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5-25-13 - Alex Olobia took home 3 medals at the State Track Meet on Saturday to lead the Liberty Boys to a 5th place team finish. Alex was 2nd in the 100, 3rd in the 200 and ran on the 2nd place 1600 relay team that broke the school record for the 2nd year in a row. Other medalists at state were Aaron Bowe in the 3200, Sean Campbell in the Javelin, Hiron Redman in the 800 & 1600 relay and Ashby Brown and Romney Noel in the 1600 relay.
5-18-13 - 17 move on to State in Tacoma.
5-10-13 - Alex Olobia broke the school record in both the 100 & 200 @ Kingco.
5-25-13 - In the highest finish ever for Liberty Tennis, Jenny & Kristy took 2nd @ State.
Jenny Adams & Kristy Braunston defeated a Bishop Blanchette doubles team this afternoon, 6-2, 6-2 to earn a place in the Districts semi-finals AND attain a spot in the State Tournament over Memorial Day weekend!
5-7 - MI 8, Liberty 3
5-2 - Mt. Si 10, Lib 6
4-30 - Bellevue 3, Lib 0
4-26 - MI 4, Liberty 1
4-25 - Jaunita 9, Lib 2
4-24 - Samm 10, Lib 5
4-23 - LW 8, Liberty 1
4-17 - Interlake 4, Liberty 2
4-15 - Mt Si 14, Liberty 1
4-12 - Bell. 6, Liberty 5
4-10 - MI 6, Liberty 4
4-8 - Samm 5, Liberty 4
4-6 - LW 3, Liberty 1
4-5 - Jaunita 11, Liberty 0
4-1 - Interlake 8, Liberty 3
3-25 - Liberty 9, Highline 1
3-22 - Lib 3, White River 1
3-19 - Lindbergh 5, Lib 3
3-18 - Liberty 7, Hazen 3
3-13 - Tahoma 16, Lib 3
3-11 - Auburn Mt. View 6, Liberty 0
5-9 - MI 5, Liberty 4
5-2 - Mt. Si 7, Liberty 1
4-30 - Liberty 8, Bellevue 2
4-25 - Liberty 7, MI 4
4-23 - Liberty 12, Samm 4
4-22 - Bellevue 3, Lib 2
4-18 - LW 9, Liberty 2
4-16 - Jaunita 8, Lib 2
4-1 - MI 8, Liberty 4
3-28 - Liberty 3, Samm 1
3-25 - Jaunita 9, Liberty 8
3-23 - Selah 7, Liberty 4
3-20 - Inglemoor 18. Lib 17
3-15-13 - Ellensburg 13, Liberty 7.
5-15 - Shorecrest 2, Liberty 0 in the 1st round of State play.
Congratulations to the following Patriots for their selection to the All-Kingco soccer teams!
Coach of the Year:
Liberty wins Kingco, takes #1 seed to State.
5-2 - It came down to the wire, but the Patriots were able to clinch the title at Mt. Si, on their senior night, in front of a large and vocal crowd. The Patriots took control from the beginning and kept the ball in Mt. Si's end of the field for most of the 1st half and broke through with goals at the 21st and 33rd minutes for a 2-0 halftime lead. Connor Noblat and Josh Johnson netted the goals off assists from Oliver Janders and Nick Turner. The Patriots held on in the late stages of the 2nd half as Mt. Si brought the house at them.
The Patriots now go directly to state and will play the #3 team from the Wesco 3A tournament on Wednesday, May 15th at 7:00 at Liberty's home field.
4-30 - Bellevue 3, Lib 2
4-26 - Liberty 0, Mt. Si 0
4-23 - Liberty 4, Samm 0
Connor Noblat (Nate Mak) 12:00; Colton Ronk (Antonio Lago) 21:00; Jared Bales (Colton Ronk) 17:00; Sean Carlson (Jared Bales) 73:00
Nate Mak and Quinn Magendanz combined for the shutout
4-19 - Liberty 3, LW 0
Jared Bales (un) 34:00
Connor Noblat (Noah Anderson) 37:00.
Sean Carlson (Tyler Jensen) 68:00.
Nate Mak and Quinn Magendanz split for the shutout.
4-16 - Liberty 0, Juanita 0
4-12 - Liberty 4, Interlake 0
Tyler Jensen (unassisted) 29:00
Ryan Graham (Antonio Lago) 34:00
Josh Johnson (Tyler Jensen) 65:00
Josh Johnson (un) 75:00
4-9 - Liberty 1, Mt. Si 0
Joe Dapper (Connor Noblat) 69:00
Shutout: Nate Mak
4-5 - Liberty 5, Bellevue 0
Noah Anderson (Tyler Jensen) 13:00
Colton Ronk (Nick Turner) 42:00
Connor Noblat (PK) 44:00
Jared Bales (Ollie Janders) 48:00
Colton Ronk (Connor Noblat) 56:00
4-2 - Liberty 1, MI 1
Jared Bales with the assist from Conor Noblat had the equalizer in the 10th minute as Liberty controlled the action for most of the game.
