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A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains - Fanwood Thursday, September 30, 1999 Page 15

CYAN YELLOW MAGENTA BLACK

Red Hot Devils Burn Stunned Cougars, 30

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Devil Gridders Foil Cougars, 207

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Head Coach Ed Tranchina of his lineup change. “We made some mistakes but our kids picked it up. We had two more touchdowns, one called back and we fumbled on the oneyard line going in, so the kids did pretty good.”

Tranchina did point out, “Cranford is doing a great job. Hull is a great young coach. He played for me when I was at Cranford. He is doing everything right. They just got to give him some time and it is going to be an upandcoming program.”

Cranford 0 0 7 0 7 Westfield 7 7 0 6 20

until the half. Continuing their total dominance, in the second half, the Blue Devil offense pressed the attack. Finne fired a wicked shot which was deflected by the Cougar goalie and with 3: 05 off the clock, Lau netted the final goal into the upperleft side.

“We have been frustrated. We were 03. We haven’t scored a goal. They have been a very unemotional team, thinking that things were going to happen,” explained Kapner of his team’s previous games. “But, I got to give the captains (Ianni, Rapuano and Erik Schoenemann) a lot of credit. They had the team ready to go today.”

However, Kapner cautioned, “We came out exploding. Almost with too

much emotion in the first 15 minutes! We actually did not play good technical soccer during that time.”

From that point on, the Blue Devils took over the game technically. Kapner explained, “Coach (Dave Shapiro) and I did not say anything. We left them alone for a little while, then pulled the midfield off and talked to them on the sidelines. We told them to play good technical soccer. Protect the ball, control it and change fields. They went out and did exactly that, then Lau made an unbelievable shot and that opened the floodgates.”

The Blue Devils improved to 13 while the Cougars fell to 21.

Cranford 0 0 0 Westfield 2 1 3

SEPTEMBER 21: A. L. Johnson 3, Governor Livingston 0

Matt Andrews fired in a goal and added an assist for the Crusaders in Berkeley Heights. The Crusaders upped their record to 20 while the Highlanders fell to 21.

New Providence 8, Dayton 1

Pioneer Jim Burke booted in three goals and Marco Fuchetto netted two.

Dayton (02) 0 1 1 N. Providence (30) 3 5 8

SEPTEMBER 22: Elizabeth 3, Plainfield 0

Victor Arcila had two goals and an assist for the Minutemen in Elizabeth.

SEPTEMBER 23: Ridge 2, Governor Livingston 0 in 2 OT

The Highlanders gave the Ridgers all they could handle in regulation but Tony Dinardo and Jeff Poizner both scored in overtime.

Gov Livingston (21) 0 0 0 0 0 Ridge (20) 0 0 1 1 2

SEPTEMBER 25: Westfield 3, BridgewaterRaritan 1

Ralph Rapuano had a goal and an assist and Tony Tomasso and Erik Finne had one goal each. Frank Ianni and Alex Lau added one assist each and keeper Erik Schoenemann had 11 saves to boost the Blue Devils to 23.

Westfield 2 1 3 East Brunswick 1 0 1

Scotch PlainsFanwood 2, Raritan 1

Chris Simms scored in the first half and Eugene Ferrara scored in the second for the Raiders who upped their record to 41. Jeff Fiorino and Mike Zotti each had an assist. Raritan slipped to 42.

Raritan 0 1 1 Sc PlainsFanwood 1 1 2

Area High School Field Hockey: Somerville 1, A. L. Johnson 0

Left wing Michelle Dobler rippled the net with 19: 00 left in the game in Somerville. Jessica McCarthy had 10 stops for the Crusaders in the loss.

A. L. Johnson (011) 0 0 0 Somerville (21) 0 1 1

SEPTEMBER 23: Mendham 1, Governor Livingston 0

Carolyn Pearce scored with 3: 54 left in the game. Highlander Katrina Blasi had eight saves.

Mendham (21) 0 1 1 Gov Livingston (01) 0 0 0

Mt. St. Mary’s 2, Cranford 0

Katie Gilmore and Becky Rausch had one goal each. Christina Bayak had 20 saves for the Cougars.

Cranford (01) 0 0 0 Mt. St. Mary (21) 0 2 2

SEPTEMBER 25: Westfield 2, A. L. Johnson 0

Kristen Leonardis and Val Wicks both scored in the first half to lift the Blue Devils. Paige Corbett got assists for each goal and Jen Woodbury had four saves as Westfield improved to 31. Johnson sagged to 121.

