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The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES
A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION
Union County Senior 50+
Softball League Standings
SOCCER CHAMPIONS…The Westfield U14 Girls Travel Soccer Team finished
in first place in their flight within the MNJYSA league. Pictured, left to right, are:
front row; Emma Lysek, Katherine Fischer and Charlotte Russo; second row,
Coach Ric Shiarella, Leigh Heinbokel, Emily Suriano, Rachel Hertzberg, Jessie
Murray, Lillian Russo, Jessica Zucker and Coach Jay Troutman; third row,
Coach Dominic DiGiorgio, Giana DiGiorgio, Reilly Shiarella, Ashley Dietz, Emily
Ince, Jessica Ciampa, Halsey Urban, Kristi Troutman and Sian Scott. (Not
pictured: Trainer Yvette Broderick).
WF Flag Football
Registration Set
The Westfield PAL has set registrations for the upcoming flag football
season. All games are played on Saturday morning at Tamaques Park in
Westfield.
On September 12, the season will
open with a minicamp, which will be
held at Tamaques Park between Fields
1 and 2. Players ages 6 to 8 should
report at 8:30 a.m. and will continue
until 10 a.m. Players ages 9 to 11 and
12 to 14 should report at 10:30 a.m.
and will continue until noon. A draft
will be held right after minicamp for
the 9 to 11 and 12 to 14 age groups.
All players should report to minicamp
in tee shirt, shorts and cleats. Metal
cleats are not permitted.
Coaches and volunteers are needed.
If there are any questions, call George
Lanzano (732) 310-8719 or John
Dugan (908) 764-1327. To register,
go to westfieldpalfootball.com and
follow the instructions for flag football. Individuals are not required to
become a member of active.com in
order to register a son or daughter for
flag football.
WTA Open Doubles
Ladder Standings:
1 Weldon Chin/Rich Pardo (4-1)
2 Don Dohm/Chris Wendel (2-2)
3 Mike Gonnella/Bill Wilhelm (4-2)
4 Steven Lee/Chris Farella (0-2)
5 John Mancini/Max Mancini (1-1)
6 Peter Lyons/Yun Won Cho (0-4)
Irondi Aliche/Mike McGlynn
Thomas Brennan/Rich Stewart
Erik Bronander/David Tibbals
Joe Buda/Anthony Marotta
Manny Erlich/Michael Muroff
Christopher Farella/Steven Lee
Warren Friss/Zac Friss
Joshua Suri/Dave Cappiello
( ) indicates W-L record
WTA Open Singles
Tennis Ladder Told
Stan Klaus kept his hold on the top
spot with a 6-1, 7-6 (5) win over
Andrew Federbusch. Cristina
Newsome maintained the second spot
with a 10-4 win over Weldon Chin.
Richard Pardo moved up to third with
a 2-6, 7-6 (2), 7-4 win over Chin, who
slipped to fourth after the losses to
Newsome and Pardo and a 10-5 win
over Joshua Suri. Paul Newsome
gained fifth after a 6-1, 6-2 win over
Andrew Skalkin. Suri remains the
most active member with 18 matches
played on the season. The next reporting period ends on July 5. Report
all match activity to Richard Pardo at
[email protected]
1. Stan Klaus(3)* 31. Daniel Ives(4)*
2. C Newsome(3)* 32. Dave Tibbals(2)
3. Rich Pardo(10)* 33. Olga Yee (5)*
4. Weldon Chin(7)* 34. Mike Gonella(2)*
5. P Newsome(4)* 35. Joe Donnolo
6. A Federbusch(6)*36. Mike Muroff(1)
7. Andy Skalkin(9)*37. Ethan Krell
8. Rob Errazo(3)* 38. Vince Camuto
9. Tuyen Diep(12)* 39. Mike Manders
10. Fran Adriaens(4) 40. Andy Cohen(3)
11. Tony Marotta(3)*41. Ben Chen (1)
12. I Bouchouev(7)* 42. Don Dohm (1)
13. T Bigosinski(5)* 43. Henry Williams
14. Tom Bauer (6)* 44. Manny Erlich
15. Chris Miller (3)* 45. Zac Friss
16. Chris Bonn (2) 46. Don Beal (1)*
17. Joe Buda (9)*
47. A Haddad(4)*
18. Rich Stewart
48. Hong Jiang (2)*
19. Josh Suri(18)* 49. Todd Krell
20. C. Wendel(3)* 50. Rich Boland
21. Dave Ferio(5)* 51. Sravan Emany
22. Warren Friss(1) 52. R.-Lafemina(3)*
23. Nate Weiss(7)* 53. Mitch Mankin(1)
24. Steven Lee (1)* 54. Ernest Jacob
25. E Bronander(3)* 55. Peter Lyons
26. Doug Loffredo 56. Lane Maloney
27. Bill Wilhelm (2) 57. J Tannenbaum
28. Andy Ross (7)* 58. Steven Natko
29. Chris Farella(2)* 59. Marc Rappoport
30. B Zweiback(4)* 60. Doug Walters
61. Jackie Walters
( ) cumulative matches played
*Match played in reporting period
50+ DIVISION A (As of June 21:)
TEAM
W L
Babooshka
7
1
Buffy’s Tavern
7
2
Awnings Galore
8
3
American Legion/LLG
6
4
S.M.C.
