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Lady Panther soccer players pose for a team photograph. - photo by Photo provided.

The Liberty County girls soccer team has made strides this spring, currently standing 3-3 in region play and showing growth and improvement with each match, according to coach Catrina Hicks.

In her first year coaching the Lady Panthers, Hicks said she is pleased with the work and determination of this year’s team.

"We have a great group of girls this year," she said. ‘The team has good attitudes and is willing to learn, the results are apparent in each match."

Having played in high school and at the collegiate level, Hicks has the expertise and knowledge to lead the Lady Panthers in the highly competitive Region 2AAA. Next match for the Lady Panthers is at home at 5 p.m. Tuesday.


Coach Brandon Whitmore’s LCHS baseball team lost to Portal High School last Saturday in a close, high-scoring game. The final score was 13-11. The Panthers were to play in Tattnall County Friday against the Battle Creek Warriors.

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