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Friday, January 31, 2014

Council meeting

31- Jan. 2014

 The Bogota Borough Council made a small move forward on their selection of  the professional service providers for the upcoming year.  After several heated discussion on how the selection should processed.  One of the issues was whether or not prospective appointees should go through a " RICE Notice". This would have been to allow those current & future employees to have a private meeting with the members of council about the positions they are applying for.  This would have set the appoints back another two weeks in order for the candidates by interviewed by the Borough Council.  Council President Jorge Nunez disagreed that this process was needed. He stated that it had not been done in the past, and even at the same meeting to hire a plumbing service for the Borough.
  Another issue was that some members of  Council met with each other in private to discuss who should be nominated for these appointments.  It would would a violation of the New Jersey Open Meeting law if four or more elected office met in private, but it was unclear that a one on one meeting would be against the policies.
  Mayor Tito  Jackson then called for a vote on his recommendation. The first one to be approved by the council, in a 4-2 vote, was selecting the firm of Environetics of Englewood Cliffs, NJ to be the new Architect for the Borough. Next was a vote for Borough Attorney, the Council voted 4-2 to hire Mr. Douglas Bern of the firm Rubenstein, Meyerson, Fox, Manicinelli, & Conte from Montvale , NJ. After that vote the current Attorney Mr. Joseph Monaghan  excused himself from Council Chambers upon hearing that he has been replaced. For Auditor the Council voted for Ferraioli, Wielkotz, Cerullo, & Cuva from Pompton Lakes, NJ. Along with McManimon, Scotland & Baumann from Roseland, NJ to provide Bond Service counseling to the Borough.  These were also passed by 4-2- votes. All of these were the second choice to be voted on after the Council voted 4-2 to reject the Mayors nominees.
  After these  votes the public in attendance voiced their concern that, with no Attorney to advise the Council, that no further appointment be made. Mr. Bern who was voted to be the Borough Attorney was not present at the meeting to assume his new position.  A postponement was officially brought before the Council by Councilman John Mitchell to resume at another time, when  the Borough  Attorney would be  present to advise on legal matters.  It was voted that the rest of the appointment be postponed until the next meeting which is now schedule to be on Tuesday 4- February at 7:30p  in Council Chambers. Mayor Jackson invited the public to return to that meeting. The 4-Feb. will also serve as the regular Council Meeting and work session after the appointment have been voted on.
  The meeting, again, will be on Tuesday 4- February at 7:30p. This meeting is open to the public and will take place in the Borough Hall Council Chambers located at 375 Larch Ave. in Bogota, NJ

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Bogota Sports

31- Jan.-2014

 Some results from Bogtoa High School sports.
  The Bogota Bowling team won it's meet against  Midland Park on Weds. 29- Jan by the score of 3-2. Then on Thursday 30- Jan lost to New Millford 0-5.

  The Boys Basketball team had a 73-56 at Emerson on Thursday. The Bucs moved 6 point ahead after  the first quarter and a  took a 22-21 lead into half time. They kept the scoring going for the entire game with  four players reaching double figures. Keith Buirkle was the  team high scorer with 18 points, including 5 three pointers. Danny Connors finished with 17 pts, 9 of them three pointers, Anthony Ovalle had 16, with 12 coming from outside the arc. Chris Alcantar added 11 points, with every  player making at least one basket from the field. This moves their record to 3-10 for the season.
  The next have  their make-up game against Waldwick on Friday 31-Jan at Speary Gym. This is the game postponed because of the snow storm on 21- Jan. Their next regular scheduled game is on Thursday 6- Feb. when they travel to Midland Park.

  The Lady Bucs also had a victory over  Emerson on Thursday as the beat the Lady Cavos at Speary Gym by the score of 40-33. This marks the fourth win for Bogota in their last five games. In the latest three Bogota has scored at least 40 points. The game started out sloppy for the Lady Bucs with a number of turnovers leading to Emerson scoring chances. At one point  Coach Kennedy asking his team if the could hear what play was being called. After trailing by 3 to start the second quarter, Bogota began to find their scoring taking a three point lead into the half , and pushing nit to six to start the final period.
  Stephanie Perpepaj lead with 14 points, with Kristin Bautista adding another 12. Kelliann Brown & Carnia Isip both had a single three pointer for the Lady Bucs.
  This makes their record 4-10 as the next play on Thursday 6- Feb. at Speary Gym against Midland Park with a 4:00p Tip-off. Then the next day 7- Feb. they host Hackensack at Speary Gym  again starting at 4:00p.

