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Football: Bogota vs. Manchester Regional, September 16, 2023

Mile Djordjiovski | For NJ Advance MediaFootball: Bogota vs. Manchester Regional, September 16, 2023Michael Olivo Jr. (17) of Bogota hauls in a pass for a touchdown and celebrates with Jason Alvarado (6) of Bogota during the football game between Bogota and Manchester Regional at Feigel Field in Bogota, NJ on Saturday, September 16, 2023....

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Football: Bogota vs. Manchester Regional, September 16, 2023

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Girls Volleyball: Kinnelon gets revenge, defeats Bogota in NJS1G1 finals (PHOTOS)

They say revenge is a dish best-served cold. However, nothing was cold about the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 1 finals as third-seeded Kinnelon defeated fourth-seeded Bogota in two thrilling sets (25-17, 27-25) in Kinnelon.“It feels great, especially with this group,” Kinnelon head coach Stephanie Finke said. “They started this at the beginning of last season and knew what they had to work on. They wanted to bring tradition and culture back to our program and they did just that.”...

They say revenge is a dish best-served cold. However, nothing was cold about the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 1 finals as third-seeded Kinnelon defeated fourth-seeded Bogota in two thrilling sets (25-17, 27-25) in Kinnelon.

“It feels great, especially with this group,” Kinnelon head coach Stephanie Finke said. “They started this at the beginning of last season and knew what they had to work on. They wanted to bring tradition and culture back to our program and they did just that.”

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Since 2019, Kinnelon (19-4) has seen its season end three times at the hands of Bogota (18-7) as it knocked the Colts out of the quarterfinals of the sectional tournament last season and the first round in 2020. The Lady Bucs also knocked Kinnelon off in straight sets in the 2019 group finals, so being able to get this win on such a grand stage meant just a little bit more to the Colts.

“They’ve been taking us out of sectionals for so many years so this time we wanted to turn it around,” senior middle back Sophie Pogodin said.

Pogodin came into this game leading her squad with 208 kills and added nine more to go along with 12 digs, 10 service points, and five aces. Senior outside hitter Lindsey Millis also contributed eight kills, 16 digs, and four service points. Julia Gutkin had 20 assists and eight service points.

“It was four years in the works,” Millis said “We’ve been knocked out of states by them for ages so it means everything.”

After falling behind 19-15 in the second set, Kinnelon scored five unanswered points to take a 20-19 lead. Despite Bogota battling to tie the set at 25, the Colts came up big when it mattered the most and put their rivals away with back-to-back points.

“Towards the end, we definitely started getting down a little bit,” junior outside hitter Alisa Friedman said. “But I think all we had to do was regroup and remember why we were playing, we were playing for each other and not just for the win. We knew how much we all wanted it and in the end, it worked out.”

Friedman finished with 16 digs and also described what beating the Lady Bucs meant to her.

“It means a lot because Bogota has been kind of like a rivalry to us,” she said. “They’ve been beating us for years so to be able to beat them is a big deal for our team.”

The victory added to a remarkable turnaround for Finke’s program as it went from an 11-14 campaign one year ago to sectional champions and a squad that has not dropped a set since October 20th when it fell to Ramapo 2-0 (25-21, 26-24).

“I met in late spring of last year with just the seniors and we talked about what the program meant to them and what legacy they wanted to leave behind,” Finke said. “They said they wanted to go for it all so we kind of laid it out that ‘this is what it’s going to take, you’re going to have to pass up a party or give up some things here and there to get it done’ and they did it. They did what they needed to do and they deserve it.”

Friedman also explained how the Colts were able to grow together as a team and what went into the change of philosophy.

“We’re definitely a lot closer this year,” she said. “We’ve just been able to find a way to work together as a team and put it onto the court and get wins.”

The beginning of both sets almost mirrored each other as Kinnelon fell behind 6-1 in the second before Finke called a timeout to settle her squad down. Similarly, Bogota jumped out to a 6-2 lead in the first set before the Colts used a timeout to their advantage and scored six unanswered points out of the break.

“I told them I felt like nerves were getting the best of us and just to settle in,” Finke said. “This was just like practice every day and just like any other game, just do your job and it’ll all come together.”

