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Rachel Fichthorn and Erik Lindamood were honored as McDonald's/A.D. Student Athletes of the year by Liberty High School, McDonald’s, and the Northwestern District. Erik is pictured 2nd from the right seated and Rachel is second from the right standing. .

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Rachel Fichthorn and Erik Lindamood were honored as McDonald's/A.D. Student Athletes of the year by Liberty High School, McDonald’s, and the Northwestern District. Erik is pictured 2nd from the right seated and Rachel is second from the right standing. .

Liberty High School Defeated Fauquier to win the Bird Bowl!!.

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Liberty High School Defeated Fauquier to win the Bird Bowl!!.

M.V.P. and Coaches Award Winners: Girls Tennis - Paige Burton Softball - Ryan Washington Girls Track - Nikki Jenkins Trainer - Suzanne Shultz Gilmer Lee Coaches Award - Tiffany King Girls Soccer - Tracy Ryan Boys Track - Marco Tines John C. Harrison Coaches Award - Jason Omohundro Girls Lacrosse - Marty Rognlien Boys Lacrosse - Will Ashwell Boys Soccer - Matt Ferguson Baseball - Stephen George.

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M.V.P. and Coaches Award Winners: Girls Tennis - Paige Burton Softball - Ryan Washington Girls Track - Nikki Jenkins Trainer - Suzanne Shultz Gilmer Lee Coaches Award - Tiffany King Girls Soccer - Tracy Ryan Boys Track - Marco Tines John C. Harrison Coaches Award - Jason Omohundro Girls Lacrosse - Marty Rognlien Boys Lacrosse - Will Ashwell Boys Soccer - Matt Ferguson Baseball - Stephen George.

M.V.P. Winners for the Fall 2003: Girls Cross Country - Rachel Fichthorn Volleyball - Marsha Hermes Field Hockey - Kristin Morais Competition Cheer - Shannon Nirich Sideline Cheer - Jenny Price Boys Cross Country - Marc Monroe Golf - Roy Mace Football - A.J. Brown.

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M.V.P. Winners for the Fall 2003: Girls Cross Country - Rachel Fichthorn Volleyball - Marsha Hermes Field Hockey - Kristin Morais Competition Cheer - Shannon Nirich Sideline Cheer - Jenny Price Boys Cross Country - Marc Monroe Golf - Roy Mace Football - A.J. Brown.

M.V.P. winners for winter season 2003-04: Girls Indoor Track - Myrida Davis Cheer - Christin Nirich Girls Basketball - Ryan Washington Boys Indoor Track - Erik Lindamood Boys Swimming - Matt Marshall Wrestling - Jacob Williams Boys Basketball - Jeff Washington Girls Swimming - Jessica Mills.

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M.V.P. winners for winter season 2003-04: Girls Indoor Track - Myrida Davis Cheer - Christin Nirich Girls Basketball - Ryan Washington Boys Indoor Track - Erik Lindamood Boys Swimming - Matt Marshall Wrestling - Jacob Williams Boys Basketball - Jeff Washington Girls Swimming - Jessica Mills.

M.V.P. and Coaches' Award Winners - Spring 2004 Girls Track - Dominique Hull Girls Soccer - Carolyn Riley Girls Lacrosse - Sarah White Gilmer Lee Coaches Award - Marsha Hermes Trainers - Shannon Trexler Softball - Ryan Washington Girls Tennis - Jessica Mills John C. Harrison Coaches Award - Will Lynn Boys Soccer - Robert Lynn Boys Track - Erik Lindamood Baseball - Justin Crittenden Boys Tennis - Roy Mace Boys Lacrosse - Ken Smedley.

