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S-t4 THE SUNDAY RECORD HIGH SCHOOLNORTH JERSEY SPORTS JUNE 14. 1992 . ALL First team P HEATHER WILSON, Ramsey p DANA NAPOLI, St. Mary's P DAWN FRANCIS, IHA. , C TRACY SMITH, Midland Park ;C MELISSA LANDECK, Cllffside 1B LAUREN CALLEA. IHA F JESSICA DAW, Ramsey. iff MARY MOSER, Midland Park ; t DAWN PIKARSKY, Holy Angels . IF NANCY SEERY, IHA OF JULIE BOWEN, Pascack Hllls. !OF MARY TYBURCZY, St. Mary's OF LISA KURUCZ, Elmwood Park !pb JENN ACCORDINO, NVDemarest . WJ TAMMI BECKMANN, Ramsey ; Second team ! P STEPHANIE CIACCIO, Pascack "P KIM HASKO. Midland Park P KAREN YEHLE, Emerson P MICHELLE SCARPON, Lyndhurst p AMY PSEJA, Pascack valley C NANCY GALASSO, Lyndhurst 1B TRACY BORYS, North Arlington IF MARY LOU SAPORITO. NVDemarest IF SUSAN WOODS, Emerson . W DAWN ALBANESE, North Arlington M? MARY BETH MUSSELLA. IHA riJ ALL - First team P' MICHELE PRATO, Clifton Senior P KRISTINE INNOCENT, Passaic Valley Sophomore PT MICHELE HARDING, West Milford Junior Pa ALLISON MOYLE, Pompton Lakes Sophomore 0.y- SXRA MONKS, Pompton Lakes Senior IB KIM ZIOLKOWSKI, Clifton Senior 2B DANA JEANNETTI, Clifton. 93 BETTY ANN FRANKO, Clifton 3B OF OF OF DANA LIGHTNER, Passaic Valley LORETTA ZAHN, Clifton JEN STARK, Pompton Lakes JAMIE- NICHOLLS, Lakeland OF JENN MILLWARD, West Milford UT SHARON CORBY, Passaic Valley . OH JEN VANDER BRINK, De Paul- Cpach of the Year EILEEN ALLAN, Second team P MICHELLE BARNES, DePaul PM- MARIJEAN ZWAYRCZ, Lakeland MBIL Division 1 FIRST TEAM 'p - Rob DeBrlno, NVOld Tappan P'- Justin Romano, NVOld Tappan f- Glenn Bodrato, NVOld Tappan C - Joe Placenll, NVOld Tappan Kevin Immen, Fair Lawn S Mike Slephan, Bergenfleld Brian Slegen, Wavne Hills IB 4 Mike Davlna, Fair Lawn SB - Tony LaSals, NVOld Tappan SS "4- Joe Lolacono, NVOld Tappan OF - Jeff Few, Indian Hills Of1- Rav Valenle, Wavne Hills Of,'- Ryan Edge, Wayne Hills OH - Dan Boniface, Fair Lawn Utitty - Jason Fitzgerald, Ramapo SECOND TEAM 5- Ryan Wolf, Fair Lawn - Scott Clccarella, Wayne Hills -t- Peter Waxier, Bergenfleld - Dave Janosz, Fair Lawn '- Joe Malno, Bergenfleld 36 - Josh Emonl, Wayne Hills SS Mike Kapreman, Fair Lawn Oft Dennis Peters, Ramapo OF'- Dennis Rvpkema, Ramapo Of V Alex Steel, NVOld Tappan OF t John Clccllllnl, Wayne Hills DH1 - Steve Velasco, Indian Hills Utltv - Anthony Slephan, Bergenfleld HONORABLE MENTION " Carlos Perez, Bergenfleld; Alex Zlvian, NV Old Tappan; John Relss, Wavne Hills; Rob MJano, Ramapo; Patrick Williams, Fair Lawn; Ryan Hodgson, Ramapo; Keith Lisa, Fair Lawn; Mike Pasquino, Wavne Hills; Scott Bol- tpmlev, Ramapo; Ian Ferlante, Fair Lawn rW"- MBit, Division 2 FIRST TEAM S.-' John Cappelmann, NVDemarest ' Alex Havden, NVDemarest ?