A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains – Fanwood Thursday, August 12, 1999 Page 11
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Quick Reacts Abruptly; Scoots by Ferrara’s, 5-4
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single over second and Gosdick zipped an RBI double past first.
The suddenness shocked Ferrara’s and only Rob Tumolo
could respond with a single in the seventh. Piscopo did respond, however, by recording all three putouts in the bottom of the seventh.
Piscopo got Ferrara’s “metal sticks” electrified in the eighth with a leadoff single to right. Petersen sizzled a ground single over third, then both Piscopo and Petersen tagged up and advanced on Pat O’Sullivan’s fly out to left. Mike Whalen stepped up and whacked a two-run single to center, then the score narrowed to 5-4 when Paul O’Sullivan’s single to left was bobbled, allowing Whalen to score.
In the ninth, Dave Serido was on first with one out. Tumolo’s steaming grounder to short was grabbed by Mike Juchnik who then stepped on second for the force and fired to first to end the game.
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B DIVISION SEMIS: D & L Locksmith 19, Flanagans 3 (game three)
B DIVISION FINALS: D & L Locksmith (#1 seed) vs Depth Chargers (#2 seed)
Swimming Blue Marlins Top Springfield, Cedar Grove
The Westfield Memorial Pool Marlins “Blue” Team wrapped up their 16th consecutive undefeated season in the North Jersey Summer Swim League with wins over Springfield, 310-132, and Cedar Grove, 275-168.
Jackie DeLaFuente (11-12) remained undefeated in her specialty, breaststroke, and set another new team record in that event. Tori Maffey (13-14) established a new mark in the backstroke, while Vincent Shen (13-14), broke the individual medley mark, as did Sam Gurdus (11-12). Gurdus also finished the season undefeated in all his individual events as he took six first places over the last two meets.
Nada Simaika (11-12) and Christopher DeLaFuente (U8) also scored the maximum of six wins in those meets. J. J. Sobala (13-14), Devan Giordano (U8), and Kim Morawski (9-10) were fiveevent winners.
Maffey was one of four quadruple winners along with Colby Fagin and Kyle McCloskey (15-17) and Dan Chabanov (11-12). Triple winners for the Marlins included Shen and DeLaFuente as well as U8 Max Blum, (9-10) Katie Tutela, Erick Hoens and GordonPeeler, and(11-12)BryanPower, Sophie Hall and Pam Wilson.
The team had several double winners: U8 Joe Cataldo and Emma Molloy, (910) Elizabeth Hawkins, (13-14) Emily Barnes and John Chiesa, and (15-17) Adrienne Coppa, Chrissy Schwebel and ChrissyRomano. U8MattMeserole,(1314) Zack Coppa, Ryan Bartholomew and Megan Beck; (15-17) Brian O’Neill, and (11-12) Lisa Rauch each won a single individual event in one of the meets.
Relay winners were: (9-10) Thomas Fringer, Danny Selert, Matt Green, Meghan Higgins and Jeanine Clark; (1112) Patrick Daurio, Kirsten Selert, Jen Kujawski and Michelle Morawski; and (13-14) Greg Matthews.
Adding second and third-place points were: U8 Erin Cahill, Kyle Higgins, Kate Heffernan,Kim Kleisch,JonBrucia,Jack Molloy and Chris Jenkins; (9-10) Megan Rauch and Sean Hager; (11-12) Danielle Heffernan, Lauren Winchester, Kelly Peeler, Kyle Murray, Timmy Dohm, Ben Holt and Dan McGrory; (13-14) Josh Schoenfeld, Liz Joyce and Gianna Guasconi;and (15-17)TyneDuffy,Alexis Slater and Devin Power.
Other swimmers who participated in the winning efforts were Megan Hager, Kathleen O’Neill, Josie Reinhardt, Kelly O’Neill and Jon Holt.
The Marlins swept the six-year old freestyle events with wins by Rebecca DeLaFuente and Jack Molloy. Annie O’Neill (9-10) took the freestyle and Caroline Fallon won the butterfly. Callie Meserole (11-12) took the breaststroke and Robbie Eckman (15-17) won the butterfly.
