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Lady Lions aim to be Dragon slayers at state soccer tourney

Lady Lions aim to be Dragon slayers at state soccer tourney

For the third consecutive year, St. George’s stands in the way of the Liberty Bell High School girls’ soccer team’s path to a state 1B/2B title. The Lady Lions earned a trip to the final four championships in Sumner this weekend with a solid 2-0 win over Onalaska last Friday (Nov. 9) on Liberty Bell’s home...
Five Lady Lions named to All League first team; Sally Thornton-White is MVP

Five Lady Lions named to All League first team; Sally Thornton-White is MVP

Five members of the Liberty Bell High School girls’ soccer team have been named to the first team in All League awards announced this week — including senior midfielder Sally Thornton-White, who was also named the league’s Most Valuable Player. Accorded first-team honors in addition to Thornton-White were junior goalkeeper Tommie Ochoa, junior defender Ali...
Thrice as nice

Thrice as nice

It’s been said of some sports dynasties that they don’t rebuild, they reload. The Liberty Bell High School girls’ cross country team came into the state 1B/2B championships last weekend with a different group of runners touring a different …
Liberty Bell cross country teams headed back to state meet

Liberty Bell cross country teams headed back to state meet

The Liberty Bell High School girls’ cross-country team made it four District 5/6 titles in a row at Moses Lake last week on the way to defending their state 1B/2B title. The boys’ team, which had won the District 5/6 championship for six straight years, placed third at the Moses Lake meet on Wednesday (Oct. 24),...
Lady Lions begin post-season soccer play with eye on state finals

Lady Lions begin post-season soccer play with eye on state finals

The Liberty Bell High School girls’ soccer team — which finished first in the 2B CWB league’s regular season — began post-season play on Tuesday (Oct. 30) when the Lady Lions hosted Bridgeport in the District 6 championship tournament.
Volleyball season ends with win; Lady lions just miss playoffs

Volleyball season ends with win; Lady lions just miss playoffs

The Liberty Bell High School volleyball team’s dramatic turnaround this year was almost enough to get them into post-season play. The Lady Lions finished the season with an overall record of 9-6 and a record of 4-4 in league play — good enough for fifth place. But only four teams from the CW 2B league move on in...
Manson keeps pressure on for 50-14 win over Mountain Lions

Manson keeps pressure on for 50-14 win over Mountain Lions

Manson started fast and kept its quick-strike offense rolling for a 50-14 victory over Liberty Bell High School in the Mountain Lions’ final football game of the season last Friday (Oct. 26). The loss on their home field left Liberty Bell with a 1-8 record for the season, 0-6 in league play. Though the score was...
Sno-Park permits now available through Washington State Parks program

Sno-Park permits now available through Washington State Parks program

The Washington State Parks Winter Recreation Program’s Sno-Park permits will be available for purchase online and through various vendors statewide beginning at midnight on Thursday (Nov. 1). Sno-Park permits allow visitors to park in specially cleared, designated parking lots with access to areas around the state for cross-country skiing, skijoring, snowmobiling, dog sledding, snowshoeing, tubing...
MVRU riders take part in schooling event at Spokane

MVRU riders take part in schooling event at Spokane

Seven riders, four horses and two coaches from the Methow Valley Riding Unlimited (MVRU) Equestrian Team recently participated in a schooling event in Spokane at Spokane Sport Horse Farm. Macey Crum, 13, of Winthrop rode Sparks, 19, a Welsh/Welsh Cob cross mare owned by MVRU. She took second place in Green Division, dressage and jumping....
Lady Lions keep it close but lose in volleyball

Lady Lions keep it close but lose in volleyball

The Liberty Bell High School volleyball team pushed Omak to the limit in a home match on Monday (Oct. 22) before losing 3-0. The Lady Lions got off to an uneven start against the 1A Pioneers, dropping the first game 25-14. In the second game, Liberty Bell seemed headed for a similar outcome, falling behind early. They...