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Thu
12
Sep
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Freshmen Secure Victory

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The Lancers defeated Mount Saint Dominic Academy, 2-0, in the Fitness and Wellness Center last week. Above, Lancer freshman Nina Iamash returns the volley against the Lions. Don Schwartz Photo

 

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Thu
12
Sep
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Football Team Falls To Randolph

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The Lancers were defeated by the Randolph Rams, 20-6, on Friday evening, September 6. Shown above, Lancer quarterback Will Egner sets the offensive line prior to the snap against Randolph. At left, Lancers tailback Brian Russo stiff arms the Rams defender to pick up a Lancer first down. Below, many fans in the student section wore Hawaiianthemed attire at last Friday’s varsity football game. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Thu
05
Sep
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Lancers Defeat Glen Rock

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The Lancer boys’ varsity soccer team defeated Glen Rock, 3-1, at home on the turf on Wednesday, August 28. Shown here, Lancer defenders prevent a Panthers corner kick score during second half action. Heading the ball is # 23 senior Jake Goldstein, #23. The player in the air is junior Grant Shevrin. Senior Jordan Wayne mans the post while freshman Charlie Grossman, #25, converges on the play. Don Schwartz Photo

 

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Thu
05
Sep
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Tennis Team Holds Tournament; Top-Ranked Player Joins Team

The Livingston High School girls’ varsity tennis team will begin its home season on Saturday, September 7, when it hosts the ninth annual “September Smash” four-team tennis tournament.

The Memorial Park Tennis Courts are reserved on Saturday, September 7, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. for this event.

The matches will start at 10 a.m., with J.P. Stevens playing Morristown, and Ridgewood playing Livingston.

At 2:15 p.m., the two winning teams, and the two teams that lost, will play each other.

 

 

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Thu
29
Aug
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Boys' Soccer Team Ready For Action

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BOYS’ SOCCER TEAM READY FOR ACTION: The Livingston High School boys’ varsity soccer team hosted the Westwood Cardinals in a scrimmage held on Saturday, August 24, at the Saint Barnabas Medical Center Community Field. The Lancers will host Millburn on Wednesday, September 4, in the season opener. Shown above, Lancer center forward Harrison Berkley beats the Westwood defender to the ball during a breakaway.

 

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Thu
29
Aug
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Freshman Scrimmage

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FRESHMAN SCRIMMAGE: The Livingston High School freshman football team hosted a quad scrimmage with Mount Olive, Morris Hills and Newton on the LHS turf on Thursday, August 22. Shown above, Lancer running back Stanley Labady follows the offensive line, blocking for a big gain against the Newton Braves. The Mount Olive Marauders, Morris Hills Knights and the Newton Braves all ran offensive and defensive sets against the Lancers. At right, freshman quarterback Joey Maiello throws a pass during the scrimmage against Newton. Running back Labady readies to pick up incoming linemen. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Thu
22
Aug
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Red Bulls Visit Camp Hope

Red Bulls Visit Camp Hope
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RED BULLS VISIT CAMP HOPE: The New York Red Bulls Freestyle Crew and staff members visited The Arc of Essex County’s Camp Hope, a summer day camp for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, on August 7. Red Bulls staff members helped the campers practice their aiming and ball handling skills as well as teaching them how to work together towards a common goal, while campers showcased their soccer skills and picked up tips and tricks from the players. Freestyle crew members Hayden Criollo, Emiliano Muno and Richie Lopez interact with campers after impressing them with their fancy footwork. A camper shows off some of his own skills after watching the Red Bulls Freestyle Crew perform.

 

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Thu
22
Aug
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Football Fundraiser

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FOOTBALL FUNDRAISER: The Livingston High School football team will once again sell its discount cards door-to-door throughout town tonight, Thursday evening, August 22, from 5 to 7 p.m. Cards cost $15 each and feature over 30 vendors offering discounts, with the funds raised supporting the football team. People may also order a card by emailing lhslancerfootball@gmail.com. Shown here are members of the football team (top) Ismail Ibrahim, Matt Bucich, Will Egner, John Currao, Brandon Shevins, Zach Greenberg, Brian Russo, Luke Nardone, Max Korfin, (bottom), Spencer Feldman, Anthony Lopa, Matt Carras, Kevin Baskinger, Anthony Newman, Andrew Cilenti, Michael Petrillo, Dylan Mandelbaum, and Bailey Krug.

 

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Thu
15
Aug
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Tennis Benefits

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TENNIS BENEFIT: The Cedar Hill Country Club Women’s Association held its annual Play For Pink event on Tuesday, August 6. Highlights of the event included a continental breakfast, an 18 hole golf tournament, a tennis round robin competition, cards and mah jongg, an awards luncheon, and vendor shopping. The event, coordinated by co-chairwomen Bonita Areman, Linda Goren, and Adrienne Chanin, raised more than $20,000 for breast cancer research. Shown above, the Play for Pink Tennis Round Robin competition drew 18 players. The three flight winners were Ruth Kallen, Ashley Elgart, and Marisa Bershad. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Thu
15
Aug
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Residents Play in Cricket Tournament

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RESIDENTS PLAY IN CRICKET TOURNAMENT: Two Livingston residents, Hardik Mhatre and Ved Churiwala, played in a ten-day, 25-overs cricket tournament for players under 19. The tournament took place July 27 to August 5 in Mississauga, Canada, and had eight teams from Canada, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Barbados, and the USA participating. Mhatre and Churiwala played for the Atlantic Region Cricket Board of the USA. Their team won three games before losing to Ontario Cricket Academy of Canada in the semi-finals.

 

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