Cougars Rise to 6-0, Trample Hillside Comet Gridders, 40-6

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Thursday, October 23, 2014
The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES
A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION
SCHETELICH 4 TDs, LEONARD FUMBLE RETURN TD
Blue Devils Stop
Raider V-ballers
Cougars Rise to 6-0, Trample
Hillside Comet Gridders, 40-6
Prepared By DAVID B. CORBIN
Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and The Times
One week after knocking the
Voorhees Vikings from the ranks of
the unbeaten, the Cranford High
School Cougars football team upped
its record to 6-0 with a 40-6 trampling of the Hillside Comets in Hillside on October 18.
Junior quarterback Jack Schetelich
made the Hillside end zone seem like
home as he penetrated it four times
with respective touchdown runs of
two yards, 10 yards, 49 yards and a
capping 90-yard touchdown sprint.
Schetelich finished with 203 rushing
yards on just 11 carries. He also completed five of eight passes for 37
yards.
The Cougars totaled 460 yards with
357 yards on the ground and 103 in
the air. On a fake punt, junior Joe
Norton initiated a 66-yard pass play
to senior wide receiver Donte Anderson (10 yards plus a 56-yard fumble
recovery and run into the end zone by
Sean Leonard). Norton also had a
seven-yard reception and kicked four
points after touchdown.
The Cougars had the luxury of using several of their reserves on offense. Sophomore running back Brian
McGovern carried twice for 92 yards,
which included an 84-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Sophomore Patrick Hoey had four carries
for 19 yards and senior Jake Palumbo
carried three times for 11 yards. Veteran senior Luke Christiano had five
carries for 26 yards and had one reception for minus two yards, and veteran Donavin Walker had three carries for 11 yards. Senior wide receiver Eric Donahue had three receptions for 32 yards.
The Comets were limited to 146
total yards, 88 in the air and 58 on the
ground thanks to the stubborn Cougars’ defensive swarming. Quarterback Fazion Rock completed nine of
18 passes for 85 yards, which included two interceptions. Quarterback Kevin Miller completed one pass
for three yards. Roger Bryant had a
36-yard reception. Josh Graham had
four receptions for 34 yards, Dan
PUBLIC NOTICE
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
CHANCERY DIVISION
UNION COUNTY
DOCKET NO. F-032736-14
FILE NO. 18878-14
NOTICE TO ABSENT DEFENDANT
(L.S.) STATE OF NEW JERSEY TO:
MARK SAVAGE;
QUEBECOR WORLDWIDE;
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND
REQUIRED to serve upon PELLEGRINO
AND FELDSTEIN, LLC, plaintiff’s attorneys, whose address is 290 Route 46
West, Denville, New Jersey, an Answer to
the Complaint filed in a Civil Action, in
which FWDSL & ASSOCIATES LP is the
plaintiff and OLIVER BROWN, ET ALS;
are defendants, pending in the Superior
Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division,
UNION County and bearing Docket No. F032736-14 within thirty-five (35) days after
October 23, 2014 exclusive of such date.
If you fail to answer or appear in accordance with Rule 4:4-6, Judgment by Default may be rendered against you for relief
demanded in the Complaint. You shall file
your Answer and Proof of Service in duplicate with the Clerk of the Superior Court of
New Jersey, Hughes Justice Complex CN 971, Trenton, New Jersey 08625, in
accordance with the Rules of Civil Practice
and Procedure.
You are further advised that if you are
unable to obtain an attorney you may communicate with the Lawyer Referral Service
of the County of Venue and that if you
cannot afford an attorney, you may communicate with the Legal Services Office of
the County of Venue. The telephone number of such agencies are as follows: Lawyer Referral Service 908-353-4715 - Legal
Services Office 908-354-4340.
THE ACTION has been instituted for the
purpose of foreclosing the following tax
sale certificate:
1. A certain tax certificate 101031, sold
on 6/19/2010, dated 6/11/2010, and was
recorded on 12/6/2010 in Book 13026 at
Page 350, made by MARIA GLAVAN,
Collector of Taxes of PLAINFIELD, and
State of New Jersey to CITY OF
PLAINFIELD and subsequently assigned
to plaintiff, FWDSL & ASSOCIATES LP on
5/14/2014 and was recorded on 6/3/2014
in Assignment Book 1416 at Page 886.