Johnson 0 0 0 Westfield 2 0 2

Columbia Girls Top Blue Devils, 10

The Westfield High School girls field hockey team suffered its first loss of the season at the sticks of the Columbia High School team in Maplewood on September 22. Rachel Kaufman scored with 15: 55 left in the first half.

Goalie Jen Woodbury stopped seven shots for the Blue Devils who evened at 11. Columbia upped its record to 201.

Westfield 0 0 0 Columbia 1 0 1

Local Area High School Boys Soccer Results:

SEPTEMBER 22: Governor Livingston 5, Roselle 0

The Highlanders upped their record to 20 with an easy win over Roselle.

1st Singles – Gina Turturiello d. Ruddyna Trochat, 60, 60

2nd Singles – Jen Calabrese d. Amanda Gammy, 60, 60

3rd Singles – Kristen Turturiello d. Ria O Brio, 61, 60

1st Doubles – Yvonne Chen and Jessica Dong d. Serra Alexandrea and Marie Aubourg, 60, 60

2nd Doubles – Lyndsay Chowl and Chrissy Souder d. Dana Crawford and Claire Banks, 60, 61

SEPTEMBER 23: Westfield 4, Scotch PlainsFanwood 1

Highly rated Raider Carolyn Pilkington rolled at first singles but the Blue Devil girls came through with the victory in Westfield. The Blue Devils improved to 30.

1st singles: Pilkington (SPF) d. Katie Richards, 60, 60

2nd singles: Brittany Miller (W) d. Cara Bristol, 61, 63

3rd singles: Maggie Wei (W) d. Gail Hannigan, 60, 62

1st doubles: Erin Corbett and Jen Phillips (W) d. Elizabeth Pilkington and Amy Ryan, 61, 61

2nd doubles: Lianna Wong and Emily Sharpe (W) d. Caitlin Mahoney and Danielle Fallon, 64, 62

Governor Livingston 3, Ridge 2

Senior Gina Turturiello made easy work of her Ridge opponent at first singles as the Highlanders upped their record to 30.

1st singles: Gina Turturiello (GL) d. Kristen Lunny, 61, 61

2nd singles: Jen Calabrese (GL) d. Marge Slater, 46, 75, 61

3rd singles: Jamie Yang (Ri) d. Kristen Turturiello, 61, 61

1st doubles: Katie Heath and Rica Weigard (Ri) d. Jessica Bong and Yvonne Chen, 61, 61

2nd doubles: Chrissy Souder and Lindsey Crowl (GL) d. Suzie Mozes and Caroline Hunter, 76 (74), 67 (37), 63

Union Catholic 5, Roselle Catholic 0 1st singles: Angela Wiggs d. Andrea Chiarello, 60, 60

2nd singles: Rashida Crawford d. Stephanie Ziek, 60, 62

3rd singles: Dana Boyer d. Jennifer Ciano, 61, 63

1st doubles: Allessandra Chan and Sabina Sabados d. Nina DeAngelis and Stephanie Ganz, 57, 64, 61

2nd doubles: Tami Colangelo and Christine Brzezicki d. Mary Beth Manfredi and Allison Kelly, 75, 63

Oak Knoll 5, Roselle Park 0

Tory Zawacki and the Knolls keep rolling.

1st singles: Tory Zawacki d. Jerri Davidson, 60, 60

2nd singles: Leigh Slonaker d. Huma Safdar, 60, 62

3rd singles: Gaby Lega d. Lisa Casso, 60, 60

1st doubles: Erin Moran and Laura Demoreuille d. Lenore Weiner and Jamie Maglietta, 60, 60

2nd doubles: Ana Cesan and Kate Hendricks d. Kim Guercio and Emilia Kukwa, 60, 60

SEPTEMBER 27: Westfield 4, Linden 1 Local Area High School

Girls Tennis Results: Soccer Devils Rip

Tiger Boys, 71

A host of Blue Devils penetrated the net as the Westfield High School boys soccer team ripped Linden, 71, in Linden on September 27. Senior Alex Lau had a goal and two assists to lead the Blue Devils.

Frank Ianni, John Humphreys, Erik Finne, Ralph Rapuano, Evan Molloy and Greg Scanlon had one goal apiece for the Blue Devils who won their third straight game.

