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Liberty Bell will return to 11-man football in 2016

Liberty Bell will return to 11-man football in 2016

Liberty Bell High School’s one-year experiment with eight-man football is over. The Mountain Lions will go back to playing 11-man football in the 2016 season. Methow Valley School District activities director Chase Rost recommended to Superintendent Tom Venable that Liberty Bell return to 11-man ball and resume playing its …
Sports briefs: Feb. 3, 2016

Sports briefs: Feb. 3, 2016

LBHS football future discussed Liberty Bell High School will host a community discussion on Friday (Feb. 5) about whether the varsity football team should continue playing eight-man ball, or consider going back to 11-man competition. The Mountain Lions played a non-league schedule of eight-man football last season and had an 8-1 record. The switch to...
LBHS finishes strong in first season of 8-man football

LBHS finishes strong in first season of 8-man football

Liberty Bell High School started the football season with a 70-point game, ended it with a 72-point game and threw in another 70-point performance for good measure on its way to an 8-1 record in the Mountain Lions’ first year of playing eight-man football.
Mountain Lions rush to 54-34 win

Mountain Lions rush to 54-34 win

Football finishes the season at home on Friday By Don Nelson The Liberty Bell High School football team continued its prolific scoring streak with a 54-34 home field win over Wellpinit on Friday (Oct. 30), but credit the defense with keeping the visitors out of the end zone more than once. Three interceptions and two...
Mountain Lions deliver 52-26 homecoming win over YN

Mountain Lions deliver 52-26 homecoming win over YN

Liberty Bell High School’s rematch with Yakama Nation in the Mountain Lions’ homecoming football game on Friday (Oct. 23) started and ended pretty much like the previous game against the Eagles. The Mountain Lions scored all their points in the first half to prevail …
Liberty Bell routs Yakama Nation, 70-48, faces them again Friday in homecoming game

Liberty Bell routs Yakama Nation, 70-48, faces them again Friday in homecoming game

By Don Nelson Friday night’s (Oct. 23) homecoming game will be just the second contest on its own field this year for the Liberty Bell High School football team, but the opponent will be familiar. And Liberty Bell may look all too familiar to the visiting team. Last week, the Mountain Lions went on the...
Mountain Lions run rampant over Waterville for 40-22 win

Mountain Lions run rampant over Waterville for 40-22 win

Using a powerful ground game, the Liberty Bell High School varsity football team ran over Waterville, 40-22, on Friday (Oct. 8), running its record to 4-1 in the Mountain Lions’ first season playing eight-man football. Liberty Bell threw only a handful of passes but rang up 433 rushing yards on Waterville’s home field, assistant coach Chad...
Mountain Lions trounce Pateros but lose Wengerd to injury

Mountain Lions trounce Pateros but lose Wengerd to injury

The Liberty Bell High School varsity football team put up more than 50 points once again in a 64-18 win at Pateros on Friday (Oct. 2). The Mountain Lions are 3-1 this season — their first year as an eight-man squad — scoring 70 and 52 points respectively in earlier wins and falling only to Inchelium, 26-10.
Mountain Lions ramble to 52-22 victory on the road

Mountain Lions ramble to 52-22 victory on the road

The Liberty Bell High School football team bounced back from a home-field defeat with a convincing 52-22 victory at Columbia/Hunters on Friday (Sept. 25). Coach Steve White said that Enrique Whites got the Mountain Lions off to a quick start by returning a kickoff for a touchdown, and Liberty Bell never looked back.
Mountain Lions fall to Inchelium, 26-10, in home field debut of 8-man football

Mountain Lions fall to Inchelium, 26-10, in home field debut of 8-man football

Liberty Bell High School’s home field debut in its first year of eight-man football ended with a 26-10 loss to Inchelium on Friday (Sept. 18), but coach Steve White said he’s satisfied with his team’s progress. “The game was very competitive. The boys did great. I could not be prouder,” White said. “We got our first...