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LIBERTY — The Bulldogs looked up to the challenge with energy and hot bats in there 12-5 victory over Boonville. Their win came during the final game of the September Slam on Saturday, Sept. 25.

Tuesday, September 14, 2021
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For the first time since 2011, the Blue Jays softball team won the Greater Kansas City Invitational Tournament. “So proud of the effort of our group, 5-0 to start the season,” said coach Scott Howard of the win this past weekend.

Thursday, August 26, 2021
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SMITHVILLE — With a record of 22 wins and 11 losses and 11 wins and 1 loss in conference, tying with Platte County for the conference championship, one may think Smithville softball can only keep climbing. For coach Kaily Mayhugh, that’s the plan.

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LIBERTY NORTH — Last season, the Liberty North girls softball team batted .500 with a record of 14-14. In conference, the record was 4-10. Coach Amanda Self knows she has six all-region and all-conference returners who she will look to for team guidance and some heavy hitting to build on tha…

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Editor’s Note: The Courier-Tribune’s Boys and Girls Athletes of the Year for Liberty, Liberty North, Kearney and Smithville were selected by sports writer Mac Moore based on his opinions from covering the teams and using insights provided by area coaches when available.

Saturday, June 12, 2021
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LIBERTY — Liberty North softball took a late lead with an explosive fifth inning before Park Hill responded with its own firepower at the plate to send the Eagles home in Class 5 District 8 semifinals at Staley High School on Wednesday, Oct. 14.

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LIBERTY — Liberty softball had its eyes set on another deep run at the state tournament, but those hopes were dashed in a 8-4 loss in the Class 5 District 8 final against Park Hill on Thursday, Oct. 15.