After the dust settled Friday night after the Washington Union-Easton Panthers handed the Liberty Hawks their first loss of the season for the second year in a row, Liberty’s focus turned to the Kerman Lions.
The Lions also come into tonight’s game the victim of an upset loss — 27-14 to Sierra — and are playing their best season in years. Liberty hopes for someone to beat the Panthers for a shot at the North Sequoia League championship. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. in Kerman.
Liberty head coach Mike Nolte says his players have already turned the page and are looking to tonight’s game.
“They are responding well,” he said. “They are back to business as usual. It’s just like it has been all year, to go 1-0 each week. The kids understand that we have more games to play. One game won’t define us.” ...