- Joe DelBuono, Northern Highlands - Vic Trlbuzlo, NVDemarest IBi- Bob Buonano, Pascack Hills 18 - Kevin Bauer, Northern Highlands J- Derek Clvldlnl, Pascack Valley 55 - Neerai Sharma, Pascack Valley SS'- Paul Gallucci, NVDemarest OF - Tooh Lake, NVDemaresI OF - Mike Frezza, Pascack Hills OF - Mlkt Gray, Pascack Valley OF - Rich Lee, Weslwood DH - Keith Whitaker, Ramsey Utility - Owen Clark, Pascack Hills SECOND TEAM P - John Schllt, Northern Highlands Mike June, Pascack Valley P David Luca, Ramsey C Chris Belcolle, Ramsey IB Greg Plotrowskl, Ramsey IB - Don McKelvev, NVDemarest IB - Justin Ramsaier, Ramsey OF Jason Schrager, Ramsey Sr - Mark Fedorchak, Weslwood H - Brett Blerman, Northern Highlands UHlitv - Brian Scaslnlskl, Pascack Valley HONORABLE MENTION " Chris Bulger, Pascack Valley; Marc Liber-men, Pascack Valley; Steve Lee, NVDema-rest; Jed Mlchaelson, NVDemaresI; Sean ptalV, Weslwood; Rich Blann, Weslwood; Dic-con Hamilton, Ramsey; Matt Slanczak, Ramsey; Marcus Seller, Pascack Hills; Ben Ashley, Pascack Hills; Ian McGonlgle, Northern Highlands; Larry DeLulse, Northern Highlands; Craig Voss, Northern Highlands HHJlt Atlantic ,FIRST TEAM i P - Eric Hansen, Rldgewood P - Chris Lovlsa, Bergen Catholic P Jos Acevedo, Kennedy 8 c(- Chris CLeary, Bloomlield , II Wvalt Brown, Passaic 'IB'- Peter Slngagllese, Bergen Catholic Dtti- Brian Llnder, Bloomlield IB-- Marlon Nash, Monlclalr OF - Rowan Richards, Bloc OF'- Vk: Slolanow, Clifton OF - Kallem Brown, Easlslde DH - Bob Capo, Clifton pUMIry - Paul Bumbaco, Bergen Catholic tltXOND TEAM f Glenn Colluccl, Clifton Tom Bochvnskl, Bergen catholic Junior Florenclo, Passaic r.t Bin Destefeno, cinton IB - Ralph Cinque, Dillon IB - Frank Nezzarato, Bloomlield p3i Mike Monico, Bergen Calhollc . SJ - Mark DeRose, Bergen Catholic "-OF Darrvl Drenlh, Rldgewood iOF - Zek Rodgers, Bergen Catholic ' OF - Jason Curry, Monlclalr iDH Jason Schaaf, Rldgewood vVfrUty - Modesto Santiago, Easlslde NNJIL Pacific T- FIRST TEAM u Mike Cebulikl, Paramus Calhollc P - Larry Mohs, Nullty P - Casey McGuIre, Paramut Calhollc irv. Dennis Daly, Don Bosco IS - Joe BIschoH, Paramus Calhollc Dan Mlslrelle, Don Bosco " Kevin Flllppelll, Hackensack SS - Mike Capri, St. Joseph SS - Dan Busslnelll, Paramut OF - Jo Mackey, SI. Joseph "OP'- Brian Fllzslmmont, Don Boko OF - Duan Elton, Hackensack W- Rich Broderlck, SI. Joseph 'Utility - Marc Tendier, Paramut sUlifty - John O'Reilly, Paramut Calhollc irSSCONO TEAM i- Jo Falcon, Hackensack -t it k Tony Jalle, Teaneck P - Brian Couch, SI. Joseph C Dave Batiafarano, Paramut li t a- Jo Waleck, Paramus Calhollc l.tt Mike Mtiham, Belleville - Tim Moren, Hackensack "J- T J. Fev, St, Joseph t Ken Sheldon, Paramut Calhollc OF Keith Smith, Don Bosco OF - Rich Qulne, Belleville OF - Jusiln Ltmber, Hackentack i A s,i - - BERGEN SOFTBALL OF DANIELLE FRANCO, Leonla OF ERIN FARRELL. IHA Senior Senior Senior Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Sophomore Junior Senior OF JEN JASIONOWSKI, River Dell OU KAROLYN THEISS. North Arlington DU KARLYN HUETTEMANN. Becton Park. Valley Senior . junior . Junior . Senior . Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior Junior Junior PASSAIC SOFTBALL P LYNN FAASSE, Manchester P MAUREEN VAN RIPER, Passaic Tech C DONNA RESCHTENJAK, Clifton 1B MICHELE PORADA, Pompton Lakes 28 CHRIS PHILLIPS, Hawthorne SS KRIS VANDERPLATT, Eas. Christian 3B CARA KLING, Clifton OF LISA MONTANO, West Milford OF SUE HOWELL, Hawthorne OF LAUREN VANDEREN, Wayne Hills. OF RANDI BIVONA, Passaic Valley UT LISA BANYA, West Milford DH KIM KRAMER, Lakeland Sophomore Senior Senior Senior Junior Freshman Freshman Senior Junior Pompton Lakes Sophomore Sophomore ALL-LEAGUE BASEBALL ' SI cr UTL DH - Joe Lany, Don Bosco HONORABLE MENTION Mike Alfano, Belleville; Matt Neyland, Don Bosco; Mark Gillies, Hackensack; Brian Mie-sieskl, Nulley; Ed Dilworlh, Paramus; Mike Rlcca, Paramus Catholic; Joe Farina, St. Joseph; George Hernandez, Teaneck B-PSL King FIRST TEAM P - Bobby Prusienskl, Hawthorne P Tom Fleming, Hawthorne P - Malt DiGeronimo, Hawthorne C Pat Quinn, Hawthorne IB - Hector Pena, Passaic Tech B - Randy Bankos, Hawthorne 3B - Chris Kolk, Hawthorne SS - Miguel Colon, Passaic Tech OF - Joe Ross, Hawthorne OF - Derek Landl, Passaic Tech OF - Mark Amlco, Don Bosco Tech DH - Keith Montelbano, Garfield Utility - Noel Madera, Passaic Tech SECOND TEAM P - Francisco Rodriguez, Passaic Tech P - Joe Samperl, Lodl P Paul Wortley, Mahwah P - Vlnny Mistretla, Elmwood Park C - Bill Gunther, Mahwah IB - John Passero, Hawthorne n - Anthony DeSlmone, Lodl IB - Pat LaVelle, Mahwah SS - Sal Blondo, Hawthorne OF Tom Ross, Lodl OF - Frank Carrlere, Lodl I OF Len Brancacclo, Garfield DH - Adam Stein, Mahwah Utility - Kevin Monlelbano, Garfield HONORABLE MENTION Giuseppe Plcclocchl, Elmwood Park; Vic Carnevale, Manchester; Davon Jackson, Don Bosco Tech; Mike Dinager, Mahwah; Malieo Giordano, Lodl; Nazz Colella, Hawthorne; Chrls Nuclfora, Garfield; Marc Marchesanl, Passaic Tech. B-PSL Carpenter. FIRST TEAM P - Slmun Wlnburv, Saddle Brook P - Kazuo Ichlkawa, Glen Rock P - Malt Finnegan, Waldwlck C - Ken Froehner, Pompton Lakes IB - Malt Flnnigan, Pompton Lakes 2B - Ken Englishmen, Midland Park 3B John VanDecker, Pompton Laket SS - Jay Hagedorn, Midland Park OF - Todd CNeil, Midland Park OF - Rocco Benedetto, Waldwlck OF - Dom Slnopoll, Waldwlck DH - Jason Garcia, Midland Park DH - Bob Pallanlo, Pompton Laket Utility - Andy Bersch, Waldwlck SECONO TEAM P - Dave Etterbeek, Midland Park P - Frank Cruz, Glen Rock P - Tom D'Anna, Saddle Brook I P Ryen Carey, Pompton Laket C - Rich Baudo, Glen Rock C - Ben Boutlord, Waldwlck IB - Bob Baglnskl, Saddle Brook B - Anthony Aulerl, Saddle Brook 31 - Mike Rala, Waldwlck SS - Doug Finale, Waldwlck OF - Sieve Jandreskl, Saddle Brook OF - Mark Demenna, Waldwlck OF - Jo Tognerl, Pompion Lakes OF Dan Roioony, Pompton Laket DH - Mike Demosev, Saddle Brook Utility - Craig Huizenga, Eatlern Christian HONORABLE MENTION Ryan Vogel, Eatlern Christian; Kevin Veenstra, Midland Park; Jason Kuhael, Glen Rock; John Slmpollco, Saddle Brook; Mike Read, Waldwlck; Brian Gralme, Pompton Leket BCSL American FIRST TEAM P - Brian Monaceill, Cilffild Park P - Don Fllihenry, Tenally P - Mlk Slauflor, Ridgefleld Park C - Franco Monlolnone, Rltloelleld Park It - Jim Fuccl, Clilfsld Park . n AeaAO Jk, s1lIsAsVs. Junior Sophomore Junior Senior Senior Honorable mention Jennifer Albert, Rldgewood: Stacey DeRlso, Htckenuck; Jill Qullla, Partmut Catholic; Shawl Darata. Paramut; Sandy Rlda and Dana Zezza, Saddle Brook; Anne Marie Elchlnger, Waldwlck; Lauren Miller, Glen Rock; Janice