CYAN YELLOW MAGENTA BLACK
Big Runs Lift No. 3 Cardinals Past No. 18 Blue Devils, 217
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Brunetto’s pass was incomplete, then senior Megan Pollack smothered a fumble at the 45, giving the seniors the ball.
After an incomplete pass and a warning for illegal elongated use of conversation, McKeon rolled right and passed complete to Shutts at the junior 40. From there, Shutts advanced to the 35 before she was
flagged by Leigh Kendricks. The junior defense got tough once again. Hester was flagged at the 30 by Richards, Van Anglen blitzed and flagged Shutts for a fiveyard loss, Richards batted down a pass, then on fourth down Richards read an overshift play perfectly and flagged Shutts for a 10yard loss.
The juniors took over as the second quarter began but soon turned over the ball when McKeon hopped on a fumble at the 44. On first down, McKeon hooked to the 25 on a keeper and after fine defensive plays by Jen Woodbury and Richards, McKeon
connected with Shutts who surged to the 10. Richards flagged Hester for a fiveyard loss, but McKeon hit Heinkel over the middle for the touchdown with :57 left in the half. Deciding to go for the twopoint conversion, McKeon completed to Jessica Lutkenhouse who was all along in the endzone. The seniors ruled, 80.
As the second half began, each
Sports Editor’s Correction:
In the 1126 issue of The Westfield Leader and The Times, The history of the Westfield/ Plainfield Football series was posted with Westfield having a 42396 record against Plainfield since 1903. According to Bruce Johnson’s book,
100 Years of Blue Devil Football,
the series actually dates back to 1900. Westfield defeated Plainfield, 260, in 1900, then also defeated Plainfield (actual score unknown) in 1901. In that case, Westfield holds a 44406 lead as of November 28, 1998.
Senior Blue Devil Girls Bury Juniors in Powder Puff, 80
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half, the Blue Devils were putting the pressure on the Cardinals. The Cardinals failed to move the ball significantly on their next possession and punted to the Blue Devil nine.
The Devils were on the move again. Runs by Turner and Lee gave the Blue Devils breathing room at the 21. Twostraight pass completions put the ball on the Cardinal 35, then Dowling blasted forward to the 24.
McCormack sliced to the 17 as the quarter ended.
The Blue Devils were threatening the Cardinals’ nest. A penalty edged the ball to the 12. Doerr rolled right and fired to receiver Maurice Boatwright who appeared to make a fabulous catch at the one. Unfortunately, for the Blue Devils, the officials ruled that Boatwright did not have complete possession. The Blue Devils attempted a 29yard field goal, but it sailed wide left.
“They missed the call. The refs said that he never had possession,” stated Tranchina. “We reviewed the play on film and it was a great catch. If we would have scored, it could have changed the momentum.”
Tranchina added, “Our tails went between our legs for a while, especially when we missed the field goal too.”
The Cardinals had dodged another bullet and soon fired another huge one of their own. With the ball on the 21, Kennedy broke through the right side, shedding some tackles, then flew 79yards for the touchdown with 11: 04 remaining in the game. Kennedy’s extra point made the score 217.
Dowling, who had been a running workhorse for the Blue Devils in the previous several games was not involved in as many plays against the Cardinals. Tranchina
explained, “They were stuffing us up front all game, so we had to make some adjustments.”
Both teams demonstrated their excellence of character and superb talent and proved why each will be playing for their respective sectional title at Giants Stadium on December 5. Westfield (92) will play fifthranked Morristown (100) at 10: 30 a. m. and Plainfield (110) will play Roxbury (92) at 1: 30.
“The Plainfield game is over. We have to come back smiling. Morristown is next. They are mostly an option team with three great running backs. They are a solid team,” concluded Tranchina.
Westfield 0 0 7 0 7 Plainfield 7 7 0 7 21
PUBLIC NOTICE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS
NOTICE is hereby given that at a meeting of the Township Council of the Township of Scotch Plains, held in the Council Chambers in the Municipal Building of said Township on Tuesday, November 24, 1998 there was introduced, read for the first time, and passed on such first reading, an ordinance entitled:
AN ORDINANCE SUPPLEMENTING CHAPTERS XIX, XXI AND XXII OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS, 1978.