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#2 Kelliann Brown trying to stop Lady Cavo Jenni Cella.

Stephanie Perpepaj getting a rebound.

# 3 Emily Robbins on defense.

# 25 Stephanie Perpepaj scoring from an "allie-oop"

#14 Kristin Bautista being guarded by #2 Melissa Fecci.


Stephanie Perpepaj surrounded by Lady Cavos

Brittney Perpepaj  forcing a turnover from Emerson's Jenni Cella...

.. Then Ms. Perpepaj getting help from #10 Carina Isip to guard Ms. Cella.

#14 Kristin Bautista (L) driving on #14 Adelyn Galans

# 25 Stephanie Perpepaj leading the Offense.

#10 Carina Isip giving Bogota 40 points in three straight games

Bogota Cheerleaders at the game.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Board of Education

29- Jan-2014
  On Tuesday 28- Jan the Bogota Board of Education held their meeting that was postponed from 21-Jan. The Board first heard about their report on finances for the fiscal year that ended on 30- June-2013. It confirmed that the Board of Education had a surplus in it's budget and it was able to move forward on the replacement of the Board of Education Offices along with the field house at Feigel Field.
  Another major resolution that passed was that Board will meet once a month for the remainder of the current school year. This was passed by a 4-3 vote. Some of the objections to once a month meeting is the added burden of overseeing two major construction projects during that time period. A feeling that with only one meeting a month the meeting will become longer. It was also felt that the process of added a meeting when needed is longer than canceling that is not needed. Those who voted in favor of the new format feel that with only one meeting a month it will be easier to attract more parents to attend the meetings. In approving the new format the Board Members asked that all agenda items be given to the Board Members a full week in advance of the meeting.
  The next board meeting will be Tuesday 25- February starting at 7:30p  in the High School Cafeteria
At this next meeting the Board will vote on a replacement to fill the Seat that has been vacant because of the election of John Mitchell to Borough Council. Any one interested in applying for the open seat must  be over 18 years of age, be a current resident of Bogota for at least on year, and be able to pass a background check. There will be special  meeting on Tuesday 25- February at 6:30p before the regular Board Meeting to be interviewed by the Board Members.
For more information about this please contact the Bogota Board of Education  Secretary Norma Tursi  at : NTursi@BogotaBOE.com
  In some public comments one parent ask if their is a plan to add security cameras to both Elementary Schools. She was told by Superintendent Dr. Pantoliano that those schools are inline to have cameras install. Other parent question the quality of some of the classes in the High School, they made it known that the Teachers are doing a good job, it is the lack of equipment that is a concern to the Parents. Dr. Pantoliano said she would look into the situation and confer with the Department heads to see that the proper equipment is obtained.


 Accountant Mr. Vinci reporting to the  Board.



Head of the Teacher's Association  Vicky Sheppard
asking for clarification on certain points.  




Bogota Sports

29- Jan-2014

  Due to the open house on Wednesday 29- Jan the Bogota Wrestling meet against Elmwood park has been moved to Weehawken H.S.starting at 7:00p  The High School is located at 53 Liberty Pl,  Weehawken, NJ.

 The Bogota Boys Basketball team lost to Palisade Park by the  score of 50-53 in overtime.  Isiah Dela Cruz lead the Bucs with 15 Points, while Keith Buirkle can in with 4 three pointers. Mr. Dela Cruz also had a game high 7 Rebounds along with Mr. Buirkle with 6, and Danny Connors had 5 Rebounds This moves their record to 2-10. They next play at Emerson on Thursday 30- Jan. with a tip off time of 7:00p

 The Lady Bucs Basketball team had their largest margin of victory of the season, and second win in a row with a 48-21 win over Palisade Park on Tuesday at Speary Gym. Bogota started the game by scoring the first 19 points of the game over a quarter and a half. The Lady Bucs took a half time lead of 31- 5 into the locker room. Some sloppy play and turnovers at the start of the third quarter forced Coach Kennedy to call a timeout to settle his team down. After that  Bogota played with more control, and  kept the pressure on the Lady Tigers to move their record to 3-9. Stephanie Prepepaj was the leading scorer with 23 points, while Carina Isip, and Kelliann Brown each connected on on three point shot.
  Their next game is on Thursday 30-Jan at Speary Gym when they play Emerson with the tip-off at 4:00p
 Kristin Bautista  moving the ball up court

Carina Isip with a three point shot.

