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LBHS football season ends with loss

LBHS football season ends with loss

The Liberty Bell High School football team finished its season with a 2-6 record after a 48-0 loss at Manson on Friday (Oct. 21). Despite the outcome, coach Steve White said the game “was one of the best we played all season. Even with a lopsided player count, our guys never gave up.” “It really...
Mountain Lions fall to Tonasket, host Waterville for homecoming

Mountain Lions fall to Tonasket, host Waterville for homecoming

It was a long night for the Liberty Bell High School varsity football team at Tonasket last Friday (Oct. 7), as the Mountain Lions were overwhelmed by the Tigers, 78-0, falling to 1-5 for the season. The Mountain Lions will be much more evenly matched with the Waterville Shockers for the annual homecoming game on...
Mountain Lions break out for 41-0 football win over Bridgeport

Mountain Lions break out for 41-0 football win over Bridgeport

The Liberty Bell High School football team turned the corner — thanks to its running backs turning the corners on several long runs — to come away with its first win of the season on Friday (Sept. 30), a 41-0 shutout of Bridgeport on the Mountain Lions’ home field. Seth Stevie found the end zone three times as…
Air game makes strides in football loss at Soap Lake

Air game makes strides in football loss at Soap Lake

Liberty Bell High School elevated its passing game with two scoring tosses last Friday in a 56-12 loss at Soap Lake. Quarterback Tanner White hit Enrique Whites and Brady Moriarty for touchdowns as the Mountain Lions rebounded from being shut out the week before by Lake Roosevelt.
Mountain Lion gridders fall to visiting Lake Roosevelt

Mountain Lion gridders fall to visiting Lake Roosevelt

The Liberty Bell High School football team broke open some big plays against Lake Roosevelt last Friday, but couldn’t string enough of them together to reach the end zone in a 44-0 loss to the visiting Raiders. Enrique Whites, Seth Stevie and Eden Davis, along with quarterback Tanner White, ground out some…
Mountain Lion football team hosts Lake Roosevelt on Friday

Mountain Lion football team hosts Lake Roosevelt on Friday

The Liberty Bell High School football team returns to its home field on Friday (Sept. 16) to face the Lake Roosevelt Raiders in the Mountain Lions’ third game of the season. Liberty Bell was on the road last week against a strong Oroville team, which won 63-12.  The Mountain Lions earlier lost their season opener...
Mountain Lions clawed by Bears in football season opener

Mountain Lions clawed by Bears in football season opener

Welcome back to 11-man football. After a year of eight-man ball, Liberty Bell High School returned to playing with a full-size squad at its home-field season opener on Friday (Sept. 2) against Brewster. The Bears weren’t particularly hospitable, …
Mountain Lions have the numbers for return to 11-man play

Mountain Lions have the numbers for return to 11-man play

Year of 8-man football was transitional for LBHS, coach says By Don Nelson You don’t need to double-check your math. Liberty Bell High School’s football team will field 11 players on a side when the Mountain Lions open their season by hosting the Brewster Bears at 7 p.m. on Friday (Sept. 2). Liberty Bell is...
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...