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Continued Excellence
  Men and Women Soccer Teams Continue to Chalk Up the Wins

Women's Soccer

Oct. 14 -   Highline won its sixth game in a row and remained undefeated for the season with a 4-0 road shutout (link) of the Lower Columbia Red Devils.  At 9-0-1 in league play and 12-0-1 for the season, the Thunderbirds join Peninsula and Walla Walla as the only NWAC teams without a loss. 
The Thunderbirds took control of the game in the first half, with McKenzie Buell scoring at 13 minutes and Jewel Boland adding a pair of goals to put the game out of reach.  Kacy-Lyn Navarro added a second half goal and the league-leading Highline defense, with Jocelyn Hanrath in goal, kept the Red Devils off the board.
Jewel Boland, with 14 goal, tied for third in the NWAC.  This, with her eight assists gives her a season total of 36 points, second in the league.  Jocelyn Hanrath, starting keeper for Highline, leads the league in Save Percentage (.917), Goals Against Average (.20), and Goals Against (2).
With four games left in the regular season, the team next plays at Bellevue on Oct. 18.

 

Against Pierce (Sept. 16)


Bella Keane pushes the ball upfield against the Pierce defense.

 


Men's Soccer

Off and Running

Oct. 14 -   Talk about your quick starts.  Gavin McLeroy scored at 25 seconds into the game from an assist by Jinoh Bae and the Thunderbirds never looked back in cruising to a 8-0 win (link) on the road against South Puget Sound.  Ryley Johnson and Adama Kante each had two goals and an assist, and Million Teckie and Cris Garfias each added a goal and assist.  For Johnson, it was his team leading 10th and 11th goals of the year, while Kante now has 9 goals.   In the contest Highline put 23 shots on goal while T-Bird keeper Julian Tafolla made two saves against the anemic Clipper attack.

Highline now stands 8-0-1 in league play (11-0-1 season) and leads the NWAC West Division by eight points over second place Pierce. The T-Birds are one of two undefeated teams in the league, joining Whatcom (12-0-3).   Having scored 37 goals, the team is tied for fourth in the NWAC while in goals surrendered (7) it is second in the league trailing only Rogue Community College (6 goals allowed).

With three games left in the regular season, the team next plays at Bellevue on Oct. 18.

Against South Puget Sound (Oct. 14)

Highline's Gavin McLeroy weaves his way through the South Puget Sound defense.

 

Women's Volleyball
Sweep at Green River
Oct. 13 – The T-Birds made the short trip to Green River and swept the Gators in three sets 25-15. 25-23. 25-17 (link).   Highline improves to 5-3 in the NWAC West Division (12-17 season), good for fourth place.   Zoe Gaines led the Highine attack with 12 kills and a .320 kill percentage.   Adrienne Haggerty had 8 kills in 12 attempts for a .667 percentage.  Mahie Kaawa once again led the team with 27 sets and Lindsey Nein added 13 digs.

The Thunderbirds next play on Oct. 18, hosting South Puget Sound.

Against Green River  (Oct. 13)


Olivia Chapman with the dig in Highline's sweep of Green River


Streaming Video of Highline
home games

Women's Volleyball
vs South Puget Sound  Oct. 18  7pm

Women's Soccer
 vs. Green River  Oct. 21  12pm


Men's Soccer
 

   
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