 #25 Stephanie Prepepaj scoring off the rebound.

 #24 Brittney Prepepaj guarding  #2 Celine Oh.

Kelliann Brown blocking a shot by  #21Ally Lacorazza

#10 Carina Isip setting a play

#24 Brittney Prepepaj, #25 Stephanie Prepepaj
 defending against #21 Ally Lacorazza

#24 Brittney Prepepaj & # 25 Breana Dunn fighting for possession. 

#25 Stephanie Prepepaj
#2 Kelliann Brown
                                                 



Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Air notice

28-Jan.-2014
   A notice has been posted by the Bogota Office of Emergency Management  about flyovers in preparation for the upcoming Super Bowl game on Sun. 2-Feb.

TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – Continental U.S. North American Aerospace Defense Command Region (CONR) fighters, along with its interagency partners, will be busy well before Super Bowl Sunday preparing to protect the skies around the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
 
Just like Super Bowl teams, CONR and its interagency partners practice before the game.
 
Individuals in and around the East Rutherford area can expect flights to begin Jan. 29 around 4:30 a.m. EST and continue for approximately one hour.
 
Exercise Amalgam Virgo 14-01, a NORAD air-defense exercise, will be conducted Wednesday in the greater East Rutherford area so interagency partners can practice procedures for responding to airspace violations.
 
The Amalgam Virgo exercise is a series of training flights in coordination with the FAA, FBI, Customs and Border Protection, Civil Air Patrol, the 601st Air and Space Operations Center, and the CONR’s Eastern Air Defense Sector.  These agencies are part of America’s team for defense of the air space around the nation.
 
If inclement weather occurs, officials will make a decision to postpone or cancel the exercise.
 
“There are a lot of interagency partners involved in the air defense of this year’s Super Bowl,” said Lt. Gen. William Etter, CONR commander. “With multiple agencies involved, coordination between all air-defense partners is crucial. This exercise allows all of the interagency partners to come together before the game to hone their air defense skills and ensure communications are working properly.”
 
These exercises are carefully planned and closely controlled to ensure CONR’s rapid response capability. CONR has conducted exercise flights of this nature throughout the U.S. since the start of Operation Noble Eagle, the command’s ongoing response to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
 
“On Super Bowl Sunday and every other day the men and women of the Continental U.S. NORAD Region are on watch making sure our skies are safe,” Etter said.
 
Since Sept. 11, 2001, CONR fighters have responded to more than 5,000 possible air threats in the United States and have flown more than 62,500 sorties with the support of Airborne Warning and Control System and air-to-air-refueling aircraft for Operation Noble Eagle.

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In Bogota Sports

  The High School Bowling team lost to Harrison on Monday by a score of 0-5. Their next match is Thursday 30-Jan. against Leonia starting at 4:00p. This will take place at the parkway lanes in Elmwood Park, NJ

  The Lady Bucs won their make-up game at Waldwick on Monday by a score of 42-31. Bogota took a three point lead into the half then out scored the Lady Warriors by 9 points in the final quarter for their second win of the season. Their record now stands at 2-9. The Lady Bucs were lead by Carina Isip scoring 18 points, 12 of those coming on three-point shots. Brittany Perpepaj added 9 points from outside the arc to finish with a total of 11. The Lady Bucs next host Palisade Park on Tuesday 28- Jan at Speary Gym with a tip-off at 4:00p.
  The Boys Basketball team play away at Palisade Park  on Tuesday 28- Jan with a 7:00p start.













Sunday, January 26, 2014

Bogota Sports



26- Jan.-2014
 Scores & upcoming games for Bogota High School sports

  The Bogota Wrestling squad won one match & lost two other in their tri-meet at Ridgefield park H.S on Saturday. The Bucs lost to Union City by a score of 28-43, and lost to Ridgefield Park 30-49. They had their one win against Ft. Lee by a score of 51-24 This moves Bogota record to 6-5.
  Their next match is on Wednesday 29- Jan at home in Speary Gym against Elmwood Park. It is scheduled for a 7:00p start.

