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Barry Boren breathes basketball
(Posted: Jan. 22, 2011)
“I want you to give everything you have right now!” says Head Panther Basketball Coach Barry Boren as his arms wave toward some destination far into the future. He’s a man in constant motion even sitting down on the side of the basketball court.
It’s the first quarter and the Panthers are pushing back on defense. Boren suddenly morphs from head coach and basketball strategist to head cheerleader clapping his hands, urging the players on. Seconds later he is an evangelist preaching the life-changing miraculous power of unity and hard work. Read More
Register now for Liberty Hill youth baseball, softball
(Posted: Jan. 7, 2010)
The Liberty Hill Youth League has opened registration for Spring Baseball and Softball. Registration runs now through Feb. 2. Late registrations will be accepted during tryouts on Feb. 5 with a $10 late fee. Additional information can be found on the website www.eteamz.com/lhball
Shetland (5/6 T-Ball) -- No Tryouts, Registration Only
Pinto (8 & under Coach Pitch):
Softball Saturday, Feb. 5, 1-2 p.m.
Baseball Saturday, Feb. 5, 1-2 p.m.
Mustang (10 & under Kid Pitch)
Softball Saturday, Feb. 5, 10-11 a.m.
Baseball Saturday, Feb. 5, 2-3 p.m.
Bronco (12 & under)
Softball Saturday, Feb. 5, 9-10 a.m.
Baseball Saturday, Feb. 5, 12-1 p.m.
Pony (14 & under)
Softball Saturday, Feb. 5, 11 a.m.-12 Noon
Baseball Saturday, Feb. 5, 11 a.m.-12 Noon
If Pony Division cannot make a team, money will be refunded immediately. This team will be playing other local league teams to fill their schedule.
All try-outs will be held at Lions Foundation Park, next to the fire station on Loop 332.
Coaches will be contacting players as soon as possible following player evaluations.
Liberty Hill Youth League is a recreational league open to all players. Tryouts are used as an opportunity to evaluate your player’s ability and help to ensure ability levels of teams are evenly distributed. Games are set to begin the week of February 25 and run through the end of May. Opening ceremonies will be held March 5 at Lions Foundation Park.
The League is also seeking sponsors for teams and for the development of our new fields that are being built on land adjacent to Fellowship Baptist Church. If you are interested in sponsorship information, please contact Tonya Jennings at Trampy@atfcu.org or call (512) 784-3564.
Runnin' Panthers take 2nd place in Gatesville Tourney
(Posted: Dec. 30, 2010)
GATESVILLE -- After four hard-fought games, the Liberty Hill Runnin’ Panthers earned Second Place in the Gatesville Annual Holiday Basketball Invitational Tournament this week. Read More
After heart-breaking loss, Panthers working toward 2011 championship
Will Weirich, #55, is comforted by Coach Heath Hohmann after the Panthers loss Nov. 12.
(Photo by ABarW.com
(Posted: Nov. 20, 2010)
Although it was heart-breaking for players, Liberty Hill Head Football Coach Jerry Vance says the Panthers’ loss Nov. 12 simply ended the dream of a third State Championship -- this year.
“I told the kids the sun is coming up on Saturday morning, their mommas are still going to love them and so am I,” Vance said. “This is just a silly little game that kids play, and they have to put it all in perspective.” Read More
Kemper finishes 2nd in State Cross Country Meet
(Posted: Nov. 19, 2010)
When Susie Kemper starts running from the line, she starts with her left foot. It is one of many steps she takes, but it’s the first that counts.
Coming in second place in the recent UIL Cross Country State Championship Meet with a time of 11:42, Miss Kemper thinks it’s her start that kept her from taking first place. Learn More
LHHS Men's Cross Country take 7th Place at State Meet Nov. 13
The facts are in the stats and their keepers bleed purple
(Posted: Oct. 2, 2010)
From their perch high atop the football field, they watch everything down below. And with the precision of artisans, they record each movement knowing that every detail helps paint a picture of the evening’s victory or defeat.
Each one watches for certain actions and reactions from the players, and in the end, the data is compiled for use by coaches who base all kinds of future strategic decisions on their statistics. Read More