Sports

Thu
30
Apr
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LHS Track Athletes Participate in Virtual Meet

LHS Track Athletes Participate in Virtual Meet
LHS Track Athletes Participate in Virtual Meet

As the student athletes of Livingston High School continue their remote learning, they have continued to train under the guidance of their spring coaches. This includes the track and field team. Each week, their coaches provide daily workouts via a text remind service. These workouts are posted in a special Google Classroom, along with motivational videos and training tips.

During the week, technique sessions are offered via Zoom sessions to help build specific skills in areas such as sprint starts, jumping skills, hurdle mobility, or just an athlete check-in. Every Friday, a team favorite “30 for 30” session is held, during which up to 40 athletes log in to Zoom for “30 for 30 at 3” to complete a 30 second strength or cardio exercise, followed by 30 seconds of rest, for 30 minutes. This is followed by special arm building and abdominal drills, all under the encouraging eyes and voices of their coaches.

 

 

Thu
23
Apr
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Resident Completes Backyard 50K

Resident Completes Backyard 50K

“I meant what I said, I said what I meant; after 31 miles, I was definitely spent!”

So said Mike Skara after he completed “The Backyard 50K” on Sunday, April 19, at his home on West Cedar Street in Livingston. The event raised $3,000 combined for the COVID-19 response by the PAL of Berkeley Heights and the annual Relay for Life for cancer research.

 

 

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Thu
23
Apr
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Running For a Cause

Running For a Cause

On Sunday, April 12, Jadyn Liebman, a sophomore at Livingston High School, ran her own half-marathon around town to raise money for the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund. The fund organizes and coordinates resources to fight the medical, social, and economic impact of COVID-19 on New Jersey’s most vulnerable. To date, Liebman has raised over $550 for the fund, and is planning another run this summer.

 

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Thu
16
Apr
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Rec Basketball Champions

Rec Basketball Champions

The UCLA Bruins defeated the Maryland “Terps” (Terrapins) in the 11th grade Recreation Boys’ Basketball Finals Tournament to become the 2019-20 champions. Shown here, teammates included Jack Schreiber, Yonas Legesse, Thomas Gangi, Ryan Mullin, coach Rod Sanchez, Dario Sanchez, and Ryan Mullin. Also on the team was John Akulekliar.

 

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Thu
09
Apr
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Fifth-Sixth Grade Basketball Champs:

Fifth-Sixth Grade Basketball Champs

Team UCLA defeated Team Syracuse to capture the fifth-sixth grade Livingston Recreation Girls’ Basketball League championship, held earlier this year at Mt. Pleasant Middle School. Shown here, the team includes, rear, Lexi Nelson, Ella Chai, Annie Ferrans, Josie Klein, and Bella Jenis; and front, Emma LaBrunda, Jayden Cohen, and Goldie Stein. Also on the team were Kylie Wong and Chloe Wright. The team was coached by Frank Klein and Michael Ferrans.

 

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Thu
09
Apr
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Winning Hockey Season

Winning Hockey Season

The Livingston High School varsity ice hockey team concluded its season with ten wins, eight losses, and five ties. The team ranked seventh in the Public B State Tournament and reached the semi-finals in the conference tournament. Don Schwartz Photo

 

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Thu
02
Apr
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Winning Season For Lady Lancer Fencers

Winning Season For Lady Lancer Fencers

WINNING SEASON FOR LADY LANCER FENCERS: The Livingston High School girls’ fencing team finished the season with a 7-2 record and placed eighth in a field of 54 in the Santelli Tournament. The sabre squad placed second in District III competition; third at the Santelli Tournament; and seventh in the state. Individual highlights included senior sabre Amanda Manubag amassing 17 wins with no losses; placing second in the District, and ninth in the state; and earning selection to Second Team, All-State. Junior Dorothy Zhou had 14 wins and three losses. Sophomore Sabre Sasha Goltsman had 15 wins against four losses.

Thu
02
Apr
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Four-Win Season

Four-Win Season

FOUR-WIN SEASON: The Livingston High School boys’ fencing team had a four win, six loss season. The epee squad placed third in District III. Individual highlights includes senior foil Fillip Kizhner’s record of 12 wins and four losses, and freshman Epee Ayan Bhatnager’s 12 wins to three losses. Senior sabre Rishab Gosalia placed 15th in the state. Team members include, front, Mark Shteyn, Eric Brekhman, Rishab Gosalia, Brian Janay, Harrison Greenwald, Fillip Kizhner, Owen Kenney, Johnny Yu, and coach Jackson Huemer; second row, Vaughn Paglianite, Alex Berman, Aryan Pradhan, Diego Bolanos, Marco Porcelli, Justin Wang, Jared Haime, Kevin Duffy, and Greg Winner; third row, Max Zhuang, Russell Fan, Aden Vishnevsky, Raymond Moy, Adam Cohen, Leo Baracaldo, and Tyler O’Keefe; and rear, Dan Ricci, Ayan Bhatnagar, Yony Nadelson, Michael Zhu, Franklin Yiu, and Michael Rivera.

 

Thu
26
Mar
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Boys’ Winter Track Team Has Successful Season

Boys’ Winter Track Team Has Successful Season

The Livingston High School boys’ winter track team had a good season, reported coach Nancy Petryna. “The team was led by a handful of seniors and a large group of hard-working developing underclassmen who ran, jumped, and threw together throughout the season. They were ever the competitors, and the coaches could always count on each boy to fight for every inch or second.” Team captains were Philmon Mehari, Sean Miller, Jacob Kogut, and Siraj Akmal.

The standout individual performer for the season, said coach Petryna, was senior Philmon Mehari, “a fierce competitor on the track who showed the ability to excel at a variety of races including the 800, 1,600, and 3,200 meter distances, in which he achieved the season’s best times on the team.”

 

 

Thu
26
Mar
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Winning Season For Wrestlers

WINNING SEASON FOR WRESTLERS

WINNING SEASON FOR WRESTLERS: The Livingston High School wrestling team finished with a 14-8 record. Season highlights included a first place finish at the Secaucus Patriot Invitational; a third place finish in the Essex County Tournament; and a second place finish in the District 9 Tournament. Team members include, rear, coaches Dan Brill and Chris DiIanni, Stratos Kantanas, Max Lee, Michael Petrillo, Anthony Newman, Jason Quirk, Nico Ramirez, Tyler Stolfi, Azel Bishop, Shaun Quirk, Alessandro Zacheo, Eddie Padilla, Aidan Carmody, Vinnie Militello, Zack Vera, and coach Ernie Cuneo; middle row, Aidan Kessler, Ben Smolensky, Brody Gutenberg, Josh Millman, Rory Subarsky, Ryan Kedrie, Matt Martin, Gabe Kanchek, Phenol Morlan, Roberto Camean, and Davis Dauti; and front, Kevin Risch, Nick Slotnick, Gabe Fleisher, Johann Ramirez, James Rossi, Lorenz Najjar, Josh Scherr, Dan Silverman, and Henry Dagistino. Don Schwartz Photo

 

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