  The Boys basketball team had a 24 point win against Eastern Christian on Saturday. The Bucs won by the score of 56-32 to move their record to 2-9. Danny Connors lead Bogota in scoring with 20 points. Bogota next plays a scheduled game on  Tuesday 28- Jan at Palisades Park starting at 7:00p.

 The Lady Bucs  have a make-up game at Waldwick on Monday 27-Jan starting at 4:00p. They next play on Tuesday 28- Jan. when Palisade Park comes to Speary Gym for a 4:00p game. 

The Bogota Bowling team  have a match against Harrison on Monday, 27- Jan at the Parkway Lanes in Elmwood Park, NJ starting at 4:00p.



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Other upcoming events
Tuesday 28- Jan
Bogota
The Board of Education meeting originally scheduled for 21-Jan. will be held on Tuesday 28-Jan at 7:30p (weather permitting) in the Cafeteria of Bogota High School  located on the 2nd floor at 2 Henry Luthin Pl. Bogota, NJ. This is opened to the public, at this meeting the Board will discuss the criteria to fill the one open seat on the Board. The vacated seat was the one held by recently elected Councilman John Mitchell. Also at this meeting their will be the issue of whether or not the Board of Education should hold a meeting once a Month, or continue to have two meeting each month during the school year.


Wednesday 29-Jan
Bogota
Bogota Beautiful will be working with Luka's Italian Cuisine with a fundraising event .  Anyone dinning at Luka's this night and mentions "Bogota Beautiful" will have 10% of their food tab donated to Bogota Beautiful.    
Luka's Italian Cuisine is located at 10 River Rd. Bogota, NJ. Dinner service is from 4:00p to 9:30p . For reservations please call 201-440-2996


The Bogota Junior/Senior High School will be having an Open House from 6:30p to 8:30p  The public is welcome. It is advised that  any family who has students that will start attending the School  next year take advantage of this opportunity to visit. The school is located at 2 Henry Luthin Pl. Bogota , NJ


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Thursday 30 -Jan
Bogota

The Bogota Borough Council will be holding a special meeting starting at 7:30p in Council Chambers. This meeting is schedule to  have the Council vote on Borough appointments for the up coming year. The Bogota Borough Hall is located at 375 Larch Ave, Bogota , NJ






Steen Science

26-Jan.-2014
On Thursday 23- Jan. the Steen School held a Science program in their gym. There were a number of stations that the Students could get a quick lesson in some scientific principals. One station demonstrated how sound travels in waves, and how they travel can affect what is heard. Another was to show what surface tension is, and how it can be controlled.Students also saw how to push a stick through a balloon, along with the power of a magnet to move an object without touching it. The Students also had a chance to be creative in using marshmallows and pasta to make Architectural elements that are used in buildings.

5th grader Malachi listening to sound waves.

Students watching how speed affects what waves look like.

3rd Grader Vanessa spinning a tube to make sound.

Tony Hardwick showing Ammar how
 to push a stick through a balloon.

High School Seniors(L) helping the
 younger students with their experiments.


3rd Grader Eric (L) & younger brother Ryan
 building with marshmallows & pasta 

2nd Grader Makayla & her Father
 building with marshmallows & pasta 

 Students building with marshmallows & pasta 


 Some of the finished structures.

Friday, January 24, 2014

Bogota Sports

24-Jan-2014

The Board of Education meeting originally scheduled for 21-Jan. will be held on Tuesday 28-Jan at 7:30p (weather permitting) in the Cafeteria of Bogota High School  located on the 2nd floor at 2 Henry Luthin Pl. Bogota, NJ. This is opened to the public, at this meeting the Board will discuss the criteria to fill the one open seat on the Board. The vacated seat was the one held by recently elected Councilman John Mitchell. Also at this meeting their will be the issue of whether or not the Board of Education should hold a meeting once a Month, or continue to have two meeting each month during the school year.

Note: another snow storm is predicted over the weekend, please listen for changes, or cancellations.

