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Delcalzo Going Strong After 200 By Edward Kensik HASBROUCK HEIGHTS Somebody asked Nick Delcalzo if he can win another 100 games. And he thought about it and thought that he will be 73 when he would be on the verge of winning his 300th game. “I will be 73 when that happens so no,” said Delcalzo. But right now he is enjoying working with his assistant coaches, most who played for him during his 27 years as head coach at Hasbrouck Heights and with the players that he coaches right now. And his 2012 team did it in grand style for him in winning his 200th game on Sept. 21 with a 40-6 victory at North Arlington. For Delcalzo he has won two state championships and is hoping to win another one this season as his team is 50 midway through the season after defeating Emerson at the beginning of October. The most memorable might be the 2007 team which defeated New Milford at Giants Stadium. What is memorable about it was the start of NJ Sports Fitness & Wellness Telephone: (973) 605-1213 Fax: (973) 605-1883 173 Morris Street, 2nd Floor Morristown, NJ 07960 page 4

that season. “It was a magical year,” said Delcalzo who added at the home opener he spotted a rainbow. “In the first game it was the first one on the new turf, my granddaughter was born the day of the game and my son (Kevin) caught the game-winning touchdown pass (14-11 over Cresskill.” For Delcalzo the black and orange of the Aviators has been all he has known in terms of coaching. And outside of playing club football back in the 70s for Seton Hall Univer-

sity, it has all he has known in terms of sports dating back to junior football. “I’m very fortunate to be in a small town and I love the community,” said Delcalzo. As a student at Hasbrouck Heights, he played football, baseball and basketball at the school until he graduated in 1971. When he was working for the United States Army in Bayonne, he received a call from then head coach Pete LaBarbiera, his coach at Heights, to

be an assistant coach. He had already coached junior football at Heights while he was going to Seton Hall. And he snapped it up as an assistant coach at Hasbrouck Heights. He coached mainly the backfield, but LaBarbiera wanted him to coach in other areas. “He told me that if you’re going to be a coach you have to coach the offensive line,” said Delcalzo about LaBarbiera who lives in Paramus and they still talk and even text constantly. “He is

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my mentor.” For the next 10 years he would be an assistant coach, mainly for LaBarbiera and then for a couple of years to Jeff Sheets. When Sheets became a vice-principal, the school district turned to Delcalzo. “They asked me if you are sure that you want the job because you have to be crazy,” said Delcalzo recalling at the time. When Delcalzo took over the job in 1985, the pressure on the Hasbrouck Heights was intense especially after the success of LaBarbiera. In his first two years the Aviators made the state finals, only to fall to New Milford in both years including a double overtime loss in 1985. His teams always had a winning record, but he finally got his state title in 1994 when the Aviators defeated North Arlington at then Giants Stadium. Over the years, football has not been the only sport that he has coached. He cur-

rently also coaches bowling and golf, but he has coached pretty much every sport at the school including 29 years as head of the Lady Aviators softball team. One of his teams that he looks fondly on is girls basketball where the 1979-80 team won a state title, the first in the sport for the school. Along with LaBarbiera he said the biggest influence on him was his freshman basketball coach at Hasbrouck Heights in Danny Morrow. “He really taught me about the fundamentals of sports,” said Delcalzo. For his success he gives a lot of credit to his wife, Gloria, who has supported him through the ups and downs. He even said that he helped drive his girls basketball players to Paterson to play an AAU team during the summers of his coaching years. And he will never forget when one principal told him one time. “When the football team has a good year so does the academic standings of the


A celebratory soak from his team after his 200th win.

school,” said Delcalzo. Over the years several of his former players have come back to coach like current assistant coach Rocco Minichiello to help him and the Hasbrouck Heights continue the

fine football tradition that has dated back for several decades. “I’m very fortunate that the players come back to coach and all the kids are great,” said Delcalzo. “That is what keeps me going.”

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Northern Highlands/Dwight-Englewood Win Team Titles By Jessica Quas Northern Highlands and DwightEnglewood captured the large and small girls’ team titles in the 2012 Bergen County Girls Tennis Tournament on Sunday, September 30. Northern Highlands won the large schools team crown with 17 points while defending champion Ramapo was the runnerup with 12 points. Madison Hite wan the third singles bracket while the Lady Highlanders swept the doubles title. The top doubles team of Sophia Annitti and Maya Borowczak along with

the No. 2 tandem of Molly Danzig and Danielle Tantillo padded the scoring column with the maximum number of points. Senior Alexis Colas claimed the second singles crown as Dwight-Englewood edged Pascack Hills 17-15 for the small schools team title. Her teammate, Samantha Balanevsky, who had won three straight BCT titles at second singles, dropped into the third bracket to pick up her fourth county championship. Jackie Herssens teamed with Leah Primak to win the first doubles title while Shereen Al-Sawwaf and Rachel Kupelin won at second doubles.


Nicole Byron/Christine Laurentis (Tenafly) def. Syudney Hammer/Lisa Kollender (NV/Demarest) 4-6, 7-6 (7-5), 6-2

Second Doubles Championships

Molly Danzig/Danielle Tantillo (Northern Highlands) def. Sharon Cherkassky/Jessica Prechuck (Fair Lawn) 6-2, 6-2


Sharon Cherkassky/Jessica Perechuk (Fair Lawn) def. Isabel Kim/Nikki Thompson (Tenafly) 6-3, 6-3 Molly Danzig/Danielle Tantillo (Northern Highlands) def. Amanda Laban/Lorraine Laban (Bergen Tech) 6-1, 6-2

First Singles Championships

Valerie Shklover (Fair Lawn) def. Lisa Joureleva (Ramapo) 6-2, 6-2


Ardella Omar (Ramapo) def. Victoria Japhet (Mahwah) 6-1, 6-0 Nicole Minassian (NV/Demarest) def. N/A (Fair Lawn) 6-0, 6-1 Axa Albrecht (Northern Highlands) def. Jackie DeRocher (Holy Angels) 6-2, 3-5, 6-0

First Singles Olivia Cheng (Pascack Hills) def. Nina Messery (Hasbrouck Heights) 6-2, 6-2


Nina Messery (Hasbrouck Heights) def. Alex Mircea (Glen Rock) 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 Olivia Cheng (Pascack Hills) def. Victoria Petrenko (Dwight-Englewood) 6-4, 7-6 (7-5)


Lisa Joureleva (Ramapo) def. Grace Minassian (NV/Demarest) 7-6 (7-5), 6-0 Valerioe Shklover (Fair Lawn) def. Sarah Taranto (Northern Highlands) 6-1, 6-0


Lisa Jouravleva (Ramapo) def. Christina Sollitto (Immaculate Heart) 6-1, 6-1 Grace Minassian (NV/Demarest) def. N/A (Pascack Valley) 6-1, 6-1 Valerie Shklover (Fair Lawn) def. Alyssa Baldi (Mahwah) 6-1, 6-1 Sarah Taranto (N. Highlands) def. Adrianne Alfonso (Holy Angels) 3-6, 6-3, 6-3

Second Singles Championships

Ardella Omar (Ramapo) def. Alexa Albrecht (Northern Highlands) 6-2, 6-1


Ariella Omar (Ramapo) def. Sasha Shumatysky (Tenafly) 6-3, 6-1 Alexa Albrecht (N. Highlands) def. Nicole Minassian (NV/Demarest) 5-7, 6-4, 6-1 page 6

Third Singles Championships

Madison Hite (Northern Highlands) def. Tara Olson (Ridgewood) 6-4, 6-1


Madison Hite (Ramapo) def. Abbey Roberts (Ramapo) 6-3, 7-6 (7-5) Tara Olson (Ridgewood) def. Emily Newman (Mahwah) 6-4, 6-4


Madison Hite (N. Highlands) def. N/A (Bergen Tech) 6-3, 6-4 Abbey Roberts (Ramapo) def. N/A (Fair Lawn) 6-4, 6-1

First Doubles Championships

Sophia Annitti/Maya Borowczak (Northern Highlands) def. Nicole Byron/Christine Laurentis (Tenafly) 6-0, 6-3


Sophia Annitti/Maya Borowczak (Northern Highlands) def. Linda Lee/Taylor Thurn (Ramapo) 6-2, 6-2

Diana Editolou (Glen Rock) def. Tiffany Chong (Rutherford) 6-1, 6-0 Alexa Colas (Dwight-Englewood) def. Kelly Koh (Ridgefield) 6-0, 6-1

Third Singles Championships


Nina Messery (Hasbrouck Heights) def. Danielle Miller (Saddle River Day) 6-0, 6-1 Alex Mircea (Glen Rock) def. Nyeneri Kanetu (Rutherford) 6-3, 6-2 Victoria Petrenko (D-Englewood) def. Erin Cangiano (Ramsey) 6-1, 6-0 Olivia Cheng (Pascack Hills) def. Jessica Reich (Leonia) 6-0, 6-0

Second Singles Championships

Alexa Colas (Dwight-Englewood) def. Samantha Benedict (Pascack Hills) 6-0, 5-7, 6-4


Alexa Colas (Dwight-Englewood) def. Diana Editolou (Glen Rock) 6-0, 6-2 Samantha Benedict (Pascack Hills) def. Loren Cangiano (Ramsey) 6-4, 4-6, 7-5


Samantha Benedict (Pascack Hills) def. Jessica Sancillo (Hasbrouck Heights) 6-0, 6-0 Loren Cangiano (Ramsey) def. Nikki Westerudin (Saddle River Day) 6-1, 6-1

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Samantha Balanevsky (Dwight-Englewood) def. Felicia Gottheim (Pascack Hills) 6-1, 6-1


Samantha Balanevsky (Dwight-Englewood) def. Julia Rosenwald (Glen Rock) 6-0, 6-0 Felicia Gottheim (Pascack Hills) def. Rachel Wheaton (Ramsey) 7-5, 7-6 (7-4)





Samantha Balanevsky (Dwight-Englewood) def. Janan Fugel (Saddle River Day) 6-0, 6-0 Julia Rosenald (Glen Rock) def. Sabrina Forte (Waldwick) 6-1, 6-1 Rachel Wheaton (Ramsey) def. Jenilee Ippolito (Rutherford) 6-1, 6-0 Felicia Gottheim (Pascack Hills) def. Destinee Silva (Hasbrouck Heights) 6-2, 6-1

First Doubles Championships

Jackie Herrsens/Leah Primak (Dwight-Englewood) def. Ariel Danzinger/Morgan Thau (Pascack Hills) 6-2, 6-1


Jackie Hessens/Leah Primak (Dwight-Englewood) def. Ileana Figueroa/Melissa Radoncic (Ridgefield) 6-1, 6-1 Ariel Danzinger/Morgan Thau (Pascack Hills) def. Katie Dao/Samantha Goldberg (Glen Rock) 6-3, 6-4

Second Doubles Championships

Shereen Al-Sawwaf/Rachel Kupelian (Dwight-Englewood) def. Caroline Lorch/Amanda Ross (Pascack Hills) 6-3, 6-0


Shereen Al-Sawwaf/Rachel Kupelian (Dwight-Englewood) def. Shannon McNearney/Natalie Puccia (Ramsey) 6-4, 6-1 Caroline Lorch/Amanda Ross (Pascack Hills) def. Suny Kim/Nicole Shim (Cresskill) 6-1, 6-0

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By Jessica Quas Kristina Langan tied the Wayne Hills record in the balance beam when the Lady Patriots defeated Clifton 100.95-89-425. The sophomore earned a score of 9.35 from the judges to match the mark set in 2003 by current Pascack Regional head coach Jenny Ortiz. Langan added a fi rst place effort in the vault with a score of 9.4 while her teammate Courtney Conforth placed fi rst in the fl oor exercise with a score of 8.7 as Wayne Hills improved to 4-2. Ramapo edged Ridgewood 108.825-107.725 despite a strong effort by the Maroons’ Yurina Harada who claimed the all-around title with a point total of 37.22 that included the fi rst place score of 9.325 in the balance beam. Ramapo received fi rst place performances from Shara Gipson in the uneven bars (9.325) and vault (9.5) along with Kayla Yosif in the fl oor exercise (9.425). Harada recorded a clean sweep to highlight Ridgewood’s 109.25 – 104.25 victory over Pascack Regional. She claimed the all-around title with 38.05 points that included fi rst place scores in the balance beam (9.4), fl oor exercise (9.65), vault (9.6) and uneven bars (9.4).

By Jessica Quas Pascack Valley captured the Silver Division title in the Bloomfield Tournament, defeating Bloomfield, J.P. Stevens and Marlboro. In their next dual matchup, the Indians rolled to a 2-0 triumph over Fort Lee as senior co-captain Chantel Ramhorst spiked 13 kills. Setter Danielle Bonnett directed the attack, distributing 18 assists while Amanda Patalano scooped up 14 digs as Pascack Valley upped its overall record to 5-2. Amanda Rachel Garcia spiked nine kills to spur Tenafly to a 25-9 victory over Garfield in the fi nals of the

Tenafly Tigers Tournament. Caitriona Rafferty directed the attack, distributing 11 assists as the second seeded Tigers, who defeated third seeded Dwight-Englewood 25-14 in the semifi nals while Meagan Goodfriend scooped up a dozen assists. Immaculate Heart Academy competed in the ASICS Challenge in Chicago. The Blue Eagles defeated York (IL) 2-1, winning games of 25-15, 1925 and 28-26, Lone Peak (UT) 2-0, posting wins of 25-15, 2624, Downers Grove South (IL) 2-0 with scores of 27-25 and 25-22. The Blue Eagles lost to a pair of Wisconsin schools, Pius XI 2-1 and Catholic Memorial 2-0.


