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A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains - Fanwood Thursday, September 16, 1999 Page 15

CYAN YELLOW MAGENTA BLACK

Devil Field Hockey Team Sets Sights on UC Title

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13

Raider Boys Flow With XCountry Quality Westfield High School Sports 1999 Fall Varsity Schedule:

*Subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen inconveniences*

Varsity Gymnastics Head Coach: Ellen Kovac 9/ 14 Tues Hillsborough A 4: 30 9/ 16 Thur Bridgewater H 4: 30 9/ 23 Thur Linden/ Old Br H 4: 30 9/ 28 Tues A. L. Johnson A 4: 15 9/ 30 Thur Union A 4: 15 10/ 5 Tues Brearley H 4: 15 10/ 7 Thur Cranford H 4: 30 10/ 8 Fri Brearley Tour A TBA 10/ 12 Tues Columbia A 4: 30 10/ 14 Thur Elizabeth A 4: 30 10/ 18 Mon Somerville A 4: 30 10/ 21 Thur Union Catholic H 4: 15 10/ 26 Tues Sc PlFanwood A 4: 15 10/ 29 Fri UCIAC H 6: 00 11/ 1 Mon East Brunswick H 4: 30 11/ 6 Sat State Sectionals TBA TBA 11/ 13 Sat State Finals TBA TBA

Varsity Football Head Coach: Ed Tranchina 9/ 18 Sat Marist H 1: 30 PM 9/ 25 Sat Cranford H 1: 30 PM 10/ 2 Sat Sc PlainsFnwd A 1: 30 PM 10/ 9 Sat Hoboken H 2: 00 PM 10/ 16 Sat M. X. Shabazz H 1: 30 PM 10/ 23 Sat Linden A 1: 30 PM 10/ 29 Fri Union A 7: 00 PM 11/ 6 Sat Kearny A 2: 00 PM 11/ 25 Thur Plainfield H 11: 00 AM

Varsity XCountry Head Coach: John Martin/ Tom Hornish 9/ 11 Sat St. Dom (Girls) A 9: 00 AM 9/ 16 Thur M. X. Shabazz A 4: 00 PM 9/ 18 Sat NJCTC Class A 10: 00 AM 9/ 21 Tues Cranford/ Irvngtn A 4: 00 PM 9/ 25 Sat Stewart Mem A 10: 00 AM 9/ 28 Tue East Side A 4: 00 PM 10/ 2 Sat Shore Coaches A 9: 00 AM 10/ 5 Tues Plainfield A 4: 00 PM 10/ 12 Tues Kearny H 4: 00 PM 10/ 16 Sat Ridgewood Girls A 1: 00 PM 10/ 23 Sat Watchung Conf A 9: 00 AM 10/ 26 Tues Linden H 4: 00 PM 10/ 29 Fri (Union County) A 4: 00 PM 10/ 30 Sat State Sectional A 9: 00 PM 11/ 5 Thur Group Tourney A 9: 00 PM

Varsity Girls Tennis Head Coach: Ed Tirone 9/ 13 Mon Roselle Park A 4: 00 9/ 14 Tue Linden H 4: 00 9/ 16 Thur Nwk Acad/ MXS H 4: 00 9/ 17 Fri Cranford H 4: 00 9/ 21 Tues E. Brunswick A 4: 00 9/ 23 Thur Sc PlFanwood H 4: 00 9/ 24 Fri Old Bridge H 4: 00 9/ 27 Mon Linden A 4: 00 9/ 28 Tues M X Shabazz H 4: 00 10/ 1 Fri Cranford A 4: 00 10/ 7 Thur Sc PlFanwood A 4: 00 10/ 12 Tues Plainfield H 4: 00 10/ 14 Thur Elizabeth A 4: 00 10/ 19 Tues Irvington H 4: 00 10/ 21 Thur Nwk E. Side A 4: 00 10/ 27 Tues Union H 4: 00 10/ 28 Thur Kearny A 4: 00