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M.V.P. and Coaches' Award Winners - Spring 2004 Girls Track - Dominique Hull Girls Soccer - Carolyn Riley Girls Lacrosse - Sarah White Gilmer Lee Coaches Award - Marsha Hermes Trainers - Shannon Trexler Softball - Ryan Washington Girls Tennis - Jessica Mills John C. Harrison Coaches Award - Will Lynn Boys Soccer - Robert Lynn Boys Track - Erik Lindamood Baseball - Justin Crittenden Boys Tennis - Roy Mace Boys Lacrosse - Ken Smedley.

Liberty High School recognized the following student-athletes at their athletic awards assembly on Thursday, Dec. 2. Receiving Most Valuable Player Awards were: Cheer (competition) – Tasha Ritchie Cheer (sideline) – Hannah Baxter Girls Cross Country – Rachel Fichthorn Boys Cross Country – Greg Carroll Football – Justin Carrington Field Hockey – Jenny Handlin Golf – Hunter Pearson Volleyball – Mandy Reed Also, 77 varsity student athletes received the Northwestern District All Academic Award for maintaining a 3.5 or better grade point average for mid term. .

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Liberty High School recognized the following student-athletes at their athletic awards assembly on Thursday, Dec. 2. Receiving Most Valuable Player Awards were: Cheer (competition) – Tasha Ritchie Cheer (sideline) – Hannah Baxter Girls Cross Country – Rachel Fichthorn Boys Cross Country – Greg Carroll Football – Justin Carrington Field Hockey – Jenny Handlin Golf – Hunter Pearson Volleyball – Mandy Reed Also, 77 varsity student athletes received the Northwestern District All Academic Award for maintaining a 3.5 or better grade point average for mid term. .

Lara Foster and Eric Weaver were honored as McDonald's/A.D. Student Athletes of the year by Liberty High School, McDonald’s, and the Northwestern District. Lara is pictured the first from left seated and Eric is the second from left standing. .

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Lara Foster and Eric Weaver were honored as McDonald's/A.D. Student Athletes of the year by Liberty High School, McDonald’s, and the Northwestern District. Lara is pictured the first from left seated and Eric is the second from left standing. .

Liberty recognized the following athletes at the Winter Sports Award Assembly on March 7th. The following received Most Valuable Player Awards: Girls Basketball - Carolyn Riley Boys Basketball - Jon Dyer Cheerleading - Amy Sutphin Girls Winter Track - Rachael Clark Boys Winter Track - Erik Lindamood Girls Swim - Jennifer Norman Boys Swim - Walter Glowicki Wrestling - Mike Caporaletti Liberty was also proud to present 54 Northwestern District All-Academic Awards to our winter athletes. .

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Liberty recognized the following athletes at the Winter Sports Award Assembly on March 7th. The following received Most Valuable Player Awards: Girls Basketball - Carolyn Riley Boys Basketball - Jon Dyer Cheerleading - Amy Sutphin Girls Winter Track - Rachael Clark Boys Winter Track - Erik Lindamood Girls Swim - Jennifer Norman Boys Swim - Walter Glowicki Wrestling - Mike Caporaletti Liberty was also proud to present 54 Northwestern District All-Academic Awards to our winter athletes. .

Liberty Spring Sports Announcement: Liberty High School held its annual Spring Sports Award Assembly on June 9, 2005 in the school’s gymnasium. Liberty was proud to make the following award presentations: Most Valuable Players: Baseball – Jeremy Jenkins Lacrosse (Girls) – Lena Heflin Lacrosse (Boys) – Stephen Poe Soccer (Girls) – Carolyn Riley Soccer (Boys) – Derek Russell Softball – Mandy Selvage Tennis (Girls) – Ellen Mathis Tennis (Boys) – Michael Richards Track (Girls) – Carly Morse Track (Boys) - Eric Makel Trainer – Trisha Hudgins Gilmer Lee Coaches Award – Mandy Reed John C. Harrison Coaches Award – Nick Monaco The Fauquier Citizen and the Fauquier Times-Democrat Newspapers also presented their Liberty High School Athletes of the Year Awards. The Fauquier Citizen presented Rachael Clark with their Athlete of the Year Award. The Fauquier Times-Democrat presented Rachael Clark with their Female Athlete of the Year Award and Erik Lindamood with their Male Athlete of the Year Award. Liberty also awarded 52 tri-athletes awards which are given to students that participate in 3 sports during the year. Of those, 24 were first year tri-athletes, 12 were second year tri-athletes, 9 were third year tri-athletes, and 7 were presented with 4 year tri-athlete awards. Receiving 4 year tri-athlete awards were: Courtney Kerns, Rachael Clark, Mandy Reed, Amy Sutphin, Stephen Poe, Rachel Fichthorn, and Eric Makel. Liberty was very proud to have presented 87 All-Northwestern District All-Academic Awards. This award is given to any varsity participant that maintains a 3.5 unweighted grade point average for the 3rd nine weeks grading period. .