Other second or third place finishers were: U8 Catherine Green, Michelle Morawski, Sean Clark, Mike Abbatista, Mary Kate Manganello, Mike Fietkiewicz, Patrick Fringer, Alexandra Hawkins, Brendan McMahon and Joe Greenspan; (9-10) Mary Mahoney, Shanna Quackenbush, Logan Streit, Kari LoBrutto, Evan Vanarelli, Haley Mustard, ThomasFringer,ArielleMagnanini, Danny Nuber, Matt Blutfield, Kelly Dohm, Kyle Gibbons and Gus Gibbons; (11-12) Jackie LeBlanc, Mallory Brockway, Terry Juba, Alison Weingarten, Jen Metz, Kory SinghBaba, Danielle Partenope and Steve Markowski; (13-14) Josh Schoenfeld, Brittany Avena, Keith McCloskey, Katie McDonough, Matt Schoenfeld, Chris Heinen,Liz MorassoandRachelFalcone; and(15-17) TyneDuffy,BethanyDresely, Terri Gibbons and Kristen Ostrega.
WESTFIELD AMERICAN 8’S…Pictured, left to right, are: bottom row, Michael Kent, Brett DeFazio, Michael Forgash, Dean Thompson and Danny Sullivan; middle row, Matthew Reiss, Brendan Burgdorf, Michael Lessner, Kyle Wright, Todd Saunders, Jacob Fox and Michael Carpetto; back row, Assistant Coach Steven Reiss, Head Coach Geoffrey Kent and Assistant Coaches Bob Saunders and John Patterson.
Westfield Americans Take Second in Raritan Tourney
The Westfield Americans 8-year old baseball team was edged by powerful Readington, 8-7, in the championship game of the Raritan Valley Baseball League held on July 31 in Warren.
Westfield quickly broke out on top scoring six runs in the first inning. With one out, Michael Carpetto singled then took second on a wild pitch. Brandan Burgdorf singled sending Carpetto to third. Todd Saunders singled in Carpetto. Michael Forgash drilled an RBI double. Michael Kent knocked an RBI single, then Dean Thompsonthumped atwo-rundouble.With two outs, Matthew Reiss doubled in Thompson to cap the score at 6-0.
Saunders pitched brilliantly over the first three inning, allowing one run on just three hits. Readington, with a record of 27-0, began to chip away at the Westfield lead, scoring two runs in the fourth and four more in the fifth to take a 7-6 lead.
Westfield rallied in the top of the sixth to tie score at seven, but Readington promptly scored in the bottom of the sixth to win the championship.
The exciting finish capped a very successful season for the Westfield Americans who posted a 12-7 record overall including a second-place in the Kenilworth Tournament.
Westfield 12’s Win Kenilworth Tourney
The Westfield 12 year-old baseball team participated in the Kenilworth Invitational Tournament from July 30 to August 1 and came home with smiling faces and first-place trophies.
Westfield defeated Garwood and Roselle Park on great pitching assignments from Sam Kim and Chris Adams and impeccable defense from Andrew Skoller at third base, James Arbes at short and Michael Oliff behind the plate.
The Championship game against Kenilworth was filled with questionable calls, but the situation served only to inspire Westfield to persevere. Down 8-5 the boys had intelligent at-bats taking advantage of the pitcher’s lack of control, and with aggressive coaching and base-running, Westfield carried a 10-8 lead into the final inning. Kenilworth filled the bases and reduced the lead to just one run but David Rimkus playing, second base, secured the last out on a force grounder.
Nomahegan Upsets Willow Grove
The Nomahegan swim club upset Willow Grove, 278-251, in its third outing of the Union County Outdoor Swim League season. The exciting meet, hostedbyWillow GroveinScotchPlains, had several close finishes, but Nomahegan prevailed.
The Nomahegan girls saw three firstplace finishes by Emily Bregman, Heather Lane and Brooke Smith. The boys team had standout performances by three-time first-place winners Matt Morgan and Sam Blum, and two-time blue ribbon finisher Mike Smith. Strong relay teams sealed the victory for Nomahegan. Nomahegan head coach Mike Schwabel shared a victory dunk with his assistant coaches to celebrate the Nomahegan win.
WTA Mixed Doubles Tennis Ladder Told:
Below are the standings of the WTA Mixed Doubles Ladder based on matches played through August 8. Teams not recording a match during this reporting period have been dropped three positions on the ladder. Current season to date match count totals for all teams are indicated in parenthesis. Teams must completeeightmatchesby LaborDaytoqualify for the season ending tournament.
