Sports

Thu
19
Oct

Soccer Team Wins

SOCCER TEAM WINS: The Lancer boys’ varsity soccer team defeated North 13th Street Tech, 7-0, in the preliminary round of the Essex County Tournament. Shown here, Lancer Cooper Grossman, #2, converges on the ball against the Cougars. In the background is Lancer Jared Sakwa, #15.

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Thu
19
Oct

LHS Cross Country Hosts 14th Annual Lancer Invitational; Boys Win Team Championship and Mehari Wins Individual Title

The Livingston High School cross country program hosted the 14th annual Lancer Invitational on Friday, October 13 at Littell's Pond. The meet was attended by opponents from Kearny, Madison, New Brunswick, Morris Knolls, and Caldwell. With renovations being made at the tennis courts, the cross country course had to be modified.

Despite the changed course, and the date being Friday the 13th, the home team had a great day. For just the fifth time in the history of the meet, the boys' varsity squad won the team title, scoring an impressive 41 points and recording a team average of 17:59 on their way to victory. In addition, the individual champion was Lancer Philmon Mehari.

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Thu
12
Oct

LHS Boys’ Cross Country Team Wins SEC Liberty Division Championship

The Livingston Lancer boys’ cross country team capped off an undefeated season in the Liberty Division by winning the Super Essex Conference (SEC) Championship race on Tuesday, October 3.

The boys toed the start line of the race with all eight conference teams focused and determined to upset the Lancers, who earned the number one seed by going undefeated in dual meets. Noted coach Jim Memory, “As the favorite in the race, the Lancers refrained from getting complacent and instead focused on running their best race of the season at this meet. The boys made it their goal to all run their personal best times on this course at this meet, and they accomplished just that. With all seven boys running personal best times, the Lancers ran their best team race with the team title on the line.”

Thu
12
Oct

Football Team Defeats Columbia

The Livingston High School varsity football team travelled to Columbia High School on Friday night, October 6, and won in a lopsided 39-12 victory. This win marked Livingston’s second consecutive road win.

“They have established themselves as a solid road team,” said head coach Robert Breschard. “Livingston’s team chemistry and great individual performances proved to be a winning combination.”

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Thu
05
Oct

Defeat Caldwell Chiefs

DEFEAT CALDWELL CHIEFS: The Livingston High School girls’ varsity volleyball team defeated the Caldwell Chiefs, 2-0, in the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center on Wednesday, September 27. Shown above, Lancer Ada Ojukwu, #12, scores on a tip shot against the Chiefs.

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Thu
05
Oct

Lancers Win

LANCERS WIN: The Livingston High School varsity girls’ soccer team defeated West Essex, 1-0, at home on September 28. Lancer defender Savannah Belcuore, #3, is shown as she elevates to drive ball downfield against West Essex.

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Thu
28
Sep

Lancers Defeat Lions

LANCERS DEFEAT LIONS: The Livingston High School girls’ varsity soccer team defeated the Lions of Mount Saint Dominic, 1-0, on the turf on Wednesday, September 20. Shown above, Lancer Kayla Parsons, #20, changes direction to get off a scoring shot against the Lions. Parsons’ goal was the only score of the game.

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Thu
28
Sep

Cross Country Team Competes in Two Meets

The Livingston High School girls’ cross country team competed at two venues against multiple opponents this past week.

In week three of Super Essex Conference (SEC) competition at Branch Brook Park in Newark, the Lady Lancers took on two divisional foes and two additional conference opponents. The girls also traveled to the Central Park of Morris County in Randolph to compete at the Bernie Magee Class Meet. “This was a different type of competition, as runners battled each other over the course against only their school class peers,” noted coach Dave Czeizinger.

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Thu
21
Sep

Lancer Varsity Football Team Falls to Montclair

The Livingston High School varsity football team suffered its first loss at home this season after a tough defeat by Montclair High School, 41-0. Despite the loss, coach Robert Breschard said that the Friday night game offered several bright spots for the Lancers.

With starting quarterback Jack Ernst sidelined due to an injury, senior Ryan Cardona and sophomore Will Egner received a lot of playing time. Notably, Egner completed all of his passes for a combined 24 yards.

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Thu
21
Sep

Lancers Fall To Knights

LANCERS FALL TO KNIGHTS: Shown above on Tuesday, September 19, Aria Navi, #3, of the Livingston High School boys’ varsity soccer team, deflects the ball against West Essex. The Lancers were defeated by the Knights, 3-2.

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