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   Piranhas Chomp Westfield
      At Home Meet 119-85
    The Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA                 Talerico and Chris Gawryluk touching
Boys Swim Team coasted to their third              just behind him with their fastest times.
victory in a row this weekend, defeating           In a second heat of the 11 -to-12-year-old
the Westfield "Y," 119-85. The Piranhas            breaststroke, Matt McCartney, Ravin
opened their first home meet by winning             Shah, Tyler Slender and Sachin Shah all
every individual medley race.                       had improved times. For the 13-to-14-
• In the 9-to-10-year-old heat, Eric                year-olds, Chris Swenson had his fastest
Swenson came on strong to take first in a           100-yard breaststroke, placing second in
close and exciting race, while Brian                a very close race, and Wetlesen took
Gartner clinched third, and for the 11 -to-         third. Betau and Bradley combined for a
 12-year-olds, Stevie Swenson hung on to            one-twofinishfor the 15-to-18-year-olds.
 out-touch his opponent, as Mike Talerico              Mark Molowa and Brendan Jones
 had his best time to take third. For the 13-      opened the backstroke events with strong
40-14-year-olds, Mike Cinkewicz and                swims for the eight-and-unders, while
.Chris Wetlesen were the one-two punch,            Ryan Hauptman and Ryan Cahill took
 and Chris Karelus posted the victory for           first and third for the 9-to-ten-year-olds.
 the 15-to-18-year-olds.                            Burke won for the 11-to-12-year-olds
     The Piranhas continued to bite through         while Koch swam his fastest time, and
 the freestyle races, as David Hauptman             Timmy Shih and Chris Driscoll took first
 and Chris Meehan zipped to their fastest           andthirdforthe !3-to-14-year-olds.Rowe
 times to win for the eight-and-unders.             and Drew finished one-two for the 15-to-
 Ryan Hauptman and Adam Seigal                       18-year-olds. In butterfly, Billy Swenson
 clinched first and third for the nine-to-10-       and Daniel Russo swam well for the
 year-olds and Calvin John Smiley, Eric             youngest Piranhas, and Gartner, Smiley
 Ostrowski and Robby Eckman also swam               and Jonathan Sheffield all flew to fast
  well.                                             times for the nine-to-10-year-olds.
     In the 11-to-12-year-old event, Kevin          Ogunyemi won easily for the 11-to-12-
  Burke and Gary Ogunyemi snagged first              year-olds, Cinkewicz took second with
  and second, while Sean Foy and Roark               his fastest time for the 13-to-14-year-
  Koch swam to their fastest times. Charlie          olds and Karelus had his best time, notch-
  Rowe had the victory in the 100-yard               ing another first for the 15-to-18-year-
  freestyle for the 13-to-14-year-oids, and          olds.
  Brian Dziomba, posting his best time,                 Winning relays were Molowa, Billy
  took third. For the 15-to-18-year-olds,            Swenson, David Hauptman and Meehan
  Matt Betau, Denis Bradley and Tom Drew             for the eight-and-unders; Ogunyemi,
  all swam to their personal best times.             Gawryluk, Stevie Swenson and Burke
      In the breaststroke, Hauptman and              for the 11-to-12-year-olds; Cinkewicz,
  Michael Sheffield led off with first- and          Chris Swenson, Wetlesen and Rowe for                                                                                                                                                                  Photograph Courtesy of Sports In the Garden State, Inc.
  third-place finishes in the eight-and-un-          the 13-to-14-year-olds, and Bradley,                 A GREAT SHOW...The Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Varsity Girls Soccer Team ended their season with an impressive overall record of 15-4-1 and a loss
  derevent, with Sean Gay nor also improv-            Drew, Karelus and Betau for the 15 to-              in the sectionals of the state Group No. 3 Tournament. Pictured, left to right, are: Bottom row, Carl Rappaport, Meghan Langevin, Amy Citrano, Chrissy Librandy,
  ing his time. Eric Swenson and Seigal               18-year-olds.                                       Elizabeth Naldl, Co-Captain; Justine Mosko and Catl Baker; middle row, Diana Librandy, Leah Sanez di Verti, Christine Boyle, Karen Haight, Michelle Giambalvo,
  took first and third for the nine-to-10-              The Piranhas will strive to stretch their         Amy Perfllto and Kristi Morse, and top row, kate Canderheyden, Courtney Metzger, Keith S. Hertell, Head Coach; Christine Bowers, Elizabeth Frame, and Ann
   years-olds, and Stevie Swenson clinched            winning streak to four on Saturday, Janu-           Keegan, Co-Captain.
   the victory for the 11-to-12-year-olds.            ary 13, against the Morris Center "Y."


