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Raiders Wake Up, Roar Past Cougars, 407
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13 broke loose for a 36yard run to the Red Wing 44. Next, Reavis shot to the 28, but the drive was squashed with an interception at the five.
Early in the fourth, with 10: 50 remaining, Perez was wide open on the right side, grabbed the pass and pranced 38yards for the touchdown. The extra
Red Wings Capitalize; Chill Blue Devil Gridders, 337
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OCTOBER 5: A. L. Johnson over Rahway, 1618, 159, 157
The Indians were brave but could not dethrone the Crusaders in Rahway. Raquel Perez had 15 service points, 11 kills an four blocks for the Crusaders who upped their record to 60. The Indians slipped to 63.
Union Catholic over Dayton, 150, 152
The Vikings defanged the Bulldogs in Springfield. Stephanie Caceres notched five kills and two blocks while Kathy Babicz bopped 12 service points for the Vikings who jumped to 92.
OCTOBER 6: Westfield over Elizabeth, 1510, 154
The Blue Devils kept the momentum rolling in their favor with a big win over the Lady Minutemen in Westfield. Jen Dachowicz had 10 service points and five aces while Kelly Masterson notched four kills. Westfield rose to 73 while Elizabeth sagged to 62.
Cranford over Scotch PlainsFanwood, 157, 1510
After losing the first game, the Raider girls bounced back and even held the lead, 109, until the Cougars roared back for the win. Raider Thea LaVigne had three service points in game one and two in the second game while Laurie Slaugh had two service points in the first and combined with Michelle Bover for five in the second.
OCTOBER 7: Union Catholic over New Providence, 153, 152
The (102) Vikings laid waste to the Pioneers in Scotch Plains. Deena Zack notched six kills and Kathy Babicz had seven service points and four digs.
A. L. Johnson over Mother Seton, 154, 1512
The (80) Crusaders remain a major Union County force. Theresa Krawczyk chalked up 16 kills and Shannon Schissler and Raquel Perez added four kills each.
OCTOBER 8: Union Catholic over Westfield, 157, 156
Viking Deena Zack had eight service points, five kills and six digs and Rachel Seamon had nine service points and four digs. Blue Devil Samantha Bourque Treiff had five service points in the first game, including a run of four and teammate Sandy Rein totaled five service points.
Blue Devil Breigh Ann Menza had two service points in the second game. Vikings Stephanie Caceres had five service points, Kathy Babicz had four and Jackie Monroy had two service points in game two. Blue Devil Patty Oslislo had three kills.
Shabazz over Scotch PlainsFanwood, 1510, 159
Jada Jefferson had four blocks and nine kills for the (54) Bulldogs.
with 3: 50 left in the quarter, quarterback Schiller hit sophomore Andy Pavoni for the touchdown. Gillie’s kick was good and the Raiders gained the lead, 147.
The Raider defensive line continued to ice the Cougar offense throughout the second quarter, but the Raider offense was still a bit groggy. Four big penalties, a fumble and an interception prevented the Raiders from scoring. In the meantime, Raider junior David Larkin grabbed two interceptions before the half.
“We came off a big win with Westfield and came out flat. We played sloppy and had a lot of penalties,” said Raider Head Coach Steve Ciccotelli. “It scares you as a coach!”
Revived in the second half, the Raiders did the blood letting and extracted more than a 17th century physician. Doctor Jones became the point pushed the score to 337.
“Dortch and Perez are two of the best runners around. When they are in the open field, they are out of control,” pointed out Tranchina.
MacDonald took over at quarterback and mounted a final but impressive march to the Red Wing 16. Unfortunately, another interception quelled the campaign.
The Blue Devils had 267 total yards, 210 rushing and 67 passing. The Red Wings finished with 352 total yards. Giacone rushed for 68 yards and completed three passes for 67 yards. Reavis rushed for 21 yards, Tuohy led the Blue Devils with 79 yards on 13 carries and Terrence Jenkins had 17 yards. MacDonald had two carries for 12 yards, Pedro Ruiz had one carry for nine yards and Brian Ludlam had two carries for four yards.
Hoboken 12 8 6 7 33 Westfield 7 0 0 0 7
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chief surgeon and cut with precision for three touchdowns in the third quarter. First, his twoyard cut into the endzone and Gillie’s kick pumped the lead to 217. Next, Jones sliced 17 yards to up the score to 277, then he anesthetized the Cougars with a 51yard breeze into the endzone.
Jones rested in the fourth quarter, but junior halfback Clifton Freshwater took over and startled the Cougars with a 46yard touchdown run to finalize the scoring.
“The Cranford coach had his kids ready to play,” said Ciccotelli. “They changed their defense in order to stop us, but we made some adjustments in the second half to compensate.”
The Raiders boosted their record to 40 and will travel to Linden on October 16 to play the 40 Tigers.
Sc PlainsFanwood 14 0 20 6 40 Cranford 7 0 0 0 7
PUBLIC NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F156799.