3-29 Liberty 1, Samm 0
Connor Noblat (Noah Anderson) 42:00
Liberty Goalkeeper: Nate Mak 80 minutes
Shots: Liberty 10 Sammamish 1
3-26 - Lib 5, Lake Wash 1
3-22 - Lib 1, Jaunita 0
3-19 - Lib 4, Interlake 2
3-15 - Lib 8, Enumclaw 1
3-12 - Liberty 4, Everett 1
Contact Information -
Baseball (Boys) - John Martin
Fastpitch (Girls) - Brian Hartman
Golf (Girls) - Michelle Warlick
Soccer (Boys) - Darren Tremblay
Tennis (Girls) - Mike Salokas
Track / Field Boys - Mike Smith
Track / Field Girls - Mark Little
5-11-12 - Liberty finished 5th @ District, led by State qualifier Krysta Dawson who was 9th overall.
4-23-12 - Last week Liberty had three matches, winning 2 of the three. Liberty won the first match against Juanita by 30 strokes! Krysta Dawson was the medalist with a 44 and Alex Duvall placed second with a 45. On Wednesday, Liberty lost a close match to Bellevue at home. Alex Duvall was the medalist with a 44 and Krysta plaed second with a 45. Thursday's match was a win against Mt. Si in the pouring rain. Krysta had a second place finish, Kirsten solders placed fourth and Brandi Petryk finished 5th. Our league record is now 2-2, and for the season we are 6 -4
3-22-12 - Lady patriot golfers won their tri team match against Interlake and Mt. Si with a team score of 265. Alex DuVall was the match medalist with an outstanding 42. Hanna Hanson, Taylor Woo and Christine Chappelle also had great days and continue to improve.
3-19-12 - Liberty placed second in our fist practice match of the season with Bellevue and Sammamish at Bellevue Municipal Golf Course. Highlights included Alex DuVall placing 2nd overall and Freshman Taylor Woo shooting a 59 in her first match ever!
Congratulations to the following soccer players who were selected to the Kingco 3A all league teams.
Jared Bales Defender 11
Joe Dapper Defender 11
Nate Mak Goalkeeper 11
Eric Warlick Forward 12
Josh Johnson Forward 11
Nick Turner Defender 11
Colton Ronk Midfielder 10
Scott McLaren Defender 12
Connor Noblat Midfielder 9
5-7-12- Liberty lost in the 1st round to Sammamish, 2-1 to end their season.
5-4-12 - The Liberty soccer team finished the regular season in convincing fashion by downing the Interlake Saints 3-0 on Senior night.
5-1-12 - Liberty couldn't overcome a fast start from league leading Mercer Island, losing 2-1. Josh Johnson got the score witha an assist from Erick Warlick.
Kingco All-League Selections:
5-25-12 -LIBERTY 9TH @ STATE - In their first state tourney appearance in 4 years, the Patriots played three gritty games to complete their season turn-around and confirm that Liberty softball is back on top. Liberty made it into the 2nd consolation round to exit the tournament tied for 9th place. The girls lost an exciting opener to state finalist and top-ten ranked Everett by a score of 5-1, then came back to eliminate Shadle Park (Spokane) with some big hitting and stellar defense to set up their final match with top-ten ranked Camas. Liberty jumped on Camas early and lead early in the game with more big bats, aggressive base running, and top-notch defense before falling to injuries, fatigue, umpires, and Camas relief pitching.
5-16-12 - Liberty Wins State Spot - Liberty dispatched Chief Sealth in the first round of Sea-King District play, and then shredded the Holy Names pitching to advance to the Sea-King semi-finals on May 17. By reaching the semi-finals, Liberty has assured themselves a bid to the 2012 State 3A Fastpitch Tournament.
The victories were truly a team effort, with every player contributing. Sidney Hopper and Amber Smith both took the pitcher's circle to shut down Chief Sealth 17-5, while Sydney pitched a complete second game against Holy Names in the 10-7 win
5/11/12- Patriots Advance to District Playoffs!!
