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21
Mar
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Spring Training

SPRING TRAINING is underway for the Lancer softball team. Shown here, sisters Kelci and Jessie Bullion prepare for the batting cage and fielding drills during softball practice in the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center. The Lancers will open their season at home against West Orange on Monday, April 1. Don Schwartz Photo

 

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Volleyball Training

The Livingston High School boys’varsity volleyball team is undergoing spring training. Shown here, head coach Dan Kim reinforces the setting technique to Drew Nardone, Chris Boulin, and Fil Tosic. The team will host the Montclair Mounties in the season opener on Monday, April 1. Don Schwartz Photo

 

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Boy's Lacrosse Spring Training

BOYS’ LACROSSE SPRING TRAINING is currently underway. Shown here, coach Brad Dzama reinforces “the carry” to seniors Chris Durish, Dominic Martin, Marco Fusari, Tommy Werner, Mick Karp, and Damon Persaud. The Lancers will host Voorhees in the season opener on Wednesday, March 27.

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Thu
14
Mar
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Livingston Junior Lancers Host Harlem Lacrosse

The Livingston Junior Lancers eighth grade boys’lacrosse team played host to the Harlem Lacrosse Program this past weekend.The event took place at the SDA Sports Complex in Clifton, where the Lancer players and coaches welcomed 15 members of the Harlem Lacrosse Program for a two-hour joint practice and scrimmage.

Founded in 2008, the Harlem Lacrosse Program’s mission is “to empower the children who are most at risk for academic decline and dropout to rise above their challenges and reach their full potential.”

 

 

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14
Mar
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Synchonrized Skating Champs

The Skyliners synchronized skating team, which includes Livingston residents, capped its 2018-19 season with five National medals. Three Skyliners’ qualifying lines – Junior, Novice and Juvenile – won national championship gold medals at the 2019 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships. The Intermediate line won bronze, and the Senior line won silver. Shown above is Shirley Zhu, a Livingston High School senior who skates in the Team USA-titled Skyliners Junior line. Shown below at their home rink, the Codey Arena in West Orange, are Jessica Wang of LHS; who skates in Skyliners Intermediate; Chelsea Peng of Heritage Middle School, who skates in Skyliners Juvenile; Brianna Llanos and Marian Zhang, LHS students skating in Skyliners Novice line; and Isabelle Gao, a Mt. Pleasant Middle School student who also skates in Skyliners Juvenile.

 

Thu
07
Mar
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Boys' Basketball Team Senior Night

The Livingston High School boys’ varsity basketball team honored its seniors during Senior Night festivities on Tuesday evening, February 19, at the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center. Each senior player and team manager was introduced with his/her parents, presented with floral bouquets, and photographed. Shown above, honored senior varsity players included Jack Ernst, Fil Tosic, Ryan Caruso, Will Farrell, Chris Boulin, and Joe Cullen. Below, senior managers Rachel Leibel and Sabrina Rosenbaum proudly display their roses.

 

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Lancers Compete Well at Meet of Champions

Three members of the Livingston track and field squad traveled to the Bennett Center in Toms River to compete in the prestigious Meet of Champions. The boys’ meet was held on Saturday February 23, and the girls’ meet on Sunday, February 24.

The All Groups or Meet of Champions (MOC) is the final leg of the New Jersey State Tournament. To get to this point, an athlete or relay squad had to finish in the top six in the State Sectional Championships. There are 16 throughout the state.

The second leg pits the top six sectional winners against each other in the State Group Championships. Again, the top six finishers get to move on.

 

 

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Thu
28
Feb
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LANCERS LOSE IN STATE TOURNAMENT:

The Livingston High School boys’ varsity basketball team fell to the Hackensack Comets, 65-45, in the first round of the NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 1, Group 4 Tournament. The game was played in the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center on Monday evening, February25.Shown above, Lancer center Chris Boulin, #12, wins the opening tip-off against Hackensack. At right, Lancer forward Jack Ernst, #13, “soars and scores” against the Comets.

 

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STATE TOURNAMENT VICTORY:

The Livingston High School girls’ varsity basketball team defeated the Mount Olive Marauders, 35-28, in the NJSIAA State Tournament, played on Monday evening, February 25, in the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center. The Lancers will next face the winner of the Bloomfield/Kearny game. Shown here, Lancer forward Kayla Parsons, #10, drives the lane to score against the Marauder defenders.

 

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Synchronized Skaters

Livingston High School students Sacha Nithikasem, a sophomore; Annette Siu, a senior; and Michelle Li, a sophomore, are members of the Synchroettes Junior synchronized skating team. On Tuesday, February 19, the Synchroettes celebrated their last event of the season at their home rink at the Codey Arena in West Orange, and will send their three qualified teams to the national competition. The U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships will be held in Plymouth, Michigan, February 28 through March 1. With the current season at an end, the Synchroettes are preparing for the next season by inviting any skaters who are interested in synchronized skating to join a try-out clinic in March. For more information, visit http://synchroettes.com/tryouts.

 

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