Varsity Field Hockey Head Coach: Maggie McFadden 9/ 13 Mon Mt. St. Mary’s A 4: 00 PM 9/ 15 Wed Pompton Lakes H 4: 30 PM 9/ 18 Sat Hunterdon Cen. A 11: 00 AM 9/ 22 Wed Columbia A 4: 00 PM 0/ 23 Thur Oak Knoll A 4: 00 PM 9/ 25 Sat A. L. Johnson H 10: 00 AM 9/ 27 Mon Roselle Park H 4: 00 PM 9/ 28 Tues Morristown A 4: 00 PM 10/ 2 Sat Cranford A 10: 00 AM 10/ 4 Mon Watchung Hills A 4: 00 PM 10/ 7 Thur Union A 4: 00 PM 10/ 9 Sat Pingry A TBA 10/ 11 Mon Piscataway H 4: 00 PM 10/ 13 Wed Summit A 4: 00 PM 10/ 16 Sat County Tourney TBA TBA 10/ 18 Mon Cranford H 4: 00 PM 10/ 23 Sat County Tourney A TBA 10/ 25 Mon Union H 4: 00 PM 10/ 28 Thur Randolph H 4: 00 PM 10/ 30 Sat County Finals A TBA 11/ 3 Wed Piscataway H 4: 00 PM

Varsity Girls Volleyball Head Coach: Beverly Torok 9/ 13 Mon Sc PlFanwood H 4: 00 PM 9/ 15 Wed Ramapo A 4: 00 PM 9/ 17 Fri Cranford H 4: 00 PM 9/ 22 Wed New Providence H 4: 00 PM 9/ 24 Fri Union Catholic A 4: 00 PM 9/ 27 Mon Sc PlFanwood A 4: 00 PM 9/ 29 Wed E. Brunswick H 4: 00 PM 10/ 1 Fri M X Shabazz H 4: 00 PM 10/ 4 Mon Cranford A 4: 00 PM 10/ 6 Wed Elizabeth H 4: 00 PM 10/ 8 Fri Union Catholic H 4: 00 PM 10/ 13 Wed Irvington H 4: 00 PM 10/ 14 Thur M. X. Shabazz A 4: 00 PM 10/ 18 Mon So. Brunswick H 4: 00 PM 10/ 20 Wed Bridgewater H 4: 00 PM 10/ 22 Fri Plainfield A 4: 00 PM 10/ 25 Mon Union H 4: 00 PM 10/ 27 Wed Nwk E. Side A 4: 00 PM 10/ 29 New Providence A 4: 00 PM 11/ 1 Mon Elizabeth A 4: 00 PM

Varsity Boys Soccer Head Coach: George Kapner 9/ 13 Mon St. Peter’s H 4: 00 PM 9/ 15 Wed Sc PlFanwood H 4: 00 PM 9/ 18 Sat Kearny Festival A TBA 9/ 22 Wed Cranford H 4: 00 PM 9/ 25 Sat Bridgewater A 10: 30 AM 9/ 27 Mon Linden A 4: 00 PM 10/ 2 Sat E. Brunswick H 10: 00 AM 10/ 4 Mon East Side A 4: 00 PM 10/ 7 Thur Chatham H 4: 00 PM 10/ 9 Sat Valley Stream S A 3: 30 PM 10/ 11 Mon Elizabeth H 1: 00 PM 10/ 13 Wed Irvington A 4: 00 PM 10/ 16 Sat County Tourney TBA TBA 10/ 18 Mon Plainfield H 4: 00 PM 10/ 20 Wed Union H 4: 00 PM 10/ 23 Sat County Tourney TBA TBA 10/ 25 Mon Kearny H 4: 00 PM 10/ 28 Wed Kearny A 4: 00 PM 10/ 30 Sat County Semis TBA TBA 11/ 1 Mon New Providence A 3: 30 PM 11/ 3 Wed NJSIAA TBA TBA 11/ 6 Sat County Finals TBA TBA

Devil Girls Seek Right Soccer Combination

By DAVID B. CORBIN

Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and The Times

The Westfield High School girls soccer team will be presenting a relatively young team with the bulk of the squad being composed mainly of juniors. Seniors Leigh Kendrick, Kristen Salmond and Donna Schaller will share the responsibilities as team captains.

Last year, Salmond at offensive halfback and Schaller at striker were very effective at penetrating the net and Kendrick as a defender was quite successful at repelling opposing team’s attacks.

Seniors Erika VanAnglen, Julia Gates and juniors Taryn Wyckoff and Stephanie Larson make up part of the solid Blue Devil defense and junior Michelle Meglaughlin is beginning her

second year as the starting goalie. Describing this year’s squad, Schaller said, “We virtually have the same defensive squad as last year. So, we are solid there.”

