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RANDOLPH, NJ — County College of Morris (CCM) is thrilled about the forthcoming 70,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art Center for Health Professions. A press conference confirming “Healthy Communities Start Here” was held today at 11 a.m. in the Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Center at CCM.As a pioneering institution, CCM plans to provide students with classrooms and labs designed with a fully integrated learning environment resembling today’s leading medical centers. Renowned for its commitment to shapin...
RANDOLPH, NJ — County College of Morris (CCM) is thrilled about the forthcoming 70,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art Center for Health Professions. A press conference confirming “Healthy Communities Start Here” was held today at 11 a.m. in the Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Center at CCM.
As a pioneering institution, CCM plans to provide students with classrooms and labs designed with a fully integrated learning environment resembling today’s leading medical centers. Renowned for its commitment to shaping the future of education and producing a highly educated workforce, the college is expanding its healthcare programs to include dental hygiene, dental assisting, surgical technology, diagnostic medical sonography and medical assisting, with wants to grow current programs in nursing, radiography, respiratory therapy, paramedic science and drug counseling. Adding the Center for Health Professions to the CCM campus will support the healthcare industry in Morris County and the surrounding region, which post-pandemic is essential.
"We are proud to take this important step towards furthering educational excellence and partnerships with the community,” says Dr. Anthony J. Iacono, President of CCM. “The new cutting-edge healthcare facility will serve as a hub for innovation, where students can gain a world-class education that empowers them to excel in their chosen medical careers. We get things done in New Jersey and in Morris County,” says Iacono, “and we do even greater things with partnerships to create the best teaching and learning environments.”
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Iacono thanked New Jersey’s Legislature, especially the leadership of Senator Joseph Pennacchio, Senator Anthony M. Bucco, Senator Paul A. Sarlo, Senator Steven V. Oroho, and Governor Phil Murphy, in addition to Morris County Commissioner Director John Krickus and his team, Assemblywoman Aura Dunn and the numerous members from the medical and dental industries in attendance at the event.
According to Senator Anthony M. Bucco, “The beauty of this program is being able to provide access to an area of education that many students may not have, and where there is a demand for these jobs.”
“The students who come to CCM will have a range of options,” said County Commissioner Director John Krickus, who also reported that Morris County has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the state.
Morristown Medical Center (MMC) has a thriving summer internship program. “The number of interns we hire from CCM ranks in the Top 10,” said Joseph D’Auria, COO, Morristown Medical Center. “In the medical center, you will see nursing students and, as a system, we hired 45 nurses this year alone who are graduates of CCM.”
Ultimately, the Center for Health Professions will enable CCM to continue helping fulfill the national shortage of healthcare workers.
D’Auria shared MMC also hires CCM graduates from the respiratory therapy, radiology, paramedic science, health and exercise science, and health science programs.
“You're supplying us with a lot of labor,” said D’Auria, “and we are truly grateful.”
The dental workforce shortage in America has reached epidemic proportions, according to Dr. Renee Arace, President of the New Jersey Dental Association.
“Now, thanks to CCM, it is being addressed here and now,” said Arace, “According to the ADA Health Policy Institute, nearly 40% of dentists in America are actively recruiting for dental hygienists or dental assistants...CCM will be a model for others to follow and we are grateful for this.”
“There is a lot of conflict now whether a college degree is even worth it,” said Senator Joseph Pennacchio. “Some of these kids are spending a quarter of a million dollars to get a degree...these kids, all in $12,000, becoming a dental hygienist, coming out making a $100,000 a year and they will have no shortness of opportunities. There is a need state-wide for these types of programs and I hope this becomes an incubator.”
“CCM has been paramount in preparing the health professionals in Morris County,” says Maria Isaza, Dean of the School of Health Professions and Natural Sciences. “The new building will enhance our capacity and will allow us to meet the growing demand for employees in the medical field. Most importantly, our students will have meaningful and rewarding careers that impact their lives and our community.”
"As current and additional healthcare careers emerge in our rapidly changing environment,” says Iacono, “CCM works hard to ensure faculty and students have a superior teaching and learning environment that results in high-quality education, leading to exceptional careers in healthcare. Today’s students are tomorrow’s healthcare heroes. The college embraces the opportunity to supply healthcare professionals to industry and the community it serves. Healthy communities do start here at CCM.”
