Sports Roundup (Week of 2/24/19)

Tuesday, February 26

Boys Basketball

Liberty  66 Spakenkill 72

Teams.. …..Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty…….22 – 12 – 19 – 13
Spack……….9 – 15 – 23 – 25

Contributors

Ashton Barrett – Team high 20 points
Kymanni Dennis – 17 points
Bobby McCleod – 15 points
Chris Bayer – 12 points (4 3-pointers)

Game Highlights

Indians HOT in the first quarter outscoring Spakenkill 22-9
Liberty leads by 10 at the half
Both teams play aggressive defense
Spakenkill surges in the second half when Liberty fails to convert many opportunities

Record

Liberty 10 – 11

Athlete registration goes digital through FamilyID

Athlete registration just got easier! The Athletic Department is going digital through FamilyID, a secure registration platform that provides students with an easy, user-friendly way to register for sports.

When you register through FamilyID, the system keeps track of your information in your FamilyID profile. You enter your information only once for each family member for multiple uses and multiple programs.

Before you register

All student-athletes must have a current physician’s physical on file with the health office to participate in sports. If your student athlete’s physical is expired, you may submit a new one to the health office by taking a picture or scanning a copy and uploading it to the FamilyID form or please hand in a copy to the appropriate school health office.

Registration process

A parent/guardian should register by clicking on this link: https://www.familyid.com/liberty-central-school-district-athletics

Follow these steps:To find your program, click on the link provided by the Organization above and select the registration form under the word “Programs.”

  1. To find your program, click on the link provided by the Organization above and select the registration form under the word Programs.
  2. Next click on the green Register Now button and scroll, if necessary, to the Create Account/Log In green buttons. If this is your first time using FamilyID, click Create Account. Click Log In, if you already have a FamilyID account.
  3. Create your secure FamilyID account by entering the account owner First and Last names (parent/guardian), E-mail address and password. Select I Agree to the FamilyID Terms of Service. Click Create Account.
  4. You will receive an email with a link to activate your new account. (If you don’t see the email, check your E-mail filters (spam, junk, etc.).
  5. Click on the link in your activation E-mail, which will log you into FamilyID.com
  6. Once in the registration form, complete the information requested. All fields with a red* are required to have an answer.
  7. Click the Continue button when your form is complete.
  8. Review your registration summary
  9. Click the green Submit After selecting ‘Submit’, the registration will be complete. You will receive a completion email from FamilyID confirming your registration.

If you need assistance with registration, contact FamilyID at support@familyid.com or 888-800-5583 ext. 1.  Support is available seven  days per week and messages will be returned promptly.

Liberty basketball teams make playoffs

The Lady Indians defeated Monticello 50-43 on Thursday, February 21 to even their record at .500. This qualified the team for the Section IX Class B playoffs for the first time in six years! The Lady Indians, seeded 8th,  play Rondout Valley, the 9th seed, in a HOME game at 6 p.m. on Saturday, February 23.Click here for more information on the game against Monticello. 

The Boys team previously qualified and is seeded 4th in Section IX Class B. They will host 5th seeded Spackenkill at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, February 26.

Come out for both games and cheer your teams into the next round!

LIBERTY PRIDE!

Sports Roundup (Week of 2/17/19)

Tuesday, February 19

Boys Basketball

Liberty  86 Chester 76

Teams.. …..Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty…….31 – 16 – 19 – 20
Chester…..16 – 17 – 13 – 30

Contributors

Bobby McCleod – Team high 25 points
Kymanni Dennis – 18 points
Ashton Barrett – 17 points
Chris Bayer – 17 points

Game Highlights

Indians HOT on the first quarter outscoring Chester 31-16
Liberty hits 17 2-point shots and  16 3-point shots

Record

Liberty 10 – 10

Girls Basketball

Liberty  47 Chester 39

Teams.. …..Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty…….
Chester…..

