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22
Mar
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HMS Volleyball Team Wins Finals

HMS VOLLEYBALL TEAM WINS FINALS: The Heritage Middle School/YMCA girls’ volleyball team won the GMCJSCA Tournament finals versus Mendham Township Middle School on March 15. Coaches Stephanie Fox and Kathryn Picardo, teachers at Livingston High School, led the girls through an undefeated season.

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Thu
22
Mar
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Youth Hockey Champs

YOUTH HOCKEY CHAMPS: The Stars recently won the Sports Universe Street Hockey League (SUSHL) Senior Division with a thrilling 3-2 overtime win against the Panthers. Shown here, team members, include, front, Jake Libson, Zach Libson, and goalie Reece Melamed, all of Livingston; middle row, Jacob Pesso and Ricky Romero of Livingston; Ryan Zangara of Short Hills; and Eli Wheeler and Jordan Meyer of Livingston; at rear are Henry Perline of West Orange; coach Craig Lowenthal, and Jacob Lowenthal of Livingston; and Jacob Perline of West Orange.

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Thu
22
Mar
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Youth Devils Win Hockey Tournament

YOUTH DEVILS WIN HOCKEY TOURNAMENT: The New Jersey Youth Devils Squirt Minor hockey team recently won the 2018 Atlantic City Squirt Shamrock Shootout Tournament, held at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees. After playing four competitive games over the course of two days, including an overtime shoot-out victory, the Youth Devils became Division Champions.

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Thu
15
Mar
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Basketball Champions

BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS: USC recently won the Livingston Recreation Basketball League’s fifth grade boys’ championship on a clutch last-second outside shot by Jared Melamed. Team members include, front, Jordan Bender, Markus Gutch, Jared Melamed, Daniel Bourdett, Max Feldman, and Jackson Levine; and rear, coach Marc Bender, Edward Chen, Reece Melamed, Adon Panjikaran, and coach David Melamed. Also on the team is Nikhil Rochlani. “Special thanks to league commissioners Bill Nisivoccia and David Beckman for running a smooth and fun season for the fifth grade boys,” said coach Bender.

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Thu
15
Mar
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Lacrosse Training

LACROSSE TRAINING: Lancer head boy’s lacrosse coach Brad Dzama reinforces the carrying technique to Garrett Burdette, Kyle Ernst and Kevin Zak. The Lancers open the season at Wayne Hills on Wednesday, March 28. Coach Dzama leads the Lancers for the 12th consecutive season.

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Thu
08
Mar
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LHS Ice Hockey Players Team Up With Shining Stars Floor Hockey Team

The Livingston High School boys ice hockey team joined the Shining Stars special needs floor hockey team on Saturday, February 24 at Monmouth Court Community Center. The event kicked off the Shining Stars’ six-week winter floor hockey program.

Assistant coach Trey Peacock arrived with his team to teach stick skills and interactive games in a “fun” way. During the clinic, each of his team members paired up with a Shining Star player to be a “buddy.”

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Thu
08
Mar
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Livingston Junior Lancer Lacrosse Alumni Flourish at Highest Levels of College Lacrosse

Three alumni of the Livingston Junior Lancer Lacrosse League – Tommy Heller, Stephen Russo, and Brian Tevlin – have taken their game to leading NCAA Division I and Division III Lacrosse programs.

Tommy Heller is a 2018 preseason All-American attackman at Gettysburg University, the sixth best NCAA Division III Lacrosse team in the country. While only 5’6” tall and weighing 150 pounds, Heller is emblematic of the lacrosse saying, “Size doesn’t matter; what matters is your heart, your mind, and your work ethic.”

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Thu
01
Mar
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Little League Opening Day Declared ‘Knock Cancer Out of the Park Day’

Opening day for Livingston Little League will also include the opening of the 2018 “Knock Cancer Out of the Park” fundraising drive.

Initiated by Steven Arsht of Livingston, “Knock Cancer Out of the Park” was established last year for the purpose of increasing pediatric cancer awareness and raising money for pediatric cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC). Arsht created the campaign in honor of Jake Kestler, his son Hayden’s best friend, who defeated one pediatric cancer only to be now facing another.

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Thu
01
Mar
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LHS Advances Two to Wrestling Championships

Livingston High School wrestlers will be headed down the Garden State Parkway on Friday, March 2, to compete in the NJSIAA State Championships in Atlantic City. After a weekend filled with intense competition, seniors Anthony Petrillo and Kenny Newman will represent the Lancers at Boardwalk Hall.

The two co-captains had slightly different routes to the big show. Newman, a 182 pounder who finished second in the District 12 Tournament a week ago, had to wrestle on Wednesday night, February 21, to keep his season alive. He answered the call by defeating Hanover Park’s Sabastian Bassolino, 15-4.

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Thu
22
Feb
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Three Wrestlers Named District Champions, Cuneo Named District 12 Coach of the Year

The Livingston Lancer wrestling team sent four wrestlers to the District 12 Finals this past Saturday, February 17, with three becoming district champions.

Michael Petrillo (113 pounds), Anthony Petrillo (126), and Ryan Valese (195) all took home district titles. For Anthony Petrillo, this was his second consecutive district win.

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