101.5 Seconds of Sports May 22nd
Thursday, May 22, 2014
Members of the SUNY Cortland Outdoor Track and Field teams are at Ohio Wesleyan University for the NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Championships today through Saturday, On today's schedule, Melique Garcia will compete in the 200-Meter Dash Prelims, Glen Forsythe is in the Long Jump Finals, Tom Hopkins takes part in the 10,000-Meter Run Finals and, from the women's team, Taylor Hudson is in the Long Jump Finals.
Tomorrow, the Baseball and Women's Lacrosse teams begin their title runs. The Women's Lacrosse team takes on Trinity in the National Semi-Finals at 1pm tomorrow in Gettysburg and the Baseball team takes on Salisbury in the First Round of the Division III World Series beginning at 5:30pm Eastern Time in Grand Chute, Wisconsin.
In High School Track and Field, the Section IV, Class "D" Championship meet was held yesterday. For the Boys, the big winner was Marathon High's Daniel Harden, who won the 400-meter Dash and the Triple Jump, Placed Second in the 200-Meter Dash and was a Third Place finisher in the Long Jump. Teammate Dylan Brickner won the 3,200-Meter run and was Second in the 1,600-Meter run. From Moravia, Brad DeWitt placed Second in the 100-Meter Dash and Third in the 200-Meter Dash and Greg Gorman and Chris Caza took First and Second Place in the Pole Vault. On the Girls side, Moravia's Stephanie Carmen placed third in the 400-Meter Hurdles and Long Jump.
In Minor League Baseball yesterday, the Binghamton Mets dropped both ends of a doubleheader to the Portland Sea Dogs by scores of 5-1 and 6-5. The teams will finish a six game series, which included two makeup games postponed in April, tonight. Meanwhile, the Syracuse Chiefs will host Pawtucket tonight after having last night off.
Former Syracuse Crunch Goaltender Dustin Tokarski will start for the Montreal Canadians tonight in Game Three of the NHL's Eastern Conference Finals against the New York Rangers in New York. Habs Goalie Carey price is reportedly out for the rest of the series after injuring his knee in Game 1. The Rangers lead the series 2-0.