D Team Rumbles - The Westfield Leader

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The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES
Thursday, October 9, 2014
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Cougars, ALJ Tie in Field Hockey
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girl who is playing very well for us
right now. She is just an all-around,
smart, talented player. Marth Hurley
is a freshman who just came up from
the jayvee this week and she has been
doing a good job for us. I was confident enough in her to put her in the
game during the overtime. Of course,
our goaltender Katrina Polyviou is
playing well for us too. This is her
first year with the varsity team. I
think we are okay on the defensive
side. We need to tighten things up on
the offensive part of our game.”
In the overtime period, Leu managed a decent shot attempt from the
left side that Johnson goaltender Francisco managed to swat away with
5:30 remaining. Junior Ava Laverty
had a pair of opportunities to score on
shot attempts with 4:54 and 4:30 remaining, respectively. Francisco who
clearly was her team’s MVP on this
day saved both shots.
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CRASHING THROUGH THE LINE...Following the lead blocks of Mac Prybylski,
No. 28, and Matthew Shinners, No. 47, fullback Sebastian Birse, No. 7, crashes
through the Morristown defensive line and into the secondary. The Westfield
PAL Football C-Team went on to defeat Morristown 12-0 and remains undefeated on the year with a record of 4-0.
Courtesy of Laura Ortiz for The Westfield Leader and The Times
RACE TO THE ENDZONE...Westfield Freshman football team wide receiver
Aidan Boland, No. 81, hauls in a 47-yard touchdown reception in a 24-0 victory
over Linden on October 3 at Kehler Stadium.
Westfield PAL ‘B’ Stops
Mo-town Grid Kids, 32-20
WF PAL ‘D’ Team Rumbles
Over Mo-town Grid Kids
The Westfield PAL Football D
Team continued its winning ways
with a decisive 41-6 victory over
Morristown on October 5 at Kehler
Stadium in Westfield.
Westfield took the opening drive
65 yards for an early score. Jalen
Simpson capped off the drive with a
30-yard scamper for the touchdown.
Steven Angeli, Jack Barker, James
Csorba also scored touchdowns. Tyler
Sontz and Nick Deis also contributed
to the running game. Sontz reached
the end zone for the first time this
season on an extra point conversion.
The Defense was also impressive,
holding Morristown without a first
down until the third quarter. Trey
Constantinou had a breakout perfor-
mance at cornerback, recording three
tackles and an interception. Coach
Peter Gialluisi also highlighted the
strong play on the defensive line by
Logan Howland and the aggressive
play by safety James Haley as key
performances in the game.
“We only have 22 boys on our
roster, but every one of them contributes,” noted coach Gialluisi. “We have
22 very good football players and
who ever we plug in, they are getting
the job done.”
Westfield is now 4-0 on the season.
Their next opponent is Sayre Woods
South this Sunday, October 12, in
Old Bridge. Sayre Woods, also 4-0,
will be a considerable test for the
Blue Devlis.
D. Blair Corbin’s Memory Lane
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proved its No. 1 status by trampling
No. 5 Kearny in Scotch Plains. The
high pace began just before junior
Ryan Breznitsky connected on a direct kick midway into the first half to
tie the game. Junior Josh Kay netted
a first-half goal and sophomore Sean
McNelis added the cushion in the
second half.
October 5, 2001: Spectacular heroics on the part of both teams had all the
fans on the edge of their seats every
second of the game but the result was
an emotionally draining 40-35 victory
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by the Raider footballers over Linden.
Kyle Adams rumbled 136 yards on 15
carries, including a 31-yard TD run
that proved to be the game winner.
Adams had an 85-yard punt return for
a TD. Additionally, he had an 87-yard
kickoff return for a TD nullified due to
a personal foul. Quarterback Brian
Schiller completed 14 of 26 for 147
yards and two TDs. Fullback Andrew
Pavoni had two TDs. Wide receiver
Steve Williams had eight receptions
for 108 yards and a TD and Josh
Finkelstein had a TD reception.
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Courtesy of Marlene Iacoponi for The Westfield Leader and The Times
FAMILY AFFAIR...Will Horner, CDT CPL, F Company, 1st regiment, Class of
2017, U.S Military Academy at West Point, along with his uncle, Westfield PAL
A team coach Paul Harbaugh.
WF PAL A Plays Chatham
At U.S. Military Academy
The Westfield and Chatham 8th
grade football A Team’s were invited
to play in a scrimmage at the U.S.
Military Academy at West Point on
October 4.
The Westfield and Chatham players, coaches and families tailgated
together before the events and were
able to explore the grounds at Trophy
Point. The players then watched the
Black Knights of Army defeat the
Ball State Cardinals. The scrimmage
followed on the field at West Point’s
Michie Stadium.
Unfortunately, rain cancelled most
of the pre-game pageantry associated with an Army home game, but
the rain stopped and the sun appeared,
as if “on queue”, just as the scrimmage started.
