The Liberty Bell High School football, volleyball and soccer teams have announced post-season awards in recognition of individual players for outstanding performances at the varsity and junior varsity levels.

 

Football

The varsity football team under coaches Sy Bannick, Brent Walker and Brian Wilbur finished with a winning 4-2 league season and just missed a state playoff berth. League coaches also named 12 Mountain Lions to the All-League First, Second or Honorable Mention teams.

Most Valuable Player: Cesar Dominguez

Offensive Player of Year: Chip Jones

Defensive Player of Year: Cesar Dominguez

Special Teams Player of Year: Jorge Lara

Rookie of Year: Riley Calvert

Offensive Lineman of Year: Kel Jensen

Defensive Lineman of Year: Milo Holston

Coaches Award Defense: Jacob McMillan

Coaches Award Offense: Isaac Cordes

 

Volleyball

Coach Tim Boonstra, with help from JV coaches Amber Reggiatore and Ashley Pennock, led the volleyball team to an undefeated home season and an overall 11-5 record. All-League honors also recognized Sarina Williams, Taylor Curtiss, Whitney Fox and Ashley Watson.

Varsity MVP: Sarina Williams

Varsity Defensive MVP: Baylee Canedo

Rookie of the Year: Erin Schuh

Most Improved: Katlynn Umberger

Coach’s Award: Ashley Watson and Taylor Curtiss

JV MVP: Torie Weber

JV Defensive MVP: Kuirstin Pilkinton

 

Soccer

The varsity soccer girls under the guidance of coaches Mike Wilson, Erik Olson and Lucas Budrow enjoyed their best ever finish at state – third place – since the soccer program was founded at LBHS in 2000. Seven Lady Lions – Haley Post, Lauren Fitzmaurice, Mia Kennedy, Corrine Dietz, Danielle Mott, Hannah Hafsos and Kathleen Chavey-Reynaud – were subsequently voted to the All-League teams.

MVP: Haley Post

Founder’s Cup (Senior Award): Kathleen Chavey-Reynaud

Golden Boot (most goals – 17): Mia Kennedy

Silver Boot (most assists): Danielle Mott

Most Inspirational: Cassidy Butler

Most Improved: Stella Gunnip-Hunter