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Boys Basketball
2017-2018

11/16Thurs. TBA
11/30Thurs. *Huffman 5:00 Home
12/7Thurs. *Cleveland 5:00 Away
12/14Thurs. *Tarkington 5:00 Home
12/18Mon. *H-J 5:00 Home
1/11 Thurs. TBA
TBA H-J Tourney (7th A & 8th A teams)
1/18Thurs. *Huffman 5:00 Away
1/25Thurs *Cleveland 5:00 Home
1/26&27 Humble ISD Tourney (7th A & 8th A Teams)
2/1Thurs. *Tarkington 4:30 Away
2/5 Mon. *H-J 4:30 Away
Playing Order:
7B, 8B, 7A,8A if playing in one gym
Games Begin at 4:30 at H-J and Tarkington
Games Begin at 5:00 at Liberty, Huffman, and Cleveland
Quarter Lengths
7B- 8 minute running clock
7A- 6 minute standard timing
8B- 8 minute running clock
8A- 6 minute standard timing

*Denotes District Game
Coaching Staff: Jason Wickliff, Blake Brown
Athletic Director: Chad Taylor
LMS Principal: Rhonda Smith
  • DISTRICT CHAMPS!!!!
    DISTRICT CHAMPS!!!!
    What a wonderful day it is to be a Liberty Panther!

    Last night your Junior High Liberty Panthers took to the field against the West Orange Stark Mustangs.

    The 7/8 grade combined B team took to the field first and played a awesome game which would end in a tie 8-8. The players of the game would go to Caleb Chandler who had some awesome defensive plays and Hammed Quintanilla who scored the teams only touchdown!

    The 7th grade A team would follow and play a pretty close game with the mustangs in the first half only being down 14-6, but after halftime the wheels would fall off as the 7th grade A team would lose 36-6.

    To wrap up the night your undefeated 8th grade Liberty Panthers would take the field against the undefeated West Orange Stark Mustangs. Last year the Mustangs defeated the Panthers 42-0 but boy would the tables turn this year! The panthers would receive the ball first and drive the ball right down the field ending the 7 minute and 40 second drive with a touchdown from QB Austin Walker. The panthers would then hold the Mustangs on 4th down and get the ball back and strike again on a Mason Goudeau 25 yard touchdown. Johnny Harris- Hines would convert on the extra point attempt putting the panthers up 14-0. The panthers hard hitting defense lead by William Waldrip, Cody Collier, Austin Walker, Ernest Brooks, Landon Melonson, Johnny Harris- Hines, Jack Strahan, Titus Bell, Johnny Hancock, Mason Goudeau, and Kade Nolan would leave the Mustangs scratching their heads all night on how to get positive yards. Your Liberty Panthers would go on to defeat the Mustangs 20-8 to remain undefeated and become the 2017 District Champs. This is an outstanding accomplishment in itself not to mention that this has not happen at the junior high level in over 17 years! The player of the game goes to the ENTIRE 8th grade A football team.. Outstanding job guys, your school your community and your coaches are so proud of you.

    Next week the 7th grade A team and 8th grade A team will travel to Mauriceville to play their last game of the season. The first game will kickoff at 5pm.

    The 7th grade B team and 8th grade B team will travel to Hardin to face the Hardin Hornets. The first game in Hardin will kickoff at 4:30pm.

    Make sure you come out next week and show your PANTHER PRIDE!!
  • Boys Football News
  • Boys Football News
    The 7th grade B team got the night kicked off the right way in a rainy victory 16-0. Keenan Evans lead the rushing attack with 2 touchdowns. The defense was aggressive all evening and gave up 0 total yards.The 7th grade B team player of the week goes to Keenan Evans (not pictured) and Offensive Lineman CJ Bowlen is also the teams player of the week!

    The 8th grade B team took the field next in which would be a game that came down to the last seconds. The panthers would pull the victory out 10-6. The 8th grade player of the week goes to Adrian Hanks who scored the teams only touchdown of the night is the offensive player of the week and Jorge Rangel (not pictured who lead the panthers with 8 solo tackles is the teams defensive player of the game.