HOMESIDE LENDING, INC., PLAINTIFF vs. LAWRENCE PERKINS AND MRS. LAWRENCE PERKINS, HIS WIFE, ET ALS., DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED JUNE 29, 1999 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 3RD DAY OF NOVEMBER 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 $26,168.89. The property to be sold is located in the CITY of ELIZABETH in the County of UNION, and the State of New Jersey. Tax LOT NO. 1472 BLOCK NO. 8 (WARD NO. 8 ACCT. NO. 1472).
COMMONLY KNOWN AS 1017 OLIVE STREET, ELIZABETH, NEW JERSEY 07202.
Dimensions of the Lot are (Approximately) 100.00 feet wide by 25.00 feet long.
Nearest Cross Street: Situated on the NORTHEASTERLY side of OLIVE STREET, 200.00 feet from the NORTHWESTERLY side of SPRING STREET.
There is due approximately the sum of $27,024.14 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 SHAPIRO & KREISMAN, Attorneys Suite J 406 Lippincott Drive Marlton, New Jersey 08053 CH754651 (WL) 4 T 10/ 7, 10/ 14, 10/ 21 & 10/ 28/ 99 Fee: $177.48
PUBLIC NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F1583298.
BANK UNITED, PLAINTIFF vs. HERMENEGILDO D. PEDROSA, ET ALS, DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED FEBRUARY 10, 1999 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 20TH DAY OF OCTOBER 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 $123,916.19. MUNICIPALITY: City of Elizabeth. COUNTY AND STATE: UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY.
STREET AND STREET NUMBER: 756 Floral Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 07202.
TAX LOT AND BLOCK NUMBERS: LOT NO. 676 BLOCK NO. 10.
DIMENSIONS: Approximately 100 feet x 40 feet x 100 feet x 40 feet.
NEAREST CROSS STREET: 567.24 feet from Springfield Avenue.
There is due approximately the sum of $127,291.33 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 HACK, PIRO, O’DAY, MERKLINGER, WALLACE & MCKENNA, Attorney 30 Columbia Turnpike P. O. Box 941 Florham Park, New Jersey 079320941 CH754619 (WL) 4 T 9/ 23, 9/ 30, 10/ 7 & 10/ 14/ 99 Fee: $169.32
Local Area High School Volleyball Results:
DEOLIVIERA STRIKES FOR TWO
U. C. Viking Boys Skin Soccer Spartans, 42
The Union Catholic High School boys soccer team got back on the winning track with a 42 triumph over Immaculata in Scotch Plains on October 5. Junior forward Mark DeOliviera led the plundering with two first half goals.
DeOliviera notched his first goal 3: 22 into the game unassisted. Back came the Spartans 10 minutes later when John Geuthrow netted an unassisted goal. DeOliviera’s second goal rippled the net 18: 19 into the game off an assist from Marco Hordynsky.
Later, with 13: 00, left in the half, Hordynsky, on an assist from Mike Gudzy, fired a shot into the net to
give the Vikings a 31 lead. Nearly nine minutes later, Andre Tobar took a pass from DeOliviera and zipped it over the goal to push the score to 41 at the half.
With 11 minutes remaining in the game, Spartan James Granger scored on a penalty kick. Both teams had 11 shots on goal. Viking starting goalie John Rakowski had four saves and finishing keeper Jon DaSilva had five. Spartan keeper Tyler Sweat had seven saves. Union Catholic improved to 43 while Immaculata sagged to 331.
Immaculata 1 1 2 Union Catholic 4 0 4
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Local Area High School Girls Soccer Results: OCTOBER 5: Westfield 4, Chatham 1
Senior TriCaptain Donna Schaller netted two goals and assisted on another as the 20thranked Blue Devils chilled Chatham. Senior Kristen Salmond blasted in a goal and had an assist and Sue Williams added a goal.
Alex Lee had two assists and junior keeper Michelle Meglaughlin had 10 saves for the Blue Devils who lifted their record to 503. Ashley Kramer recorded the only goal for Chatham which fell to 62.
Union Catholic 1, Immaculata 0
An accurate corner kick from Michelle Iden enabled Jessica Ballweg the opportunity to bang a header into the net 1: 24 into the second overtime to give the Vikings the win. Keeper Lisa Henderson had two saves for the Vikings who jumped to 511. The Spartans fell to 42.
Governor Livingston 3, Roselle Catholic 0
The Highlanders starved the Lions with a shutout while sophomore Jenell Crincoli nailed two goals and Karen Granholm banged in one. Alaine Clemente had seven saves. The Lions dropped to 16 while the Highlanders climbed to 35.
New Providence 4, North Plainfield 0
The Pioneers have become a force in the Mountain Valley Conference, upping their record to 601. Vonelle Allocco flashed in two goals.