The purpose of the ordinance: This Ordinance amends and supplements in various respects Chapter XIX entitled “Land Use Procedures”, Chapter XXI entitled “Site Plan Review” and Chapter XXII entitled “Land Subdivision Ordinance”
(NOTE: Fees will be implemented January 1, 1999.) A public hearing will be held on Tuesday, December 22, 1998 at 8: 00 p. m. in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, or any time and place to which a meeting for the further consideration of such ordinance shall from time to time be adjourned, and all persons interested will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning such ordinance.
A copy of same may be obtained from the office of the Township Clerk, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey between the hours of 9: 00 a. m. and 4: 00 p. m. Monday through Friday by any member of the general public who wants a copy of same without cost.
BARBARA RIEPE Township Clerk 1 T – 12/ 3/ 98, The Times Fee: $35.70
PUBLIC NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F6698.
FIRST UNION MORTGAGE CORPORATION, PLAINTIFF vs. JOSEPH R. SAINTHUBERT, DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED SEPTEMBER 16, 1998 FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES.
By virtue of the abovestated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public vendue, on the 6th Floor of the Union County Court House (Tower) 2 Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY THE 9TH DAY OF DECEMBER A. D., 1998 at two o’clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales.
The judgment amount is $141,181.99. Property to be sold is located in the City of Elizabeth, County of Union, State of New Jersey.
Premises commonly known as 1038 Anna Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey.
BEING KNOWN as Lot No. 8, Block No. 160 on the official Tax Map of the City of Elizabeth.
Dimensions: (approximately) 115.00 feet x 25.00 feet.
Nearest Cross Street: Catherine Street. There is due approximately the sum of $144,914.65 together with lawful interest and costs.
There is a full legal description on file in the Union County Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale.
RALPH FROEHLICH SHERIFF FEDERMAN AND PHELAN, Attorney Suite 505 Sentry Office Plaza 216 Haddon Avenue Westmont, New Jersey 08108 CH754098 (WL) 4 T 11/ 12, 11/ 19, 11/ 26 & 12/ 3/ 98 Fee: $167.28
Public Notice is hereby given that an ordinance of which the following is a copy was introduced, read and passed on first reading as amended by the Council of the Town of Westfield at a meeting held November 24, 1998, and that the said Council will further consider the same for final passage on the 15th day of December, 1998, at 7: 30 p. m., in the Council Chamber, Municipal Building, 425 East Broad Street, Westfield, New Jersey, at which time and place any person who may be interested therein will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning said ordinance.
Joy C. Vreeland Town Clerk
GENERAL ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE TOWN CODE OF THE TOWN OF WESTFIELD CHAPTER 16, “PARKS AND RECREATION” BY AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS THEREOF BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Westfield in the County of Union that the Code of the Town of Westfield, Chapter 16, “Parks and Recreation” be amended in the following particulars:
That Section 162 “Prohibited activities, conduct, or behavior” be amended by adding the following:
(pp) Park, stop or stand a motor vehicle on the Tamaques Park Roadway, both sides, for its entire length within Tamaques Park
In the event that any section, part or provision of this ordinance shall be held to be unconstitutional or invalid by any court, such holding shall not affect the validity of this ordinance as a whole, or any part thereof, other than the part so held unconstitutional or invalid.
This ordinance shall take effect January 1, 1999, after passage and publication as soon as, and in the manner, provided by law. 1 T – 12/ 3/ 98, The Leader Fee: $41.82
Traditional Devils “Powder Puff”
According to informed sources, the traditional Westfield High School “Powder Puff” Game was not always a tradition. It was popular in the 1960’s but faded in the 1970’s. The “Powder Puff” game reemerged in the 1980’s but faded once again.
The game has been revived in the past three years and has been gaining in popularity as a very sizable crowd observed this year’s game. The “Powder Puff” game is a memorable event, especially to the participants and their peers, and is a wonderful way to top off the Annual Homecoming Parade. team faced off with a renewed vigor.
