Liberty Christian Warriors | Sports
Liberty's Reneau wins three gold medals at TAPPS state track meet
All Elizabeth Reneau does is win.
Football: Former Liberty Christian QB Jon Copeland now at Argyle
Signing day: Liberty foursome on way to the college ranks
Baseball: Liberty Christian coach reaches 300 career wins — twice
Reaching 300 career wins is a nice milestone for any coach to hit. Still, Liberty Christian's Johnny Isom didn't give his big victory much thought, until he had to do it all over again.
Football: Ryan's Gabriel Douglas selected for Under Armour camp
The roster for the Under Armour All-America camp series in Dallas has been announced, and two Denton-area athletes are on it. Those athletes are Ryan junior wide receiver Gabriel Douglas, a Texas Tech commit, and Liberty Christian quarterback Will Kuehne. Kuehne is committed to North Texas.
Liberty overpowered in rematch against Bishop Dunne
In his first start at quarterback, Kuehne was under constant pressure the entire night from a stout Falcon defensive unit, and finished 7-of-21 for 66 yards and one interception. “He just didn’t have a whole lot of time to throw,” Hundley said. “He did a fantastic job, but they have a lot of Division I football players over there and really brought it tonight.
Signing notebook: Day features commitments from area sports
Mallery Horn signed with Division II Arkansas-Fort Smith. “All three seniors signed, and that makes me feel pretty good,” Guyer golf coach Roddy Adams said. “That also gives the younger girls something to strive for.
Liberty wins on Baller’s kick
Rushing — LB: Jon Copeland 20-76, Kason Howell 13-58, Kade Johnson 8-40, Charles Christian 2-16, Logan Moonier 3-14, Luke Stine 1--17, NH: Rory Mitchell 16-95, Christopher Sedillo 3-45, Luke Macias 6-8.
Liberty Christian knocks off Trinity Christian
Late Liberty rally not enough vs. Parish
Liberty Christian rides strong second half to win
With 1:16 left down by three, Howell found a hole and tumbled into the end zone, putting Liberty Christian up for good. “[The offensive line] made the crease,” Liberty Christian coach Barton Hundley said. “I could see that dude wanted to get in the end zone, and he wasn’t going to be denied.