Sports

Thu
21
Feb
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Double Win For Lady Lancers

ingston High School girls’ varsity basketball team recorded wins over the Panthers of Technology High School, 48-30, and the Cougars of MontclairKimberly Academy, 46-31. Shown here, Lancerseniorcenter Morgan Scheer, #32, scores on a short jumper against the Cougar defense. The cross-county match-up was played in the LHS Fitness and In recent action, the Liv-Wellness Center on Friday, February 15.

 

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Thu
14
Feb
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Lancers Defeat Newark Collegiate

The Livingston High School boys’ varsity basketball team recently defeated Newark Collegiate Academy, 65-46, at home in the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center. Shown above, Lancer forward Fil Tosic, #23, jumps to score on a fast break against the Panthers. Below, Lancer guard Will Farrell, #4, scores on a jumper despite being double teamed.

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Thu
14
Feb
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Relay Team Establishes New Record

The Livingston High School boys’ track and field team ended the invitational portion of its season at the Morris County Coaches’ Invitational, held at the Ocean Breeze facility in Staten Island, New York.

The boys in attendance, many of whom were competing in their last meet of the season, faced athletes from nearly 50 other schools from all over New Jersey in one of the most competitive meets of the year.

 

 

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Thu
07
Feb
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Hockey Team Plays West Essex And Watchung Hills

The Lancers defeated the West Essex Knights, 4-2, on Saturday, February 2, at the Codey Arena. The Lancers then lost to the Watchung Hills Warriors, 5-2 in an afternoon match-up on Monday, February 4. Above, Lancers Michael Mumm, #6; Dylan Foley, #2, and Cade Prendergast, #17, converge on the goal for a possible rebound against Watchung Hills. Below, Lancer center Jacob Fuhrman, #22, wins the face-off against Watchung Hills. Awaiting the puck is Lancer Matthew McLaughlin, #11.

 

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Thu
07
Feb
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Youth Wrestling Club Having a Great Season

The Livingston Wrestling Club is having its best season in more than a decade, said coach Matt Brill, with a record of 8 to 1 through the end of January.

The recreation team is led by eighth gradersAidan Carmody, Jason Quirk, Shaun Quirk, Phenol Morlan, Henry Han, James Rossi, Olisa Ojukwu, Noah Lerman and Xavier Miles. The wrestlers are in grades two through eight.

 

 

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Thu
07
Feb
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Lancers Advance To County Tournament

The Livingston High School boys’ varsity basketball team defeated Belleville, 45-40, and Weequahic, 63-56, to advance in the Essex County Tournament and improve on its league record. Shown here, Lancer guard Abe Rimatzki, #1, “soars and scores” against Weequahic. Converging on the play is Lancer Jack Larsen, #15. The Lancers defeated the Weequahic Indians on Monday, February 4, at home in the LHS Fitness andWellnessCenter. DonSchwartzPhoto

 

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Thu
31
Jan
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Play For Duke Brain Fund

On Saturday, January 26, the Livingston High School varsity and junior varsity girls’ basketball teams raised money for the Duke Brain Aneurysm Fund in honor of player Aliza Gelman’s brother, Justin, who suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm last year while at Duke University. Thanks to the expertise of Duke’s Neurosurgery Department, Justin is fully recovered and has returned to school to continue his studies as a pre-med neuroscience major. In appreciation for the care he received, the Gelman family created the Duke Brain Aneurysm Fund, with the mission of “extending the reach of Duke’s life-giving care to patients across the globe by providing practitioners and caregivers beyond Duke with the advanced training and education necessary to ensure the best brain aneurysm care for everyone, everywhere.” Justin Gelman’s story was the topic of an article in the Tribune’s December 27, 2018 issue.

Thu
31
Jan
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Swimmers Chen and DiBlasi Place First In SEC Swimming Championships

The Livingston High School swim team competed in the Super Essex Conference (SEC) Championships, held at the New Jersey Institute of Technology on Monday, January 21. The boys’team finished in fourth place, with the girls finishing in eighth place. Two Lady Lancers, Isabella Chen and Alessia DiBlasi, won first place medals in their events.

For the boys, Brandon Kim finished in third place in both the 50 meter freestyle and the 100 meter freestyle, and he was a part of the 200 meter medley relay and the 400 meter freestyle relay, which also finished in third place. Dylan Belluardo, who was also a part of those relays, finished in third place in the 100 meter butterfly. Also contributing in the relays were Aaron Teng; Ben Ma in the medley; and Andrew Li and Ken Lok in the 400 meter freestyle relay.

Thu
31
Jan
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Lady Lancers Win Two

The Livingston High School girls’ varsity basketball team defeated Science Park, 45-25, and CedarGrove, 34-26, to improve its record to 12 wins against two losses. The Lancers lead the Independence Division of the Super Essex Conference with a 9-0 record. Shown here, Lancer guard Sara Cullen, #3, jumps to score against the Panthers of Cedar Grove. The Lancers won the battle for first place, 34-26.

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Thu
24
Jan
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Long Jumpers Shine at Armory Competition

With much of the Livingston High School track and field team remaining behind in Livingston to prepare for the upcoming State Relays, the Livingston long jumpers and many of the team’s newer athletes traveled into New York City to compete at the New Balance Track and Field Center at the Armory. The venue is considered by many in the sport as having the fastest indoor surface in the world. The center played host to hundreds of New Jersey high school runners and jumpers who were there to compete in freshman, novice, and varsity events hosted by the Bergen County Track Club.

The night’s best overall Lancer performance came from freshman Quin Devlin, who competed in three events in his age class. First up for the talented sprinter and jumper was the 55-meter dash. Devlin ran a quick first heat and was tagged to run in a semi-final, in which he finished with a time of 7.7.

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