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Ramsey overcame an outstanding effort at the net by Ridgefield Park’s Irene Kontogiannis who spiked 27 kills as the Rams rallied to a 2-1 victory over the Scarlets, winning by scores of 23-25, 25-16 and 26-24. Madeline McCormack slammed 10 kills, Kathryn Mazzilli dished off nine assists and Juliann Kalksma had eight digs. River Dell remained undefeated after 11 dual matches by routing Westwood 2-0 on scores of 25-10 and 25-16. Kalette deMarrais set up the attack, distributing 11 assists while Mary Maccabee slammed seven kills and Sarah Recanati picked up seven digs.

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FEVER As the season progresses, thrilling victories and nail-biters characterize this weekend’s games. Photos by Jeanine Rossi.



Aviators’ Delcalzo Surpasses 200-Win Plateau By Dennis Wilson Nick Delcalzo is a legend who still walks the sidelines as Hasbrouck Heights and continues to rack up victories in his 27th campaign as head coach. On Friday night, September 21, the Aviators rolled to a 40-6 victory over North Arlington in a NJIC gridiron clash to present Delcazo with his 200th coaching win. DelCalzo’s complete career, starting as a high school player and becoming a father of scholastic standouts, are blended with his coaching achievements at Depken Field which was the original high school facility with lights in Bergen and Passaic counties. On Friday, the Aviators routed Emerson 41-6 for Delcalzo’s 201st victory. With 7,500 screaming fans in the stands at DiNallo Sta-

dium in Montvale, the Green Knights of St. Joseph Regional/Montvale pulled out a classic 38-37 overtime victory over Bergen Catholic in a Big North Conference – United Division showdown. Junior quarterback Spencer Aukamp pitched a 25yard TD strike to his classmate, wide receiver Quai Jefferson on the first play of overtime for head coach Tony Karcich’s squad. Aukamp finished with 144 yards passing for two touchdowns and 89 yards rushing. On Saturday, October 6, Crusader senior quarterback Jon Germano placed his name in the Bergen Catholic record book when he connected with John Feaster in the second quarter on a two-yard TD strike for his 47th career touchdown pass, erasing the previous standard of 46 set by Matt LaVecchio of

The Green Raiders kept Wayne Valley in check and then exploded with 28 points in the third quarter for a 45-13 victory on Friday night.

the Class of 2000. Germano finished the Crusaders’ 55-19 romp over DePaul at Crusader Stadium throwing for three TDs and running into the end zone on two occasions. Every now and then, small Group I public schools produce a “Group IV” lineup without recruiting like the non-pub-

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ning News as well as the current Star-Ledger. This year’s Cardinals offensive front wall averages 240 pounds, similar to that of an NCAA Division III program. On Saturday, October 6, Pompton Lakes, the defending NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 1, Group I champions extended their winning streak to 12 straight with a 45-0 rout of a talented Glen Rock squad at Herschfield Park in Pompton Lakes. Quarterback Robbie Meyers flipped TD tosses of 22 yards to Tony Capobianco who also booted a 28-yard field goal and 24-yards to Kyle Stefanic while Brandon Torres picked off a Panther aerial and raced 34 yards into the end zone to highlight the diversified scoring. Top individual performances over the weekend reported to the Metropolitan New York Football Writers’ Association included Westwood’s Ryan Galloway all-purpose performance that produced two running TDs, a 75-yard touchdown reception, a 60-yard punt return into

the end zone and a successful pair of two-point conversions. Cresskill running back Tommy Hollenfer rushed for three TDs and returned a fumble 38 yards into the end zone while Bogota’s Gordon Kohles rushed for 139 yards and three touchdowns while throwing a 44-yard TD pass. Queen of Peace linebacker Tajier Jefferson racked up 10 tackles and recovered a fumble while Elmwood Park’s Brandon Velez hauled in seven aerials for 228 yards and three touchdowns. His throwing partner Michael Dare 17 of 26 aerial attempts for 367 yards and four six-pointers while Bogota’s Edwin Fiscal toted the pigskin 22 times, churning out 245 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Ramapo exploded with 28 points in the third quarter after leading 10-7 at the halftime break, to defeat Wayne Valley 45-13 in a Big North Conference clash on Friday evening. Quarterback Anthony Lovecchio opened the second half

scoring by connecting with Logan Schulte on a 73-yard touchdown pass and raced one-yard into the end zone for a second six-pointer. Skylar Amador located a seam in the Indian defensive front wall and broke loose for a 48-yard TD run before Connor Krup put six on the board for the “D” when he picked off a Wayne Valley aerial and dashed 12 yards into the end zone. LoVecchio had opened the scoring in the scoring in the first quarter when he tossed a 15-yard TD toss to Neil O’Connor. Westwood outscored Cliffside Park 44-41 in a thrilling Big North Conference confrontation under the lights in Washington Township on October 5. Ryan Galloway keyed the Cardinals’ success when he rushed for TDs of nine and 70 yards, hauled in a 75-yard touchdown aerial from Craig Carmiani and returned a punt 60 yards into the end zone. Tenafly’s Steve Sobo turned an outstanding, versatile performance to boost Tenafly to a

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SPORTS • FITNESS • WELLNESS 28-27 upset win over Bergenfield. As a quarterback, Sobo connected on 16 of 24 aerial attempts for 280 yards including TD strikes of 19, 40 and 74 yards all to Justin Waller. As a defensive back, Sobo was credited with eight tackles. Chris Jacobson provided the power in the Saddle Brook ground game as he rushed for TDs of 56, 15 and 77 yards to propel the unbeaten Falcons to their fifth straight “W” by routing North Arlington 40-14 in an NJIC confrontation played on the Vikings’ turf along the banks of the Passaic River. Pascack Valley remained unbeaten after five games by blanking Passaic Valley 32-0 in Little Falls. Colin O’Shea split the uprights with field goals of 21 and 26 yards while linebacker Mike Manente collected 10 tackles and recorded three quarterback sacks to key the Cowboys’ shutout effort. Quarterback Michael Dare unleashed a potent aerial attack as Elmwood Park subdues Lodi 31-26 in NJIC ac-

tion. Dare connected on four TD strikes, including three of 59, 25 and 79 yards to Brandon Velez while adding a one-yarded to Nick Smith as Elmwood Park improved to 4-1. In the Battle for Northern Valley bragging rights under the lights, the spotlight shined bright on John Trainer as sparked Old Tappan to a 13-6 victory over Demarest. Trainer found a seam in the Norsemen’s defensive alignment in the opening quarter and raced 90 yards into the end zone and hauled in a 30-yard TD stroke from Garrett Sytsma in the second quarter as Old Tappan upped its record to 4-1. Blake Geller tossed a 19-yard touchdown pass to Alex Wasserman when Demarest scored in the first quarter. In a non-public clash of local small schools, St. Mary/Rutherford defeated Queen of Perace 34-13. Connor Cuccinelli and Jonathan Diaz scored two touchdowns apiece for the Gaels who remained unbeaten at 4-0. Cuccunelli hauled TD

strikes of 14 and 20 yards from quarterback Ryan Monaghan while Daz scored on runs of 50 and 10 yards. Kevin Momnohin raced 89 and 20 yards into the end zone for the Golden Griffins who dropped to 1-3. Cresskill senior Thomas Hollenfer, who goes both ways as a running back and outside linebacker, turned an awesome effort to key the Cougars to a 35-21 triumph over Lyndhurst. Hollenfer churned out 194 yards

rushing, hauled in two receptions for 39 yards and picked off an interception he returned 80 yards in accumulating 313 total yards, the second highest in Cougar history. Ethan Fredericks’ defensive performance highlighted Northern Valley/Old Tappan’s 41-8 rout of West Milford in a Big North Conference confrontation. Fredericks was credited with a dozen tackles and a quarterback sack.

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GIRLS SOCCER By Jessica Quas Glen Rock remained unbeaten after a dozen games when the fourth-seeded Lady Panthers defeated Northern Valley/Old Tappan in the pre-quarterfinal round of the Bergen County Girls Soccer tournament on Sunday at Mahwah High School. Senior midfielder Hannah Petrone netted two goals and her classmate Grace Taylor tallied a solo goal and distributed an assist in the well-balanced Lady Panther’s veteran attack lineup. Caitlin Corcoran and Sophie Lederer were credited with assists while keeper Sarah Gross stopped seven shots on goal. Only seven schools have ever won a BCT title. They are Immaculate Heart Academy, Indian Hills, Northern Highlands, Pascack Valley, Ramapo, Ramsey and Ridgewood. Will Glen Rock become the eighth team to join the exclusive group later this month? Top-seeded Northern Highlands showed little mercy in ousting Rutherford from the pre-quarterfinals by a 7-0 score. Madion Holleran and Hana Kerner tallied two goals apiece with Madeline Heaney and Casey Richards contributing solo goals and dishing off assists. Nicole Miko completed the scoring parade and Emma Sullivan was credited

with a pair of assists. Second-seeded Ramapo roared to a 7-0 romp over Tenafly behind an outstanding performance by senior forward Jen Andresen who netted two goals and distributed three assists. Third-seeded IHA avoided an upset when Cam Didio netted the game-winning goal in the seventh minute of overtime to eliminate the No. 14 seed, Pascack Valley. River Dell’s 8-2 romp past Ridgewood was powered by senior midfielder Frankie Maier who scored twice and dished off a pair assist and teammate Jamie Woods, who netted a goal and passed off two assists, is another candidate to become a first-time champion. Kailey O’Keefe tallied two goals to spur sixth-seeded Ramsey to a 2-1 triumph over Paramus Catholic while senior keeper Aly Burns stopped six shots on goal as 10th-seede Mahwah upset seventh-seeded Paramus 4-0. Northern Highlands’ Clare Shea was the highest scorer in the preliminary round, netting four goals as the Lady Highlanders buried Queen of Peace 7-0. Madison Kahn, Carly Leipzig and Casey Richards completed the scoring parade. Courtney Dadinos recorded a hat trick as Ramsey breezed to a 6-0 rout of Bergenfield with Madison Kammerer, Nicole Moor and Skylas Rybacki adding solo goals. Sophie Lederer

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fueled Glen Rock’s 4-0 victory over the Academy of the Holy Angels with a hat trick performance while Kendall Daly added a goal and assist. Reilly Garner tallied three goals to key Ramapo’s 7-0 romp over Ridgefield Park as keeper Gabby Henke stopped two shots to pick up the shutout. Amelia Della Presca and Darby Kiernan scored the only goals as Pascack Valley edged Dumont 1-0 and Ridgewood slipped by New Milford 1-0. In the quarterfinals of the PCT, Wayne Valley keeper Francesca Boylan stopped three shots on goal in blanking Passaic Valley 1-0. Victoria Pugliano tallied the game’s only goal in the opening half off an assist from Keri Wieczerak. DePaul slipped past Hawthorne 1-0 thanks to the efforts of the Kachidurian sisters. Kristen directed the ball

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to Laura who deposited it into the Lady Bears’ cave. Carlyn Salus captured the spotlight as Pompton Lakes romped to a 6-0 success over West Milford when she scored three goals and was credited with a pair of assists. Wayne Hills routed Paterson Eastside 12-0 in the pre-quarterfinals as Katrina Bussanich recorded a hat trick with Alexa Beck, Jenna Bianculli and Meghan Griffin netting two goals apiece. Carly Veenstra recorded a hat trick as Eastern Christian rolled over Mary Help of Christians 6-0 as Kaitlyn Cestaro scored a goal and dished off a pair of assists. Lakeland’s 4-1 victory over Hawthorne Christian was fueled by solo goals from Carly Nichols, Rebecca Pierce, Alyssa Westhaver and Annie Yost.

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Fucci Gains 200th Win, Pascack Valley Posts Great Effort Off-the-Field

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BOYS SOCCER By Bryan Wasylak Cliffside Park’s Jim Fucci was presented his 200th career victory on Monday, September 24 when the Red Raiders trounced Westwood 7-0 in an NJIC matchup to highlight his 13th season at the helm. It’s not only wins on the field but also community service projects that measure the quality of an interscholastic program. Off-the-field, Pascack Valley posted an outstanding performance. The Indians raised $5,500 on Monday, September 24 for the family of a local seventh-grader who


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is diagnosed with leukemia, to help with the family’s medical costs. Dante Cassana and Kieran Walsh netted the goals as PV defeated Indian Hills 2-0 and the winning game ball was presented to the family. Sam Jenkin was one of two high scorers in the pre-quarterfinals when he registered a hat trick effort with three goals to propel Don Bosco Prep to a 5-1 victory over Dumont on Sunday. Matt Beier and Cole Niemec chipped in with solo goals while Ryan Gallagher and John Tober were credited with two assists apiece. Keeper Michael Nemcik stopped five shots on goal. There were two 1-0 outcomes.

