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  • Honoring Athletes, Coaches and Benefactors whose outstanding performance has earned them the right to be enshrined in the
    Sussex County Sports Hall of Fame!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    The Sussex County Sports Hall of Fame

     2007 Inductee

     ANGELA PATERNOSTRO

       

    1994 graduate of Pope John High School; 1998 graduate of Franklin and Marshall College; 2001 graduate of Rutgers School of Law; inducted for her accomplishments in basketball, field hockey and softball; in high school., was an eleven letter winner (4 basketball, 4 softball, 3 field hockey); in softball, as a senior catcher, batted .465, threw out 24 base runners, had 7 triples, 8 doubles, 37 RBIís, 16 walks and 34 runs scored; she was Team Captain , MVP, Star Ledger All State and All West Jersey, NJ Herald All Area, All SCIL; as a junior, was Captain, MVP, All West Jersey, All Area, All SCIL; as a sophomore, won the Coaches Award and was All Area and All SCIL

    In basketball, as a senior, was Captain and led the team in scoring, rebounding and was second in steals; was PJ MVP, Red Rush Christmas Tournament MVP and All Tournament Team, All SCIL, All West Jersey and All Area; as a junior, was MVP, All Area and All SCIL; as a sophomore won Coaches Award and was All SCIL

    In field hockey, as a senior, was Captain, MVP, All Area, All SCIL; as a junior won the Coaches Award, All SCIL

    Was an SCIL Academic Athletic Award Winner in all her sports her last three years

    In college, was a GTE Academic All American Nominee as junior and senior; a four year varsity letter winner in basketball, three years in softball; Captain of the softball team as a junior and senior; holds school softball rankings at third in career triples, fifth in career RBIís, fourth in season triples, fourth in season walks and fifth in season home runs; was a Centennial Conference All League Catcher in 1997 and 1998; had a career .329 batting average, 43 runs scored, 54 RBIís, 36 walks and 21 stolen bases; in basketball was captain as a senior and ranked in the Top 15 in career rebounds at F&M

     

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