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Thu
14
May
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Tennis Team Defeats MKA and W. Orange

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The Livingston High School boys' tennis team defeated Montclair Kimberley Academy (MKA) twice in Super Essex Conference matches and West Orange in a regular season match during the past week. Livingston 3, MKA 2: The singles lineup of Anthony Caputo, Sam Farber, and Harrison Chiger provided the team with three points for the victory. Montclair Kimberley’s Jack Ross and Alex Pai at fi rst doubles defeated Josh Brodkin and Jason Vernoff, 6-4,6-0. Montclair Kimberley won second doubles in three sets when Joey Smuckler and Guyon Ganchi defeated Michael Segal and Kyle Ferguson, 3-6,6-4,6-3.

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Thu
14
May
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Record Setting Week by Scavetta and Berger Lead Boys' Spring Track and Field Squad

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Livingston High School was host to 30 track and fi eld teams from Essex County at the Essex County Relay Championship (ECRC) on Friday May 1. The following Monday, they faced a strong West Orange team in a Super Essex Conference (SEC) dual meet and then came right back on May 9 to compete in the SEC American division championships. At the ECRC, the top six fi nishers in each event score points toward the coveted team title. The boys’ squad tallied 15 points for a 13th place finish. They were able to medal in four of the 16 events with several quality performances which just missed the top six spots.

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Thu
07
May
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Lancers Top West Essex in First Round Of Greater Newark Baseball Tournament

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by Bob Towey
 
The Livingston Lancer varsity baseball team lost to Belleville, 12-0, at home and Millburn, 5-4, away, before defeating West Essex, 5-3, at home in the first round of the Greater Newark Tournament on Thursday, April 30, and overwhelming Caldwell, 13-1, away on Friday, May 1. On Thursday, the Lancers faced the West Essex Knights in their first home game of the week looking to bounce back from their back to back losses to Belleville and Millburn. The Knights had a 2-0 lead in the first inning, which they preserved into the third when they added one more run to put them ahead, 3-0. However, in the fourth inning, the Lancers shrunk the West Essex lead to 3-1 when a wild pitch got behind the Knights’ catcher, allowing Jarrett Birnbaum to steal home.
 
Thu
07
May
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Lancers Reach Quarterfinal Round Of Essex County Lacrosse Tournament

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The Livingston Lancer lacrosse team defeated Columbia, 8-6, on Saturday, May 2, to reach the quarterfinal round of the Essex County tournament. With the win, the #7-seeded Lancers were scheduled to face #2-seeded Monclair, which received a bye to the quarterfinal round as the second seed and is 6-6 for the season.
 
Thu
30
Apr
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Baseball Team Splits Games with Newark Academy; Falls to Millburn, 6-3, in Overtime Innings

by Bob Towey
 
The Livingston Lancers varsity baseball team played back-to-back-to-back games last week, defeating Newark Academy, 3-2, at home on Thursday, April 23; losing at home to Millburn, 6-3, on Friday, April 24; and losing to Newark Academy, 3-2, away on Saturday, April 25.

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Thu
30
Apr
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LHs tennis team Wins Ect title

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The Livingston High School boys tennis team won the 2015 Essex County Tennis Tournament Championship with victories against Belleville, Seton Hall, Millburn, and Newark Academy. The team also defeated Bloomfi eld and Seton Hall in regular season matches.

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Thu
23
Apr
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Lady Lancer Girls' Track And Field Team Undefeated at Super Essex Conference Meet

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In addition to the Morris Hills Relays on Saturday, April 18, the Livingston High School (LHS) girls' track and field team defeated Columbia High School and Mount Saint Dominic last Tuesday at Underhill Field in Maplewood. While Mount Saint Dominic’s small squad would be "overrun," by the two larger teams, it was predicted that the contest between Columbia and Livingston would depend on every performance from every runner, thrower and jumper on each of the teams.
 
Thu
23
Apr
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High School Baseball Team Plays Five Games

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by Bob Towey
 
The Livingston Lancer varsity baseball team played five games in six days this week, defeating Nutley High School away, 5-4, on Monday, April 13; losing to Randolph High School, away, 7-3; on Tuesday, April 14; losing to Seton Hall Prep at home, 12-2, on Wednesday, April 14; defeating Montclair High School, away, 4-1, on Friday, April 17; and losing to Montville High School, 13-12, away, on Saturday, April 18.
 
Thu
16
Apr
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Boys' Tennis Team Wins Five of Six Matches

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The Livingston High School boys' tennis team won five of its six matches in the past week’s play. Livingston has a 7 and 1 record, 3-0 in the Super Essex Conference. In addition, the team will be host to the 11th annual “Lancer Tennis Showdown” Tournament, which will be held this Saturday, April 18, at the Memorial Park Tennis Courts from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The courts will be closed to the public during this time.
 
Thu
16
Apr
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Travel Basketball Teams Honored

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The Livingston Township Council, at its meeting Monday night, honored five travel basketball teams of the Suburban Recreation Basketball League, for their accomplishments during the 2014-15 season. The league is sponsored by the township Senior, Youth, and Leisure Services (SYLS) Department. Shown here, parents proudly snap photos.
 

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