After Claire DeCampo received the kickoff at the 40 and returned it to midfield, Brunetto, on a keeper, scampered to the 35 where she was tackled by senior Courtney Stone. Fine flags by Allie Rosenthal and McKeon gave the seniors possession at their own 40.
Junior Jen Woodbury came through with a few fine flags to prevent further senior aggression. Senior Sue Phillips punted to Kendricks at the 26. Kendricks sliced to the right, her feet flew out from under her and she skid to the 30. Good defensive plays by seniors Liza Yannuzzi and Liz Windberry had the juniors backpedaling to their own 19. After
Powell moved the ball to the 30 on a fake punt, the seniors took over.
Yannuzzi caught McKeon’s pass at the 25, then another pass over the middle to Brendel put the ball on the juniors’ five when she was flagged by Valerie Wicks. McKeon dropped back to pass, but Richards intercepted the ball at the five and flew down the right side line until she was flagged by McKeon at midfield with less than a minute remaining in the game.
The juniors tried nohuddle plays but the experienced senior defense held fast, then Rosenthal flagged the final junior runner as time ran out. The 1998 senior girls finished their powder puff career undefeated since they stunned the 1997 seniors, 60, on a touchdown by Shutts.
Blue Devil Juniors 0 0 0 0 0 Blue Devil Seniors 0 8 0 0 8
AllCounty Boys Cross Country: First Team: Gordon Kaslusky (Westfield)
Second Team: Josh Ricca, Jim L’Heureux and Nick Klastava (Scotch PlainsFanwood); Chris Driscoll (Westfield)
Third Team: Matt Borchin and Pete Anzelone (Westfield); Bob Wallden (Scotch PlainsFanwood)
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Blue Devils Sweep AllCounty Tennis
The Westfield High School girls tennis team swept all five flights in the selections for First Team AllUnion County. As a team the Blue Devils finished with a 134 record, defeated every Union County opponent and took first in every flight at the Union County Tournament.
Senior Jen Matro has been selected as the Union County Player of the Year. Matro started at first singles three years in a row for the Blue Devils and won her second straight Union County Title this year.
Scotch PlainsFanwood junior Carolyn Pilkington at first singles and senior Diegi Notoane at second singles were selected to the Second Team AllUnion County list. Mountainside native Alison Kobel was named to the third team list at third singles.
FIRST TEAM: 1st Singles – Jen Matro (W)
2nd Singles – Becky Matro (W)
3rd Singles – Ilka Netravali (W)
1st Doubles – Katie Richards and Maggie Wei (W)
2nd Doubles – Lisa Gorbaty and Rebecca Goldberg (W)
SECOND TEAM: 1st Singles – Carolyn Pilkington (SPF)
2nd Singles – Diegi Notoane (SPF)
3rd Singles – Tina Kaufmann (Summit)
1st Doubles – Jessica Arnold and Emily Gamble (Summit)
2nd Doubles – Julie Krell and Liz Bomgaars (Summit)
THIRD TEAM: 1st Singles – Leigh Slonaker (Oak Knoll)
2nd Singles – Erin Arnold (Summit)
3rd Singles – Alison Kobel (Governor Livingston)
1st Doubles – Jen Calabrese and Rhonda Barkan (Governor Livingston)
2nd Doubles – Lindsay Goward and Suzi Gottdenker (Kent Place)
David B. Corbin for The Leader and The Times FINDING THE HOLE… Junior Marina Powell spots an opening and makes a huge gain.
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times CALLING OUT THE SIGNALS… Junior quarterback Katie Brunetto calls out the signals loudly so her line can hear. The junior girls put up a good fight; however, the senior girls won the roughtough Powder Puff Football Game, 80.
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times REGROUPING ON DEFENSE… The Blue Devil defenseman Greg Jackson, No. 76, awaits instructions from the sidelines during the fourth quarter against the Cardinals. Matt Krug, No. 56, Joe Petrucelli, No. 66, and Jon Greenstein, No. 45, move toward their positions. See additional picture on page 18.
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