Meury, Midland Park; Caroline McCarthy, Nicole Byrne, and Nicole OeCarlo, Holy Angela; Pam Cordaro, Diane Wlecoreck, Kelly Llptak, and Doreen Simon, Elm-wood Park; Dlanne Mazor, Ramapo; Mlchele Doyle, Jennifer Schuck, Sue Morrla, and Shannon Maesey, Bargentleld; Amy Abate, Jennifer Morrla, and Nicole Polldoro, Fair Lawn; Christine Sacco, Kelly Gannon, and Beryl Lebowltz, NVOld Tappan; Jennifer Springer, Jennifer Blum, and Maria Deleso, Indian Mills; Caren Molllca, Jen Rlela, Courtney Jareck, Jill Frank, and Lisa Wehner, Northern Highlands; Gena Groner and Anna Lee, Pascack Valley; Mary Lou Saporlto, NVDemarest. Nicole Campbell and Chris Tortora, North Arlington; Stacey Ml-lazzo and Kim Ackormann, Becton; Karty Luaroff, Rutherford; Toni Lenge, Leonla; Denlse Cadmus and Jill Talaminl, Wood-Ridge; Lorl Zozzaro, Robyn Zozzaro, Nicole Orrigo, and Mlchele Pavese, Emerson; Robyn Branlck, Wallington; Mary Tyburczy and Lauren Shea, St. Mary's; and Christine Meng, Hasbrouck Heights; Jodie Rlggl, Kelly Piatt, Amy Sherwood, and Nicole Gelosa, Cliff-side Park; Dawn Menzel and Tracy O'Hara, Ridgefleld Park; Katie Pinkman, Jen Jasionowski, and Mary Ann Wolf, River Dell; Stacey Vassallo, Dumont; Glna Somma and Colleen Brough, Fort Lee; Sue Szalklewicz, Queen of Peace. Senior Senior Senior Senior Junior Junior Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Senior Sophomore Junior Senior Honorable mention Jennifer Lampmann, Clifton; Nicole Peche, DePaul; Darlene Rustlcus, Hawthorne; Keima Kelly, Kennedy; Patty Telschow, Lakeland; Ashley Pengitore, Manchester; Maribel Santiago, Passaic; Wasa Mustafa, Passaic Tech; Stephanie Gurnari, Passaic Valley; Deena Bishop, Pompton Lakes; Nina Antinora, Wayne Hills; Jen Marrone, Wayne Valley; Kristy Protomastro, West Milford; Sharon Veenstra, Eastern Christian. 2B - Phil Barone, River Dell 2B - Mike Kahl, Fort Lee SS - George Vicchlo, Cllffside Park 3B - Ron DeSlmone, Cliffslde Park OF - Corrado Gugliotta, Cliffside Park OF - Chris Melona, Cliffside Park OF - Jason Gilbert, Queen of Peace OF - Lou Sialanlck, Ridgefleld Park DH - Shane Orbach, Dumont UTL - John Wagner, River Dell SECOND TEAM Frank Vldo, Cllffside Park ' John Kubol, River Dell ' Ed Sullivan, River Dell ' Duane Tomaszowskl, Cliffside Park ' Billy Joe Sraub, Fort Lee Rob Klein, Ridgefleld Park Don Caterlno, Dumont ' Sheridan Shelley, Fort Lee Gus Ornstein, Tenafly - Nick Clark, River Dell - Marc Blanco, Qu. of Peace - Brian Vesanian, Dumont - Bill Friedman, Tenafly Greg Blair, Fort Lee - Joe Villa, Ridgefleld Park - Mike Gumma, Fort Lee BCSL National FIRST TEAM P - Robert Haag, Lyndhurst P Ernie Mazzaro, Rutherford P - Mike Becker, Leonla , C - Joe Signa, Lyndhurst IB - Frank Barllelta, Secaucus 2B - Larry Venando, North Arlington 3B - Frank Caslellanos, North Arlington SS - Eric Ziegler, Pal Park OF - Jason Segna, Lyndhurst OF - Jason Czwakies, Harrison OF - John Russo, Rutherford DH - Scott Wlrlh, Leonla Utility - Tom Perrone, New Milford Coach of the Year - Frank "Butch" Servldeo, Lyndhurst SECOND TEAM P - Jim Poplaskl, Harrison P - Bob DelPrlore, Secaucus P - Sean Relna, Lyndhurst C - Dan