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Liberty Spring Sports Announcement: Liberty High School held its annual Spring Sports Award Assembly on June 9, 2005 in the school’s gymnasium. Liberty was proud to make the following award presentations: Most Valuable Players: Baseball – Jeremy Jenkins Lacrosse (Girls) – Lena Heflin Lacrosse (Boys) – Stephen Poe Soccer (Girls) – Carolyn Riley Soccer (Boys) – Derek Russell Softball – Mandy Selvage Tennis (Girls) – Ellen Mathis Tennis (Boys) – Michael Richards Track (Girls) – Carly Morse Track (Boys) - Eric Makel Trainer – Trisha Hudgins Gilmer Lee Coaches Award – Mandy Reed John C. Harrison Coaches Award – Nick Monaco The Fauquier Citizen and the Fauquier Times-Democrat Newspapers also presented their Liberty High School Athletes of the Year Awards. The Fauquier Citizen presented Rachael Clark with their Athlete of the Year Award. The Fauquier Times-Democrat presented Rachael Clark with their Female Athlete of the Year Award and Erik Lindamood with their Male Athlete of the Year Award. Liberty also awarded 52 tri-athletes awards which are given to students that participate in 3 sports during the year. Of those, 24 were first year tri-athletes, 12 were second year tri-athletes, 9 were third year tri-athletes, and 7 were presented with 4 year tri-athlete awards. Receiving 4 year tri-athlete awards were: Courtney Kerns, Rachael Clark, Mandy Reed, Amy Sutphin, Stephen Poe, Rachel Fichthorn, and Eric Makel. Liberty was very proud to have presented 87 All-Northwestern District All-Academic Awards. This award is given to any varsity participant that maintains a 3.5 unweighted grade point average for the 3rd nine weeks grading period. .

At the Fall Sports Awards Assembly held in the Liberty High School Auditorium on November 21st, the following were named M.V.P.'s of their sport: Sideline Cheer: Jennifer Dyson Competition Cheer: Alicia Richards Girls Cross Country: Stephanie Guinta Boys Cross Country: Evan Ashby Field Hockey: Maggie Wintersteen Football: Adrian Hull Golf: Blake Hintz Volleyball: Mallory Hartbarger Also, 48 fall varsity student-athletes, trainers, and managers received the Northwestern District All Academic Award. This award is presented to any varsity player, trainer, or manager that maintained a 3.5 grade point average for the 1st nine weeks..

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At the Fall Sports Awards Assembly held in the Liberty High School Auditorium on November 21st, the following were named M.V.P.'s of their sport: Sideline Cheer: Jennifer Dyson Competition Cheer: Alicia Richards Girls Cross Country: Stephanie Guinta Boys Cross Country: Evan Ashby Field Hockey: Maggie Wintersteen Football: Adrian Hull Golf: Blake Hintz Volleyball: Mallory Hartbarger Also, 48 fall varsity student-athletes, trainers, and managers received the Northwestern District All Academic Award. This award is presented to any varsity player, trainer, or manager that maintained a 3.5 grade point average for the 1st nine weeks..

