⚽It's the Class of 2024 Senior Night for Boys Soccer! Our athletes will be celebrated during halftime tonight at 7:15 PM, the game starts at 6:30. We hope you can join us! Congrats Owen, George, Keegan, Connor, Austin, Ryan, Charlie, Christian, James, Jack, and Gavin.
Congratulations to our senior soccer players and their families!
✏️Registration for modified girls basketball and modified wrestling is open https://livonia-ar.rschooltoday.com/. The season starts on Oct 23rd. ❄️All other winter sports will be open for registration on Oct 16 with a Nov 13 start.
It was an emotional Friday evening at the 2023 Athletic Booster Club Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Time was spent reminiscing about HS athletic careers, highlighting achievements, and sharing testimonies of the impactful lives our inductees have led or are still leading. Congratulations to the family of Kenneth and Lynn Richardson, Bob Davis, Sharon West, Sandy West Williams, Caitlin MacPherson, Jordan Chirico, and Ray Maxwell.
Weekend Wrap-up 🏈 The Varsity football team hosted East Rochester-Gananda this past Saturday for Livonia's Homecoming weekend. The Bulldogs looked to get back in the win column on a beautiful day at Saunders Field, in front of a spirited student body and Livonia's band. The boys fought hard in front of the home crowd but ultimately fell short 38-7 against a talented East Rochester team. Livonia's defense played hard in the first half but gave up a Touchdown in each of the 1st 2 quarters and went into halftime trailing 16-0. East Rochester received the 2nd half kickoff to open the 3rd quarter and struck quickly and on the 2nd play from scrimmage, found the end zone to take a a 24 - 0 lead. ER would score again in the 3rd quarter and once more in the 4th quarter before the Bulldogs put up a score. A 15-yard run by Sr. Owen Wetterings and the point after kick by Levi Woolston late in the 4th quarter would make it 38 - 7, which would be the final score. The Bulldogs were led on offense by Owen Wetterings who ran for 76 tough yards and by Kyle Wetterings who would add 55 yards on the ground. The Bulldog defense was led by Owen Wetterings who had 11 tackles, AJ Peri who had 7 tackles while Jared Bishop chipped in with 5 tackles and 1 sack. The Bulldogs travel to Attica on Friday night for a 7pm start. 🏃The Varsity Cross Country team had a great weekend at the McQuaid Invitational. Alaina Turek led the girls team with a personal best, followed by Nica Bailey and Sarah Costik. In the Varsity Boys race Matt Mulvaney led the way with a personal best time, placing 83rd out of almost 500 runners. He was followed by Silas Meadows, Aiden Brown, Ryan Bosch, and Hunter Otis. Photos courtesy Autumn Brown and Nadine Bailey ⚽The Boys Varsity Soccer Team hosted a tough Wayland-Cohocton team for Homecoming on Friday night. With a 1-0 halftime lead, the Bulldogs poured it on in the second half and ran out 5-0 winners. Connor Feehan, Austin Francis, Brady O’Keefe, Colin Ullock, and Christian Roller were the 5 different scorers. James Spezzano (2) and Nick Coyle provided assists. Gavin Woolston and Kaidan O’Connor combined for the shutout. “Man of the Match” was Keegan Dennis. The Boys host Dansville on Tuesday at 6:40 for Senior Night. ⚽The JV boys soccer team survived a tough matchup against Way-Co 3-2. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Gavyn Phillips (2) and Grant Francis (PK). Assists were made by Grant Francis and Lincoln Richardson. The Bulldogs improve to 11-0 with a league matchup against Dansville and non-league Aquinas this week. Photos courtesy Autumn Brown 🏃The modified cross-country team had great results at the McQuaid Invitational on Saturday. The girls team placed twelve out of 69 teams in the small girls modified race. The Bulldogs were led by Natalie Genther 25th (medal) place finish followed by Madelyn Mulvaney 87th (ribbon), Lorelei McGrath (114th), Anya Finnochario (160th), and Annabelle Reynolds (162nd). The race had 247 finishers. Awesome job, ladies! The boys team finished 20th out of 72 teams. Nathan Palotti led the team with a 29th (medal) place finish followed by Menzo Peck (152nd), Finn Cole (175th), Tytus Jarzyna (183rd), Aiden Schibley (299th), Grayson Meyer (309th), Cireno Meadows (310th) and Max Matthanhasak (lost chip). The race had 355 finishers. Great job to all! Photos courtesy Nadine Bailey
⚽It's the Class of 2024 Senior Night for Girls Soccer! Our athletes will be celebrated before their game tonight at 6:15 PM, the game starts at 6:30. We hope you can join us! Congrats Avery, Erin, Madison, Kendel, Mary, Makayla, Cat, Genny, and Blair. Photo courtesy Thinking of You.
