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Football Advances to Regional Championship

Congratulations to the Liberty Football on their thrilling 17-14 victory over Gahanna Lincoln HS in a Division I Regional Semi-Final game last Friday at Westerville North. The Patriots earned the school’s second consecutive trip to the Regional Championship game while improving to 10-2 on the season.  Liberty will play undefeated Toledo Whitmer tomorrow night 7:30pm at

Softball Fundraiser – HoneyBaked Hams

Just in time for the holidays!  Liberty softball is having a HoneyBaked Ham gift card fundraiser. For every gift card purchased through the link below, the softball team will receive 20%. Purchase through December 16th.

16 Patriots Sign Early National Letters of Intent

On Wednesday’s National Signing Day, Liberty had a record number of 16 student athletes sign their early National Letters Intent.  Congratulations to these outstanding athletes who will continue their athletic playing careers in college: (pictured L to R) Front Row: Cole Corder, Golf – Wright State University Trey Rath, Golf – Xavier University Jordan Rosselli, Wrestling- University of Oklahoma Ed

American Family Insurance Athlete of the Week 11/9/17

Gracie Sprankle, Junior, Cross Country Despite running all but the first 800 meters of the State Championship Meet at National Trail Raceway last Saturday with one shoe, Sprankle finished 4th with a career personal record of 17:35.5. Her amazing effort helped lead the Patriots Girls Cross Country team to a 3rd place finish for their second best State meet finish

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Dispatch: Gracie Sprankle, without shoe, leads Olentangy Liberty to third

By Steve Blackledge The Columbus Dispatch Posted Nov 4, 2017 at 7:52 PM KIRKERSVILLE — About 800 meters into the Division I state championship girls race at National Trail Raceway, Gracie Sprankle of Olentangy Liberty felt a twinge of pain in her right heel as a fellow competitor clipped her, forcing her shoe to come off. “I really didn’t know what