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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...

Spring Postseason Recap: Softball

Spring Postseason Recap: Softball

Margaret Baumgartner, Sports Editor

June 10, 2019

Swing and hit: Madeline Parrish (9) stands at bat getting ready to swing at a game against Archbishop Murphy on May 11. The girls lost the game 6 to 10. They ended their season with 6 wins and 14 losses, one of which was during postseason. They had to deal with a coach change midway through their se...

Spring Postseason Recap: Baseball

Gabi Parrish, Sports Editor

June 10, 2019

This year, Liberty’s varsity baseball team won Districts and then moved on to Regionals, where they won their first game. They lost their second game of the tournament in a close game against Fife High School, missing their chance to go to State by one point in the last inning. However, the team finished...

Spring Postseason Recap: Soccer

Kaitlyn Keyes, Photography Editor

June 10, 2019

In the second round of districts, 15 minutes into the game, things were not looking good for the Liberty boys soccer team. After two quick scores by the opposing team, Liberty was down early 2-0 to the Bellingham Red Raiders. Fortunately, through their determination and perseverance, the season was...

Anderson’s trials and tribulations as Athletic Director

Daniel Noble, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

The Athletic Director role carries a great deal of responsibility coordinating sports matches, practices, and facility usage. But when Athletic Director Danielle Zelinski went on maternity leave, this did not intimidate PE teacher Brad Anderson in the slightest. “I got my Masters in Athletic Adminitration,...

SEITO GAOs to collegiate soccer team

May 16, 2019

Seito Gao is a four-year varsity player for Liberty High School boys soccer. His ten years of experience with Pacific Northwest Soccer Club has played an integral role in the successes of both Liberty’s team and his club team. Gao is officially an athletic commit to Northwest University, a NAIA division school in Kirkland.

Team chemistry leads boys soccer to postseason

Brigitte Larkin, Social Media Director

May 16, 2019

For anything, it takes years to form the kind of chemistry that allows people to flow together well. This year, the varsity boys soccer team has found that chemistry. Most of the players have played soccer together for upwards of ten years on both club and school teams. “All the boys know each other....

Despite change in coach, softball perseveres

Despite change in coach, softball perseveres

Nick Vanni, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

Not many coaches get their main entrance onto the field as head coach via an overnight call from the school’s athletic director. But such is the case with Nicole Kellar, the new head coach (former assistant coach) of the girls softball team, who took over after the previous coach was let go. The call...

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