Liberty Family 2023-24 School Transformation Grant Climate survey open

As part of the School Climate Transformation Grant, we are asking Liberty families to please take a few minutes to complete the following survey before May 30, 2024.

Parent Climate Survey – English Version

Parent Climate Survey – Spanish Version

All responses are anonymous and no email addresses will be collected upon submission.  The responses from the survey will help us plan and use grant funding in the best way to support the needs of our district.  We will be doing this yearly throughout the remainder of the grant to gain insight on the programs we are implementing and the impact they are having on the climate of our school.  Thank you for your time and help with gathering this important information.

Liberty Middle School awarded Stewart’s Holiday Match Grant funding

Liberty Central School District middle school students will be able to use new indoor and outdoor equipment at recess thanks to $500 from a grant awarded to the district from the Stewart’s Holiday Match program.

The grant funding will allow the district to revitalize and enrich the recess program by purchasing various sports balls, such as soccer balls, volleyballs, basketballs, footballs, kickballs, jump ropes, an outdoor portable speaker and a recess cart for all the supplies. These age-appropriate items will contribute to increased physical activity and engagement during recess, not only promoting a healthier lifestyle, but also enhancing social interactions among students. In addition, the grant will be used to acquire indoor recess materials such as mindfulness coloring books, giant inspirational coloring posters, and colored pencils which will be added to our current collection of games. These items will provide students with positivity and entertainment during inclement weather, ensuring that recess remains a valuable and enriching experience regardless of environmental conditions.

“Having this grant has been helpful in building up our inventory of recess materials, giving more students the opportunity to engage in physical activity and social interaction,” Safety Duty Aide Cindy Mercado said. “On behalf of all Liberty Middle School students and lunch/recess staff, we send a huge thank you to Stewart’s for this Holiday Match Grant.”

The grant application for Liberty Central School District was written by members of the Capital Region BOCES Grants & Development Service.

Stewart’s Holiday Match is a program to aid school-age children all year long in the areas of social services, health, education, recreation, and the arts. More than $2 million was raised between customer and corporate donations for the 2023-2024 program and more than $38 million has been awarded since the program started in 1986.

Volleyball camp to be offered this summer

There will be an Arsenal Elite Volleyball Camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday to Thursday, July 16-18, in the Liberty High School gymnasium.

The camp will be run by Brenna Abplanalp, who is a coach for Bard Early College High School Varsity Girls and Boys Volleyball, and Nyack Modified Volleyball Coach Keri Abplanalp.

The camp is for students in grades 7 to 12 and will cost $200 per camper.
Sign up online here.  Scholarships are available. Call Erin Abplanalp at 845-750-9744 for details.

Anti-vaping message spreads at LMS

Fifth-graders in Jill Parks’ WINN (What I Need Now) class at Liberty Middle School learned more than to just say “no” to vaping, they also learned the reasons behind why they should say no.

Students seated at a curved table look at pamphlets as an adult stands at the front of the room“Vaping is bad because it can change the way your brain works if you start at a young age,”  student Alisha Morales said. “It can also cause lung cancer.”

Nicole Blais, a Sullivan 180 prevention coordinator, recently visited Parks’ class for one period a day for five weeks to lead the CATCH My Breath program. CATCH My Breath is a peer-reviewed, evidence-based youth vaping prevention program developed by The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health.

According to its website, the program provides up-to-date information to teachers, parents and health professionals to equip students with the knowledge and skills they need to make informed decisions about the use of e-cigarettes, including JUUL and disposable devices.

“(CATCH My Breath) changed how I think about vaping because I used to think that vaping wasn’t that bad for you until they told us how bad it was,” student Madison Hernandez said.

Students work on posters using markersStudents in the enrichment class learned about the addictiveness of vaping, what chemicals can be found in the product, how inhaling those chemicals can affect the body and how some companies market the product to younger people. Blais encouraged students to spread the word about the dangers of vaping. During her first visit, students created posters highlighting what they had learned so far.

“It is essential for students to be exposed to explicit direct instruction about how bad these products are for their health at an early age,” said Parks, who is one of LMS’ Wellness Advisors. “It is much harder to change a habit than start one.”