This covers real estate located in
PLAINFIELD, County of UNION, and State
of New Jersey, known as LOT 23 BLOCK
535 as shown on the Tax Assessment Map
and Tax Map duplicate of PLAINFIELD
and concerns premises commonly known
as R716-32 MONROE AVENUE,
PLAINFIELD, New Jersey.
YOU, MARK SAVAGE, are made party
defendant to the above foreclosure action
because on January 11, 1989, Mark Savage, recorded a Tax Sale Certificate bearing No. 88-195 against Brown, Oliver &
Carrie, for a debt of $5,347.18, sold on
December 21, 1988 for unpaid taxes/utility
charges for the year(s) 1987 recorded in
the UNION County Clerk’s/Register’s Office in Mortgage Book 3941 at page 980,
dated December 31, 1988. Said lien is
subordinate to the Tax Sale Certificate
being foreclosed herewith.
YOU, QUEBECOR WORLDWIDE, are
made party defendant to the above foreclosure action because on November 27,
2002, a judgment was entered in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Bergen County,
by Quebecor Worldwide against Oliver
Brown a/k/a Oliver C Brown, Individually t/
a Your Home Magazine a/k/a ECV LP
disclosing a debt in the amount of
$59,522.36. Said judgment was entered
as Judgment No. J-282706-2002. Said
judgment is subordinate to the Plaintiff’s
lien.
DATED: October 17, 2014
Michelle M. Smith, Clerk
Superior Court of New Jersey
PELLEGRINO & FELDSTEIN, L.L.C.
Denville Law Center
290 Route 46 West
Denville, New Jersey 07834
(973) 586-2300
1 T - 10/23/14, The Leader Fee: $81.09
Nunez had two for 12 yards and John
Mays had three for six yards. Running back Christian Branch carried
13 times for 38 yards, including a five
yard TD. Rock carried five times for
13 yards.
Senior defensive back Kevin Trotter made six tackles and assisted on
two. Christiano made four tackles,
assisted on three and added an interception. Junior defensive back Sean
Leonard made four tackles, and junior defensive lineman Will Fries made
two tackles with a sack and a throw
for a loss, and assisted on two. Lineman Nick Ballas made a tackle and
assisted on three, linebacker Colin
Scanlon had four assisted tackles and
linebacker Niko Cappello had a solo
tackle and assisted on 10.
McGovern made two tackles, while
Hoey and Anderson each had one,
and Lucas Ramadan had one tackle
throw for a loss. Linebacker Mike
Palumbo had a sack and two assisted
tackles. Sophomore defensive back
Ryan Bakie had one tackle, two assisted tackles and an interception.
Jake Matthews had two assisted tackles, Ethan Tom had three assists and
Donahue had a solo tackle and an
assist.
The Cougars’ first touchdown drive
covered 77 yards on 11 plays, concluded with Schetelich’s two-yard
scoot into the end zone. The twopoint conversion attempt failed. Later
in the first quarter, Christiano made
an interception that set up a five-play,
26-yard scoring drive when
Schetelich sprinted 10 yards for the
touchdown early in the second quarter, making the score, 13-0. Hillside’s
Branch answered with a five-yard
touchdown run, making the score at
the half, 13-6.
In the third quarter, Schetelich
capped a four-play, 57-yard march
with his 49-yard touchdown run to up
the score to 20-6, then Norton, on a
fake punt, passed to Anderson, who
fumbled after a 10-yard gain. Leonard
recovered the fumble and sprinted 56
yards for the touchdown.
In the fourth quarter, it took only
one play when Schetelich found the
seams and dashed 90 yards for the
touchdown then the final touchdown
took only two plays when McGovern
outran the Comets and soared 84 yards
for the touchdown.
The Cougars host Delaware Valley
tomorrow, Friday, October 24, at 7
p.m.
