Sports News

November 18th, 2015
Sussex County Community College men's basketball team beat Passaic County Community College 66-59 in their home opener Tuesday November 17,2015.  The Skylanders were down by 11 at the half but came roaring back late in the second half led by freshman Frank Rios (Newton HS) and his 19 points.  Frank got help from sophomore Godfrey Freemen with 17 points and stellar defensive play came from sophomore Tyler Nichols (Wallkill Valley HS) who recorded 7 blocked shots in the game.  Next up for the men is another power and two time national champions Brookdale Community College ...[Read More]
November 10th, 2015
After winning the Region 19 final, the lady Skylanders of Sussex County Community College moved on to the District tournament at Westchester Community College. Sussex played the County College of Rhode Island in the first round in which, unfortunately, they did not come out victorious. Rhode Island's Catherine Lopes put away both of the team's two goals in the second half, ending the game with a final score of 2-0. Although Sussex's season came to an end this weekend, this group of young women were able to make it to heights that no other women's team in Sussex County Community College history ...[Read More]
November 2nd, 2015
Sussex County went head to head against Bergen county for the title of Region 19 Champions on Sunday November, 1 2015. Bergen's Rigert Korbi and Malik Stewart, both assisted by Brahyan Tabares, put the Bulldogs up 2-0 in the first half. Skylanders entered the second half with energy and controlled the game. Tommer Kavayero tucked two goals away for Sussex to tie the game up with 30 minutes left in regulation time. These  two goals from Kavayero tied the record for most goals scored that was set last season by Travis Eustace. The game was deadlocked 2-2, no one from ...[Read More]
October 22nd, 2015
SCCC's men's soccer team took the trip to Northampton Community College to seal a 7-1 victory over their opponents. In the first 45 minutes, it seemed to be an evenly matched game ending the half with a score of 1-1. The Skylanders came out with a point to prove and were able to find the back of the back of the net another six times in the second half. Northampton's Sam Gaye scored his teams only goal of the match with an assist from Joey Jacona. Sussex goals came courtesy of: Tommer Kavayero with two from an assist from Jamie Leddy, two ...[Read More]