Kellyn Norman and Greg Carroll were honored as McDonald's/A.D. Student Athletes of the year by Liberty High School, McDonald’s, and the Northwestern District. Greg is pictured 5th from the left in the front row and Kellyn is the 6th from left in the back row. .

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Kellyn Norman and Greg Carroll were honored as McDonald's/A.D. Student Athletes of the year by Liberty High School, McDonald’s, and the Northwestern District. Greg is pictured 5th from the left in the front row and Kellyn is the 6th from left in the back row. .

At the Winter Sports Award Assembly held March 8, in the Liberty High School Auditorium, the following student-athletes were named Most Valuable Players. Boys Basketball - Mike Jones Girls Basketball - Sarah Demaree Cheer - Alicia Richards Girls Swim - Michelle Sawyer Boys Swim - Walter Glowicki Girls Indoor Track - Lindsey Noe Boys Indoor Track - Evan Ashby Wrestling - Aaron Hull Also, 46 winter athletes received the Northwestern District All-Academic Team Award. This is presented to any varsity team member that maintains a 3.5 grade point average or higher during the season..

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At the Winter Sports Award Assembly held March 8, in the Liberty High School Auditorium, the following student-athletes were named Most Valuable Players. Boys Basketball - Mike Jones Girls Basketball - Sarah Demaree Cheer - Alicia Richards Girls Swim - Michelle Sawyer Boys Swim - Walter Glowicki Girls Indoor Track - Lindsey Noe Boys Indoor Track - Evan Ashby Wrestling - Aaron Hull Also, 46 winter athletes received the Northwestern District All-Academic Team Award. This is presented to any varsity team member that maintains a 3.5 grade point average or higher during the season..

Liberty High School is proud to announce the following award winners from their Spring Sports Award Assembly held on Thursday, June 8. Most Valuable Player Awards: Girls Track - Carly Morse Boys Track - Matt Meyer Boys Tennis -Martin Brown Girls Tennis – Alison Antonowics Boys Lacrosse – Andrew Smith Girls Lacrosse – Katy Leonard Softball – Lisa Cantrell Baseball – James Cavanaugh Trainer – Samantha Bull Girls Soccer – Brittany Wilmot Boys Soccer – Shane Cooke Other special awards were: Gilmer Lee Coaches Award – Alison Mills John C. Harrison Coaches Award – Josh Defnall Northwestern District/McDonald’s A.D. Award: Kellyn Norman, Greg Carroll 4 year tri-athlete awards: (this award is given to student athletes that participate in 3 sports each year for 4 years) Greg Carroll Suzanne Giunta Allison Marshall Alison Mills Andrew Carter Kellyn Norman Mallory Hartbarger Sarah Demaree Also, 81 Liberty High School Student Athletes received the Northwestern District 3.5 All Academic Award. This award is given to varsity athletes that maintain a 3.5 or higher grade point average during their sports season .

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Liberty High School is proud to announce the following award winners from their Spring Sports Award Assembly held on Thursday, June 8. Most Valuable Player Awards: Girls Track - Carly Morse Boys Track - Matt Meyer Boys Tennis -Martin Brown Girls Tennis – Alison Antonowics Boys Lacrosse – Andrew Smith Girls Lacrosse – Katy Leonard Softball – Lisa Cantrell Baseball – James Cavanaugh Trainer – Samantha Bull Girls Soccer – Brittany Wilmot Boys Soccer – Shane Cooke Other special awards were: Gilmer Lee Coaches Award – Alison Mills John C. Harrison Coaches Award – Josh Defnall Northwestern District/McDonald’s A.D. Award: Kellyn Norman, Greg Carroll 4 year tri-athlete awards: (this award is given to student athletes that participate in 3 sports each year for 4 years) Greg Carroll Suzanne Giunta Allison Marshall Alison Mills Andrew Carter Kellyn Norman Mallory Hartbarger Sarah Demaree Also, 81 Liberty High School Student Athletes received the Northwestern District 3.5 All Academic Award. This award is given to varsity athletes that maintain a 3.5 or higher grade point average during their sports season .