Kinnelon began to apply the pressure as the first set wore on as the two sides were tied at 16 before the Colts finished it off by outscoring Bogota 9-1.

“That’s what they do,” Finke added. “They’re not afraid, don’t back down, and don’t get nervous or timid. It was a total and complete team win.”

The loss ended a perennial run for Bogota as it had won three straight sectional championships along with back-to-back group titles. The Lady Bucs also appeared in the 2019 Tournament of Champions semifinals but lost to Immaculate Heart in straight sets (25-8, 25-14).

“I think we fought really well, but once we got in the 20s they made more plays than us,” Bogota head coach Brad DiRupo said. “They were a better team today.”

Bogota started off its season 6-4 before finishing strong by winning 12 of its last 15 games. The Lady Bucs also rattled off nine victories in a row en route to getting back to the sectional finals.

“At the beginning of the year, it was really about the freshman and sophomores on the court,” DiRupo said. “But they grew and I’m disappointed for them because we played our best volleyball now. I don’t think we played as well as we did the other day, but I think the team over there had a little bit to do with that.”

Kinnelon will face North 2 winner Verona, No. 15 in the NJ.com Top 20, in the Group 1 semifinals on Thursday.

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Kinnelon girls volleyball takes down Bogota to win first sectional title since 2019

KINNELON – Lindsey Millis calls it a full-circle moment.It’s the best description the senior outside hitter can come up with when talking about Kinnelon's turnaround season.A year after posting its first losing campaign in more than a decade, the Colts continued their renaissance season on Tuesday, defeating nemesis Bogota in straight sets, 25-17, 27-25 to capture the NJSIAA North 1, Group 1 title. It is the Morris County school’s first sectional title since 2019 and second in program history....

KINNELON – Lindsey Millis calls it a full-circle moment.

It’s the best description the senior outside hitter can come up with when talking about Kinnelon's turnaround season.

A year after posting its first losing campaign in more than a decade, the Colts continued their renaissance season on Tuesday, defeating nemesis Bogota in straight sets, 25-17, 27-25 to capture the NJSIAA North 1, Group 1 title. It is the Morris County school’s first sectional title since 2019 and second in program history.

Kinnelon will meet Verona for a Group 1 semifinal on Thursday in Essex County. The Hillbillies topped Cedar Grove in straight sets in the North 2 sectional final on Monday, their fourth straight sectional crown.

“It’s all off the court. Everything we did off the court is what makes the difference. There were team bonding sessions and open gyms right after last season. That’s what made us go the extra step this year,” said Millis, who had eight kills and 15 digs. “I keep saying it’s a full-circle moment because my freshman year we played them [Bogota] and lost and then lost to them again last year. It’s complete grit. We put ourselves on the line and just making sure that ball doesn’t hit the floor and having all that energy to bounce back from those tough plays.”

Kinnelon (19-4) extended its win streak to six straight matches, all in straight-set fashion. The last time the Colts lost was October 20 when they were swept at home by Bergen County power Ramapo.

The win snapped Bogota’s streak of 13 consecutive sectional championships, with its last three coming in the current playoff format. Last fall the Colts finished 11-14 and were knocked out of the sectional tournament by Bogota in the quarterfinal round. Since its last sectional title in 2019, Kinnelon has lost to Bogota three of the last four seasons, including the 2019 Group finals.

In Tuesday’s final, the third-seeded Colts snapped a 17-17 tie in the first game, going on an 8-0 run to secure a 25-17 win.

“We’ve made big strides. Honestly, it was a two year journey that started it. Last year it was the same group coming back plus a couple of others. They put the time and effort in the offseason. They wanted it. They worked hard and deserve it. It feels awesome,” Kinnelon coach Stephanie Finke said. “It’s a lot of fun knowing the hours they put in talking about how they could bring tradition back and what our culture means to them.

“Doing the team bonding and all the little stuff that sometimes we take for granted and don’t do. To get it done on the floor feels great.”

The second game started slowly for the Colts, who fell behind by as much as seven points as fourth-seeded Bogota held a 15-8 lead at one point. After going back and forth for a stretch and trading mini runs, Kinnelon eventually went on a 5-0 streak to take its first lead of the game, 20-19. Bogota (18-7) would tie the score five more times before Kinnelon pulled away for the two-point victory.