Egbert, Rutherford IB - Andy Kunz, Becton IB - Joe DeCora, Palisades Park 3B - Pal Hoarle, Lyndhurst SS - Kris Fraga, Leonla OF - Joe Lacorte, Lyndhurst OF - Rod Ollverl, North Arlington OF Scott Jaconski, Becton DH - Chris Competello, Rutherford Utility - Mike Marrone, Secaucus HONORABLE MENTION Joe Palumbo, Rulherford; Phil Romanskl, Lyndhurst; Armond Castro, Harrison; Eric Zilz, Palisades Park; Brendan Delaney, Leonla; Sam Papasavas, North Arlington; Rich Helsler, New Milford; Angelo Scalarl, Secaucus; Ken D'Amore, Weehawken; Tim McGuIre, Becton BCSL Olympic FIRST TEAM P - Armen Slmonlan, Emerson P Jason Hardenburg, Emerson P - Brian Lollsch, Bogota C - C B. Leon, Bogoia IB - Pole Saladino, Bogoia 3B - Jonathan Watson, Wallington 38 - Lou Gentile, SI. Mary's SS - Brendan Cashell, Bogoia OF - Tom Vents, Wallington OF - Pat Malloy, Cresskill OF - Damon Giarllla, Emerson OH - Paul Connelly, Cresskill Utility - Tom Schmidt, Wood-Ridge Coach of the Year - Bob Carclch, Emerson SECONO TEAM P - Pete Harmala, Ridgefleld P - Stev Vandenhenden, Bergen Tech C Craig Sassl, Emerson IB - Nick Comlnale, Ridgefleld IB - Scolt Cummlngs, SI. Mary's 3B - Chrlt Sassl, Emerson 3B - Glenn Flanl, Ridgefleld SS - Stev Trudell, Wood-Ridge OF - Glenn Magrlnl, Wallington OF - Ron Logue, St. Mary's OF - Jason DIGugllelmo, Wood-Rldg DH - Tony Battle, Emerson Utility - Fred Amlcuccl, Cresskill HONORABLE MENTION Tim Hlavenka, Wallington; Bill Harvey, Emerson; Scolt Siconolll, Hasbrouck Heights; Garretl Kreltz, Cresskill; Tim Yuschak, Bergen Tech; Brian Schaefer, Ridgefleld; Ed Ahern, Bogoia; John Galka, Si Mary's; Dave Pellrw, Park Ridge; Chrit Tarzla, Wood-Rldg JWr.Coun.tjf FIRST TEAM P - Davln Munthln, Rockland Country Day P - John Raudenbush, Hawthorne Christian P Jason Schmellier, Barnstable SS - Mall Cohen, Rockland Country Day 3B - Rob Cook, Barnstable CF - Ray LaPlaca, Barnstabl SS Jason Mat, Community 3B - Kevin Zilko, Community SECONO TEAM P - Oscer Arenclbla, Community P - Mike COonnel, Community C - Warren Gllck, Rockland Country Day IF - Jason DeMarla, Hawinorn Chrisllen IB Alexis Ferre, Community IF - Paul Grenlto, Rockland Country Day IB Selh Klabnesh, Community IB Tom Murray, Rockland Country Day OF - Jaton Oilllo, Hawthorn Christian OF - John Phil, Rockland Country Day II - David Rost, Barntiabl Academy St - Eihan Stewerl, Barnsiable C Brian Thoman, Hawthorne Christian OF - Drew Van Duron, Hawthorne Christian H F - Andy Waddel, Hawthorne Chrltllen C - Andy Wahlbtrg, BarslabK Norttwr Mill Skyline Ind Suburban division! 4A net submit Seams, -as-AJa A Jk.JUJk Bergen's DeRosa credits curveball for no-hitter Mark DeRosa came within two pitches of perfection for the Bergen Crusaders in their West Bergen-Passaic Connie Mack season opener. The right-hander from Bergen Catholic hit two batters in Bergen's 1-0 victory over Wanaque on Sunday, so he "settled" for a no-hitter with 14 strikeouts for the 1991 Connie Mack World Series runner-up. More than two-thirds of DeRosa's 92 pitches were strikes, with only one ball reaching the outfield. "He has a very live arm," said coach Rich Tandy. "He has