Contributors

Kassidy DeGroat –  15 points, 10 rebounds – 3rd double-double
Kelsey Morgans – 13 points, 6 assists, and 5 rebounds
Ally Roth – 11 points, 6 steals

Game Highlights

Team played great defense and moved the ball well offensively. Team is one win away from sectionals for the first time in 6 years.

Record

Liberty

Thursday, February 21

Girls Basketball

Liberty  50 Monticello 43

Teams.. …..Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty………9 – 14 – 16 – 11
Monticello…4 – 15 – 9 – 15

Contributors

Ally Roth – 16 points, 5 steals, 4 rebounds
Kelsey Morgans – 15 points, 6 rebounds
Kassidy DeGraot – 8 rebounds, 5 steals

Game Highlights

Team evens record at .500 and earns first playoff game in six years!
Monticello played a tough game right down to the last few seconds but the Lady Indians prevailed.

Record

Liberty 10-10

Friday, February 22

Wrestling

On Friday, February 22, members of the ELS Wrestling team traveled to Albany to compete in the NYSPHSAA Division II Individual Wrestling Tournament at the Time sUnion Center. The wrestlers who represented ELS and Section IX were Nick Curreri (Eldred) at 145, Cesar Santiago (Liberty) at 170, Drew Bendy (Liberty) at 182, and James DeAveiro (Sullivan West) at 195.

In the outbracket bouts that start the tournament, Cesar Santiago defeated. Aidan Shepardson (Dalton School-AIS) by a score of 7-3. Drew Bendy wrestled a close match but lost to Pat Quinn (Seaford-8) by a score of 11-8. In the round of sixteen Nick Curreri  lost 11-5 to Malachy Farrell (Avon-Geneseo-5). Cesar Santiago and James DeAveiro also lost to their opponents in this round.

Indoor Track

On Friday, February 22, members of the Liberty Indoor Track team traveled to Gillis Fieldhouse at the United States Military Academy at West Point to compete in the 2019Section IX state qualifier meet. This meet is highly competitive and qualifies athletes to go to the NYSPHSAA State Indoor track Championship at Ocean Breeze on February on Saturday, March 2.

The Liberty athletes competing where Brooke Roth in the long hump, Alexandra Riley and Sydneigh Fleischman in the 1500m walk and Miguel Campos in the 600m dash. All the athletes posted personal bests in the meet. Brooke Roth had the the best finish making the finals of the long jump and placing fifth among all jumpers. In the race walk Alexandra Riley placed seventh with  Sydneigh Fleischman closed behind in eighth. Alexandra’s time of 8:53.7 minutes is a new school record. Alex started the year with a time of 9:49 but continued to improve her technique and saw her time drop by almost one minute.  Miguel Campos was seeded 21st in the 600 but ran his best time of the year to finish 12th.

Girls Basketball

Liberty 46 Rondout Valley 61

Teams.. …..Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty……..10 – 13 – 19 – 14
Rondout……20 – 13 – 16 – 12

Contributors

Kelsey Morgans -Team high 29 points
Ally Roth – 9 pointss

Game Highlights

Liberty started the game down 20-10 after the first quarter and was never able to recover. Cold shooting and Rondout’s ability to break the press contributed to the loss.

The team can be proud that they went from 1-19 last season to 10-10 this year. They made the playoffs for the first time in six years. Three starters return plus several bench players and girls moving up from the JV team.

Record

Liberty 10-11

Sports Roundup (Week of 2/10/19)

Sunday, February 10

Wrestling

The ELS wrestling team traveled to Ulster County Community College on Sunday, February 10 to participate in the Section IX Division II wrestling tournament. The team is composed of wrestlers from Eldred, Liberty and Sullivan West and their motto is “There schools, one team.”  The team recently captured the Section IX Divison II team championship which earned them a trip to Syracuse.

