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Thu
13
Feb
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Varsity Bowlers Earn Fifth Colonial Title

Varsity Bowlers Earn Fifth Colonial Title

This past week, the Livingston High School bowling season ended in spectacular fashion, with the varsity bowling team winning its fifth consecutive Colonial Division title.

The Lancers had moved into first place the week before with wins against West Caldwell Tech and Payne Tech.

Against West Caldwell Tech, Mory Ashenberg had a fine day, with a consistent three game 589 series. His games of 191, 208 and 190 were second only to team captain Danny Feresten’s 637. Feresten scored a 224 in the second game.

 

 

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Thu
13
Feb
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Varsity Basketball Victory

Varsity Basketball Victory

VARSITY BASKETBALL VICTORY: The Livingston High School boys’ varsity basketball team defeated the Bulldogs of Malcolm X. Shabazz High School of Newark, 58-51, at home in the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center on Tuesday, February 4. Shown here, Lancer forward Jake Goldstein, #23, scores from underneath against the Bulldogs.

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Thu
06
Feb
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Freshman Lady Lancers Win:

Freshman Lady Lancers Win

The Lancer girls’ freshman basketball team defeated CedarGrove onTuesday, January 28, at home in the Livingston High School Fitness and Wellness Center. Shown here, LancercenterTiana Gangi, #32, pulls down a rebound between the Cedar Grove defenders.

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Thu
06
Feb
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Mehari Wins at Track Invitational

Mehari Wins at Track Invitational

The Livingston High School boys’ indoor track and field team finished one of its final weeks of the season in peak form by delivering personal best performances. On January 28, the squad traveled to the New Balance Armory in New York City to compete in the Metropolitan Invitational, which hosted over 50 teams from all over New Jersey. The meet included freshman, novice and varsity divisions and for many of the athletes, this would be their last meet of the season.

First up for the Lancers was the 1,600 meter race. Freshman Chris Bonnar, running in the first and fastest heat, inched closer to the five-minute mark, crossing the line at 5:02.62, placing eighth overall. Also running in the freshman division were Kyle Viteri (5:24.33), Max Israel (5:51.41) and Ed Lopez (6:01.57).

 

 

Thu
30
Jan
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Lady Lancers Fall to Caldwell:

LADY LANCERS FALL TO CALDWELL

The Livingston High School girls’ varsity basketball team was defeated by the Caldwell Chiefs, 38-33, on Tuesday, January 21, in the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center. Shown here, Lancer forward Aliza Gelman, #14, protects the ball during a scoring drive against Caldwell. Don Schwartz Photo

 

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Thu
30
Jan
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Freshmen Win:

FRESHMEN WIN

Livingston High School’s freshman boys’basketball team defeated the Verona Hillbillies, 55-26, at home in the Fitness and Wellness Center on Thursday, January, 23. Shown here, Lancer guard Jake Fersko powers through the Verona defense to score.

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Thu
23
Jan
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Lancers Track and Field Teams Compete At Group 4 State Relay Championship

Lancers Track and Field Teams Compete At Group 4 State Relay Championship

The Livingston High School track and field teams competed in the Group 4 State Relay Championships in Toms River this past weekend. The team did well, with six of the 13 relay crews finishing in the top 16, including one in the top ten.

The pole vault got underway with Lancers Anna Sang and Sammy Lee competing. Their combined clearance of 15’00” landed them in a three-way tie for eighth place. Siraj Akmal had cleared 10’6”, tying his best vault of the season, and finished with the 18th best jump of the day.

 

 

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Thu
23
Jan
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Lancer Wrestling Team Takes Third in County Tournament

Lancer Wrestling Team Takes Third in County Tournament
Lancer Wrestling Team Takes Third in County Tournament

The Lancer wrestlers put together a team effort to finish in third place in the Essex County Athletic Directors’ Association Tournament at Codey Arena last weekend. Twelve out of the 13 grapplers advanced through the first round and got into the running for a top eight finish in their respective weight classes.

Aidan Carmody, a 106 pound freshman, stormed into the semi-finals with a 43 second pin and an 8-0 major decision in his first two matches. Using his patented leg ride, body scissor and power half, Carmody scored bonus points for the Lancers as he advanced. In the semi-finals, he dropped a bout to the defending county champion and then lost a heartbreaking back-andforth match to Orange’s Merlin Sanat to finish fourth.

 

 

Thu
16
Jan
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Ice Hockey Team Ties Millburn

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ICE HOCKEY TEAM TIES MILLBURN: The Livingston High School ice hockey team played Millburn to a 3-3 tie at the Codey Arena on Wednesday, January 8. Shown above, Lancers Andrew Qian, #18; Matt McLaughlin; and Dylan Flaherty, #15, prepare to face-off against Millburn. Below, the Lancers celebrate and congratulate Michael Mumm on his goal. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Thu
16
Jan
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Lady Lancers Place 4th in Essex County Relays

Lady Lancers Place 4th in Essex County Relays

After the winter break, the Livingston High School girls’ track and field squad got ready for a weekend of competition.

On Friday, January 10, they went to Pennsylvania for the East Stroudsburg University’s Warrior Classic meet, and on Sunday, January 12, they traveled to Staten Island for the Essex County Relays (ECR).

While the Relays were almost entirely a varsity championship competition, the Warrior Classic was an open meet, giving athletes of all levels a chance to test themselves.

 

 

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