a good fastball and a nice, tight deuce curve. This is an incredible outing, but he is capable of having another performance like this." DeRosa said throwing his curveball consistently for strikes carried him to his premier outing. His curve was so good, he threw it 40 percent of the time, ending the game on a 3-2 curveball for a called third strike. Said DeRosa: "My curveball, I was throwing it for a strike. . . which is not unusual but usually I throw it in the dirt." EARLY BIRD GETS THE WS Coach Nell Kaufman was correct when he predicted his Wayne Dodgers would enjoy a fast start in the Bergen Stan Musial. The Dodgers won nine of their first 11 games. Kaufman said the Dodgers, 14-14 last season, would be better because half the squad started practicing in January. "We had a lot of guys getting ready indoors, so they didn't have as many kinks," Kaufman said. "We're trying to stay one step ahead of everybody." Left fielder Joe Castiglia leads the Dodgers in hitting at .406, with right fielder Matt Luongo Ex-local star says 'no thanks, Yanks' By Paul Dottino Correspondent Unable to envision himself as the Pride of the Yankees, former Don Bosco star Frank Laviano recently walked away from his lifelong dream of pitching for the Bronx Bombers by asking for his release. "Things were not moving the way that I thought that they would. I was pitching every seven to eight days and it was hard for me to keep in pitching form," said Laviano, who was with Class A Greensboro this season. "Maybe they thought that I was just happy to be in uniform and playing for the Yankees, but it got to the point that I was so negative about it that I would go to the bullpen with turf shoes on instead of spikes." Laviano, 22, was 0-0 with an 8.31 earned run average in four appearances. He struck out seven, walked six, and allowed eight hits in nine innings. The right-hander was granted his release May 15, and last week agreed to participate in a five-week instructional league in September for the St. Louis Cardinals Kunz tosses a one-hitter for C-ER Andy Kunz fired a one-hitter Saturday, striking out 11 and walking two, to lead Carlstadt-East Rutherford past Fairview, 10-0, in Babe Ruth 16-18 baseball. Nick Adamo had the Fairview hit, a second-inning single up the middle. "After a tough one-run loss to Rutherford, with an unearned run in the seventh, the team showed a lot of character," said C-ER coach Karl Ross. "We were able to get the two-out hits." Scott Jaconski was 3-for-4 with three runs batted in and two stolen bases, and Charlie Alberta was 2-for-3 with two RBI. Bergen Musial Jim Cavanaugh had two RBI as Ramsey took an early lead Saturday, then held on to defeat the Paterson Dodgers, 4-3, in Bergen Metz races to win in California meet SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Pascack Valley senior Jennifer Metz added to her long list of accomplishments by taking first place in the girls 800-meter run Saturday at the prestigious Golden West Invitational track meet. Her time was 2 minutes, 13 seconds. Rob Reeder of Northern Highlands was fourth in the boys 3,200 in 9:17. Junior