3
6
D&K Associates
1
8
50+ DIVISION B:
TEAM
W L
JTD Construction
6
3
Molly Maguire’s
6
3
Linda’s Driftwood Bar
5
4
Contact Lens & Vision
3
6
Iceman’s Karaoke
2
7
Northwestern Mutual
1
8
SUPER SENIORS DIVISION:
TEAM
W L
Kilkenny House
11
0
TLC
7
4
Creative Industries
7
4
LA Law
5
6
The Office
3
8
Associated Auto Parts
0 11
Kilkenny House 5, LA Law 4
Kilkenny House scored three runs
in the seventh, including a walk off
bases-loaded base on balls.
TLC 13, LA Law 6
Fred DiMartino was the winning
pitcher and went 3-for-3. Bruce
Symon 3-for-3 (triple) and Ray Meigs
had two hits (triple) for TLC. Wayne
Michaels stellar play at third base led
a TLC defense that thwarted several
Lawmen scoring opportunities.
Creative Industries 16, The Office 7
Creative Industries erupted for six in
the fourth inning. Tom Lombardi picked
up the win in relief and also contributed
two hits and an RBI. Creative Industries’Larry Berra,Art Kopacz and Frank
Cavaliaro went 2-for-2, while Bill
Reichle had a triple and two RBI.
PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS
ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on
JULY 9, 2009, at 7:30 pm, in the Municipal
Building, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains,
the Zoning Board of Adjustment will hold a
Public Hearing in the first floor Council
Chambers to consider the following appeal:
Michael & Susan Greaney, for a variance in order to convert a portion of the
existing two-car garage into additional living space at property located at 1940
Inverness Drive, Block 10902, Lot 5, R2 Zone, from the following section of the
Zoning Ordinance:
Section 23-2.3(1)4 - Off-Street Parking
Facilities; Required: 20 feet x 20 feet 2-car
garage; Proposed: 1-car garage
All interested persons may be present
and be heard. The file pertaining to these
applications are in the Office of the Zoning
Board of Adjustment, 430 Park Avenue,
2nd Floor, Scotch Plains and is available
for public inspection during regular office
hours.
Barbara Horev, Secretary
Zoning Board of Adjustment
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Kilkenny House 18, Associated Auto
Parts 0
American Legion/LLG 17, SMC 8
The entire American Legion squad
contributed offensively. Willie Jackson, with a three-run, 340-foot home
run, Al Betau, Tommy MacDermant
and Dave Powers led LLG.
Linda’s Driftwood Bar 15, Iceman’s
Karaoke 5
Linda’s Driftwood Bar Joe Sarica had
three hits, Joe Adase added two triples,
Jack Helfrich homered and pitcher Gary
Provenzano struck out four and walked
none.Thedefenseturnedtwodoubleplays.
Molly Maguire’s 12, Contact Lens
& Vision 8
The Mollys came back from a 5-2
deficit. Pat Ahern went 4-for-4 for the
Mollys, who had 19 singles. Glen Zuhl,
Dave Drechsel (3 RBI), John Allen and
Al Burton each contributed two hits. Bill
Hinkle was the winning pitcher. Lensmen
Gerard McDermott, Ray Yarussi and
Dan Mulligan had three hits apiece.
