Sussex County Sports Blog

By Dan Cleary

7/27/2016 - SUCO Hall Nominees

 

 

CHRISTOPHER THOMAS AYRES

Christopher Ayres is a 1993 graduate of Newton High School.  He is nominated for his accomplishments in Wrestling.  Christopher attended Blair Academy post High School where he was captain of the Wrestling team.  Then on to Lehigh University where he was Athlete of the Year 1998 and 1999, named NCAA All-American in 1999.  He graduated Lehigh University in 1999 as the All-Time Wins Leader.  Christopher continued post graduate by competing and placing 4th and 5th respectively in the 2001 and 2002 World Team Trials.  On to Coaching:  He Coached Wrestling at Lehigh from 2001-2006, assisting in leading five NCAA Top Ten Placement winners, two National Champions and twelve All-Americans.  He then, in 2006, became Head Wrestling Coach for Princeton University.  2016 Christopher was named Co-Coach of the Year.  Christopher resides in Princeton, NJ and continues to Coach Wrestling.

 
 


 
Newton High School
·       1993 District Champion
·      1993 Region Finalist
·      1993 Team Captain
·      1993 Henry Boresch Annual Award
 
Blair Academy
·      Team Captain
 
Lehigh University
·      1996-1999 Team Captain
·      1998 EIWA Conference Champion
·      1999 NCAA All-American
·      3 x EIWA Conference Finalist
·      4 x NCAA Qualifier

·      1999 Fletcher Award Winner (Most Career Points at Conference Tournament)

·      1999 Graduated as Lehigh’s All-Time Wins Leader

 
Post Graduate Competition
·      2001 4th World Team Trials
·      2002 5th World Team Trials
 
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Coaching

·      2001-2006 Assistant Wrestling Coach Lehigh University

·      Assisted in Leading Lehigh to 5 NCAA Top Ten Placements (7,4,3,8,9)

·      Coached 2 National Champions
·      Coached 12 All-Americans

·      2006 to currently Head Wrestling Coach Princeton University

·      2016 Named Ivy League Co-Coach of the Year

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MARK BAILEY
 

Mark Bailey is a 1977 graduate of Sparta High School, a 1981 graduate of Princeton University with a BSE in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and a 1985 graduate of Harvard Business School where he earned his MBA.  He is nominated for his athletic achievements in Football (offensive and defensive tackle), Wrestling and Track while a student at Sparta High School.  He continued his athletics while pursuing his education at Princeton.  In 1976, Mark was Co-Captain of the Football team playing under Coach Dick Cassels. Mark was named All-Skyline Conference and was a member of the first Sparta team to win a Sectional Championship.   As a participant in Track and Field, Mark was an all-Skyline Conference Shot-putter and broke the Sparta High School Shot-put record, despite a shoulder injury during football season.  At Princeton, Mark overcame a knee injury during his freshman year and later became a varsity starter as an offensive guard his junior and senior years.  Forbes highlighted the story of Mark leading early-season changes with his team after a 0-3 start to the season; the Princeton Tigers went on to win 6 of the remaining 7 games and had a winning season.  For almost 30 years, Mark has served as a board member of the Northern California Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.  Each year, this organization awards $24,000.00 in scholarships to 24 outstanding high school scholar-athletes in Northern California.

 
 
Sparta High School
·      Football Team Co-Captain

·      1976 Co-Captain of 1st Sparta Team to win NJ State Sectional Championship

·      All-Skyline Conference
·      All-Area
·      NJ All-Stars top 100 player in the state
·      Set new school record in Shot-put
·      National Honor Society

·      Earned a GPA of 4.11 while graduating #2 in his class of 1977

 
 
Princeton University
·      1980-Team Co-Captain-Senior year
·      1980-First Team All-Ivy League
·      1980 All-American Honorable mention
·      1980 – National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete
·      1981 Caldwell Post-graduate Scholarship
·      1981 NCAA Post-graduate Scholarship – Ivy League
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

GREGORY KYLISH

 