North Plainfield (15) 0 0 0 New Providence 3 1 4
OCTOBER 6: Westfield 9, Elizabeth 0
The Blue Devils did not waste a second in the second half with the Lady
Minutemen in Elizabeth. After a 20 half time lead, senior Kristen Salmond netted three goals.
Val Griffeth and Sue Williams had two goals each and Donna Schaller and Alex Lee fired in one apiece for the Blue Devils who elevated their record to 603. Elizabeth evened at 33.
Westfield 2 7 9 Elizabeth 0 0 0
Cranford 10, Newark East Side 0
The 16thranked Cougars showed no mercy on the 17 Red Raiders in Cranford. Sue Flamini netted a hat trick and Erica Stewart fired in two goals and added an assist. The 501 Cougars did not allow even one shot on goal.
OCTOBER 7: Union Catholic 3, Governor Livingston 0
Rebecca Babicz, Phyllis Lapelusa and Michelle Iden scored goals for the 611 Vikings. The Highlanders dropped to 34.
OCTOBER 8: Scotch PlainsFanwood 1, Bayonne 0
Raider Eryn Bushinger, on an assist from Hana Pardon, undulated the net eight minutes into the game with the Bees. Jen Doyle had two saves for the Raiders who improved to 44.
Sc PlainsFanwood 1 0 1 Bayonne (541) 0 0 0
Cranford 6, South Plainfield 0
The 16thranked Cougars ripped the Tigers as Gillian Murray had two goals.
Cranford (601) 0 0 0 S. Plainfield (82) 0 1 1
Governor Livingston 8, Hillside 0
The Highlanders froze the Comets in Hillside as Meghan Haldeman and Meghan Butler iced two goals apiece.
OCTOBER 5: Rahway 4, Hillside 0
Kevin Bobenchik and Greg Campbell both scored in the first half for the Indians to fizzle the Comets.
Hillside (424) 0 0 0 Rahway (512) 2 2 4
New Providence 5, North Plainfield 3
The Pioneers elevated their undefeated record to 90 as Jim Burke and Joey Gennaro both fired in two goals.
New Providence 4 1 5 N. Plainfield (44) 0 3 3
OCTOBER 6: Scotch PlainsFanwood 4, Plainfield 2
The Raiders, seeded first for the Union County Tournament, upped their record to 621. Junior Mike Zotti netted one goal and assisted on two more. Dave Sigmon ripped a goal and added an assist and teammates Ryan Kramer and Dave Bell each contributed a goal.
Sc PlainsFanwood 3 1 4 Plainfield 2 0 2
OCTOBER 7: Chatham 2, Westfield 1
The Blue Devils fell on a direct kick from Dave Walsh with less than a minute remaining. Sixthranked Chatham took a 10 lead in the first half when Dave Scholz shuddered the net. Blue Devil Brad Gillin evened the score with six minutes remaining in the half.
Chatham (60) 1 1 2 Westfield (44) 1 0 1
OCTOBER 8: Cranford 1, New Providnce 0
Ryan Kulik scored the only goal for the Cougars who handed the Pioneers their first loss.
Cranford (531) 0 1 1 N Providence (91) 0 0 0
Union Catholic 2, Hillside 0
Vikings Erik DaRocha and Mark DeOliviera nailed firsthalf goals to down the Comets in Scotch Plains. The Vikings had 14 shots on goal and Hillside had 12 shots on goal. Viking goalie Jon DaSilva had 10 saves and Dominic Etzold had two while Comet Mike Silveira had 12 saves.
Hillside (444) 0 0 0 Union Catholic (63) 2 0 2
OCTOBER 9: Westfield 4, Valley Stream South 1
The Blue Devils were successful on their trip to Long Island. Senior Ralph Rapuano ripped two goals while Alex Lau and Greg Scanlon each had a goal and an assist.
Westfield (55) 1 3 4 Valley Stream (611) 1 0 1
Local Area High School Boys Soccer Results:
David B. Corbin for The Leader and The Times ANOTHER SERVE… Raider Megan Miller hammers her serve against the Cougars.
David B. Corbin for The Leader and The Times THE SERVE… Raider Katie Feighner makes her serve against Cranford.
David B. Corbin for The Leader and The Times Blue Devil Terrence Jenkins
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times SLAMMIN’ SAM SA… Blue Devil Samantha Sa slams the ball in the volleyball game against the Vikings of Union Catholic. See additional picture on page 17.
Horace R.. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times THE REAL STATISTICS MAN… Bruce Johnson, right, totals up the stats at halftime in the game with Westfield and Hoboken. Johnson is the answer man and has written the book “100 Years of Blue Devil Football”.
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times HEADING FOR PAY DIRT… Raider sophomore Andrew Pavoni snags a pass from quarterback Brian Schiller and heads for a 21yard touchdown. That touchdown put the Raiders ahead 147 at the half.
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times LOOKING FOR A RECEIVER… Blue Devil quarterback Ryan MacDonald, No. 7, looks for an open receiver in the game against Hoboken.
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