Reminder: The 2023 Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is tonight, September 29th, at 7:00 PM in the Middle/High School Franklin Auditorium. Congratulations to our 2023 Inductees Kenneth Richardson - LCS Class of 1951 Lynn Richardson - 1959 LCS Graduate Bob Davis - 1968 LCS Graduate Sharon West - 1977 LCS Graduate Sandy West Williams - 1980 LCS Graduate Caitlin MacPherson - 2002 LCS Graduate Jordan Chirico - 2002 LCS Graduate Ray Maxwell - Coach
Thursday Night Wrap-up 🏊🏻♀️The Girls Swimming and Diving beat Bath on Thursday, 95-79. The team compiled 37 best times and scores. Lanechain swimmer of the meet was Gracie E who had her best times in the 50 free and 100 backstroke. We also celebrate our seniors: Megan C, Grace D, Gracie E, Audrey d, Emma O, Julie R, and Lucy S. ⚽The girls came back at Dansville from their 2-0 loss and tied 1-1 in double overtime Thursday night. Avery Bernard had another spectacular goal off a direct kick. Defender Kiera Wilson and midfielder Sophie Otis both played their hardest. 🏐The lady bulldogs remain undefeated in their league with a 3-set win over Way-Coh tonight. They won 26-24, 25-18, 25-21. Lillie Capecci had 1 ace 11 assists 6 kills 2 digs Morgan Meys had 1 assist 1 dig Caroline Cendoma had 3 aces 1 kill 2 digs Hannah Ingram had 8 kills 2 digs 1 block Julie Renner had 5 aces 7 assists Ava Simmons had 2 aces 1 assist 5 kills 5 digs 1 block Aubrie Albany had 1 dig Megan Tumminelli had 2 aces 2 kills 1 dig Eliza Gillespie had 1 ace 2 kills 1 dig Avery Stahl had 2 kills We improved our record to 4-0 in the league and 10-2 overall. Our next league matchup is Monday against the Haverling Rams. In between the JV and Varsity matches our Little Spikers will perform the skills that they had been learning during our skills camp! 🏐Modified Girls Volleyball The girls played a great game tonight at Hornell! It was a back-and-forth game. The girls started out winning the first two sets 25-27 and 25-20. Hornell then came back and won the next two sets. The girls did not let this stop them and they worked hard to come back and win the final two sets of the game 25-16 and 25-17. Stella Molino, Anna Shaffer, and Alexis Sigley all served their way to 5 points each helping bring the team out on top. The girls take on Haverling at home on Tuesday. ⚽Boys modified soccer traveled to Hornell Thursday night and came away with a 5-0 win. The Bulldogs put on a master class in passing and possession. Scoring for the Bulldogs: Owen Nowicki x2 Dawson Rowe x2 Hunter Jones ⚽Girls modified soccer beat Hornell last night 3-0. Goals were scored by Emily Lippert and Emily Whittel (2) with assists from Evie Walters and Emily Whittel. The player of the game was Emily Whittel who not only scored but had an unbelievable save while playing defense to keep Hornell at 0!
Congratulations to our Swimming and Diving Seniors and their families.
🏊🏻It's Senior Night for the Class of 2024 Swimmers and Divers! Our athletes will be celebrated before their meet tonight at 5 PM. We hope you can join us! Congrats Audrey, Emma, Grace, Gracie, Julie, Lucy, and Megan. Photos courtesy Hudson Street Studios.
