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Baseball results: Clifton vs. Paterson Kennedy, 5/1/2024

Game LeadersRunsTrevor RascherClifton3HitsClifton3RBITrevor RascherClifton3Home RunsRyan McCornacClifton0StrikeoutsRyan McCornacClifton5Wed, May 01, 2024, 4:15pm ...

Game Leaders

Runs

Trevor Rascher

Clifton

3

Hits

Clifton

3

RBI

Trevor Rascher

Clifton

3

Home Runs

Ryan McCornac

Clifton

0

Strikeouts

Ryan McCornac

Clifton

5

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Clifton (4-11)

2 2 0 0 0 4 7 15 14 5

Paterson Kennedy (0-16)

0 1 2 0 0 1 0 4 4 2

Player Stats

Clifton Batting

AB R H RBI 1B 2B 3B HR BB HBP SB AVG SLG
Ryan McCornac 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .250 .250
Trevor Rascher 2 3 2 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1.000 1.500
Najib Duversaint 3 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 .333 .333
Justin Cabrera 4 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 .500 1.000
Nate Pendola 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 .250 .250
Miguel Checo 4 1 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 .750 1.000
Andrew Gibney 5 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 .400 .800
Jacob Irizarry 3 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 .667 .667
Angel Gerardo 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .000 .000
Totals: 30 15 14 8 10 2 2 0 6 0 2 .467 .667

Paterson Kennedy Batting

AB R H RBI 1B 2B 3B HR BB HBP SB AVG SLG
Totals: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000

Clifton Pitching

PIT IP H R ER BB K HB ERA
Ryan McCornac (WP) 96 5 4 4 2 3 5 0 2.80
Trevor Rascher 30 2 0 0 0 1 4 0 0.00
Totals: 126 7 4 4 2 4 9 0 2.00

Paterson Kennedy Pitching

PIT IP H R ER BB K HB ERA
Totals: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00

Team Stats

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Fielding
Errors 5 2
Passed Balls - -
Batting
Hits 14 4
Left On Base - -
Sacrifice Flies - -
Sacrifice Hits - -
Pitching
Wild Pitches - -

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Owner of Middle Eastern restaurant buys iconic Libby's Lunch site in Paterson

2-minute readPATERSON — The owner of a Clifton restaurant where the menu features Middle Eastern smoked meats emerged as the high bidder on Tuesday to buy the iconic Libby’s Lunch hot dogs property at Paterson’s Great Falls, officials said.In an online auction, Sal Washah outbid several o...

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PATERSON — The owner of a Clifton restaurant where the menu features Middle Eastern smoked meats emerged as the high bidder on Tuesday to buy the iconic Libby’s Lunch hot dogs property at Paterson’s Great Falls, officials said.

In an online auction, Sal Washah outbid several other restaurant businesses by making a commitment to spend $850,000 to acquire the Libby’s property from the city of Paterson, officials said.

Mayor Andre Sayegh was jubilant over the outcome of the auction, conducted by Max Spann Real Estate, for a property assessed at $525,000.

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“Once again, we exceeded expectations,” the mayor said of the high bid. “We want to make Paterson a destination for foodies and attract more visitors to the Great Falls.”

Washah said he plans to demolish the Libby’s structure and construct a new three- or four-story business overlooking the Passaic River and Great Falls. It would include a cafe with pastries as well as restaurant dining, including sandwiches and smoked meats “with a Middle Eastern touch.”

“It will be a place anybody can bring his spouse or his family,” said Washah, a retired professor from the New Jersey Institute of Technology who is part-owner of Kanoon on Hazel Street in Clifton.

Washah said he hopes to open his new business in six months.

“It’s a high price,” he said of his $850,000 bid, “but I wanted it very bad.”

Libby’s, which opened in 1936, shut down in 2020 amid the pandemic. City officials and community leaders disagreed over whether the city should sell a property that some described as a gold mine.

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'Not in favor of selling your assets'

Councilman Michael Jackson, Sayegh’s primary critic, said Paterson got shortchanged in the auction.

“Number one, I’m not in favor of selling off your assets,” Jackson said. “Number two, it’s going to become much more valuable when the Falls is fully done.”

Even longtime Sayegh supporter Michael Symonds said selling Libby’s was “shortsighted” because of the financial potential of opening a restaurant at the site as development grows around the Great Falls.

During the past year, Paterson has reopened Hinchliffe Stadium, on the other side of the river, and unveiled a new museum at the historic ballpark. The city is finishing work on a major expansion of the national park, which officials said would open in the next few months. Sayegh is also looking to build a state-of-the-art visitor center in the Overlook section of the park.