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TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTY FOR
NONPAYMENT OF TAXES, ASSESSMENTS AND/OR OTHER MUNICIPAL LIENS
Public notice is hereby given that I, Lori Majeski, Collector of Taxes of the Township of Scotch Plains, County of Union will sell at public
auction on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2014 in the Municipal Court, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey at 9:00 o’clock in the
morning or at such later time and place to which said sale may then be adjourned, all of the several lots and parcels of land assessed
to the respective persons whose names are set opposite each respective parcel as the owner thereof for the total amount of municipal
liens chargeable against said lands respectively, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 54:5-1, et seq. as computed to the 28th DAY OF
OCTOBER 2014.
Take further notice that the hereinafter described lands will be sold for the amount of municipal liens chargeable against each parcel
of said land assessed as one parcel, together with interest and costs to the date of the sale. Said lands will be sold at the lowest rate
of interest bid, but in no case in excess of 18%. Payments for said parcels shall be made prior to the conclusion of the sale in the form
of cash, certified check or money order or other method previously approved by the Tax Collector or the property will be resold. Properties
for which there are no other purchasers shall be struck off and sold to the Township of Scotch Plains at an interest rate of 18%.
At any time before the sale I will accept payment of the amount due on any property with interest and costs. Payment must be in the
form of cash, certified check or money order.
Industrial properties may be subject to the Spill Compensation and Control Act (N.J.S.A. 58-10-23.11 et seq.), the Water Pollution
Control Act (N.J.S.A. 58-:10A-1 et seq.) and the Industrial Site Recovery Act (N.J.S.A. 13:1K-6 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
of the site.
In the event that the owner of the property is on Active Duty in the Military Service, the Tax Collector should be notified immediately.
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Cadet Will Horner, Class of 2017,
from Wilson, N.C., joined the
Westfield players on the sideline. Will
is the son of Patty (Harbaugh) Horner,
WHS Class of 1979. Cadet Will Butler, Class of 2016, from Wake Forest,
N.C., was able to greet the Westfield
Team but was on duty and unable to
spend the day with them. Will is the
son of Kathleen (Harbaugh) Butler,
WHS Class of 1983. Both Cadets are
nephews of Westfield A Team coach
Paul Harbaugh.
Westfield Head Coach Tony
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saying, “I’m so happy our young
men had a chance to experience West
Point. It is one of the finest Universities in the Country, focused on producing tomorrow’s leaders.”
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The Westfield PAL “B” football
team remained undefeated with a 3220, win over Morristown on October
5. A strong passing and running game
and a stingy defense provided the
Blue Devils with their fourth victory
of the season.
Touchdown passes from Hank
Shapiro to Timmy Alliegro, Ryan
Smith, and Jake Zrebiec and from
Alliegro to Henry Meiselman provided the bulk to the scoring. The
offense moved the ball effectively all
day with Colin Freer, Justin Chambliss
and Jack Love also racking up solid
yardage running or catching the ball.
The swarming Westfield defense
frustrated Morristown all day as Colin
Elliott had an interception, Griffin
Rooney had interception that he also
returned for a touchdown, Matt
O’Connor recovered a fumble and
Jonny Bracco, Josh Schuttevaer, Brian
Mikovits, Chris Larkin, Luke Hoerle,
Eric Daaleman, Colin Sumner, Danny
Varano, Kevin Stokes, Bryan Felter,
Noah Dengler, and Reid Colwell recorded tackles and broke up pass
attempts.
Next up for the PAL B team will be
an away game against a tough squad
from Sayre Woods South.
BREAKING AWAY FOR A TD…Henry Meiselman, No. 88, catches a long pass
from Tim Alliegro and runs down the sideline for a touchdown in Westfield PAL
“B” team’s 32-20 victory over Morristown.
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TS
S
S
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S
T
TS
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
T
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
T
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
T
S
S
S
S
S
S
T
S
S
S
S
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S
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S
TS
S
S
S
S
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TS
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
TS
S
S
T
S
T
TS
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
TS
S
10,678.38
207.39
316.36
108.66
9,222.26
316.89
207.39
110.03
156.36
1,624.11
21,055.62
295.47
175.44
327.29
289.28
302.07
302.02
207.39
287.69
313.65
204.28
322.26
10,027.65
292.95
159.51
290.51
297.67
155.15
319.28
15.62
297.43
154.55
294.36
3,398.79
163.00
303.03
157.34
207.39
204.28
155.78
159.59
320.76
205.02
292.17
163.38
302.07
166.03
8,643.54
299.54
298.77
291.08
300.97
154.08
299.54
11,658.23
20.60
207.39
158.43
294.91
302.07
207.39
160.93
154.08
316.82
21.04
27,812.71
207.39
157.89
155.71
153.54
297.05
302.02
13,343.62
164.40
16.29
207.39
296.29
308.67
264.66
319.70
6,777.29
296.57
155.55
22,835.66
310.86
1,245.56
64.48
150.64
339.45
313.68
321.40
304.47
160.60
154.14
158.97
4,024.53
239.12
( CHARGE LEGEND: T=Taxes F=Fox-Lance, I=S.I.D., W=Water S=Sewer, O=Other Munic. )
4 T - 10/02, 10/09, 10/16 & 10/23/14, The Times
Lori Majeski,
Collector of Taxes
Fee: $1970.64
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