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The Patriot Press

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The Patriot Press

Lily Pahl: rowing her way to victory

Katarzyna Nguyen, Editorial Board Member March 25, 2022
While most teens dabble in sports commonly offered through their school, sophomore Lily Pahl finds that rowing is more her speed.
Liberty lacrosse club  starts new season

Liberty lacrosse club starts new season

Gabrielle Parrish, Sports Editor April 7, 2019

Soccer. Basketball. Swim. Liberty offers a wide range of sports for high school athletes, but lacrosse isn’t one of them. Liberty lacrosse uses Liberty’s name. It is made up of primarily Liberty students,...

Liberty rugby club expands student horizons

Liberty rugby club expands student horizons

Kaitlyn Keyes, Photography Editor April 7, 2019

Here at Liberty, the school boasts an abundance of sports, and from gymnastics to golf it seems to have it all. But when viewing the lineup of sports the school provides, there does seem to be some sports...

Feeling inclined to hike? Look no further!

March 1, 2019

- Franklin Falls (2 miles) - Snoqualmie Pass - Mt. Catherine (3) - Snoqualmie Pass - Lake 22 (5.4) - Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest - Denny Creek (6) - Snoqualmie Pass - Snow Lake (7) - Snoqualmie...

Orienteering fever spreads to Liberty

Orienteering fever spreads to Liberty

Tatum Lindquist, Editor in Chief December 23, 2018

“I heard about it, and I was like, hey, going out and getting lost in the woods sounds like fun. I’ve gotten lost in the woods before, and I haven’t been lost for years,” senior Gus Trimble said. The...

Rowing pushes upstream at Liberty

Karinn Sytsma, Editor in Chief December 22, 2018

“On a really nice day, the water is like crystal. When the blades feather across the water, it’s the best sound in the world. I love it,” freshman Lucy Hegenderfer said. Many Patriots, like Hegenderfer,...

Patriot Profile: Taylor Kryzcki turns family tradition of drag racing into a reality

Sam Kelderman, Sports Editor May 9, 2017

The smell of racing fuel on a warm summer night, the thrill of going 100 mph on a short track, and the pride in carrying on a long time family tradition: these moments are what senior Taylor Krzycki experiences...

Liberty students take on challenges of rowing

Lillian Moore, Staff Writer March 27, 2017

Most athletes would never even entertain the idea of playing two back-to-back varsity basketball games without a break. Yet, rowers continuously exert that amount of energy in only eight minutes during...

Patriot Profile: Aiden Holmes is a competitive fencer at a national level

Sam Kelderman, Sports Editor March 23, 2017

“I was about 10 years old, and I wanted to be a sword fighter when I grew up, so my mom put me in fencing.” Freshman Aiden Holmes is fulfilling his childhood dreams by fencing—a competition in which...

Patriot Profile: sophomore Jessie Tappan plays Special Olympics basketball

Siri Christopherson, Staff Writer May 12, 2016

On March 5 and 6, sophomore Jessie Tappan competed with a team in Washington’s basketball Special Olympics. She played with nine other kids between ages eight and fifteen from middle and high schools...

Patriot Profile: Anna Benson rows to confidence

Ally Smith, Staff Writer February 25, 2016

“You’re out there and you are giving it your all and once you hit the finish line knowing you’ve given everything you’ve got it’s the best feeling in the world,” junior Anna Benson said. Although...

Rhythmic gymnast leaves it all on the mat

Sara Flash, Staff Writer June 2, 2015

If you mentioned rhythmic gymnastics to most people on the street, chances are they wouldn’t quite know what to think. Brief visions of ribbons, hoops, and music might flash through their minds, or maybe...

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