The next reporting period will end Sunday, August 22. Members should call the WTA reporting line at (908) 3170001 to report all match results. Mixed Doubles matches played as well as other updatedinformation canbeobtainedfrom the WTA Web site: www.westfieldnj.com/wta
1. Shineman/Shineman (10) 2. Britt/Britt (8) 3. Bender/Bender (14) 4. Buckman/Augis (4) 5. Karnish/Karnish(8) 6. Page/Aliche (7) 7. Myers/Darmanin (9) 8. Mitchell/Mitchell (5) 9. Veres/Veres (7) 10.Freundlich/Freundlich(2) 11.Bernstein/Bernstein(8) 12. Thompson/Klingerhoffer (5) 13. Hudelson/Zurlo (1) 14. Clevenger/Clevenger (2) 15.Brown/Brown(5)
WTA Women’s Singles Tennis Ladder Told:
The following standings of the Westfield Tennis Association Women’s Singles Ladder reflect 38 matches played through August 8. Numbers in parentheses beside each name indicate matches played so far. Thirty-three players have achieved eight or more matches thus far, promising challenging playoffs this year. Players can access weekly updated standings on WTA’s Web site: www.westfieldnj.com/wtabyclickingon Women’s Singles (under Ladders), then Standings, then Recent.
The next reporting period will conclude at 8 p.m. Sunday, August 22. Due to increased ladder play, match scores shouldbereported within24hours(weekend scores by Sunday evening) to Jean Power at (908) 654-7418.
1. Clara Karnish (10) 26.TiiuGennert(9) 2. Cindy Fechter (17) 27.A.MacRitchie(12) 3. Vanessa Barber(18)28.KathyO’Neill(18) 4. Karen Dorne (12) 29.D.Gelinne(12) 5. Wendi Cohen (13) 30.DianeFleming(5) 6. Sherri Bender (18)31.LeslieStreit(6) 7. Joann Purdy (15) 32.L.Coleman(1) 8. Jean Power (9) 33.JanVelasco(9) 9. H. Wasserman (19)34. C. Smillie (11) 10. A. Lowenstein (15)35. Shari Koll (4) 11. Anna Murray (5) 36.N.Freundlich(14) 12. Carla Molowa (16) 37. E. Mitchell (7) 13. CherylBuckman (4)38.CarolGross(4) 14. JodyWeisman(12) 39.D.Barabas(6) 15. JaniceHonymar(11) 40.DianeEvans(8) 16. M. Gundrum (10) 41.LizFischer(12) 17. Terry Macri (13) 42.HelenLeong(11) 18. Michele Fine (13) 43. S. Minken (8) 19. Pat Page (9) 44.A.Colucci(11) 20. Evelyn Matino (7) 45.ClareMinick(4) 21. Kristen Kolek (17) 46.T.Tamborlane(4) 22. Karen Fried (4) 47.DianaEdkins(1) 23. Lisa Mikovits (10) 48. S. Gordon (2) 24. Janet Cornell (16) 49.JeanieArida(0) 25. Ellen Smith (11) 50.LaurenFalk(0)
WTA Men’s Singles Tennis Ladder Told:
The WTA Mens singles standings for the period ending August 8 are listed below. Twenty-one matches were played A tiered tournament ladder is planned for the post labor day playoffs. Ladder participants are encouraged to play/and/ or challenge members who need the magic eight matches to qualify. The second to last reporting period ends August 22. Total matches played season-to-date are listed in parenthesis. Please Call match results into Frank DeSantis at (908) 317-0001*1.
1. Vince Camuto (17) 18.BillWilhelm(9) 2. Chris Camuto (6) 19.SteveSatkin(12) 3. GaryWasserman(9)20.PeterSharpe(1) 4. Robert Errazo(9) 21.AndyRoss(10) 5. Mike Gonella (10) 22. Alan Lo (3) 6. Randi Piesco (13) 23.RossErrazo(7) 7. Steve Parker(7) 24.JonGazdak(4) 8. Jason Sprung (6) 25.CharlesCarl(3) 9. FrankDeSantis(12) 26.H.Coleman(1) 10. Mike McGlynn (11)27. Ted Moss (3) 11. John Mancini (11) 28. Alan Chou (3) 12. RussFinestein(12) 29.BobKoleski(2) 13. Alan Yu(2) 30.A.Buecklers(2) 14. Simon Lee (7) 31. Peter Yu (1) 15. Dave Leiz(3) 32.AdamHecht(1) 16. Gary Yee (7) 33.JimBender(1) 17. Jim Oslislo (6) * Robert Bilotti
*. Joe Donnolo
Willow Grove Out-Swims Westfield White Marlins
The Westfield Memorial Pool Marlins “White” Team closed out its dual meet season, falling to Willow Grove, 336200. Stephame Albright (U8) won all three of her events then teamed with Lauren Farrell, Melissa Gallagher and Julia Partenope to win medley relay. Farrell also won the freestyle.