This is the second year the program has been available for LMS fifth graders. Last year, it was held in partnership with the Boys & Girls Club after school.

The program is new for Sullivan County and fits in well with the district’s Sullivan 180 Empowering a Healthier Generation Program, Parks said. The goal is to eventually have every LMS student go through the program.

“Overall, an anti-vaping program not only addresses a critical health issue among students but also reinforces the values, goals and strategic priorities of the Liberty Central School District,” she said. “It reflects a holistic approach to student well-being and success within a diverse and supportive educational community.”

An anti-vaping poster
A poster created by Ely Garcia Garcia.

The program also touches on several pillars of the district’s strategic plan. It can be integrated into the existing health education curriculum, ensuring all students receive comprehensive education about the risks of vaping. Collaborating with parents, teachers, health care professionals and community organizations can strengthen the impact of the anti-vaping program and provide ongoing support to students. And developing and implementing an anti-vaping policy and related procedures aligns with the district’s commitment to integrating its mission and vision into all aspects of its operations.

It appears students are hearing the message of the dangers of vaping.

“People use celebrities to get kids’ attention to e-cigarettes,” student Ely Garcia Garcia said, “but vaping is so, so bad and I will never, ever vape.”

Sports schedule, and results, for the week of April 29-May 5, 2024

Our athletes will be in action in baseball, softball, tennis, golf and track and field this week. 

Here are the schedule and results, if available. Livestream links are included where available.

Monday, April 29

10 a.m.: Varsity Baseball vs. Livingston Manor at Cooperstown Doubleday Field

1 p.m.: Girls Varsity Golf vs. Multiple Schools at Villa Roma Country Club

3:30 p.m.: Boys and Girls  Modified Invitational vs. Multiple Schools at Washingtonville High School Track/Football Field

4:15 p.m.: JV Softball vs. Eldred at Liberty High School

4:15 p.m.: Boys and Girls Varsity Track & Field: Girls Varsity League  vs. Beacon City at Liberty High School.

4:30 p.m.: Boys Varsity Tennis vs Minisink Valley at Monticello High School

Tuesday, April 30

3:15 p.m.: Girls Varsity Golf vs. Ellenville at Shawangunk Country Club

4:15 p.m.: Modified Baseball vs. Livingston Manor at Liberty Middle School

4:15 p.m.: Modified Softball vs. Livingston Manor at Liberty Elementary School

4:30 p.m.: JV Baseball vs. vs. Tri-Valley at Neversink Community Park

5:15 p.m.: Varsity Softball vs. Highland at Highland High School.
Result: Highland 10, Liberty 2. Junior All-State pitcher Alexa Pavese led Highland to a 10-2 victory over Liberty Tuesday night. Pavese was dominant in the circle striking out 7 while finishing 2-3 at the plate with a double, 2 RBI and 2 runs scored.  Nevaeh Davis, Megan Schmidt, Angie Wheeler and Brenna Mangan all had hits for the Redhawks. Mya Huebsch and Olivia Dworetsky each scored a run for the Varsity who fell to 4-7 on the season.

Wednesday, May 1

3:30 p.m.: Girls Varsity Golf vs. Tri-Valley at Sullivan County Golf and Country Club

4:30 p.m.: JV League Baseball vs. Port Jervis  at Liberty High School

Thursday, May 2

3:30 p.m.: Girls Varsity Golf vs. Minisink Valley at Green Ridge Golf Club

4 p.m.: Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Minisink Valley at Minisink Valley High School

4:15 p.m.: Girls and Boys Modified vs. Livingston Manor/Roscoe at Liberty High School

4:30 p.m.: Modified Baseball vs. Monticello at Monticello High School

4:30 p.m.: Modified Softball vs. Monticello at Monticello High School

4:30 p.m.: Varsity Softball vs. Fallsburg at Benjamin Cosor Elementary School
Result: Liberty 22, Fallsburg 4. Liberty’s offense was hot all game long as the Redhawks defeated Fallsburg 22-4.  Aubrey Botsford led the way with two hits, three runs scored and six runners driven in. Angie Wheeler had three hits including a double and had three RBI. Mya Huebsch finished 2-3 as she drove in three runners of her own. Nevaeh Davis and Quinn Allen chipped in two hits each as well. Six Redhawks’ players scored at least two runs apiece. Angie pitched well once again, giving up just four hits while striking out 11 batters over five innings.