Olympics Ridgefleld Park junior Anthony Hayes threw the javelin 200 feet, 8 inches to take first pluce in the Junior Olympics at Trenton State. The victory also qualifies Haves for the Region II Junior Olympics July 12 at Pittsburgh. Franklin Martinez finished fifth in the pole vault with a school-record 13-6. M m m Aim. A . GREG MATTURA BASEBALL organization. He will keep in shape by pitching for Waldwick in the Metropolitan League, where he made his debut Tuesday. The 6-foot-3, 200-pounder from Spring Valley, N.Y., originally signed with the Yankees in 1990 as a free agent out of George Mason University. He was 0-3 with a 4.61 ERA as a reliever for Tampa of the Rookie Gulf Coast League. Last year, he advanced to Class A Oneonta (5-3, 4.65) and came . out of the bullpen to throw two complete games, including a three-hit shutout, in the final month of the season. He thought he had earned a role at Greensboro this year, but was relegated to spot duty. "I'm sure it's frustrating," said Hoyt Wilhelm, who was one of La-viano's minor league pitching instructors. "Sometimes there is nothing a player can do about it. I understand because I've been down that road a lot. But I tell the players that just because one guy thinks you can't do it, that it doesn't mean somebody else does too." Musial. Sparked by run-scoring doubles by Peter Spear and Mike Oakes, Ramsey took a 3-0 lead in the first inning. Connie Mack Jason Fitzgerald tossed a four-hitter and Ryan Urtheil had two RBI to lead Teaneck past Tenafly, 7-5, in a Valley Mack game. Fitzgerald struck out seven and walked three. Left-hander Billy Cook also pitched a four-hitter in Northern Valley at Demarest's 7-2 win over BASEBALL All-Star Classic SOUTH 5, NORTH 1 FINAL North I 201 000 0 - J i 000 OU 1 - 5 4 I IB: N-Vlc Slolanow, Bryan Schroedar. 3B: N-Jo Blschott. WP: Brail Laxlon. LP: John Carlon. NORTH 1 3, NORTH 2 2 PRELIMINARY NarthJ 001 100 0 I S Narlh I 100 110 t - I I I IB: Nl-JIm Dully. IB: Nl-Paul Bumbaco. WPi John Carlon, LP: Sandy Lopei. Connie Mack TEANECK 7, TENAFLY 5 (1-1) Ttsmct IW 000 0 - 7 HI (01) Ttnally WWI -' IB: Tk-Mike Yip, Brendan Cashell, Frank Goldman. WP: Jason Fllioerald (1-0). LPi D. Anderson. FAIR LAWN 17, 8. BROOK 10 (11) Filr Lawn (Ml S. Break 144 Ml 0 - 17 It I 111 410 0 - 10 10 I IB: FL-C B. Leon: SB-Aulerl, Federko, Nlslralll. IB: FL-Brlan Lollsch I, Craig Enolehardl, Leon, Sieve Vandenhenden. HR: FL-John O'Reilly; SB-Aulerl. WPi Jarred Harmon (1-0), LP: Tuccl (0-1). NVDEMAREST 7, NO. JERSEY 2 I M( Na. Jersey 100 000 0 - I 4 I (1-0) NVDamareil 001 S00 - J 0 li NJ-DeOrool: D-Cooke. Mlchaelson, Oliver, WP: Billy Cook (1-0). LP: Bill Post ll-l). m m en to Liiii..vr. fy BASEBALL NOTES right behind at .405. Glen Jankowskl (3-0) has '; been Wayne's ace. ' DON'T KILL THE UMPIRE Umpire Gene Sparta deserves credit for making an unpopular but proper call in Moonachie's 4-3 Metro- :; politan Baseball League victory over the Wayne A's Friday night. I With the A's trailing, 4-0, in the sixth inning ' and desperate for baserunners, third baseman Jim '. McKenna ever-so-subtly leaned in on a Shawn Kelly fastball and