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Gustavo Grisales netted the only goal of the game off a corner kick from Kevin Ramirez in the 63rd minute as Bergenfield defeated Mahwah 1-0, knocking the Thunderbirds from the unbeaten ranks. Bergen Catholic ousted Ridgewood 1-0 in overtime when Armin Grossrider scored in OT off an assist from Erick Alonso while Crusader goalie Mike Payan made five saves. In another match decided in overtime, Northern Highlands pulled out a 3-2 victory over Pascack Hills thanks to a hat trick effort by Rami Mamary who netted the game-winning tally off a cross from Andreas Karsiotis with a minute left in the first OT session. Paramus ousted Bergen Tech 5-4 when sophomore keeper Alex Kaminer stopped three penalty kick attempts as he Spartans claimed a 3-2 penalty kick victory over fifth-seeded Bergen Tech. Double overtime directed the spotlight to the outcome of Dumontâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 0-0 penalty kick 4-1 triumph over New Milford in the preliminary round of the BCT. Ryan Linder gained credit for the shutout â&#x20AC;&#x153;Wâ&#x20AC;? between the posts for the Huskies. Alex Ramadanovic converted a pass from Steve Martinez into the game-winning goal as Cliffside Park defeated Northern Val-

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Justin Olaya tallied a pair of goals and Kevin Arce one to supply the goals for Clifton while keeper Jonathan Diaz made five saves as the secondseeded Mustangs ousted No. 7 Pompton Lakes 3-0. In the Battle of Wayne, Matt Crossan and Kyle Keegan boosted the Hills into a 2-0 halftime lead and the Patriots went on to eliminate the Indians 3-0 to complete the semifinal field. In the pre-quarterfinals, Pompton Lakes’ Enver Caymaz was the leading scorer, netting five goals in the Cardinals 7-0 rout of Passaic. Keeper Andrew Gavrun preserved the shutout by making five saves. Rene White tallied a pair of goals to highlight Haw-

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thorne Christian’s 5-2 victory over West Milford as the Defenders recorded their first “W” in the PCT since 2008. Calixto tallied two goals in DePaul’s 60 blanking of Manchester Regional and Davis Mintz netted two goals to propel Wayne Hills to a 5-1 success against Eastern Christian. Fitzroy Walsh netted his third goal off an assist from freshman Gino Zacarias for a hat trick with 10 minutes remaining that snapped a 2-2 tie as Leonia defeated New Milford 3-2. Luis Dumas tallied four goals to propel Lodi to a 7-0 rout of Manchester Regional while his teammate Angel Gonzalez chipped in with two goals and an assist.

PASSAIC COUNTY Championships Saturday – October 20 at Wayne Valley (4:00pm)

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Corcoran, An, Evans Finish 1-2-3 to Pace Indian Hills to Team Title CROSS-COUNTRY By Dennis Wilson Indian Hills commenced the 2012 interscholastic crosscountry campaign off in midseason form as the Braves cruised to the Varsity B Boys Division as Bobby Corcoran broke the tape in 15:21. Hee Tae An placed second in 16:38 with Chris Evans following in third place as he was clocked in 16:43 at the 2012 Bergen County Season Opener contested at Darlington Park on Friday, September 14. Kristie Gaffney captured the girls Varsity B race in 20:11 as Indian Hills swept the first place medals. West Milford’s Matt Cummings won the Boy Varsity A race in 16:16 as Ridgewood’s Kotaro Tamura picked up the silver medal when he turned in

a time of 16:48. Northern Highlands’ Arianna North won the girls’ Varsity A section, breaking the tape in 18:53. In the Varsity C competition, Pompton Lakes’ Ramon Fantauzziwon the boys’ race in 16:26 as he led the Cardinals to a third place finish in the 10-team division. Hasbrouck Heights’ Daniella Macera finished first in the girls’ race with a clocking of 21:24 as she paced the Lady Aviators to a runnerup team finish. In sub-varsity competitions, Glen Rock’s Ryan Vandervalk crossed the line first in the junior varsity boys small division 5,000-meter run in 18:35 while Palisades Parks’ Mileny Ruiz posted the winning time of 23.33 in the girls’ section. Matt Tuohy of Indian Hills broke the

tape in 18:11 in placing first in the sophomore boys’ 5,000meter event. Leonia’s Husssein Elmeshad won the freshmen boys 3200-meter run in 9:09

while Ridgewood, paced by the gold medal performance by Leah Rosenfeld in 10:12, claimed the freshmen girls’ team trophy.

BERGEN COUNTY SEASON OPENER Varsity A Boys 5,000-Meter Run TEAM STANDINGS 1. Clifton 64; 2. Ridgewood 75; 3. Hackensack 78; 4. Passaic 85; 5. North Bergen 119; 6. Montclair 149; 7. Northern Highlands 194; 8. West Milford 240; 9. Baronne 253; 10. Fair Lawn 257; 11. Kearny 257 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1. Matt Cummings, West Milford, 16:15; 5. Kotaro Tamura, Ridgewood, 16:48; 6. Juan Pimentel, Hackensack, 16:56; 7. Paolo Nieto, Hackensack,16:57; 8. Chris Mascetti, Hackensack, 17:00; 9. Graham Jones, Ridgewood, 17:01; 10. Moise Walters,

Northern Highlands, 17:07; 18. Luke Dublirer, Ridgewood, 17:27; 21. Tim Daly, Ridgewood, 17:33; 22. Sam Calello, Ridgewood, 17:34; 25. Brian Gonzalez, Hackensack, 17:42; 31. Mike Tarakjian, Fair Lawn, 18:02; 33. Angel Uzhca, Hackensack, 18:06; 34. Dominick Savino, Paramus Catholic, 18:08; 36. Joe Diaz, Hackensack, 18:17; 37. Robert Fischer, Ridgewood, 18:19; 38. Dillon Japko, Northern Highlands, 18:22; 39. Tanner Garrity, Ridgewood, 18:28; 41. Ron Mordkovich, Fair Lawn, 18:34; 43. Joshua Burshtein, Northern Highlands, 18:44; 45. Erik Vanderwilt, Hackensack, 18:47; 49. Paul Sullivan, West Milford, 19:00; 51. Destin Royer, West Milford, 19:02; 53. Kyle Jacober, Northern Highlands, 19:05;

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Varsity A Girls 5,000-Meter Run TEAM STANDINGS 1. Academy of the Holy Angels 34; 2. Clifton 54; 3. Northern Highlands 97; 4. Montclair 99; 5. West Milford 120; 6. North Bergen 141; 7. Passaic 145; 8. Fair Lawn 188 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2. Ashley Strysko, Holy Angels, 19:08; 3. Lydon Kersting, Holy Angels, 19:19; 6. Mary Watters, Holy Angels, 20:25; 10. Lila Morreale, Paramus Catholic, 20:45; 11. Veronica Mahler, Northern Highlands, 21:01; 12. Brigid Hayes, Holy Angels, 21:05; 15. Danielle Nelson, Paramus Catholic, 21:25; 16. Olga Oretsky, Fair Lawn, 21:37; 17. Taylor Ryan, West Milford, 21:40; 19. Tara Hayes, Holy Angels, 21:50; 21. Amy Cochran, West Milford, 21:55; 23. Rebecca Trattner, Northern Highlands, 22:00; 24. Adrianna Castro, Paramus Catholic, 22:13;26. Briana Martinotti, Holy Angels, 22:21; 31. Jessia Bradt, West Milford, 22:45; 35. Niameh Glynn, Holy Angels, 22:56; 36. Katie Kreutz, West Milford, 22:58; 37. Tylore Pook, Northern Highlands, 23:01; 41. Alexis Cecere, West Milford, 23:18; 44. Patricia Marino, West Milford, 23:41; 45. Catherine Bradshaw, Paramus Catholic, 23:45; 46. Jacqueline Glasheen, Northern Highlands, 23:49; 47. Kathleen McIlraith, Northern Highlands, 23:58; 49. Kaitlyn Clausell, Fair Lawn, 24:08; 50. Jazmin Habbaab, 51. Ingrid Faria, Fair Lawn, 24:19; 52. Natalie Waterhouse, Northern Highlands, 24:32; 54. Caitlyn Tuchler, Fair Lawn, 25:05; 57. Lyana MacDonald, Fair Lawn, 25:49; 59. Melissa McParland, Fair Lawn, 26:11

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TEAM STANDINGS 1. Indian Hills 22; 2. Cliffside Park 83; 3. Lakeland 99; 4. Mahwah 135; 5, Rutherford 150; 6. Hanover Park 141; 7. Ridgefield Park 171; 8. Pascack Valley 182; 9. Leonia 234; 10 Fort Lee 253; 11. DePaul 271 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1. Bobby Cocoran, Indian Hills, 16:21; 2. Hee Tae An, Indian Hills, 16:38; 3. Chris Evans, Indian Hills, 16:43; 4. James Buser, Mahwah, 17:01; 5. Stephan Pena, Ridgefield Park, 17:11; 6. Thomas DiLandro, Indian Hills, 17:18; 7. William Brancato, Rutherford, 17:21; 8. Adam Ziyadeh, Cliffside Park, 17:22; 9. Tom Moore, Lakeland, 17:27; 10. Andrew Kristofick, Indian Hills, 17:29; 11. Brandon Rousseau, Indian Hills, 17:33; 12. John Meyers, Indian Hills, 17:41;14.

Jimmy Arnold, Rutherford, 17:45; 15. Mike Abulebda, Cliffside Park, 17:46; 16. Anthony D’Arrigo, Lakeland, 17:47; 17. Cheick Haidora, Ridgefield Park, 17:53; 18. Michael LoConte, Hanover Park, 18:00; 19. Chris Tortora, Cliffside Park, 18:01; 20. Richie Sukhdeo, Cliffside Park, 18:02; 21. Alex Velasquez, Cliffside Park, 18:03; 22. Mark Fanella, Lakeland, 18:06; 23. David Choi, Mahwah, 18:09; 24. John Lutz, Lakeland, 18:11; 25. Soichin Itagaki, Fort Lee, 18:20; 26. Joe Spinella, Mahwah, 18:29; 27. Harley Ruiz, Cliffside Park, 18:36; 28. Hunter Wallace, Lakeland, 18:40; 29. Samer Abulebda, Cliffside Park, 18:43; 30. Frank Chung, Leonia, 18:44; 31. Nurlan Herburger, Pascack Valley, 18:55; 32. Kevin Kim, Mahwah, 18:57; 33. Alexander Hayda, Rutherford, 18:58; 34. Andrew Fenwick, Rutherford, 19:01; 35. James Almeida, Pascack Valle, 19:19;36. Chris Carcich, Pascack Valley, 19:23; 38. A.J. Hall, Pascack Valley, 19:45; 39. Zak Fischer, Lakeland, 19:47; 40. Jermal Fevrier, Ridgefield Park, 19:49; 41. Rafael Diaz-Granades, Leonia, 19:55; 42. Jake Denbeaux, Pascack Valley, 20:00; 43. Mike Cerruti, DePaul, 20:01; 44. Robert Kluge, DePaul, 20:02; 46. Masayoshi Miura, Fort Lee, 20:10; 47. Jake Boyle, Pascack Valley, 20:13; 49. Scott Wagner, Pascack Valley, 20:29; 50. Eric Kim, Mahwah, 20:33; 51. Peter Striegel, Lakeland, 20:46; 52. Jason Hwang, Leonia, 20:51; 53. William Jeong, Leonia, 20:51; 54. John Weidner, Ridgefield Park, 21:11; 55. Eric Schriber, Ridgefield Park, 21:12; 56. Johnson Lin, Fort Lee, 21:14; 57. Mateo Perez, Ridgefield Park, 21:14; 58. Adam Chung, Leonia, 21:16; 59. Joe Lozito, DePaul, 21:17; 60. Kevin Lu, Fort Lee, 21:18; 61. Trevan Hennessey, DePaul, 21:19; 62. Ryan McNeilly, Rutherford, 21:27; 63. Matthew Perdomo, Ridgefield Park, 21:29; 64. Eric Heckelmann, DePaul, 21:32; 65. Justin Kim, Leonia, 21:37; 66. Chris Ashman, Fort Lee, 21:48; 67. Evan Pilaar, Mahwah, 22:09; 68. Andrew Lee, Mahwah, 22:14; 69. Mathia Miller, Leonia, 22:32; 70. Sahil Trivedi, DePaul, 23:25; 71. Nick Nowoslawski, Rutherford, 23:41; 72. Joel Ahn, Fort Lee, 24:05; 73. Nick Albert, 24:09; 74. Steven Morales, Fort Lee, 24:48; 75. Neil Acharya, Fort Lee, 25:50

Varsity B Girls 5,000-Meter Run TEAM STANDINGS 1. Indian Hills 38; 2. Rutherford 105; 3. Cliffside Park 109; 4. Fort Lee 112; 5. Pascack Valley 120; 6. Hanover Park 127; 7. Ridgefield Park 159; 8. Lakeland 164; 9. Mahwah 177; 10. Leonia 239 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1. Kristie Gaffney, Indian Hills, 20:11; 3. Katie Sullivan, Rutherford, 20:50; 4. Shannen Gallardo, Cliffside Park, 21:08; 5. Lila Milgrom, Glen Rock, 21:19; 6. Sydney Coughlin, Indian Hills, 21:22; 7. Jaime Mangold, Indian Hills, 21:32; 8. Bessie Zavidow, Pascack Valley, 21:38; 9. Molly Smith, Glen Rock, 21:40; 10. Christina Ramirez, Fort Lee, 21:41; 11. Maddy Weis, Pascack Valley, 21:45; 12. Merissa Muller, Ridgefield Park, 21:46; 13. Brianna Ward, Indian Hills, 21:48; 14. Allison Regan, Rutherford, 21:49; 15. Melanie Plattner, Fort Lee, 21:51; 17. Kelly Bussisano, Indian Hills, 21:57; 18. Monica Strowbridge, Ridgefield Park, 22:01; 19. Shaneka Quavers,

