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Panther power on display
Power house: Members of the Liberty County High School art club pose in front of their works of art last week. - photo by Photo provided.
Being able to show your school colors and mascot during an athletic event is part showing your school pride.
For the Lady Panthers’ softball team, it became a display of their powerful winning season like a proud stamp of success.
The Liberty County High School art club students, sponsored by Marjett Chille and Marybeth Bowen, has worked on many projects that are displayed on the walls throughout the school.
The Lady Panthers were fortunate when three of the student members decided they would take on the challenge of giving the Lady Panthers’ dugout a new look for this season.
Crystal Heard, Carly Patterson and Megan Cox decided to create and paint the dugouts with several different pictures that depicted a form of school pride. For the Lady Panther dugout, they chose the school’s mascot breaking through the walls as a display of pride and power.
It was something that resonated within the team a symbol of strength and a home-field display worth defending.
The Lady Panthers is celebrating one of their more successful seasons to date under head coach Jerome Standard, and assistants Adrian Chapple and Karen Swindell.
“On behalf of the Lady Panthers and myself, we are thankful to Heard, Patterson, Cox and the rest of the art club,” Standard said. “We are very proud of the artwork and display.”
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