Liberty High School’s baseball team fell to District 3 champion Warwick 6-4 on Thursday evening in the PIAA Class 6A final at Penn State University’s Medlar Field. The Hurricanes (26-3) came up short in their bid to become just the second state baseball champion from the Lehigh Valley and first in the largest size classification.
Liberty High School’s baseball team derailed the juggernaut on Monday night. The Hurricanes rallied in the sixth inning and defeated District 2 champion Hazleton 4-2 in the PIAA Class 6A semifinals at East Stroudsburg University’s facility at Creekview Park.
Noah Gyauch-Quirk had one more tightrope act to complete. Liberty’s sophomore pitcher, who’d improbably worked out of danger a handful of times, stranded a runner at third base in the seventh inning to complete the Hurricanes’ 1-0 shutout of Manheim Township in the PIAA Class 6A first round on Monday night at DeSales University’s Weiland Park.
Liberty High School baseball team is in the District 11 Class 6A championship game because of the junior’s mad dash from second base across an unoccupied home plate to score the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning of a 5-4 victory over Parkland in Sunday’s semifinal at DeSales University’s Weiland Park.
Liberty High School students celebrated their prom Friday. Contributing photographer Chris Shipley was there to capture many of the students as they arrived for the prom. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.
The Cazenovia girls and boys track and field teams each won their respective league title at the Onondaga High School League Liberty Division Small School championships at Hannibal on Monday. The girls team chalked up 236 team points by winning five events and placing second in 12 events.