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LIBERTY’S ANDREA TERBUSH takes a swing during the Lady Indians’ Section IX Class C quarterfinal game versus Chester.

Liberty Girls
Have Good Season

By Rob Potter
LIBERTY – June 24, 2003:

Overall Record: 12-7

League Record: 5-3 OCIAA Division IV

Team Leaders: Junior right fielder Christina Hinton led the Lady Indians with a .400 batting average. She hit one home run and had nine RBIs.
Senior shortstop Andrea TerBush had a .322 average and led the team with 19 hits. She tied for the team lead in RBIs with 14 and was second in runs scored with 20.
Senior pitcher Kate Yaun batted .302 with five doubles and eight RBIs. She tied TerBush with 20 runs scored and stole 10 bases.

Season Highlight: “I think it was that first sectional game we played, when we beat Chester, 13-0,” Coach John Wilhelm said. “I felt that was one of the best games the team played. We did some things that day that we hadn’t done all year and really looked good as a team.”

Season Lowlight: “Our last game when we lost to Tuxedo 12-0 in sectionals,” Wilhelm said. “It was just a little bit disappointing to end the season that way. We expected it to be a closer game because when we played them before, we only lost 2-1 and had the tying run thrown out at home plate to end the game. We certainly expected to play a better game.
“We have seven seniors on the team who have been in the program for a while and it was a tough way to end for them.”

Other: As Wilhelm noted, the Lady Indians will lose seven seniors to graduation. Those players are Rebecca Cohen, Nicole Daurio, Jamie Hopkins, Chelsea LaGattuta, TerBush, Christine Waryha and Yaun.

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