In the tournament on Sunday, ELS placed third behind powerhouse Port Jervis and nemesis Highland. Four wrestlers earned section titles and a right to represent Section IX at the state tournament. Nick Curreri (Eldred) was the first ELS wrestler to punch his ticket to states by pinning his opponent in the 145 weight class.  At 170 pounds Cesar Santiago (Liberty) dominated his opponent to secure a trip to Albany. Drew Bendy (Liberty) took the title at 182 blanking the opposing grappler.  Finally, James DeAveiro (Sullivan West) put his opponent to his back and ended the bout by a pin in 42 seconds.

Other wrestlers who placed in the top four included Henry Peters (SW) placing second at 160, Quintin Herzog (Liberty) who was fourth at 99 pounds, Joey Curreri (Eldred) third in the 120-pound weight class, and Marshall Thomas (Liberty) fourth at 182.

The NYSPHSAA 2019 Individual Wrestling Championships will be held at the Times Union Center in Albany. The preliminary and quarterfinal round will be held on Friday, February 22 with the semifinals and finals on Saturday, February 23.

Indoor Track

The Varsity Indoor Track team traveled to West Point on Sunday for the OCIAA Championships. This meet pits small schools like Liberty against powerhouse schools such as Newburgh, Warwick, and Monroe-Woodbury.
Several athletes recorded personal bests in this very competitive setting.

Nicole Blais had personal bests in the 300 and 600. Sydneigh Fleischman had a personal best in the triple jump. Both Sydneigh and Alexandra Riley turned in exceptional performances in the 1500 racewalk, besting their previous marks by 30 seconds each!

On the boys side, Steven Cardenas and Gabe Desrochers had personal bests in the 300. Jose Luna cut 6 seconds off his season’s best in the 600. Kevin Raymond increased his long jump mark by a foot and a half! Dustyn Kratz increased his mark in shot out by a foot!

The team is eager to compete in the Class B meet on Saturday, February 16 at West Point against other similarly sized schools.

Monday, February 11

Boys Basketball

Liberty 73 Eldred 39

Teams.. …..Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty
Eldred

Contributors

Ashton Barrett – 16 points
Kymanni Dennis – 11 points
Jerlyn Hernandez – 10 points
Bobby McCleod – 10 points

Game Highlights

None

Record

Liberty 8 – 10

Wednesday, February 13

The win over Fallsburg, a league opponent, qualified the Indians for postseason sectional play!

Boys Basketball

Liberty  71 Fallsburg 35

Teams.. …..Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty…….11 – 19 – 18 – 23
Fallsburg…2 – 11 – 13 – 9

Contributors

Jerlyn Hernandez – Game high 17 points, 10 rebounds
Kymanni Dennis – 16 points, 10 rebounds
Ashton Barrett – 15 points
Bobby McCleod – 11 points

Game Highlights

Indians started out slowly but gradually picked up the intensity as the game continued by getting to the rim and controlling the boards. With this win the Indians clinch their 6th straight playoff birth. 

Record

Liberty 9 – 10

Friday, February 15

Girls Basketball

Liberty 46 Livingston Manor 31

Teams.. …..Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty……
Manor……

Contributors

Ally Roth – 18 pts, 4 steals, 3 assists
Kelsey Morgans – 6 pts, 2 steals, 3 assists
Kassidy Degroat – 8 rebounds
Gabby Magie –  5 rebounds

Game Highlights

None

Record

Liberty

Saturday, February 16

Girls Basketball

Liberty 21 Burke Catholic 51

Teams.. …..Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty……
Burke……

Contributors

Kelsey Morgans – 7 pt
Kassidy Degroat – 7 pts

Game Highlights

None supplied

Record

Liberty – not supplied

Indoor Track

The Varsity Indoor Track team traveled to West Point on Saturday for the Section IX Class B Championship. This meet included all the “smaller” schools in Section 9 from Port Jervis to Chapel Field.

Although the Liberty girls had only seven competitors each athlete stepped up to try to score for the team. The girls were able to hold on to third place until the end of the meet when they dropped to fourth scoring an incredible 45 points!