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Cliffside Park, 22:04; 20. Renee Mattesich, Fort Lee, 22:07; 21. Mikayla Pacilio, Mahwah, 22:11; 22. Enisa MrKulic, Ridgefield Park, 22:18; 23. Jamie Pacilio, Mahwah, 22:19; 24. Julie Lau, Fort Lee, 22:25; 26. Rebecca Arnold, Rutherford, 22:30; 27. Elly Partafylla, Cliffside Park, 22:35; 28. Violet Rooney, Lakeland, 22:37; 29. Vanessa Urueta, Rutherford, 22:40; 30. Rosemary Ventura, Cliffside Park, 22:43; 31. Andrea Galfo, Leonia, 22:54; 32. Alice Urbiel, Pascack Valley, 22:55; 33. Caroline Morrow, Pascack Valley, 23:00; 34. Milena Hareza, DePaul, 23:01; 35. Nikki Pearce, Lakeland, 23:06; 36. Alex Faeth, Lakeland, 23:08; 37. Chelsea Hwang, Leonia, 23:09; 38. Jackie Lopez, Cliffside Park, 23:21; 39. Kate Harrison, Glen Rock, 23:23; 40. Katie Barron, Lakeland, 23:25; 41. Vicki Wilson, Lakeland, 23:27; 43. Theresa Forte, Rutherford, 23:46; 44. Gabriella DePena, Cliffside Park, 23:48; 45. Yoshlee Taveras, Cliffside Park, 23:53; 46. Cara Donohue, Rutherford, 23:55; 47. Nikki Lynch, Pascack Valley, 24:00; 48. Annie Daniels, Mahwah, 24:04; 49. Lizzie O’Connor, Mahwah, 24:05; 50. Erinn Greene, Rutherford, 24:07; 51. Amanda DiGiona, Pascack Valley, 24:07; 52. Julia Anzano, Mahwah, 24:08; 53. Rosanna Diaz, Mahwah, 24:20; 55. Jean Han, Fort Lee, 24:55; 56. Rei Yoshida, Fort Lee, 24:57; 57. Antonia Albes, DePaul, 25:02; 59. Sara Pellegrino, Lakeland, 25:43; 60. Claire Jiang, Leonia, 25:48; 61. Ellen Kim, Ridgefield Park, 26:06; 62. Natalie Armstrong, Ridgefield Park, 26:14; 63. Samantha Coburn, Mahwah, 26:22; 64. Molly Kennelly, Leonia, 27:2; 65. Andrea Major, Fort Lee, 28:15; 66. Brianna Diekhaus,

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Varsity C Boys 5,000-Meter Run TEAM STANDINGS 1. Secaucus 58; 2. Bogota 65; 3. Pompton Lakes 83; 4. Lyndhurst 98; 5. Hasbrouck Heights 109; 6. Whippany Park 140; 7. Eastern Christian 141; 8. Harrison 218; 9. Saddle River Day 226; 10. Waldwick 253 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1. Ramon Fantauzzi, Pompton Lakes, 16:26; 2. Jovanie Sotomayor, Bogota, 16:39; 3. Jorge Maldonado, Palisades Park, 17:00; 4. Marc Rosenberg, Dwight-Englewood, 17:23; 5. Andre Francisco, Lyndhurst, 17:32; 6. Marc Mastropietro, Hasbrouck Heights, 17:38; 7. Quinn Geraghty, Bogota, 17:51; 8. Liam Geraghty, Bogota, 17:52; 9. Austin Gausditis, Pompton Lakes, 17:53; 12. Kevin Teets, New Milford, 18:06; 14. Stephen Covello, Lyndhurst, 18:15; 15. Stephan Hodulik, Hasbrouck Heights, 18:15; 17. Daniel Vivolo, Eastern Christian, 18:22; 18. Robert Peretti, Eastern Christian, 18:26; 19. Zane Decker, Pompton Lakes, 18:27; 20. William Hooper, Lyndhurst, 18:33; 22. Tom Locovare, New Milford, 18:41; 23. Michael Gioiosa, Bogota, 18:41; 29. Chase Turner, Pompton Lakes, 19:12; 30. Keefe Doheny, Hasbrouck Heights, 19:13; 31. Andrew Ward, Dwight-Englewood, 19:26; 32. Tyler Van Lenten, Eastern Christian, 19:27; 33. Pat McGrath, Hasbrouck Heights,

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Tague, Lyndhurst, 23:50; 28. Kelly Moran, Hasbrouck Heights, 23:53; 30. Fiona Carbone, Lyndhurst, 24:40; 31. Karine Yamout, Waldwick, 24:46; 32. Brittany Levario, Lyndhurst, 24:51; 33. Nicole Tartini, Eastern Christian, 25:06; 35. Amanda Guerra, Hasbrouck Heights, 25:38; 37. Gina Bonacarti, Lyndhurst 25:52; 39. Rachel Campbell, Eastern Christian, 26:09; 40. Alexndra Karwoski, Lyndhurst, 27:20; 43. Jessica Santulli, Waldwick, 29:00

Junior Varsity Boys Small Division 5-K Run INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1. Ryan Vandervalk, Glen Rock, 18:35; 2. Noah Kasminoff, Indian Hills, 18:36; 3. Jacob Campbell, Glen Rock, 18:46; 4. Nate Brand, Indian Hills, 18:47; 5. Joey Rivera, Lakeland, 18:57; 6. Mark Grinn, Glen Rock, 19:25; 8. Jesse Rao, Indian Hills. 19:41; 9. Christian Diaz, Cliffside Park, 19:43; 10. Louis Napolitano, St. Joseph Regional/ Montvale, 20:08; 11. John Schaffer, Lakeland, 20:09; 12. Nathaniel Williams, Lakeland, 20:11; 13. Joseph Senak, Lyndhurst, 20:19; 14. Juan Cerezo, Cliffside Park, 20:20; 15. Anthony Valerio, Cliffside Park, 20:20; 16. Tyler Landells, Lyndhurst, 20:25; 17. Andrew Rodgers, Lakeland, 20:33; 18. Chris Kogan, Lakeland, 20:35; 19. Kevin Mawyin, Ridgefield Park, 20:38; 20. Brandon Butler, Saddle River Day, 20:39; 21. Chris Whittaker, New Milford, 20:47; 22. Chris Wendowski, Pompton Lakes, 20:49; 23. Steven Schwartz, Glen Rock, 20:50; 24. Aaron Meimban, Saddle Brook, 20:51; 25. Jason Urena, Lakeland, 20:52; 26. Erik Slump, Glen Rock, 21:01; 27. Alberto Castillo, Bogota, 21:05; 28. Aren Spahiu, Lyndhurst, 21:13; 29. Steve Perez, Ridgefield, 21:16; 31. Dylan Stanco, Lyndhurst, 21:18; 32. Antonio Lee, Ridgefield, 21:25; 33. Oliver Gonzales, New Milford, 21:30; 34. Kyle Kocijan, Bogota, 21:30; 35. Sufuan Rahim, Dwight Morrow, 21:37; 36. Darren Fink, Cliffside Park, 21:37; 37. John Paul Wang, 21:38; 39. R.J. O’Brien, Saddle Brook, 21:43; 40. Yoon Ahn, Ridgefield Park, 21:53; 41. Nelson Echanique, Leonia, 21:54; 42. Chris Norton, Pompton Lakes, 21:55; 43. Robert Colantuano, Pompton Lakes, 21:58; 45. Patrick Bermudez, St. Joseph Regional/Montvale, 22:03: 46. Dylan Perez, Ridgefield Park, 22:14; 48. David DeJesus, Bogota, 22:22; 49. Charles Elsea, DePaul, 22:22; 51. Salim Davis, Dwight Morrow, 22:32;

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52. Robert Syme, Lyndhurst, 22:36; 53. Ethan Oquendo, Ridgefield Park, 22:44; 54. Chris Martucci, Ridgefield, 22:48;55. Noah Golub, Dwight-Englewood, 22:50; 56. Steven Lauria, Lyndhurst, 22:52; 58. Bobby Heck, Bogota, 22:59; 59. Samuel Blanco, Dwight Morrow, 23:00; 60. Nick Bermaudez, Glen Rock, 23:01; 61. Abreham Mindaye, Lyndhurst, 23:12; 63. Chris Collazo, Ridgefield, 23:19; 65. Vikash Duran, Ridgefield, 23:24; 66. Mark Buchakjian, Saddle River Day, 23:26; 67. Spencer Schoonmaker, Pompton Lakes, 23:27; 68. Miguel Grullon, Ridgefield, 23:30; 69. Gabriel Silverio, Lyndhurst, 23:34; 73. David Vasquez, Bogota, 23:46; 74. Rushi Mehta, Palisades Park, 23:48; 75. Thomas Mahoney, St. Joseph Regonal/Montvale, 23:51; 76. Mike Crowley, Saddle River Day, 23:52; 77. Daniel Barcenas, Rutherford, 23:54; 78. Justin Spahiu, Lyndhurst, 23:55; 79. Charles Dewey, St. Joseph Regional/Montvale 23:56; 80. Jorge Rosas, Leonia, 24:17; 81. Farhan Yousef, Mahwah, 24:20; 82. David Chu, Ridgefield, 24:21; 83. Andrew Dowling, Ridgefield, 24:23; 84. Gadnerre Gutiza, New Milford, 24:28; 85. Devonne Johnson, Saddle Brook, 24:48; 86. Matthew Batory, DePaul, 24:51; 87. Zach George, Pompton Lakes, 24:53; 88. Christian Miller, DePaul, 24:55; 89. Matt Millan, Pompton Lakes, 24:57; 90. Cory Mahoraj, Dwight Morrow, 25:08; 91. Christian Zapata, Bogota, 25:10; 92. Justo Calderon, Cliffside Park, 25:10; 93. Paul Choi, Ridgefield, 25:15; 95. Aaron Moon, Cliffside Park, 25:16; 96. Suleyman Yildiz, Rutherford, 25:17; 97. Ryan DeLuca, Ridgefield Park, 25:20; 98. Sebastian Chinge, Lyndhurst, 25:37; 99. Tyler Ryan, New Milford, 25:44; 100. Chanbo Chung, Ridgefield, 25:57; 101. Chris Mercado, Ridgefield, 26:03; 102. Ken Eisenhardt, DePaul, 26:06; 103. Nick Mayer-Aschoff, Glen Rock, 26:18; 104. Marcos Rodriguez, Lyndhurst, 26:26; 106. Sage Reyes, Ridgefield, 27:17; 107. Krzysztof Warszawa, Lyndhurst, 28:16; 109. Sal Pacheria, Saddle River Day, 29:44; 110. Jeff Chavez, New Milford, 29:51; 111. Tariq Khan, New Milford, 29:52

Junior Varsity Girls 5,000-Meter Run INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1. Mileny Ruiz, Palisades Park, 23:33, 2. Melissa Hidalgo, Pompton Lakes, 24:04; 3. Brenna Falvey, Pompton Lakes, 24:39; 4. Fernanda Fernandez, Rutherford, 24:58; 5. Emily Russo, Lakeland, 25:04; 6. Maryem Khanfri, Cliffside Park, 25:10; 7. Karina Pedrazza, Pompton Lakes, 25:20; 8. Desiree Peterson, Dwight Morrow, 25:21; 9. Silvana Vasquez, Cliffside Park, 25:22; 10. Micaela Rispoli, Cliffside Park, 25:24; 11. Allison Homler, Mahwah, 25:26; 12. Rafaela Peralta-Vasquez, Dwight-Englewood, 25:35; 13. Christina Burke, Lakeland, 25:48; 14. Zuzanna Szmacinsk, Rutherford, 25:55; 15. Lauren Davis, Mahwah, 26:06; 16. Danielle Pitera, Rutherford, 26:24; 19. Megan Smith, Pompton Lakes, 26:51; 20. Emily Henning, Lakeland, 26:58; 21. Tatyano Lagomarsino, Saddle Brook, 27:02; 22. Rachel Walker, Pompton Lakes, 27:11; 23. Alex Hassett, Pompton Lakes, 27:11; 24. Lisa Hassett, Fort Lee, 27:26; 25. Emily Robbins, Bogota, 27:44; 26. Kristen

Grotheer, Mahwah, 27:44; 28. Yulliet Ruiz, Palisades Park, 28:06; 29. Alyssa Otto, Pompton Lakes, 28:15; 30. Kelly Ordonez, New Milford, 28:38; 31. Judy Garmendia, Mahwah, 28:45; 32. Brianna Monnett, Ridgefield Park, 28:48; 33. Emily Bhoy, Fort Lee, 28:51; 34. Teresa Lee, Fort Lee, 28:56; 35. Nicole Mohammadi, Dwight-Englewood, 29:04; 36. Nicole Byrne, Mahwah, 29:12; 37. Michelle Vega, Cliffside Park, 29:16; 39. Emily Chen, Fort Lee, 29:33; 40. Nicoletta Fishetti, Bogota, 29:33; 41. Shirley Lin, Fort Lee, 29:40; 42. Nicole Crespo, Cliffside Park, 29:45; 43. Carolyn Field, DePaul, 30:04; 44. Allie Draghi, Pompton Lakes, 30:11; 45. Leah Kern, Mahwah, 30:24; 47. Camille Figuereo, New Milford, 30:46; 48. Angela Trajceuski, Pompton Lakes, 30:47; 49. Fiorella Vecco, Lyndhurst, 31:05; 52. Shannon Rebadio, Dwight Morrow, 32:25; 53. Gabrielle Lipari, Saddle Brook, 33:12; 54. Kristen Medina, New Milford, 33:29; 57. Grace Chong, Dwight Morrow 37:50

