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Congratulations to Ryley Johnson, the NWAC Men's Soccer Player of the Week for Sept. 20

 

Soccer  Teams Continue to Roll
  Women Roll Past Green River; Men Topple Tacoma

Women's Soccer

Sept. 23 -  Highline's defense smothered Green River's attack, not allowing any shots on goal, and its offense came alive in the second half as the Thunderbirds rolled past the Gators 5-0 (box).  It was Taylor Capuzzi, off an assist by Fiona Dawson, that put Highline ahead at 20 minutes.  This was the only scoring until BIanca Acuario scored unassisted at 65 minutes.  Then in a space of three minutes, starting at 78 minutes, Jewel Boland, Jessica Chen, and Fiona Dawson of Highline all found the back of the Gator net. For the game, the T-Birds had 20 attempts on goal to none by Green River.
With the win Highline maintains the lead in the NWAC West Divison.  For the season HIghline has outscored its opponents 36-1.


Bella Keane pushes the ball upfield against the Pierce defense.

 


Men's Soccer

Sept.20  – Highline forward Ryley Johnson, fresh off being named NWAC Player of the Week, scored two goals in the second half as the Thunderbirds improved to 7-0-0 for the season and 40-0 in league play with a 3-1 (box) win over the home Tacoma Titans.  With the scored 1-0 at halftime with a goals by Highline's Tyler Black, the Titan's Saidi Myenyeheri evened the contest at 52 minutes.  Just two minutes later Johnson broke the tie off an assist by Dane Evanger, and then gave the T-Birds some breathing room with an unassisted goal at 68 minutes. Akili Kasim recorded the win in goal, stopping four of five Tacoma shots.

The top-ranked Thunderbirds ( in the NWAC Coaches Poll) next travel to South Puget Sound to take on the Clippers on Sept. 27.

 

Highline's Fernando Sanchez against Bellevue's Omar Paez for control of the ball.

 

Women's Volleyball

Conference Win

Sept. 20  Highline opened conference play by drubbing Green River in a three-set sweep, 25-17, 25-17, 25-17 box.  Zoe Gaines and Adrienne Haggerty each had five kills, while Mahie Kaawa had 18 sets and Lindsey Nein led the team with 13 digs.   Highline next travels to South Puget Sound on Sept. 22 before returning home on Sept. 27 to take on Centralia.

Zoe Gaines on the left side kill against Bellevue (Sept. 16).




   
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