A video of today’s event may be found on CCM’s You Tube channel at
ROXBURY — Riley Cross hasn't played a lot of soccer in Chatham.Cross grew up playing on out of town travel teams. And though she played for Chatham Middle School, Cross spent her first two high school seasons at Oak Knoll.But Cross was right there in the middle of the field – and the middle of the celebration – as Chatham earned its third straight Morris County Tournament title on Saturday night. The Cougars upended Randolph, 3-1, in the MCT final."This is what I did it for, being pa...
ROXBURY — Riley Cross hasn't played a lot of soccer in Chatham.
Cross grew up playing on out of town travel teams. And though she played for Chatham Middle School, Cross spent her first two high school seasons at Oak Knoll.
But Cross was right there in the middle of the field – and the middle of the celebration – as Chatham earned its third straight Morris County Tournament title on Saturday night. The Cougars upended Randolph, 3-1, in the MCT final.
"This is what I did it for, being part of my community and playing for my town," said Cross, who had a goal and an assist and was named the MCT MVP. "I came back to be part of this."
Even as second-seeded Chatham celebrated its MCT three-peat, senior co-captain Leigha Matter thought this was a very different championship.
It was the first time the Cougars didn't beat West Morris in their three-year run of MCT success. Instead, the Cougars avenged a mid-September loss to Randolph, when Cross was in California training with the United States under-17 national team.
The Cougars greeted Cross' MVP honors with a Penn State cheer, since she has verbally committed there. They'd planned to celebrate by singing the "Pitch Perfect Riff Off" on the bus ride home.
"The first time, people thought we got lucky with the overtime goal, and we played the same team (West Morris) the next year," Matter said. "We had a loss to Randolph earlier in the season, so people counted us out."
Top seed Randolph wasted little time getting on the scoreboard on Saturday, as Rylie Van Wingerden was left open four minutes into the match. Sophomore Amanda Thornton, the surprise hero of Chatham's MCT victory last fall, tied things up by getting on the end of a long ball from Cross. Another sophomore, Alex Donoghue, scored what would be the game winner off a corner kick with 7:58 left before halftime.
Cross had an insurance goal nine minutes into the second half on a long, rising rocket.
"This is really cool," she said. "I've never been in this situation, where I've won an award with my town. It's fun to play high school and be with your friends, and be a little more free."
RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Rams football team kept fighting until the bitter end, but ultimately, they were unable to stop the powerful run game of Morris Knolls as they fell to the Golden Eagles 41-31 in the last home game of the season. ( Link to extra photos at end of story )“They executed their offense very well, they got chunk plays here and there and when teams get four to five yards a clip then you are not forcing them into long third downs,” said Rams coach Will Nahan. “We didn’t stop th...
RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Rams football team kept fighting until the bitter end, but ultimately, they were unable to stop the powerful run game of Morris Knolls as they fell to the Golden Eagles 41-31 in the last home game of the season. ( Link to extra photos at end of story )
“They executed their offense very well, they got chunk plays here and there and when teams get four to five yards a clip then you are not forcing them into long third downs,” said Rams coach Will Nahan. “We didn’t stop the run the way we needed to, and on their end, they did what they needed to do.
Knolls went on top first, scoring on a 1-yard run with three minutes left in the first quarter. The Rams responded and a 20-yard TD pass from QB Jackson Magley to James Kleiven in the left corner put the Rams on the board. Josh Anderson ran in the 2-point conversion for an 8-7 lead.
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But then the chunk plays started coming for Knolls, as a 55-yard TD run down the left sideline gave them a 14-8 lead. A Rams field goal cut that to 14-11, but another long TD run made the score 20-11.
Randolph closed out the half by using a double-pass from Magley to Anderson, to senior Jessie Wilfong for a 55-yard gain to the Knolls 10-yard line. From there, Randolph scored a few plays later on a QB keeper by Anderson, and they were right int it at 20-18.
After the halftime ceremony for Homecoming King and Queen, and a performance by the RHS dance team ( link at end of story with photos ) Knolls established control, taking the opening kickoff and driving for another score
The Rams went three and out, and the chunk play hurt them again as a 40-yard TD run around left end made the score 33-18.
“I think we punched ourselves in the stomach defensively, and the little things that we did wrong they capitalized on big time,” said captain Joey Viespoli. “But we just need to recognize that for next week and get focused on that next game.”