Sophomore Boys 5,000-Meter Run TEAM STANDINGS 1. Indian Hills 44; 2. Bergen Catholic 80; 3.Clifton 90; 4. Saddle Brook 91; 5. Dwight-Englewood 118; 6. St. Joseph Regional/Montvale 158; 7. Northern Highlands 177; 8. Pascack Valley 184; 9. Montclair 188 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1. Matt Tuohy, Indian Hills, 18:11; 3. Matthew Zovistoski, St. Joseph Regional/Montvale, 18:38; 4. Tom McPhee, Indian Hills, 18:42; 6. Ryan Kleber, Indian Hills, 18:57; 7. Ryan Semsel, Dwight-Englewood, 19:08; 8. Christopher Rapp, Paramus Catholic. 19:28; 9. Alex Fiori, Indian Hills, 19:28; 10. Darriel Rivera, Dwight Morrow, 19:37; 11. Pat Ryan, Bergen Catholic, 19:39; 12. Yu Omiya, Dwight-Englewood, 19:43; 14. Nitiz Mogilisetty, Saddle Brook, 20:00; 15. Clement Wong, Dwight-Englewood, 20:05; 16. Anthony Perisco, Bergen Catholic, 20:06; 17. Patrick Groth, West Milford, 20:06; 19. Charlie Niece, Bergen Catholic, 20:11; 20. Connor McGillick, Saddle Brook, 20:19; 22. Justin Dritschel, Saddle Brook, 20:33; 24. Steven Kearns, Saddle Brook, 20:38; 26. Thomas Furletti, Bergen Catholic, 20:50; 27. Jose Vargas, Palisades Park, 20:55; 28. George Suehnholz, Northern Highlands, 21:01; 29. Joseph Buttacavoli, Northern Highlands, 21:13; 30. Kevin Leonard, Bergen Catholic, 21:17; 31. Thomas Murphy, St. Joseph Regional/Montvale, 21:23; 32. Robert Meloro, Bergen Catholic, 21:26; 33. Andrew Stolbof, Indian Hills, 21:33; 34. Ryan Doran, St. Joseph Regional/Montvale, 21:34; 35. Peter Mathus, Saddle Brook, 21:42; 37. Josh Freund, Indian Hills, 21:49; 39. Zackery Tyler, Northern Highlands, 21:49; 40. Chris LaSpina, Indian Hills, 21:51; 41. Justin Martins, Pascack Valley, 21:57;43. Roger Zlotlow, Pascack Valley, 22:13; 44. John McCarthy, Pascack Valley, 22:16; 45. Dan Capuano, Pascack Valley, 22:17; 46. Dave Menville, Pascack Valley, 22:17; 47. Connor Weis, Pascack Valley, 22:19; 48. Doug Liska, Saddle

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SPORTS • FITNESS • WELLNESS Brook, 22:21; 49. Frank Lenge, New Milford, 22:28; 50. John Della Pesca, Pascack Valley, 2:31; 51. Parker Guzio, Indian Hills, 22:35; 52. Vasiily Fomin, Dwight-Englewood, 22:39; 53. Matthew Riotto, Pompton Lakes, 22:42; 55. Robert Pasch, Paramus Catholic, 22:47; 56. Daniel Lacey, St. Joseph Regional/Montvale, 22:50; 57. David Panger, Glen Rock, 22:51; 58. Benjamin Dykstra, Paramus Catholic, 22:55; 59. Daven Pandya, Saddle Brook, 23:00; 60. Jeevan Jeyabalan, Indian Hills, 23:03; 62. John Rechichi, Glen Rock, 23:08; 63. Manuel Valdez, Dwight Morrow, 23:12; 64. Matthew Petti, DwightEnglewood, 23:15; 65. Thomas Hart, Northern Highlands, 23:18; 67. Zaid Baghal, Northern Highlands, 23:28; 68. Dane Martins, Pascack Valley, 23:31; 70. Zach Rogich, Pascack Valley, 23:38; 72. Jordan Chirichella, West Milford, 23:45; 73. Evan Sutter, Saddle Brook, 23:46; 74. Matthew Conklin, Northern Highlands, 23:58; 75. Brian Brooks, Saddle Brook, 23:58; 76. Justin Cook, Pascack Valley, 23:59; 77. Zach Holowacz, Indian Hills, 24:01; 78. Evan Durso, Northern Highlands, 24:08; 79. Jeremy Scott, West Milford, 24:14; 80. Mike McLeod, Pascack Valley, 24:26; 81. William Jansen, Cliffside Park, 24:26; 82. Hardeep Singh, Cliffside Park, 24:48; 84. Taylor Robbins, Glen Rock, 24:58; 85. Gregory Lacey, St. Joseph Regional/Montvale, 25:01; 86. Kent Shoda, New Milford, 25:03; 87. Brandon Lau, Saddle Brook, 25:17; 88. Anthony Vezza, Pascack Valley, 25:36; 89. Tim Harwick, Bergen Catholic,25:51; 90. Jesse Mangold, Indian Hills, 25:59; 91. Dean Packer, Pascack Valley. 26:15; 92. Kieran Baguiwet, Paramus Catholic, 26:15; 93. Anthony Rivera, Cliffside Park, 26:32; 94. Jordan Zappile, Pompton Lakes, 26:47; 95. Elijah Powell, New Milford, 26:51; 96. Charlie Sternberg, New Milford, 26:54; 97. Liam Glass, St. Joseph Regional/Montvale, 26:57; 99. Patrick Danna, St. Joseph Regional/Montvale, 29:05; 100. Anthony Biancamano, Rutherford, 30:12; 101. Frank Obando, Pompton Lakes, 32:45

Freshmen Boys 3200-Meter Run TEAM STANDINGS 1. Lyndhurst 46; 2. Bogota 8; 3. Indian Hills 83; 4. Lakeland 90; 5. Pascack Valley 96; 5. New Milford 119; 7. Harrison 136 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1. Husssein Elmeshad, Leonia, 9:09; 2. Jack Kerin, Indian Hills, 9:17; 3. Jin Kyu Kang, Palisades Park, 9:23; 4. Patrick Martinez, Lyndhurst, 9:40; 5. Max Zavidow, Pascack Valley, 9:42; 6. Dillon Negrao, Lyndhurst, 9:44; 7. Andy Jaipersaud, Bogota, 9:45; 8. Henry Heller, Mahwah, 9:45; 9. Jarod Reith, Lakeland, 9:45; 10. Andy Biss, Lakeland, 9:49; 12. Zak Terzini, Pascack Valley, 9:55; 13. Garrett Ward, Indian Hills, 9:56; 14. Kelan Yalong, Saddle Brook, 9:56; 15. Anthony Dell’Aquila, Lyndhurst, 10:00; 16. Bryant Yoshida, New Milford, 10:01; 17. Corey Leclerc, Lyndhurst, 10:03; 18. Kazuki Garay, Bogota, 10:06; 19. Jared Wallace, Lakeland, 10:10; 20. Kevin Dougherty, Pascack Valley, 10:11; 21. Mark

Bodnar, St. Joseph Regional/Montvale, 10:12; 22. Devin Yunis, Lyndhurst, 10:15; 23. Dan Kalmowitz, Hasbrouck Heights, 10:17; 24. Timot Strowbridge, Ridgefield Park, 10:21; 25. Jason Chen, Ridgefield Park, 10:23; 28. Gino Perino, Leonia 10:35; 30. Vince Grippo, Indian Hills, 10:36; 32. Bryan Francis, St. Joseph Regional/Montvale, 10:46; 33. Michael Granquist, Bogota, 10:47; 34. Conor McDonnell, Bogota, 10:48; 35. Hector Feliciano, Bogota, 10:48; 36. Evan Krause, Indian Hills, 10:50; 38. Anthony Francis, DePaul, 10:55; 39. Nathan Gordon, Dwight-Englewood, 11:01; 40. Spencer Lee, New Milford, 11:03; 41. Tim Oldano, New Milford, 11:07; 42. Matthew Hickey, DePaul, 11:09; 43. Nick Chediak, Fort Lee, 11:12; 44. Dan Dooner, Glen Rock, 11:15; 45. Erik Ludvigsen, Lakeland, 11:16; 46. Stefo Hunter, New Milford, 11:18; 47. Pocholo Itoma, New Milford, 11:20; 48. Dylan Kelly, Fort Lee, 11:22; 49. Albert Chung, Leonia, 11:30; 50. C.J. Anderson, Lyndhurst, 11:33; 51 Alex Hutcherson, Indian Hills, 11:34; 52. Jack Tobin, Bogota, 11:35; 53. Tom Palamidis, Pascack Valley, 11:36; 54. Elliott Jennis, Dwight-Englewood, 11:37; 55. Chris Fodera, Lyndhurst, 11:38; 57. Josh Stein, Glen Rock, 11:41; 58. Adam Waidlich, Indian Hills, 11:42; 59. Max Straubinger, Lakeland, 11:46; 60. Fred Vasquez, Cliffside Park, 12:05; 61. Simon Carbonell, Pascack Valley, 12:09; 65. Dylan Aponte, Leonia, 12:21; 68. Patrick Westervelt, New Milford, 12:45; 69. Scott Roman, Indian Hills, 12:55; 70. Andrew Tran, Hanover Park, 13:07; 74. Jose Rodriguez, Lyndhurst, 13:52; 75. Donald Weher, DePaul, 14:08; 77. Marc Bernstein, Glen Rock, 14:29; 78. Domer Gutiza, New Milford, 15:39; 79. Chris Aquino, Cliffside Park, 16:17; 80. Tyler Freitas, Lyndhurst, 19:54

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS ensack, 11:38; 28. Lauren Presta, DePaul, 11:40; 29, Mia Barbera, Ridgewood, 11:41; 30. Ally Larson, Immaculate Heart, 11:43; 31. Tara Otegui, West Milford, 11:53; 32. Margot DeWaal, West Milford, 11:54; 33. Jessica Needleman, Glen Rock, 11:57; 34. Sarah Brennan, Immaculate Heart, 11:58; 35. Lexus Cover, Hasbrouck Heights, 11:58; 36. Hana Shapiro, Pascack Valley, 12:01; 37. Bridget Scanlon, Immaculate Heart, 12:02; 38. Lisa Kashuba, Hasbrouck Heights, 12:09; 40. Brielle Pett, Immaculate Heart, 12:11; 41. Mikayla Kildunne, West Milford, 12:11; 42. Rachel Bases, Glen Rock; 12:13; 46. Samantha Hernandez, Ridgewood, 12:20; 47. Matalie Lozito, DePaul, 12:22; 48. Clara Peer, Immaculate Heart, 12:24; 49. Clara Hayes, Holy Angels, 12:26; 50. Lisa Chiovetta, Saddle Brook, 12:29; 51. Poyani Bavishi, Ridgewood, 12:32; 53. Vanessa Archibold, Saddle Brook, 12:45; 55. Lauren Boos, Glen Rock, 12:49; 56. Shayne Jennings, Ridgewood, 12:51; 57. Catherine Kluge, DePaul, 12:51; 58. Marlene DaCruz, Lyndhurst, 12:53; 59. Mollie Knee, Ridgewood, 12:53; 60. Danielle Liporace, Holy Angels, 12:55; 61. Serena Martinez, Hackensack, 13:01; 62. Diana Soriano, Ridgewood, 13:02; 63. Kelly Dwyer, Ridgewood, 13:06; 64. Jennifer Mickowski, DePaul, 13:08; 65. Olivia Lavin, Ridgewood, 13:09; 66. Samantha Parente, Hasbrouck Heights, 13:09; 67. Viviana Perez, Lyndhurst, 13:15; 68. Hunter Tarvin, Ridgewood, 13:15; 69. Kyewon Kim, Immaculate Heart, 13:16; 70. Isabelle Garrity, Ridgewood, 13:19; 71. Tatum Flood, Ridgewood, 13:20; 73. Mariome LaBarbera, Hasbrouck Heights, 13:23;

74. Grace Harris, Ridgewood, 13:26; 77. Cami Rubach, Dwight-Englewood, 13:30; 78. Sphie Jerome, Dwight-Englewood, 13:32; 79. Megan Sheehan, Lakeland, 13:38; 80. Anna Capasso, Lyndhurst, 13:40; 82. Tammy Jung, Palisades Park, 13:47; 84. Olivia Ward, Pascack Valley, 13:50; 85. Amanda Hackett, Lyndhurst, 13:51; 86. Gillian Bove, Lyndhurst, 13:52; 87. Hope Gatto, Saddle Brook, 13:53; 88. Angelica Fermin, Hackensack, 13:54; 89. Emily Schwartz, Indian Hills, 13:55; 90. Magnolia Pilkington, Paramus Catholic, 13:58; 91. Karisa Quimby, Saddle Brook, 13:59; 92. Emely Bias, Ridgefield Park, 14:01; 94. Lucy Plowe, Dwight-Englewood, 14:10; 95. Allia Jahanbin, Ridgewood, 14:15; 96. Kadie Pianettini, Indian Hills, 14:21; 97. Melissa Ramirez, Bogota, 14:21; 99. Kalee Burns, Lakeland, 14:55; 100. Alexis Turko, Fair Lawn, 15:04; 102. Cristina Segovia, Northern Highlands, 15:14; 103. Trini Drakopoulos, New Milford, 15:32; 105. Julie Mathew, New Milford, 16:04; 106. Sarah Almeda, New Milford, 16:04; 107. Isabella Orbegozo, Bogota, 16:40; 108. Kristen Heckelmann, DePaul, 16:53; 109. Tatiana Mehos, Ridgewood, 17:02; 111. Catherine Kotsambas, DePaul, 17:18; 113. Karen Camperverde, Hackensack, 17:43; 114. Nickolette Brown, Hackensack, 17:51; 115. Mitz Umali, New Milford, 18:00; 117. Briana Bruno, DePaul, 18:30; 119. Emily Vasquez, Bogota, 19:45; 120. Cassidy Sicherer, Fair Lawn, 20:13; 121. Annabelle Abud, Hackensack, 21:59; 122. Sugeily Toribio, Ridgefield, 24:56; 123. Seyda Karakas, Northern Highlands 26:12