            Lady Piranhas Defeat                                                                                      Local Girls Dominate                                                                           Lady Raider Police Squad
            Metuchen Team, 114-93                                                                                     All-Star Booter Team                                                                           Falls to Cedar Grove Team
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Police                 The Raiders were led by Beth Santo's
     The Fanwood-Scotch Plains Lady Pi-              ping a few seconds off her best time, with                                               By DENNIS WILSON                                                     Athletic League Lady Raiders lost the            six points. Rebecca Garcia added four
 ranhas YMCA Girls Swim Team won                     Zentmeyer doing the same for the 15-to-                                                      Sports in the Gardtn Slate .                                     first game of their season to a tough Cedar      points and was strong off the boards.
                                                                                                                                   Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and Thr Times
 their third dual meet of this season against        18-year-olds, with her personal best.                                                                                                                         Grove team, 26-17. The Raiders played            Sarah Anderson had three points and four
 Metuchen, 114-93, making them 3-0 on                   In the backstroke, Hillary Klimowicz                    With 11 players selected to the                        UNION COUNTY GIRLS SOCCER                   well in the first half and actually led at       blocked shots. Renee Zidonik and Tasha
 the season.                                         and Rachel Dolgin started out with a first-              Union County Girls Soccer                                     COACHES ALL-STARS                      half time, 10-8.                                 Shannon each connected for one basket.
      Right at the onset, this promised to be        and third-place finish. Lane and Darr                    Coaches All-Star First Team,                                      SECOND TEAM                           But the very physical Cedar Grove                Coach Bruce Davis said he felt the
 an exciting meet. In the individual med-            swam their best to place second and third                Westfield Leader/Times student-                       Amy Citrano, Scotch Plains-Fanwood.            team overpowered the Raiders on the              team showed promise and pointed out
 ley event. Heather Lane came in second              with a strong swim by Mariela Lemus.                     athletes dominate the selections.                     Becky Hamilton, Westfield.                     boards and opened a 20-12 lead at the end        that the Raiders played without their start-
 with her best time to date for the 9-and-10         Monique Lemus placed first for the 11-                                                                         Elizabeth Naldi, Scotch Plains-Fanwood.        of the third quarter. The Raiders were           ing back court for most of the game.
 year olds. Sara Lybeck swam strong to               to- 12-year-olds with Alexis Zukowski                      Westfield placed five members                       Erica Schweikert, Union Catholic.              unable to mount a comeback over the last         Shannon played only a few minutes of the
 place first for the 11-and-12-year-olds             right behind her swimming her best time.                 on the first team, including two                      Katie Vanderheyden, Scotch Plains-             eight minutes.                                   second half and Julia Hipp didn't play at
  with Jen Gartner just being out-touched            English gave it her all to come in first for             seniors, Jessica Czar and Gretchen                  Fanwood.                                                                                          all due to injuries. Their floor leadership
  for third place.                                   the 13-and-14-year-olds with Deanna                      Mansfield, Junior keeper Amy                          Kristen Zadourian, Westfield.                     Lady Viking Cagers                            was missed, the coach said.
      In a very close race, Ann Espinoza             McCriskin placing second. Milligan and                   Williams, and two sophomores Kati                              HONORABLE MENTION                                                                         The Lady Raiders next game is Friday,
  came in second with her personal best              O'Kane came infirstand third for the 15-                 Bertelson and Amy Coccaro.                             Katie Baker, Scotch Plains-Fanwood.              Rip Cranford, 47-36                           January 5, versus Chatham at the Terrill
  time, with Mindy Wu swimming strong                and-18-year-olds, again with best times.                    Head Coach Keith Hertell's                          Christine Bowers, Scotch Plains-Fanwood.         The Union Catholic Regional began             Middle School in Scotch Plains at 7 p.m.
  for third place. Kristen Cameron and Jess             In the butterfly event, Sarah Zukowski                Raiders had four honorees led by                       Jessica Broderick, Union Catholic.            its hoops campaign in the victory column
  Zentmeyer placedfirstand second for the            came in first for the eight-and-unders,                                                                         Megan Cusimano, Union Catholic.                                                                                     ***
                                                                                                              senior Ann Keegan, a four-time                         Nicole DeSantis, Junior.                      registeringa47-36triumphoverCranford
   15-to-18-year-olds, each with their best          followed by Danielle Colline swimming                    selection and a trioof juniors, Eliza-                                                               High School. Lauren Majchrzak was top               A {ireat m a n is In- who              IIUS
  times.                                                                                                                                                             Leah Sanez Dhnteri, Scotch Plains-Fanwood.