But the Rams didn’t quit and Magley tossed a 20-yard TD pass to Mason Wilson, but the missed two-point conversion left the score at 34-24.
A 45-yard TD run for Knolls all but ended it with the score 41-24 with five minutes left. Randolph kept working, and a 25-yard catch and run by Joelle Sabillon was the key play that led to a 20-yard touchdown catch and run by Justin Novak to reach the final score of 41-31. The Rams did stop Knolls and drive to the 15-yard line in the final two minutes, but a tipped pass was intercepted in the end zone to end the game.
“It came down to our effort, and a bit of a lack of focus on our assignments – we didn’t do our jobs,” said captain Dean Mangiocavallo. “But we are 0-0 this week as playoffs start, and we will be on the road, so we have to focus and take care of business.
The Rams now await their playoff position, opponent, and game schedule which should be out late Saturday.
“This week with playoffs, I told the kids everyone is 0-0 and half the state is in a consolation game with no meaning, and the other half is playing one-game seasons every week,” said Nahan. “We have that and that is awesome. We don’t know when the season will end, and I want it to go as long as possible. We are going to go look at the film and get ready because now it’s playoff week.” For more game PHOTOS CLICK HERE
RANDOLPH − Roxbury football began the season with consecutive comebacks from at least 14 points down. On Friday night the Gaels left no doubt against rival Randolph.Roxbury improved to 3-0 on the season, making a statement with a 34-0 win over the Rams. Running backs Matt Rattay and Jamani Miller traded big play after big play, combining for 229 yards and all five Roxbury touchdowns in the victory."They're both animals," quarterback Anthony Skawinski said. "Every time I hand one of them the b...
RANDOLPH − Roxbury football began the season with consecutive comebacks from at least 14 points down. On Friday night the Gaels left no doubt against rival Randolph.
Roxbury improved to 3-0 on the season, making a statement with a 34-0 win over the Rams. Running backs Matt Rattay and Jamani Miller traded big play after big play, combining for 229 yards and all five Roxbury touchdowns in the victory.
"They're both animals," quarterback Anthony Skawinski said. "Every time I hand one of them the ball, I know they're going to do something special whether the line blocks or not."
Delayed by more than an hour due to the weather, Roxbury looked unphased by the shift in the start time, arriving later than usual in order to cut down on waiting around for the game to begin. When the game began a little after 8 p.m., there were no further delays.
"I'm glad we didn't start and stop," head coach Ryan Roumes said. "There were no issues when we came out and got warmed up. We had a full and great week of practice and I'm pretty sure that's the biggest reason we got this result."
Rattay began the scoring with a nine-yard touchdown run in the first quarter to put Roxbury on the board. Miller followed with a touchdown of his own to go along with his 80 yards in the first half. Rattay scored again from five yards out to make it a 21-0 lead at the half for the Gaels.
In the third quarter, Miller found the end zone for the second time with a pummeling rush from five yards out. Miller scored his third rushing touchdown of the night with just over five minutes left in the fourth quarter to ignite a running clock. Miller finished the night with 201 yards on the ground.
"Matt and I have this chemistry, so whoever has got it that night, we let that one have it," Miller said. "Tonight, we both kind of had it."
The Gaels continued to frustrate Randolph's offense to 124 yards of offense for the game and keeping the Rams out of the end zone for the first time in nearly two years.
Roxbury was in need of a strong start after falling behind in both of their previous games to start the season. The Gaels did not need to storm back in the second half, setting the tone early on and
It was the first win for Roxbury in the rivalry since 2017 and the first shutout win in the series since 2009. It is the third time in the last six meetings in which one team shut the other out with Randolph being the team with a shutout victory in the 2018 and 2020 editions.
For the Rams, it's not what was expected following a nine-win season and a lot of high expectations entering the season. With a 1-2 record through three games, this is the latest in a season that Randolph has had a losing record since 2017, when the Rams missed the playoffs and finished 5-5 overall. While it is premature to push a panic button, Randolph has matched the number of losses from all of last season and the schedule doesn't get easier for last season's North 2, Group 4 finalists.
Roxbury has a moniker they like to state, represented by four letters: ISUF.
No, it isn't gibberish. It's an acronym for "It Starts Up Front". The dominance on Friday certainly started there for Roxbury as the offensive line kept Skawinski upright all night and opened up holes for 288 yards worth of rushing in the victory.
