Sports

Thu
23
May
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Lacrosse Team Wins

The Livingston High School boys’ lacrosse team defeated the Morristown Colonials, 10-4, on Wednesday, May 15, at home on the turf. Shown here, Lancer goalie Brandon Shevins, #10, snags a loose ball to thwart a Morristown attack. LHS defenseman Brandon Persaud, #18, converges on the play.

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Thu
23
May
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Girls’ Track & Field Team Competes in County Tourney

The Livingston High School girls’ track and field team travelled to West Orange High School to participate in the Essex County Championships. “While the girls’ team did not come away with a trophy, several athletes shined along with some promising results from some novice athletes showing promise for the future,” noted coach Nancy Petryna.

In the pole vault, Anna Sang topped the bar with a season’s best performance of 8’6” to grab a fifth place medal. Freshman Summer Yung finished in seventh just out of the medal hunt with her season best clear of 7’6”.

 

 

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Thu
16
May
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Softball Team Advances in Tournament

The Livingston High School varsity softball team defeated Caldwell, 11-6, in the Essex CountyTournament quarter-finals.

Freshman Giulia Wilson and sophomore Nathalia DiIanni each had four hits in the 15 attack. Wilson was 4-4 with a walk and four RBIs, and DiIanni was 4-5 with two RBIs and two runs scored. Junior Julie Moresco was 3-4 with a double and three RBIs. Sophomore Jess Bullion and freshman Emily Hunter combined pitching efforts to secure the victory.

 

 

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Thu
16
May
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Lancer Stella Scheier Wins 1,600 At Conference Championships

The Livingston High School girls’ track and field team competed in the Super Essex Conference Championship – Large School Division on Saturday, May 11, facing six teams in the American Division. Noted coach Nancy Petryna, “The girls began the championship portion of the season with many personal best performances, indicating that the hard work they have put in on the track and in the field up until this point of the season has been worth the effort.”

The pole vault squad, led by cocaptain Rachel Drill, put together an impressive performance, with all three competitors placing in the top six. Drill cleared the bar at 8’6”, placing her in second and earning her the silver medal. Junior Anna Sang was third with a clearance of 8’0”. Freshman Summer Yung cleared 7’0”, placing her in sixth for her first conference championship meet.

 

 

Thu
09
May
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Lancer Volleyball Team Wins Two of Three

The Livingston High School boys’ varsity volleyball team won two of its three recent matches. The Lancers defeated West Essex, 2-0, on Tuesday, April 30; dropped a 2-0 match at St. Peter’s Prep School on Thursday, May 2; and defeated Payne Tech, 2-0, on Friday, May 3. Shown above, Lancer junior Sebastian Chung elevates to score on a serve against the West Essex Knights. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Thu
09
May
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Lancers Sweep Tournament First Round

The Livingston High School varsity baseball team swept the first round of the Greater Newark Tournament. The team defeated the North Hunterdon Lions, 2-1, on Tuesday, April 30; the Newark Academy Minutemen, 5-3, on Friday, May 3; and the Caldwell Chiefs, 4-2, on Saturday, May 4. Three Lancer pitchers held North Hunterdon to a single run. Shown above, left, Lancer Robert Sayle scores before the throw can be made to North Hunterdon catcher Trey Prismatic. Homeplate umpire Mike Testa signals the score. Above, right, Lancer middle relief hurler Ray Larsen throws a third strike fastball during the middle innings. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Thu
02
May
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LHS Boys’ Track Team Moves 5-0 in SEC; Breaks 4x100 Record at Paul Beck Relays

The Livingston High School boys’ track team competed in a double dual meet against PayneTech and Seton Hall Prep before competing in the Paul H. Beck Memorial Relays in Millburn. During the latter event, the boys’4x400 medley relay squad broke the all-time LHS record in that event.

The Lancers are now at 5-0 in the Super Essex Conference.

Double Dual Meet

In the 400 meter intermediate hurdles, Victor Lopez-Simpson took first at 62.5, with Evan Tomasco (70.5) grabbed a third against Payne Tech (PT).

 

 

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Thu
02
May
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Little League Opening Day Ceremonies Honored Jake Kestler

Just days before he lost his battle with brain cancer, 14-year-old Jake Kestler of Livingston was honored at the opening day ceremonies of Livingston Little League.

As has become custom in recent years, Opening Day – this year it was April 6 – was named “Knock Cancer Out of the Park Day” by the mayor and Township Council.

Knock Cancer Out of the Park is a fundraising campaign founded by the Kestlers’ friend, Dr. Steven Arsht, to raise funds for pediatric cancer research.

 

 

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Thu
25
Apr
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Baseball Team Wins Two

BASEBALL TEAM WINS TWO: This past week, the Livingston High School baseball team won two games and lost one. The Lancers defeated Columbia, 16-0, on Tuesday, April 16; lost to Nutley, 10-3, on Wednesday, April 17; and defeated Union City, 12-9, on Thursday, April 18. Shown here, Lancers Will Egner and Evan Kamikow, #5, congratulate Chris Senney on scoring a Lancer run. Don Schwartz Photo

 

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Thu
25
Apr
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Girls’ Track and Field Defeats Columbia

The Livingston High School girls’ track and field team hosted the Cougars of Columbia onWednesday,April 18, and scored an 80-56 victory over the rival team.

The Lancer distance squad provided big points for the team by sweeping both the 800 and 1,600 meter events. In the latter, co-captain Sammy Keenan led the pack over the finish line in first place in 5:50.1. Katrina Leigh provided the second place finish with a time of 6:02.3.

In the challenging 800 meter run, which blends the endurance of a distance runner with the speed skills of a sprinter, junior Lindsay Anan led the Lancers over the finish line in first place with her time of 2:35.2. Freshman Kylie Prendergast was next at 2:35.6, and Keenan rounded out the top three places with her time of 2:39.1. Also running for the Lancers was Ashley Pearl, who finished at 3:07.

 

 

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