Girls’ Soccer: Three-Goal First Half Lifts Livingston Over West Essex


LIVINGSTON, NJ – The Livingston Lancers girls’ soccer team won its eighth consecutive game when it defeated West Essex Knights 4-1 on Tuesday.

Sophomore Tori Belcuore scored three goals for the Lancers, bringing her season total to seven. The hat trick was her first multi-goal game of her career with Livingston and she has scored in each of her last five games.

Senior Allie Beinhacker scored Livingston’s other goal. The Lancers also got assists from senior Sarosha Parsons, who had two, and juniors Caitlyn Sugarman and Abby Kuznick who had one assist apiece.

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West Essex scored its lone goal in the second half when senior Michelle Inga netted her first goal of the season.

The West Essex Knights now fall to a 2-7-1 overall record and have not won since a, 1-0, shutout against Nutley on Sept. 22.

They will try to snap the losing skid on Thursday when the Knights host Nutley in their second meeting this season.

The Livingston Lancers are now 6-1-2 on the season and have not lost since their first game of the season against Glen Ridge on Sept. 11.

Livingston will host Montclair in their next game on Thursday. 

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