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									Page 14                Thursday, July 3, 2008                                                The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES                                                                     A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION

                                                                                                           WF White 10s Top SPF Blue
                                                                                                           In Ripken Opening Round
                                                                                                                                   CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11

                                                                                                      lies. In the third, shortstop Rinaldi        mound resulted in a pitcher-to-first-
                                                                                                      smothered a hot hopper, tagged sec-          to-home double play to kill the rally.
                                                                                                      ond for a force out and threw to first          “We hit the ball hard. We were
                                                                                                      for the double play. In the fourth           aggressive on the bases and, what
                                                                                                      inning, Tupper, who was on the               helped us even more was, defensively,
                                                                                                      mound, initiated a first-to-home             they had some base runners and we
                                                                                                      double play to end the inning.               were able to turn two double plays.
                                                                                                         Westfield took a 2-0 lead in the          We were able to avoid the big inning,
                                                                                                      bottom of the first. Varakian drilled a      which really helped us. They
                                                                                                      leadoff double and Mele lashed his           (Westfield) are thinking before the
                                                                                                      RBI double to right then later scored        pitch gets hit to them and I think
                                                                                                      on a wild pitch. The decisive third          that’s a big reason why we have been
                                                                                                      inning began with walks to Varakian          so successful,” said coach Rinaldi.
                                                                                                                                                                                            BASEBALL CHAMPS…Westfield White baseball 11s recently won the Clark
                                                                                                      and Rinaldi. DiFilippo laced his two-           Additional tough luck followed the    Tournament. Pictured, left to right, are: front row; Andrew Malacrea, Dan
                                                                                                      run double. Boutsikaris reach first on       SPF Blue in the fourth. Westfield’s      DoCampo, Kevin Irving, Matt Catanzaro, Matt Russo and James Brucia; second
                                                                                                      an error and Anderson followed with          Mele reached safely on an error and      row, Mike Prosuk, Logan Klier, Colin Dursee, Danny Mitchell, Sean Elliott and
                                                                                                      his two-run double. Robertshaw               scored on Boutsikaris’ single to cen-    AJ Monaco; back row, Coach Tony Catanzaro, Head Coach Phil Russo and
                                                                                                      singled and Anderson scored on               ter. Westfield followed with three       Coach Rich Dursee.
                                            David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times
                                                                                                      Tupper’s slow roller to the mound.           straight singles that totaled about 60
CHIEF THIEF…Cougar Andrew DiFrancesco, left, swipes third as Westfield’s
Patrick Decker awaits a throw from the catcher. DiFrancesco stole seven bases.
                                                                                                      Robertshaw later scored on an error.
                                                                                                         In addition to having a rally snuffed
                                                                                                      in the third inning, SPF Blue had con-
                                                                                                                                                   feet in length and Varano ended the
                                                                                                                                                   game with an RBI single to left.
                                                                                                                                                      “One bad inning just seems to snow-
                                                                                                                                                                                               Westfield White 11s Win
                                                                                                      tinued misfortune in the fourth.
                                                                                                      Grambor drew a leadoff walk, Conti
                                                                                                                                                   ball. They scored three runs on plays
                                                                                                                                                   right back to the pitcher,” said SPF       Clark Baseball Tournament
     Cranford 12s Top WF White                                                                        singled and Walsh ripped an RBI single
                                                                                                      with no one out. Westfield shortstop
                                                                                                                                                   coach Walsh. “We had some close
                                                                                                                                                   plays at first and a close play at the      Westfield White 11-year-old base-          to a 3-0 record during the double
                                                                                                      Smith grabbed a chopper and barely           plate as well.”                          ball team captured the Clark Tourna-          elimination round.
    For Ripken District 12 Crown                                                                      beat the runner to third for a putout.
                                                                                                      Then a sharp grounder back to the
                                                                                                                                                   SPF Blue
                                                                                                                                                   Westfield White
                                                                                                                                                                     000 1
                                                                                                                                                                     206 3
                                                                                                                                                                                            ment crown on June 25 by defeating
                                                                                                                                                                                            Clark, 8-3. Westfield had beaten Clark
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Centerfielder Danny Mitchell made
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          a dramatic catch with men on base to
                                 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11                                                                                                                                     and Cranford in the double-elimina-           squelch a potential comeback by
a run. Jake Wasserman, Chris                        “The kids and their coaches, we are                                                                                                     tion playoff rounds to advance to the         Clark. Shortstop Kevin Irving teamed
