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FEBRUARY 6: ROSELLE PARK 61, NEW PROVIDENCE 15
The Panthers won convincingly but sodid statecontenderDonnieDeFilippis over state contender Craig Frost at 140. 103: — DAN APPELLO (RP) p. Mike Fellinger, 3:27 112: — Lou Panetta (RP) p. Justin Meininger, 4:36 119: —RoryAdams(RP) p.GregDeMeo,:48 125: — PETE PARADISE (NP) p. Travis Meadows, 2:41 130:—BRYAN GARRISON(RP)p.Greg Buttitta, 1:26 135: — Bob Appello (RP) d. Chris Dowling, 11-5 140: — DONNIE DEFILIPPIS (NP) D. CRAIG FROST, 11-6 145: — Garry Taluba (RP) won by forfeit 152:—Shawn Kachnowski(RP)wonforfeit 160: — KEVIN KOLBECK (RP) p. Mike Hieber, 3:15 171: — DOUG SCHOENING (RP) md. Pete Holderied, 12-3 189: — Ron Fiorilli (NP) p. Jay Vargas, :52 215: — Nate Mooney (RP) won by forfeit Hwt: — MIKE MUNOZ (RP) p. Sergio Duarte, :47
FEBRUARY 8: (Key Bouts) UNION 75, NEWARK EAST SIDE 3
The Farmers came to within two bout points of making a clean sweep of the Red Raiders. 119: — Augusto Pinto (N) d. Mike Yannell, 12-11 125: — Graham Markel (U) p. Alex Mendez, 2:20
130: — Marcus Hayward (U) p. Luis DosSantos, 2:28 135: — Russ Anthony (U) p. Giovanni Merchena, 5:57 140:—RobertMann (U)d.DarwinNicholas, 11-6 145: —JustinFinnerty(U) p.JoseCano,:15 152: — Anthony Alves (U) p. Clarence Wright, :38 160: — Alex Iwanku (U) p. Tiego Ferreirra, 2:58 171: — Barry Stein (U) p. Mohamed Ismail, :23
LINDEN 48, ROSELLE CATHOLIC 27 The Tigers won the cat fight over the Lions. 103: — Steve Dinardo (RC) p. Suraj Parekh, 1:16 119: — Rick Bachmann (L) p. Dan Rapczyk, 3:15 125: — Sean O’Connell (L) md. Tony Edigio, 12-2 130: — Steve Catone (RC) p. Louve Legrand, 4:31 135: — Eric Forstenhauser (L) p. Dennis Artz, :12 140: — Don Gonzales, (RC) p. James Wade, 1:32 145: — Shawn Colvin (L) p. Mike Demcovitz, 3:11 160: — Steve Kohutic (L) p. Brendan Loadhole, 1:00 171: —AnthonyBelin(L) tf.DanPena,194, 6:00 189: — Mike Lordi (L) d. Joe Lapelusa, 9-4
Westfield “Y” Boys Finish Swim Season Undefeated
The Westfield “Y” Boys swim team capped an unbeaten season with a win over the Madison “Y” recently.
“We had a pretty good idea going into themeetthatwe wouldwin,”HeadCoach Sean Farrell reported. “We were, however, able to achieve a couple new East Field qualifying times. The Divisional Championships, East Field and “Y” State Championships are where we have been focusing our swimmers and I expect them to do well there.”
Devilfish Mike Fragna started Westfield off towards its win with a first in the individual medley for the 9-10’s with a time of 1:26.70. Kevin Smith placed second with 1:29.68. Ryan Sharkey touched second for the 11-12’s with 3:15.95 and Eric Schafer was third with 3:18.79. For the 13-14’s, John Cottage out-swam the pool with a time of 2:42.20. RobbieEckman wassecondwith2:50.47.
In freestyle, Tristan Murray touched first with 1:20.11 for his 100-yard event and Nick Colucci was third with 1:29.53. Ryan Bartholomew added another win with 1:02.18 for the 11-12’s and David Reinhardt was third with 1:08.21. In the 200-yard event for the 13-14’s, Greg Matthews placed first with 2:12.28 and Sean Baran second with 2:15.90.
Max Blum swam to a second place for the Devilfish in the 8-under breaststroke race with 26.43. Chris Jenkins touched third with 30.50. Westfield had all three places in the 9-10’s as Luke Baran was first with 45.24, Colucci second with 45.77 and Smith third with 46.97. Dan Chabanov added a second for his team with 40.27 for the 11-12’s. Schafer was third. In the 13-14’s, J. J. Sobala swam to a first with 1:13.44.
In backstroke, 8-under Matt Meserole swam in first with 22.93. Alex Greenspan was second with 24.02. Fragna contributed another blue with his time of 37.71 for the 9-10’s with Luke Baran close behind with 37.90. Tim Kolenut touched second in the 11-12 event with 36.48. The Devilfish won all three lanes in the 13-14 event, with Matthews first with 1:12.41, Sean O’Neill second with 1:14.03 and Keith McClosky third with 1:23.09.
