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Thu
13
Aug
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Livingston Giants Overcome Muggero

LIVINGSTON GIANTS OVERCOME MUGGERO
LIVINGSTON GIANTS OVERCOME MUGGERO

In local baseball action, the U-15 Livingston Giants defeated Muggero of Bergen County , 2-1, and the Rising Stars in the finals to capture the Inter-County Tournament. The games were played at the Brendan P. Tevlin Field in Livingston on Saturday and Sunday, August 8 and 9. Shown above, Giants catcher Myles Seid sets the target for a swinging strike against leadoff hitter Harrison Certo of Muggero. At right, Giants hurler Gavin Krauland, #22, brings it to the plate against the U-15 Muggero team. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Thu
13
Aug
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Golf Outing Coming August 31

GOLF OUTING COMING AUGUST 31

The Township Golf Tournament Committee has announced that its annual Golf Outing will be held at the Cedar Hill Country Club in Livingston on Monday, August 31, with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for low score foursome and closest to the pin for men and women. Chairman Pat Ippolito has noted that all proceeds from the day will be donated to Livingston Neighbors Helping Neighbors (LNHN). Stacey Rubinstein, chairwoman of LNHN, said she is “thrilled that LNHN, which also runs CHOW, our local food bank, will be able to expand the help given to the needy members of the community.” The total cost for the day includes lunch, cocktail hour, dinner and tee-off. Shown here making plans for the Golf Outing are, rear, committee members Mike Duffy, Gerry Spiesbach, Andrea Ubaldi, Jody Lanzet, and Bob Bucich; and seated, Chuck Tahaney and Pat Ippolito, with Stacey Rubinstein of Livingston Neighbors Helping Neighbors.

Thu
13
Aug
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The Livingston Temple Softball League

THE LIVINGSTON TEMPLE SOFTBALL LEAGUE
THE LIVINGSTON TEMPLE SOFTBALL LEAGUE

THE LIVINGSTON TEMPLE SOFTBALL LEAGUE is underway with a ten-game season. The Synagogue of the Suburban Torah Center defeated Temple Ner Tamed, 20-16 and 19-9, to sweep a doubleheader played at the Oval on Sunday, August 9. Shown at left, Ner Tamed pitcher Steve Goodman delivers a floater during fifth inning action. Above, Suburban Torah batter David Engelhurst, #11, drives the ball to right field for a single. Catcher Karl Bergman and home plate umpire Joe Ascenzo follow the flight of the ball. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Thu
06
Aug
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YANKEES DEFEAT RED SOX

YANKEES DEFEAT RED SOX
YANKEES DEFEAT RED SOX
YANKEES DEFEAT RED SOX

The Yankees defeated the Red Sox in the 11 year old division of the Livingston Little League. Shown here, clockwise from top left: Red Sox pitcher Ryan Ferdinand brings it to the plate against the Yankees; Yankee winning pitcher Evan Herman readies to deliver a fastball against the Red Sox on the Lou Krutoy Field diamond, while umpire Tom Gangi focuses on the pitch to make the call; and Yankee catcher Zach Zaslow holds the fastball thrown into the set target as Red Sox batter Isaac Rubinstein makes a big swing at the ball. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Thu
06
Aug
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FOOTBALL PRACTICE

FOOTBALL PRACTICE
FOOTBALL PRACTICE
FOOTBALL PRACTICE
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Although the exact logistics of academics and sports for the coming school year are still in question, the Livingston High School football team has begun practice for the 2020 season. Shown here, clockwise from top left: leading the 2020 team will be senior captains Tom Gangi, Anthony Barbella, and Connor Wood, shown here, along with Sam Danchak and Chris Zeppieri; Lancer linemen work on set position and first step release during a recent practice; head football coach Bob Breschard disinfects the practice equipment prior to use on the turf; David Cotugno sets to pass during the quarterback accuracy drill. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Thu
30
Jul
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Football, Phase One

FOOTBALL, PHASE ONE
FOOTBALL, PHASE ONE

FOOTBALL, PHASE ONE: With pandemic-related restrictions beginning to ease, the Livingston High School football team has started practicing for the fall season. The team is engaging in a four-part phase one session, before moving into phase two. Shown above, the Lancers get into shape during an early morning practice; at left, school district nurse Paochu Tseng administers a temperature check to team member Nick Endl prior to football practice entry.

 

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Thu
30
Jul
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Phase One Soccer Practice

PHASE ONE SOCCER PRACTICE

PHASE ONE SOCCER PRACTICE: With pandemic restrictions easing slowly, the Livingston High School boys’ soccer team has begun practice with a four-session phase one before moving into phase two. Shown here, Zachary Feldman, Noah Fisher and Jared Fiske work the ball during a dribbling drill; below, head soccer coach Roger Rubinetti conducts a temperature check on sophomore Matthew Kaye. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Thu
23
Jul
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Team Jakes Wins Two in ‘Last Dance’ Tournament

Team Jakes Wins Two in ‘Last Dance’ Tournament
Team Jakes Wins Two in ‘Last Dance’ Tournament
Team Jakes Wins Two in ‘Last Dance’ Tournament
Team Jakes Wins Two in ‘Last Dance’ Tournament
Team Jakes Wins Two in ‘Last Dance’ Tournament

The Last Dance Tournament was envisioned as a chance for New Jersey high school baseball players who missed out on their spring season due to the COVID-19 pandemic to compete one last time.

The 222-team tournament is being played throughout New Jersey through the end of July.

 

 

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Thu
09
Jul
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Sanskriti League Opens New Cricket Pitch

Sanskriti League Opens New Cricket Pitch
Sanskriti League Opens New Cricket Pitch

July 4 marked the opening of the brand new cricket pitch at the Basin Cricket Ground for the Sanskriti sports community. Basin Cricket Ground is located on Madison Court, opposite Northland Pool.

During the opening ceremony, Nilesh Mhatre of the Sanskriti Executive Committee thanked township personnel including Jennifer Walker and Ronald Barbella ofthe Livingston Senior, Youth, and Leisure Services Department as well as the members of the Township Council for their support in assigning the Basin field to Sanskriti.

 

 

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Thu
02
Jul
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Villanova Members are Recreation Champs

VILLANOVA MEMBERS ARE RECREATION CHAMPS

VILLANOVA MEMBERS ARE RECREATION CHAMPS: It was announced this week that the Livingston ninth grade Villanova Wildcats defeated the UCLA Bruins in an action-packed, back-and-forth championship game in early March. Villanova avenged an earlier loss that day to the Bruins by overcoming them twice to win the ninth grade 2019-20 Livingston recreation basketball championship. Shown here, the Wildcats included coach Alex Gantman, Tyler Spielman, Ben Gantman, Luke Seidman, coach Paul Kates, Derek Ford, Keiffer Alghali, Noah Kates, Nick Youssef, Joseph Anthony, and T.J. Mollineaux. Also on the team was Ilan Gutman.

 

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