                                                     her best time to place second for the 9-                 beth Frame, Meghan Langevin and                        Katie Egan, Westfield.                        gun for the Lady Vikings, tossing 20             not lost tlu> heart of a chilli.
       Metuchen was very strong in the               and-10-year-olds. Sara Lybeck and Mel-                                                                          Adrians Hordynsky, Union Catholic.            points through the hoop while hauling
  freestyle event. As in previous meets, the         issa Lemus placed first and third for the                 Kristi Morse.                                                                                        down 11 rebounds. Union Catholic led                                     —Meurius
                                                                                                                                                                     Margaret Kostro, Westfield.
  team's eight-and-unders had a one-two-              II-and-12-year-olds. Espinoza and Sa-                      Union Catholic was represented                       Justine Mosko, Scotch Plains-Fanwood.         12-6 at the end of the First quarter but
   three sweep by Kelsey Foy, Heather Long                                                                     on the first team by Laura Iden and                                                                                                                                     ***
                                                     rah Blessing finished first and second for                                                                       Alexandra Palivoda, Union Catholic.           Cranford crept back to trail 18-17 at inter-
 - and Jessica Moore: Ann Marie Klimowicz            the 13-and-14-year-olds with Kristen                      Vanessa Sypko:                                         SigeStefluk,-Westfield:~ ~                    mission.                                                Thenmioceiit and the hcauli-
   and Elena Darr placed second and third             Cameron and Cinkewicz doing the same                                                                                                                                                                              I'ul have no enemy but time.
   for the 9-and-10-year-olds, with Alexis            for the 15-to-18-year-olds,           ••»                                                                                                                       With Devin McDonald netting nine of                           —William Butler Yeats
   Zukowski and Diana Rocco doing the                    Both teams swam their best in the                                                                                                                         her game total of 15 points in the third
   same for the 11-and-12-year-olds.                  relays. The eight-and-unders, comprised                                                                                                                      quarter, the Lady Vikings opened up a                          PUBLIC NOTICE
   Courtney English placed second for the            of Zukowski, Klimowicz, Foy and                                                                                                                               32-26 advantage entering the fourth quar-
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    13-and- 14-year-olds with Sarah Milligan         Cameron, easily came in first. Metuchen                                                                                                                       ter and coasted to their first "W" of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Date Adopted: December 14, 1995
   and Suzi O' Kane coming infirstand third           went on to win the next three relays with                                                                                                                    season.                                                 Public notice Is hereby 'given that the
   for the 15-to-18-year-olds, with all of the        the 11-and-12-year-olds and 13-and-14-                                                                                                                                                                            Union County Board of Chosen Freehold-
   swimmers recording their best times to             year-olds being out-touched by a hair.                                                                                                                         Good hrvt'tliiifi consists of                      ers has awarded a contract without com-
   date.                                             The 15-to-18-year-olds, comprised of                                                                                                                                                                               petitive bidding as a professional service
       In the breaststroke, Amanda Cameron                                                                                                                                                                        coiifenlini: how iiuicli vtv think                    or extraordinary, unspeclflable service
                                                      Zentmeyer, Cinkewicz, Cameron and                                                                                                                                                                                 pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A: 11-5(1 )(a). This
    started the Lady Piranhas with a first-           Milligan, easily swam to a first-place                                                                                                                      of ourselves ami how little we
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        contract and the resolution authorizing it
    place finish with Jen Gawryluk swim-              finish.                                                                                                                                                     think of the other person.                            are available for public inspection In the
    ming her best time. Anne Marie                       There were many second heats with                                                                                                                                                                              Office of the Clerk of the Board.
