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Thu
09
Jan
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Fencing Team Hosts St. Peter's:

Fencing Team Hosts St. Peter's

The Livingston High School boys’ varsity fencing team hosted St. Peter’s Prep School of Jersey City in a match held in the Auxiliary Gym on Friday, January 3. The Marauders defeated the Lancers in the Essex-Hudson County match-up. Shown here, Lancer fencer Victor Lopez-Simpson scores against Marauder Jason Rowe. Rowe ended up defeating Simpson, 5-4. Don Schwartz Photo

 

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Thu
09
Jan
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Boys’ Track Competes in Holiday Carnival; Mehari Brings Home Medal in 3200M

The Livingston High School boys’ track and field team ended the winter break with the Coach Glynn Holiday Carnival. The meet, held in Staten Island at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex,featuredeventsforfreshman, novice and varsity athletes in individual running and field events as well as relays. More than 50 teams from New Jersey travelled to the meet.

Many Lancers competed for the first time at this event, while seasoned teammates competed in novice and varsity divisions against tough competition, said coach Nancy Petryna.

 

 

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Thu
09
Jan
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Lady Lancers Compete in SEC Championships

Lady Lancers Compete in SEC Championships

The Livingston High School girls’ winter track team competed in three meets over the winter break: the seasonopeneronDecember20;theSuper Essex Conference Championships on December 23; and the Coach Glynn Holiday Carnival on December 28.

“LHS competed in the tough American division of the SEC against 14 other county squads,” said coach Dave Czeizinger. He also noted that 45 teams compete in the Carnival. Both meets took place at the Ocean Breeze facility in Staten Island.

 

 

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Thu
02
Jan
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Varsity Lancers Defeat Wildcats

Varsity Lancers Defeat Wildcats

VARSITY LANCERS DEFEAT WILDCATS: In recent action, the Lancer girls’ varsity basketball team defeated the Whippany Park Wildcats, 47-30, in the Livingston High School Fitness and Wellness Center. Shown here, Lancer forward Aliza Gelman drives the baseline to score. Don Schwartz Photo

 

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Thu
02
Jan
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Livingston High School Wrestling Team Opens Season with Strong Performances

Livingston High School Wrestling Team Opens Season with Strong Performances
Livingston High School Wrestling Team Opens Season with Strong Performances

The 2019-20 Lancer wrestling season is under way, and the team began where it left off last year. In the opening dual meet of the season, Livingston topped Morristown, 40-28, before competing at the Hopatcong Tournament and the Patriot Invitational.At the latter, Lancer Max Lee was named “Most Outstanding Wrestler” of the tournament.

Defeats Morristown

The shorthanded Lancers, missing a number of starters due to injury, travelled to Morristown for a Friday night meet. After forfeiting the 220 pound weight class, Lancer heavyweight Azel Bishop energized the Livingston faithful by using a half nelson to score a come-from-behind pin in the third period to get his first varsity win. “That was huge for our team,” said head coach Ernie Cuneo. “We’ve got a kid wrestling in his first match ever and he gets us six. We don’t end up with the W tonight without Azel getting us going.”

 

 

Thu
26
Dec
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Pro Hockey Players Make Annual Holiday Visit

Pro Hockey Players Make Annual Holiday Visit

PRO HOCKEY PLAYERS MAKE ANNUAL HOLIDAY VISIT: New Jersey Devils captain Andy Greene, along with teammates Wayne Simmonds and Travis Zajac, brought holiday cheer to Saint Barnabas Medical Center patients and staff during the hockey team’s annual visit on Tuesday, December 17. Shown above, this time, holding didn’t earn them a penalty, as Simmonds, Greene and Zajack cradle “future prospects” in the Family Centered Care Unit at Saint Barnabas Medical Center. Below, Simmonds, Greene and Zajac visited patients throughout the Pediatric Unit and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.

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Thu
19
Dec
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Football Parents Honor Seniors:

FOOTBALL PARENTS HONOR SENIORS

The Livingston Football Parents honored the players at the annual Lancer football banquet, held Sunday, December 15, at the Hanover Manor. Each player was presented by his coach and received a gift. Senior gifts included a framed varsity uniform jersey and a portrait poster. The event was highlighted by the slideshow of action photos compiled by LHS graduate Andrew “Morty” Mordzynski. Head coach Robert Breschard served as master of ceremonies, assisted by the LHS football staff. Football Parents president Suzanne Russo and committee members organized the event, which included a brunch and parent photo session. Shown here, the seniors display their jerseys and portraits. Sitting are Dylan Mandelbaum, #1; Spencer Feldman, #4; Matt Bucich, #5; Anthony Lopa, #15; Anthony Cilienti, #54; Brian Russo, #24; Luke Nardone, #17; Zach Greenberg, #71; Max Korfin, #64; Matt Carras, #34; and Anthony Newman, #72.

Thu
12
Dec
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Athletics Tryouts Begin

ATHLETICS TRYOUTS BEGIN

ATHLETICS TRYOUTS BEGIN: Winter sports tryouts have commenced at Livingston High School. Shown here, head boys Varsity Basketball Coach Dave Cohen outlines the tryout session in the Fitness and Wellness Center. Don Schwartz Photo

 

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Thu
05
Dec
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Boys' Soccer Team Finishes Season

Boys' Soccer Team Finishes Season

BOYS’ SOCCER TEAM FINISHES SEASON: The Livingston High School varsity boys’ soccer team celebrated Senior Night with a game against Ridge High School of Bernards Township. The team, with 19 seniors, won 2-1 with goals from Grant Shevrin and Zach Greenblatt. The team finished the season 9-7-2 in one of the state’s most competitive divisions, which includes four top 20 teams; five of the team’s seven losses were by a single goal. Captain and senior Elijah Elster was awarded first team All Conference; captain and senior Phillip Rodrigues was awarded second team All Conference and All State; and senior Abe Rimatski was given an honorable mention. Shown standing in the rear are: Ben Weiss, Dylan Spector, Lance Lenchner, Harrison Berkley, Zach Berkley, captain Elijah Elster, Alessandro Cocuzza, Stephane Boulineau, Jason Fiske, Abe Rimatski, Jordan Wayne, Jake Goldstein, and Josh Golin.

Thu
05
Dec
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Mehari Earns All-Eastern Region Honors

Mehari Earns All-Eastern Region Honors
Mehari Earns All-Eastern Region Honors

After a breakout season, which included Conference, County, and State Sectional titles, Livingston High School senior Philmon Mehari was still hungry.

Up until the Group 4 State Championship, he had been outrun by only one athlete in a photo finish with both contestants recorded with the same finish time. He had miscalculated his opponent that day in September, early in the season, and after the race he told his coach, “This won’t happen again.”

Mehari was true to his word week after week, gauging the competition, and winning. At the Group 4 meet, he was dealing with a slight respiratory issue heading into the last three quarters of a mile and lost several places. However, he still finished in tenth plce, automatically qualifying for the Meet of Champions.

 

 

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