Today is Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017

Posts tagged "LBHS tennis"
Liberty Bell tennis makes good showing at District 6 Regionals

Liberty Bell tennis makes good showing at District 6 Regionals

The Liberty Bell High School boys’ and girls’ tennis teams ended a great season of play at District 6 Regionals in Omak last Thursday (May 18) and Saturday (May 20), with the doubles team of Erin Frey and Ruthann Matteson ending as alternates to the state tournament in Yakima this weekend. After helping the Mountain...
LBHS boys win tennis championship, girls in contention

LBHS boys win tennis championship, girls in contention

With wins over Tonasket last week, the Liberty Bell High School boys’ tennis team claimed first place in the CWB league with an undefeated record and an assured championship, and the girls’ team was poised to claim a tie for first place. The girls’ and boy’s teams beat Tonasket by identical scores of 3-2, and...
Tennis teams net many wins in a busy week

Tennis teams net many wins in a busy week

The Liberty Bell High School boys’ tennis team kept its unbeaten record in league play intact with wins over Oroville and Entiat last week, then threw in a non-league win over Okanogan for good measure. Meanwhile, the girls’ team stayed near the top of the league by beating Oroville and Entiat, but fell to Okanogan....
Liberty Bell tennis team splits two road matches, plays at home next

Liberty Bell tennis team splits two road matches, plays at home next

The Liberty Bell High School tennis team started its season with wins over Oroville last Thursday (March 16), then lost both the boys’ and girls’ match-ups when they ran into a tougher Omak team on Saturday (March 18).
New look for school’s tennis courts

New look for school’s tennis courts

The dull gray surface at the Liberty Bell High School tennis courts has been replaced by a new, brilliant blue playing area, an upgrade that was completed this week. The new playing area has contrasting green aprons around the courts, replacing the old, faded red surface. New nets have also been installed. The courts won’t...
Liberty Bell doubles team takes 7th place at state tennis tourney

Liberty Bell doubles team takes 7th place at state tennis tourney

The Liberty Bell High School doubles team of Josh Frey and Jesse Schulz took seventh place at last weekend’s state tennis championships in Yakima, where teams from 1B, 1A and 2B schools  competed in one meet. The Mountain Lions duo started the tournament with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Zillah’s Pablo Medina and Ryan Anderson,...
Liberty Bell sends doubles team to state tennis finals

Liberty Bell sends doubles team to state tennis finals

After a one-year absence, Liberty Bell High School’s tennis team will once again be represented at the state championship meet starting Thursday (May 26) in Yakima. The Mountain Lion boys’ doubles team of Josh Frey and Jesse Schulz took first place in last week’s regional tournament to advance to the state meet. They began with...
LBHS tennis teams move into league tournament play

LBHS tennis teams move into league tournament play

Twelve Liberty Bell High School tennis players will be in Omak and Okanogan this weekend for the league tennis championships, with hopes of moving on to the state tournament. The Mountain Lion girls’ and boys’ teams built some momentum going into the playoffs as they claimed victories last week in home matches against Entiat and...
Liberty Bell tennis teams split with Lake Roosevelt at home, beat Oroville

Liberty Bell tennis teams split with Lake Roosevelt at home, beat Oroville

The Liberty Bell High School girls’ and boys’ tennis teams split a home match against Lake Roosevelt last week, then went on the road to sweep Oroville. The Lady Lions beat Lake Roosevelt, 4-1, on April 26 while the boys fell, 2-3. Logan Butler, playing No. 1 for the girls, won handily, 6-1, 6-2. Larkin Lucy...
LBHS tennis teams edged by Tonasket

LBHS tennis teams edged by Tonasket

The Liberty Bell High School boys’ and girls’ tennis teams lost to Tonasket by identical 3-2 scores on Thursday (April 21), but coach Dave Schulz said he liked much of what he saw on the courts. For the Lady Lions, No. 1 singles player Logan Butler won, 6-2, 6-0. Larkin Lucy dropped her match, 2-6,...