4:30 p.m.: Varsity Baseball vs. Fallsburg at Fallsburg Junior/Senior High School.

4:30 p.m.: JV Softball vs. Chester Academy at Liberty High School

Friday, May 3

2:30 p.m.: Varsity Baseball vs. James I. O’Neill at Liberty High School

3:30 p.m.: Girls Varsity Golf vs. Multiple Schools at The Monster at Resort World Catskill.

4 p.m.: Boys Varsity Golf vs. Sullivan West Central at Villa Roma Country Club

4 p.m.: Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Cornwall Central at Cornwall High School

4:15 p.m.: Modified Baseball  vs. Livingston Manor at Liberty Middle School

4:15 p.m.: Modified Softball vs. Livingston Manor at Liberty Elementary School

4:30pm: Varsity Baseball vs. James I. O’Neill at Liberty High School

4:30 p.m.: JV Softball vs. Tri-Valley at Tri-Valley Central School TV – Iatauro Sports Complex

4:30 p.m.: Varsity Softball  vs. James I. O’Neill at James I. O’Neill High School
Result: O’Neill 7, Liberty 2. O’Neill outlasted Liberty in a tightly contested, well-played game as they defeated the Redhawks 7-2 Friday night. The score was 3-2 going into the bottom of the sixth inning. Maliyah Palka had the decisive 2-run single in the sixth that helped the Raiders pull away. Aliyah Williams hit a homerun. and Angie Wheeler tripled, singled and drove in a run for Liberty.  Elaina Ramirez, Mya Huebsch, and Quinn Allen also had hits for the Redhawks.

5:30 p.m.: Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Cornwall Central  at Cornwall High School

Saturday, May 4

No events scheduled

Sunday, May 5

No events scheduled.

The schedule is subject to change. Check the Liberty schedule on the Section 9 website for the latest. 

LMS to honor third-quarter honor roll students; ceremonies to be livestreamed

Liberty Middle School third-quarter honor roll ceremonies will be livestreamed Friday, May 3, at https://events.locallive.tv/events/133089. Fifth grade awards will be presented from 8:15 to 8:25 a.m., with sixth grade from 8:25 to 8:35 a.m., seventh grade 8:35-8:45 a.m. and eighth grade from 8:45 to 8:55 a.m.

Honor Roll students have an overall average of 90-96. The Principal’s Honor Roll requires an average of 97-100.

The following students will be honored:

Eighth Grade

Principal’s Honor: Colten Jay Allen, Belle Gandulla, Leah Herbek, Shea-Leigh Kristiansen and Adriana Ponce Agredano.

Honor: Brandon Amador, Stephanie Amaya Bonilla, Angeliz Arriaga Munoz, Irwin Barragan Rojas, Zachariah Bickham, Gabriel Bossert, Alyssia Boyles, Jared Briggs, Emily Cardenas Reyes, Ted Caycho Jr., Hope Corbett, Keven Cordero Lima, Nysaiah Davis, Sophia Duarte, Timothy Eronimous, Michael Feijo, McKayla Figueroa, Brooke Golzak, Stephanie Gomez Nivelo, Jade Guaillazaca Lopez, Starriah Harris, Tyler Juron, Hunter Kavleski, Alice King, Lena LaGattuta, Emmanuel Leon-Leon, Patrick McNamara, Peter Miralle Jr., Jessey Miranda, Giselle Payton, Anai Perez Sanchez, Gimena Quiroz Ramirez, Jayla Ramon, Raul Rios, Peyton Rivera, Michael Segovia Ramon, Gabriella Sheridan, Baileigh Steinberg, Michael Tocco, William A Vargas-Martin, Samantha Vidalis, Mason Williams, Aaden Woolard and Alonso Yupanqui.