Cranford
Hillside
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Blue Devils Gymnasts Top
Summit Lady Hilltoppers
The Westfield High School gymnastics team improved its record to 80 with a 105.85-103.9 victory over
the Summit Hilltoppers in the final
dual meet of the season in Westfield
on October 14. The Blue Devils will
prepare to defend their title at the
Union County Tournament to be held
in Westfield tomorrow, Friday, October 24.
Against the Hilltoppers, the Blue
Devils received contributions from
junior Megan Troutman, freshman
Molly Greenberg, junior Lexi Holzer,
senior Mae Devin, freshman Alexis
Fasano and senior Jenna Rizkalla.
All Around: 1. Abby Claus 35.775
(S) 2. Noa Efron 33.7 (S) 3. Ginny
Collins 32.375 (S)
Vault: 1. Abby Claus 8.7 (S) 2.
Megan Mellilo 8.675 (W) 3. Hannah
Prieto 8.65 (W)
Uneven Bars: 1. Hannah Goldring
8.9 (W) 2. Carlie Fasano 8.85 (W) 2.
Alyssia Lopez 8.85 (S) 2. Abby Claus
8.85 (S)
Balance Beam: 1. Hannah
Goldring 9.45 (W) 2. Hannah Prieto
8.75 (W) 3. Sydney Keenan 8.7 (W)
Floor Exercise: 1. Abby Claus
9.375 (S) 2. Jessica Keenan 9.15 (W)
3. Sarah Fox 9.05 (W).
BridgeH2O Ends Blue Devils’
Winning Streak in Volleyball
The 14-3 Westfield High School
girls volleyball team’s winning streak
came to an end with a three set, 2523, 10-25, 25-13, setback to the 8-12
Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers in
Westfield on October 20.
PUBLIC NOTICE
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
CHANCERY DIVISION
UNION COUNTY
DOCKET NO. F-030710-14
FILE NO. 18876-14
NOTICE TO ABSENT DEFENDANT
(L.S.) STATE OF NEW JERSEY TO:
QUEBECOR WORLDWIDE;
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND
REQUIRED to serve upon PELLEGRINO
AND FELDSTEIN, LLC, plaintiff’s attorneys, whose address is 290 Route 46
West, Denville, New Jersey, an Answer to
the Complaint filed in a Civil Action, in
which FWDSL & ASSOCIATES LP is the
plaintiff and OLIVER BROWN, ET ALS;
are defendants, pending in the Superior
Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division,
UNION County and bearing Docket No. F030710-14 within thirty-five (35) days after
October 23, 2014 exclusive of such date.
If you fail to answer or appear in accordance with Rule 4:4-6, Judgment by Default may be rendered against you for relief
demanded in the Complaint. You shall file
your Answer and Proof of Service in duplicate with the Clerk of the Superior Court of
New Jersey, Hughes Justice Complex CN 971, Trenton, New Jersey 08625, in
accordance with the Rules of Civil Practice
and Procedure.
You are further advised that if you are
unable to obtain an attorney you may communicate with the Lawyer Referral Service
of the County of Venue and that if you
cannot afford an attorney, you may communicate with the Legal Services Office of
the County of Venue. The telephone number of such agencies are as follows: Lawyer Referral Service 908-353-4715 - Legal
Services Office 908-354-4340.
THE ACTION has been instituted for the
purpose of foreclosing the following tax
sale certificate:
1. A certain tax certificate 12-189, sold
on 12/6/2011, dated 12/8/2011, and was
recorded on 2/19/2014 in Book 13730 at
Page 907, made by MARIA GLAVAN,
Collector of Taxes of PLAINFIELD, and
State of New Jersey to CITY OF
PLAINFIELD and subsequently assigned
to plaintiff, FWDSL & ASSOCIATES LP on
5/14/2014 and was recorded on 6/3/2014
in Assignment Book 1416 at Page 884.
This covers real estate located in
PLAINFIELD, County of UNION, and State
of New Jersey, known as LOT 24 BLOCK
535 as shown on the Tax Assessment Map
and Tax Map duplicate of PLAINFIELD
and concerns premises commonly known
as 734-36 MONROE AVENUE,
PLAINFIELD, New Jersey.
