A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES SPF PAL A & B Teams Hand Cougar Grid Kids 1st Loss Two undefeated Cranford football teams experienced their first loss at the hands of the Scotch PlainsFanwood PAL A and B squads this past Sunday in Cranford. The SPF A Raiders scored a 28-12 knockout in a battle of two undefeated squads, while the SPF B team gained an 18-6 victory to improve to 1-2-1. The SPF A team improved to 4-0. The SPF D White team posted a an 18-13 victory, the C team dropped a 6-0 verdict and the E team was outscored by Cranford. No official scores are recorded on the E level. Meanwhile in Old Bridge, the SPF D Blue team was a 19-6 victim to Sayre Woods South. The A Raiders rallied to score twice and went into halftime tied at 12-12 with Cranford. Anthony Porter kept on an 18-yard TD run and Jonathan Ramos dashed 20 yards for a TD. Will Watson and Gus Barco. The SPF D White team attack was steered by quarterback Ricky Watt. Anthony Robinson scored all three touchdowns, receiving strong blocking from Zack Harmer, Michael Judge, Thomas Ricci, Michael Banic and Luke Regan. The defense also shined behind Tyrell Weir-Johnson, TJ Tibbals, Christian Tardi, Thomas Schmidt, Ronan Yawger and Ben Cohen. In the 6-0 loss to Cranford, Shawn Martin, Brendan Ong, Jack Manville and Marshall Young ran hard for the C team Raiders, while Hayden Widder completed several passes to his running backs as well as a firstdown completion to shifty tight end Max Oross. Defensively, Brighton Easterling, Max Salameh, Alex Laucik and Alex Werkheiser stood tall on the line, while linebackers Kyle Wester and Nate Sta CALLING THE SIGNALS...Quarterback Hayden Widder calls the signals for the Scotch Plains-Fanwood PAL C team this past Sunday in Cranford. The Raiders dominated the second half. Ramos raced outside, shed a tackler and then sprinted 60 yards for the TD. Charlie Fugett’s first of two PAT kicks was good and the Raiders led 20-12. Alex Oslislo, who had a 40yard TD nullified in the fourth quarter, blasted two yards for the TD later in the fourth quarter to ice the victory. Linemen Tom Nakonechny, Bill Root and Mat Fazzino, linebacker Noah Costanzo and cornerback Danny Wright were the stalwarts of the SPF defense. The Raider B team and Cranford were also drawn in a tie at the half, 66, as Aidan Guma scooted 40 yards for a TD. Guma struck twice for TD runs in the second half. Delivering big games in the victory were Jake Hahn, Elisha Bryant, Eric Berkins, Nick Johns, Nolan O’Connor, Jimmy McNichol, Nick Belford, Carter Slifer, Justin Clark, Jayson Williams, Rosa clogged the inside and cornerbacks Sam Oross and Ryan Duthie were busy stopping Cranford in its attempts to hit the edge all game. In Old Bridge, the D Blue team received a 60-yard scoring sprint from Matt Power against Sayre Woods South. Tommy Wright, Mikey Kloepfer, Jake Monroy, Isiah Nathaniel and Ethan Costanzo ran hard for the Raiders. Jacob Eitmanas, Colin Clarke, Gabe Barco, Jack Pares, Connor Kent and Aidan Fletcher provided solid blocking. The D Blue team defense was led by Ben Root, who recovered a fumble, Joe Monaco, Josh Madera, Jake DeGaetano, Robert Koch, Tom Savocca, Omar Casimiro and Josh Sokolsky. In the E level game, Keere Rawles scored twice for the Raiders, who also received fine running from Vincent Amato. Matt Nervi and Drew Bartley were the defensive standouts. Thursday, October 9, 2014 Page 17 Recent Home Sales For more info see: http://clerk.ucnj.org/UCPA/DocIndex Westfield: 08/18/14 Courtesy of Marlene Iacoponi for The Westfield Leader and The Times SCORING THE TD... Westfield A player Matt McIntyre, No. 19, scores his second touchdown of the game as Westfield defeats Morristown 14-8 WF PAL A Gridders Notch Win over Mo-Town, 14-8 The Westfield PAL A football team notched it first win of the season, beating the Morristown Wildcats 148 at Gary Kehler Stadium on October 5. Early on, Michael Fuccillo picked off a Morristown pass at midfield and returned it to the Morristown 23-yard line. Matt McIntyre ran the ball three times, scoring a touchdown from 18 yards out. The conversion failed. In the second quarter, with Morristown punting from deep in its own end, the punter muffed the snap and Tucker Siegal tackled him on the one-yard line. After a penalty and a few plays, facing a fourth-and-goal from the two, quarterback Aidan Gilman threw a screen pass to Matt McIntyre for the touchdown. Thomas DeRosa split the uprights for the conversion and Westfield led 14-0 at the half. Westfield’s defense held Morristown scoreless in the first half due to key tackles by Koury Kania, DeRosa, Thomas Norris, Marquise Ellerbe, Griffin Aslanian and McIntyre. Emmett Smith, Adam Perry and Ethan Wolf contributed from the secondary. Morristown added a fourth quarter touchdown and had one more chance with only seconds left, but Ethan Wolf intercepted a deep pass as time expired. After the game, Head Coach Tony Catanzaro commented, “Our defense played excellent today, clean tackles and we created our turnovers. Good to get our first win, but time to get ready for Sayre Wood South next week”. The 1-3 A Team takes on Sayre Wood South in Old Bridge, on October 12, with kickoff at 1:45 PM. Peter and Gin Lee to John JM and Ashley H. Sarokhan, 136 Madison Avenue, West, $965,000. Joseph and Julia Giordano to Stuart and Tara Glassmith, 220 Brightwood Avenue, $1,025,000. Christina C. Frega to Fox and Foxx Development LLC., 212 Eaglecroft, $387,500. Thomas P. 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