Greenspan led the Devilfish 8-unders in butterfly with a second place finish of 24.17. Matt Haddad was third. Westfield had winners in the remaining butterfly events as (9-10) Kyle Murray had 45.07, (11-12) Bartholomew had 34.96 and (1314) Sean Baran had 1:14.57.
With a comfortable lead heading into the relays, the 8-under team of Jonathon
Hwt: — BrianMoore(RC) d.SeanGarris,3-2 FEBRUARY 9: BOUND BROOK 58, A. L. JOHNSON 9
The Brook Crusaders laid waste to the Johnson Crusaders and upped their record to 19-0. 103: — James Coler (J) d. John Caemmerer, 11-5 112: — Brad Oaleta (B) d. Tom McDermott, 7-1 119: — Azieo Madrid (B) p. Jason Best, 1:56 125: — Jason Hirth (J) d. Tom Lee, 21-15 130: — Jon Rodriguez (B) tf. Ryan Best, 19-3, 4:21 135:—KenRodriguez (B)tf.MarkMiller, 20-1, 3:48 145: —RyanMcNair(B) p.EdNowak,2:26 152: — Derek Michalowski (B) d. TODD DEWITT, 5-3 171: — MIKE MERGOTT (J) d. Rich Jannuzzi, 6-2 189: — Andrey Sharapov (B) p. Bill Harris, :51 215: — Alesksey Sharapov (B) p. Matt Bobertz, :09
FEBRUARY 10: ROSELLE PARK 61, GOVERNOR LIVINGSTON 13
The Panthers upped their record to 131. Panther Kevin Kolbeck edged Highlander Tim Marcantonio, 9-8, in a showdown of two quality wrestlers. 119: — BRETT VANDERVEER (GL) md. Rory Adams, 10-1 125: — Travis Meadows (RP) p. Kevin Nadrowski, 3:54
130:—BRYAN GARRISON(RP)wonby injury default over John Regenye, 2:20 135: — Bob Appello (RP) p. Andy O’Dowd, 3:11 145: — KRIS LECOMTE (GL) d. Garry Taluba, 3-1 152: — Shawn Kachnowski (RP) p. Mike Meyer, 1:18 160: — KEVIN KOLBECK (RP) D. TIM MARCANTONIO, 9-8 171: — DOUG SCHOENING (RP) md. Mike Farrell, 12-0 189: —FredWilliams(GL) p.JayVargas,4:25 215:—NateMooney(RP)p.TomRobina,5:38
MANVILLE 45, NEW PROVIDENCE 27 The Mustangs stampeded over the Pioneers. 103: — Ed Mathewson (M) d. Mike Fellinger, 6-3 112: — Kurt Tenisci (M) p. Justin Meininger, 1:20 119: —JohnShubicki(M) p.GregDeMeo,:31 125: — PETE PARADISE (NP) p. Jason Perone, 6:35 OT 130: — Pat Gorbatuck (M) d. Greg Buttitta, 8-2 135: — Mike Marcowitch (M) Chris Dowling, 6-0 140: —LarrySena(M) p.AndyNehoff,1:56 145:—DONNIE DEFILIPPIS(NP)p.Tony Giraldi, :54 152: — Dave Markowitch (M) p. Jeff Merrill, 2:37 160:—DrewCorsilli (M)MikeHeiber,1:12 171: — Dan Doughtery (NP) d. Justin Wilks, 15-13 215: — Austin Walinchus (M) p. Pete Holderied, 1:41 Hwt: — Surgio Duarte (NP) p. Mike Kelman, :50
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TURNING THE TABLES…Johnson Crusader Mike Mergott, top, begins to get control of Roselle Park Panther Doug Schoening in the 171-lb. semis. Mergott won 8-1 and avenged an earlier one-point loss in a dual meet.
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SETTING UP A TILT NEARFALL…Raider Tony Melendez, top, has control of Cougar Rob Verhoeven’s arm and prepares to crowbar him toward his back to pick up back points. Melendez picked up many back points. COMING ON STRONG…Blue Devils Matt O’Neill, No. 5, and Josh Falcone,
No. 3, go on a Toms River North in Westfield’s 7-3 win over the Mariners on February 10 at Warinanco Arena in Elizabeth. The Blue Devils have been coming on strong.
TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on
MARCH 4, 1999 at 7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Building, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains,NewJersey, theScotchPlainsZoning Board of Adjustment will hold a public hearing to consider the following appeal(s) forvariances:
LAPID-LAUREL, LLCt/aMagnoliaGardens for permission to construct and operate an assisted-living and skilled nursing care facility, a prohibited use in the R-1 Zone,at thepropertieslocatedat 1290and 1310 MARTINE AVENUE (BLOCK NO. 11905, LOT NOS. 13 AND 14), Scotch Plains. This proposal requires variances from the following sections of the Zoning Ordinance:
Section 23-3.5 whereby assisted living andskillednursing carefacilitiesareprohibited in the R-1 Zone requiring a Use Variance.