YOU, QUEBECOR WORLDWIDE, are
made party defendant to the above foreclosure action because on November 27,
2002, a judgment was entered in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Bergen County,
by Quebecor Worldwide against Oliver
Brown a/k/a Oliver C Brown, Individually t/
a Your Home Magazine a/k/a ECV LP
disclosing a debt in the amount of
$59,522.36. Said judgment was entered
as Judgment No. J-282706-2002. Said
judgment is subordinate to the Plaintiff’s
lien.
DATED: October 17, 2014
Michelle M. Smith, Clerk
Superior Court of New Jersey
PELLEGRINO & FELDSTEIN, L.L.C.
Denville Law Center
290 Route 46 West
Denville, New Jersey 07834
(973) 586-2300
1 T - 10/23/14, The Leader Fee: $69.36
Blue Devil co-captain/setter Megan
Mondon finished with 12 service
points and three aces, 28 assists, 10
digsand three kills. Co-captain/outside hitter Olivia Manning notched
13 kills and added a pair of digs, and
co-captain Kaelyn Heard had a block
and a dig.
Libero Leigh Scarano had 11 digs,
nine service points and five aces.
Stephanie Borr banged eight kills
and added four digs and a block.
Lizzie Sottung had six digs and three
service points with three aces. Olivia
Meyer had five digs and a service
point. Dana Boretz had five digs and
two service points. Rachel Holt had
three kills, a block and three digs.
Rachel Mattessich had six kills, Gab
Cofone had four digs and Morgan
Biglin had two digs.
Emily Sullivan had 17 assists, six
digs, a block and a kill for the Panthers.
Amanda Stakevitch notched nine kills
and a block. Kasey Higgins had eight
digs and four kills. Alyssa Cichowski
had seven digs and an assist.
PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWN OF WESTFIELD
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
Notice is hereby given that Westfield
Board of Adjustment adopted resolutions
at its meeting on October 15, 2014 for the
following applications decided upon at its
meeting held on September 8, 2014:
Scott Giardina, 125 West Dudley Avenue. Applicant sought approval to construct a front porch contrary to Sections
12.03 C, D, & E and 12.04G of the Land
Use Ordinance to allow a front yard setback of 39.65 feet where a setback of 49
feet is required and to allow an all improvement coverage of 7,394 square feet where
a maximum of 7,200 square feet is allowed. Application denied.
Rachel & Mark Lipschutz 181 Lincoln
Road. Applicant sought approval to construct a six foot high fence in the front yard
contrary to Section 12.07C of the Land
Use Ordinance to allow a six foot fence
where a maximum fence height of 4 feet is
allowed. Application approved with conditions.
Gerard & Theresa Dinan, 141 Belmar
Terrace. Applicant sought approval to
construct a single story addition contrary
to Sections 11.09E5, 11.09E6, 12.04F1,
and 12.04F2 of the Land Use Ordinance to
allow a front yard setback of 29.2 feet
where a setback of + 31 feet is required; to
allow a side yard setback of 6.9 feet (5 feet
at the bump out) where a minimum setback of 10 feet is required; to allow a
building coverage of 20.2% where a maximum of 20% is allowed and to allow a
building coverage with a deck of 24%
where a maximum of 22% is allowed. Application approved with conditions.
David & Susan Chan, 956 Summit
Avenue. Applicant sought approval to
construct a garage dormer contrary to
Section 11.07E.7 of the Land Use Ordinance to allow a rear yard setback of 19
feet where a minimum of 35 feet is required. Application approved with conditions.
Plans and applications are on file in the
office of the Town Engineer, 959 North
Avenue West, Westfield, New Jersey and
may be seen Monday through Friday from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Kathleen Nemeth
Secretary, Board of Adjustment
1 T - 10/23/14, The Leader Fee: $48.96
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times
CRANFORD ATHLETES OF THE WEEK...Sophomore Connor Fitch was the
top finisher for Cranford with a personal best at the Union County Conference
Cross-Country championships last week. Senior Beth Fulton continues to be a
strong force on both offense and defense on the varsity volleyball team and will
help the Cougars as they head into the Union County Tournament this week.
