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Boys tennis

Kaitlyn Keyes, Sports Editor

September 29, 2019

For most tennis teams, rain signals the beginning of a dreary afternoon, no practice and the general pallor of dull Seattle weather. But for the Liberty boys tennis team, the rain indicates the advent of something else: chess. “In tennis, you need strategy, so our coach wants us to play chess to practice...

Girls swim and dive

Girls swim and dive

Kaitlyn Keyes, Sports Editor

September 29, 2019

With a grand total of thirty-five new swimmers, the girls swim and dive team is much different from last year, but this increase in swimmers is not necessarily a bad thing. “It’s crazy,” senior co-captain Lauren Klatt said. “It’s nice, though, just to see some new faces after having been with...

Liberty volleyball gets their moment in the spotlight

Kaitlyn Keyes, Photography Editor

September 29, 2019

For many people, being on television is little more than a fantasy, a remnant of every little boy or girl’s dream to one day become famous. But for the Liberty girls volleyball team, this fantasy isn’t just a dream anymore. The team’s game against Hazen aired on NFHS Network at 10:15 p.m. on September...

Girls soccer

Gabrielle Parrish, Sports Editor

September 29, 2019

Following two state championship wins, Liberty’s girls soccer program is full of experienced returners who are determined to continue their winning streak. Unlike previous years, the varsity team has no freshmen. There is also no C-team due to a smaller turnout at tryouts. One thing, however, remains...

Boys golf

Gabrielle Parrish, Sports Editor

September 28, 2019

“We are winning, which is new,” junior captain Parker Nolan said. The Liberty Boys Golf team kicked off their season with two wins and have high hopes for the rest of their season. One goal they have as a team is to become more consistent. “It’s like a rotation,” Nolan said. “The top two...

XC is growing almost as fast as they are running

XC is growing almost as fast as they are running

Gabrielle Parrish, Sports Editor

September 27, 2019

This year, Liberty’s Cross Country team hit a record-breaking 83 members. Senior captain Haley Archer attributes this to the growing appreciation for the sport. “Cross Country is really fun,” Archer said. “It’s an incredible sport, and it’s something that anyone can do no matter how fast...

Football: ALL IN

Football: ALL IN

Margaret Baumgartner, Sports Editor

September 24, 2019

Every year, the senior football players decide on a word or phrase for the team to follow that season. This season, that phrase is All In. “Being All In is being willing to sacrifice for one common goal: to win the state championship,” senior captain Briar Cameron-Stachowiak said. “It means you...

Spring Postseason Recap: Girls Tennis

Spring Postseason Recap: Girls Tennis

Gabi Parrish, Sports Editor

June 10, 2019

“It’s been the strongest team top to bottom in a long time. We did well in season play and especially well in postseason play,” senior captain Sarah Stucky said. Liberty girls tennis recently ended their season with an appearance made by senior Luciana Sobrino and freshman Katy Nguyen at State....

Spring Postseason Recap: Girls Golf

Kaitlyn Keyes, Photography Editor

June 10, 2019

Keep it going: Players from the Liberty girls golf team pose after a successful match in the district tournament. This year, four players were able to make it to the State tournament: Vy Nguyen (12), Mckenzie King (12), Ella Buono (11), and Abigail Adams (10). In the state tournament, Nguyen, King and...

Spring Postseason Recap: Boys Golf

Kaitlyn Keyes, Photography Editor

June 10, 2019

Slow and steady: Parker Nolan (10) putts the golf ball in the State tournament in Spokane on May 21. Coming off of three straight State championships and being a very young team for the first time in a while, the Liberty boys golf team was expecting post-season to be an uphill climb. Yet despite these...

Spring Postseason Recap: Track and Field

Spring Postseason Recap: Track and Field

Margaret Baumgartner, Sports Editor

June 10, 2019

Run fast, throw far, jump long. Liberty’s track and field team competed at State on May 23, 24, and 25. “This season pushed me as an athlete to become better and perform better,” sophomore Kara Porter said. “It was hard, but it was a good experience and I’m excited for next year.” Top performers...

Spring Postseason Recap: Boys Tennis

Gabi Parrish, Sports Editor

June 10, 2019

They’ve done it again: Twins Calvin and Colby Vuong had a successful postseason and moved on to play at State for the second time. On May 27th and 28th, the twins represented Liberty in the Washington State tennis tournament at the University of Washington campus. Their doubles team won 3 out of the...

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