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Suffolk County takes Division III title
November 15th, 2010 4:36AM

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[NJCAA MEN] Suffolk County Community College defeated host Herkimer County Community College, 2-1, in the NJCAA Division III men's championship thanks to a pair of goals by Dimas Escobar.

The Clippers, who finished 18-0-1, went ahead in the first half when Alejandro Lopez fed Escobar in front of the Herkimer goal.

The hosts tied the game on a goal by Scotsman Jon Rosscraig, but Suffolk pulled ahead 13 minutes into second half on Escobar's second goal.

Quarterfinals
Nov. 11
Suffolk County 4 Bunker Hill 0
Richland 2 County College of Morris 1
Herkimer County 5 Brookdale 0
Triton 0 Howard 0 (4-2 PK)

Consolation
Nov. 12
Bunker Hill 4 County College of Morris 1
Brookdale 2 Howard 2 (3-1 PK)
Semifinals
Nov. 12
Suffolk County 1 Richland 0
Herkimer County 2 Triton 1

Final
Nov. 14
Suffolk County 2 Herkimer County 1



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