Neighbors of Saint Barnabas Community Field Talk Flooding with Project Engineer

February 17, 2018

LIVINGSTON, NJ – After receiving complaints from residents that the Saint Barnabas Medical Center (SBMC) Community Field is causing major flooding and icing in the area, the Livingston Township Council hosted a meeting on Thursday to address this issue.

The project’s civil engineer, Kevin Haney, president & chief operational officer (COO) of Maser Consulting, was on hand to ...

Livingston Bowling Wraps Up 2018 Season with Trophies in Hand

LIVINGSTON, NJ — As the final week of the regular season approached, the Livingston High School (LHS) bowling team sat in second place, only one point behind revival Seton Hall Prep. In the end, the Lancers came away with a conference title, and landed in second and ninth, respectfully, for the county and state tournaments.

(NOTE: Livingston head coach Griff Hughes explained that in ...

Girls Basketball: Caldwell Spoils Senior Night For Livingston With 57-35 Win

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — The Caldwell girls basketball team broke a two-game losing streak in dominant fashion with a 57-35 victory over Livingston on Tuesday evening.

Livingston’s loss is particularly hard, as it came on Senior Night and drops the squad to 7-14 on the year. 

“I’m happy that these girls came out fired up tonight,” said head coach Mike Moussab.

Ice Hockey: Livingston Headed To McInnis Cup Finals After Semifinal Win

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston ice hockey team proved that the third time is a charm after a 1-0 victory over Montclair on Monday sent the Lancers onto the McInnis Cup Finals.

Livingston’s victory is even sweeter due to two failed attempts to beat Montclair in matches earlier this season that yielded ties of 0-0 and 1-1.

“They are always tough games against ...

Wrestling: Livingston Takes Lesson From Loss, Prepares For Districts

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston wrestling team struggled on Saturday in the opening match of a quad meet, falling to Kittatinny by a final score of 69-6, but the Lancers hope they can take lessons learned into Districts next week.

“We’re a little shorthanded today,” said Livingston head coach Earnie Cuneo. “We’re a little banged up from our season, so ...

Ice Hockey: Hat Trick Leads Livingston to 6-0 Senior Night Victory

WEST ORANGE, NJ — The Livingston ice hockey team gave its seniors a proper send off on Saturday evening with a 6-0 thrashing of Whippany Park.

“It was nice to come out and they give a solid effort,” said Livingston head coach David Conklin.

The Lancers got a boost early in the first period from senior Eric Frieman, whose wrist shot in the first period was the game’s ...

Livingston Bowling Team Snags Third Consecutive Conference Title

EAST HANOVER, NJ — In addition to earning the Super Essex Conference title for the third consecutive season, the Livingston High School bowling team became the colonial division champions for the sixth time when the Lancers defeated their rival Seton Hall Prep on Thursday.

Sophomore Michael Liu, who rolled a perfect game and 17 strikes in a row earlier in the week, bowled a 279, 257 and ...

Conference Title in Sight for Livingston Bowling Following Sophomore’s Perfect Game

EAST HANOVER, NJ — Despite being sick on Monday, Livingston bowling sophomore Michael Liu threw the first perfect game in Lancers history on Tuesday to lead the varsity bowling team to victory over Millburn at Hanover Lanes.

Liu rolled an impressive 17 consecutive strikes on Tuesday, 12 of which contributed to his perfect game of 300. Last week, he also rolled an 804 series (277, ...

Girls Basketball: Livingston Rallies For 33-24 Victory Over Millburn

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Down by three in the fourth quarter and staring a three-game losing streak in the face, the Livingston girls basketball team dug deep to pull out a victory over Millburn, 33-24, on Saturday.

“We’re not a highly skilled offensive team, but I will say most nights they come out and they really play hard,” said Livingston head coach Buddy Wolfe.

The ...

Boys Basketball: Millburn Defeats Livingston, 54-35

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston High School boys basketball team is looking to become more consistent after a 54-35 loss to Millburn on Saturday continued to show the squad’s Jeckyl and Hyde ways.

“We didn’t keep them contained at all,” said Livingston head coach Brett Bisconti. “The help defense was weak, but we showed fight in the second half, made ...

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