Brianna Roth was section champion in the pole vault and leapt to second in the high jump. Brooke Roth was second in the long jump, fourth in triple jump and sixth in the 55 hurdles. Alexandra Riley and Sydneigh Fleischman placed second and third in the 1500 meter walk.

Unfortunately, the boys did not fair as well with most athletes recording subpar performances. The team scored only three points and finished next to last in the standings. Miguel Campos was  the only boy able to score points. Miguel placed fifth in the 600 and fifth in the 1000.

Several athletes have met the standard to compete in the Section IX state qualifying meet on Friday, February 22 at West Point. These athletes must wait for the seed meeting on Wednesday to find out if they can attend the meet.

Sport Roundup (Week of 2/3/19)

Monday, February 4

Boys Basketball

Liberty 73 Tri-Valley 43

Teams.. …..Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty…… 11 – 24 – 24 – 14
Tri-Valley 14 – 11 -11 – 7

Contributors

Ashton Barrett – 26 points
Connor Roth – 10 points
Kymanni Dennis – 10 points
Chris Bayer – 10 points
Jerlyn Hernandez – 7 points, 14 rebounds

Game Highlights

None

Record

Liberty 7 – 10

Indoor Track

Sullivan County Championships @ SCCC

The Liberty Boys Indoor Track Team traveled to Sullivan County Community College to compete in the Sullivan County Indoor Track Championship. Although team scores were not compiled, several boys placed in the top six earning medals and ribbons for their performances.

Starting off the meet, the 4×2 team of Miguel Campos-Castro, Jose Luna, Wilber Gomez and Steven Cardenas placed third. Miguel Campos-Castro was second in the 1000. Raul Morales was sixth in the 55 dash. Jose Luna placed fifth in the 600-meter run. Steven Cardenas was third in the 300 while Gabe Desrochers was sixth in the same race. Dustyn Kratz placed third in the shot put.

The Girls Varsity Indoor Track team competed in theSullivan County Indoor Track Championship.  While there was no team scoring in the meet, several girls placed in their events, earning medals and ribbons for their efforts.

Jerikah Fleischman was third in shot put. Katrina Blais was fifth in the 55 hurdles and third in the 300. Kylie Bachman was third in hurdles and sixth in the 600. Brooke Roth was second in hurdles and fifth in high jump. Brianna Roth was fourth in high jump and first in the 1000. Katrina, Kylie, Brooke, and Brianna combined to place second in the 4×2 lap relay. Many girls had season best times in their events as well.

Alpine Skiing

The boys and girls of the Liberty Alpine Ski Team traveled to Belleayre Mountain in Highmount for a giant slalom race. Julia Johnson was third in the girls race.  No Liberty boys placed in the top 15.

Tuesday, February 5

Girls Basketball

Liberty 41 O’Neill 57

Teams.. Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty  11 – 10 – 8 – 12
O’Neill  7 – 17 – 13 – 20

Contributors

Kelsey Morgans – 14 points
Kassidy DeGroat – 14 points

Game Highlights

None

Record

Liberty 6 – 8

Alpine Skiing

The boys and girls of the Liberty Alpine Ski Team traveled to Belleayre Mountain in Highmount for a slalom race. Julia Johnson was fourth in the girls race.  Tanner Parks placed 15th for the boys.

Friday, February 8

Girls Basketball

Liberty 26 Rondout Valley 39

Teams.. Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty
Rondout

Contributors

No information available.

Game Highlights

No information available.

