The Patriot Press

Turf Turds: rubber demons from hell

Nikayla Copenhaver, Staff Writer

December 15, 2017

Turf, turf turds, rubber, black bits--whatever you call them, you probably see them everywhere.  For us athletes, we know especially how annoying these pesky little things can be, and just how far into our lives they invade. There have been reports of people finding them in their beds, cars, clothes,...

New Liberty lacrosse coach changes team dynamics

Ally Smith, Staff Writer

May 12, 2016

This season the boy’s lacrosse team has been doing the best they have in a while. “There is a whole new atmosphere this year and we’re all working well together and playing to win,” senior Jared Maier said. So far they are 7-3 this season. The team is Division Two but has to compete against...

Slashing? Cross-checking? We give you a survival guide to the ins and outs of lacrosse

Kelley Johnson, Senior Writer

June 2, 2015

Around the world lacrosse is commonly known as the fastest game on two feet. But with its speed often comes confusion, at least for the bystanders that is. As the Liberty Lacrosse program grows in size and strength, more and more people have been attending games, including Liberty athletic trainer Morten...

Lacrosse looks to change previous team culture

Taylor Jackson, Sports Editor

May 15, 2015

While not officially classified as a “school sport,” the mens Liberty lacrosse team is still a large part of the Liberty sports community, and is prepared to prove that this season. The team is looking to capitalize on a larger team this year and surpass last year’s performance, which ended in...

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