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February 9th, 2016
This past Saturday, 2/6, the men’s and women’s basketball teams traveled to Cumberland CC.  The men came away with a hard fought 72-67 road victory against a quality Cumberland CC team.  Frank Rios led the way once again with 25 points and Godfrey Freeman chipped in with 16. The men’s overall record currently stands at 11 wins and  15 losses.   The men will play their final home game tomorrow night Tuesday Feb 9 at 7 pm vs Northampton CC. The women suffered a defeat Saturday to the top team in Region XIX and will close out their season on the road ...[Read More]
February 3rd, 2016
The Sussex County Community College men's basketball team lost to Bergen 59-54 Tuesday night.  Frank Rios (Newton) was the leading scorer with 17 points.  Aidan Black (Newton) and Tyler Nichols (Wallkill Valley) led the team with 11 rebounds each.  The Skylanders' next game is Saturday away at Cumberland. [Read More]
February 2nd, 2016
In an effort to better utilize its coaching staff for soccer, Sussex County Community College has unveiled a unique plan. Moving forward, coaches for both the men's and women's soccer teams will work in conjunction with each other. The 2015 women’s team won the NJCAA Region XIX Championship, a first for SCCC women’s soccer.  The men finished runner up in the Region XIX Tournament Championship game. Both teams featured all-star selections. "We have two great programs and excellent coaches, and we feel that by sharing the expertise of our entire staff, both the men's and women's teams can benefit in a big ...[Read More]
January 29th, 2016
Freshman Guard Frankie Rios, a graduate from Newton High School, led the Skylanders to a 2-0 record for the week by averaging 26 points, 2.5 rebounds, 4.5 assists, and 1.5 steals. Rios led the Skylanders with 24 points at Union and hit two 3's in the final 30 seconds of regulation to complete a comeback from an 18 point second half deficit and force overtime in an eventual 83-80 Victory for Sussex. He then led the Skylanders with 28pts as they rallied back from a 20 point second half deficit at home to beat Luzerne CCC 75-71. [Read More]