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Liberty Bell XC teams both frontrunners at Idaho meet

Liberty Bell XC teams both frontrunners at Idaho meet

Sleeping on the ground the night before didn’t seem to faze the Liberty Bell High School cross-country teams at the Coeur d’Alene invitational last weekend in Hayden Lake, Idaho. After camping out Friday night, the boys’ and girls’ teams got up Saturday morning and showed impressive strength and depth in …
LBHS runners step up in early competition

LBHS runners step up in early competition

In its first “official” weekend of scored competition, the Liberty Bell High School cross-country team showed its competitive potential against many much-larger schools at the Ellensburg Invitational on Saturday (Sept. 10). The girls’ varsity team, with just five eligible runners, took third place behind Zillah and Ellensburg in the 2.2-mile race. Freshman Gretta Scholz led...
Liberty Bell cross-country teams ready to run

Liberty Bell cross-country teams ready to run

Big turnout, returning runners point to promising season By Don Nelson The Liberty Bell High School boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams enter the 2016 season with high hopes of repeating or improving on their performances at the 2015 state meet. Four of the five scoring runners are returning from the boys’ team that placed sixth...
All-league honors for XC team

All-league honors for XC team

Several Liberty Bell High School cross-country team members were named to the North Central Washington 2B all-league team. Named to the boys’ first team were senior Ben Klemmeck and sophomore Eli Nielsen. Freshman Athena Milani and senior Ella Hall were named to the girls’ first team. Named to the boys’ second team were sophomore Cade...
Sports briefs: Dec. 2, 2015

Sports briefs: Dec. 2, 2015

Awards for XC teams Senior Ben Klemmeck was the winner of the Bryce Court Inspirational Award at the Liberty Bell High School cross-country teams’ recent post-season banquet. Klemmeck finished fourth at the state 1B/2B championship meet in November. The Mountain Lion boys finished sixth at the meet; the girls’ team finished fifth. Eli Nielsen and...
Klemmeck, Milani lead Mountain Lion XC teams at state meet

Klemmeck, Milani lead Mountain Lion XC teams at state meet

The Liberty Bell High School boys’ cross-country team again finished among the elite of the state’s 1B/2B schools by taking sixth-place at the state championships in Pasco on Saturday (Nov. 7). And this year, the girls’ team can make the same claim: The Lady Lions, with four freshmen and a senior scoring …
Liberty Bell boys’, girls’ teams headed to state XC championships

Liberty Bell boys’, girls’ teams headed to state XC championships

Both boys and girls take first at 1B/2B district meet By Don Nelson First-place runners, first-place teams — the Liberty Bell High School cross-country program hasn’t had a lineup like this in more than a decade as the boys’ and girls’ teams head to the state meet after sweeping the 1B/2B District 5/6 championships on Saturday (Oct....
Sports briefs: Nov. 4, 2015

Sports briefs: Nov. 4, 2015

Girls’ XC, soccer teams academic state champs Two Liberty Bell High School teams have been named academic state champions by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association in conjunction with the Dairy Farmers of Washington and Les Schwab Tires. The girls’ cross-country team was the tops in division 2B with a cumulative grade point average of 3.95....
LBHS sweeps team, individual titles in B league XC championship meet

LBHS sweeps team, individual titles in B league XC championship meet

The Liberty Bell High School boys’ and girls’ cross country teams gave a big home crowd plenty to applaud at the B League championships on Saturday (Oct. 24). Both teams took first place; Liberty Bell runners won the boys’ and girls’ races; and …
Mountain Lions win three of four races at Mt. Cashmere XC meet

Mountain Lions win three of four races at Mt. Cashmere XC meet

With its top runners sitting out the race for various reasons, the Liberty Bell High School varsity boys’ cross-country team finished an uncharacteristic fourth at last week’s Mt. Cashmere Meet. But the varsity girls, middle school boys’ and middle school …