SCC News

The Sac City Panthers Football team forced four turnovers and won a hard-fought defensive struggle 20-16 over Diablo Valley to earn the State Center Bowl championship on Nov. 19 at Hughes Stadium.

Sac City closed out the season with with a record of 6-5. The defense was led by So DL (#99) Josh Johnson who finished with 12 tackles (8 solo) with 2 sacks which earned him MVP honors for the game. Other standouts on defense were So DL (#23) Sai Taamu with 6 tackles (3 solo), 2 sacks, and a fumble recovery. So LB (#22) Cameron Calderhad 7 tackles (3 solos) with 1 sack and 1 forced fumble in the game. So DB (#25) Elijah Jones had 3 tackles with 1 interception.  The Panthers defense had six sacks on the day, forced 2 fumbles and had 1 interception.

On offense, Sac City had multiple players rush for 40 yards or better led by So RB (#4) Braylon White 10 carries for 48 yards with 2 touchdowns. Fr (#7) (WR/RB) Jordan Moore had 9 carries for 52 yards and So RB (#2) Tyree Hanson finished with 15 rushes for 42 yards. So WR (#5) Keylan Mack led the team with 5 receptions for 56 yards and 1 touchdown. Fr TE (#87) Ryan Bant-Cogburn had 1 big catch for 39 yards in the game. Fr QB (#11) Justin Yeaton went 13-30 for 107 yards with 1 touchdown pass.

Congratulations to Coach Dannie Walker, his staff and all players for a great win to cap the season!

With a trip to the state tournament on the line, the Sac City Panthers women’s volleyball team forced a fifth and deciding game with Sierra College before falling 15-9 in the decisive set to end their season. Sierra won 31-29, 18-25, 21-25, 25-19,15-9) on Nov. 26 in the second round of the CCCAA Nor-Cal Regional Playoffs.

The No. 6 Panthers finished a great season with a 22-4 overall record. The Panthers got strong performances from So OH (#10) Keeley Franz who had 20 digs, 14 kills with 2 blocks and 66 total attacks. So OH (#4) Sam Kepler had 18 kills with 14 digs and 47 total attacks. So OH (#2) AJ Woo finished with 13 kills, 10 digs and 44 total attacks. So S (#5) Kassidy Rauh led team with 50 assists, 12 digs, 3 kills, and 3 blocks with 15 total attacks. Fr MH (#9) Jalyn Jones had 6 kills with 22 total attacks. So LB (#3) Halee Parnell led the team with 28 digs.

Congratulations to the Sac City volleyball team and its coaching staff on their many achievements earned this season!  Sac City sophomores OH (#10) Keeley Franz and So S (#5) Kassidy Rauh earned 1st team All-Conference selections in the Big 8 this season. So OH (#4) Sam Kepler earned a second team All-Conference selection in the Big 8 as well. City So OH (#10) Keeley Franz was also named an All Northern California selection.  Coach Laurie Nash surpassed 300 career wins this season.

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Students who are awarded financial aid may receive a notification in their eServices account regarding courses that are ineligible for financial aid.

This means that one or more courses have been flagged because they are not part of the your major, general education, transfer or certificate program. Only courses that are part of the your major, general education, transfer or certificate program can receive financial aid.

The BOG Fee Waiver is not affected. If a student has been awarded a BOG Fee Waiver, it will cover the enrollment fees for all courses, even those not required for the student’s major.

Log in to eServices and review the “View Course Eligibility” screen to check for ineligible courses you have enrolled in. If anything is marked as ineligible, follow the decision tree to determine your next steps.

The Sac City Women’s Volleyball team finished the regular season 21-3 overall and 13-3 in the Big 8 Conference, good enough for second place.

The Panthers earned the No. 6 seed in Northern California, and will play host to Butte College (11th seed) on Tuesday, Nov. 22 in the North Gym. The winner will advance to the second round of the playoffs, one step away from the state tournament.

Good luck Panthers!

The SCC Dental Hygiene program was recently included among the best Dental Hygiene programs and colleges, according to the Community for Accredited Online Schools.

SCC’s program ranked number 41 out of 335 two-year college programs with a score of 96.83 out of 100. Included in the rankings are student-teacher ratio (28:1),  and the inclusion of placement services (yes) and counseling services (yes).

Congratulations to this very important, and highly-ranked program on campus.

During a lunchtime assembly in the main quad on Monday, Nov. 14, Interim President Michael Poindexter, Student Trustee Marianna Sousa and about 150 members of the college community discussed the 2016 election during an event entitled: “Campus Civility in Time of Discord: Reflection of our 2016 Election.”

The event was staged by the Cultural Awareness Center and Student Leadership and Development.

For more photos from the event, please see the SCC Slide Show  page on our website.

Despite dropping their regular season finale to Butte College, the Sac City Panthers were awarded the opportunity to play host to the State Center Bowl Game at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19 inside historic Hughes Stadium. The Panthers, who finished the season 5-5 overall, will play Diablo Valley (also 5-5). The same teams met two years ago in a bowl game at Diablo Valley, and the Panthers won in overtime.

Game details:

  • State Center Bowl
  • 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 19
  • Hughes Stadium
  • Opponent: Diablo Valley College

 

 

The Sac City Library, in cooperation with the SCC Games Club, is taking part in International Games Day @ Your Library.

This event will take place from 1 – 5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17, in LRC 105.

Students, faculty and staff are invited to come and join in on the fun!

Participants are encouraged to bring in their own tabletop or board games, or play one of the games that has been donated by a sponsor.