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WHITEVILLE, NC (NEWS RELEASE) — Members of the Southeastern Community College Rams baseball team are making a personal appeal for support to help them travel to Enid, Oklahoma for the National Junior College Division II World Series.

The team advances to the World Series scheduled for May 28 after it defeated Surry Community College on May 16 to win the National Junior College Athletic Association (NCJAA) Region 10 Division II Tournament.

North Carolina law prevents state funds from being used to support community college athletics. Southeastern’s intercollegiate baseball and softball teams are supported by the Rams Club, SCC Foundation and student activity fees.

Tax-deductible donations may be mailed to the SCC Foundation at P.O. Box 151, Whiteville, NC 28472. Please indicate “World Series” in the subject line. Contributions to the Foundation are also accepted online via PayPal at www.sccnc.edu/foundation.html. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Donate.” For more information about making a donation, call the Foundation office at (910) 642-7141, extension 260 or 320..

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4 Comments on "FIRST ON 3: SCC baseball team raising money to go to Junior College World Series"

2015 years 10 months ago

Way to go Jordy !!! I hope SCC does good in the series in Oklahoma. Dwayne Dimery . . .

Joy Locklear
2015 years 10 months ago

My son, Jordan Hunt is on this team..he and his teammates played an amazing series in Morehead to advance to Oklahoma for a chance at a national title. SCC defeated one of the Reg. Div. II teams that are playing in their World Series!!! They have the ability to win it all. You have to see these guys play to see just how special this team truly is. Having talent is one..but what carries you is HEART….and our guys have a lion’s share of that…please spread the word and help our guys get there…they were always chanting SCC and letting all know who they were and who they represented….they worked hard for not only themselves, but for the college and the community as well….it’s our turn to show them just how much we appreciate it….

2015 years 10 months ago

Maybe they can go to Tabor and find out who paid the $75000 to ge BJ out and see if he can help. It would be a better way to spend that kind of money.

2015 years 10 months ago

It would be tragic honestly these kids bust their rears amazing the state can pay for other crap at big div I schools but the poor community college kids who don’t get a dime of support and pay outta pocket get screwed.


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