"We have no quit. Our guys keep swinging, whether we are up or down. We have been down the entire time. We probably led a total of three minutes until tonight. Whether we were winning or losing, we keep swinging." - Roxbury head coach Ryan Roumes.
"It's big time for us, especially a shutout. I hadn't beat them freshman, sophomore or junior year. It's a good team win." - Roxbury quarterback Anthony Skawinski.
Roxbury (3-0) hosts West Morris (2-1) on Thursday.
Randolph (1-2) will host East Orange Campus (0-1) on Thursday.
RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph gymnastics team honored their two seniors before kicking off a Tri-Meet on Tuesday, October 17. The Rams split the three team meet, knocking off Sparta by the slimmest of margins ( 98.85-98.3 ), but finishing behind Pascack Hills who bested both squads with a score of 100.7. ( link to photos of the meet at end of story )“Having my senior night felt surreal; I have watched all of my friends’ senior nights but never imagined it would be mine one day,” said senior captain Lilly...
RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph gymnastics team honored their two seniors before kicking off a Tri-Meet on Tuesday, October 17. The Rams split the three team meet, knocking off Sparta by the slimmest of margins ( 98.85-98.3 ), but finishing behind Pascack Hills who bested both squads with a score of 100.7. ( link to photos of the meet at end of story )
“Having my senior night felt surreal; I have watched all of my friends’ senior nights but never imagined it would be mine one day,” said senior captain Lilly Walsh, when asked about her special night. “I am so grateful for this program for making this night so special.”
The Rams other senior who was honored was Alaire Mitchelle.
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“I will miss the little family we have built in the walls of this gym,” said Mitchell. “These girls have seen me at my worst and at my best, and they listened, laughed, and comforted. I will miss everyone on the team and all the time I spent with them.”
Rams coach Sue Falleni was asked to describe her two seniors, and she had positive words about each one.
“Senior Captain Lily Walsh is a natural leader and sets the tone in the gym with her work ethic and encouraging words to her teammates,” said Falleni. “Alaire Mitchell has really come into her best year of gymnastics, and I can see that she is really enjoying her time in the gym this year.”
Also honored on the special night were two other seniors. One was independent gymnast Melanie Gilmore, who trains with the Rams since her school district does not have a team, but she competes independently. The other is RHS senior Margot Berthier, who competed for the Rams her freshman year, and after that has been part of the team in a different role, handling stats and helping coach Falleni out where needed.
The three seniors have been on quite an interesting ride throughout their four years on the squad. As freshmen in 2020, they had a short, social distanced season during the early days of Covid and only participated in a few meets.
Then as sophomores the team was wildly successful, running the table for an undefeated campaign at 10-0. Their junior year was also super successful with a 7-2 record. Senior year has been a bit more up and down, as they have split their meets and currently sit at 4-4 on the year.
I am extremely proud of the efforts by every team member this year, the girls have increased their difficulty on events and they are being rewarded for their efforts,” said Falleni. “Lily Walsh is having her best season ever as she has qualified to the State Sectional tournament on all four events for the first time.”
Falleni went on to state that Junior Sanaa Thakkar (the Rams other team captain) has also qualified on all four events, while Mitchell, Jessica Leonard and Ava Shadwell have qualified on at least one event each. Daniella Diaz and Maggie Sullivan have also competed well for the team throughout the season.
“Coach Sue is one of the best role models I have ever had,” said Walsh, when asked about her coach. “She comes into practice every single day consistently energetic and excited to coach us. She has made such an impact on how all of us train and compete.”
Mitchell echoed similar sentiments, stating, “Coach Sue has inspired me in so many ways, she is our biggest supporter and a role model for what it’s like to be a great mother and a great coach.”
Randolph has one more regular season meet, on Friday, October 20, away at Ridgewood, where they hope to get victory and secure a winning season.
Walsh was asked what she will miss the most when this season and her RHS gymnastics career is over in a few weeks.
“I will miss the dynamic of the RHS gymnastics team; we are all very ‘team’ oriented and we have all become very close - so I will miss these girls so much,” said Walsh.
When the regular season is over, the Rams will compete in the League Championship which will be held at Ridgewood High School on October 23. Finally, the State Sectional Tournament will be on November 4. For Senior Night Meet PHOTOS CLICK HERE