Liberty junior Jedrick Garcia finished in sixth place in the long jump Thursday with a distance of 16’9.

Liberty track and field hosted Redmond April 27 | PHOTO GALLERY

The Patriots boys and girls track teams both fell to Redmond.

The Liberty High School track teams hosted Redmond April 27.

The Liberty boys lost 80-65.

This was the Patriots first loss of the season. Liberty boys are 3-1-0 with one more meet scheduled for May 4 against Sammamish and Lake Washington.

The Liberty girls also fell to Redmond Thursday 81-54.

This was the second loss on the season for the Patriots. The girls are 3-2-0 with one more meet scheduled for May 4.

Photos by Sarah Brenden and Dennis Box.

As part of Liberty’s 4×100 meter relay team, sophomore Jarod Roberson (left) waits for the hand off from sophomore Ryan Kirschner.

Natalie Surber (left) grabs the baton from McKaye Noel during the girl’s 4×100 meter relay.

Freshmen Aiden Holmes (in front) and Alex Chin run the 1600 meters during Thursday’s meet. Chin came in fourth followed by Holmes in fifth place.

Sophomore Brigitte Larkin finished fourth in the 1600 meters and sixth in the 800 meters Thursday. Her 1600 meter time of 6:13.9 was a personal record.

Junior Hannah Norton came in fifth place overall in the 1600 meters Thursday with a time of 6:17.4.

Sophomore Jarod Roberson tied for second place in the high jump with a height of 5’8.

Senior Cameron Roberson tied for second in the high jump at 5’8.

Sophomore Glenn Berg finished in fourth place Thursday in the pole vault. His final height was recorded at 8’0.

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