Veterans assisting Schaller and Salmond in the offense are senior Val Griffeth and juniors Gwyn Lederman, Jen Korecky, Elisa Cognetti and Kerri Arness.

With reference to young talent, Salmond pointed out, “We have some good freshmen who are going to help out as forwards. I think that it will help our team speed.”

As far as their progress, Schaller added, “At this point, I believe that we must work on our passing skills but we will be alright as a team. Right now we are still experimenting with who will fill in the positions and what combinations work better.”

The recent powers in Union County have been the twotime defending champion Union Catholic girls and the Cranford girls who finished second last year. Shaller, Kendrick and Salmond all agree that Union Catholic and Cranford will be very competitive this season.

The Devil girls hosted Holy Family on September 13 and came up with an 80 victory. Salmond and Schaller had two goals each and Wyckoff, Kendrick, Morgan Lang and Stacy Donahue added one goal each.

David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times DEVIL SOCCER TRICAPTAINS… TriCaptains Leigh Kendrick, left, Kristen Salmond, center, and Donna Schaller will help the Westfield High School girls soccer team find the right combination this season.

Devil Lady Netters Have New Faces on the Court

By DAVID B. CORBIN

Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and The Times

The Westfield High School girls tennis team have a relatively new look this year. Last year, the Blue Devils swept the Union County Tournament and must defend their crown with just two of those seven faces. Senior Katie Richards and junior Maggie Wei who won their crown at first doubles return as team CoCaptains and will compete at first and third singles, respectively.

Sophomore Brittany Miller will fill the second singles spot and sophomore Erin Corbett and Jen Phillips will compete at first doubles. Junior Lianna Wong and freshmen Emily Sharpe will occupy the second doubles slot. The positions could, however, be subject to change.

“I tell the girls that I reserve the right to change the first and second doubles if I see one group improving over the other,” said Head Coach Ed Tirone. “Because you don’t want to lock into a lineup early in September for what you will have late in October when all of the tournaments occur.”

Tirone added, “It can be tough, however. When you progress into the season, the girls already have the pressure of playing every day. It would be added pressure if they had a challenge match for position. Plus, you must comply with the state rules and have verification if a change occurs.”

With such a turnover in personnel, the road to success could be a chal lenge. “We are going to be great!

Because, everybody else has lost a lot of people too,” chuckled Tirone. “I don’t think that anybody knows what the other teams can do; however, that is only true to a certain extent. Obviously we are playing with new players. It’s a new experience for us because over the past five years, we have had very experienced and tournament tough players.”

Tirone did acknowledge the strength of the Oak Knoll team which will enjoy the addition of freshman sensation Tory Zawacki.

“Oak Knoll may probably have the best team in the county. Tammy Zawacki moved in.”

Tirone concluded, “I think that we can compete. I think that we can do better than most schools because we have an established program.”

The Blue Devils defeated Roselle Park, 50, in their season opener on September 13.

1st singles: Katie Richards d. Jerri Davidson. 63, 62

2nd singles: Brittany Miller d. Huma Safdsar, 61, 64

3rd singles: Maggie Wei d. Lisa Casso, 61, 76 (72)

1st doubles: Jen Phillips and Erin Corbett d. Lenore Weiner and Jamie Maglietta, 61, 61

2nd doubles: Lianna Wong and Emily Sharpe d. Kim Guerico and Christine Palmisano, 36, 62, 62

David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times DEVIL TENNIS COCAPTAINS… Senior Katie Richards and junior Maggie Wei have been named as the Blue Devil CoCaptains.

By DAVID B. CORBIN

Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and The Times

The “Iron Man” Josh Ricca has graduated; however, the Scotch PlainsFanwood High School boys cross country team is heavy with quality runners. Despite their small numbers, the Raiders will be a major candidate for top honors in both the Watchung Conference and in Union County.

Senior Captain Nick Klastava is expected to be the number one man and sophomore Bob Wallden will be the number two man. “He placed sixth in the county in the 3,200 as a freshman,” said RaiderHeadCoachJeffKoegelofWallden.

Koegel has added two runners who played soccer last year in juniors Andrew Elko and Mike Dixon.

