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Men's Basketball: Highline Topples Olympic College

Dec. 16:  Showing little effect from playing its fourth game in five days, Highline used a first half run to get a working lead over the Olympic College Rangers and extended it throughout the game for a 96-74 win (stats).  Ben Tucakovic’s 23 points and 11 rebounds led the Thunderbirds.  Olympic was led by Gavin Peppers with 27 points and 7 rebounds.

It was Highline shooting 53% for the game, including a blistering 15-24 (62.5%) in the second half, which proved the biggest difference in the game. The Thunderbirds were able to control the tempo of the game, controlling the boards 43-33 and getting easy baskets off of 18 Ranger turnovers.

In addition to Tucakovic with 23 points, other Thunderbirds scoring in double-figures included Madison McCaffrey (18 points), Isom Brown (15 points, 6 rebounds), Harold Lee (11 points), and Jimmy Keum (10 points, 7 assists).

The Thunderbirds get little rest as the squad travels to Oregon for the Clackamas Crossover Tournament on Dec. 18-20. Other colleges participating are Spokane, Chemeketa, Clark, Clackamas, Olympic, Skagit Valley, and Treasure Valley. Highline (7-2) opens with Treasure Valley (1-6) on Dec. 18.

Twist and Shout

Harold Lee with an acrobatic move in the victory over Olympic College.

Men's Wrestling
Highline Falls to #12 Southwestern Oregon

Dec. 14 (report from Head Coach Scott Norton) :  This past Sunday we had a golden opportunity to knock of #12 Southwestern Oregon Community College.  Unfortunately, we let the opportunity slip right through our hands.  Our downfall began when Brad Reddaway missed weight at 133 lbs. and we had a forfeit at 149.  In addition, we have a few weights that have really struggled through the first half of the season.  On a brighter note, Erick Garcia knocked off a very good wrestler in #10 Walker Damewood.  What was more impressive was the fact that Erick had sub-locked his shoulder two days earlier, and turned around and added a major upset.  Garcia scored a near fall on Walker Damewood on two different occasions. 

For details on match results and photos of the South Puget Sound match go to the Wrestling Schedule/Results page.

On the Upside

Highline's Tyler Noon in control as he defeated Southwestern Oregon's Kiante Davis 6-2.

Congratulations to the Thunderbird  student/ athletes who made the
NWAC All-Academic Team for Fall Sports 2014/15:

  Joey Walker
Men's Soccer
  Armando Castillo 
Mathew Cruz  /   Klo Phillips
Women's Soccer
  Madissen Ostergaard   
 Adriana McMahon
Women's Volleyball 
Megan Smith  /  Danielle Tabor 
 Leone Tanielu  / AlexandraToth

Upcoming Events
(vs - home   @ - away)

Men's Wrestling
Dec. 4 S. Puget Sound Dual (home)
Dec. 14 SWOCC DUAL (home)
Dec. 20 Reno Tournament of Champs
Men's Basketball
Pre-Division Games
Dec. 4  7pm @Bellevue
Dec.10  8pm vs. Skagit
Dec.12-14 TBA Bellevue Tourney
Dec.16  6pm vs. Olympic
Dec.18-20 TBA Clackamas
           Crossover Tourney
Dec.30  3pm @Whatcom

Women's Basketball
Pre-League Games
Dec.5,6,7 @ Bellevue Classic
Dec.10th vs Whatcom 6pm
Dec.16 @ Peninsula College 5pm
Dec.18-20 @ Green River Crossover
Dec.27-29 @ Chemeketa Tournament


  Men's Soccer




Defeats North Idaho 3-0 in Finals

Vinny Nguyen Named Tournament MVP

See Men's Soccer page for additional game information and photos
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