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12
Jul
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Triathlon Competitor

TRIATHLON COMPETITOR: Mackenzie Parke, a member of the Livingston High School class of 2000, recently completed her third New York City Triathlon in three hours, 11 minutes. The triathlon consists of swimming a mile in the Hudson River, biking 25 miles, and running six miles. Parke, who works for QBE North America, has also completed nine marathons.

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Thu
12
Jul
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Mumbai Indians, Livingston Warriors Win in Cricket

The Sanskriti Premier Cricket League of Livingston saw men’s, women’s, and children’s action this past weekend.

Men’s Cricket

The League held its traditional leather ball Sanskriti Premier League game this weekend on the Turf ground.

Batting first, the Mumbai Indians could manage just 95 runs in their allotted 16 overs. After a good opening start by Sunny Khatkate and Hardik Mhatre, the Mumbai Indians could not capitalize and put up a big score.

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Thu
28
Jun
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Louis Farer Is Essex County Scholar Athlete

Senior bowler Louis Farer was honored this spring as the recipient of the Essex County Athletic Directors Association Scholar Athlete Award.

This award honors a senior athlete each year who excels both in athletic competition and in the classroom.

As a captain on the bowling team, Farer was one of Essex County’s best, leading the Lancers to a second place fi nish in the Essex County Tournament. In the tournament, he rolled a 625 series which was good enough to qualify him for the County Individual Championships where he placed seventh. His leadership and performance were instrumental in leading the Lancer bowlers to multiple championships throughout his career, said athletic director David Cohen.

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Thu
28
Jun
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Two “Gabbies” Clinch World Gymnastics Titles

Two Livingston girls named Gabby – Gabby Lederman, nine, and Gabby Gruber, ten – traveled to Orlando, Florida to represent Go For the Gold Gymnastics of Whippany in the USAIGC/IAIGC (United States Association of Independent Gymnastics Clubs/International Association of Independent Gymnastics Clubs) competition. The event was held at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress the weekend of June 23.

The gymnasts participated in four contests, floor exercise, balance beam, vault and uneven bars. Each event is scored out of ten and the scores on all four events are combined to determine the gymnasts’ all-around scores.

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Thu
21
Jun
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Livingston Pickleball

LIVINGSTON PICKLEBALL: A beautiful 72 degree Saturday morning in Livingston brought out more than 30 players – including Pascal Moore, Michael Goldstein, John DeStefano, and Ken Wissner, shown here – to the Northland pickleball courts. The group, Livingston Pickle ball, currently has nearly 300 players, and notes organizer Michael Garber, “is anxiously awaiting the opening of the new regulation pickleball courts at Heritage Middle School, scheduled to take place within the next two weeks.” Anyone interested in playing, with or without the group, may contact livepickleball@yahoo.com for information.

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Thu
21
Jun
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LHS Boys’ Lacrosse Team Ends Successful Season

The 2018 Livingston High School lacrosse season contained memorable moments and highlights with many individual and team successes, according to head coach Brad Dzama.

After dropping close games to start the season, the Lancers began a season-best seven game win streak. The first victory came against countyrival Montclair with a hard-fought 8-7 win. The Lancers then went on to steamroll their way through the Kimber Conference with dominating victories over Oratory Prep (12-5), Newark Academy (15-3), Verona (13-0), Cranford (12-8), and MKA (14-6).

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Thu
14
Jun
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Compete In Tournament

COMPETE IN TOURNAMENT: The 2025 CLP Lacrosse Club poses near the championship trophy in the NCAA Future Stars Lacrosse Tournament, which took place in Foxborough, Massachusetts over Memorial Day Weekend. The CLP Club, which includes numerous residents, competed against regionally-ranked clubs and won some very competitive games. Shown here at rear are Livingston residents Jon Marco Maiello, Ryan Lelia, and Sam Goldstein; and Will Trafford and Greg Garcia, both of Caldwell; and front, Jordan Fleishman, Luca Giordano, and Hudson Siegal, all of Livingston.

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Thu
14
Jun
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Wildfire Champs

WILDFIRE CHAMPS: Livingston fourth graders Izzy Kilelee and Dina Bojko helped lead the PDA Wildfire soccer team to the U10 Girls’ New Jersey State Cup Championship. USA Youth Soccer has their team ranked #1 in the region and state, and among the top 40 in the country.

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Thu
07
Jun
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Lancer Baseball Team Wins Championship

The Livingston High School varsity baseball team concluded a “magical” season with a victory over Columbia, giving the Lancers their first conference championship since 1993 and a final record of 21-4.

After winning the county title, Livingston was eliminated by Randolph in the state tournament.

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Thu
24
May
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Baseball Team Wins GNT Championship

The Livingston High School varsity baseball team won the 2018 Greater Newark Tournament (GNT) Championship, defeating Nutley 8-3, in front of an estimated 1,000 spectators at Doc Goeltz Field in Verona on Sunday, May 20. This marked the seventh time that Livingston has won the title, with the last championship coming in 2009 when the Lancers defeated Nutley, 5-4.

Ryan Cardona threw a complete game, striking out six and walking one. He is now 8-0 for the season.

Sophomore Will Egner was the hitting star of the day. With the Lancers clinging to a 2-1 lead in the third inning, Egner came to bat with the bases loaded and two outs ,and launched the first pitch 365 feet over the left field fence for a grand slam homerun.

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