Livingston Football Earns 29-28 Homecoming Victory Over Morristown in Final Quarter

October 22, 2016

LIVINGSTON, NJ — In a tight match against Morristown High School on Friday, Lancers Football came away with a 29-28 homecoming victory.

Despite the foggy weather, fans young and old attended the homecoming game decked in white for the annual Lancers “White Out.”

In the end, Livingston head coach Robert Breschard said this was another hard-fought game for the ...

Livingston Boys Soccer Shuts Out Caldwell, 3-0, Despite Underwhelming Offensive Play

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Tommy Falus squared up the free kick. The ball was just 10 yards from the top of the box, easily in the senior forward’s range. Falus fired at the net, only to be stonewalled by the James Caldwell goalie.

Zach Schwartz saw his chance as the ball bounced in front of the net and sprinted for it. Schwartz punched the ball through for the opening goal of the game just ...

Neighboring Residents and Local Sports Council React to 70-Foot Lighting at New Madonna Field

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Bob Zoller, technical consultant for Musco Sports Lighting, attended an open forum about Livingston’s Madonna Field project on Monday to allay residents’ concerns about excessive lighting so close to their houses at Bennington Road, Winchester Road and other residential streets.

Zoller has spent more than 17 years working with more than 3,000 facilities ...

Livingston Girls Volleyball Aims for SEC American Division Title Following 'Senior Night' Victory over Bloomfield

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Entering the final part of the season with a 14-4 record, running neck and neck with Verona for the SEC American Division title, the 2016 Livingston girls volleyball team secured an important victory over the Bloomfield Bengals, 2-0, on Oct. 18—bringing the Lancers' record to 15-4.

During the match, the team also celebrated and honored its eight seniors, ...

Residents Sign Petition to Make New Madonna Sports Complex More "Neighbor Friendly"

LIVINGSTON, NJ — More than 100 Livingston residents have expressed concern about the scale of the new Madonna Sports Complex that is currently under construction by signing a petition to downsize the project.

In preparation of a community meeting to be hosted by the Livingston Township Council on Monday, Oct. 17 regarding the construction of the synthetic field, Brian Spector, a resident ...

Livingston Boys Soccer Has Slow Start; Falls to Millburn, 1-0

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Tommy Falus, finally finding an opportunity to make a run, sprinted down the right side as several Millburn defenders chased him from behind. Right before he reached the end line, Falus dumped the ball off Daniel Cho.

Millburn quickly swarmed Cho, forcing him to take a bad shot into the waiting hands of the Millburn keeper. The shot came with six minutes left in the ...

Livingston Girls Soccer Secures 5-1 Senior Night Victory Over West Essex

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The No. 1 seed in the upcoming Essex County Tournament, Livingston High School girls’ varsity soccer secured a 5-1 victory over West Essex High School during the Lancers’ “Senior Night” on Monday.

Scoring more goals on Monday than in any previous games this season, the Lancers played a strong game both offensively and defensively, letting up only ...

Livingston Football Secures 13-12 Victory Over Columbia in Final Minutes

LIVINGSTON, NJ — After giving up a touchdown that could have caused a fourth loss for the Livingston varsity football team, the Lancers blocked a two-point conversion in the final minutes of the game against Columbia High School and came away with a 13-12 victory on Friday.

Livingston’s Nick Cotugno scored in the first quarter with a failed kick, but it wasn’t until a ...

Livingston Girls Soccer Holds on Against Nutley with 1-0 Home Turf Victory

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Ashley Reuter streaked up the sideline, finally sensing an opportunity to strike. Quickly sprinting by two Raider defenders, Reuter reached the ball and fired a cross into the box.

The ball streamed past three more Nutley defenders into the waiting foot of Kayla Parsons. The freshman gathered and buried home the first goal of the game for the ...

Livingston Lancers Fall to Randolph, 14-6, in Lancers Football "Black Out"

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Despite the rain, Livingston Lancers Football fans came out decked in black Friday night in support of the varsity football team, which fell to Randolph, 14-6, during the annual Livingston High School "black out" home game.

"The kids played extremely hard tonight," said Livingston head coach Robert Breschard. "It was the typed of game that ...

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Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza to Host Livingston Volleyball Association Fundraiser All Day Monday

October 17, 2016

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Help raise money for the Livingston Volleyball Association by dining in or taking out from Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza all day Monday, Oct. 17.

Show the attached flyer on your phone and the association will receive 20 percent. 

Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe : A Quarterback Tale of Woe

Last Wednesday, the New York Jets announced that Geno Smith would be the starting quarterback against the Baltimore Ravens Sunday, October 23rd.

Did you all hear that loud overwhelming gasp ?

Eeeny, meeny, miny, moe, not everything with the quarterback position is status quo.

The quarterback situation at the New York Jets has been a disaster back to Sanchez, Vick, way back, the this, the ...