A TEACHER, COACH AND LEADER OF NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL’S YOUNG MEN AND
WOMEN FOR OVER THREE DECADES. COACHED FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL AND
BASEBALL AND WAS TWICE NAMED SUSSEX COUNTY’S BASKETBALL COACH OF THE
SPEARHEADED DRIVE FOR FORMATION OF SUSSEX COUNTY COACHES ASSOCIATION
AND RENEWAL OF SUSSEX COUNTY INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE WHILE ATHLETIC
DIRECTOR AT NEWTON. A VARSITY FOOTBALL, ICE HOCKEY AND LACROSSE
PLAYER AT SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE.
A Three Sport Star at Newton High School compiling Nine Varsity
Letters. Twice Named to All County Teams in Football, Basketball
and Baseball. All State Football Selection 1950.
Captained The Trenton State College Football and Baseball Teams
During His Senior Year. Played for Newton A.A. and the Franklin
Miners. A Football, Basketball and Basketball Coach at Sparta High
School for Nearly Two Decades
oscar (tarzan) hosking
enjoyed and played baseball “any place there was a game!” a pioneer
in the sussex county league and numerous north jersey
semi-professional baseball leagues from 1918 to the late 1930’s.
named most valuable player in the dover twilight league 1930. a
daring base runner who also pitched and hit his hamburg team to
eight sussex county league
One of the most outstanding wrestlers Newton High
School has ever produced. Competing in the heavyweight Division,
Lanzi wrestled his way into the State Tournament finals on four
occasions and emerged victorious three times.
He also earned four Football letters and one in
Baseball. Played Football and Wrestled for Toledo University,
capturing a National A.A.U. Wrestling Title.
Presently serves as Recreation Director in Toledo.
A Three Sport Star for Newton High School. Earned
All State Status in Baseball (Two Times). First basketball player
in county to score 300 points as a Sophomore.
Played in the New York Yankee’s Organization for five
seasons advancing to Triple A level. NY-PA All League selection in
1939. Twice led Sussex and Morris leagues in batting and home runs,
respectively. Football and Youth Leagues coach.
a football player and wrestling standout at newton high school.
captured a state wrestling championship in 1948.
three time eastern intercollegiate wrestling association champion
for rutgers university. national a.a.u. champion 1953.
Active in numerous youth wrestling programs in sussex county.
accomplishments still recognized at alma mater with awarding of the
perona trophy to RUTGERS wrestlers who earn an eiwa
prominent football, basketball, baseball, soccer and golf coach on
the sussex county and new jersey interscholastic scene for three
compiled a 309-134 basketball record that included two skyline
conference championships and four sectional titles. led franklin
baseball teams to 147-66 record and six sectional championships.
coached franklin’s 1941 undefeated FOOTBALL team. a four sport
performer at springfield college.
As Athletic Director and Coach led sports programs at Sussex High
School and High POint for over 30 years.
At Sussex, coached both varsity and junior basketball teams to
179-90 and 179-64 records, respectively. Compiled 238-141 record in
baseball and 73-22-12 soccer mark. His Sussex and High Point
Varsity Teams won 12 Conference Titles and three State Sectional
joseph r. scalzo
prominent figure in united states amateur wrestling field. state
champion at newton high school.
NATIONAL y.m.c.a. champion. ncaa all american selectiOn at penn
state. coached 1956 united states olympic wrestling squad.
began wrestling program at toledo university and compiled 106-31
coaching record. charter member of toledo university hall of fame.
ohio wrestling hall of fame member and recipient of helms foundation
award of merit
AN ALL COUNTY AND ALL
STATE SELECTION IN BOTH BASKETBALL AND BASEBALL FOR HAMBURG HIGH
SCHOOL. EARNED THREE BASEBALL LETTERS AT EAST STROUDSBURG STATE
COMPILED A .355 BATTING
AVERAGE DURING SEVEN NORTH JERSEY BASEBALL LEAGUE SEASONS PLAYING
FOR THE SUSSEX A.A. NAMED MOST VALUABLE PLAYER IN 1960 WITH LEAGUE
LEADING .456 AVERAGE. 1971 SUSSEX COUNTY BASEBALL COACH OF THE YEAR
AT FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL.
alex (soshie) stankowich
an outstanding football and baseball player whose achievements
spanned two memorable decades. quarterbacked franklin high school
to an 11-4 record over two seasons.
a prolific scorer who directed the franklin minors to a three season
17-2-2 mark. strikeout artist of sussex county twilight league.
pitched three no-hitters and three one-hitters in a single season.
franklin youth leagues administrAtor and coach.
richard p. vaughn
a newton high school graduate
who won three national a.a.u. heavyweight wrestling championships
and was runner-up twice. dominated state a.a.u. wrestling scene
from 1933-36 with four heavyweight titles – doubling in 1936 with
wins at 191 pounds and heavyweight.
led franklin and marshall college to four undefeated
seasons. wrestled successfully up to 1960’s at age of 50 finished
second in pennsylvania y.m.c.a. tournament.