Awnings Galore 8, Buffy’s Tavern 7
Awnings Galore scored twice in
the top of the seventh and held for the
win. Five double plays – three by
Awnings Galore – were recorded. Bob
Rahnenfuhrer (4- for-4), Brian
Granstrand (2-for-3, sacrifice fly, 3
RBI), Bruce Crawford (2-for-3, walk,
2 RBI), Tom Pasko (hit, walk, sacrifice fly, 2 RBI), Ray Meigs (triple)
and Dave Waxtel (2-for-3, including
a key hit in the seventh) led Awnings
Galore. Buffy’s Tavern Don Pencinger
pitched well, while John Fessock had
two hits and Neil Iaccarino tripled.
JTD Construction 17, Northwestern Mutual 11
PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS
ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on
JULY 9, 2009, at 7:30 pm, in the Municipal
Building, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains,
the Zoning Board of Adjustment will hold a
Public Hearing in the first floor Council
Chambers to consider the following appeal:
Michael Ashworth, for a variance in
order to construct a six (6) foot fence in the
front yard at property known as 2066
Church Avenue, Block 2402, Lot 11, R-3A
Zone contrary to the following section of
the Zoning Ordinance:
Section 23-2.3(o), Allowed: 4 feet; Proposed: 6 feet.
All interested persons may be present
and be heard.
The file pertaining to this application is in
the Office of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, 430 Park Avenue, 2nd Floor, Scotch
Plains and is available for public inspection during regular office hours.
Barbara Horev, Secretary
Zoning Board of Adjustment
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Golf teaching pro Gary Ostrega
Instructor Discusses How
To Smooth Out the Rough
By GARY OSTREGA
Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and The Times
Watching the US Open at the Black
course, I am reminded of the conditions off the fairways and greens that
the players must play from.
The USGA is notorious for challenging the players for less than ideal
shots. All, who compete at this level,
seem to do it without a great deal of
effort. Clearly, the secret is strength
combined with tour level speed. Even
with those qualities in hand knowing
one’s limitations is perhaps the greatest key to success.
Notice how my shoes are not visible in the attached picture and the
ball is similarly hidden. My heart
says, in this situation, to rip it out but
my experience suggests to put it back
in play and go from there. The purpose of this article is to go beyond the
obvious difficulty of the situation and
give some tips for success.
The preferred method is to open
PUBLIC NOTICE
Publication Of Notice Of LLC Dissolution Notice is hereby given that CLEAN
AS COULD BE RMD, LLC, a New Jersey
Limited Liability Company (the “LLC”) has
dissolved effective on September 12, 2008.
All persons with claims against the LLC
are required to present written proof of
same in accordance with this notice. Claims
must be filed with the LLC at the following
address: Robert Berkowitz, 16 Fernhill
Road, Springfield, New Jersey, 07081.
Each claim must include the name and
address of the claimant, the basis for and
amount of each claim (in sufficient detail to
permit the LLC to make a reasonable
judgment whether the claim should be
accepted or rejected) and the date or
dates on which each claim arose. Claims
against the LLC must be filed on or before
January 15, 2010.
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the face of the club and play an out in
slicing motion, which reduces the
chances of the club getting stuck in
the rough. Grip pressure should be
slightly tighter and consistent to the
finish. Position the ball further back
in your stance and swing the club
more vertically. Additionally, more
lofted clubs provide the best chance
to get out safely. Hybrids are great for
this. Depending on the yardage for
the situation, the intelligent player
will put the shot in position for the
next shot at a comfortable distance to
knock the next one tight to the pin.
Having competed in several USGA
championships, I recommend to think
before you hit. Select a club with
perhaps more loft than necessary for
the distance at hand and reduce risk
by laying up to a yardage that you can
proceed with minimal risk.
Gary Ostrega, PGA, is the director
of instruction at Hyatt Hills Golf
Complex in Clark. For instruction,
call (732) 669-9100.
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE/AUCTION
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with N.J.S.A. 39:4-56.6, application
has been made to the Chief Administrator
of the Motor Vehicle Commission, Trenton, New Jersey, to receive title papers
authorizing the sale for, Make - Ford Mustang, Year - 1968, VIN/Hull Identification
Number 8FO3C218792. Objections, if any,
should be made in writing immediately to
the Chief Administrator of the Motor Vehicle Commission, Special Title Unit, P.O.
Box 017, Trenton, New Jersey 086660017.
Darin D. Pinto, Esq.
Attorney for Property Owner
Matthew J. Costello
376 South Avenue East
Westfield, New Jersey 07090
(908) 317-9405
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