The Patriot Press

The spirit of sports: A collection of Liberty sports traditions
Paige Bajsarowicz, Staff Writer
Whether it’s throwing a heartfelt party for the seniors on your team, or superstitiously wearing a single clothing item repeatedly, traditions are practically part of every athlete’s experience.
Summer Workouts
Olivia Briggs, Sports Editor
With school ending and summer nearing, you may be looking for a way to stay in shape without PE or Liberty sports.
The epic highs and lows of Liberty tennis
Nicole Treece, Staff Writer
As many athletes know, playing a sport isn’t always fun. There are difficult practices and games that can be demoralizing.
Q and A with Girls Basketball Senior Athlete: Lexi Sparrow
Paige Bajsarowicz, Staff Writer

Q: To begin, can you tell me a little about the team? A: Currently, we have head coach Jamie and assistant coach Travis. They’ve done a...

Boys Swim and Dive: Training as a Team
Paige Bajsarowicz, Staff Writer

How, exactly, does one have a virtual swim meet? Is it possible to swim with a mask? Can a team that trains separately feel connected? This year,...

Wrestling their way through Covid
Olivia Briggs, Sports Editor
Two teams, rolling around, sweaty, on one shared mat: how can this possibly be Covid-safe?
Gymnastics head coach rolls out new routines
Kaitlyn Keyes, Editor-in-Chief
While change can be challenging, with Liberty’s newest gymnastics head coach, the gymnastic program is bounding ahead.
After a year, sports are finally back
Olivia Briggs, Sports Editor
Season one sports—including Football, Cross Country, Volleyball, Swim and Dive, and Girl’s Soccer—started their seasons on March 1.
Devynn Warns scores a shot at her dream school
Khanh Dao, Editor-in-chief
It was a dream come true for Warns when she was offered a spot at her first-choice school: Eastern Washington University.
Q&A with Bret Fullington
Khanh Dao, Editor-in-chief
Junior Bret Fullington shares his story of being a varsity football player who was born deaf.

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