Seventh Grade

Principal’s Honor: Luca Burgio, Amelia Cole, Joshua DiBartolo, Grace Fitzgerald, Alexandra Galeas Osorio, Jasmine Garcia-Reyes, Sara Liddle, Xavier Martin, Olivia Matuszak, Jacob Pennell, Aaron Ponce Flores, Alena Tarabichi, Anthony Valdez Calle and Sophia Vasko.

Honor: Nathan Alvord, Samantha Bull, Phillip Burrous Jr, Evelin Castillo Hernandez, Matthew Decker, Casity DiBartolo, Laudy D’Oleo, Anthony Gavidia Reyes, Yoscari Gomez Mejia, Miles Harman, Victoria Henry, Mariana Joya-Reyes, Damien Keating, Alexandra Kelly, Elizabeth MacNamara, Selkir Molina Gonzalez, Sariah Ocasio, Alex Olivares-Reyes, Javier Ortiz Paz, Arturo Perez Reyes, Arianna Rodriguez, Sulenny Romero, Quinn Santiago, Everett Schwartz, MaKaidyn Smith, Jace Snowden, Emma Tacti and Wayne Toscano-Gardner.

Sixth Grade

Principal’s Honor: Madison Montgomery Allen, Mya Davis, Claire Ferguson, Antoni Klys, Corinne Lake, Harper Matuszak, Angelick Rivera and Brycen Smith.

Honor: Conner Baum, Faith Boyles, Maria Cinfuentes, Makayla Fuentes Serapio, Michael Garzon Valle, Gavin Grant, Damier Harrington, Alan Hernandez Lopez, Aiden Hernandez Mejia, Jolisa Hernandez, Luna Pixie Hulse, Lilly Kehrley, Sidra Koen James, Matthew Kolarik, Liam LaGattuta, Madison LaMantia, Denis Leon Aldana, Ixchel Marin Gonzalez, Pricilla Matute, Ava McNett, Adner Mejia Aguilar, Americus Mott, Pearl Mott, Liriel Mueses Valdez, Zalaina Nash, Erika Panama, Genesis Paz, Luke Poley, Valeria Ponce Vazquez, Myla Rielly, Kameren Samuel, Aiden Satz, Namarpreet Singh, Hayden Smith, Angel Terraza Raymundo, Erick Torres Garcia, Nahum Vallejo Sandoval, Evan Vidalis, Markel Woeckener and Ethan Zheng.

Fifth Grade

Principal’s Honor: Elisa Barragan, Owen Brust, Farrah Conklin-Degraw, Dia D’Agata, Tristian Degroat, Delilah Flores-Serapio, Lilliana Garzon Ferrufino, Mia Grant, Isabella Intranuovo, Tyler Kavleski, Aubrie Keating, Randy Panchana, Joseph Portillo Larios, Scarlett Ratner, Caleb Rusin and Belinda VanGordon.

Honor: Muhammad Awais, Guiliana Birkett, Emma Boyles, Katarina Card, Riley Church-Bradley, Gregory Dasraj, Marcel Davis, Avery Decker, Conor Deis, Ellis Dilworth, Ronal Dubon Duque, Royce Fingers, Madelyn Garcia Cuellar, Ely Garcia Garcia, Dariana Gonzalez Suarez, Astrid Guardado Diaz, Anabel Hernandez Fuentes, Hudson Jeffrey Jardon, Dylan Joya Reyes, Allison Juarez Perez, Mateusz Klys, Makenzie Knack, Kaleb Laidley, Leandro Leon, Daisuke Mapes, Megan Martinez Gomez, Ayanelson Mazariegos Cuz, Abel McClain, Bentley Moore, Alisha Morales, Karen Mosso, Samuel Negroni, Denali Owens, Makaela Parsons, Lily Paynter, Milsi Ramirez Martinez, Jordanno Rivera, Kailani Rivera, Aaliyssa Rodriguez, Sherlene Romero, Jorge Tacuri Llano, Marjorie Tejada Servellon, Sophie Toledo, Katherine Valdez Calle, Carolina Vera Rivera, Raegan Wagner, Delanie Yupanqui, Sophie Zayas and Subhan Zeeshan.