Sweeney, Connor Hagan, Connor                    looking forward to it,” added coach                                                                                                        championship.                                 up frequently with first basemen Sean
Cummings and Tom Randazzo added                  Smoot.                                                                                                                                        Westfield scored three runs in the         Elliott and Logan Klier to get key
defensive support.                                  The tempo of the game immedi-                                                                                                           first inning to set the tone for the          outs. Andrew Malacrea, coming in at
  “For the most part, everybody on               ately danced toward the Cranford side                                                                                                      game. While Westfield never relin-            relief pitcher in the bottom of the
our team hits, which keeps us in most            in the top of the first inning when the                                                                                                    quished the lead, Clark came within           sixth, sealed the deal with two
games,” said Westfield White coach               Cougars plated five runs on five hits,                                                                                                     two runs in the third inning to make          strikeouts.
Matt Smoot. “As we go up to                      including Feeney’s booming RBI                                                                                                             things exciting.                                 “Our team has really clicked dur-
Cooperstown (NY) this weekend, we                triple to right and Oblichinski’s two-                                                                                                        Mike Prosuk, Westfield’s starting          ing this tournament playoff run. Our
will see some good things. I know, on            run double to left.                                                                                                                        pitcher, threw five innings of solid          offense is really heating up, and de-
a consistent basis, we put the bat on               Westfield attempted to shift the                                                                                                        ball, notching four strikeouts. He was        fensively, we did not let down our
the ball and we hit the ball hard.”              momentum in the bottom of the in-                                                                                                          also a major hitting threat through the       guard. The coaches are looking for-
  Looking forward to a very exciting             ning when Storcks walked, stole sec-                                                                                                       series with eight RBI, which gar-             ward to seeing the rest of the season
week, Westfield White was guaran-                ond and scored on Elliott’s RBI                                                                                                            nered him Offensive Player honors             unfold,” commented Head Coach Phil
teed to play in, at least, seven games,          double, but a pair of fine putouts                                                                                                         for the tournament.                           Russo, who was assisted by Tony
while visiting Cooperstown for the               initiated by third baseman Feeney                                                                                                             Other Blue Devil players drove             Catanzaro, Rich Dursee, Rick Elliott
week of June 29 through July 5.                  held the Blue Devils to one run.                                                                                                           clutch hits at key times during the           and Mark Mitchell.
                                                    Feeney yanked a two-run single                    FUN REUNION…Dennis Pedicini, former Scotch Plains (SP) resident and                   win, including James Brucia, Matt                Westfield’s overall record is 9-4,
                                                 and Oblichinski hopped an RBI single                 chairman of the Scotch Plains Men’s Softball League, recently had a reunion of        Catanzaro and Matt Russo. Dan                 including a second-place finish in
  See photos of Sports:                          in the fourth inning to put the Cou-                 old buddies at his home in Lake Lorelei, near Cincinnati Ohio. Pictured, left to      DoCampo, AJ Monaco and Colin                  the New Providence Dean
                                                                                                      right, are: Dave Blackman (former SPF teacher and tennis coach), Joe Giordano         Dursee contributed timely hits and            Potouridis Memorial PAL Baseball
 on                             gars ahead, 8-1. Westfield White tight-              (former SP resident), Joe Rusignuolo (Union resident), Carmen Gaito (former           flashy defense to help lead Westfield         Tournament.
 Westfield/Cranford 12s Ripken                   ened the score, 8-4, in the fifth when               Fanwood resident and former owner of Locksnips barbershop in Fanwood), Rich
 SPF Blue 10s/Westfield Ripken                   Luino walked, Storcks doubled,                       DeMaria (former SP resident and former owner of Headlines Salon in Westfield),
    Westfield 10s/Springfield                    Elliott drilled his two-run double and               John Day (former SP resident), Pedicini and Bill Lasher (current SP resident).
  St. Patrick/St. Anne Softball                  Arena added and RBI groundout.
   Investors/Arm & Hammer                        Concerned, Cranford took advantage
                                                 of six hits, eight stolen bases, two
                                                 passed balls and two walks to plate
           PUBLIC NOTICE                         six runs in the sixth inning.
        UNION COUNTY BOARD                          “Probably the biggest difference
      OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS                      tonight was the first inning where
          Date Adopted: 6/26/08                  they came out, hit the ball hard and
  Public Notice is hereby given that the         got five runs. That really put us in a
Union County Board of Chosen Freehold-           hole. After that, with the exception of
ers has awarded a contract without com-          the last inning, we settled down. We
petitive bidding as a Professional Service
pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(a)(i). This     pitched better and, even though we
contract and the resolution authorizing it is    were down 5-1, we came back and
available for public inspection in the Office    put some runs on the board. I think we
of the Clerk of the Board.                       scared them a little in the middle part
      RESOLUTION NO: 2008-580                    of the game,” said coach Smoot.
  amending (Resolution No. 2008-63)                 “These kids see each other in every
  AWARDED TO: Trinitas Hospital,
Elizabeth, New Jersey                            sport. By the time they are up there in
  SERVICES TO: in order to increase the          high school, they know their first names.
contract all other terms and conditions          It’s going to be a great rivalry for the                                                                                                   UNDEFEATED SEASON…The Westfield U12 Intercounty girls soccer team
remain the same including the contracts          next five years,” added coach Bruns.                                                                                                       capped its undefeated season with a 6-0 victory in the ICYSL FinalsFest VI held
dates                                                                                                                                                                                       at Home Depot Field in Colonia on June 14. Pictured, left to right, are: bottom
  COSTS: amount from $300,000 for a                 “I would like to congratulate the
                                                 Cranford team and wish them luck in                                                                                                        row; Sophia Goldschmidt, Rebecca Kaufman, Gabby Buckman, Sarah MacIntyre,
new total contract amount of $600,000                                                                                                                                                       Ally Diamond and Alexx Gillespie; middle row, Mara Friedman, Hannah
(Local Funding:$300,000)                         the states,” said coach Smoot.                       WARREN LEAGUE CHAMPS…The Westfield Blue 9-year-old baseball team                      Moloshok, Sophia Palia, Jackie Roger, Suzie Kozlowski, Cali Chambliss and
                  Nicole L. DiRado, Clerk
     of the Board of Chosen Freeholders          Cranford                500 306              13      won the Warren Spring League. Coached by Al Rabinowitz, the young Blue Devils         Carly Levine; back row, Coaches Frank MacIntyre and Jeff Diamond; Not
1 T - 7/3/08, The Leader      Fee: $22.95        Westfield White         100 030               4      had a great season.                                                                   Pictured: Charlotte Zee.

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