Gregory Kylish is a 1985 graduate of Kittatinny Regional High School.  He graduated in 1989 from Brown University.  He is being nominated for his accomplishments in high school and college Football and high school Basketball and Baseball.  As a student at Kittatinny he was the three year starter as:  Quarterback, Safety and Punter, twice Captain.  The following is a quote from past coach Mike Parichuk; “Greg is arguably the BEST athlete ever to attend KRHS.   Fortunately Greg played for me in Football and Basketball.  He was extremely coachable and a great leader and teammate.”  Greg began racking up awards early on; at 12 years old he was named NJ Herald Athlete of the Week as part of a season that included 5 no-hitters and back-to-back perfect games.  He continued at KRHS with many accomplishments including in 1985 playing in the NJ North-South All-Star game.  On the Basketball court, Greg was team Captain and represented Team Sussex in the Sussex-Warren All-Star Game. On to Brown University; Greg played 4 years of Football and 3 years Baseball.  He skipped senior year Baseball to prepare for workouts with the NFL Giants, Lions and Broncos Football.  As an alumnus of Brown University Greg was named to the All-Decade Team.  Greg continues as a rec-league and travel league coach in youth Basketball and Softball with his 3 Daughters.  He resides in Lehigh County Pa.

 
 


 
Kittatinny Regional
·      Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee
·      3 sport MVP
 
Basketball
·      3 year Varsity Letter
·      3 year starter
·      Team Captain
·      All-SCIL
·      All-Area
·      All-West Jersey
·      Team Sussex Rep. to annual Sussex-Warren All-Star game
 
Baseball

·       NJ Herald Athlete of the Week

·      3 year Varsity Letter
·      3 year Starter
·      All-SCIL x 2
·      All-Area x 2
·      All-West Jersey x 2
·      All-State 2nd Team

·      North Jersey selection: 2 for 4 hitting in the 1985 NJ North-South All-Star game

 
Football
·      3 year Varsity Letter
·      3 year Starter as: Quarterback, Safety & Punter
·      Team Captain x 2
·      All-SCIL x 2
·      All-Area x 2
·      All-West Jersey x 2
·      All-State 2nd Team
·      NJ Herald Athlete of the month
·      Defensive starter 1985 NJ North-South All-Star game
 
 
 
Brown University

·      3 year starter as: Strong Safety and Outside Linebacker

·      Senior Captain
·      All-Ivy League
·      All-ECAC
·      Associated Press HM All-American
·      Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week


·      Ivy League Rookie of the Week

·      TEAM OF THE DECADE (80’s) for Brown’s 125th Football Anniversary

·      1988 recipient of the Broomhead Memorial Award as the player 


Whose contribution and devotion

Promise to make them an

Ambassador to Brown University

Athletics.
 
 
 
 
 
LISA (PARAK) NEARY

Lisa (Parak) Neary is a 1987 graduate of Vernon Township High School and a 1991 graduate of Clemson University.  She lettered 9 times at Vernon in Cross-Country, Basketball and Track/Field.  Lisa holds the current record in Sussex County in Discus; 147’8” and Javelin; 144’10” and the State Group III record in “old” Javelin weight; 144’10” in 1987 (29 year old records).  She was a member of the 1987 USA Junior National Track Team competing the summer after graduation from Vernon for the United States in Vancouver, Canada and Washington State University against Canada, Japan, Austria and East Germany. Lisa is a Specialty Care Representative with Orexigen Therapeutics, LLC and lives in Western, NC with her husband Mike.  Lisa has two sons.  Austin graduated from Western Carolina University in May 2015 and is the owner of Dream Catcher’s Fishing Guides in Western, NC and co-owner of Dream Catcher’s Fishing Supply with her husband Mike.  Douglas is in the United States Army Reserve/Army ROTC studying Arabic and is a junior at the University of Arizona. 