Liberty persevered against a tough Bellevue squad for a 5-2 victory, advancing as the Kingco #4 seed to district playoffs. Bellevue was eliminated from post-season play, having finished in the top 4 in state the past two years
5-2-12 - The Patriots bested Sammamish 12-6 on Senior Night, the final home game of the 2012 season. Senior Amber Smith started the game and earned the win, pitching 4 innings and giving up 1 earned run. Offensive accolades go out to Senior Amber Smith (2 for 2, 1 RBI), Senior Ana Faoro (2 for 5 with a double, 1 RBI, 1 run), and Senior Taylor Weik (1 for 4 with a triple, 1 RBI, and 1 run scored). Defensive kudos to Senior Denise Blohowiak for a solid performance at shortstop and as a leader
5-1-12 - Liberty hosted Lake Washington in an arduous defensive battle, losing 3-2 in one of the best games of the season. The Patriots led through the 5th inning, yielding the lead and the game to a succession of Kangaroo hits and rare miscues in the 6th. Sydney Hopper pitched the complete game, walking 2 and striking out 3. On offense, Miranda Bukantz went 2 for 2 with 1 RBI, Alyssa Wash went 2 for 3, Joshilynn Wolff went 1 for 3 with 1 RBI, and LIza Van Camp went 1 for 3 with 2 runs scored.
6-2-12 - Josh Gordon, Hamilton Noel & Joe Bergman all competed in the Wash. State Multi-Events Championships over 2 days @ Lake Stevens HS. All 3 broke the existing Decathalon School Record of 4673 pts. Josh took 3rd overall with 5735 pts, Ham was 11th with 4963 pts & Joe was 14th with 4847 pts. This was their 1st decathalon and the 1st time competing in many of the 10 events for each of them.
5-30-12 - 2010 grad and Track & XC runner Brandon Thomas died Tues from a fall from his residence hall while attending the Univ. of Wash.
Brandon was a special individual that was liked and respected by everyone he met and will be sorely missed.
Brandon's memorial service is scheduled for Sat. June 9th, 11am @ New Life Church, 15711 152nd Ave. SE, Renton (Maple Valley Hwy next to Renton Christian), 425-226-0880. Contact Pastor Merlyn Linden, firstname.lastname@example.org 425-641-7717 for more info.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the "Brandon Thomas Memorial Fund" at any Key Bank Branch. Please go to www.greenwoodmempark.com for information about the fund.
5-26-12 - BOYS 5TH @ STATE, GORDON WINS LJ
2 school records were broken over the 3 day competition in Tacoma. Danielle Richards broke her Pole Vault record to take 6th in a 10' 6" jump. Josh took repeat Gold in the Long Jump, then placed 3rd in the Triple Jump & 6th in the High Jump before anchoring a record breaking 1600 relay team ( Hamilton Noel, Joe Bergman, Hiron Redman & Josh) that took the Bronze medal. Other medalists for Liberty:
800 - Hiron Redman in 4th
400 relay - Danielle Demps, Cherelle Demps, Liz Ryker & Danielle Richards in 5th.
1600 relay - Aimee Christensen, Megan Larson, Megan Chucka & Liz Ryker in 5th.
Pole Vault - Hamilton Noel in 8th
5-18-12 - In their best District showing in school history, the Girls took 3rd place in team scoring to advance 11 athletes to State. The Boys also finished 3rd and send 6 to State. 3 school records were broken: Danielle Richards - 10' 0" Pole Vault, Hiron Redman - 1:53.08 800M & Megan Chucka - 5:10.55 1600M
5-16-12 - Liberty advanced 4 to State on the 1st day of District action. Josh Gordon won the Triple Jump, Trevor Merritt was 3rd in the Javelin, Hamilton Noel was 4th in Pole Vault and Megan Chucka was 4th in the 3200. All will compete next week in Tacoma
5-11-12 - The Girls repeated as Kingco Champions, beating Juanita by less than 3pts to cap their undefeated dual meet season. Megan Chucka led the girls with 2 Golds with Megan Larson, Emily Pestil-Dimmit & Danielle Richards also picking up League Titles.
Josh Gordon broke his High Jump record with a 6' 7" leap on his way to 4 gold medals but it wasn't enough as the Boys finished 3rd.
5-3-12 - 2 more school records were broken @ the ISD meet. Megan Chucka lowered her 1600 best again. Josh Gordon took down the 1992 best in the 400M.
5-2-12 - Senior Danielle Richards broke the school Record by 3" in the Pole Vault, jumping 9' 9".
4-28-12 - The boys took 3rd in the 78 team Shoreline Invite led by Josh Gordons 2 seconds & 2 third place finishes. The Boys finished with an exciting 3rd pl. 4x400. Over @ the Lake Wash. Invite, Megan Larson broke the 800m record for good with a 2:19.12 in 6th, then ran on the 4th place 4x400 team.
4-26-12 - Liberty Girls Dual Meet Champs, Boys Co-Champs
Led by Emily Pestl-Dimmitt's 2 wins, the girls team went 7-0 with their win over Lake Washington to claim the 3A Kingco regular season title. The Patriot Boys team also won, 95-45 to go 6-1 for the season.