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Cross Country

The Morrisville men’s cross country team had a final tune-up before the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Championships, racing Oct. 26 at the Hamilton College short course invitational held in Clinton.

Morrisville’s Peyton Jones, Elk Lake, was the top finisher for the men. Jones led the Mustang pack in the 5K race with a second overall finish in the field of 74, trailing the leading runner by three seconds as he established a 5:14 per mile pace.

Volleyball

The Keystone College women’s volleyball team earned a 3-0 victory at Centenary on Oct. 23 in CSAC action.

Senior Amanda Hardy, Tunkhannock, had nine kills, 23 assists, and five digs.

Hardy dished out a match-high 42 assists to go along with eight kills, three aces, two solo blocks and seven digs in a senior night 3-2 loss to Bryn Athyn on Oct. 26 .

Swimming

The Elizabethtown men’s swimming team blasted out of the gates on Oct. 25 with three first place finishes, opening the 2019-20 season at the Schweikert Relays hosted by Susquehanna.

In a set of unique relays, the Blue Jays earned top billing in the 3x100 Fly (2:54.77) including junior Austin Dolaway, a Montrose grad who swam at Elk Lake; the 500 free shotgun start relay (5:48.84) including freshman Kale Decker, Elk Lake; and the 400 free relay (3:31.09) including Dolaway.

Taking home second place was a team including Dolaway in the 200 medley relay (2:00.76), and both Dolaway and Decker as part of the 500 (50-100-150-200) free relay (4:40.20).

The team opened the home portion of its schedules with wins over Goucher (132-64) and Immaculata (148-39) Oct. 26.

Dolaway led the way for the Blue Jays, securing three victories- the 200 medley relay (1:46.34), 200 free (1:54.54), and the 200 free relay (1:36.59).

Decker recorded two second place finishes for the Blue Jays, the 1,000 free (11:16.16) and 100 free (55.20).

Dan Shannon, Tunkhannock, finished third in the 1,000 free with a 13:13.49 in Marywood’s loss to King’s University on Oct. 19.

On Oct. 20 against Scranton in a non conference match up, Shannon raced in the 400 free relay. The Pacers relay team came in second with a 4:08.94. Shannon also competed in the 500 free touching in at 6:39.01 to take second.