    Klimowitz and Amanda Prunesti placed              strong swimming by Erin O'Connor,                                                                                                                                              —Mark Twain
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    first for the 13-and-14-year-olds chop-                                                                                                                                                                                                                             vices to the patients at Runnells Special-
                                                      Kelsey Foy and Jessica Moore.                                                                                                                                                                                     ized Hospital for an amount not to exceed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        $5,000.00 for a total contract amount not
    • Top Guns Take Championship                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        to exceed $12,920.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Lucille Masciale
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Clerk of the Board
    Division II and III In-Town Soccer                                                                                                                                                                                 Steller's Sea Cow lived in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1 T - 12/21/95, The Leader Fee: $20.40

     -The 1995 Top Guns SoccerTeam suc-                  Nicky Clark, displayed sound ball tack-                                                                                                                    shallow water near shore. The                                 PUBLIC NOTICE
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   III Boys In-Town Soccer title in dramatic             league's most potent offense. Goalies                                                                                                                      extinct a few years after its dis-                     Date Adopted: December 14, 1995
   finish by defeating the Navy seals, 1-0.              Kevin Cutro and Clark were superb in                                                                                                                       covery in 1741.                                       Public notice is hereby given that the
   The championship game was a well-                     this game and throughout the season.                                                                                                                                                                           Union County Board of Chosen Freehold-
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                                                         Ryan Hogarth and Scott Kautzmann were                                                                                                                                                                          petltive bidding as a professional service
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                                                         fensive side of the field, Todd Jenkins              CHRISTMAS FUN...The Westfleld Chapter of the National Society Daughters                                  THE 1996 TAX LIST FOR THE TOWN-                  pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(m). This
      After a scoreless first half, the Top                                                                   of the American Revolution held their annual Christmas Party on December 10                            SHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS WILL BE OPEN                 contract and the resolution authorizing it
   Guns broke ahead on a dazzling offen-                 a multitude of scoring opportunities will            at the home of Mrs. Peter Santoriello. Pictured are the hostesses, Mrs. Ronald                         TO THE PUBLIC FOR INSPECTION ON                    are available for public Inspection In the
   sive penetration by Jeff Bendix. The Top                                                                   Burkett,left,and Mrs. Vincent Wilt, right. The Regent oftheWestfleld Chapter,                          THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28,1995 IN THE                  Office of the Clerk of the Board.
   Guns halfback corps led by Yao Huang                  his strong, accurate corner kicks.
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                                                                                                              of Scotch Plains, held In the Council Cham-                                                                         SHIRIPP'BSALB                          policy period 1-01-95/96,forthe 1995 pre-
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     Avenue, Fanwood, Ntw Jersey btlng                                                                                                                              way, Livingston, New Jersey, t provide                                                                 AWARDED TO: The Hartford Insurance
                                                             CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION,                 Council Chamber* as the place, or any                                                                  execution to me directed I shall expose             Company, for public official bond for Ralph
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                                            Puerl Ino.   the Court House, In the City of Elliabeth,            ordinance,                                           $5,000.00.                                          The Judgment amount Is $100,726.03.              Company, for public official bond Frank
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     ira hat awarded a contract without com-                  TUX Lot NO. 862, llOOk NO, 12.                   Oounty of Union, and State of New Jersey,         ers has awarded a contract without oom-             feet from the Easterly side of 6th Street,           Oompany, for the public employee Dli-
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                                                               The Sheriff reserves the right to adlourn
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     teleoommunlostlons tervloes between                                             RALPH FROBHLIOH            Immediately upon final passage and pub- pervisory skills training for Union Oounty                                                        8H6RIFP         Oompany, for publlo official bond Joanne
     other sites oonneoted to the ITV Network                                                   8HBRIPP         lication, as provided by law,                                                                         BPBAR & HOPFMAN (NJ), Attorneys                     Rnjoppl, Oounty Olerk eleoted 1-1-96, for
     thereby offering eduostlonol and training               PRANK J, MARTONB, Attorney                                                                          employees, for the expansion of the oon-             Suite 301                                           the policy period 1-01-06 to 12-31-3000,
      opportunities to students, County reil-                4 Brighton Road                                    Dated: December IB, 1 SOS                        traot period to June 30,1906, at no addi-            830 Bear Tavern Road                                for the 1906 premium $770,00.
      dents and staff,                                       Ollfton, New Jersey 0701 a                                      TOWNSHIP OP SOOTOH PLAINS            tional oost to the Oounly of Union,                 West Trenton, New Jersey 00620
                                 Luollle Mssclslt                                                                                                 Barbara Rlepe                             Luollle Masolale          OH-753304 (WL)                                                              Luollle Mneoliile
                               Olork of the Board 4T-ia/ai,ia/as/«6                                                                              Township Olerk                           Olerk of the Board          4 T - ia/21, 12/30/06                                                     Olerk of the Board
      1 T - 1 a/a 1 /tt6. The Leader Fee; $ 18,89                                           Pee: $160,88         I T - 1 3 / 3 1 / 0 8 , The Times Pee: $40.60     1 T-13/31/0B, The Laador Pee: $30,01                1/4 1.1/11/06                  Pee: $169.13         I T - 13/31/0B, The Leader Pee: IB8.0B
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