It was a day of personal bests, individual accomplishment and some surprises in Moses Lake at the 2B District 5&6 state qualifier cross-country meet on Oct. 30. Both the Liberty Bell High School girls’ and boys’ varsity teams again qualified for the state championships this Saturday (Nov. 9) in Pasco. The No. 1-ranked girls, as […]
LBHS track and field
After a week off from the high school meet circuit, the Liberty Bell High School Mountain Lions jumped back into competition at the Nike Twilight Meet at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville on Saturday (Oct. 5). Liberty Bell once again showed well against some of the elite in Washington, as well a couple of schools […]
Seniors White, Worrell score for boys’ squad A school record, several personal bests and improved finishes in overall competition highlighted the Liberty Bell High School track teams’ performances last weekend at the 2B state championship meet in Cheney. The girls’ team scored 20 points to take 13th place among 41 scoring teams, compared to 17 […]
District meet in Quincy up next for Mountain Lion teams The Liberty Bell High School girls’ track team made it three consecutive 2B District 6 sub-district titles with a convincing win — and notable individual marks — at Manson on May 8. The boys’ team took sixth place in the nine-team competition. Both teams qualified athletes for the District […]
The Liberty Bell High School track teams wrapped up their regular season last week by hosting seven other high schools in the Liberty Bell Invitational at Mountain Lion stadium on a radiant summer afternoon. Earlier in the week, the teams were on the road for the Bridgeport Invitational. The girls’ and boys’ squads continued to […]
It’s a promising progression: 0 in 2015; 3 in 2016; 9 in 2017; 17 in 2018.
That’s how many points the Liberty Bell High School girl’s track team has scored in the past four state 2B meets. The most recent tally boosted the Lady Lions to a tie for 15th place at the state meet last weekend in Cheney.
It was a beautiful day for competition on Liberty Bell High School’s home track last Friday (May 4) as the Lions hosted 10 other teams in the last meet before sub-districts.
Liberty Bell’s athletes used the home meet — the Liberty Bell Invitational — and one earlier in the week at Bridgeport …
Liberty Bell High School’s track team competed in two meets last week — against eight other schools at Tonasket on April 17 and against a much larger field of 19 other teams at the Quincy Invite on Saturday (April 21) — tuning up for the first official competition on the Mountain Lions’ new track …
With meets scheduled in Cashmere and Manson on the same day, the Liberty Bell High School track squad split up in order to field competitors at both venues on Saturday (April 14).
Assistant coach Erik Brooks took eight athletes to Cashmere, where they faced tough competition from…
By Don Nelson The Liberty Bell High School track team has yet to get in a workout on its own, brand-new track, but is using its typical early-season travel schedule to prepare for an eventual home-field advantage. That won’t come until April 24. Last weekend, the team traveled to Ephrata for the annual Ray Cross […]