Second Ward Councilman Shahin Khalique, who represents the district where Libby’s is, said the auction price was higher than expected.

“It goes to show that Paterson is in growth mode, and more investors want to be a part of the progress,” Khalique said.

The sale still needs approval from the City Council before it becomes final. Sayegh said he would get that vote to the council as soon as possible.

Clifton, NJ, Man Beats Lymphoma Twice

Glenn Personette, of Clifton, New Jersey, says he is a church-going guy. When a kidney stone landed him in the hospital in early 2021—which led to doctors discovering he also had diffuse large B-cell lymphoma—he recognized it as divine intervention.“Everything happens for a reason. I had cancer but no symptoms, and no one knew. God didn’t want me to go yet, so he gave me a kidney stone to find the cancer,” says the now-59-year-old.After being discharged from the hospital, he saw lymphoma specialist...

Glenn Personette, of Clifton, New Jersey, says he is a church-going guy. When a kidney stone landed him in the hospital in early 2021—which led to doctors discovering he also had diffuse large B-cell lymphoma—he recognized it as divine intervention.

“Everything happens for a reason. I had cancer but no symptoms, and no one knew. God didn’t want me to go yet, so he gave me a kidney stone to find the cancer,” says the now-59-year-old.

After being discharged from the hospital, he saw lymphoma specialist Andrew Ip, M.D., at John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center for a second opinion.

Glenn’s lymphoma was in advanced stages and located in a critical area next to his spine. “He was a high risk and required treatment immediately,” Dr. Ip says. “When we factored in his age and ability to tolerate treatment, we wanted to get him started on chemotherapy right away so we could get rid of the disease for good.”

Glenn was in full agreement. “If you’ve got cancer, you want to get rid of it as fast as possible,” he says. “I was like, ‘Let’s start chemo tomorrow.’”

Challenging Cancer Treatment

Glenn was admitted to John Theurer Cancer Center the next day for the first of six rounds of treatment, with each round requiring a four-day stay in the hospital every three weeks. But after his second round, he experienced a severe reaction to the chemotherapy. He had to spend two weeks in the hospital being treated for mucositis (inflammation and sores in the mouth and gut).

“My whole mouth was black. I couldn't eat anything, and I could barely drink anything. My whole body had a rash,” he says.

His chemotherapy had to be stopped for two months while he recovered. When treatment was restarted, Dr. Ip moved Glenn to a different regimen that could be done on an outpatient basis.

In the end, the treatment was a success. “I went into remission shortly after the second session,” Glenn says.

A Second Lymphoma

Over the next couple of years, Dr. Ip continued to monitor Glenn regularly for any signs of recurrence. In summer 2023, a PET scan revealed a small tumor in Glenn’s back.

During a biopsy, Glenn’s surgeon was able to remove the whole tumor instead of just taking a sample. After that biopsy, Glenn was diagnosed with a second lymphoma. This time it was marginal zone lymphoma, a chronic or indolent type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

It’s rare to be diagnosed with two different cancers in two years, Dr. Ip says. “Although my suspicion is that the two lymphomas are related, I could never prove it. At this time, the thought is that they aren’t related,” he adds.

Dr. Ip treated Glenn with six weekly treatments of immunotherapy, which put Glenn in remission. Because the nature of chronic lymphoma means it might reoccur at some point, he will continue to be monitored.

Glenn is incredibly grateful to Dr. Ip and his team for their care and support over the last few years. “Dr. Ip is truly a caring person. The nurses in the hospital were absolutely fantastic,” he says. “You know what it's like when you're in the hospital—you’re woken up every few hours to check your blood pressure and so forth. But my care team would be so gentle that they wouldn't even wake me. Those little things really matter.”

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Clifton's Hailey Mia talks 'American Idol,' music, growing up in New Jersey

2-minute readNorthJersey.comNew Jersey may have another emerging star.Hailey Mia, a 16-year-old Clifton native, appeared on the second episode of the newest season of "American Idol" on Sunday night, got a standing ovation from all the celebrity judges and advanced to the Hollywood round. The up-an...

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New Jersey may have another emerging star.

Hailey Mia, a 16-year-old Clifton native, appeared on the second episode of the newest season of "American Idol" on Sunday night, got a standing ovation from all the celebrity judges and advanced to the Hollywood round. The up-and-coming singer spoke to NorthJersey.com about her experience, inspirations and upbringing in New Jersey.

