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