    The 7th grade A team came to the field next ready to play some football! The panthers would jump out to a early 8-0 lead behind the hard running of Frederick Freeman and the great blocking up front. The panthers would force a turnover on defense late in the 3rd quarter which would lead to a 35 yard pass from Gavin Fontenot to Devron James. This completion set the panthers up for their second touchdown of the night which was ran in by Tyler Thibodeaux. The defense would give up 0 points to the Pirates and secure the 16-0 panther victory! The 7th grade A team player of the week goes to Frederick Freeman who pounded the ball inside all night and Offensive lineman Jackson Sams who helped clear the way up front.

    The final game of the night would be the 8th grade A team. The panthers would take to the field and score quickly behind some awesome offensive lineman blocks and some fast/strong running from Johnny Harris-Hines. Harris would finish the night with 3 touchdowns and 1 touchdown pass to Mason Goudeau. The defense set the tone with hard hits all night from Titus Bell Alex Ruiz Austin Walker Sean Frazier and the list goes on. The Panthers would move to 3-0 after the 30-0 victory! The Player of the week would go to Johnny Harris-Hines and center Seth Stearns.

    Please come out next Thursday October 5th as the boys travel to Tarkington to take on the Longhorns. There will be 4 games 7B 7A 8B 8A. The first game kicks off at 4:30pm.
  • Boys Football News
  • Boys Football News
  • Boys Football News
  • Boys Football News
  • 10-5
    What another awesome week to be a Liberty Panther football player. Last night we traveled to Tarkington to take on the Longhorns. 3 out of our 4 teams would take the victory!!

    The 7th grade B team fell short this week 21-6. Although the panthers did not pull out the win Octavio Reyes is the player of the week for the team behind some incredible kicks.

    The 7th grade A team would take to the field fired up and ready to play. The panthers kept moving the chains early in the game eating up the whole 1st quarter and scoring early in the 2nd quarter with a run from Tyler Thibodeaux. Manual Freeman would run the extra point attempt in putting the panthers up 8-0. The panthers defense would force a turner late in the 2nd quarter. The panthers offense struck quick with a beautiful pass from Gavin Fontenot to Trace Heifner for a 40 yard touchdown putting the panthers up for good. The panthers would win the game 14-8. The player of the week goes to Trace Heifner and Juan Sanchez.

    The 8th B team took to the field next focused and on a mission. Adrian Hanks, Josh Payne, Alex Ruiz, and Gerald Redmond would enjoy running lanes all night long due to the awesome blocking up front by the offensive line. The panthers would pull out the victory 14-0. The player of the week would go to the offensive line Ryan Welch, Luis Moreno, Dylan Scott, Johnathon Craig, Alejandro Montes and Tucker Schilling.

    To end the night the 8th grade A team would come out ready to put the longhorns to bed early. The Panthers would strike fast and in a hurry on offense, and the defense would force 2 turnovers and give up 0 points. The Panthers would win the game 30-0. The player of the week goes to Mason Goudeau and Sean Frazier.

    Next week the Panthers will kickoff district against the Orangefield Bobcats in Orangefield. Make sure you come out and show your panther pride.
  • Player of the week 10-5
  • Player of the Week 10-5
  • Player of the Week 10-5
  • Player of the Week 10-5
  • Player of the Week 10-5
  • 10-12-17
    10-12-17
    Last night your LMS Panthers traveled to Orangefield Texas to take on the bobcats. The 8th grade B team took the field first in which would turn out to be a defensive battle all evening. The bobcats thru a pass late in the 4th quarter which looked like it was going to be intercepted by Alejandro Montes but ended up being tipped right into the hands of the bobcat receiver which would be the only score of the evening. The 8th grade B team would lose 8-0.

    The 7th grade A team would take the field next and struggle to get things going. The Panthers started with the ball and drove down to the bobcats 30 yard line before the drive would stall out. The bobcats would score on their first offensive drive and never look back. The bobcats would go on to win 28-0.