A message from the superintendent on safety

Dear Liberty,

Spring is here and our schools are brimming with activity.

We welcome and encourage our community to support our students in their athletic, academic and fine art endeavors. However, we are all responsible for making sure our campuses remain a safe place in which to learn.

I want to remind you of the steps that we take to help keep everyone safe on our school campuses.

We appreciate the support our athletes receive, but there are certain rules spectators must follow. We adhere to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association guidelines, which encourage positivity, support and sportsmanship. The full NYSPHSAA policy can be found here.

We also do not allow any tobacco, alcohol, marijuana or other drug use on school grounds.

And while we love our pets, they aren’t allowed on our campuses.

Staff members are onsite during all contests and they will ask those who violate our policies to be in compliance or they will be asked to leave.

Interior safety is also important. Entry to our buildings requires keycard access. Visitors are restricted to a single point of entry in each building. All visitors are required to show a valid ID at an automated kiosk before entering any of our school buildings, and visitors will be buzzed in. Read more at https://www.libertyk12.org/visiting-procedures/

All classrooms require keycard access as well, and doors are expected to remain closed and locked when occupied.

Through our updated door lock system, school officials are able to immediately lock all doors if there is an emergency. As part of the lockdown system, digital signs throughout common areas will help inform students and staff of what is happening. There are also strobe lights inside and outside the building, which will help alert of emergencies and advise those outside the building not to enter. If an emergency occurs, the Liberty Police Department is able to monitor school cameras if a lockdown takes place.

We have also continued our partnership with LPD, placing a school resource officer in each building. They regularly patrol and check for vulnerabilities and are a valuable resource to students and staff.

When it comes to safety, we do have a plan. Our district safety plan, which is updated yearly, can be seen at https://www.libertyk12.org/district-wide-safety-plan/. Our faculty and staff are trained in what to do in the event of an emergency, and our schools have emergency drills several times a year.

As always, we encourage our school community to be proactive in safety with the adage “see something, say something.” We have long had an anonymous alert system, where safety concerns could be reported, at https://asp.schoolmessenger.com/liberty/quicktip/.

Safety for our students and staff is always one of the top priorities for Liberty Central School District, and we appreciate our community’s support.

Sincerely,
Dr. Patrick Sullivan
Superintendent

Two from Liberty to be honored by MHSSC 

Liberty High School English Teacher Michele Clark and Liberty Central School District Board of Education member John Nichols will be honored by the Mid-Hudson School Study Council later this spring.

Michele Clark

Michelle ClarkClark will receive a Teaching Excellence Award, which is “designed to recognize those teachers who have demonstrated excellence in achieving the educational mission at their BOCES, district, or campus level,” according to the MHSSC.

Clark, who has taught English for 30 years, 25 of them at Liberty, will be honored for her commitment to her students and the school community.

“Clark is more than just a teacher; she is a dynamic educator who continuously innovates and enhances her craft,” Superintendent Dr. Patrick Sullivan wrote in nominating her for the award. “Her dedication to professional development and her willingness to explore new teaching methodologies have resulted in engaging and effective lessons that resonate with her students.”

High School Principal Derek Adams agreed, writing in his nomination letter: “In the classroom, Michele exhibits exceptional educational talent, employing effective instructional practices that not only engage students but also yield tangible results in terms of academic growth and achievement.”

Her excellence goes beyond the lessons, Sullivan wrote, calling her “a caring individual who prioritizes building meaningful relationships with her students and colleagues alike.”

“She creates a supportive and inclusive learning environment where every student feels valued and empowered to succeed,” he added. “Her genuine care and concern for her students extend beyond the classroom, as she actively participates in extracurricular activities and mentorship programs to further enrich their educational experience.”

Adams’ noted Clark’s work as Allusions co-advisor, where creative writing, poetry and artistic work come together in the annual Allusions publication.

