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04
Apr
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Sabres Hockey Team Wins SUSHL Stanley Cup

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The Sabres defeated the Panthers, 9-5, to win the Stanley Cup Championship in the Sports University Street Hockey League (SUSHL) Junior Division.

The second and third grade team, coached by Scott Saperstein and Steve Shapiro, includes Livingston residents Jake Bonardi, Spencer Cowen, Griffin Loventhal, Cole Shapiro, Max Pfeffer, Asher Cox and Danny Wheeler.

The Sabres went undefeated during the regular season and play-offs. In the final, the Panthers took an early 3-1 lead, with great play from Aiden Krasnow and Isaac Scherzer, but the Sabres fought back to take the lead and eventually pull away.

 

 

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Thu
04
Apr
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Lancers Crush West Orange

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The Livingston High School varsity softball team crushed West Orange, 12-1, at home on the Oval on Monday, April 1. Shown here, Lancer winning pitcher Jessie Bullion delivers a fast ball against the Mountaineers.

 

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Thu
28
Mar
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Lancer Lacrosse Kick-Off

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LANCER LACROSSE KICK-OFF: On Monday evening, March 25, the Livingston High School boys’ lacrosse team gathered for its annual player kick-off dinner, which was provided by Pizzetta Enoteca. The Lancers had a home game on Wednesday (results were not available at press time) and will play at home again this Friday, March 29, at 4 p.m. on the LHS turf. Shown above, the Lancers pose for a team photo.

 

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Thu
28
Mar
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LHS Graduate Frank Schwindel to Play In Major Leagues for Kansas City Royals

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According to an unofficial announcement by Kansas City Royals Hall of Famer George Brett, Frank Schwindel, a 2010 graduate of Livingston High School has made the roster of the Royals’ Major League team.

During a broadcast of the Royals’ exhibition finale against Triple-A Omaha, on Monday, March 25, Brett said Schwindel had told him he will be part of the Royals’ Major League roster. The official roster was not released before the Tribune’s press deadline.

Schwindel, captain of the 2010 Livingston High School varsity baseball team, was drafted to the Royals’ minor league division from St. John’s University in 2013.

 

 

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Thu
21
Mar
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Spring Training

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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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Thu
21
Mar
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Volleyball Training

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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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Thu
21
Mar
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Boy's Lacrosse Spring Training

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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

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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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Thu
14
Mar
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Synchonrized Skating Champs

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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

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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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