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26
Apr
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Double Win For Baseball Team

DOUBLE WIN FOR BASEBALL TEAM: The Livingston High School varsity baseball team recorded two wins at home in recent action, defeating Rutherford, 5-4, on Wednesday, April 18, and Montclair, 2-1, on Friday, April 20. Shown above, Lancer shortstop Brett Mendez avoids the pick-off by diving back into first base against the Rutherford Bulldogs. Don Schwartz Photo

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Thu
26
Apr
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Boys' Lacrosse Team Wins Two

BOYS’ LACROSSE TEAM WINS TWO: In recent action, the Livingston High School boys’ varsity lacrosse team defeated Verona, 13-0, at home, and Cranford, 12-8, on the road. Shown above, Lancer senior attacker Eddie O’Donnell, #45, circles the Verona defense to set up a Lancer score.

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Thu
19
Apr
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Girls’ Track Team Continues To Shine

The Livingston High School girls’ track and field team continued its spring season at home on Tuesday, April 10, eking out a dual meet victory over Millburn High School. The team next participated in the Dodgertown Relays at Madison High School.

Millburn Meet

In the 400 intermediate hurdles, Rachel Drill (72.9: first) and Kayla Hudson (76.3; second) got the team out to an early lead, grabbing eight points. Joining them were Katrina Pham, Anna Chen, Liz Lam and Cynthia Chi.

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19
Apr
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Little League Opening Day

LITTLE LEAGUE OPENING DAY: Livingston Little League held its opening day ceremonies on Saturday, April 14. As it was last year, the ceremonies were dedicated to Jake Kestler, a Livingston teenager and long-time Little League player who is battling cancer. Shown left, Jacob Immitt pitches for the Angels during an opening day game; above, Jake prepares to throw out the ceremonial first pitch.

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Thu
12
Apr
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Baseball Team Wins Two

BASEBALL TEAM WINS TWO: The Livingston High School varsity baseball team defeated the Maroon Raiders of Nutley, 8-5, before defeating the West Orange Moutaineers, 14-4, on Saturday, April 7, at West Orange. Shown above, Lancer Aidan Conway scores the first run of the game against the Mountaineers.

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Thu
12
Apr
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LHS Boys’ Track Team Opens Season Strongly

The Livingston High School boys’ track and field team got its season off to a strong start on Thursday, April 5, defeating Super Essex Conference American Division foe, Columbia High School, by a score of 72-59.

“Due to the weather conditions the last few weeks, most of the throws could not be contested down in the ‘pit’ area, which is natural grass and dirt,” said coach Dave Czeizinger. “The infield turf had to be marked off and the javelin would be contested there first before any other events.” The trio of Joe Cullen (134’), John Rosero (128’) and Nick Boffa (124’) got the boys’ team off to a great start, going one, two and three and besting Columbia, 9-0, in the event to start the scoring for the Lancers. Jacob Werner and Daniel Horn also threw for LHS.

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Thu
05
Apr
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Softball Scrimmage

SOFTBALL SCRIMMAGE: The Lancer varsity softball team hosted the Westfield Blue Devils in the final pre-season scrimmage on Wednesday, March 28. Shown above, Lancer catcher Emma Cooney handles the fastball as homeplate umpire Sal Dieicco readies to make the strike call. Westfield batter Alay Gulla follows the ball into Cooney’s mitt.

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Thu
05
Apr
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Volleyball Champions

VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS: The Devils defeated the Guppies, three games to one, to win the Livingston Recreation Men’s Volleyball League volleyball championship. Shown here are team members Scott Doyle, Kirill Dunayev, Neil Goldstein, Champs Arscott, Allen Chen and Les Sturt. Also on the team are Boris Vernoff, Oleg Tolstenkov, and Michael Chen.

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Thu
29
Mar
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Playing For A Cause

PLAYING FOR A CAUSE: Fifteen Livingston Police officers helped raise nearly $600,000 for Special Olympics New Jersey earlier this month by playing a flag football game at MetLife Stadium. The officers participated in the New York Giants Snow Bowl a six-on-six flag football tournament.

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Thu
29
Mar
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Lady Laxers Win Scrimmage

LADY LAXERS WIN SCRIMMAGE: The Livingston High School girls’ varsity lacrosse team hosted the Kinnelon Colts in a preseason scrimmage on Friday, March 23, on the LHS turf. Shown above, Lancer middie Emily Gaffney, #14, carries the ball to set up a play against Kinnelon. Although no official score is kept in a scrimmage, the Lady Lancers out-scored the Colts.

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