Wednesday Night Wrap-up ⚽The Boys Varsity Soccer team hosted Wellsville on Wednesday night and cruised to a 7-0 win. Austin Francis opened the scoring 29 seconds into the game, assisted by Charlie Roberts, and added two more first-half goals for the hat trick. Colin Ullock added two goals to reach 20 on the season. Brady O’Keefe and Christian Roller with a banger rounded out the scoring. George Christian had 3 assists and Brady O’Keefe, James Spezzano, and Shea Maxwell had one assist apiece. “Man of the Match” was Charlie Roberts. The boys host Wayland-Cohocton on Friday at 4:30 for Homecoming. Photos courtesy Rhys, Owen, and Caleb Martin 🏐 The lady bulldogs traveled to Rush Henrietta for a non-league match-up. Losing the first two 19-25, 16-25, they came back and won the third set 25-22. Unfortunately, we couldn't pull out the 4th set and lost 10-25. Lillie Capecci had 2 aces 18 assists 3 kills 3 digs 1 block Morgan Meys had 2 digs 1 block Caroline Cendoma had 2 aces 1 assist 7 kills 2 digs Hannah Ingram had 15 kills 5 digs 1 block Julie Renner had 1 ace 5 assists Ava Simmons had 2 assists 5 kills 5 digs Megan Tumminelli had 1 ace 1 assist 3 digs Eliza Gillespie has 1 assist 3 digs Jenna Gorton had 1 dig Avery Stahl had 1 block The girl's record is now 9-2 overall and 3-0 league. We have a league match-up with Way-Coh tomorrow night at 6:30.
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Tuesday Night Wrap-up 🏃The Livonia Varsity Cross Country team had a great race on Senior Night. In the girls race Alaina Turek led the way for the Livonia Team, followed by Nica Bailey and Sarah Costik. All 3 girls ran very fast times on a very tough course. Ryan Bosch led the way for the boys team placing 6th overall in a very fast boys race. He was followed by Matt Mulvaney, Silas Meadows, Aiden Brown, and Hunter Otis. The boys team advances to 8-1 overall after tonight. Photos courtesy Autumn Brown 🏊The Girls Swimming and Diving team are back to winning again, beating Letchworth-Perry, 93-70. The team was able to squeeze out 24 best times over the duration of the meet. Lanechain swimmer of the meet was Laura Wood for qualifying in the backstroke, making it a total of 6 qualified events for Sectionals. Next meet is Thursday 9/28, vs. Bath, where the team will be celebrating their 7 seniors! Photos courtesy Beth Wood ⚽Girls JV soccer pics courtesy Meys Photography 🏃The modified cross-country team had great results last night at our home meet. The girls team placed five runners in the top seven led by Natalie Genthner's first-place finish followed by Madelyn Mulvaney (2nd), Lorelei McGrath (4th), Anya Finnochario (6th), and Annabelle Reynolds (7th). The boys team had outstanding results. Nathan Palotti led the team with a first place finish followed by Tytus Jarzyna (4th), Finn Cole (8th), Derek Mellen (11th), Cireno Meadows (16th), Grayson Meyer (19th), Max Matthanhasak (23rd), and Aiden Schibley (24th). Great job to all! ⚽Girls modified soccer won against Dansville 4-1. Goals were scored by Evie Walters and Bree Losey (3). Assists by Emily Lippert, Emily Whittel (2) and Evie Walters. Player of the game was Sophia Milford who held strong at sweeper the whole game! Photos courtesy Kali Losey ⚽The modified boys soccer team won a close game Tuesday night, 3-2, against Dansville. The boys showed great composure closing out the game! Scoring for the Bulldogs: Caleb Martin ⚽️ Max Roberts ⚽️ Logan Swift ⚽️ The boys are back in action Thursday against Hornell.
Congratulations to our Cross-Country Seniors and their families.
🏃It's our first Senior Night for the Class of 2024! Our Cross-Country Athletes will be celebrated before their meet tonight. Senior Night will start at 4:45 and the race starts at 5. We hope you can join us and celebrate their accomplishments!