was hit hard in the arm. As McKenna, one of the Met League's all-time ' best players, headed toward first base, Sparta called him back. Though umpires tend to ignore the rule that says a batter must attempt to avoid being hit, Sparta enforced it. One of the Met League's nicest people, McKen- na merits mention for his honesty. Asked about " the incident, he said, "Just trying to get the team -going." BRIEFS Teaneck player-coach Leon Mat- -thews is a reporter's dream. Each week, he faxes ' the Stars' North Jersey Majors statistics. Mark . Koenlg leads the Stars (6-2) in hitting at .471. . .. John Cappelmann has been sharp in his first two i outings for the Met League's Emerson-Westwood l"-Merchants. The 1992 Northern Valley at Dema- rest graduate has thrown seven scoreless innings. . . The Wayne Pirates have forfeited at , least two Bergen Musial games for using illegal . players. . . Ridgefleld Park has bowed out of the Valley Mack due to a lack of interest ". . . Clifton's Bob Capo, discussing the rigors of playing a 44-plus game schedule for Clifton 347 of the Passaic American Legion: "By the end of the year, I think I my parents are more tired than I am, my mother from having to wash my uniform." Id. "l '.ill : I MllA 'I - Jswif I ( FRANK LAVIANO Not enough work Laviano said he was told by director of minor league operations Mitch Lukevics that his velocity had dropped from the low 90s to the mid 80s this season, and that the Yankees wanted to give their other prospects more opportunities. "I told them that I have too much pride to go through this," Laviano said. "It's a good organization and I still think very highly of them. But it didn't work out. I wasn't going to be a career minor-leaguer with the Yankees. "I still feel that I have the potential. All I want is an opportunity." North Jersey. Judd Michaelson j led the attack with three hits and ' two RBI. C. B. Leon went 5-for-5 with a ! double and a triple and Brian .' Loitsch was 3-for-5 with two tri. pies to pace Fair Lawn in a 17-1Q,. West Bergen-Passaic Mack tri umph over Saddle Brook. Leon and Loitsch each had four RBI. North Jersey Majors . Pete Meberg's three-run homer, rallied Cresskill to a 6-4 North Jersey Majors victory over Ridge-wood, i LIKE SCORES Worth Jersey Majors CRESSKILL 6, RIDGEWOOD 4 Friday (4-5) Cr.nHII I0O 04! 0 - Hi 1 (4-7) Rldwwaod 004 000 0 - 4 ii IB: C-Dava Kail, Craig Zalkoy. HRs C-Pele Me-barg. Battarlas: C-John Smith, Chris Karach (a) and Zalkov, R-Luls Merelo, Bob Graham (S) and Sieve Correll. WPi Smith (1-01. LP: Graham (J-l). Bergen Musial RAMSEY 4, PATERSON DODGERS 3 Friday (44) Rimiay . MO OIO 0 - 4 0 "WO 00 0 - 3 I 0 (4-4) Piltrian IB: R-Mlke Oakes I, Pele Spear; P-Frank Scar-nely, Dave Faiekas, Nale Moore.. Batteries: R-Tom Veiier, Rex Peters (7) and Mike Oakes; P-Dava FIIHimIII, Mustafa Rabboh (7) and Tom Cooper. WPi Vetter (2-2). LP: Fllllpelll (2-2). Bab Ruth 16-18 CARLSTADT-ER 10, FAIRVIEW 0 (0-1) Fairview 000 000 0 - 0 U .. Ill 041 - 10 10 I jM) CsrlHidl ER IB: C-ER. Charlie Aiberia. WP: Andy Kum (1-2), LPi Gallo (0-1).

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