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Cross Country

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LHS Cross country

October 11, 2018

The Liberty Panther and Lady Panther Varsity and Junior Varsity squads traveled to Huffman this evening for the 21-4A District Meet.  The Junior Varsity squads for the Panthers and Lady Panthers each finished the season in 3rd place, while the Varsity Panther and Varsity Lady Panther teams each finished in 4th place.  Freshman Angel Ruiz led the Panthers with a top 20 finish and Freshman Emalee Villarreal led the Lady Panthers with a top 25 finish.  

Go Panthers and see you next season!!

Joe Roberts

Liberty HS Theater Arts Director

Head Boys Soccer and Cross Country

LMS Cross country

October 10, 2018

The LMS Boys and Girls Cross Country teams traveled to Huffman for the District 21-4A Junior High Meet.  The Lady Panthers took second place as a team, while the Panthers took third place.  Reese Evans (2nd Place), Bailee Slack (4th place) and Julia Gerardo (6th place) all finished in the top 10, with Reese receiving a medal as a top 3 finisher.  Carson Williams (7th place) led the Panthers with a top 10 finish for the boys.  

The Varsity and JV Panthers and Lady Panthers travel to Huffman this afternoon for the 21-4A District High School Meet.  The first race is JV Girls (2 Mile) at 5:15, followed by JV Boys (5K), Varsity Girls (2 Mile) and then concluding with Varsity Boys (5K).  Go Panthers!!

Joe Roberts

Liberty HS Theater Arts Director

Head Boys Soccer and Cross Country

cross country: Lms & lhs

September 24, 2018

On Saturday, in the wind and the rain, the LHS and LMS Panther cross country teams traveled to Anahuac for the AP Meet.  Despite the conditions, the Panthers racked up the awards.  The Panther Varsity took 2nd place as a team behind a strong 8th place finish by freshman Angel Ruiz.  Panther junior, Mario Lopez paced the JV with a first place individual performance that resulted in a first place team finish.  David Gerardo, Abdiel Garcia, Alejandro Montes and Emanuel Lopez also medaled for the JV team.  Junior, Esmeralda Mares, led the Lady Panthers to a first place team finish.  Tamia Banks, Kennedy Evans, Emalee Villarreal and Miryam Valencia had medal finishes for the varsity Lady Panthers.  All six JV Lady Panthers had a medal finish and took first in their division as well.  The JV Lady Panthers team consisted of Aliyah Banda, Lali Garcia, Ashlie Torres, Reagan Williamson, Marielena Rodriguez and Kaitlyn Frankum.  The LMS boys team took first place with 4 individual medal finishes by Damian Guzman, Landon Curry, Trace Heifner and Bruno Aleman. The LMS Lady Panthers had another strong showing with medal finishes by Julia Gerardo, Julianne Shivers and Kaylee Hernandez.  The Panthers are at home this coming Saturday, September 29th, for the annual Tony Munson Liberty Cross Country Invitational.  The first race starts at 8 am at the Liberty City Municipal Park.  Go Panthers!!

LMS Girls cross country

September 17, 2018


On Saturday the Liberty Middle School cross country teams traveled to Dayton for the Bronco Invitational where the Lady Panthers placed first overall.  Four of the seven lady Panthers finished with a medal, led by Reese Evans (3rd place) and Bailey Slack (4th place).  Julianne Shivers (top 20) and Julia Gerardo (top 25) were the other medal winners.  Kaylee Hernandez (top 35), Mariah Lopez and Alexis Smart also contributed to the first place finish.  The Lady Panthers were in a field of 192 runners and 19 teams.  

The LMS boys team also represented well.  Damian Guzman (8th place) and Carson Williams (21st) had medal finishes.  Landon Curry (top 35) and Bruno Aleman (top 60) rounded out the LMS boys team.  The LMS boys were in a 163 runner field. 

 Next week the cross country team will travel to Anahuac.  Go Panthers!!

Joe Roberts

Liberty HS Theater Arts Director
Head Boys Soccer and Cross Country

Pictured from L to R are:J. Shivers, J. Gerardo, K. Chandler, R. Evans, B. Slack, L. Smart

The LMS girl’s cross country team competed in the cardinal classic this past Saturday. They had an impressive meet, and came away winning first place as a team. Individual medalists were: 1st Bailee Slack, 2nd Reese Evans, 4th Julianne Shivers, 7th Julia Gerardo and 9th Kamdyn Chandler.  The next meet will be in Dayton on September 15th.