·      1985 – Member of Vernon High School’s first women’s Soccer Team

·      1986 & 1987 – All –SCIL Soccer
·      1984 – All SCIL Track and Field
·      1985 – All SCIL Track and Field
·      1986 – All SCIL Track and Field
·      1987 – All SCIL Track and Field
·      1985 – All SCIL Basketball
·      1986 – All SCIL Basketball

·      1986 – Vernon Viking Award Club Recipient Basketball

·      1986 – Vernon Viking Award Club Recipient Track and Field

·      1987 - Vernon Viking Award Club Recipient – Track and Field

·      1985 – All Area Track and Field
·      1996 – All Area Track and Field
·      1987 – All Area Track and Field
·      1986 - NJ Herald Athlete of the Month
·      1987 – NJ Herald Athlete of the Month
·      1986 – AAU Junior Olympics Qualifier
·      1986 - NJ Group III Champion in Discus
·      1987 – NJ Group III Champion Discus

·      1987 – NJ Group III Champion in Javelin

·      1986 – SCIL Co-Championship Women’s VTHS Track Team

·      1987 – SCIL Co-Championship Women’s VTHS Track Team

·      1985 – NJ Meet of Champions – 4th place Discus

·      1986 – NJ Meet of Champions – 3rd place Javelin

·      1986 – First Team New Jersey All- State Track and Field

·      1987 – First Team New Jersey All-State Track and Field

·      1987- NJ Meet of Champions 1st place Javelin

·      1986 – NJ Meet of Champions 1st place Discus

·      1987 – NJ Meet of Champions 1st place Discus

·      1987- Undefeated in Discus and Javelin

·      1988 – Personal best Discus 157’7”

·      1989 – Atlantic Coast Conference Champion Discus

·      1990 – Atlantic Coast Conference Champion Discus

·      1990 – Atlantic Coast Conference Champion Javelin

·      1991 – Atlantic Coast Conference Champion Discus

·      1991 – Clemson ACC Championship Team Member * The first for Clemson

·      Clemson existing record for “old” Javelin weight 161’4”

·      Clemson’s 6th ranked All-Time Discus list 150’2”

·      1990 – Academic All-Atlantic Coast Conference

·      1991 - Academic All-Atlantic Coast Conference


 
 
JOHN PERDISATT

John Perdisatt is a 1975 graduate of Pope John XXIII High School.  He is nominated for his many accomplishments as a High School student in Sussex County in Football, Basketball and Baseball.  He continued his athletics as a student at St. Bernard College, Cullman, Alabama from 1975 until 1979. 

On the gridiron for Pope John, John was both a wide receiver and defensive back, receiving honors as the player with the most interceptions and tops in receptions.  On the court, John played 4 years of Basketball also.  He was 3 year Varsity starter.  After being awarded various awards, he was named to Who’s Who in High School Basketball.  He then excelled on the ball field as a 4 year Varsity starter, earning the Top ERA in both county and area sophomore, Junior and senior years.  He played Baseball for St. Bernard’s as #1 Starter Sophomore, Junior and Senior years.  His St. Bernard’s Baseball career was highlighted by his pitching leading the team to a victory during a doubleheader against William Carey University.  They had traveled to Mississippi to play against the team with a 35 game winning streak.  This win broke that record.  His freshman year was #2 Starter as he had mononucleosis during the season.  John resides in Ft. Pierce, Florida.

 
 
 


Pope John XXIII High School

 

·        Football – Varsity Junior and Senior years

·       Senior year – All- County

·       Senior year – All- Area

·       Senior year – Awarded top receiver yards per catch

·       Senior year – Awarded top receptions

·       Senior year – Awarded for most interceptions

·       Basketball – 3 year Varsity Starter

·       Junior and Senior years All- County

·       Junior year – 2nd Team All- Area

·       Senior year – All-Area

·       Named to Who’s Who in High School Basketball

·       Baseball – 4 year Varsity Starter

·       Sophomore, Junior and Senior years – All-County

·       Sophomore, Junior and Senior years – All-Area

·       Junior year – 3rd Team All-State

·       Senior year – All-State

·       Sophomore, Junior and Senior years – top ERA in County and Area

·       Junior and Senior years – pitched (2) no hitters against Mt. Olive

 

St. Bernard College – Division I NAIA

·        Freshman year – No. 2 Starting pitcher (suffered mononucleosis this year)

·       Freshman record 12-8

·       Sophomore year – No. 1 Starter

·       Sophomore year – Named All-Southern State Conference

·       Sophomore year – Named to All- Tournament Team

·       Sophomore record – 16-6

·       Junior year – No. 1 Starter

·       Junior year – Named All-Southern State Conference

·       Junior year – Named to All-Tournament Team

·       Junior year – Named to All-District Team – MVP of Tournament

·       Junior year – record – 17-6

·       Senior year – No. 1 Starter

·       Senior year – Named All-Southern State Conference – Conference MVP

·       Senior year – Named to All-Tournament Team

·       Senior Year – Named to All-District Team

·       Senior record – 18-8

 