Record

Liberty 6 – 9

 

 

Sports Roundup (Week of 1/27/19)

Monday, January 28th

Girls Basketball

Liberty  47 Fallsburg 63

Teams.. Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty 6 – 16 – 11 – 14
Fallsburg  12 – 22 – 18 – 11

Contributors

Kelsey Morgans – Team high 11 points
Ally Roth and Angel Giarratano – 9 points each

Game Highlights

Hard fought game against a scrappy Comets team

Record

Liberty 5 – 7

Thursday, January 31st

Boys Basketball

Liberty 74 O’Neill 69

Teams.. Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty 16 – 20 – 10 – 28
O’Neill 11 – 14 – 22 – 22

Contributors

Ashton Barrett – Team high 27 points
Kymanni Dennis – 13 points
Connor Roth – 12 points
Jerlyn Hernandez – 10 rebounds

Game Highlights

Indians avenge home loss by beating O’Neill on their floor
Indians battled for four quarters against the Raiders
Indians combined for 12 three point shots
Connor Roth and Kymanni Dennis were both in double figures
Roth also had two clutch free throws to “ice” the game.
Indians are one league win away from clinching a playoff berth

Record

Liberty 6 – 9

Wrestling

The ELS Varsity Wrestling Team hosted the Onteora Eagles and the Rondout Valley in the Robert VanSlyke Memorial Gymnasium. ELS dominated both teams securing two Section IX wins. ELS beat Onteora 54-30 and then won against Rondout Valley 52-28.

The fans were also treated to six bouts of Pee Wee wrestling by members of the Liberty Warriors sponsored by the Town of Liberty Parks and Recreation Department.

It was also Senior Night for the wrestling team and all the senior wrestlers from all three schools were honored. Each senior was given a flower to present to a family member. The wrestlers met their family at center mat for congratulations and pictures. Those honored were Drew Bendy (Liberty), Caesar Santiago (Liberty), Kegan Campbell (Liberty), Nick Curreri (Eldred), James DeAverio (Sullivan West) and Nate Edwards (Sullivan West).

Coach John Lennon was also honored for 39 years of coaching wrestling in the Liberty CSD. Coach Lennon is proud of this year’s team that captured the Section IX Division 2 Dual Meet Championship for the first time. This earned them a ticket to the state dual meet championship in Syracuse. Coach Lennon was an accomplished wrestler for the Indians in the mid 1960’s!

Friday, February 1st

Boys Basketball

Liberty 46 Monticello 51

Teams…….. Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty……. 19 – 6- 19 – 2
Monticello 16 – 11 – 12 -12

Contributors

Kymanni Dennis -12 points, 10 rebounds (double-double)
Ashton Barrett- 12 points

Game Highlights

The Indians picked up where they left off against O’Neill but could not close it out after going cold in the fourth quarter.

Record

Liberty 6 – 10

Girls Basketball

Liberty 60 Monticello 22

 

Teams……Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty….. 14 – 19 – 21 – 6
Monticello 3 – 5 – 6 – 8

Contributors

Kelsey Morgans – game high 29 points, 10 steals (double-double)
Ally Roth  – 7 points, 7 steals
Annalyse Holbert – 8 points (off the bench)

Game Highlights

Everyone got good minutes in the game and contributed to the win
The team only had 8 turnovers the whole game

Record

Liberty 6 – 7

 

Sports Roundup (Week of 1/20/19)

This week had a limited number of sporting events due to the inclement weather.

Friday, January 25

Boys Basketball

Liberty 69, Sullivan West 51

Teams.. Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty 30 – 14 – 20 – 5
West ….14 – 13 – 8 – 16

Contributors

Jerlyn Hernandez – Team high 16 points
Ashton Barrett – 13 points
Bobby Mcleod and Kymanni Dennis – 12 points each
Connor Roth – 9 points and 5 assists

Game Highlights

Great minutes from the bench with Paul Symanski leading scoring with 4 points

Record

Liberty 5-9

Boys Indoor Track

On Friday, the Boys Varsity Indoor Track Team traveled to Gillis Fieldhouse at West point to compete in the Orange County League Division 4 Championship. Several Liberty athletes had performances that scored for the team.

