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May 24th, 2016
The Sussex County Community College Men's and Women's soccer teams have scored big in landing some superb local talent for the fall. Six outstanding male recruits will join the ranks of the men's team in September, along with several for the women's team. In addition, the women put another couple of goals into the net by signing two players from England. The male recruits include: Alejandro Patino - Newton HS, was NJ Herald Player of the Year as well as All Herald 1st team. He led the area in scoring with 20 goals. Kevin Sosa - Newton HS, was 1st team All Herald with ...[Read More]
May 19th, 2016
Congratulations to Sussex County Community College pitcher Tom Dolaghan (Harrsion, NJ) who broke the school record for most wins in a season for baseball.  Dolaghan recorded 10 wins this season, eclipsing the previous record holders JD Brodrick and Delio Coutinho, who had earned 8 wins in 2004 and 2011, respectively.  The Skylanders finished the season with a 16-20 record. [Read More]
May 19th, 2016
[caption id="attachment_27183" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Sam Dunn"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_27184" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Alex Mason"][/caption]                 The Sussex County Community College men's soccer team has moved on two more former players to a 4 year college soccer program.  Alex Mason (Mornington, Australia) and Sam Dunn (Frankston, Australia) have both committed to Belhaven University, located in Jackson, Mississippi.  Mason and Dunn have both started for the Skylanders for the past two seasons and were standout performers both on the field, and in the classroom.  The Belhaven Blazers are one of the top division I soccer programs in the NCCAA (National Christian College Athletic Association), and this past ...[Read More]
May 9th, 2016
Throughout the baseball season, Pete Ferony and Mathew Magura consistently led the charge for the Sussex County Community College baseball team. As a result of their outstanding efforts, the freshmen pair have been named First Team on two All-Star squads, the Garden State Athletic Conference Division II Team and the NJCAA All Region XIX Team. "Very proud of these two," said coach Ramadan Mehmedi. "They worked hard all season and really turned in outstanding years." Ferony, an infielder and West Milford High School graduate, batted .473 (sixth in nation) over 35 games, with 61 hits, 12 doubles, and 13 stolen bases. He ...[Read More]