Westfield 3 4 7 Linden 1 0 1

1st singles: Jade Trinh (L) d. Katie Richards, 76 (74), 75

2nd singles: Maggie Wei (W) d. Marta Nowicka, 62, 60

3rd singles: Kelly Yang (W) d. Jana Halenka, 63, 60

1st doubles: Erin Corbett and Jen Phillips (W) d. Susan Schendelman and Sylwia Chowaniec, 60, 60

2nd doubles: Emily Sharpe and Leanna Wong (W) d. Daniela Baloghova and Agnes Volinerowski, 61, 60

Ridge 4, Union Catholic 1

First singles player Angela Wiggs defeated Kristen Lunny, 62, 62 for the only Viking win.

High School Girls X Country Results:

SEPTEMBER 21: Westfield 15, Irvington 50 Westfield 18, Cranford 45

The highflying Blue Devil girls elevated their unbeaten dual meet streak to 49. Maura McMahon placed first on the 3.1 mile course at Warinanco Park in Elizabeth with a time of 21: 36.

1. McMahon (W) 21: 36, 2.

Alexis Anzelone (W) 21: 36, 3.

Katie Swan (C) 21: 48, 4. Adrienne Blauvelt (W) 21: 54, 5. Rachel Ackerman (W) 21: 54, 6. Kyle Legones (W) 22: 35, 7. Aubrey McGovern (W) 22: 38, 8. Heather Dennis (W) 22: 38, 9. Jackie Cusimano (W) 22: 39, 10. Kathleen Ofaben (C) 22: 56

Viking Girls Smother Roselle Catholic, 80

Nicole Wilkins scored a hat trick as the Vikings rumbled over the Lions in Roselle. Jessica Ballweg blasted in two goals and added an assist. Rebecca Babicz, Marci Rasoilo and Lissette Brandao had one goal each. Lisa Henderson needed only two saves for the Vikings who improved to 20. The Lions slipped to 02.

Union Catholic 4 4 8 Roselle Catholic 0 0 0

Area High School Volleyball Results:

SEPTEMBER 21: Union Catholic over New Providence, 152, 1614

Rachel Seamon had six service points and five digs and teammate Deena Zack had six kills and five service points for the victorious Vikings who jumped their record to 30. The Pioneers slumped to 02.

Union over Irvington, 155, 151

Anna Cruz had 10 service points and eight assists for the Farmers who improved to 10.

A. L. Johnson over Mother Seton, 156, 1510

Theresa Krawzcyk had 12 service points and notched three kills for the Crusaders who rose to 20.

SEPTEMBER 22: Westfield over New Providence, 151, 157

Samantha BourqueTrieff had six assists, Laura Advey had four kills and Kelly Masterson had four service aces for the Blue Devils.

Cranford over Scotch PlainsFanwood, 157, 151

Jill Hayeck had five kills, four blocks and four aces for the victorious Cougars.

Union over Plainfield, 154, 150

Anna Cruz had six aces for the Farmers.

SEPTEMBER 23: A. L. Johnson over Union Catholic, 615, 1511, 1511

The Crusaders shocked the Vikings. Raquel Perez had eight kills and two blocks, Shannon Schiffler had five kills and Jamie Hanson had 18 service points for the Crusaders who improved to 30. The Vikings slipped to 31.

Lady Devils Crack Oak Knoll, 20

The Westfield High School field hockey team shutout Oak Knoll, 20, in Westfield on September 23. Captains Paige Corbett and Val Wicks each scored a goal in the first half. Kristen Leonardis provided an assist. Goalie Jen Woodbury recorded her 13th career shutout as the Blue Devils upped their record to 21. Oak Knolls dropped to 02.

Oak Knoll 0 0 0 Westfield 2 0 2

PUBLIC NOTICE

UNION COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS

NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD

Date Adopted: September 23, 1999 Public Notice is hereby given that the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders has awarded a contract without competitive bidding as a professional service or extraordinary, unspecifiable service pursuant to N. J. S. A. 40A: 115( 1)( a). This contract and the resolution authorizing it is available for public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of the Board.

RESOLUTION NO.: 135099 AWARDED TO: EPICARE, Inc., 111 Lane Avenue, West Caldwell, New Jersey.

SERVICES: To provide consultation and inservice training in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Strategies at Runnels Specialized Hospital.

COST: In an amount of $6,000.

PERIOD: September 1, 1999 through August 31, 2000.

