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The Patriot Press

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The Patriot Press

Forum for student expression since 1977

The Patriot Press










On May 20, varsity girls softball pulled out a 3-2 victory against
Holy Names Academy to advance in the district tournament.
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Allyson Phung, Sports Editor

Track & Field  - Talmage Noel (12):  Q: What is your unpopular opinion? A: Personally, I think Chick-fil-A is overrated.  Q: What...

Liberty lacrosse has got it handled
Emma Decasa, Editorial Board Member
They’ve slid past Liberty’s radar for years, but the Liberty Lacrosse Club is making a name for itself this season.
Varsity boys soccer reigns victorious
Paige Bajsarowicz, Sports Editor
Since their first game, Liberty boys’ varsity soccer has found themselves at the top of KingCo 3A, and as the spring season quickly comes to an end, it’s very likely they’ll find themselves fighting for the championship.
Lily Pahl: rowing her way to victory
Katarzyna Nguyen, Staff Writer
While most teens dabble in sports commonly offered through their school, sophomore Lily Pahl finds that rowing is more her speed.
Spring sports forecast
Paige Bajsarowicz, Sports Editor
After an eventful winter, the clouds are clearing, and Liberty’s athletes are preparing to dominate the new season.
Matthew Brady’s unexpected dive into the state championship
Samantha Klein, Staff Writer
What started as a dare from his swim captain, ended with freshman diver Matthew Brady wildcarding his way into the state championship. 
Teachers or professional athletes?
Samantha Klein, Staff Writer
Although well under 1% of the world’s population are professional athletes, many kids grow up dreaming of playing their favorite sport for a living.
Practice takes perfect: building a team with girls golf
Serena Sherwood, Editorial Board Member
Solo sports are not known for, well, playing into the team aspect.
To cram or not to cram: The reality of Cram the Stands
Paige Bajsarowicz, Sports Editor
Chants thunder overhead. The crowd leans forward in anticipation. All at once, earsplitting screams tear through the stands. Victory for Liberty!
Introducing freshman girlboss wrestler and rugby player: Kiona Hill
Mishaal Khan, Staff Writer
When you think of wrestling, the first thing that often comes to mind is sweaty teenage boys in strange suits trying to strangle each other.