    To end the night the 8th A team would take the field looking for revenge from last years 35-0 defeat. The panthers were up against last years district champs! The only points the bobcats had given up was to West Orange Stark who they ended up beating last year for the championship. The panthers would take the ball to start the game and score on the opening drive behind some great blocks from the offensive line and tough running of Johnny Harris- Hines. Titus Bell would rumble up the middle for the extra point to put the panthers up 8-0, and leave the Orangefield home crowd in shock! The Panthers would play tough defense all night led by outstanding tackles by Austin Walker and Johnny Hancock. This game was truly a nail bitter, thriller, hair puller and all of the above. The Bobcats would score late in the 4th quarter but fail on the extra point attempt leaving the score at 8-6. The bobcats would kick a successful onside kick and get the ball back, but the defense would come up big again forcing a fumble and recovering it to end the game with your panthers on top 8-6. This win moves the 8th grade A team to 5-0 overall and 1-0 in district.
    This weeks 8th grade A team players of the week goes to Austin Walker and Johnny Hancock.

    Next Thursday the Panthers are at home against the Hamshire Fannett Longhorns. Make sure you come out and show your PANTHER PRIDE!!
Girls Basketball
11/9Thurs. Hardin 4:30 Home
11/16Thurs Dayton 4:30 Home
11/30Thurs. *Huffman 5:00 Away
12/1-12/2 H-J Tourney TBA Away
12/7Thurs. *Cleveland 5:00 Home
12/14 Thur. *Tarkington 4:30 Away
12/18 Mon. *Hardin Jefferson 4:30 Away
1/11Thurs. BYE
1/18Thurs. *Huffman 5:00 Home
1/25Thurs *Cleveland 5:00 Away
2/1Thurs. *Tarkington 5:00 Home
2/5 Mon. *Hardin Jefferson 5:00 Home
*Denotes District Game
Girls Track
2/22.Thurs Tarkington 4:30
3/1 Thurs. H-J 4:30
3/8 Thurs. WO-S 4:30
3/19 Mon. Cleveland 4:30
3/29Thurs. *Liberty 4:30


*Denotes District Meet
Boys Track
2018

Thurs Feb. 22 West Orange Stark @ 4:30
Mon Feb. 26 Cleveland @ 4:30
Mon Mar. 5 Liberty @ 4:30
Tues Mar. 20 H-J @ 4:30
Tues Mar. 27 *Huffman @ 4:30

*Denotes District Meet
  • Girls Volleyball News
    Girls Volleyball News
    This past Saturday, the 7th grade A team traveled to Barbers Hill for their first tournament of the season.The 7th grade came out strong early and defeated the Dayton Broncos in 2 games with the scores of 25-23 and 25-10. The girls fought hard in game two, but fell short to Barbers Hill South. The lady panthers would then play the Crosby Cougars for 3rd place. These young ladies came together and put on an outstanding performance and swept the Lady Cougars in two. All of these ladies worked hard and continue to show improvement each day. Please congratulate them when you see them! Our next game will be Monday, September 25th, against the Cleveland Indians in Cleveland. Please come out and support these young lady panthers.
  • GIRLS VOLLEYBALL NEWS
    Congratulations to the LMS Volleyball teams on their BIG wins last night against the Cleveland Indians. The ladies traveled to Cleveland and walked away with 4 wins.

    The 7B finished their set in 2, with the scores of 25-8 and 25-19. Sadie Cary was the team's stand out player, serving more than 10 points for the Panthers, in which the Indians could not receive.

    The 7th grade A team came out strong and defeated the Indians 25-5 and 25-14. Reese Evans put the Panthers ahead early with a 12-1 lead, by consistently serving a powerful serve. Kaylee Tanton and Morgan Vaughn both had a kill against the Indians, while Madyson Goudeau played great defensively. ALL of these ladies played a great game together.

    The 8th grade B defeated that Indians with help from Hannah Orand and Katelynn Singh. These girls were hard to beat at the serving line. Celeste Grana Espinosa played great defensively as the team's libero. The scores of

    The 8th grade A team blew past Cleveland in a quick match with scores of 25-9 and 25-11. Maci Beam and Emalee Villarreal were the top servers for the team and helped to seal the victory for the Panthers.

    Your 7B, 7A and 8B Lady Panthers are now 2-1 in District play and 8A is 1-2.

    The Lady Panthers will take on the Hardin-Jefferson Hawks on Monday, October 2nd at the Hardin Jefferson High School, with the games starting at 4:30. Please come out support your young Lady Panthers!
  • 10-2-17
    Last night, the lady panther volleyball teams traveled to Hardin Jefferson to take on the lady Hawks.