WILLIAM SISCA

 

Bill Sisca is a 2001 graduate of Newton High School.  He also attended SCCC.  He competed in Football, Basketball and Baseball at Newton and Baseball at SCCC.  After playing the final football game freshman year, he started every game from then on as Quarterback and Captain of the team.  In 2000, Newton celebrated its first trip to the State of NJ playoffs in 10 years.  Sisca was named Eastern Propane SCIL Player of the Year.  He lettered in Basketball 3 years.  The team reached the sectional finals 2 of the 3 years.  2001, Sisca was named Tourney MVP as the Braves won 3 straight games to capture the SCIL County Festival Tournament.  He was also selected to play in the Morris/Sussex Senior All-Star game as well as being maned team MVP.  In Baseball, Sisca started every game at Shortstop in his 4 years on the team.  The Team reached the State of NJ playoffs all 4 years and State of NJ finals in 2001.  In Sisca’s sophomore year, he was selected as the State Athlete of the Week after going a8-11 with 4 home runs, 2 doubles, 8 RBI’s in 2 games in the same week. Junior and senior year, Sisca was selected to play in the prestigious Selectfest Games at Rutgers University with the Tri-State area’s top players.  Newton started their 2001 season at 19-0 and were #1 ranked team in the State of NJ at that point.  They finished as Sectional Champions and Group II Sate of NJ runner up.  At SCCC Sisca finished a successful freshman campaign by earning First Team All-Conference, First Team All-Region and Third Team All-American.  He holds the SCCC single-season record for Triples with 7.

Bill has been living with Type 1 diabetes since age 13.  In 2012, he started F.A.C.T. Foundation for Diabetes to raise awareness and help others better manage their diabetes care.   Bill comes from a long list of athletes and coaches; Cousin Jim Duffy and father Henry were both important mentors in his growth athletically.  Bill’s grandfather was Randolph Football legend John Bauer, Sr. as well as his uncle John Bauer, Jr.  Bill currently trains and mentors young athletes through Sisca Power Lifting.  He also manages and promotes amateur and professional mixed martial artists for the Pennsylvania based X-Fights Promotions.   Bills sister Liz is a member of the Class of 2015 for the Sussex County Sports Hall of Fame.  Bill and wife Jenny reside in Byram with their children Bradie and Callie.

 


 
                Freshman year    

·       Varsity letter Baseball

·      All-SCIL Honorable Mention

·      All-Area Honorable Mention

·      Art Disque Freshman Athlete of the Year

 
                Sophomore year

·       Varsity letter Football

·      All-SCIL, All-Area, All-West Jersey

·      Varsity letter Basketball

·      Team reached Sectional Finals

·      Varsity letter Baseball

·      All-SCIL, All-Area, All-West Jersey

·      All-State

·      Star Ledger Athlete of the Week

·      Stats:  8-11, 4 HR’s, 2 2B’, 8 RBI’s all in 2 games

·      Selected to play in SelectFest Tournament

 
                Junior year

·       Varsity letter Football

·      All-SCIL, All-Area, All-West Jersey

·      Varsity letter Basketball

·      All-SCIL, All-Area

·      All-West Jersey Honorable Mentioned

·      Varsity Baseball

·      All-SCIL, All-Area, All-West Jersey

 
                Senior year

·       Varsity letter Football

·      All-SCIL, All-Area, All-West Jersey

·      Team Captain

·      Team 1st State appearance in 20 years

·      Eastern Propane Player of the Year

·      Varsity Basketball

·      All-SCIL, All-Area, All-West Jersey

·      SCIL Tournament MVP

·      Team Champions, Reached Sectional Finals

·      Selected Morris/Sussex All-Star Game

·      Varsity Baseball

·      All-SCIL, All-Area, A-West Jersey, All-State

·      Team SCIL, Sectional Champions, Group II runner ups

·      Stats:  19-0, ranked #1 in State, 132 Career Hits

 

