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Thu
02
Apr
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Four-Win Season

Four-Win Season

FOUR-WIN SEASON: The Livingston High School boys’ fencing team had a four win, six loss season. The epee squad placed third in District III. Individual highlights includes senior foil Fillip Kizhner’s record of 12 wins and four losses, and freshman Epee Ayan Bhatnager’s 12 wins to three losses. Senior sabre Rishab Gosalia placed 15th in the state. Team members include, front, Mark Shteyn, Eric Brekhman, Rishab Gosalia, Brian Janay, Harrison Greenwald, Fillip Kizhner, Owen Kenney, Johnny Yu, and coach Jackson Huemer; second row, Vaughn Paglianite, Alex Berman, Aryan Pradhan, Diego Bolanos, Marco Porcelli, Justin Wang, Jared Haime, Kevin Duffy, and Greg Winner; third row, Max Zhuang, Russell Fan, Aden Vishnevsky, Raymond Moy, Adam Cohen, Leo Baracaldo, and Tyler O’Keefe; and rear, Dan Ricci, Ayan Bhatnagar, Yony Nadelson, Michael Zhu, Franklin Yiu, and Michael Rivera.

 

Thu
26
Mar
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Boys’ Winter Track Team Has Successful Season

Boys’ Winter Track Team Has Successful Season

The Livingston High School boys’ winter track team had a good season, reported coach Nancy Petryna. “The team was led by a handful of seniors and a large group of hard-working developing underclassmen who ran, jumped, and threw together throughout the season. They were ever the competitors, and the coaches could always count on each boy to fight for every inch or second.” Team captains were Philmon Mehari, Sean Miller, Jacob Kogut, and Siraj Akmal.

The standout individual performer for the season, said coach Petryna, was senior Philmon Mehari, “a fierce competitor on the track who showed the ability to excel at a variety of races including the 800, 1,600, and 3,200 meter distances, in which he achieved the season’s best times on the team.”

 

 

Thu
26
Mar
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Winning Season For Wrestlers

WINNING SEASON FOR WRESTLERS

WINNING SEASON FOR WRESTLERS: The Livingston High School wrestling team finished with a 14-8 record. Season highlights included a first place finish at the Secaucus Patriot Invitational; a third place finish in the Essex County Tournament; and a second place finish in the District 9 Tournament. Team members include, rear, coaches Dan Brill and Chris DiIanni, Stratos Kantanas, Max Lee, Michael Petrillo, Anthony Newman, Jason Quirk, Nico Ramirez, Tyler Stolfi, Azel Bishop, Shaun Quirk, Alessandro Zacheo, Eddie Padilla, Aidan Carmody, Vinnie Militello, Zack Vera, and coach Ernie Cuneo; middle row, Aidan Kessler, Ben Smolensky, Brody Gutenberg, Josh Millman, Rory Subarsky, Ryan Kedrie, Matt Martin, Gabe Kanchek, Phenol Morlan, Roberto Camean, and Davis Dauti; and front, Kevin Risch, Nick Slotnick, Gabe Fleisher, Johann Ramirez, James Rossi, Lorenz Najjar, Josh Scherr, Dan Silverman, and Henry Dagistino. Don Schwartz Photo

 

Thu
19
Mar
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Volleyball Champions:

VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS

Venus defeated the Challengers in recent play to claim the 2020 Livingston Adult Women’s Volleyball League championship. Shown here, Venus includes Seval Bilgin, Ingrid Whu, Wen Li, Sally Fong, and team captain Liz Lopez. Also on the team are Ritu Sohal and Janna Teytel.

 

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Thu
12
Mar
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Petition Created to Fix Basketball Courts

Petition Created to Fix Basketball Courts
Petition Created to Fix Basketball Courts

Livingston resident Brandon Minde has started a petition to request that the Township Council fix the two outdoor basketball courts located next to the high school so residents can play ball in a “safe, welcoming and enjoyable environment.”

The petition, which can be viewed at https://bit.ly/3aGGJMW, surpassed 200 signatures less than two days after it launched.

“The courts should be a source of pride for the town and a place to have fun. Instead they present dangerous conditions and damaged equipment,” said Minde in the petition.