Mia said she felt a combination of emotions on the day of her audition that included being nervous but also excited for the opportunity. She said that by the time she performed, she felt calm, and she proceeded to blow the judges away with her rendition of the Katy Perry song "Rise."

Mia, who is a junior at Passaic County Technical Institute in Wayne, explained that singing has been a key part of her life for as long as she can remember. "I started singing as soon as I could speak," she said. "Music is and was my life when I was younger." Her parents noticed her talents at an early age, and she attended vocal lessons in New York City when she was 8 years old.

Her weekly singing lessons continued until the COVID pandemic, when remote lessons posed some challenges, but she remained passionate and continued to perfect her craft.

All those days working hard paid off. Before she stood out on "American Idol," Mia made it to the final on NBC's "The Voice" in December 2021 when she was just 14. She loved her experience on that show but said "Idol" has been her dream for years. She emphasized how insane it feels that she has made it Hollywood.

The young singer said her parents are her inspirations and biggest backers and that she is "so grateful to have that huge support system behind me." Her family held a watch party for her first appearance on the show, and Mia said they were so excited at times that she could not even hear herself sing.

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As far as musical inspirations, Mia called Adele her idol. She considers her style a blend of musicians including Olivia Rodrigo, Tate McRae and, of course, Adele.

Despite the comparisons she makes, those around her recognize that she has a unique voice of her own. "American Idol" judge Lionel Richie said of her performance, "I think that's the greatest one so far, for me. ... Reinventing that song with your voice, you make it sound like yours."

The gifted teenager said she is proud to call New Jersey home. Mia was born and raised in Clifton and said she appreciates all the memories she has made within her home and neighborhood. Those who live in the Garden State can sometimes take a pessimistic approach to the cold, but Mia loves having all four seasons and embracing what Jersey has to offer.

"I'm still trying to figure out who I am as an artist and as a person. With these next performances I want to show the world what I am capable of and also be myself and have fun, because this is what I love to do," Mia said as she prepared for the next steps in her musical journey.

It it not known yet when Mia's next performance will be, but a Disney rep estimated that it could be in late March or early April. "American Idol" can be seen Sundays at 8 p.m. on ABC and the next day on Hulu.

Watch as Clifton's Hailey Mia impresses the judges during her 'American Idol' audition

Hailey Mia already has one reality singing competition on her resume. Now, the 16-year-old Clifton native is back on television in hopes of a win — and based on initial feedback, she may be an early frontrunner.Mia appeared on the second episode of the newest season of "American Idol" Sunday night. She wowed judges Lionel ...

Hailey Mia already has one reality singing competition on her resume. Now, the 16-year-old Clifton native is back on television in hopes of a win — and based on initial feedback, she may be an early frontrunner.

Mia appeared on the second episode of the newest season of "American Idol" Sunday night. She wowed judges Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan with her performance of Perry's own song, "Rise," earning a standing ovation from all three when she finished.

Perry said it was "inspiring" to hear Mia's rendition of a song she wrote and performed. She then revealed a rather personal response to the song that showed just how impactful the audition was.

"To be re-inspired by someone else singing, full-body chills — even in places where I've been Botoxed," Perry said as Mia and her fellow judges laughed.

Perry's counterparts went even further with their praise, suggesting Mia may be one of the singers to beat in this year's competition.

"Definitely potential for top 10, in my opinion," Bryan said. "When I sit next to Katy and I see chill bumps from the shoulder to the bottom of the legs — while she's listening to her song — that's pretty incredible."

Bryan went on to call Mia's performance "probably my favorite audition we've had" throughout the first two episodes, an opinion Richie immediately echoed.

"I think that's the greatest one so far, for me," he said. "In terms of just knowing who you are, I don't have to guess. Reinventing that song with your voice, you make it sound like yours."

Unsurprisingly, all three judges voted to send Mia through to the Hollywood round, where she will compete to be named the winner of Season 22.

This is not Mia's first time on TV; she finished in fourth place on "The Voice" as a 14-year-old, the youngest member of that season, in December 2021. Incidentally, her coach on the show was Kelly Clarkson, who won the first season of "Idol" in 2002.

Many commenters on the "Idol" Instagram and YouTube videos of Mia's audition remembered her and remarked how much her voice has matured in the past two years. Like the judges, they also predicted a long run for her this season — one that may even eclipse her finish on "The Voice."

"She just might be the winner!!!" one commenter wrote.

Season 22 of "American Idol" airs Sundays on ABC. The show is also available on demand and on Hulu the day after each new episode premieres.

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