                Sussex County Community College

·       Baseball:  All-Region

·       3rd Team All-American

·      Single season Triples Record

 
 
 


 
 

MARK WILLIAMS

 

Mark Williams is a 1991 graduate of Sussex Vocational Technical School. He is also a graduate of Rutgers University (1996) with his B.S. degree and M.B.A. from Fairleigh Dickenson University (2012).  He is nominated for excelling in Cross Country, Outdoor Track and Indoor Track before going on to a Division I Track and Field career at Rutgers University.  He is currently a highly successful world class Masters Track and Field Athlete.  While a student at Vo-Tech Mark ran Cross Country and Outdoor Track all 4 years earning Coaches Award, Most Improved and Most Valuable Player Awards. He also lettered for Indoor Track 3 years with MVP, MIP and Coaches Award Honors. During the 1991 Outdoor Track season Mark made the All-Area Team with the fastest 800m time in Sussex County.  Mark continued to excel as an Athlete at Rutgers where he made All-East Honors in the 4x800m Indoor Relay Team, 1994 and 1995.  Mark is currently active on the Master’s Circuit and has garnered additional honors including National Championships in 800m, 1500m and the Mile.  He was a member of the 4x800 indoor relay Team who broke the M40-49 World Record with a time of 7:49.90.  Mark is currently active on the Master’s Track and Field Circuit ranked in the top 5 in the world in the 1500 and 800 in his age group.

 

 

Sussex County Vocational School

 

·      Varsity Letter Cross Country and Outdoor Track– 4 years

·      Most Improved Player Cross Country and Outdoor Track

·      Most Valuable Player Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor Track

·      Varsity Letter Swimming – 2 years

·      Varsity Letter Indoor Track – 3 years

·      Coaches Award Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor Track

·      All-Area – 1991 with Fastest Time in County - 800m

 
 

Rutgers University

 

·       All-East Honors in 4x800 Indoor Track – 1994 & 1995

 
 

Master’s Circuit

 

·      2003 – Indoor National Champion – 800m

·      2004 – Indoor National Champion – 800m

·      2014 – Indoor National Champion – Mile

·      2014 – Outdoor National Champion 1500m

·      2014 – Member of Team USA – Masters M40-49 World  Record set 4x800

·      2014 – USA World Championship Indoor Track – 3rd Place 1500m

·      2015 – M40 Mile Indoor National Championships in Winston-Salem – 2nd Place

·      2015 – New Balance Grand Prix in Boston – 5th Place

·      2015 – Master’s USATF Indoor Invitational in Boston – 4th Place 1500m

·      2016 – Masters Men’s Invitational Olympic Trials 1500m 6th Place (Deepest masters field in history)

 
 
 
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Jefferson Names MacDermid New Girls Hoops Coach


6/17/2013
All-NJAC American, Freedom Softball


6/17/2013
All-NJAC Freedom Baseball


6/17/2013
All-NJAC American Baseball


6/6/2013
Tommy Martino A True Inspiration


5/29/2013
Delaney Takes Wallkill Football Job


5/23/2013
Canning, Lions Capture Crown


5/16/2013
Pope John Takes Aim At Softball Title


5/9/2013
Wildcats Look to Repeat


5/4/2013
Spartans Eye HWS Lax Crowns


4/27/2013
A Tribute To My Dad


4/3/2013
Firing Rice A Good Start


4/1/2013
Spring Broadcast Schedule


3/25/2013
Soccer Coaches Will Be Missed


3/18/2013
Hoops Season Review


3/13/2013
O'Connor Goes Out A Winner


2/21/2013
High Point Eyes H/W/S Crown


2/20/2013
PJ-Sparta III


2/18/2013
Wildcats Bounce Back To Win State Title


2/5/2013
Wynne, Lions Continue to Roar


2/4/2013
Girls Hoops Power Points


2/4/2013
Boys Hoops Power Points


1/29/2013
H/W/S Boys Hoops Preview


1/27/2013
H/W/S Girls Hoops Preview


1/18/2013
Jones Steps Down As Wallkill Football Coach


1/10/2013
How Are Good Are the Lions?