The 4×400 meter relay team of Jose Luna, Wilbur Gomez, Miguel Campos, and Kevin Raymond earned a first-place finish. Sophomore Miguel Campos was third in the 1000 and fourth in the 1600.  Sophomore Steven Cardenas ran to a third-place finish in the 55 hurdles. The 4×200 meter relay team of Gabe Desrochers, Raul Morales, Raul, Owen Siegel, and Steven Cardenas placed fourth. The 4×800 meter relay team of Huan Romero, Eric Zheng, Zach Haberzettl and Iain Eleanbassi earned fourth place honors. Senior Dustyn Kratz placed fourth in shot put. Junior Kevin Raymond was fourth in the 600. Junior John Nolan was fourth in the 55 hurdles. Junior Richie Jandik placed fourth in the weight throw. Sophomore Jose Luna leaped to a fourth-place finish in triple jump. Freshman Gabe Desrochers placed sixth in the 300. Sophomore Owen Siegel was sixth in triple jump.

The team will compete next in the Sullivan County Championships at Sullivan County Community College on Wednesday.

Girls Indoor Track

The Girls Varsity Indoor Track team traveled to West Point on Friday night to compete in the OCL Division 4 Championship.  The team, consisting of only nine girls, combined to score 80 team points and finish fourth in their division.  Each member of the team scored and many set season best performances in their events.  Some girls competed in an event for the first time in order to help the team score.

Placing fifth were: Katrina Blais in the 300, Jerikah Fleischman in shot put and the 4×800 relay team of Jerikah, Nicole Blais, Balvina Garcia and Alexandra Riley.  Placing fourth was Kylie Bachman in the 55 meter hurdles. Sydneigh Fleischman was third in triple jump. Second place honors went to Brooke Roth in 55 hurdles, Brianna Roth in high jump, and the 4×400 relay team of Kylie, Brianna, Syndeigh, and Katrina.

Winning their events and earning the title of Division 4 Champion were Alexandra Rileyin the 1500 meter racewalk, Brianna Roth in pole vault, and double winner Brooke Rothin the long jump and triple jump. Brooke had new season best marks in both event.

The team will compete next in the Sullivan County Championships at Sullivan County Community College on Wednesday.

Saturday, January 26

ELS Wrestling

Round 1
Tioga 67 ELS 13

Round 2
Seaford 56 ELS 21

The ELS wrestling team faced the #1 ranked Tioga Tigers of Section 4 in the first round of the NYSPHSAA Dual Meet Wrestling Championship on Saturday. ELS lost the match 67-13 with Joey Curreri (120) winning by fall and Cesar Santiago (170) and James DeAveiro (195) prevailing by decision. In the second round, ELS dropped a match to the Seaford Vikings of Section 8 by a score of 56-21. Joey Curreri, Nick Curreri (145) and Drew Bendy (182) had pins, and James DeAveiro won by decision.

The team still has several more league meets and the Section 9 championships at the end of the season. Come out and support the team at their home meet this THURSDAY at Liberty!

 

Wrestlers gain state tournament

Picture of ELS wrestling team
                       ELS Wrestling team after winning Section 9 Dual Meet Championship

On Tuesday, January 8, the Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West team defeated the fourth-seeded Highland Huskies 37-36 to win their first-ever Section 9 Dual Meet Championship! The match was tied 36-36 after all bouts were completed. ELS was awarded the victory because they won 8 bouts to the Huskies’ 7.

The team’s win at the Section 9 Dual Meet Championship qualified them for the New York State Public High School Athletic Association 2019 Dual Meet Wrestling Championships. The team travels to Syracuse on Friday, January 25 to stay overnight for the tournament the next day. They will compete at Onondaga Community College starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday. There are two divisions with twelve teams in each division. ELS will compete as an unseeded team in Division II. Their first match is against top-seeded Tioga from Section 4.

More information is available at NYSPHSAA Wrestling.