“They both can run well,” said Koegel. “Andrew ran a 4: 38 mile last spring. He will be, at worst, the third guy and Mike will be the fourth. They are basically the first two guys that I have ever had who were actually runners when they came out.”

The Raiders, fifth man is expected to be junior Matt Schimming.

“He has come a long way since last year,” expressed Koegel. “He came out this summer and was at the front of the

pack the whole time. He is not tall and has a short stride, but this kid is tough! That is something I can’t teach.”

Seniors Pete Mosko, Russ Rabadeau, Jim L’Heureux and junior Eric Konzelman may be vying for the respective sixth and seventh positions.

“I have a little bit more depth than last year and everybody is better than last year,” pointed out Koegel. “So, I have quality. I am never going to have 40 or 50 people like some teams do, but the guys I get are quite loyal.”

Koegel feels that Cranford would be the team to beat for the county and conference. “We have been looking at Cranford and that date is marked on our calendar. They beat us pretty bad in the dual meet last year but they did not beat us that badly in the group tournament. We ran tough with them this past spring, so we are moving up.”

Koegel added, “I have a core group of seniors now. This is my fourth year here so I started when these guys were freshmen. They have worked into my system. Now I am in a situation where I can get some of these kids when they are 13 or 14 and get four years of work in them so that they can really contribute by the time they are seniors.”

Varsity Girls Soccer Head Coach: Pete Giordano 9/ 13 Mon Holy Family H 4: 00 PM 9/ 15 Wed Sc PlFanwood A 4: 00 PM 9/ 18 Sat East Brunswick H 10: 00 AM 9/ 22 Wed Cranford A 4: 00 PM 9/ 25 Sat Livingston A 11: 00 PM 9/ 27 Mon Linden H 4: 00 PM 9/ 28 Tues Randolph A 4: 00 PM 10/ 2 Sat Chatham H 10: 30 AM 10/ 4 Mon East Side H 4: 00 PM 10/ 6 Wed Elizabeth A 4: 00 PM 10/ 9 Sat Bishop Ahr H 2: 00 PM 10/ 11 Mon Hackettstown A 3: 45 PM 10/ 13 Wed Irvington H 4: 00 PM 10/ 16 Sat County Tourney TBA TBA 10/ 18 Mon Plainfield A 4: 00 PM 10/ 20 Wed Union A 4: 00 PM 10/ 23 Sat County Quarters TBA11: 00 AM 10/ 25 Mon Watchung Hills H 4: 00 PM 10/ 27 Wed Kearny A 4: 00 PM 10/ 30 Sat County Semis TBA 5/ 7 PM 11/ 1 Mon Sayreville H 4: 00 PM 11/ 3 Wed NJSIAA TBA TBA 11/ 6 Sat County Finals TBA TBA

the field in a manner of seconds. I give the girls a space that they must cover in a few seconds. We do a lot of lateral sprinting drills where we work on stopping and starting.”

McFadden feels that her offensive team is wellbalanced and that they do not have to rely on any superstar.

“I don’t know if we will have any girls who will rank high on the ‘topscoring list’ but there is not going to be any one girl that the other teams will have to focus on. We have several girls who can score.”

Heading the list of offensive threats are Leonardis, Wicks and Jessica Wyckoff.

“All of my forward line can pass and can score,” said McFadden. “They work very well together. They know how to get open and they move around in the circle.”

In addition to having their eyes on the Union County title which eluded them last year, the Blue Devils realize the work cut out for them to qualify for the states.

“I feel that we have as good a shot as anybody to win the counties,” expressed McFadden. “We do have our work cut

out for us now that we are back to Group 4. We have to deal with Piscataway, Hunterdon Central and Shawnee.”

McFadden concluded, “Right now, I just want our girls to be concerned with the game that they have to play that particular day then concentrate on the next when the time comes. That sounds very simple and basic; however, I feel that it is important.”

The Blue Devils got off on the right track as they defeated Mount St. Mary, 31, on September 13. Leonardis led the assault with two goals.

David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times THE RAIDER MALE “PAC”… The Scotch PlainsFanwood High School boys cross country team have a solid squad. Leading the Raider “Pac,” from left to right, are: front row; Bob Wallden, Captain Nick Klastava and Mike Dixon; back row, Matt Schimming and Andrew Elko.

PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF SALE FOR REAL ESTATE FOR NONPAYMENT OF TAXES

AND MUNICIPAL CHARGES

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, I, Kathleen W. Silber, the Collector of Taxes of the Township of Scotch Plains, Union County, New Jersey will sell at a public auction on the 5th day of October 1999, in the Municipal Court in the Municipal Building, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey at 10 o’clock in the morning, the below described lands. The said lands will be sold to make the amount of municipal liens chargeable against that same on the 5th day of October 1999 together with interest and cost of sale, exclusive however, of the lien for taxes for the year 1999. Said lands will be sold in fee to such persons as will purchase the same, subject to redemption at the lowest rate of interest, but in no case in excess of eighteen (18) percent per annum. Payment for the sale shall be made in cash, certified or cashier’s check or money order before the conclusion of the sale or the property will be resold. Any parcel of real property for which there shall be no other purchase will be struck off and sold to the municipality in fee for redemption at eighteen (18) percent per annum and the municipality shall have the right to bar or foreclose right of redemption. The sale will be made and conducted in accordance with the provisions of Article 4 of Chapter 5 of Title 54, Revised Statutes of New Jersey, 1937 and amendments thereto. At any time before the sale, the undersigned will receive payment of the amount due on the property, with interest and costs incurred up to the time of payment by cash, certified or cashier’s check, or money order. Industrial properties may be subject to the Spill Compensation and Control Act (N. J. S. A. 58: 1023.11 et seq.), the Water Pollution Control Act (N. J. S. A. 58: 10A1 et seq.), and the Industrial Site Recovery Act (N. J. S. A. 13: 1K6 et seq.). In addition, the municipality is precluded from issuing a tax sale certificate to any prospective purchaser who is or may be in any way connected to the prior owner or operator of the site. The said lands so subject to sale, described in accordance with the tax duplicate, including the name of the owner as shown on the last tax duplicate and the total amount due thereon respectively on the 5th day of Occtober 1999, exclusive of the lien for the year are as listed below:

Kathleen W. Silber Collector of Taxes Scotch Plains, New Jersey

INTERNO. BLOCK LOT NAME ADDRESS TAX MUNIC. EST COST TOTAL

1. 101 11 Scherer, Shirley 349 Terrill Road 2,895.74 0.00 488.88 67.69 3,452.31 2. 101 12 Monteverde, H. and J. 347 Terrill Road 2,951.76 0.00 565.76 70.35 3,587.87 3. 405 2 Barich, John and Claudia 564 Hunter Avenue 1,608.33 0.00 50.67 33.18 1,692.18 4. 503 4 Curry, April 1718 Front Street 786.12 0.00 9.78 15.92 811.82 5. 602 16 Shackelford, M. and Banks, R. 1601 Front Street 3,458.78 0.00 809.53 85.37 4,353.68 6. 704 2 Gonzalez, Lillian 211 Willow Avenue 1,632.54 0.00 149.79 35.65 1,817.98 7. 801 4 Irvin, Joe and Betty Jean 220 Pinehurst Avenue 3,529.06 0.00 825.98 87.10 4,442.14 8. 903 18 Jennings, Wyatt and Julia 314 Sycamore Avenue 4,021.02 0.00 674.52 93.91 4,789.45 9. 1201 12 Stein, S. and Berman, C. 1730 East Second Street 1,519.73 0.00 114.63 32.69 1,667.05 10. 1201 13 Stein, S. and Berman, C. 1732 East Second Street 555.16 0.00 41.21 15.00 611.37 11. 1902 17 Ponzio, C. and Ponzio, N. 211 Union Avenue 3,346.71 0.00 53.55 68.01 3,468.27 12. 1904 5 Tucker, Jeanette 1996 Prospect Avenue 594.59 0.00 23.49 15.00 633.08 15. 4101 4 Wood, Joseph and Beverly 429 Henry Street 4,718.80 0.00 892.09 100.00 5,710.89 16. 4401 14 West, Mary E. 4 Johnson Street 2,193.74 0.00 342.22 50.72 2,586.68 17. 4501 3 Smith, M. and C. and C. 2510 Mountain Avenue 3,509.29 0.00 447.62 79.14 4,036.05 18. 5501 2 Koleszar, Jeffrey 6 Copperfield Road 2,481.76 0.00 470.30 59.04 3,011.10 19. 5602 7 Nicosia, Russell and Judith 39 Canterbury Drive 2,618.65 0.00 454.34 61.46 3,134.45 20. 6001 9 Jones, Eloise 528 Rolling Peaks Way 1,353.82 0.00 100.48 29.09 1,483.39 21. 6201 12 Crisp, Louise Estate of 737 Jerusalem Road 1,128.07 0.00 213.77 26.84 1,368.68 22. 7201 5.10 McDuffie, Danny and Shirley 823 O’Donnell Avenue 683.91 0.00 57.79 15.00 756.70 23. 7201 23 Wills, C. and C. A. ShaversWills 2398 Hamlette Place 1,130.61 0.00 95.22 24.52 1,250.35 24. 7303 6 Campbell, John 2402 Park Place 560.23 0.00 47.18 15.00 622.41 25. 7303 7 Campbell, John 2404 Park Place 560.23 0.00 47.18 15.00 622.41 26. 7304 13 Johnson, Bernard and Shirley 2415 Park Place 3,514.00 0.00 665.64 83.59 4,263.23 27. 7901 19 Maricic, Anton and Janet 2427 Seneca Road 3,724.61 0.00 581.21 86.12 4,391.94 28. 8702 4.01 Affordable Homes of NJ Inc. 1123 Washington Avenue 1,893.64 0.00 196.01 41.79 2,131.44 31. 12203 8 McCall, George and Renay 30 Traveller Way 7,926.58 0.00 1,603.56 100.00 9,630.14 32. 13301 22 Dixon, Robert and Barbara 3 Linden Lane 8,840.22 0.00 1,217.04 100.00 10,157.26 33. 14301 21 Patey, John and Cynthia 1350 Raritan Road 1,477.90 0.00 109.69 31.75 1,619.34 34. 14301 22 Tussell, Carol Ann 1360 Raritan Road 5,250.92 0.00 1,228.99 100.00 6,579.91 35. 14901 59 Fernandez, Misael and Luz 1270 Terrill Road 1,955.75 0.00 187.44 42.86 2,186.05 36. 15003 6 Callan, Johanna 21 Highlander Drive 3,406.23 0.00 91.97 69.96 3,568.16 37. 15303 5 Brown, Dane and Emily 1470 Cushing Road 4,453.58 0.00 160.33 92.28 4,706.19 4 T – 9/ 9, 9/ 16, 9/ 23 & 9/ 30/ 99, The Times Fee: $703.80

PUBLIC NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE

SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F1224093.

ARMAND A. FIORLETTI AND CARL FIORLETTI, PLAINTIFF vs. ALEX DURATE, ET AL, DEFENDANT.

CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED JUNE 8, 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 13TH 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 $91,036.28. Property to be sold is located in the City of Elizabeth, County of Union and State of New Jersey.

Premises commonly known as 415 Maple Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Tax Lot No. 931, Block No. 4. Dimensions: (approximately) 25 feet x 125 feet.

Nearest Cross Street: 175 feet southerly from Grove Street.

There is due approximately the sum of $93,531.58 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 SCHWALL & BECKER, Attorney 80 Broadway P. O. Box 460 Hillsdale, New Jersey 07642 CH754606 (WL) 4 T 9/ 16, 9/ 23, 9/ 30 & 10/ 7/ 99 Fee: $163.20

Devil ‘Pac’ Seizes St. Dom. XC Meet

The Westfield High School girls cross country team meant business by seizing first in the St. Dominic Academy Invitational in Jersey City on September 11. The Blue Devils totaled 69 points to outrun the Randolph girls who finished second with 83 points.

Maura McMahon led the Blue Devil “Pac,” placing second with a time of 21: 30 and Alexis Anzelone finished sixth with a time of 22: 21. Aubrey McGovern was 20th at 23: 21, Heather Dennis was 21st at 23: 25 and Jackie Cusimano finished 25th with a time of 23: 49.

Devil VBallers Stop Raiders, 155, 1511

The Westfield High School girls volleyball team opened its season by stopping the Scotch PlainsFanwood squad, 155, 1511, in Westfield on September 13. Blue Devils Patty Oslislo and Jen Dachowicz combined for 23 points and eight aces. Kelly Masterson had two kills and Samantha BourqueTrieff had two assists for the Blue Devils.

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