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Fitzmaurice named state Athlete of the Week

Fitzmaurice named state Athlete of the Week

Liberty Bell High School senior Lauren Fitzmaurice was named an athlete of the week by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) for her performances in recent basketball games against Eatonville and Manson. Against Eatonville in the Cascade Holiday Tourney, Fitzmaurice has 23 points, 10 rebounds and nine steals. Against Manson, she put up 20 points,...
Lady Lions take two of three games to stay near league leaders

Lady Lions take two of three games to stay near league leaders

Starting the second half of the Central Washington 2B league season, the Liberty Bell High School girls’ basketball team is in good position to qualify for post-season play. In games last week, the Lady Lions beat Manson and Bridgeport while dropping a …
Lady Lions just miss championship win at Cascade Holiday Tourney in Leavenworth

Lady Lions just miss championship win at Cascade Holiday Tourney in Leavenworth

Playing some of their best basketball of the season, the Liberty Bell High School girls’ varsity team nearly came away with the first-place trophy at the Cascade Holiday Tourney in Leavenworth last week. The Lady Lions started the two-day event with …
Lady Lions drop home contest to Omak, 78-46

Lady Lions drop home contest to Omak, 78-46

The Liberty Bell High School girls’ basketball team couldn’t keep the visiting Omak Pioneers in check as the Lady Lions lost, 78-46, on their home court on Dec. 20. Liberty Bell coach Ed Smith cited what he called subpar efforts on both ends of the court in the first half. He said the Lady Lions’ offense...
Lady Lions add two home-court wins to stay in league race

Lady Lions add two home-court wins to stay in league race

Two home-court wins — one a dramatic come-from-behind victory against Oroville, the other by 21 points over Soap Lake — put the Liberty Bell High School girls’ basketball team near the top of the Central Washington 2B league standings. At 4-1 in league play (4-2 on the season), the Lady Lions were in ...
Lady Lions return four starters, top scorers from last year’s lineup

Lady Lions return four starters, top scorers from last year’s lineup

Experience will be an important factor this season for the Liberty Bell High School varsity girls’ basketball team, which returns four starters from last year’s squad. Leading scorers Lauren Fitzmaurice (12 points …
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 …
Lady Lions close out the season with a 10-point home win over Manson

Lady Lions close out the season with a 10-point home win over Manson

The Liberty Bell High School varsity girls’ basketball team ended its season on a high note Feb. 4 with a 49-39 home court victory over Manson, but missed out on post-season competition after making it into the playoffs last year. Only a couple of frustrating losses kept the Lady Lions from continuing their season.
Lady Lions cruise to home-court win over Bridgeport

Lady Lions cruise to home-court win over Bridgeport

The Liberty Bell High School varsity girls’ basketball squad threw a first-quarter shutout at the visiting Bridgeport Fillies last Friday (Jan. 29) on the way to a 20-point victory, a strong comeback after the Lady Lions dropped a 60-29 loss to Brewster three days earlier.