 

Sports Roundup (Week of 1/13/2019)

Monday, January 14

Boys Basketball

Liberty 75 TriValley 29

Teams.. Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty 23 – 13 – 20 – 19
TriValley 0 – 10 – 11 – 8

Contributors

Kymanni Dennis – Game high 20 points
Ashton Barrett – 17 points
Jerlyn Hernandez and Bobby McLeod – 13 points each

Game Highlights

Indians coming out hot in the first quarter with 23 points
Key defensive play from the Indians zone defense and full court pressure
Bench players get significant minutes allowing starters to rest

Record

Liberty 5-6

Girls Basketball

Liberty 37 O’Neill 36

Teams.. Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty 6 – 6 – 15 – 10
O’Neill 7 – 8 – 8 – 13

Contributors

Kelsey Morgans – Game high 20 points
Ally Roth – 7 points
Kassidy DeGroat – 12 rebounds

Game Highlights

Indians use big third quarter to go ahead
Kelsey Morgans found Katy Decker under the basket for the go ahead basket with only 8 seconds left in the game
The Indians cam3 up with a big defensive stop at the other end to hold off O’Neill
Extend win streak to 3 games

Record

Liberty 4-5

Tuesday, January 15

Girls Basketball

Liberty 59 Roscoe 30

Teams.. Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty 17 – 9 – 16 – 17
Roscoe  5 – -6 – 12 -7

Contributors

Kelsey Morgans – Game high 23 points, 10 steals (double double)
Ally Roth – 13 points, 8 steals
Angel Girrantano – 10 points, 8 rebounds
Kassidy DeGroat – 12 rebounds

Game Highlights

Indians extend win streak to four games with another road win
Reach .500 record

Record

Liberty 5-5

Wednesday, January 16

Wrestling (non-league)

SAUGERTIES 66, ELDRED-LIBERTY-SULLIVAN WEST 15

99 pounds: Colby Amell (S) won by forfeit; 106: Robert Drost (S) pin Quintin Herzog :46; 113: Kristian Chauncey (S) pin Patrick Adams 1:32; 120: Joey Curreri (ELSW) pin Angel Lemus :41; 126: Brendon Bergen (S) pin Charles Amoroso 2:25; 132: James Heinlein (S) pin Tim Dirie :41; 138: Crew Belnap (S) d. Mark Amoroso 8-2; 145: Nick Curreri (ELSW) pin Jacobus Hockx 1:11; 152: Sean Costello (S) pin Wayne Kratz :48; 160: Daniel Ball (S) d. Henry Peters 8-4; 170: Matt Bucci (S) pin Cesar Santiago 4:48; 182: Graeme Knisell (S) pin Drew Bendy 1:47; 195: James DeAveiro (ELSW) d. Anthony Owen 5-4; 220: James Bucci (S) pin Andrew Scamihorn :46; 285: Ayden Patterson-Sprance (S) pin Nathaniel Edwards 2:50.

Boys Basketball

Liberty 45 Minisink Valley 49

Teams… Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty.. 5 – 11 – 14 – 15
Minisink 15 – 13 – 11 – 11

Contributors

Kymanni Dennis – 16 points
Ashton Barnett – 12 points
Bobby McLeod – 9 points

Game Highlights

None

Record

Liberty 5-7

Thursday, January 17

Girls Basketball

Liberty 26 Onteora 51

Teams.. Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty
Onteora

Contributors

Kassidy DeGroat – 12 points

Game Highlights

None

Record

Liberty 5-6

Boys Basketball

Liberty 45 Minisink Valley 49

Teams… Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty.. 5 – 11 – 14 – 15
Minisink 15 – 13 – 11 – 11

Contributors

Kymanni Dennis – 16 points
Ashton Barnett – 12 points
Bobby McLeod – 9 points

Game Highlights

None

Record

Liberty 5-7

Friday, January 18

Liberty 29 Cornall 44

Teams… Q1 – Q2 – Q3 – Q4
Liberty….. 4 – 8 -10 – 7
Cornwall 10 – 10 – 12 – 12

Contributors

Kymanni Dennis – 12 points
Ashton Barnett – 12 points
Bobby McLeod – 9 points

Game Highlights

None

Record

Liberty 5-8

 

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