Liberty High School held the 2006 Fall Sports Award Assembly on Tuesday, Nov. 28. The following were named M.V.P.’s of their sport: Cheer (competition) – Gina Meyers Cheer (sideline) – Katarina Tapscott Cross Country (girls) – Deanna Andrews Cross country (boys) – Eric Blease Field Hockey – Cara Jacobs Football – Miles Reed Golf – Stephen Massei Volleyball – Tabitha Beales Also, Liberty was proud to award 50 All-Northwestern District All Academic Awards. This award is given to any varsity participant that maintained a 3.5 or higher G.P.A. during the first 9 weeks of school. .

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Liberty High School held the 2006 Fall Sports Award Assembly on Tuesday, Nov. 28. The following were named M.V.P.’s of their sport: Cheer (competition) – Gina Meyers Cheer (sideline) – Katarina Tapscott Cross Country (girls) – Deanna Andrews Cross country (boys) – Eric Blease Field Hockey – Cara Jacobs Football – Miles Reed Golf – Stephen Massei Volleyball – Tabitha Beales Also, Liberty was proud to award 50 All-Northwestern District All Academic Awards. This award is given to any varsity participant that maintained a 3.5 or higher G.P.A. during the first 9 weeks of school. .

Liberty High School would like to congratulate the following for being named Most Valuable Players in their respective sport at the Winter Sports Award Assembly held on Monday, March 5. Girls Basketball: Chloe Morse Boys Basketball: Jordan Taylor Cheer: Katrianna Tapscott Girls swim: Jennifer Norman Boys swim: Walter Glowicki Girls Winter Track: Rachel Coaxum Boys Winer Track: Mike Munson Wrestling: Justin Snyder Liberty High School was also proud to award 64 student/athletes the Northwestern District All-Academic Award. This award is given to any varsity student/athlete, manager, or trainer that maintained a 3.5 or better grade point average for the First Term..

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Liberty High School would like to congratulate the following for being named Most Valuable Players in their respective sport at the Winter Sports Award Assembly held on Monday, March 5. Girls Basketball: Chloe Morse Boys Basketball: Jordan Taylor Cheer: Katrianna Tapscott Girls swim: Jennifer Norman Boys swim: Walter Glowicki Girls Winter Track: Rachel Coaxum Boys Winer Track: Mike Munson Wrestling: Justin Snyder Liberty High School was also proud to award 64 student/athletes the Northwestern District All-Academic Award. This award is given to any varsity student/athlete, manager, or trainer that maintained a 3.5 or better grade point average for the First Term..

Kris Defnall and Luke Wells were honored as McDonald's/A.D. Student Athletes of the year by Liberty High School, McDonald’s, and the Northwestern District. Kris is pictured second from left in the front row and Luke is second from the left in the back row. .

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Kris Defnall and Luke Wells were honored as McDonald's/A.D. Student Athletes of the year by Liberty High School, McDonald’s, and the Northwestern District. Kris is pictured second from left in the front row and Luke is second from the left in the back row. .

Liberty High School is proud to announce the following award winners from the Spring Sports Awards Assembly held on Thursday, June 7. Team M.V.P.’s Baseball – Travis Clark Softball – Danielle Morgan Girls Soccer – Katie Ruhland Boys Soccer – Mike Handlin Boys Tennis – Kyle Tobin Girls Tennis – Devon Davidson Girls Track – Rachel Coaxum Boys Track –Mike Munson Girl Lacrosse – Sarah Peyton Boys Lacrosse – Conor O’Kane Trainer –Nicole Shultz Other Special Awards: Gilmer Lee Coaches Award – Sidney Cheek John C. Harrison Coaches Award – Tyler Farnsworth Northwestern District/McDonald’s A.D. Award: Kris Defnall, Luke Wells 4 year Tri-athlete Awards: (this is given to student athletes that participate in 3 sports each year for 4 years) Deanna Andrews Sidney Cheek Kris Defnall Tyler Farnsworth Dan Hudson Cara Jacobs Mike Munson Sarah Peyton Also, 65 Liberty High School Student Athletes received the Northwestern District 3.5 All Academic Award. This award is given to varsity athletes that maintain a 3.5 or higher grade point average during their season. .