She is also a leader for her peers, Adams wrote. She is a department facilitator and hosts weekly professional learning community groups to improve her department. “She exemplifies leadership qualities that inspire others and contribute to the professional development of the entire faculty,” he wrote. “She embodies the highest ideals of teaching excellence and is truly deserving of this prestigious honor.”

John Nichols

John NicholsNichols, who has served on Liberty’s school board for more than a decade, including time as board vice president and five years as president, will receive a School Board Service Award. The award is “designed to recognize those individuals who through their selfless efforts have helped guide, support, promote and serve the school districts and communities they represent,” according to the MHSSC.

“The mission of the Liberty Central School District is to empower each student to contribute and thrive in a diverse community by pursuing their potential,” Sullivan wrote in his nomination letter for Nichols. “After reading our mission, I am honored to state that Mr. John Nichols has exemplified our mission throughout his work as a Liberty Central School District Board of Education member.”

Nichols’ goals, Sullivan wrote, “are to provide students with the opportunities and resources to help our students achieve, uphold fiscal responsibility, and represent the entire Liberty Community.”

And that is something Nichols has done well, Sullivan wrote.

Nichols “always stresses the importance of leveraging our resources to expand our curriculum, supports each student that walks through our hallways and relays the voice of his constituents,” Sullivan wrote.

Sullivan also pointed out Nichols’ dedication to students and tradition. In his role as board president and a volunteer firefighter, Nichols, a 1985 LHS graduate, helped the district safely resume the homecoming bonfire during the 2021-22 school year.

Fiscal responsibility is also important to Nichols.

“Mr. Nichols has a strong understanding of our school budget, and he continuously balances fiscal responsibility and innovation,” Sullivan wrote. “(He) continuously supports our Strategic Plan from his Board of Education capacity and has advocated for a minimal tax increase for our school community for several years,” calling him “a true champion for our students, faculty, staff and taxpayers.”

“Liberty would not be on its trajectory if it wasn’t for Mr. Nichols’ leadership,” Sullivan wrote.

The awards will be presented at the MHSSC’s Annual Meeting & Awards Celebration on Wednesday, May 8, in the Fieldstone Auditorium in North Rockland School District

This year, the MHSSC split its awards into two ceremonies. LHS Teaching Assistant Nancy Katzenberger was honored this fall as one the recipients of the MHSSC’s Support Staff Award for Excellence in Education.

Liberty Partnerships Program to offer free summer program

Liberty Partnerships Program will host its free summer program for students at Liberty, Monticello and BOCES in grades through 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, July 8-Aug. 1, at SUNY Sullivan Community College.

Activities will include life skills, English language supports, team building, elective service learning reading project, sustainability, healthy relationships, career supports, culinary arts, farm to table and healthy culinary choices. Programs will be offered by SUNY Sullivan Community College, Cornell SNAP-Ed, PPGNY, Follow Us to Success, Hope Farm and SUNY Sullivan Student Activities.

There will be free transportation from Liberty High School daily.

To download an application, available in English and Spanish, visit https://www.facebook.com/SullivanLPP/. For more information, contact LLP at 845-434-5750, ext. 4264, or at LPP@sunysullivan.edu.

Sports schedule, and results, for the week of April 22-28, 2024

Our athletes will be in action in baseball, softball, tennis, golf and track and field this week. 

Here are the schedule and results, if available. Livestream links are included where available.

Monday, April 22

3:30 p.m.: Girls Varsity Golf vs. Sullivan West Central at Villa Roma Country Club

4:30 p.m.: JV Baseball vs. Sullivan West Central at Liberty High School

4:30 p.m.: JV Softball  vs. Onteora at Liberty High School.

4:45 p.m.: Varsity Baseball vs. Sullivan West Central at Sullivan West – Lake Huntington

4:45 p.m.: Varsity Softball vs. Ellenville at Berme Road Field
Result: Ellenville 13, Liberty 1. Ellenville’s Victoria Bonitz struck out 9 batters while allowing just three hits as the Blue Devils took down Liberty 13-1 Monday afternoon. The Redhawks’ Angie Wheeler, Aaliyah Williams and Elaina Ramirez each had singles. Liberty’s record falls to 3-3 with the loss.