 

 

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Thu
12
Mar
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Mehari and Sweeny Earn Medals at Meet of Champions

Mehari and Sweeny Earn Medals at Meet of Champions

The Livingston High School track and field team sent two of its members, Connor Sweeny and Philmon Mehari, to the Ocean Breeze indoor track facility in Staten Island, New York, to compete in the New Jersey State Meet of Champions on March 7.

“Connor and Philmon have put together successful seasons on the indoor track circuit, with a lot of hard work and effort culminating in their qualifying for this meet,” said coach Dave Czeizinger.

 

 

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Thu
05
Mar
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Lancers Fall To West Essex

LANCERS FALL TO WEST ESSEX
LANCERS FALL TO WEST ESSEX

LANCERS FALL TO WEST ESSEX: The Livingston High School varsity ice hockey team lost to West Essex, 4-2, in the 2020 NJSIAA Boys Hockey Public B Tournament game, held at the Codey Arena in West Orange on Wednesday, February 26. Shown above, the puck off the stick of Livingston’s Austin Vecchio, #8 (behind the goal) rolls around in the net for a power play goal, tying the game at 1-1 with 9:28 left in the first period. Livingston’s Matt McLaughlin. #11, and Michael Mumm (not shown) were credited with assists on the play. Andrew Qian, #16, is shown at right. Defending are West Essex goalie Jason Albrecht, Jack Santoro, Dom Sedicino, #11, Dylan Huff, #12, and Connor Hapward, #3. Below, Livingston’s Dylan Flaherty, #15, shoots at point blank range, but the West Essex goalie makes the save during second period action. Defending is West Essex’ Connor Hapward, #3. Jerry Siskind Photos

Thu
27
Feb
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Nine Wrestlers Advance To Region 3 Tournament

Nine Wrestlers Advance To Region 3 Tournament
Nine Wrestlers Advance To Region 3 Tournament
Nine Wrestlers Advance To Region 3 Tournament
Nine Wrestlers Advance To Region 3 Tournament
Nine Wrestlers Advance To Region 3 Tournament

The Lancer wrestling team hosted the District 9 Wrestling Tournament last weekend. The Districts are the first leg of the journey to the NJSIAA State Championships at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. Eight neighboring teams, from the number one team in New Jersey, Delbarton, to sectional rival North Bergen and conference foes Nutley and Bloomfi eld, came to town for the competition.

Delbarton earned the team title, thanks to advancing 13 wrestlers into the finals and having 12 champions, but for the second consecutive year, the Lancers were the number one public school in the District. Nine Lancers finished in the top three in their respective weight classes and advanced to this week's Region Tournament at West Orange.

 

 

Thu
27
Feb
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NJ Group 4 North 1 Sectional Championship Caps Busy Week for LHS Girls’ Track & Field

NJ Group 4 North 1 Sectional Championship Caps Busy Week for LHS Girls’ Track & Field

As the season winds down, the Livingston High School girls’ track and field team competed in three meets over a five-day stretch.

Eastern States

First up was the 86th Eastern States Championships, held at the New York City Armory on Tuesday, February 18. This prestigious meet draws competitors from many states along the East Coast. Schools must submit qualifying performances to be considered for acceptance to compete at this meet. LHS qualified four girls, in the 55 meter dash, the 55 meter high hurdles, the long jump and the 4x200 relay. More than 225 schools were represented at the meet. Liz Lam took on the 55 meter dash (7.65; 52nd place). Kayla Hudson (9.08; 39th) and Katrina Pham (9.86; 81st) gave it their all in the 55 meter high hurdle event. Joanne Cao (15’7”; 37th) went into the pit with an indoor personal best in the long jump for LHS. The 4x200 relay squad recorded a time of 1:51.9 for 26th.

 

 

Thu
20
Feb
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Exciting Finish

EXCITING FINISH
EXCITING FINISH

EXCITING FINISH: The Lingston High School varsity boys’ basketball team led Millburn High School for most of the game on Thursday, February 13, and built a 36-24 lead by the end of the third quarter, but Millburn came back at the end of the game getting to within one point, 43-42. Livingston, however, scored once more to win the game, 44-42. Shown above, Livingston’s Evan Goldenstein, #11, shoots under the basket past the Millburn defense. At right, Livingston’s David Gbadamosi, #33, scores with Millburn’s Austin Wolk, #3, and Benjy Goldberg, #10, defending during third quarter action.

Jerry Siskind Photos

 

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