SPF PAL Grid Kids Weather
Tough Battle against Sparta
In the five football games played at
Pope John High in Sparta on October
19, the Scotch Plains-Fanwood PAL
left with a 1-3-1 record.
The marque matchup was in the A
level when the Raiders and Sparta
Bears ended in a 14-14 tie. That game
was a rematch of last year’s B level
playoffs when Sparta upset the Raiders.
The undefeated SPF A team rallied
from a 6-0 deficit at halftime to come
away with a 5-0-1 record and remain
in first place in its division. The Raiders were sparked by the running of
Alex Oslislo, who rushed for 139
yards and scored both TDs. Charlie
Fugett’s successful PAT kick on the
second touchdown proved key.
Oslislo and fellow back Kyle
Estivene received study blocking
from linemen Nicky Smith, Billy
Root, Gianni Caro Esposito, Matt
Fazzino and Doug Tibbals. The defense also stood tall behind tackle Jay
Jay Sistrunk, linebacker Ryan
Johnson and backs Anthony Porter
and Danny Wright. Fazzino also kept
Sparta pinned deep in its own territory with his booming punts.
The Raider D White team opened
with its 24-6 victory. Zack Harmer,
Thomas Ricci, Thomas Schmidt and
Tyrell Weir-Johnson led the offense,
while the Raider defense stymied
Sparta behind Chase Alber, Ricky
Watt, Michael Judge, Anthony
Robinson and Quinn Jackson.
The SPF B team gained 185 yards
against Sparta, but the Bears posted a
30-7 victory. Elisha Bryant scored
the lone TD on a 10-yard run and
Aidan Guma provided the conversion point. The B team Raiders received solid play from Nolan
O’Connor, Harrison Wustefeld,
Hayden Waxman, Dan Elimiani,
Carter Slifer, Bobby Root, Jake Hahn,
Mike DiFrancesco and Justin Williams.
In the SPF C team’s 20-14 setback,
Kenny Yeager, Brighton Easterling,
Justin Handy and Alex Werkheiser
constantly penetrated Sparta’s offensive line, sacking the QB and tackling the runners for losses.
Also starring on defense were linebacker Kyle Wester, who created
mayhem all afternoon in the Sparta
backfield, and backs Ryan Duthie,
Kyle Sellinger and Sam Oross, who
secured the outside lanes and provided blanket pass coverage. Linebacker John Shults made a spectacular interception that gave the Raiders
a final shot to win or tie the game.
Jack Manville scored on a run from
one yard and Shawn Martin later
burst off a 65-yard scoring sprint in
the fourth period to provide the scor-
ing for the SPF C team. Hayden
Widder connected on some sweet
first-down passes when he hooked up
with Max Oross and Manville.
In the E level, Sparta outscored
SPF, two touchdowns to one. The
service line. Scarano, who provided
17 digs, had eight service points with
three aces. Meyer had six service
points with two aces and added a kill
and a pair of digs. Lizzie Sottung,
who scooped up six digs, had six
service points with an ace. Gab
Cofone had a dig, Sara Correa notched
a kill, Heard had three service points
and a dig, Holt had a pair of kills and
an assist, and Mattessich notched a
kill.
“We really have a stocked team.
We can really put in anyone who we
need at the moment and do well. Gab
Cofone really made a big difference
in the back row and a couple of other
players came in. We have a lot of
servers. Olivia Myer is a very good
server. Megan is a very good server
and Lizzie Sottung is really hitting
the ball,” Manning said.
The Union County Tournament has
begun and the Blue Devils, receiving
the top seed, hosted their annual “Pink
Out” with a preliminary round on
October 17.
“We have ‘Pink Out’ which is this
Friday [October 17] and it’s also a
preliminary round, so it’s very important that we win. It should be a lot
of fun,” Manning said.
