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Gov. Livingston Boys Open Union County Tournament With Home Game Against Roselle Park

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Jake Topor makes sliding save vs Union at Tuesday's 3-1 loss against Union. Credits: Frank Clark
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Mike McKenna First to the ball vs Union. Credits: Frank Clark
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Austin Irving header goal. Credits: Frank Clark
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Austin Irving header goal vs Union. Credits: Frank Clark
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Jimmy O'Brien leaning for a header vs Union. Credits: Frank Clark
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Ryan Clark shielding vs Union. Credits: Frank Clark
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Credits: Frank Clark
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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Gov. Livingston boys soccer, seeded No. 9, will open up the Union County Tournament with a home game Thursday, Oct. 9 against No.16 Roselle Park at 4 p.m.

The Highlander boys’ soccer team enters the tournament at 2-9, coming off a 3-1 loss to Union. Austin Irving scored second half header goal off a corner kick for the lone score for GL. 

The tournament will continue on Saturday for the official “first round” of competition, culminating in the county finals on Halloween weekend at Kean University.

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