Tuesday, April 23

3:30 p.m.: Boys Varsity Golf vs. Port Jervis at Lynx at Riverbend at Sullivan County Golf and Country Club.

4:15 p.m.: Boys Modified Baseball vs. Tri-Valley at Liberty Middle School

Wednesday, April 24

4 p.m.: Boys and Girls Varsity Track and Field vs. Monticello at Liberty High School.

4:30 p.m.: Varsity Baseball vs. Beacon City at Liberty High School.

4:30 p.m.: Varsity Softball  vs. Beacon City at Liberty High School
Result: Beacon 7, Liberty 0. Beacon’s Bella White struck out eight and gave up just five hits to lead the Bulldogs to a 7-0 shutout victory over Liberty. Angie Wheeler threw very well in defeat pitching six innings giving up only 2 earned runs while striking out eight. Offensively, five Redhawks had singles: Quinn Allen, Angie Wheeler, Aaliyah Williams, Olivia Dworetsky and Brenna Mangan. Liberty’s record falls to 3-4 (0-1 League).

5:15 p.m.: JV Baseball vs. Port Jervis at Harriet Space Park.

Thursday, April 25

3:30 p.m.: Girls Varsity Golf vs. Monticello at The Monster at Resort World Catskill.

4 p.m.: Boys Varsity Golf vs. Monticello at The Monster at Resort World Catskill.

4:30 p.m.: Varsity Baseball  vs. Port Jervis at Liberty Middle School

4:30 p.m.: Varsity Softball vs. Port Jervis at Liberty High School
Result: Port Jervis 28, Liberty 4. The Raiders 22-hit attack helped overwhelm the Redhawks as Port Jervis went on to crush Liberty 28-4. Both Nevaeh Davis and Quinn Allen each had a single, RBI and run scored. Aubrey Botsford, Aaliyah Williams and Elaina Ramirez also had hits for the Redhawks. Liberty’s record falls to 3-5 (0-2 League).

4:30 p.m.: Boys and Girls Modified Track and Field vs. Sullivan West Central at Sullivan West – Jeffersonville.

4:45 p.m.: Modified Baseball  vs. Eldred at Liberty High School.

4:45 p.m.: Modified Softball vs. Eldred at Eldred High School

6 p.m.: Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Washingtonville at Monticello High.

Friday, April 26

4 p.m.: Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Warwick Valley School District at Warwick Valley Middle School.

Saturday, April 27

9 a.m.: Wildcat Tournament: Varsity Softball vs. Livingston Manor at Livingston Manor High School.
Result:  Liberty 10, Livingston Manor 2. Angie Wheeler was dominant in the circle, striking out 12, as she led Liberty to a 10-2 victory over Livingston Manor in the opening round of the Wildcat Tournament. Angie pitched 6 innings giving up just 1 earned run and 4 hits while striking out 12. Angie also had a strong day at the plate going 2-3 with an RBI and 2 runs scored. Megan Schmidt added a triple, 2 RBI and 2 runs scored. Nevaeh Davis ran wild with 4 stolen bases and scored 3 runs. Quinn Allen also chipped in a single, RBI, and 2 runs scored while Brenna Mangan had a single and RBI.

11 a.m.: Wildcat Tournament: Varsity Baseball vs. Hancock-Deposit at Livingston Manor High School.

1 p.m.: Wildcat Tournament consolation games

3 p.m.: Wildcat Tournament championship games

Liberty Redhawks softball players pose with a plaqueSoftball Result:  Sullivan West 17, Liberty 1. Sullivan West’s offense was just too much for Liberty as the Bulldogs as they pounded out 15 hits and stole10 bases as they went on to overwhelm the Redhawks 17-1. Offensively, Quinn Allen finished 2-2 with an RBI while Nevaeh Davis went 1-2 with a run scored. Olivia Dworetsky also had a single for Liberty. Angie Wheeler was named to the All-Tournament team.

Sunday, April 28

No events scheduled.

The schedule is subject to change. Check the Liberty schedule on the Section 9 website for the latest. 

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