“Like Lindsey said, they’ve [Bogota] taken us out of this tournament in the sectionals for the past couple of years. It’s crazy that we beat them in two. I’m just so happy and ecstatic we all did it together,” said senior Sophie Pogodin, who finished with eight kills, 12 digs, five aces and 10 service points. “Team bonding definitely played a huge role. How you are outside the court, is what you see on the court and it shows. You fight for each other and you’re there for each other and help each other’s mistakes. That’s how we play better.”

Bogota Financial Corp. Announces CEO Transition

TEANECK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bogota Financial Corp. (the “Company”) (Nasdaq: BSBK), the holding company for Bogota Savings Bank (the “Bank”), announced today that Joseph Coccaro is retiring as Director and President and Chief Executive Officer of Bogota Financial, MHC, the parent company of the Company (the “MHC”), the Company and the Bank, effective as of November 30, 2023. Mr. Coccaro, who is 66 years old, will continue to ser...

TEANECK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bogota Financial Corp. (the “Company”) (Nasdaq: BSBK), the holding company for Bogota Savings Bank (the “Bank”), announced today that Joseph Coccaro is retiring as Director and President and Chief Executive Officer of Bogota Financial, MHC, the parent company of the Company (the “MHC”), the Company and the Bank, effective as of November 30, 2023. Mr. Coccaro, who is 66 years old, will continue to serve Bogota as an advisory director.

Kevin Pace, Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer of the MHC, the Company and the Bank and a member of the Board of Directors of the Bank, has been named President and Chief Executive Officer of the MHC, the Company and the Bank, effective as of November 30, 2023. He will also serve as a member of the Board of Directors of the MHC and the Company.

“Joe’s leadership has been instrumental in Bogota’s success and growth. During his tenure, we completed the mutual holding company reorganization of the Bank and the Company’s initial public offering in 2020, and acquired Gibraltar Bank in 2021. We thank Joe for his efforts towards building the strong franchise we have today,” said Steven M. Goldberg, Chairman of the Board of Directors. “Kevin was a natural choice as Bogota’s next CEO as he has been an integral part of the management team since joining us in 2013. He understands our strategy and approach to banking, putting our customers first. Kevin and the rest of the executive team remain committed to continuing to increase long term shareholder value.”

Kevin Pace has been the Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer since 2020. Prior to the appointment, Mr. Pace had served as Executive Vice President of Compliance and BSA since 2018. Prior to that, Mr. Pace had served in various banking positions at the Bank since 2013.

Mr. Coccaro has served as the Bank’s President and Chief Executive Officer since 2008 when the Bank had approximately $260 million in assets. Under Mr. Coccaro, the Bank has grown to over $900 million in assets. “In accordance with our succession planning, I am excited for Kevin to begin in his new role as CEO and to lead the Bank forward in these changing times. I thank the Board for its cooperation and fellowship over my past 15 years as CEO,” said Mr. Coccaro.

About Bogota Financial Corp.

Bogota Financial Corp. is a Maryland corporation organized as the mid-tier holding company of Bogota Savings Bank and is the majority-owned subsidiary of Bogota Financial, MHC. Bogota Savings Bank is a New Jersey chartered stock savings bank that has served the banking needs of its customers in northern and central New Jersey since 1893. It operates from six offices located in Bogota, Hasbrouck Heights, Newark, Oak Ridge, Parsippany and Teaneck, New Jersey and operates a loan production office in Spring Lake, New Jersey.

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains certain forward-looking statements about the Company and the Bank. Forward-looking statements include statements regarding anticipated future events and can be identified by the fact that they do not relate strictly to historical or current facts. They often include words such as “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “estimate,” and “intend” or future or conditional verbs such as “will,” “would,” “should,” “could,” or “may.” Forward-looking statements, by their nature, are subject to risks and uncertainties. Certain factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from expected results include increased competitive pressures, changes in the interest rate environment, inflation, general economic conditions or conditions within the securities markets, changes in the quality of our loan and security portfolios, increases in non-performing and classified loans and legislative, accounting and regulatory changes that could adversely affect the business in which the MHC, the Company and the Bank are engaged.

The Company undertakes no obligation to revise these forward-looking statements or to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this press release.

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