In High School Sports
   The Bogota Bowling team lost to Queen of Peace on Thursday. They have their match against Harrison on Monday, 27- Jan at the Parkway Lanes in Elmwood Park, NJ starting at 4:00p

   The Bogota Wrestling team has a match against Rutherford & Ft. Lee  on Saturday 25- Jan.at Ridgefield Park High School starting at 10:00p

  The Boys Basketball team lost at Cresskill on Thursday by the score of 52-67. This moves their record to 1-9. They next play on Saturday. 25- Jan against Eastern Christian at Kennedy H.S. in Patterson , NJ. Their next league games are Monday 27-Jan with a make-up game at home in Speary Gym against Waldwick with a 4:00p start. Then they play on Tuesday at Palisade Park on Tuesday 28- Jan with a 7:00p tip-off.

  The Bogota Lady Bucs Basketball team lost at home in Speary Gym to Cresskill by the score of 31-38. Bogota held a three point lead at halftime, but the Lady Cougars posted a 13 point third Quarter while holding Bogota to only three point. Krissy Bautista lead the Lady Bucs in scoring with 10 points. 
    This moves their record to 1-9. They have a make-up game at Waldwick on Monday 27-Jan starting at 4:00p. They next play on Tuesday 28- Jan. when Palisade Park comes to Speary Gym for a 4:00p game

# 33 Mika Sunga & #10 Carina Isip starting a break for Bogota.

Lady Bucs on Defense.

#25 Stephanie Perpepaj & #2 Kelliann Brown creating a turnover.

#25 Stephanie Perpepaj 

#24 Brittney Perpepaj

#10 Krissy Bautista

#25 Stephanie Perpepaj 


Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Up Coming events

22-Jan-2014
 Some events happening in and around Bogota
     (it is asked that while attending this event you  inform them that you saw it on Bogota Blog NJ)

Thursday 23-Jan.
Bogota
 This is to remind those that have signed up for this event that not all experiments will be available after a certain time so it is important to arrive at 6:30p 
 The Steen School is having a Family Science Night on Thursday 23- January starting at 6:30p. It will run until 8:00p. There will be a number of  activity stations set up on the Steen Gym floor so Students & their Families can preform some experiments together. It is asked that those attending be as prompt as possible , because some of the experiment may not be available  for the enter time.
 For more information , or to help with this event please contact Eileen Lewis at eileenr26@yahoo.com  or Kristin Meberg at kmeberg331@gmail.com




Thursday 23-Jan.
Bogota
   The Hackensack Regional Chamber of Commerce is hosting an introductory meeting to the business in Bogota to learn more about them. This will be a meet & greet at the Valley National Bank located at 325 Palisade Ave., Bogota, NJ. This will take place on Thursday 23-Jan. starting at 6:00p. Space will be limited to 50 attendees. Please contact  Darlene Damstrom at 201-489-3700  or at chamberhacknj@aol.com.
 Part of the program will be learn about how the Hackensack Regional Chamber of Commerce can aid business in Bogtoa to grow through networking events, open houses, and to connect with other local Chamber. This event is only for business in Bogota, it is recommended that an appropriate amount of business card or other contact material be brought. 




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Wednesday 29-Jan
Bogota
Bogota Beautiful will be working with Luka's Italian Cuisine with a fundraising event .  Anyone dinning at Luka's this night and mentions "Bogota Beautiful" will have 10% of their food tab donated to Bogota Beautiful.    
Luka's Italian Cuisine is located at 10 River Rd. Bogota, NJ. Dinner service is from 4:00p to 9:30p . For reservations please call 201-440-2996




Bogota Sports
The Lady Bucs  Basketball team host Cresskill on Thursday 23- Jan at Speary Gym with a tip off time of 4:00p 
The Boys Basketball team plays at Cresskill on Thursday 23- Jan with a tip off time of 7:00p The Boys team will also have a game  against Eastern Christian at J.F. Kennedy in Patterson, NJ with a tip off time of 11:00a.

