Last fall was an outstanding season for Mountain Lion teams, and included two Academic State Champion Teams! This season is shaping up to be just as successful; the fields look great, an outstanding coaching staff has been assembled, and the community is ready to see our teams in action.
Liberty Bell Athletics is proud to support the participation of nearly 85% of students in grades 7-12. Thanks to a coaching staff that values the role of athletics in education, Liberty Bell student-athletes are high achievers in and out of the classrooms. Below you will find the information needed to start the season off right!
Have a great season, GO MOUNTAIN LIONS!
In order to partake in games and practices:
- Students need to have a valid sports physical on file with the school. Physicals are now valid for 24 months. Physicals can be turned in to the Athletic Director, High School Office, or your Coach.
- Students must turn in a fully completed Athletics Eligibility Packet to either the Athletic Director or their Coach.
- Sports fees must be paid before participation in a game. Student athletes must purchase an ASB card ($50 annually) and pay-to-play fees ($45 each sport).
Athletics/Activities Eligibility Packets
Packets are available in the Liberty Bell office or can be downloaded using the link below.
Completion of the packet, along with having a current sports physical on file, are requirements to begin practice for all sports.
Packets can be turned in to the high school office, and must be received BEFORE the first day of practice for your sport. Players will not practice without full completion of the eligibility materials.
A valid sports physical is a great idea for anyone participating in youth sports. Forms can be picked up from Family Health Center, Aero Methow, and the high school office. Sports physicals expire two years from the date of the student-athlete’s last exam.
Forms for All Teams
Questions? Contact MVSD Athletics/Activities Director, Chase Rost. Please bookmark this page and check back often for practice times, team meeting information, and sports updates.
The Liberty Bell Booster Club brings together parents, teachers, administrators, and community members to develop extra-curricular activity programs at Liberty Bell by improving and sustaining the spirit, fellowship, and knowledge among members and the surrounding community in a cooperative and enthusiastic manner.