Freshmen Girls 3200-Meter Run TEAM STANDINGS 1. Ridgewood 35: 2. West Milford 74; 3. Immaculate Heart Academy 78; 4. Hasbrouck Heights 105; 5. Saddle Brook 130; 6. DePaul 179; 7. North Bergen 211; 8. Montclair 223; 9. Lyndhurst 223; 10. Hackensack 226; 11. Harrison 237 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1. Leah Rosenfeld, Ridgewood, 10:12; 2. Frances Carnuccio, West Milford, 10:25; 3. Samantha Williams, West Milford, 10:26; 4. Samantha Halvorsen, Ridgewood, 10:30; 5. Julia Miles, Indian Hills, 10:41; 6. Ciara Rhodes, Holy Angels, 10:46; 7. Erin O’Donnell, Paramus Catholic, 10:51; 8. Danielle Dallara, Hasbrouck Heights, 10:53; 9. Jodie Hinchen, Northern Highlands, 10:57; 10. Julia Guerra, Indian Hills, 11:03; 11. Adrianna Lopez, Palisades Park, 11:05; 12. Nicole McVeigh, Saddle Brook, 11:06; 13. Ashley McVeigh, Saddle Brook, 11:08; 14. Lauren Martinez, Immaculate Heart, 11:08; 15. Lindsay Haas, Ridgewood, 11:11; 16. Erin Dwyer, Ridgewood, 11:11; 17. Emily Stern, Ridgewood, 11:13; 18. Bonnie Bower, Lakeland, 11:13; 19. Maria Argentina-McDonald, Lakeland, 11:14; 20. Brooke McKnight, Hasbrouck Heights, 11:14; 21. Lauren Gallagher, Immaculate Heart, 11:17; 22. Isabelle Stern, Ridgewood, 11:25; 24. Anya Sherman, Ridgewood, 11:29; 25. Jackie Rogers, Immaculate Heart, 11:31; 26. Kelly Mandella, Holy Angels, 11:37; 27. Abigail McFarland, Hack-

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Teaching Kids Leadership Contributed by Huntington Learning Center

RIDGEWOOD, NJ (Grassroots Newswire) September 20, 2012 - Most parents recognize the importance of time management, strong communication, good listening and other study skills, but what about leadership? “Your child doesn’t have to aspire to be the next president of the United States to benefit from the lessons of leadership,” says Heather Carroll, Ridgewood Huntington Learning Center operator. “Activities and programs that instill leadership help teach children about perseverance, conflict resolution, building one’s character, goal setting and more.” Carroll offers parents these tips to help their child develop leadership skills: Encourage volunteering for a cause your child cares about. What gets your child excited? Animals? The planet? Helping other kids? Encourage

your child to make a difference through volunteering, or try doing service learning as a family. Getting involved is a wonderful way for kids to discover a passion, make friends, and share their experiences and excitement with others. Give your child opportunities to teach others. Whether it is a sibling or a classmate, children who teach their peers often become more engaged in the subject matter. If your student is a good reader, how about reading to younger siblings and teaching them reading basics? Your child will build a sense of pride in sharing his or her knowledge and helping others learn something new. Check out extracurricular activities. Your child’s school likely has a plethora of clubs and activities with which your child could get involved. Sports are an obvious way to instill in your child the lessons of hard work, teamwork and

determination, but if your child isn’t interested in athletics, don’t overlook things like student council, yearbook, drama club, music, math club, science club or a student ambassador program. Explore leadership programs and camps. Do you live near a college? Check to see what programs they have for rising middle and high school students. Some colleges offer enrichment, college preparatory or other programs for children and teens designed specifically to build leadership aptitudes. How about experiential or other types of leadership camps in your area? You can check with your child’s teachers, guidance counseling office and school district for suggestions or referrals. Carroll encourages parents to be creative when it comes to leadership development opportunities for their child. “The key is to empower your child to take on new responsibilities, strive for things

he or she wants, take risks, and recognize and build his or her strengths. Doing so will help your child become a more engaged and involved student and citizen.”

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Phil Can you Train with both Kettlebells & Weights? Ask Zack Fox Contributed by American Eagle Mixed Martial Arts & Kettlebells

By Phil Ross I get asked that question quite a bit. Generally, it’s asked by those who have been avid weight lifters, but are curious about the benefits of kettlebells. A large majority of these inquisitive people are not knowledgeable in the science of Kettlebell Training; I use this opportunity to educate them. The answer is a resounding “Yes”, but if you are new to kettlebell training, you should first take some time and train solely with the Kettlebells for a while in order to allow your body to acclimate to the new type of movement. There are inherent differences between the manner that Kettlebells develop strength and standard resistance training with weights. Allow your body to develop a familiarity with the Kettlebells prior to incorporating your weight training. As a general rule, I suggest 6 weeks. No worries - you won’t lose any strength - as a matter of fact, when you start back to your weight training - you will see that you are able to

lift heavier weights than you could beforehand. Your per pound power will increase significantly and you will have to spend less time in the gym and more time working on the skill set for your sport. The Eastern Block countries have been using kettlebells since the 1800’s. All of their weight lifters, throwers, track & field, combat athletes and military personnel have reaped in the benefits of Kettlebell training for years. This is one of the reasons that they have been so successful. The Russians are known for their great strength – the one major training factor that has eluded us Westerns until recently is their use of Kettlebells. Modern day power lifters routinely use Kettlebells to improve their hip-hinge for dead lifting. The major issue that is faced with doing both Kettlebells and standard weight training is the potential for over-training. If you are partaking in both, define your goals and be sure to consult a professional. For example: Zack Fox, former All-American HS Lacrosse

player for Don Bosco Prep at 20 years old, decided to dedicate his efforts and energies to becoming a mixed martial artist. He showed up at my studio weighing in at 225 lbs at 5’8”. He’s a bull, but far too short at that weigh to be a competitive fighter. He was bench pressing 510 lbs, squat of 650 lbs and dead lift of 650. He began training in Boxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Kettlebells. After 8 weeks of rigorous training, Zack took Second Place in the NJ State BJJ Championships and now weighs 196. His Bench Press is now 520 lbs., Squat is 680 lbs and has a Dead Lift of 680 lbs.! How is this so? He’s almost 30 lbs lighter and lifts weight only twice week - yet his numbers have gone up while his body weight has decreased. The flexibility, muscular endurance and core strength development of Kettlebell Training is unmatched. Zack has some very high numbers, but in 8 short weeks, he’s increased his power lifting numbers by 4% and decreased his body weight by over


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13%. Not only has his pound for pound strength increased, but his overall increased as well. If you need to put on some extra mass for your sport or if you are a competitive weightlifter, training with Kettlebells combined with standard weight training are extremely beneficial. Unless you are a body builder, stick with the major mass exercises. Bench – flat, incline and decline, if desired. Dead Lifts. Power Cleans and Clean & Press. Be cautious with the power cleans and clean and press, however. Your wrists may actually get weaker. I would recommend Kettlebell Cleans and Snatches. For additional information on Kettlebell, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu or Martial Arts training, be sure to visit or call 201.612.1429.

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The Top Rules that are Expected for Youth Coaches “The Sports Edge” with Rick Wolff can be listened to every Sunday morning from 8am to 9am on Sportsradio 66 WFAN.

that you, as the coach, are taking their season as seriously as they do. So, let them know that you expect them to be on time, to hustle onto the field, to listen attentively to what you are saying, and so on… no, you don’t have to be Vince Lombardi with them, but let them know that if they’re going to be on the team, there are certain rules that have to be followed. 4. Speaking of discipline… once you set a rule, have the maturity to follow up with the punishment…for example, giving them a “time out” to sit for a while out of practice or a game. Playing time is what every kid craves, and if you take it away from them, they’ll get the point in a hurry.

By Rick Wolff Last week on my radio show, I had a chance to review the Top 10 Rules for Expected Parental Behavior… and this week, I wanted to go down the same road for the Top Rules that are Expected for Youth Coaches… Here we go… 1. Here’s the most important rule of all… all the kids want to play in the game. Always remember that. Every kid on that bench – and their parent – is wondering when their kid will get into the game Coach…YOUR top priority is to make sure that happens for EVERY kid on your team. Why do Moms and Dads come to the games? Simple… to watch their kid get into the game… and while you may page 22

feel that your top obligation is to win, the truth is — your top job is to get every kid on your roster into every game AND to make sure they get quality playing time… If you think that winning the U-12 boys’ soccer trophy in your town is the ultimate goal, well, you really ought to reconsider why you’re coaching.

5. Praise by Walking Around… make it a point to chat with each kid and give them a bit of praise in every practice. Use their first name when talking with them, make eye contact, and come up with some specific part of their game to praise.

2. Follow the Golden Rule… this rule is very simple but very important! Coach, treat the kids on your team in the same manner that you would want your own kids to be treated… for any coach who wants to do the right thing, use the Golden Rule as your basic guiding principle. There is no excuse NOT to do this.

6. If frustrated with a poor performance, ONLY criticize the TEAM… never single out just one player. That will ruin the kid’s self-esteem. Never pick on a child… on the other hand, if a kid makes a crucial mistake during the game, always emphasize that it’s ALWAYS team first — individual mistakes are just part of every game.

3. Kids actually do like discipline… it lets them know

7. Never use sarcasm with young athletes… they just

don’t understand the hidden humor; instead, it makes them think you’re putting them down. In short, just don’t do it! 8. Don’t give team lectures… coaches, kids zone you OUT very quickly. Their attention span is about eight seconds. I remember one of my daughters had a lax coach who, after every game, would drone on and on for close to an hour. It was painful…and the girls hated it. Coach… after the game… give the kids a very brief peptalk, and then let them go onto their next activity. You can work on improving their skills at the next practice. 9. Be sure to smile… at a kids’ game, there’s no need to brood or be surly like a Bill Belichick… this is supposed to be about having fun. Let the kids know it’s okay to smile. Set the pace! 10. Remember, your own youth sports career is over… it’s in the books…this current season is about YOUR kid. Yeah, he or she may be your flesh-and-blood… but they are NOT you. They are themselves, and are entitled to play sports in the way that THEY want to. They are not there to fulfill your own unattained dreams in sports.

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Travis Nitti netted a goal and contributed an assist to key the Crusaders 3-2 victory over Northern Highlands in a Big North Conference boys soccer match. Armin Grossrieder and Cameron Zamanian tallied solo goals with Eric Alonso distributing an assist. Keeper Michael Payan stopped four shots on goals as the Crusaders evened their record at 3-3-1. Bergen Catholic defeated Don Bosco Prep 15-48 in a Big North boys cross-country dual meet at Darlington County Park. Matt Moreno paced the Crusaders to a 1-2-3-4-5 finish, breaking the tape in 19:11.23. Thomas Selvaggi turned in the runnerup clocking of 17:17.64 while Michael Sundej (17:18.50), Dan Lynch (18:09.86) and Joseph Lugwig (18:33.60) followed.



On Saturday, October 6, Crusader senior quarterback Jon Germano placed his name in the Bergen Catholic record book when he connected with John Feaster in the second quarter on a two-yard TD strike for his 47th career touchdown pass, erasing the previous standard of 46 set by Matt LaVecchio of the Class of 2000.

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Shan Lartigue led a contingent of seven Ironmen across the finish line as Don Bosco trounced Paramus Catholic 15-50 in a Big North Conference boys’ cross-country meet held at Darlington Park in Mahwah. Lartigue was timed in 16:27 with Patrick Sullivan finishing close behind in 16:28.11. Connor Nicholson finished third in 16:45.37 while Luke Novak was fourth with a clocking of 16:55.23. Robert Gonzalez had the fifth fastest clocking of 17:25.15 while Zachary Weland was sixth and Alex Zeeovat placed seventh. Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks put together a pair of back-to-back 58 yard TD runs in the first quarter top ignite the Ironmen to a 44-0 romp over Fair Lawn in a Big North Conference football game. Ibitokun-Hanks had only three carries during the game, rushing for 128 yards.

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IHA surged to a 2-0 lead by halftime and went on to hand Villa Walsh Academy its first setback of the season when the Blue Eagles posted a 3-0 triumph win over the Vikings in a non-conference matchup. Cami Didio and Aexandri Mesropyan both netted goals and dished off assists while Camryn Garcia added a solo goal and Kaitlyn Garcia was credited with an assist.

Sophie Lederer turned in a hat trick performance, netting three goals and distributing an assist to highlight the Lady Panthers’ 5-0 blanking of Cresskill in a NJIC girls’ soccer match. Hannah Petrone contributed a goal and two assists while Grace Taylor added a goal with Caitlin Callahan and Kendall Daly collecting credits for assists. Keeper Sarah Gross stopped four shots on goal. Alex Mircea and Diana Editolu registered identical 6-0, 6-0 scores in the first and second singles slots to highlight Glen Rock’s 5-0 rout of Westwood in the NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 1, Group II girls’ team tennis tournament. Julia Rosenwald won 6-4, 6-2 in the third single match while the top doubles duo of Katie Dao and Sara Goldberg posted a 6-1, 6-2 success. At second doubles, Haley Rosenwald and Kai Magino won 6-0, 6-0. Ethan Gadza scored a goal and assisted on a goal by Chris Dubelbeiss as the Panthers defeated Eastern Christian 2-1 in a NJIC boys’ soccer match decided in overtime. Dan Han dished off an assist and his brother Tim made seven saves in the goal.


