Spring sports recap

Allyson Phung and Nicole Treece

After a successful spring season, Liberty athletes participate in post-season events with many moving on to compete in districts and for state. Their nearly eight weeks of hard work have paid off as four out of the six spring sports have moved onto post-season games.

Growth, teamwork, and unity are three words that can be used to describe Liberty’s 2022 Spring Sports. This season has been very successful for each sport, and many athletes have participated in postseason events with multiple athletes advancing to state and districts. As the season has concluded, each sport has finalized its rank in Kingco with many outstanding players.


— Finished 14-9 overall

— Finished 3rd overall in KingCo

— Hana Koob (11) and Elise McMillan (11) received 1st team All KingCo honors

— Coach Lindsey Barnes was awarded Coach of the Year

Boys Soccer:

— Finished 9-5 overall

— Competed in KingCo tournament

— Defensive MVP Ethan Wellerstein (12)

— Kellen Kobata (10) and Ethan Jackson (11) were awarded for 1st team in all of KingCo

Girls Tennis:

— Finished 4-8 overall

— Kinsey Lockhart (12), Liberty’s #1 singles player, made it to 2nd round quarterfinals in KingCo 

— Lily Richardson (11) and Kaia Le (11) also made it to 2nd round quarterfinals in KingCo

Girls Golf:

— Sonya Hristov, Kylie McGrath (9), Audrey Park (9), Addison Tran (10), and Leah Wong (12) are currently at the state golf tourney in Spokane

— Audrey Park finished 3rd overall at districts last week, shot a 72 (on par)


  • 12-11 overall

— Finished 3rd overall in KingCo

— Elias Oster (11) and Terry Hayes (11) received 1st team all KingCo honors

— Brody Pesch (12)l received 2nd team All-KingCo honors

Track & Field:

—  The following athletes competed at districts: Ethan Weisbrod (11), Franklin Lincoln (12), Anna Grabowski (12), Paige Bajsarowicz (11), Nate Moffitt , Ethan Weisbrod (11), Ben Archer (11), Juan Pablo Sanchez (11), Jacob Clay (11), Mark Stevenson (12), and Jackson Moffitt (10).

– Anna Grabowski (12) placed first in the 1600 m

– Paige Bajsarowicz (11) broke the school’s long jump record with a jump of 17’11.5’’