The Bogota Bowling team will have a meet against Midland Park at the Parkway Lanes in Elmwood Park stating at 4:00p

The Bogota Wrestling team has a match against Rutherford & Ft. Lee  on Saturday 25- Jan.at Ridgefield Park High School starting at 10:00p













Tuesday, January 21, 2014

School Events

21-Jan-2014

Bixby School will be hosting a Winter Dance for the 5th & 6st Grade Students of Bogota School. This will be held on Friday 24-Jan starting at 7:00p and going to 10:00p It will be in the Bixby  School Gym located at 25 Fischer Ave. Bogota, NJ. The admission cost is $5.00 and the process go to the Bixby Class of 2014. Students from Bixby, Steen, and St.Joesph's are welcome to attend. Students must bring a signed copy of the permission slip to the dance. All Students must be signed in & out by an Adult, or sibling 18 years or older. There will be music for dancing along with snacks & drinks available. For more information please contact Doreen Lechuga at doreen.lechuga@gmail.com




The Steen School will hold their International Night on Thursday 27- Feb.-2014 This year they will be looking for Students to display their Heritage in different ways. Along with food from various countries they will display other aspects from around the World.  Some ways Students can show information about their country include posters about the History & Culture,  ethnic costumes,  flags, & other artifact. Counties may be from the Students background, or a country that the Student is interested in.  Students will  also  be allowed to give a performance from the country they choose. All displays, and performance can included other Family members.
  For every who wants to participate it is asked to please fill out the form below, and submit it before Friday 31- Jan. They may be emailed to Kristin Meberg at kmeberg311@gmail.com 




Sunday, January 19, 2014

Upcoming events

19- Jan-2013
  Some events happening in and around Bogota  for the week starting 20-Jan-2014


(it is asked that while attending this event you  inform them that you saw it on Bogota Blog NJ)

Tuesday 21-Jan
Bogota
  The Board of Education will have their public meeting in the Cafeteria of Bogota High School. The meeting is scheduled to start at 7:30p. At this meeting the Board will discuss the criteria to fill the one open seat on the Board. The vacated seat was the one held by recently elected Councilman John Mitchell. Also at this meeting their will be the issue of whether or not the Board of Education should hold a meeting once a Month, or continue to have two meeting each month during the school year. The Public is urge by the board to voice their opinions over these and other items they feel are important to the education of the  Students in Bogota. The High School is located at 2 Henry Luthin Pl. Bogota, NJ.



Tuesday 21-Jan
Bogota
Bogota Beautiful will hold their Monthly Board meeting. At this time it is schedule to be held in the Council Chambers of Borough Hall. At this time it is scheduled to start at 7:00p please check on the exact time by contacting Amaru Bustamante at bogotabeautiful@gmail.com   

Thursday 23-Jan.
Bogota
 The Steen School is having a Family Science Night on Thursday 23- January starting at 6:30p. It will run until 8:00p. There will be a number of  activity stations set up on the Steen Gym floor so Students & their Families can preform some experiments together. It is asked that those attending be as prompt as possible , because some of the experiment may not be available  for the enter time.
 For more information , or to help with this event please contact Eileen Lewis at eileenr26@yahoo.com  or Kristin Meberg at kmeberg331@gmail.com




Thursday 23-Jan.
Bogota
   The Hackensack Regional Chamber of Commerce is hosting an introductory meeting to the business in Bogota to learn more about them. This will be a meet & greet at the Valley National Bank located at 325 Palisade Ave., Bogota, NJ. This will take place on Thursday 23-Jan. starting at 6:00p. Space will be limited to 50 attendees. Please contact  Darlene Damstrom at 201-489-3700  or at chamberhacknj@aol.com.
 Part of the program will be learn about how the Hackensack Regional Chamber of Commerce can aid business in Bogtoa to grow through networking events, open houses, and to connect with other local Chamber. This event is only for business in Bogota, it is recommended that an appropriate amount of business card or other contact material be brought. 



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Bogota Sports
Tuesday 21-Jan
The Bogota Bowling team will have a meet against Hawthorne Christian at the Parkway Lanes in Elmwood Park stating at 4:00p

The Lady Bucs travel to Waldwick a 4:00p game. The Boys team host Waldwick at Speary Gym for a 4:00p game.

Thursday 23-Jan
The Bogota Bowling team will have a meet against Midland Park at the Parkway Lanes in Elmwood Park stating at 4:00p

The Lady Bucs will host Cresskill at Speary Gym a 4:00p game. The Boys team travels to Cresskill for a 7:00p game

Saturday 25-Jan.
The Bogota Wrestling team has a match against Rutherford & Ft. Lee at Ridgefield Park High School starting at 10:00p

The Boys Basketball team play Eastern Christian at Kennedy with a tip-off time at 11:00a