The Patriot Press

Curtain Call

Curtain Call

Brittany Toombs, Staff Writer

December 8, 2014

On opening night of You Can’t Take It with You, Liberty High School’s fall play, the Patriot Players prepare for putting on the comedy for an audience for the first time. Opening night, which was on Friday, November 14, brought a medium-sized audience of 100 spectators. The actors prepared for the ...

DECA takes control

DECA takes control

Amanda Roberts, Feature Editor

December 8, 2014

As the 2014-2015 school year began, Liberty High School DECA took over the control of Liberty’s spirit shack & has it open every lunch since. The students in DECA have been creating new T-shirt designs and offering new products such as sunglasses and beanies.  “It is another thing DECA is responsible...

Making up the fun as they go

Making up the fun as they go

Allie Bowe, Staff Writer

December 8, 2014

They are working on their improvising skills by playing games and putting each other on the spot with challenges. They meet every week on Tuesday in the black box theater. “It’s a really fun experience and I love being able to be with my friends while working on my acting skills,” Naomi Haxton...

Briggs races past state records

Briggs races past state records

Grant Rayfield, Online Editor

November 24, 2014

Mackenna Briggs (12) won the state athlete of the week award from the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) last week, receiving the award for her performance in the state 2A swimming competition, in which she was a double champion.  She set a new 2A state meet record in the 100 butterfly...

Pink out party

Pink out party

Taylor Jackson, Sports Editor

November 3, 2014

Fans, players, and cheerleaders watch and cheer at the opening kickoff for the Patriots in Pink football game against Mercer Island.  Patriots in Pink has been a tradition at Liberty for years now in support of Breast Cancer awareness, and the Patriots are always eager to don their pink.

Finishing strong

Finishing strong

Anna Malesis, Managing Editor

November 3, 2014

Senior and Team Captain Sarah Bliesner takes the lead in the Women’s 2A Varsity race at SPSL Sub District Championships on Saturday, October 25, placing first. Both the men’s and women’s teams took the title of SPSL Sub District 2A Champions and will move on to the Westside Classic on Saturday,...

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

Ian Page, Senior Writer

November 3, 2014

On October 10th the Liberty varsity football team took on the Sammamish Totems. The fans turned out in full force to cheer on the team. Despite the overwhelming fan support and playing a great game the team narrowly lost with a final score of 35-34.

Calling with care

Calling with care

Lorrin Johnson, Feature Editor

November 3, 2014

Junior Vincy Fok took on the task of calling families all throughout the district in order to raise money for the Issaquah School District Foundation’s “All in for Kids Campaign” on Tuesday, October 28th. The event marked the last night of the two-day Call-A-thon, and $16,000 dollars we raised ...

Senior pride outshines all

Senior pride outshines all

Sam Kelderman, Staff Writer

November 3, 2014

The senior class cheers to show their school spirit in the victory cry class competitions at the homecoming prep assembly on October 10. After four years of intense competition with the other classes, the class of 2015 expresses one of the last class cheers they will have in their High School years....

Homecoming hallway hype

Homecoming hallway hype

Lucas Maier, Staff Writer

November 3, 2014

The sophomores display their homecoming spirit with a “Clue” board game style murder scene. Homecoming week brought out the spirited side of students, with many coming out to decorate their segment of the halls.

Hudl up

Hudl up

Nate Jarvis, Sports Editor

November 3, 2014

The varsity football team sacrifices their lunch break to study Mt. Si film from their last Fridays game on Hudle. Each day at lunch coach Valach holds film in his room at first lunch while at second lunches coach Hall has it in his room. “Watching film is just like cheating,” Former player and freshman...

Staying in step

Staying in step

Connor Cherry, Backpage Editor

November 3, 2014

The Liberty Marching band warms up for the annual Salmon Days Parade. Salmon Days has been an annual marching band tradition for the past several years and Mr. Tanner has decided to continue it. They rehearsed regularly on Wednesdays mornings to prepare for this performance. The band played Michael Jackson’s...

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