Monday night wrap-up ⚽Girls varsity soccer takes another win Monday night against Warsaw. Avery Bernard scored 2 goals off direct kicks outside the 18, Olivia Feehan curved one in off a corner kick and Defender Hayley Kuhn gave a power shot over the goalkeeper's head giving the girls a 4-0 win. Livonia’s defense shut down Warsaw's offense giving them no opportunities to score. Show out Thursday night while the girls take on Dansville! ⚽The Boys Varsity Soccer team hosted the North Rose Wolcott Cougars on Monday night and wasted no time taking charge. Keegan Dennis scored what turned out to be the match-winner on an assist from Ryan Matzek in the 8th minute. Austin Francis and Colin Ullock had two goals apiece. Shea Maxwell, Nick Coyle, and Jack TeBeau added single tallies. James Spezzano had three assists on the night, and Connor Feehan, Brady O’Keefe, Austin Francis, and Nick Stetter had one assist apiece. Kaidan O’Connor and Gavin Woolston combined for the shutout. “Man of the Match” honors were shared by Austin Francis and Shea Maxwell. The boys host Wellsville on Wednesday night at 6:30 and Way-Co on Friday at 4:30 for Homecoming. ⚽The JV Boys Soccer team improved to 10-0 on the season with a 5-0 win over visiting North Rose-Wolcott. Lincoln Richardson paved the way with his second hat trick of the season and added an assist. Evan Strauss added a goal and an assist, Aaron Lubberts added a goal, and Lars Kovach added an assist. Carson Beardsley and the defense recorded their 7th shutout of the season. The Bulldogs host Way-Co on homecoming Friday at 4:30pm. Photos courtesy Faith Gates 🏈JV Football Livonia 74- Cal-Mum/Byron Bergen-12 Once again JV Football had a strong offensive, defensive, and special teams effort to beat Cal Mum BB handily. Jacob Benitez scored once each on the ground and through the air with a 55 yd rushing TD and 40 yd TD reception from Jack Henry. Henry added 3 pass completions for 2pt conversions all to Benetiz and rushed one in on his own and added in a 87-yard Kickoff return for a touchdown also. Alex Crilly added 2 scores, a 50 yd reception from Henry and a 50-yard td run. Seth Eadie paved the way on the ground with 3 TD runs of 49, 20, and 55. Eadie also had a pick 6 from 72 yards for a score, a 38-yard punt return for a TD, and added a 2pt conversion run and 2pt reception to top it off. Trenten Gavlak added a two-point conversion to round out all the scoring. Defensively a host of Bulldogs including Connor Peters, Logan Pressler, Aaron Kime, and Jack Oliver held up a tough day for the opponent. Special teams standouts were Connor Peters, and Jacob Benitez who covered the kicks very well along with the other members of the special teams units.
💗The Livonia Cheerleaders participated in the Positively Pink in Pittsford Breast Cancer Walk on Sunday morning. The girls had a great time supporting local survivors and representing Livonia with pride. Donations raised went to Embrace Your Sisters, which is a local foundation that supports women and families in the Finger Lake area during their time of need after diagnosis with breast cancer.
Weekend Wrap-up ⚽The Boys Varsity Soccer team hosted Hornell on Saturday night. Despite outshooting the Red Raiders 15-2, it took a late wonder goal from Connor Feehan to secure a crucial 1-0 victory. The Bulldog defense was stellar in keeping the high-scoring Red Raiders at bay, and left back Nick Coyle was the “Man of the Match”. The Boys host North Rose Wolcott on Monday night in a non- league contest. 6:30 kickoff. Photos courtesy Meys Photography 🏈The Bulldogs Varsity football team traveled to Lyons on Friday night to take on the Lyons-Sodus Lions under the lights, looking to get back in the win column. The Bulldogs came into the game with some key injuries. In a hard-fought game, Livonia came out on the losing end 42-27. Lyons scored first and the Bulldogs got on the board in the first quarter with a Jared Bishop 10 yard TD run. The point after by Levi Woolston was good to tie the game at 7. Jackson Trubia would score from 3 yards out early in the second quarter to take a 13 - 7 lead but Lyons came back to even the score at 13 and would tack on 2 more scores before the half to take a 27 - 13 lead into halftime. Lyons would score twice more in the second half before Livonia answered with a 6 yard TD run by Owen Wetterings. On the ensuing kick-off, Levi Woolston would boot the ball to the goal line where an alert Owen Wetterings would pounce on the Lyons fumble in the end zone to add another quick