Nikki LeBlanc and Becky Fallon (1314) each won two events. The girls joined with Jen Juba and Cassie Lo to win their relay later in the meet.
Nomahegan Sinks Westfield B Team
Nomahegan Swim Club defeated the Westfield Memorial B Team with a score of 300-176 in its first home meet of the season on July 14. Pool records fell in three events as energized Nomahegan swimmerscheeredfortheir teammates.
Sam Blum won the boys 9-10 100yard with a record breaking 1:28:24. Luke Baran had an impressive finish in the boys 9-10 25-yard butterfly for a new pool record of 17:42. The boys 910 100-yard free relay record was smashed by team members Blum, Matt Boyle, Baran, and Joey Simone with a time of 1:08:30.
Outstandingperformanceswiththree first place finishes went to Kerry Hart and Kelli Layton for the girls, and Chris Dugan and Blum for the boys. Double first place winners were Emily Bregman, Jessica Schor, Katie Morgan, Amanda Dickson, Evan Scher, and Brian Hart.
In his second year as head coach, Nomahegan’s Mike Schwabel said, “I’m very proud of all of the swimmers hard work.”
WTA Men’s Doubles Tennis Ladder Told:
The most matches played yet in a marking period indicates that quite a few teams are heading for the tournament. The end of the next marking period is Sunday, August 22. Each team needs to have played eight matches to qualify for the end of season tournament which will start after Labor Day. Please call Joe Gazdak at (908) 317-0001 to report scores. The rankings on the ladder as of August 8 and the number of matches played is:
1. Oslislo/Mancini 5 2. Ritter/Shendell 5 3. Piesco/Pinto 1 4. Shineman/Shineman 5 5. Gonnella/Wilhelm 13 6. Satkin/Finestein 7 7. Dreyer/Matthews 9 8. Daaleman/Daaleman 5 9. Gazdak/Bender 7 10.DeSantis/Kolesik5 11. Weingarten/Lo 1
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CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED MARCH 12, 1998 FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES.
Byvirtueofthe above-statedwritofexecutionto medirectedIshall exposeforsaleby public vendue,onthe6th FlooroftheUnion CountyCourtHouse (Tower)2BroadStreet, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY THE 1ST DAY OF SEPTEMBER A.D., 1999 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 $112,967.53. The property to be sold is located in the TOWN of WESTFIELD in the County of UNION, and the State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 226 MARYLAND STREET, WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY 07090.
Tax Lot No. 5 in Block No. 566. Dimensionsof theLotare(Approximately) 150.00 feet wide by 50.00 feet long.
Nearest Cross Street: Situated on the SOUTHEASTERLY side of MARYLAND STREET, 250.00 feet from the NORTHEASTERLY side of BOYNTON AVENUE.
There is due approximately the sum of $117,747.90 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.
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POUNDING A SINGLE TO RIGHT…Nick Piscopo of Ferrara’s Auto Center pounds a single to right in the eighth inning against J. M. Quick.
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THE FIRST OF FOUR HITS…J. M. Quick hitter Mike Parkhill smashes the first of his four hits that he had against Ferrara’s Auto Center on August 3 at Brookside Park in Scotch Plains.
KENILWORTH TOURNAMENT CHAMPS…The Westfield 12-year old baseball team won the Kenilworth Invitational Tournament on July 30 to August 1. Pictured, left to right, are: front row, Andrew Skoller, James Arbes, Bill Hearon, Chris Adams, Matt Stratton and David Rimkus; middle row, Bryan Power, Diego Betancourt, Michael Oliff and Sam Kim; back row, coaches Bob Hearon, Rich Skoller, Bruce Adams, Joe Della Verde and Mark Cleere.
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