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Liberty Bell boys fall to Soap Lake, Manson

Liberty Bell boys fall to Soap Lake, Manson

The Liberty Bell High School boys’ basketball team encountered a tough Manson squad that is positioning itself for post-season seeding last Thursday (Jan. 26), and the Trojans improved their odds with a 50-20 win over the Mountain Lions on Liberty Bell’s home court. Earlier in …
Liberty Bell closes the gap, but can’t catch Waterville-Mansfield

Liberty Bell closes the gap, but can’t catch Waterville-Mansfield

The Liberty Bell High School boys’ basketball team played even-up with Waterville-Mansfield for half of Friday’s (Jan. 13) home game, but the Shockers prevailed in the other two quarters for a 56-40 win. “The guys are still working hard as they have all year,” Liberty Bell coach Kyle Acord said. “It was …
Liberty Bell boys have tough week against league contenders Manson, Tonasket

Liberty Bell boys have tough week against league contenders Manson, Tonasket

By Don Nelson The Liberty Bell High School boys’ basketball team was on the losing end of three games last week — two of them against teams near the top of the Central Washington 2B league — and heads into the second half of league play looking for its first win of the season. That could come with a...
Mountain Lions drop two games at holiday tourney

Mountain Lions drop two games at holiday tourney

The Liberty Bell High School varsity boys’ basketball team journeyed to Leavenworth’s Cascade Holiday Tourney in search of its first victory, but ran into a couple of tough opponents at last week’s Christmas break event. The Mountain Lions lost to the home team, Cascade, 66 – 28, on the …
Mountain Lions lose to Omak at home, head to Cascade Holiday Tourney

Mountain Lions lose to Omak at home, head to Cascade Holiday Tourney

The Caribou Trail League’s Omak Pioneers, a division 1A team, used its quickness and height to beat the Liberty Bell High School boys’ basketball squad, 74-28, on the Mountain Lions’ home court last Tuesday (Dec. 20). Omak had already beaten two pretty good Central Washington 2B teams, Tonasket and Manson, earlier in the season.
Mountain Lions keep it close against Soap Lake, fall to Oroville

Mountain Lions keep it close against Soap Lake, fall to Oroville

The Liberty Bell High School boys’ basketball team employed a stingy defense that made Soap Lake work hard for most of its points, but the Eagles kept just enough distance to register a 45-34 win on the Mountain Lions’ home court on Friday (Dec. 16). Coupled with a 60-23 loss to Oroville earlier …
Boys will counter inexperience with more-aggressive defense

Boys will counter inexperience with more-aggressive defense

The Liberty Bell High School boys’ varsity basketball team will have a decidedly new look this year, and along with that comes some uncertainty. The Mountain Lions lost an average of 34 points a game with…
LBHS needs coaches for winter sports

LBHS needs coaches for winter sports

Liberty Bell High School is seeking coaches to fill three positions for the upcoming winter sports season: • head wrestling coach. • assistant girls’ basketball. • assistant boys’ basketball. If interested, apply by Nov. 7 at the Methow Valley School District office. Call 996-2215.
LBHS boys’, girls’ basketball team awards announced

LBHS boys’, girls’ basketball team awards announced

Team awards for the Liberty Bell High School boys’ and girls’ basketball programs were announced at team banquets during the past week. All-League teams were also announced, with a total of five Mountain Lions earning All-League honors. Seniors Connor Cooley and Micah Klemmeck were named to the …
Mountain Lions’ season ends with two tough losses in district play

Mountain Lions’ season ends with two tough losses in district play

Two of its best games of the season were not quite enough to extend the Liberty Bell High School varsity boys’ basketball team’s post-season play. In the first round of district playoffs on Feb. 10, the Mountain Lions dug themselves out of a deep hole against Warden, the No. 1 seed from the Central Washington 2B...