1/2/2013
2013 Comes in With A Bang; Pretty in Pink Saturday


12/27/2012
Winter Broadcast Schedule


12/12/2012
NJAC Football All-Stars Freedom


12/12/2012
NJAC Football All-Stars American -2


12/11/2012
NJAC Girls Soccer All-Stars


12/10/2012
NJAC Football All-Stars American


12/9/2012
NJAC Girls Tennis All-Stars


12/8/2012
NJAC Boys Soccer All-Stars


12/3/2012
Newton Win Worthy Of Parade


11/27/2012
Pats Making History


11/11/2012
State Football Pairings


11/5/2012
Sandy Wreaks Havoc


10/24/2012
SUCO Hall Has New Look


10/17/2012
Pope John Soccer Eyes History


10/3/2012
H/W/S Soccer Set To Start


9/27/2012
H/W/S Field Hockey Starts; State Makes Right Call


9/20/2012
NJSIAA Comes Up Snake Eyes


9/12/2012
Fall Broadcast Schedule


9/11/2012
We Should Never Forget


9/7/2012
Academies Not The Right Way To Go


8/17/2012
Football Group Classifications


8/7/2012
Horse Show Trots On


7/31/2012
Turf Field Great For Newton


7/24/2012
Martinek, Big Blue Good Fit


7/9/2012
BBCOR Bats Right Move


6/27/2012
NJAC Baseball, Softball Stars


6/20/2012
(Mugs Media Exclusive) Van Orden Takes High Point Job


6/17/2012
Wildcats Win Thriller


6/7/2012
High Point Continues Magical Ride


5/30/2012
Tech Caps Record Season


5/21/2012
Wildcats Capture Crown


5/16/2012
State Should Break Lax Tourney Into Sections


5/8/2012
Spartans Eye H/W/S Title


5/1/2012
Girls Lacrosse Tourney Set To Start


4/22/2012
Wildcats Eye Tourney Title


4/13/2012
Games of the Week Back on The Air !


4/6/2012
Scholar-Athlete Dinner Great Event


3/27/2012
Lipscomb Perfect Fit For SCCC


3/20/2012
Geffken Leaves Lasting Legacy


3/5/2012
Mugs Media Will Survive


2/20/2012
Lawrence Makes Big Splash With PJ


1/30/2012
Paternostro Passes Away


1/24/2012
(Mugs Media Exclusive) Falcons Hire DeGennaro


1/23/2012
When Paterno Came to Wallkill


1/19/2012
Vikes Hit Rough Seas


1/15/2012
NJAC Races Heating Up


1/7/2012
Martinek Wraps Fine Career


12/14/2011
NJAC Should Push Back Starting Date


12/6/2011
Football Plan Rejected


11/27/2011
Magical Season For Braves


11/15/2011
Wayne Hills Misses Opportunity


11/8/2011
Vikings Back in The Big Dance


10/31/2011
Christensen, Wildcats Roar


10/25/2011
NJAC Makes Changes


10/13/2011
DiSomma Brings Home Title


10/4/2011
H/W/S Soccer To Start


9/27/2011
Mustangs, Leach Make History


9/19/2011
Lions Bounce Back For Carlson


9/11/2011
We Should Never Forget


9/8/2011
Wildcats Show Fight


8/21/2011
Are You Ready For Some Football?