M. Elizabeth Genievich Clerk of the Board 1 T – 09/ 30/ 99, The Leader Fee: $22.95

PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF WESTFIELD BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

Notice is hereby given that the Westfield Board of Adjustment adopted Resolutions at its September 13, 1999 meeting for the following applications heard at its August 9, 1999 meeting:

1. Steven and Ingrid Eng, 221 Avon Road for permission to retain the currently existing shed in the rear yard – granted as amended with conditions.

2 Paul and Patricia Tice, One Breeze Knoll Drive seeking permission to erect a front porch consisting of a stoop and a wooden overhang – granted. 3. Harrison R. Watson, Jr., 702 East

Broad Street seeking permission to demolish an existing twocar garage and replace it with a new twocar garage in the same location – granted. 4. Robert Bernson and Jane Kessler,

767 Central Avenue seeking permission to replace their current free standing sign with a larger sign – granted as amended with conditions. 5. David and Natalie Zornitsky, 842

Standish Avenue seeking permission to erect a one story addition -– granted.

Colleen Mayer, Secretary Board of Adjustment 1 T – 9/ 30/ 99, The Leader Fee: $28.56

PUBLIC NOTICE

UNION COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS

NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD

Date Adopted: September 23, 1999 Public Notice is hereby given that the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders has awarded a contract without competitive bidding as a professional service or extraordinary, unspecifiable service pursuant to N. J. S. A. 40A: 115( M). This contract and the resolution authorizing it is available for public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of the Board.

RESOLUTION NO.: 133899 AWARDED TO: Hartford Fidelity and Bonding Company, 101 Southhall Lane, P. O. Box 948000, Maitland, Florida.

SERVICES: To renew the Public Official Bond for Mary Trowbridge, Acting Surrogate.

PERIOD: Effective August 24, 1999 through August 24, 2000.

COST: At a cost not to exceed $200. M. Elizabeth Genievich

Clerk of the Board 1 T – 09/ 30/ 99, The Leader Fee: $22.95

PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF WESTFIELD

PLANNING BOARD

Notice is hereby given that the Westfield Planning Board at its meeting on September 13, 1999 memorialized the following Board action on August 2, 1999 re:

998( V) GEORGE M. HARBT, 931 (and 917) RAHWAY AVENUE SEEKING PRELIMINARY MAJOR SUBDIVISION OF LOT NOS. 62 AND 63 OF BLOCK NO. 4702 – approved with conditions.

Kenneth B. Marsh Secretary 1 T – 9/ 03/ 99, The Leader Fee: $14.28

PUBLIC NOTICE

UNION COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS

NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD

Date Adopted: September 23, 1999 Public Notice is hereby given that the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders has awarded a contract without competitive bidding as a professional service or extraordinary, unspecifiable service pursuant to N. J. S. A. 40A: 115( 1)( a). This contract and the resolution authorizing it is available for public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of the Board.

RESOLUTION NO.: 134799 (Amending Resolution No. 25799) AWARDED TO: Susan Totte, O. D., 15 Whitney Drive, Berkeley Heights, New Jersey.

SERVICES: To provide optometric services for inpatient/ residents at Runnells Specialized Hospital.

COST: In an amount not to exceed $200, for a total contract amount not to exceed $800.

PERIOD: May 1, 1999 through April 30, 2000.

M. Elizabeth Genievich Clerk of the Board 1 T – 09/ 30/ 99, The Leader Fee: $24.99

Devil Girls Swamp Soccer Tigers, 70

Nary a shot on goal were the Linden High School girls soccer team allowed as the Westfield girls breezed to an easy 70 victory in Westfield on September 27. Senior Kristen Salmond led the Blue Devils with two goals. Stacy Donahue, Jen Hayes, Morgan Lang, Gwyn Lederman and Val Griffeth added one goal each for the Blue Devils who jumped to 302. The Tigers stumbled to 22.

David B. Corbin for The Leader and The Times THE RETURN… Blue Devil second singles player Brittany Miller returns the serve during her match with Raider Cara Bristol.

David B. Corbin for The Leader and The Times THE SERVE… Blue Devil first singles player Katie Richards makes a serve in her game against Raider Carolyn Pilkington.

David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times MAKING A WICKED SERVE… Raider first singles player Carolyn Pilkington makes a wicked serve against Blue Devil opponent Katie Richards.

David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times HEADING OFF A COUGAR… Blue Devil Ralph Rapuano, right, heads off the path of a Cougar in the game with Cranford on September 22.

David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times SETTING UP THE BLOCKS… Blue Devils Joey Saunders, No. 62, and Mike Mroz, No. 22, set up blocks to open a hole for their running back.

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