Sports

Thu
23
Mar

Remove Snow For Spring Training

REMOVE SNOW FOR SPRING TRAINING: Senior members of the Livingston High School boys’ varsity tennis team recently shoveled snow from the courts during spring training. The Lancers will host Mendham, Scotch Plains and Watchung Hills in the Lancer Invitational on Saturday, April 1, to open the season. Shown above are Ian Gordan, Dev Thakkar, Tej Thakkar, Eric Levey, Jason Grant, Aaron Tucker, Earl Hsieh, Austin Sertner, and Josh Brodkin.

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Thu
23
Mar

Lacrosse Spring Training Begins

LACROSSE SPRING TRAINING BEGINS: Girls’ lacrosse senior players led the varsity team into spring training as the snow melted on the turf. The Lancers will host Governor Livingston in the season opener on Thursday, March 30. Shown are Jessie April, Maisy Coyne, Olivia Freschi, Kelly Wolfe, Lindsay Kantor, Olivia Shevrin, Tatum Peacock, Kayla Francione, Nicole Levenback and Daniella Terry.

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Thu
16
Mar

Fourth Grade Girls' Basketball

FOURTH GRADE GIRLS’ BASKETBALL: Team Maryland recently won the Livingston Recreation Basketball League’s fourth grade girls’ championship, with a nail-biting score of 23-22. Team members shown in the front row are Marisa Anandarangam, Mia Schwartz, Emma O’Neill, Dylan Angel, and Jordyn Fersko. In the back row are Ihina Shukla, Vanessa Kaufman, Sydney Grebow, Samantha Stecklow, Rachel Lynn, and Sydney Kalish. Standing in the rear are coaches Steve Angel and Jonathan Grebow.

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Thu
16
Mar

Eighth Grade Boys' Basketball

EIGHTH GRADE BOYS’ BASKETBALL: The UCLA Bruins won the Livingston Recreation Basketball League’s eighth grade boys’ championship game on Saturday, March 4, with a score of 39-31. Shown in the bottom row are Andrew Bonnar, Nick Guido, Tyler Modugno, Ryan Mullin, Dario Sanchez, and Christopher Mullin. Standing behind them are Chris Ma, Carlo Contreras, coach Rodrigo Sanchez, Kevin Zak, and coach David Bonnar.

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Thu
09
Mar

LHS Athletes and Shining Stars Program Join for Special Needs Sporting Event

The Livingston High School boys’ ice hockey team participated in the first Shining Stars special needs floor hockey event on Saturday morning, February 25, following the team’s 2-1 overtime win Friday night in the NJSIAA Tournament. The program was held in the LHS auxiliary gym.

LHS hockey players arrived in game shirts, ready to teach stick skills and play hockey games with the Shining Stars children and young adults. The event began with a warm-up, and then each Shining Star participant was announced and ran through a tunnel formed by LHS hockey players, while DJ Barry Schwartz played music.

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Thu
09
Mar

Saber Squad Wins States Again!

SABER SQUAD WINS STATES AGAIN!: Livingston High School’s Lady Lancer saber fencers recently won their third straight NJSIAA State Squad Championship. Shown above are Avika Bansal, Rochelle Shvartsman, and Elizabeth Tartakovsky, who brought home the saber title.

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Thu
02
Mar

Layups4Life Shoots for 50 Teams In the Fight Against Cancer

Layups4Life, co-founded by Livingston High School graduate Dana Levine and her fiancé, Dan Exter, is raising funds for cancer research and clinical trials at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

“We founded Layups4Life after Dan was diagnosed and beat his battle with A.L.L. (acute lymphoblastic leukemia),” Levine said. In the past two years, the organization has raised close to $30,000.

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Thu
02
Mar

New Basketball League For Synagogue Men

A new men’s adult basketball league for area synagogues ran from early December through February, and is planned to continue next season.

Congregation Israel of Springfield captured the inaugural “Kiddush Cup” trophy, with a four-point win over Temple Beth Shalom of Livingston. Another Livingston synagogue, Suburban Torah, fielded two teams in the league.

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Thu
23
Feb

Wrestlers Place In Tournament; Will Compete in Regionals

Three Livingston High School wrestlers placed in the top three of their respective weight classes, in the District 12 wrestling tournament, held this past weekend at Livingston High School.

Junior Anthony Petrillo, seeded first in the 113 pound weight class, took home first place by defeating opponent Charlie Treston of Randolph High School, in a technical fall at 4:58.

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Thu
23
Feb

Breakfast Of Champions

BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS: The Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce now takes it meetings “on the road” holding its monthly networking breakfasts at the businesses of Chamber members. Most recently, the Chamber held its gathering at Mission Fitness where members put down their coffees to pick up some weights. Shown above, Bill Johnson, manager of Regal Bank’s Summit branch; Chamber president Ira Drucks, and Albert Salas, manager of Regal Bank’s Florham Park branch get a lesson in deadlifting from (rear) Joe Romano and Jon Shankman, co-owners of the gym.

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