8/12/2011
SUCO Hall of Fame Class Stellar


8/3/2011
PJ's Moore Picks BC


7/24/2011
Ungerman Classic Great For Hoops Fans


7/14/2011
Vernon Drops To Group 3


7/8/2011
Kelly, Dugan To Lead Braves


7/2/2011
Sussex Stars Shine


6/21/2011
High Point Finds Solution With Percey


6/13/2011
What A Ride For Sparta


6/4/2011
Historic Blasts For PJ, Sparta


5/23/2011
Judgment Day for Lions, Vikes


5/15/2011
Ruban Steps Down At Wallkill Valley


5/9/2011
Boys Lax Tourney Should Be Good One


5/6/2011
Vernon Girls Favorite To Win H/WS


4/29/2011
Pope John Names New Basketball Coach


4/23/2011
H/W/S Tourneys To Start


4/10/2011
GIrls Hoops NJAC Stars


4/2/2011
History Made At Pope John


4/1/2011
Pope John Names Football Coach


3/25/2011
Local Boys Hoops Stars Honored


3/20/2011
Hopatcong's Rey Wins National Title


3/16/2011
Lions Saga Continues


3/9/2011
(Mugs Media Exclusive) Paternostro Steps Down


3/5/2011
Great Run For High Point Girls


2/17/2011
Hats Off To Cats


2/12/2011
American Division Up For Grabs


2/3/2011
A Look At H/W/S Girls Hoops Tourney


1/25/2011
H/W/S Boys Hoops Preview


1/18/2011
More Females Join Coaching Ranks


1/9/2011
Pretty In Pink Classic Great Success


1/2/2011
Wildcats Look To Make History


12/21/2010
Skyhawks May Fly The Coop


12/14/2010
Alumni Game Fun


12/6/2010
NJAC Girls Soccer Honors


11/30/2010
NJAC Field Hockey Honors


11/18/2010
Local Boys Soccer Players Honored


11/11/2010
Rangers Return To Playoffs


11/6/2010
Vikings Make History


10/28/2010
Tourney Time Brings Questions


10/20/2010
Power Point Presentation


10/14/2010
North Warren Football On The Rise


10/7/2010
H/W/S Tourney Under Way


9/30/2010
Stop The Insanity


9/22/2010
Tough Break For Chiefs


9/11/2010
We Should Never Forget


9/8/2010
NJSIAA Moving In Right Direction


8/17/2010
Activity Fees New Reality


8/10/2010
Zabriskie Makes County Proud


8/2/2010
PJ Soccer Family Rallies For Good Cause


7/24/2010
Is Cheerleading A Sport?


7/15/2010
Marchiano Named Sparta Coach


7/7/2010
Change Good For Vikings


6/27/2010
Up And Down Year For NJAC


6/15/2010
New Sparta Coach Has Big Shoes To Fill


6/8/2010
Shea Steps Down At Sparta


6/1/2010
TOC On Chopping Block


5/20/2010
Beatty Cup Great Idea


5/3/2010
Spartans Gain Top Seed


5/1/2010
Local NJAC Standings


4/23/2010
Bello, Lions Ready To Roar


4/18/2010
Mustangs Ready For H/W/S


4/17/2010
Local NJAC Standings


4/11/2010
Local NJAC Standings


4/5/2010
Girls Lacrosse Has New Look


3/22/2010
Sports Programs In Doubt


3/15/2010
NJSIAA In Fight For Its Life


3/8/2010
No 'Rocky' Ending For Orr


3/1/2010
What We Learned At H/W/S


2/28/2010
Local NJAC Hoops Standings


2/19/2010
Wrestling Needs A TOC


2/12/2010
H/W/S Tourney To Tip Off


2/10/2010
Local NJAC Hoops Standings


2/8/2010
Clearing Up Tourney Questions


2/6/2010
Local NJAC Hoops Standings


2/1/2010
(Exclusive to Mugs Media) Levens, Falcons Part Ways


1/31/2010
Local NJAC Hoops Standings


1/20/2010
Great Night For Wrestling


1/18/2010
Local NJAC Basketball Standings


1/11/2010
Geffken Makes Right Choice


1/3/2010
Top Teams Of The Decade


12/27/2009
O'Connor Hits Magic Mark


12/15/2009
Sports-Specific Way to Go


12/3/2009
NJAC Makes Changes


11/23/2009
Geary, Spartans Play Instant Classic


11/16/2009
NJAC Should Look At Football


11/8/2009
Sussex Football Puts On Show


10/29/2009
Great Start To H/W/S Tourney


10/22/2009
Expanded Brackets Good Idea


10/13/2009
New Tourney Set To Kick Off


10/7/2009
Classy Chernati wins 300th Game


9/29/2009
Tough Start For ex-SCIL Teams


9/11/2009
We Should Never Forget


9/8/2009
NJAC Era Begins


9/1/2009
Parzero Perfect For Pats


8/23/2009
New World For Mugs Media


8/9/2009
Fun At The Fair


8/2/2009
Fond Memories of Dick Stoltenborg


7/24/2009
Hall Nominees All Deserving


7/14/2009
Opening Day Will Be Tough


6/28/2009
SCIL Show Special


6/2/2009
Newton Makes Disque Proud


5/19/2009
Tri-County Tourney Great Idea


5/12/2009
NJSIAA Hits Grand Slam


5/1/2009
How About A Lacrosse Tourney?