IHA swept the singles matches in defeating the Academy of the Holy Angels 3-2 in a Big North Conference girls’ tennis match. Adrianne Alfonso breezed to a 6-3, 6-0 in the first singles confrontation while Jackie DeRocher rallied to win the No. 2 singles matchup 5-7, 6-2. 6-3 and Alexis Morin locked up the team triumph with a 6-4, 7-5 (7-5) win at third singles. In a Big North girls’ volleyball match, the Blue Eagles routed the Angels 2-0, winning games of 25-11 and 25-11. Larysa Iwaskiw scooped up 11 digs while Nicolette Cecone distributed nine assists and Jenn Pagano slammed three kills.

Laura Kachidurian tallied the game’s only goal in the opening off an assist from her sister Kristen as the eighth-seeded Lady Spartans opened their quest for the PCT crown with a 1-0 victory over Hawthorne. Keeper Tiffany Martinez made the one goal advantage stand as she stopped both shots on goal to gain credit for the shutout “W” between the pipes.



DePaul was forced to play four matches without its top player when Luis Mendoza was training with Venezuelan Under-17 team. In his absence, he Spartans routed Manchester Regional 6-0 in the opening round of the Passaic County Boys Soccer Tournament. Bryan Calixto netted a pair goals while Nick DiBiase tallied a goal and dished off a pair of assists. Josel Mateo chipped in with a goal and assist while Jihoon Lee and Jorge Pelayo added solo goals. Luis Arnayo and Mateo were credited with assists.



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Jewel Smolenski keyed Indian Hills 2-0 triumph over Wayne Hills in a Big North Conference girls’ volleyball match as the Braves won 25-17 and 25-18. Setter Smolenski distributed 24 assists while Stephanie Chalmers scooped up 10 digs and Danielle Linz blasted six kills, Indian Hills upset Wayne Hills 3-2 in the NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 1, Group III girls’ team tennis tournament. Sabrina Chase ignited the Braves when she dominated the second singles match, winning 6-1, 6-1. Jessica Corcoran added a team point with a 6-2, 6-2 victory in the third singles slot before the top doubles tandem of Erin Burchill and Melanie Zenn posted a 6-1, -5 win to lock up the team win. Bobby Corcoran led a 2-4-5 finish as Indian Hills won the Varsity C Boys Team title in the Wild Safari Invitational. Corcoran was clocked in 16:02 with teammates Hee Tae An (16:15) and Chris Evans (16:15) following.




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Keeper Aly Burns stopped a dozen shots on goal as Mahwah blanked Pascack Hills 2-0 in a Big North Conference girls’ soccer match. Jessica Cuttone and Alissa Puzo netted solo goals with Katie Gatta picking up an assist. Danny Perrine booted two shots into the back of the Cowboys’ corral to spur the Thunderbirds to a 3-1 triumph over Pascack Hills in a Bog North boys’ soccer match. Matt Busch chipped in with a goal while Ethan Myers and Kyler Raia were credited with assists. Keeper Chris Coates stopped 10 shots on goal. Alyssa Baldi breezed to a 6-0, 6-2 victory in the meeting of No. 1 singles players to fuel Mahwah’s 5-0 shutout over Fort Lee in a girls’ tennis match. Victoria Japhet won 6-4, 6-0 in the second singles slot while Emily Newman was dominant at third singles, posting a 6-6, 6-0 victory. Alexa DiDomizio and Tori May picked up a default win after claiming a 6-0 win in the first set at No. 1 doubles.


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Keeper Alec Lam recorded a shutout “W” between the pipes when he was credited with five saves as the Highlanders blanked Bergenfield 2-0 in a Big North Conference boys’ soccer match. Danny Aversano netted a goal and assisted on a goal by Jon Maschio with Devin DeCandia collecting an assist.



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Sahara Gipson excelled in spurring Ramapo to a first place finish in a gymnastics tri-meet against Indian Hills and Butler. Gipson won the all-around, accumulating a point total of 36.775 that included first place performances in the uneven bars (9,625) and vault (9.4). Her teammate Lauren Kish won the floor exercise (9.225) as Ramapo remained unbeaten at 4-0. Lisa Jouravleva breezed to a 6-1, 6-0 victory in the battle of first singles players as Ramapo blanked immaculate Heart Academy 5-0 in a Big North dual match. Ariella Omar won 6-2, 6-1 in the No. 2 singles slot with Abbey Roberts winning a three-set decision 6-1, 3-6, 6-2 in the third singles slot. Linda Lee and Linda Thum rallied to a 5-7, 6-4, 7-6 (7-5) victory at first doubles with the No. 2 duo of Michelle Gitlen and Rachel Swenson winning 6-3, 6-3.

Samantha Skretkowitz scored twice to highlight Midland Park’s 3-1 triumph over Emerson in a NJIC girls’ soccer match. Michelle Passero netted the third goal with Alyssa Mulvaney credited with a pair of assists and Thalia Ghalam dishing off one. Keeper Gabby Spatucci stopped eight shots on goal. Avery Dravis-Stark directed the attack as the setter keyed Midland Park’s 2-0 triumph over Cresskill in a NJIC girls’ volleyball match, distributing 17 assists. The Lady Panthers won by scores of 25-16 and 25-20 with Kim Rabeiro spiking seven kills and Ashley Saliba scooping up seven digs. Alexis Vanderwiele paced Midland Park to a sweep of Hawthorne Christian (23-32) and Saddle River Day (1550) in a NJIC girls’ cross-country tri-meet. Vanderwiele complete the course in 26:29 with teammates Nicole Burger (27:09) and Carle Lisa (27:17) following.


Setter Lily Scanzillo played a key role as Northern Highlands rallied to defeat Indian Hills 2-1 in a Big North Conference girls’ volleyball match, winning by scores of 20-25, 25-18 and 25-23 to improve to 9-4. Scanzillo dished off a match-high 20 assists while Sadie Alberti spiked 11 kills and Aiminia Paganis picked up 15 digs. Northern Highlands rallied from a 1-0 deficit at the halftime intermission to knot the game by the end of regulation before pulling out a 2-1 triumph over Ridgewood in a Bi North Conference girls’ soccer match decided in overtime.

Kimmie Mignone netted two goals and dished off a pair of assists to highlight Paramus Catholic’s 5-0 triumph over Waldwick in a BCT girls’ soccer match. Delaney Suarez chipped in with two goals and an assist with keeper Kayla Adams making four saves to reserve the shutout. Caitlin Hall directed the attack as the Lady Paladins defeated Teaneck 2-1 in a Big North Conference girls’ volleyball match, winning by scores of 25-15, 18-25, 25-8. Hall was credited with 19 assists while Georgette Smith spiked 15 kills and Robin Gonsalves scooped up 11 digs. Samantha Contreras and Brinsey Liberty dominated at second doubles, winning 6-0, 6-0 as the Lady Paladins blanked Westwood 5-0 in girls’ tennis. The top tandem of Olivia D’Amato and Camille Perez won 6-1, 6-4 while Natalie Cioffarim, the ace of staff, posted a 6-2, 6-2 victory in the first singles slot. Katie Laplaski won 6-2, 6-0 at second singles with Kayla Kroning pulling out a 6-2, 6-2 success in the No. 3 slot.


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Matthew Zovistoski was fastest to the finish for the Green Knights in a 26-29 victory over Fort Lee in a Big North Conference boys cross-country dual meet. Contested at Darlington County Park in Mahwah, Zovistoski completed the 5,000 meter course in 18:41 while Louis Napolitano was runnerup with a clocking of 19:18. The third Green Knight to finish was Thomas Murphy who was time in 20:40 while Ryan Doran was next in 20:46 and The Lacey brothers, Daniel (20:48) and Gregory (22:16) followed. Ricky Jeune scored twice on passes, starting with an 80yard TD strike from SJR signal caller Spencer Aukamp that opened the scoring early in the first quarter. Later in the first quarter, Jeune picked off a Patriot aerial and raced 30 yards into the end zone to highlight the Green Knights 42-14 conquest of Wayne Hills. Marcus Jemison added a pair of six-pointers on runs of 14 and 70 yards.

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David Minitz scored twice to spur the Patriots to a 5-1 win over Eastern Christian in the PCT. Roberto Gentile, Tyler Kulscar and Julian Roma added solo goals as keeper Grant Kelly registered a pair of saves.

Brianna Gallagher turned in a hat trick performance to highlight Waldwick’s 5-0 blanking of Saddle River Day in a NJIC girls’ soccer match. Gallagher netted three goals Erin Archer contributed a goal and assist to raise the Lady Warriors’ overall record to 3-1. Erin McHugh added a solo goal with Isabella Ayvaz dishing off a pair of assists. Goalie Jaide Clarke made six saves to pick up the shutout “W” between the posts. Dennis Reyes scored twice as Waldwick remained undefeated after eight games by blanking Cresskill 4-0 in a NJIC boys’ soccer match. Andrew Goldman and Rikuo Nakamoto added solo goals with Mike Archer, Rob Huber, Andrew Hymson and Joes Palacios distributing assists. The Neugebauer brothers, Zack and Eric, combined on the shutout. Ally Cowle spiked 10 kills to spur the Lady Warriors to a 20 victory over Palisades Park in girls’ volleyball, winning by scores of 25-10 and 25-13. Arianna Chousa contributed 11 assists from her setter position while Craly Thompson scooped up four digs.


Tiffany Dharia and Kristina Langan keyed the Lady Patriots to a 97.475-91.175 triumph over West Milford in a girls’ gymnastics dual match. Dharia accumulated the top score of 31.75 points to claim the All-Around title that included a first place performance in the vault with a score of 8.6 points. Langan won the other three competitions, placing first in the balance beam (8.5), floor exercise (9.075 and uneven bars (8.75). Jeremy Schulman led a 1-2-3-4-5 Patriot finish as he broke the tape in 18:36.99 when Wayne Hills routed Passaic Valley 15-48 in a Big North Conference boys cross-country meet contested at Darlington Park. Zachary Pollack (18:51.01), Rishi Jashnani (18:59.31), Brendan Ungermach (18:59.52) and Ricky Baldi (19:12.06) followed Schulman across the line.

Nicole Westerduin dominated the second singles match, posting a 6-2, 6-1 victory to propel the Lady Rebels to a 3-2 victory over the combined Hasbrouck Heights/ Wood-Ridge girls’ tennis team in a NJIC matchup. Janan Fugel came on strong to post a 7-5, 6-1 victory at third singles while the top doubles team of Kristina Pavolic and Olivia Palletiere served blanks in dominating the first doubles confrontation with a 6-0, 6-0 victory when the Lady Rebels upped their dual match record to 6-1.


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Elmwood Park’s Nova Named MNYFWA Division I-A Player of the Week By Dennis Wilson Rutgers’ sophomore quarterback Gary Nova has been chosen the Metropolitan New York Football Writers Association (MNYFWA) Division I-A and BIG EAST Conference Offensive Player of the Week. The Elmwood Park, NJ resident spurred Rutgers to improve to 4-0 with the best performance of his career in the Scarlet Knights’ 35-26 win at Arkansas. He completed 25 of 35 passes for 397 yards and five touchdowns against the Razorbacks, establishing career highs in completions, yards and touchdown passes. He threw three touchdown passes in the second half, including two that answered Arkansas scoring drives. Nova has helped Rutgers to its first 4-0

start since the 2006 season. Villanova freshman quarterback John Robertson, now a two-time Division I-AA Rookie of the Week honoree, accounted for 234 yards of total offense in helping Villanova earn its first league win of 2012. The Paramus, NJ resident completed 14-of-27 passes for 171 yards and carried the ball 11 times for 63 yards and score. Montclair State’s junior running back A.J.Scoppa of New Milford was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Offensive Player of the Week after averaging 8.2 yards per carry while helping MSU improve to 2-0 in conference with a 34-17 NJAC road win at rival William Paterson. He rushed 30 times for a career-high 247 yards, including four touch-

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down runs of 1, 1, 15, and 31 yards apiece. His performance, which included over 100 yards on the ground in the third quarter alone, represented the most rushing yards in a game by a Red Hawk ball carrier since 2003. Another Montclair State standout, junior linebacker Dan Avento of Montvale was chosen the NJAC Defensive Player of the Week after recording 15 tackles in MSU’s 16-7 non-

conference road loss at Salve Regina. His team-high tackle total included five solo stops and two tackles for a loss. The Pascack Hills graduate became the 21st Red Hawk player to eclipse the 200-tackle mark for his career. North Arlington’s Dawys German toted the pigskin 23 times, rushing for 162 yards and a touchdown as he keyed William Paterson’s 21-14 victory over SUNY-Maritime.


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Women’s Tennis Player of the Week after improving to 4-3 in first singles play and 6-1 in first doubles play following William Paterson’s 9-0 NJAC victory over Rutgers-Newark. Puleo recorded a 6-0, 6-0 victory at first singles and teamed with Samantha Miller for the duo’s sixth win of the season - an 8-1 pro-set victory at first doubles. Mahwah’s Nicole Serekian, a junior at Richard Stockton College, was chosen the NJAC Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week. A junior opposite side hitter averaged 3.28 kills

and 2.22 digs while hitting .289 during a 5-0 week of play for Stockton. She opened the week with a double-double 14 kills and 10 digs in a 3-0 NJAC win over Montclair State. She then tallied nine kills and nine digs in a 3-0 win over Baruch, before producing a double-double 11 kills and 11 digs, along with four service aces in a 3-0 win over Elmira. She wrapped up the week with nine kills and

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Saddle River’s 11-Year Old Spence Leads the Way in Ramsey 5K By Dennis Wilson Hackensack’s Sean Boyle raced through the tape to win the Jack McKeown Memorial 5K Division of the Ramsey Runs on September 15 but the real story was provided by an 11-year old Saddle River girl. Boyle, a 39-year old, posted the winning clocking of 17:20 in the field of 181 competitors who completed the 3.1- mile course. Saddle River’s Emily Spence followed in 13th place, the first of 85 females in the race to finish as she was timed in 19:59.49. Franklin Lakes’ 23year old Ashley Bava, the second women to finish, followed in 16th place, posting a time of 20:42.81.

