Liberty girls soccer team celebrates its 3-0 win over Cedarcrest Saturday to win the District 1/2 2A girls soccer tournament at Shoreline Stadium. The Patriots enter the state tournament as the No. 1 seed. (Sarah Brenden | Renton Reporter)

Liberty girls soccer team celebrates its 3-0 win over Cedarcrest Saturday to win the District 1/2 2A girls soccer tournament at Shoreline Stadium. The Patriots enter the state tournament as the No. 1 seed. (Sarah Brenden | Renton Reporter)

Liberty soccer are district champs

The Liberty girls soccer team hosted its first game of the 2A state tournament Tuesday.

The Patriots beat Fife 5-1 Tuesday and moves on to play North Kitsap next.

The time, date and location of that game had not been determined yet at the press deadline.

Scoring for the Patriots in the first round of state was Makena Carr with three goals, Nikayla Copenhaver and Savannah Miles each with one goal.

Earning assists were Copenhaver with two and Carr with one.

The girls won the 2A district tournament Saturday beating Cedarcrest 3-0 at Shoreline Stadium.

Copenhaver scored two goals and Carr scored one goal in the championship game.

Carr along with Chloe Winn and Kalyn Gill each earned an assist.

The Patriots started the tournament beating Lakewood 5-0 in the first round and then winning 2-0 over Sehome in the semifinals.

4A — Hazen

In the 4A district tournament Oct. 31 the Hazen Highlanders lost 3-1 to Skyview in a loser out game.

2A — Lindbergh

The Eagles won its first game of the district 3 2A tournament 5-1 over Highline Oct. 28 before losing 2-1 to Olympic on Oct. 31.

In a loser out game on Nov. 2, the Eagles beat Orting 3-2 to advance.

In another loser out game, Lindbergh fell 3-1 to Port Angeles ending the Eagles season.

Liberty heads to state

After winning 21-0 to Burlington-Edison Nov. 3, the Patriots football team heads to state as the No. 2 seed.

Liberty will face Fife in the first round of the state tournament at 7 p.m. today, Friday, Nov. 10 at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner.

4A — Hazen

In a loser out game Nov. 3, the Highlanders hosted the Sumner Spartans.

Sumner won 42-7.

Liberty boys, girls cross country team top 10 in state

The state cross country meet took off Saturday in Pasco.

The boys and girls ran the 5,000 meters course at Sun Willows Golf Course.

The Liberty boys team scored 137 taking fourth in the 2A meet. The girls took eighth with 183.

Siri Christopherson took 13th for the Patriots in 19 minutes, 24.90 seconds and Luke Knoblich ran 15th for Liberty in 16:13.20.

Individual scores:

2A Girls — Liberty

13 – Siri Christopherson 19:24.90

30 – Sophia Lindstrom 19:58.90

46 – Bailee Hawkins 20:20.30

88 – Kailee Johnson 21:04.30

91 – Jenna Long 21:05.90

109 – Hailie Baker 21:26.50

126 – Brigitte Larkin 21:41.70

Renton

100 – Kelis Barton 21:14.50

107 – Kristen Nazareno 21:22.40

Lindbergh

28 – Stephanie Martz 19:53.70

124 – Katie Liu 21:40.30

4A girls — Hazen

96 – Ane Aranaga 19:54

101 – Rachel Dennis 19:57.80

2A Boys — Liberty

15 – Luke Knoblich 16:13.20

37 – Alex Chin 16:38.50

38 – Rory McClelland 16:38.60

57 – Alexander Hartford 16:53.00

64 – Mehul Krishna 17:00.80

106 – Alexander Krohn 17:30.10

110 – Mason Antin 17:31.50

Lindbergh

23 – Tyler Hughey 16:23.90

97 – Jacob Villanueva 17:25.20

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