4/19/2009
Levens Keeps On Winning


4/11/2009
Everyone's Favorite Uncle Mo'


4/2/2009
Morris Will Be Missed


3/21/2009
SCIL Athletes Talk Of The Town


3/12/2009
Wrestlebacks Not For The Meek


3/3/2009
Kuntz Built SCCC Into Winner


2/25/2009
Festival Goes Out In Style


2/17/2009
SCIL Swim Festival First Class


2/11/2009
Heartbreak For Wildcats


2/4/2009
Expanded Brackets A Home Run


1/27/2009
Coaches Sit On Hot Seat


1/20/2009
NJAC Releases Schedules (Part 2)


1/13/2009
NJAC Releases Schedules (Part 1)


1/5/2009
I'm One Lucky Guy


12/21/2008
Tough Break For Sisco


12/7/2008
Nice Guys Finish First


11/28/2008
Back To The Future For Falcons


11/20/2008
Sussex Perfect For Runners


11/14/2008
Fitting End For SCIL Football


11/8/2008
Other Side of Cinderella


10/31/2008
Edelman, Vikes Make Good Point


10/23/2008
Rangers Riding High


10/16/2008
Old Lion Still Roaring


10/9/2008
State Plays 52-Pickup


10/3/2008
SCIL Soccer Plan Perfect


9/25/2008
NJSIAA Lacks Direction


9/17/2008
High Point's Keur Happy To Be Back


9/11/2008
We Should Never Forget


9/1/2008
Football Deaths Sobering Reminder


8/25/2008
State Plan Needs Second Look


8/14/2008
Realingment Plan Disbands SCIL (Exclusive to MugsMedia.Com)


8/11/2008
Martinek Gives Me Knight Fever


8/6/2008
Remembering Ryan Olsen


7/30/2008
No Place Like Home For Crespi


7/21/2008
Trudgeon, Braves Had Great Run


7/13/2008
Safety First For Little Leaguers


7/6/2008
Wolf, Nottle Find Winning Ways


6/29/2008
Are You Ready For The Summer?


6/22/2008
Lanier Right Man For Skyhawks


6/15/2008
A Special Thanks to Dad


6/7/2008
Defense Never Rests


5/30/2008
Kittatinny Crew Saves the Day


5/23/2008
Bello makes right call


5/16/2008
Great to be back at Festival


5/9/2008
Softball Should Have Tourney


4/25/2008
Realignment Could Be Done Deal


4/18/2008
SCIL Teams Born to Score Runs


4/11/2008
SCIL Home to Top Hurlers


4/4/2008
Lacrosse Teams Riding the Wave


3/28/2008
Wallkill's VanZile Set to Retire (Exclusive to MugsMedia.com)


3/21/2008
A Little "Mercy" for Football Teams


3/14/2008
Valenti's Title Caps Banner Year for SCIL Wrestling


3/7/2008
Taking a Hard Look at the New Transfer Rules


2/29/2008
Giving SCIL Basketball a Boost


2/22/2008
Rasslin' to the Top... Finally


2/15/2008
Handicapping the Festival


2/8/2008
The Power of Power Points


1/31/2008
SCIL Adopts Innovative Soccer Plan (Exclusive to MugsMedia.com)


1/25/2008
On the Track to an Elite Program


1/18/2008
Adding Up the Numbers


1/11/2008
Dominating the Paint


1/3/2008
Bowling with the Knights


12/27/2007
Playing Games Over the Holidays


12/20/2007
The Mitchell Report Hits Home


12/13/2007
Are You Ready for the Winter?


12/6/2007
Reform Comes Slowly to New Jersey High School Sports


11/28/2007
Handing Out the Golden Statues


11/21/2007
Time for Change in NJ High School Sports


11/14/2007
Going a Little Extra


11/7/2007
The Single-Sport Athlete Dilemma


10/31/2007
Friday Night Lights


10/23/2007
Kicking Around Re-alignment


10/1/2007
I'm baaaack...


3/17/204
Great Run For Braves