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June 14th, 2021

EARL WATT • Leader & Times


Liberal had its ups and downs last season in football during a year adversely affected by the coronavirus.

The schedule was changed throughout the season, and some games were played while others were scrapped, and Liberal ended with a  2-6 record.

Still, those two wins came against Western Athletic Conference opponents, and the Redskins have now released their schedule for the fall looking to build on those two wins from a year ago.

Liberal had to remove Guymon as the season opener last year and replace the Tigers with Goodland. But the Tigers are back on the 2021 schedule as the season opener which will take pace Sept. 3 at Redskin Field.

Liberal will travel to Dodge City Sept. 10. The Redskins lost to Dodge 35-0 last season.

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The Redskins will then host Hays Sept. 17 in an attempt to avenge last year’s 27-13 loss.

Liberal hits the road Sept. 24 to face Southeast after last year’s cancellation.

Oct. 1 the Redskins will travel to Garden City in hopes of repeating last year’s 20-6 win.

Oct. 8 Liberal hosts Great Bend, a team Liberal defeated 22-14 last year.

Liberal will host Kapaun Oct. 15 after forfeiting the game last year.

Liberal finishes the regular season Oct. 22 with a road trip to Wichita North, and the playoffs will begin Oct. 29.

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