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Eagle Quarterly Winter 2024

Eagle Quarterly Winter 2024

The winter-sports season is well underway. Basketball, wrestling, and women’s swim and dive are currently enjoying competition breaks and preparing for the home stretch of the season. The first half has gone well for the Eagles. The 7th-grade boys’-basketball team captured the NPMLA league title and the 8th-grade team made a final four appearance. The LCHS swim team has been all gas no breaks as several individuals have made their state cuts and all relays are qualified. The Monday we returned from break was the first day of practice for the brand-new junior-high wrestling team. 16 students came out for the inaugural season. 

The fall season was a success for the Eagles. The women’s-volleyball team won a game at the state tournament and made their deepest run in postseason history. The soccer team made it to the quarter finals again, continuing their streak of being the last area team standing in the playoffs. Isabell Allori capped off her senior season with a second state title and a sixth-place showing at cross-country nationals. 

Women’s Swim and Dive

The women’s swim team is off to a blazing start this season. All relays and several individuals have made their state cuts as they continue to improve throughout the season. The team has defeated Berthoud, Valley, and Eaton among other teams at various meets. Way to go ladies, keep up the hard work! 

Men’s Wrestling 

The young-Eagles program looks to keep growing in their second season. With 15 kids on the roster and filling all but two weight classes in the varsity lineup, they hope to make a strong showing at the league tournament. The team is coming off a hot weekend where several individuals placed at both the varsity and JV tournaments.

Women’s Wrestling 

The team looks to build on last year’s success of sending two athletes to the state tournament. Despite not returning either state qualifier, the team has grown with eight girls signing up at the beginning of season. First year coach, Gabbie Jones is excited by the growth of the young team as they look to keep getting better over the course of the season. 
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Men’s Basketball 

In his first season as head coach, Brad Richardson is changing the culture around the team. From morning workouts to service projects around town, the team is showing what it means to be a student athlete at Liberty. The team continues to progress every game including a narrow win over Jefferson Academy heading into Christmas break. 

Women’s Basketball

Head Coach Brad Davis is off to a great start in his first season at the helm. The JV girls’ team won the Santiago shootout and the varsity squad continues to build on every game.
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7th-grade Boy’s Basketball 

The team was fun to watch this year as they completed an undefeated season by defeating Eaton in the championship game. Several of their games were 20+ point wins including one game where they put up 80. Be sure to catch these kids when they are back for 8th-grade basketball next year. 

8th-Grade Boy’s Basketball

The 8th-grade team also had a stellar season falling to eventual league champion Eaton in the semi finals of the NPMLA league tournament. The team had several strong athletes on it that we hope to see in action next year at the high-school level. 
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