Section 23-3.5 whereby free-standing signs are prohibited in the R-1 Zone requiring a Use Variance.
Section 23-2.313wherebyoff-streetparkingisprohibitedwithin thefront-yardareain all zones. Proposed: 17 parking spaces in the front-yard area requiring a Variance.
Section23-2.3(O) wherebyafencehigher than4 feetisprohibitedin thefrontyardarea in allzones.Proposed:a 6foothighdecorative masonryscreeningwallapproximately 105 feet long with two sides approximately 20feetand 25feetlongin thefrontyardarea to shield front yard parking. This requires a variance.
The Applicant is also requesting preliminary and final Site Plan approval for this project together with any and all design waiversorvariances whichmaybedeemed necessary, includingthoseassociatedwith the ResidentialSiteImprovementStandards (NJAC 5:21).
Allinterestedpersons maybepresentand beheard.
The file pertaining to this application is in the Office of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, 430 Park Avenue, 2nd Floor, Scotch Plains,andis availableforpublicinspection during regular office hours.
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Scotch Plains Sr. Basketball Results
(All players over 50) FEBRUARY 7: Ft Monmouth Engineers 2, Westfield Pearls 0
TwoRiverTimes 45,ScotchPlains40 FEBRUARY 9: Cranford Cougars 40, Scotch Plains 31
Team Law 59, Westfield Pearls 36 FEBRUARY 10: Court Crew (Ocean) 2, Team Law 0
FEBRUARY 11: Team Law 56, North Plainfield 45
Ft MonmouthEngineers49,Scotch Plains 30
TEAM W-L Percentage Berkeley Heights 8-2 .800 Cranford Cougars 6-3 .667 Team Law 5-4 .555 Scotch Plains 4-5 .444 North Plainfield 4-5 .444 Westfield Pearls 4-6 .400 Areana Sports 0-9 .000
Scotch Plains saw its potential for another strong season go down the tubes with three losses during the week. The depleted team, led by 6’6” Joe Zailsky and 6’4” Richie Hoehl, were unable to match scoring assaults by the Two River Times of Red Bank and Cranford. Finally, the Ft. Monmouth Engineers brought with them 6’6” John Sasson, an accurate shooter around the hoop, and the former champions tasted defeat for the third time in the week.
The Cranford squad, meanwhile, lifted themselves back to their accustomed place near the top of the league behindBert BradyandKenSteinberg. Team Law missed an opportunity to win three during the week by failing to appear in Toms River, losing an important encounter with an injuryriddled Court Crew. In their wins against Westfield and North Plainfield, Dan Jayson’s three-point shooting and Al Eberhart’s low post play were the story.
The final two weeks of the season should provide some interesting positioning for the playoffs, with only Berkeley Heights and Areana Sports assured of their spots; the playoffs set to begin on March 2.
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Date Adopted:February11,1999 Public Notice is hereby given that the UnionCounty BoardofChosenFreeholders hasawarded acontractwithoutcompetitive biddingasa professionalserviceorextraordinary, unspecifiable service pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(a). This contract and the resolution authorizing it is available for public inspectionintheOffice oftheClerkof theBoard.
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GOING OVER STRATEGY…Blue Devil Head Coach Kevin Everly goes over a new strategy with his players during the third quarter of the game with the Raiders on February 12.
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Brucia, ChrisJenkins,AndresBetancourt and Andy Wieland added a first, as did the 9-10 team of Murray, Colucci, Baran and Fragna. The 11-12 team of Ryan Sharkey, Tim Kolenut, Brandon Cuba and Schafer came in second.
The final race of the meet was one more win for the Devilfish as O’Neill, Sobala, Arthur King and Keith McCloskey out-swam the competition.
SUPERIOR COURTOFNEWJERSEY, CHANCERYDIVISION,UNIONCOUNTY, DOCKET NO. F-6299-92.
ALASKASEABOARDPARTNERSLIMITED PARTNERSHIP, PLAINTIFF vs. JOSEPH PAULEUS, ET ALS, DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATEDSEPTEMBER 28,1998FORSALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES.
Byvirtueofthe above-statedwritofexecutionto medirectedIshall exposeforsaleby public vendue,onthe6th FlooroftheUnion CountyCourtHouse (Tower)2BroadStreet, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY THE 17TH DAY OF MARCH A.D., 1999 at two o’clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid availableincashor certifiedcheckatthe conclusion of the sales.
The judgment amount is $294,208.14. Allthatcertain landandpremisessituated in the City of Elizabeth, County of Union, StateofNew Jersey,beingmoreparticularly described as follows:
Lot:0954; Block:12onthe TaxMapofthe City of Elizabeth.
Approximate Dimensions: 150 feet x 46 feet x 150 feet x 46 feet.
Being more commonly known as: 1117 MaryStreet, Elizabeth,NewJersey07201.
There is due approximately the sum of $301,835.84 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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