score. Woolston's leg also helped the Bulldogs on the previous kickoff as he booted the ball into the end zone for a touchback. For the Bulldogs, Owen Wetterings finished the game with 83 yards on the ground and 2 Touchdowns. Kyle Wetterings contributed with 45 yards while Jared Bishop added 38 yards and a score. The Bulldogs defense was led by Jared Bishop who finished with 8 tackles. Austin Bratcher added 2 tackles and an Interception and Aveion Santiago contributed 5 tackles. The Bulldogs look to rebound next weekend as they face East Rochester-Gananda on Saturday at 1 pm for Homecoming Weekend. ⚽Girls varsity played another long game against Hornell Friday night. The girls fought through double overtime which resulted in a 0-0 tie. Forward Eliza Parker, Hannah Weldy and defender Kia Pribanich put their all into the game. The girls will now take on Warsaw tonight. Photos courtesy Faith Gates 🏐Girls varsity volleyball had a quick match against AA Monroe on Friday winning in 3 sets 25-16, 25-18, 25-11. Lillie Capecci had 15 aces 7 assists 2 digs Morgan Meys had 1 kill Caroline Cendoma he 1 ace 7 kills 3 digs Hannah Ingram had 2 aces 5 digs Julie Renner had 1 ace 3 assists 2 kills 2 digs Ava Simmons had 1 ace 3 kills 1 dig Aubrie Albany 1 assist Eliza Gillespie had 1 ace 1 kill Kylie Tumminelli had 1 dig Avery Stahl 1 kill Livonia Volleyball is now 9-1 with an upcoming game on Wednesday against another AA Rush Henrietta. ⚽The JV Boys soccer team (9-0) continued their hot streak with an 8-0 win over Hornell. Lincoln Richardson (2 headers) and Gavyn Phillips each recorded their first career JV hat tricks. Lars Kovach and Evan Strauss each added a goal. Assists were made by Lars Kovach, Gavyn Phillips, Jimmy Dailey, and Nate Brown. Carson Beardsley, Jimmy Dailey, and Grant Francis combined for their 6th shutout of the year. The Bulldogs are sitting at a 45-3 Goals for/Goals Against ratio. Up next is a home matchup against NRW Monday. Keep it rolling dogs!!! 🏐JV Volleyball had a big week last week! Monday they lost a tough game to Aquinas 2 games to 1. Wednesday they won all 3 games of their match with scores that were 25-12, 25-23 and 26-24 Friday they won their match 2 games to 1 with scores of 20-25, 25-19, 15-10. For all 3 games the team stats are as follows: Lyla Kingston 16 aces, 5 kills, 9 assists, 2 digs, 1 block Emma Weterrings 10 aces, 6 kills, 3 digs Lily Rowe 2 aces, 3 digs, 1 assist Kearstin Skelly 1 kill Kiara Gonzalez 3 aces, 5 kills, 1 dig Rowan Trubia 9 aces, 2 digs Hailey Burke 2 aces, 1 kill, 1 dig, 1 assist Ady Palmeri 1 ace, 2 kills ,5 assists, 1 dig Loralynn Averill 5 aces, 2 kill Audrey DeBolt 4 acers, 1 assist, Courtney Potts 1 dig The team's overall record is 5-5 The team plays again Wednesday in Henrietta.
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Thursday Night Wrap-up ⚽The Boys Varsity Soccer team travelled to Bath on Thursday night and came away with a hard fought 3-1 victory over the Rams. Colin Ullock, Ryan O’Duffy, and Connor Feehan were on target for the Bulldogs. Feehan and James Spezzano recorded assists. “Man of the Match” honors were shared by Ryan Matzek and Max McEnerney. The boys host Hornell on Saturday at 6:30. 🏊🏼♀️The Girls Swimming and Diving took their first loss against a very talented Wellsville team, 112-68. Throughout the meet, the team posted an impressive 44 best times! Lane-chain swimmer of the meet goes to Kiera Mayo for her personal best times in the 50 and 100 free. With 4 wins and 1 loss, the team's next meet is at Perry against a combined Letchworth-Perry team next Tuesday, 9/26. Photos courtesy Beth Wood ⚽ The JV Boys soccer team improved to 8-0 with a win over Haverling Rams 5-0. Lars Kovach netted the first goal, Anson Richardson added two goals, Aaron Lubberts made it 4-0 off a diving header assist from Lincoln Richardson and Grant Francis added the fifth goal off an assist from Gavyn Phillips. Ethan Batzel, Alex Bajan, and Anson Richardson were outstanding at defense which lead Carson Beardsley to his 4th shutout of the season. Saturday the Bulldogs take on rival Hornell at 4:30pm. 🏐 Mod Girls Volleyball played a great game yesterday at Wayland Cohocton! They stuck together and worked hard after losing their first two sets. They came back to win the next three but lost again in the sixth. The game ended in a tie with each team winning three sets. Alexis Sigley and Lily Rossborough helped the team with both having 5 serves in a row. The girls play again at home on Tuesday against Dansville.