Fastest to the finish in their age brackets were Franklin Lakes’ eight-year old Allison Lounsbury, 23-year old Ashley Sava, Hackensack’s 45-year old Boris Gavilanes, Hawthorne’s 27-year old Lauren Harvey, Mahwah’s 38year old Stacey Cherven, 69-year old Paul Doxey, New Milford’s Jeff Hansen, Paramus’ 12-year old Sean Coyle, Ramsey’s sevenyear old Jack Adler, 13-year old Sarah Reyes-Guerra, 16-year olds Fabian Schulz and Katie Woods, 17-year old Hannah Schwartz, 24-year old Stephen Fisher, 50year old Mark Maglio, 52-year old Kimberly Young, 64-year old Deborah Davison and Ridgefield Park’s 18-year old Warren

O’Neil. Picking up runnerup wards were Elmwood Park’s 36-year old Karen Pena, Paramus’ 12-year old Jared Coyle, Park Ridge’s 15-year old Michael Russell, Ramsey’s nine-year olds Tyler Adler and Sora Sohn, 11-year old Reilly Brown, 13-year olds Maddy Cheyne and Nicholas Kaczorowski, 16-year old Amanda Emmer, 19-year old Joey Calabria, 22-year old Michael Fisher, 24year old Jessica Guarini, 28-year old Diana Ciappina, 48-year old Daniela Schulz, 59-year old Joh Fisher, Walwick’s 52-year old Teresa Simpson plus Woodcliffe Lake’s Howard Silver. Finishing in third place were

Allendale’s 39-year old Dave Castellano and 53-year old Susan Karsiokis, Mahwah’s 26year old Kristen Eid, 47-year old Frank Hughes, Montvale’s 40-year old Dave Laguidara, Ramsey’s 11-year old Josie Ascione, 13-year old Nicole Kleinberg, 16-year old Kyle Mansley, 17-year old George Lutfey, 22year old Adrianna Taeschler,35year old Jennifer DiPilato, 48year old Joani Rauch, 51-year old R.J. Montouro and 86-year old Mike DeLuca, Ringwood’s 13-year old Jared Wallace, Saddle River’s 23-year old James Jurewicz, 25-year old Joseph Jurewicz as well as West Milford’s 10-year old Riley McGill.


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29:19.11; 125. Amanda Emmer Ramsey, 29:28.50; 127. Jeff Stewart Garfield, 29:38.25; 128. Elaine Jones Ramsey, 29:51.15; 129. Christine Thorp Ramsey, 29:53.96; 130. Bill Emmer Ramsey, 29:55.28; 131. Nicole Kleinberg Ramsey, 29:55.69; 132. Christopher Martin Ramsey, 30:10.28; 133. Dave Chennault Waldwick, 30:23.01; 35. Kelsey Liebmann Ramsey, 30:38.70; 136. Paul Braunius Midland Park, 30:49.32; 137. Tyler Adle Ramsey, 30:58.97; 138. Marta Wojowicz West Milford, 31:08.50; 139. James Jurewicz Saddle River, 31:09.01; 140. Aaron Weiss Ramsey, 31:14.98; 141. Bill O’Hearn Ringwood, 31:17.09; 142. Jeffrey Kassover Pompton Lakes,

31:25.03; 143. Ralph Joseph Caputo Ramsey, 31:42.44; 144. George Russell Park Ridge, 31:48.45; 145. Suzanne Sweeney Ramsey, 31:54.58; 146. Bonnie Cullen Ramsey, 31:56.04; 147. Diana Crenca Ramsey, 32:00.05; 148. Bridget Kelly Ramsey, 32:00.94; 149. Tracey Goldstein Ramsey, 32:15.99; 150. David Goodwin Pompton Lakes, 32:16.72; 151. Deana Mazzilli Ramsey, 32:17.81; 152. Kathy Vaccaro Upper Saddle River, 32:42.22; 153. Barbara Nemchek Ramsey, 33:05.87; 154. Kelly Sweeney Ramsey, 33:09.80; 155. Abigail O’Connell Wyckoff, 33:10.60; 156. Michael Baubrick Ramsey, 33:14.99; 157. Gihan Haenlein Ramsey,

33:41.64; 158. Maureen Fisher Ramsey, 34:05.96; 159. Joanne Seibel Ramsey, 34:14.36 11:01; 160. Charlie Kaczorowskiu Ramsey, 34:19.31; 161. Christina Mones Ramsey, 35:05.83; 163. Martha Vernon Ramsey, 36:18.20; 164. Caitlin Heinowitz Ramsey, 36:47.32; 165. Nicole LoSauro Hillsdale, 36:52.65; 167. Alison Pilaar Mahwah, 38:11.59; 170. Theresa Ernest Ramsey, 38:48.76; 171. Alyson Bolton Ramsey, 40:14.12; 173. Deborah Davison Ramsey, 40:32.02; 175. Howard Silver Woodcliff Lake, 41:21.49; 177. Hala Assile Ramsey, 44:15.80; 179. Cora Polizzi Wyckoff, 49:14.80; 180. Mike DeLuca Mahwah, 50:32.05

Mahwah’s Jon Lindenauer was Fastest to the Finish Line in the 10K In the Jack McKeown Memorial 10K Division, Mahwah’s Jon Lindenauer was fastest to the finish in the field of 133 runners who reached the finish of the 6.2-mile course. The 24-year old was clocked in 34:38.20. Ramsey’s Jem Lepori led the 50 females in the competition to the finish line. The 38-year old completed the course in 42:48.43. Placing first in their age brackets were Clifton’s 63-year old Dan Steele, Hawthorne’s 21-

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Jack McKeown Memorial 10K Run 1. Jon Lindenauer, Mahwah, 34:38.20; 2. John Hogan, Washington Township, 36:32.56;3.BorisGavilanes, Hackensack, 38:31.39; 4. Frank Hughes, Mahwah, 39:01.87; 5. Mark Synder, Prospect Park, 39:26.75; 6. Ken Schmarge, Ramsey, 39:32.46; 7. Ryan Hudvigsen, Wanaque, 39:35.38; 8. Nader Abadir, Mahwah, 39:40.09; 9. Craig Siegel, Ho-Ho-Kus, 39:50.97; 10.

Scott Vandervliet, Wyckoff, 40:34.67; 11. Michael Walker, Saddle Brook, 40:44.56; 12. Ferdinand Groenewald Oakland, 41:30.75; 13. Jonathan Harvey, Hawthorne, 41:39.46; 14. Patrick Nerney, Ramsey, 41:57.82; 15. Jen Lepori, Ramsey, 42:48.43; 17. Chris Taylor, Ramsey, 43:06.86; 18. Rick Jahnke, Ramsey, 43:08.53; 19. Lindsey McKee, Hawthorne, 43:49.97; 20. Michael Rupy,

Mahwah, 43:50.99; 21. Gary Hogue, Haskell, 43:54.48; 22. Edward Kriso, Ramsey, 44:17.13; 23. Timothy Meyers, Hawthorne, 44:23.04; 24. Jeremy Eleazar, Ramsey, 44:45.65; 25. Thomas Zeug, Park Ridge, 44:48.64; 26. Melissa Nofdors, Upper Saddle River, 44:59.14; 28. Fred Provencher, Hawthorne, 45:02.63; 29. Mark Polizzi, Wyckoff, 45:03.66; 30. Tim Johnson, Ramsey, 45:45.36;

31. Elizabeth Choi, Midland Park, 46:04.90; 32. Dan Steele, Clifton, 46:05.72; 33. John Rumore, Ramsey, 46:12.12; 34. Tim Raczko, Pompton Plains, 46:16.66; 35. Glen Karpovich, Ramsey, 46:25.95; 36. Silvia Zingaro, Ramsey, 46:27.72; 37. Kris Kinscherf, Ramsey, 46:46.90; 38. Danielle Irish, Ramsey, 46:50.51; 39. John Ollis, Ramsey, 47:31.62; 40. Ross Mistretta, Wayne, page 29





Jack McKeown Memorial 10K Run...continued 47:34.10; 41. Carrie Ollis, Ramsey, 47:40.04; 42. Lindsay Groenewald, Oakland, 47:57.06; 43. Laura Leskosy, Ramsey, 48:09.90; 44. Larry Dobrow, Mahwah, 48:12.88; 45. Gregory Vardi, Ramsey, 48:13.92; 46. Tim Nestler, Waldwick, 48:38.77; 47. Paulo MayerCosta, Oakland, 48:40.25; 48. Brian Canavan, Mahwah, 48:40.69; 49. Rosemarie Hebner, Upper Saddle River, 48:45.85; 50. Kevin Hanson, Ramsey, 48:59.99; 51. Andy Cooper, Allendale, 49:18.38; 52. Joseph McDonnell, Ridgewood, 49:31.54; 53. Jessica Rexford, Hasbrouck Heights, 49:44.22; 54. Christopher Leonard, Ramsey, 49:48.25; 55. David Ivaldi, Oakland, 49:52.48; 56. Karen Pena, Elmwood Park, 49:57.49; 57. Megan Rice, Waldwick, 50:08.61; 58. Peter DeCarlo, Ramsey, 50:09.80; 59. Ed Mullane, Ramsey, 50:39.79; 60. Jeff Hanson, New Milford, 50:50.00;

61. Bill Wilde, Hackensack, 50:53.52; 62. Ben Esposito, Ramsey, 50:53.79; 63. Oliver Schrahl, Ramsey, 50:57.65; 64. Greg Verhoff, Oakland, 51:22.66; 66. Jackie Hall, Ramsey, 51:43.71; 67. Hiroki Sakamoto, Glen Rock, 51:54.03; 68. Greg Telfian, Ramsey, 52:03.99; 69. Marie Rotolo, Ramsey, 52:12.58; 70.Derek Gamblew, Ramsey, 52:14.40; 71. Jennifer Natoli, Ramsey, 52:20.71; 72.K ate Branciforte, Ramsey, 52:36.05; 73. Joann Malvasi, Ramsey, 52:42.40; 4. Charlie Reilly, Ridgewood, 52:45.09; 75. Michael Petruzzi, Mahwah, 52:49.97; 76. Thomas O’Donnell, Mahwah, 52:52.82; 77. Christopher Kamnik, Ramsey, 53:04.53; 78. Alison Singer, Ramsey, 53:14.67; 79. Thomas Psota, Ramsey, 53:28.22; 81. Daniel Kalschmid, Ramsey, 53:50.00; 82. Dan Moran, Ramsey, 54:06.50; 83. Courtney De Boer, Midland Park, 54:25.60; 84. Coleen Kennedy, Ramsey, 54:27.65;

















Lupo, Ramsey, 1:01:04.37; 112. Adrien Webb, Ridgewood, 1:01:29.72; 113. Diane Siegler, Mahwah, 1:02:17.15; 114. Douglas White, Ramsey, 1:02:45.99; 115. Salliann Ran, Ridgewood, 1:03:07.60; 116. Jane Leiter, Mahwah, 1:03:35.99; 117. Christine Torrento, Westwood, 1:03:39.63; 118. Justin Torrento, Westwood, 1:03:39.90; 119. Liz Miguel, Westwood, 1:03:45.54; 120. Rob Tormo, New Milford, 1:04:07.23; 123. Caitlin Davison, Ramsey, 1:05:07.10; 124. Sharon Hoeland, Ringwood, 1:05:36.37; 125. Kaysha Streich, Ramsey, 1:06:28.15; 126. Roseann Archetti, Ramsey, 1:06:32.29; 127. Jim Megin, Oakland, 1:08:48.93; 129. Barbara Wankoff, Hillsdale, 1:09:45.90; 130. Jan Hammond, Ramsey, 1:16:34.95; 132. Sachiko Kawamura, Wyckoff, 1:29:05.69; 133. Kristin Eid, Mahwah, 1:34:47.20






85. Tara Shoebridge, Wayne, 54:36.49; 86. Keith Flood, Ramsey, 54:41.88; 87. Denise DeGeyter, North Haledon, 55:26.02; 88. Chris Collins, Ramsey, 55:45.92; 89. Cheryl Dallara, Ramsey, 55:50.16; 90. Janeine Bunagan, Ramsey, 56:13.33; 92. Ben Battles, Ramsey, 57:08.50; 93. Cheryl Battles, Ramsey, 57:09.08; 94. Mike Dunne, Ramsey, 57:10.87; 95. Lori Gillen, Waldwick, 57:22.20; 96. Tom Broderick, Mahwah, 57:22.99; 97. Kristy Lorusso, Ramsey, 57:25.65; 100. Beth Drason, Woodcliff Lake, 57:43.82; 101. Lori Sahanas, Wanaque, 57:53.59; 102. Monica Flood, Ramsey, 58:32.46; 103. Erik Bendixen, Ramsey, 58:47.68; 104. Bryan Waisnor, Ridgewood, 58:52.80; 106. Beth Frost, Mahwah, 59:21.61; 107. Marnie King, Ramsey, 59:36.69; 108. Ashlee Riden, Ramsey, 1:00:00.67; 109. Rachel Sauer, Ramsey, 1:00:09.07; 110. Jeanne Delia, Ramsey, 1:00:46.00; 111. Christopher




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