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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...

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: 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...

Girls golf strengthens relationships

Mary Russell, Editor-in-chief

April 8, 2019

“If I didn’t play with Kenzie, I would feel out of place. She knows what I need and I know what she needs,” senior Vy Nguyen said. Many people consider golf an individual sport, but as remarked by Nguyen, the teammates are crucial to the game. Matches are also much more united than one would think. Golf,...

Boys Golf advances to Districts

Margaret Baumgartner, Sports Editor

November 30, 2018

With only two freshmen, four sophomores, and eight juniors on the team this year, Liberty boys golf team is fighting its way to districts. “We are a pretty young team this year, so we have struggled a bit,” coach John Kinsley said. Despite having such a young group, the team will progress onto...

Boys gold sends six to distracts next spring

Jake Hopkins, Co-Assistant Sports Editor

November 30, 2017

This season Liberty boys golf will be sending six athletes to the district tournament next spring. This comes in spite of losing four important seniors this year. The team has continued to do well finishing fifth in the district. “We lost a lot of key seniors from last year, and so we needed kids...

Boys tennis and boys golf swing into State after five month gap

Alex Hartford

June 2, 2017

Sports schedules are usually pretty obvious. Preseason matches come first, followed by the regular season, and capped off with the championship right at the end. For boy’s golf and tennis, however, While other teams go off to their state matches in the fall, these two sports go back to the drawing...

Boys gold wins KingCo championship with potential for postseason

Brigette Larkin, Staff Writer

November 4, 2016

With a 6-2 record in league matches and a KingCo win under their belt, the boys golf team carries a lot of potential for post-season. The team took first in the KingCo championship tournament with a score of 379. In addition to the team win, junior Chase McIntosh won the individual league championship...

Girls golf shatters expectations; places third at state

Will Wick, Managing Editor

June 7, 2016

Liberty girls’ golf placed third at state and sent all four of its qualifiers to the finals, surpassing even its most hopeful predictions. “Going into the tournament, all of our goals were about getting people to finals. Once every one of us made it, it was like, ‘We made our goal; this is all...

Boys golf makes Liberty history by winning championship

Will Wick, Managing Editor

June 7, 2016

Coming off of an unsatisfying second-place finish last year, Liberty boys’ golf captured their first-ever state title at the recent championship in Richland. “The team’s euphoric. Not very many kids get to say that they’re state champions, so this is something that they’ll remember for the...

Girls golf weathers the storm against tough competition

Chris Hasenheyer, Senior Writer

May 12, 2016

Girls golf currently sits with a 2-3 record, having played some of the tougher teams on their schedule, Bellevue and Mercer Island, early in their season. The girls will see some weaker competition in the upcoming weeks, including 2A rival Sammamish. “I think we will be .500, we have an advantage...

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