Livingston Lancers Claim Division Title with Commanding Win Over St. Peter's Prep

In a critical showdown for the North Jersey Interscholastic Lacrosse League - Bianchi Division title, the Livingston Lancers displayed tactical acumen and composed play to defeat St. Peter's Prep 6-2 right in Jersey City. 

The game began with both teams showing respect for each other's capabilities. Livingston, despite attempting only two shots in the first quarter, managed to keep the score tied at 1-1. John Kearns of St. Peter’s scored the opening goal, but Livingston quickly responded when Noah Anzalone capitalized on an assist from Reid Snow, tying the game shortly after Kearns' strike.

The second quarter saw Livingston begin to assert their dominance, particularly in controlling the game's tempo and possession. The Lancers scored two successive goals by Hudson Siegel and Alex Holland, demonstrating their ability to penetrate St. Peter's defense. Kearns managed to narrow the gap for St. Peter's with a late goal in the half, making it 3-2, but it was clear that Livingston was starting to pull away. Livingston's strategy to slow the game showed in the third quarter as the Lancers attempted five shots, and kept the ball within their control. The Lancers' defense was particularly effective during this period, limiting St. Peter's to a mere handful of shots and no goals with a bunch of takeaways in between. 

Luke Piche went on and added another goal to further extend the lead in the fourth, The Lancer's defense continued to thwart any attempts by St. Peter's to rally back. Livingston added one last goal to seal a comprehensive 6-2 victory.

With the division title now secured, the Lancers look forward to their next challenges in the season, bolstered by a significant win that confirmed their ability to play under pressure and execute a game plan flawlessly. St. Peter's, while disappointed, recognized the strength of the Lancers and will look to rebound in their subsequent matches.