'Keefe (FDR HS), Alex Florio (Washingtonville HS) and Nicole Kenneally (Nanuet HS) had hit the NJCAA mark.  Other athletes hitting the standards were Jacob Matthews (Bethel HS) who won the meet in the high jump, Orion Brown (Kingston HS) who placed second in the 400 meter hurdles, along with Joelsen Resimo (Binghamton HS) and Kevin Williams (Riverhead HS) in the 800 meters placing 3rd and 4th respectively.

Other top three finishes in the meet were turned in by Patrick Taylor (Norwich HS) who won the long jump, Maddesen Weekes (Shenendehowa HS) who placed 2nd in the pole vault, Belony Borange (Valley Stream North HS) who was 3rd in the 5000 meters and Mike Hinton (Liberty HS) who was 3rd in the shot put.  Taylor and Weekes had previously met the NJCAA standards in their events during the winter season.  The final event of the meet was the 4x400 relay where the team of Orion Brown, James Cowell (Southhampton HS), Joelsen Resimo and Kevin Williams placed first. Taking 2nd place was another Delhi entry of Cory Kitson (Cooperstown HS), Brendan Callaghan (Commack HS), Jacob Matthews and Pat Cahill (Kingston HS).
 
Results

 
Cross Country/Track and Field Hires New Coach

SUNY Delhi has hired Robb Munro as the new cross country/track and field coach.  Munro comes from the Bainbridge-Guilford Central Schools where he served as a middle school Social Studies teacher and indoor and outdoor track and field coach.  Munro also coached cross country and track and field athletes from Harpursville and Greene.
 
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Last Updated: 7/19/13