    7B kicked it off with a victory in a close matchup, with the winning scores of 25-23, 25-22. The team's lead servers were Sadie Cary and Autumn Bennett, with a combined total of 7 points in serves. These girls are now 3-1 in district play.

    8B battled in another tight match, but overcame the Hawks in the first set with a score of 25-23. The Panthers were able to pull away in the second match with the help of Isaballe Cannaday and Celeste Grana Espinoza who both put on impressive defensive performances. Katelynn Singh was the team's top server, scoring the team 11 points off of serves, including 2 Aces. The lady panthers won the second game 25-16. These ladies are now 3-1 in district play.

    7A was next to play and put on quite a show. The Lady Panthers found themselves down early to the Hawks with a score of 14-4. It was Morgan Vaughn who was able to serve her team back into the game. Morgan served 12 points in a row which gave the Panthers a 16-14 lead. The Lady panthers came together and defeated the Hawks in two games, 25-22 and 25-11, with the help of Reese Evans and her outstanding defense. These ladies played the best they have all season and are now 3-1 in district play.

    8A finished the night with a tough matchup against a talented Hawk's team. The ladies came out strong and were ahead of the Hawk's 20-14, but fell short 25-23. The ladies turned it around in the second game, with the help of Kirsten Moss, who served her team 10 points in a row, and won the game 25-21. In the third set, missed serves got the best of the Lady Panthers and they were unable to come away with the win.

    The Lady Panthers will travel to Tarkington this weekend to play in their final tournament of the season. The next district game will be Monday, October 16th against District rivals, Huffman Falcons. The game will be played in Huffman. Please come out and support these girls, as all 4 teams fell short against Huffman in the last matchup. It will be a great game!
  • 10-7-17
    The LMS A teams made quite a statement this weekend at the Tarkington Middle School Volleyball Tournament The 7th grade went 3-1 on Saturday and brought home 3rd place trophy, while the 8th grade went 2-1 and clinched 2nd!

    The 7th grade A team started the day out early, with an 8:00 game against a very talented Bridge City team. Our girls battled, but missed serves and defensive errors got the best of the Panthers and they fell short 25-15 and 25-21. The girls would now have to work their way up the bracket in order to bring home the 3rd place plaque.
    Keifer Crossing, a New Caney Middle School, was the next opponent the girls would face. The Panthers came out strong and with the help of Reese Evans and her 19 total points off of serves, the Ladies blew past Keifer Crossing with scores of 25-14 and 25-7.
    The third game the Lady Panthers played, was against Moorehead, a middle school out of Conroe. Knowing that a win over Conroe would put the girls in place to play for the 3rd place plaque, the ladies came together and played very aggressive volleyball. The serving game was again, strong for the Lady Panthers with, Reese Evans and Morgan Vaughn, standing out at the service line with 24 total points for the Panthers. The Panthers beat Moorehead with scores of 25-15 and 25-12 and would immediately play Diboll for 3rd place.
    An exciting and tough matchup for the Lady Panthers, the girls left everything on the court and came out on top in two, clinching the third place title, with the scores of 25-23 and 26-24.

    The 8th grade A team faced Moorehead, in their first match of the day. It was a tough battle of 3 games, but the Panthers overcame the opponent with the scores of 20-25, 17-25 and 15-8.
    The next game would be against Keifer Crossing, who they would beat 25-11 and 25-22. Coach McAdams was very impressed with her team and said it was the best the team had played all season. They worked together and communicated well. Emalee Villarreal, was outstanding on defense while, Adrienne Trahan, was outstanding on offense.
    This win would put the team into the Championship game against District rivals, the Tarkington Longhorns. The first match of the game was a close one, but Liberty would come up short with a 25-17 loss. The second match did not go as planned. Miscommunication and defensive errors would keep the girls from clinching the 1st place title. The girls finished 2nd place in a very competitive tournament.

    Overall, LMS had a very successful weekend of volleyball. Congratulations to all of these ladies. The Lady Panthers will play the Huffman Falcons on Monday October 16th, in Huffman. Please come out and support these ladies in what is expected to be a very good game!