CONVERGING ON A SPARTAN...Scotch Plains-Fanwood PAL A team defenders, including Danny Wright on right and Anthony Porter on left, converge on a
Sparta ball carrier last Sunday when the Raiders played to a 14-14 tie at Pope
John High in Sparta.
Raiders received a TD from Keere
Rales, while fellow backs Drew
Bartley, Jack Fallo and Ray Dickshied
also ran well. Tyler Jacjera provided
some strong defense and lineman
Andrew Susino stood out on both
sides of the ball.
The D Blue team competed at New
Providence and fell, 12-8. All of the
scoring came in the first half. Raider
Matt Power took off on a 65-yard TD
dash. Isiah Nathaniel then connected
on the conversion kick.
The D Blue defense shut down
New Providence in the second half
behind Mikey Kloepfer, Jake
DeGaetano, Aryn Dance, Tommy
Wright, Thomas Savoca, Connor
Kent, Jack Pares, Ben Root and Russ
StaRosa.
JOING IN A TACKLE...Alex Werkheiser, No. 78, runs to join his Scotch PlainsFanwood PAL C team Raider teammates in making a tackle against Sparta this
past Sunday at Pope John High in Sparta.
PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWN OF WESTFIELD
PLANNING BOARD
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that on Monday, November 3, 2014 at 7:30 PM in the
Town of Westfield Municipal Building,
Council Chambers, 425 East Broad Street,
Westfield, New Jersey, a PUBLIC HEARING will be held by the Planning Board of
the Town of Westfield for preliminary and
final major site plan and variance approvals (Sections 11.28E1: front yard setback
- 40 feet required, 25.81 feet existing;
11.28E2: side yard setback - 5 feet required, .01 & 0.15 feet existing; 11.28E3:
rear yard setback - 10 feet required, .35
feet existing; 11.28E5: building coverage 30% maximum, 52.7% existing; 11.28E6:
lot coverage - 70% maximum, 100% existing; 17.02B: off-street parking - 20 parking
spaces required, 11 spaces existing;
16.04E1: number of wall signs - 1 permitted, 3 proposed; 16.04E1b: wall sign height
- 12 feet maximum, 15 feet 10 inches
proposed; 16.04E1c: wall sign horizontal
dimension - 16.5 feet maximum, 17 feet 4
inches proposed; 16.04E1d: wall sign vertical dimension - 2 feet 6 inches maximum,
3 feet proposed) and such other variances,
relief and/or waivers that may be required
upon an analysis of the plans and testimony at the PUBLIC HEARING on the
Application (PB 14-13) submitted by the
Applicant, Jay's Cycle Center, for the property located at 221 North Avenue East,
Block 3114, Lot 11 on the Tax Map of the
Town of Westfield. The property is owned
by JWT Holdings LLC and is located in the
GB-3 Zone. The Applicant is proposing to
make improvements to the building façade,
add accent lighting, new signs and a decorative roof feature to the building.
When the case is called you may appear
either in person or by agent or attorney and
present any objections which you may
have to the granting of this Application. A
copy of the Application and plans are on
file and available for PUBLIC INSPECTION in the office of the Town Engineer,
959 North Avenue West, Westfield, New
Jersey, during that office's normal business hours.
HEHL & HEHL, P.C.
Attorneys for the Applicant
1 T - 10/23/14, The Leader Fee: $46.41
STOPPING FOR A LOSS...Scotch Plains-Fanwood “D” White team turns in
another defensive gem with a 24-6 victory over Sparta. Mike Judge, No. 88, stops
a Sparta running back for a loss at mid field.
GOING ALL ORANGE...Team Holland of the Westfield Soccer Association U8
Boys Division enjoyed the “World Cup Tournament” festivities at Westfield
Memorial Field on October 19. Pictured, left to right, are: front row; Thomas
Holland, Luke Slubeski and Garrett Gao; middle row, James Furrer, Zach Epp,
Luka Jansveld, Austin Williams and Oliver Laskow; back row, Assistant Coach
Doug Williams and Head Coach Dali Gao. Missing from the picture are player
Gavin Dwyer and Assistant Coach Donald Furrer.
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