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Reese Tappan’s story of soccer scholarship success

Allyson Phung, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

The ecstatic feeling of receiving a scholarship is every athlete’s dream. Knowing that they can make an impact on a school’s sports program makes the athlete feel right at home. This is how senior...

The game must go on!

Gabrielle Parrish, Editor-in-chief October 9, 2020

  Part of being an athlete is learning how to adapt, how to persevere when the going gets tough, and how to keep looking forward rather than dwelling on the things you can’t change.  Liberty...

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...

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.

Rossi rocks out on the dance floor

Karinn Sytsma, Editor-in-chief April 6, 2019

At three years old, most kids are still working on walking and running. However, for sophomore Raquel Rossi, three was the perfect age to start dance, and dance has been a huge part of her life ever since....

Assistant coaches light up team atmospheres

Brigitte Larkin, Social Director December 15, 2017

For those of us that participate in sports, we all know that coaches can make or break our experience with the sport. Here at Liberty, athletes feel lucky to have assistant coaches that encourage a positive...

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