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Liberty High School is proud to announce the following award winners from the Spring Sports Awards Assembly held on Thursday, June 7. Team M.V.P.’s Baseball – Travis Clark Softball – Danielle Morgan Girls Soccer – Katie Ruhland Boys Soccer – Mike Handlin Boys Tennis – Kyle Tobin Girls Tennis – Devon Davidson Girls Track – Rachel Coaxum Boys Track –Mike Munson Girl Lacrosse – Sarah Peyton Boys Lacrosse – Conor O’Kane Trainer –Nicole Shultz Other Special Awards: Gilmer Lee Coaches Award – Sidney Cheek John C. Harrison Coaches Award – Tyler Farnsworth Northwestern District/McDonald’s A.D. Award: Kris Defnall, Luke Wells 4 year Tri-athlete Awards: (this is given to student athletes that participate in 3 sports each year for 4 years) Deanna Andrews Sidney Cheek Kris Defnall Tyler Farnsworth Dan Hudson Cara Jacobs Mike Munson Sarah Peyton Also, 65 Liberty High School Student Athletes received the Northwestern District 3.5 All Academic Award. This award is given to varsity athletes that maintain a 3.5 or higher grade point average during their season. .

At the Liberty Fall Sports Awards Assembly held Tuesday, Nov. 27th, the following were named M.V.P.'s of their sport: Cheer: Brittany Usiak Boys Cross Country: Bob Ashby Girls Cross Country: Stephanie Giunta Field Hockey: Stephanie Childress Football: Wayne Connor Golf: Sam Owens Volleyball: Christy Ritchie Also 20 seniors received the Cedar Run District All Academic Award .

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At the Liberty Fall Sports Awards Assembly held Tuesday, Nov. 27th, the following were named M.V.P.'s of their sport: Cheer: Brittany Usiak Boys Cross Country: Bob Ashby Girls Cross Country: Stephanie Giunta Field Hockey: Stephanie Childress Football: Wayne Connor Golf: Sam Owens Volleyball: Christy Ritchie Also 20 seniors received the Cedar Run District All Academic Award .

At the 2007-2008 Winter Athletic Awards Assembly, held at Liberty High School on Wednesday, March 05, 2008, the following were named M.V.P.’s of their sport. Boys Basketball – Derrick Lee Girls Basketball – Chloe Morse Cheerleading – Theresa Wintermyer Boys Swim – Jake Lucas Girls Swim – Annicole Buranych Boys Winter Track – Cameron Morse Girls Winter Track – Rachel Coaxum Wrestling – Kory Gough Liberty also awarded All Cedar Run District Academic Awards to 18 seniors that have maintained a 3.3 grade point average or higher for their high school career. .

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At the 2007-2008 Winter Athletic Awards Assembly, held at Liberty High School on Wednesday, March 05, 2008, the following were named M.V.P.’s of their sport. Boys Basketball – Derrick Lee Girls Basketball – Chloe Morse Cheerleading – Theresa Wintermyer Boys Swim – Jake Lucas Girls Swim – Annicole Buranych Boys Winter Track – Cameron Morse Girls Winter Track – Rachel Coaxum Wrestling – Kory Gough Liberty also awarded All Cedar Run District Academic Awards to 18 seniors that have maintained a 3.3 grade point average or higher for their high school career. .

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