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Running in First
Cross-Country (Oct.25)

Endalkachew Abebaw started with 41 other runners and over 8 kilometers separated himself from the pack, finishing first in the 2014 NWAC Northwest Region Cross-Country Championships.  With at time of 27:10.4, Ababew was three seconds faster than Everett's Stephen Dietz, finishing at 27.13.7.  With Colton Maddy finishing in eighth place, Hunter Printz in 14th place, and Joey Walker in 20th place gave Highline four finishers in the top 20 of the championship.

Endalkachew Abebaw

Tuning Up for the Playoffs
Women's Soccer Team Crunches Lower Columbia

Women's Soccer: Oct. 25
After playing top-ranked Peninsula to a 0-0 tie on Oct. 22, Highline got its scoring touch back in a big way against the Lower Columbia Red Devils. The Thunderbirds regularly found the back of the Lower Columbia net in cruising to a 11-0 win (box).  With the win Highline, having already clinched a playoff spot, moves into the lead in the NWAC West Division with 44 points, at 14-1-2 in league play.  Peninsula, in second place with 41 points at 13-1-2, has played one less game than the T-Birds.

The contest with the Red Devils was quickly decided as Highline had four goals in the first 12 minutes of the game.  Paige Surber started the honors off an assist by Jessi Beverlin at 2 minutes, and Adrianna McMahon finished the scoring at 73 minutes with her first goal of the year from an assist by Alexis Pryor.  In between, Madison Gale recorded four goals (17 for the year), Alexis Pryor added two goals and two assists, Annalise Miller-Wells had two goals and an assist, and Nanea Tavares contributed a goal and assist.

Highline has one more regular season game,  traveling to Tacoma on Nov. 1 before beginning post-season play.  

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Cruising Past Centralia
Women’s Volleyball (Oct. 29)

The bad news for Highline was that Danielle Tabor and Megan Smith, two of Highline's key front players, were out with injuries for the match with Centralia.  The good news was that Cheyanne Haas, who has seen limited playing time this year, was ready to take full advantage of the opportunity.  Getting the start, Haas  recorded seven kills and had an attack percentage of .385 in helping lead the Thunderbirds to a three game sweep over the Centralia Trailblazers  25-19, 25-15, 25-17 (box).  Kristen Anderson also joined Haas with seven kills, while Alexa Toth provided 22 sets and Aliya Ranis led the defense with 12 digs.

With four matches left in the regular season, Highline is third in the NWAC West Division at 7-3 (22-13 for the season).  Next for the Thunderbirds is a trip to Lower Columbia on Nov. 5 before finishing at home against division opponents Clark (Nov. 7), Green River (Nov. 12), and Pierce (Nov. 14).

SNo Stopping It

Cheyanne Haas  gets one of her seven kills against Centralia on Oct. 29.


Madison Gale tangles with Elizabeth Jackson (7) of Lower Columbia. Gale would score 4 goals
against the Red Devils, giving her 17 for the season.

You Take It ...  No, You Go Ahead ... No, Please, I Insist...

Erica Davis (24) and Sofia Arnone (14) of Highline discussing who will take the free kick
against Lower Columbia.  

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)
Women' s Soccer
Oct. 22 Highline at Peninsula 1pm
Oct.25 vs L. Columbia (Starfire 12pm)
Nov.1st @ Tacoma 12pm

Men's Soccer

Oct. 22nd Highline at Peninsula 3pm
Nov. 1st Highline at Tacoma 2:15pm
Women's Volleyball
Oct. 22 7pm @ Grays Harbor
Oct. 24 7pm vs. Tacoma
Oct. 29 7pm vs. Centralia
Nov. 5 7pm @ Lower Columbia
Nov. 7 7pm vs. Clark
Nov. 12 7pm vs. Green River
Nov. 14 7pm vs. Pierce

Men's Wrestling

Oct. 30 Intersquad Meet
Nov. 9 Mike Clock Open
Nov. 15 Clackamas Dual
Nov. 22 North Idaho Duals
Nov. 23 Spokane Open
Dec. 4 S. Puget Sound Dual (home)
Dec. 14 SWOOC DUAL (home)
Dec. 20 Reno Tournament of Champs

Men's Basketball

Oct. 31 TBA Green/White (cancelled)
Nov.7   7pm @ Everett
Nov.11  2pmA @Wenatchee
Nov.14  7pm @Edmonds

Pre-Division Games
Nov.21  6pm vs. Peninsula
Nov.22  3pm @Yakima
Nov.29  2pm vs. Alumni
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

Oct.25 vs Evergreen State 6pm
Oct.25 vs.Wenatchee Valley 6pm
Nov. 2 @ UPS 2pm
Nov. 8 @ Bellevue

Pre-League Games
Nov. 21-22 @ MT Hood Classic
Nov.29 vs Alumni 12pm
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

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Updated Nov. 2014

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