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Women's Basketball

Working Overtime for a Win

 
(Jan. 18, 2017) - In the last five seconds of the second overtime, with the game on the line, it came down to Highline's Aileen Kay, a 5'3" freshman guard, making a play that decided the outcome. With Highline up by two points with five seconds to go and Grays Harbor in possession of the ball, looking to tie or win the game outright, Kaye forces a turnover, grabbed the loose ball, and bolted upcourt. Fouled with 2.4 seconds left, she calmly converted the free throws and Highline won an intense, frantic, sometimes sloppy, and thoroughly entertaining game over the visiting Grays Harbor Chokers 79-75 (stats). The Thunderbirds were led by Jasmine Hansgen (18 points, 5 rebounds), Anna Cook (17 points, 5 rebounds), and Theyoung Puoy (11 points, 11 rebounds). Grays Harbor was led by Angela Sikora (15 points) and Jaylin Brasher-Norwood (11 points, 7 rebounds).

While Kaye made the crucial steal at the end of the game, it was Highline's Anna Cook, who played a team high 41 minutes, who provided the spark and stability that kept the T-Birds in the game. With both teams struggling in shooting from the field and at the foul line, Cook went 6-12 from the field and was a perfect 5-5 from the foul line. One of the more interesting contrasts in the game was that while Grays Harbor was 8-27 in three point attempts, Highline only shot twice from behind the 3-point arc (missing both) and instead kept pounding the ball inside, resulting in being fouled and outscoring the Chokers 19-11 from the free throw line.

With the win, Highline improves to 2-1 in league play, with an away game at South Puget Sound on Jan. 21 before returning home for two games - Green River on Jan. 25 and Pierce College on Jan. 28.he Thunderbirds open league at Centralia on Jan. 11. 


                                                                                Ivy Swaines on the mid-range jumper.


                                             Jahnna Kahele-Madali (1) leads a Highline trap resulting in a Grays Harbor turnover.


Men's Basketball

Rocky Start to League Play

(Jan. 18, 2017) With leading scorer and rebound Jamie Orme (18.4 pts., 10.4 rbs) out with a leg injury, Highline scored 20 points under its season average in falling at home to the Grays Harbor Chokers 50-47 (stats). With the loss, the Thunderbirds fall to 7-10 for the season and 1-2 in league play.
While both teams struggled with shooting from the field (Highline 29.5%, Grays Harbor 32.8%), the Chokers did outrebound the T-Birds 48-40 and and hit three more 3-pointers for the margin of victory. Highline was led by Austin Anderson with 12 points, the only Thunderbird scoring in double-figures. Grays Harbor was paced by 16 points from Keeandre Rowland, including 4-7 from behind the 3-point arc.

Highline travels to South Puget Sound for a game on Jan. 21 before returning home for two games - Green River on Jan. 25 and Pierce College on Jan. 28.

Against Grays Harbor

                               Jeremi Hanks on the baseline jumper against Grays Harbor



                                                                      Malik Townsend gets fouled taking the ball inside.


Men's Wrestling

#19 Highline vs. #7 Southwestern Oregon (Jan. 7, 2017)

Assistant Coach Bradley Luvaas: 

This weekend we wrestled down in Coos, Bay.  We forfeited at 157, but our guys wrestled better than the first half of the season.  Luis Callen got us on the board at 125 with a solid decision over Ryder Mckee 13 – 7.  This was a good win for Luis.  Returning All-American, Andrew Ramirez, added to the score with an 11-5 decision over Marcus Martin who he has wrestled 3 times this year.  Cole Morrison also added a victory over Cody Greene 5 – 2. 

The team has been struggling a bit at 157 – 174.  We gave up 18 points in those three weights alone.

Mario Luevano was in a close match but was caught on his back twice trying to sit out.  That gave his opponent 8 pts.  A near fall is worth 4 points in college.  I think Mario can beat Webley.  I’m hoping he does it when it counts.  Josh Wessels also looked good at 197 losing a 4 -2 decision to 4th ranked Wyatt Westfall.  The final score was 32 – 9.  Highline will be in action this Sunday for the Boxer Open in Forest Grove, Oregon at 10:00 AM.



 Miguel Morales (center), Head Coach Scott Norton, and the team look during the match against North Idaho on Nov. 3.






    

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Upcoming Events
*Soccer home games are at the Starfire
   Soccer Complex
*Volleyball, Basketball, Wrestling and Softball home games/meets are on the
    Highline campus
*Women's Golf is at the Twin Lakes Golf
   Course (Federal Way)
*Women's Tennis is at the Boeing Employee
  Tennis Club Complex (Kent)

Schedule
2017
*Jan. 14  12pm  Women Basketball vs. South
  Puget Sound
*Jan. 14  2pm  Men Basketball vs. South
  Puget Sound
Jan. 14  7pm  Men's Wrestling - Boxer Open (Forest Grove, OR)
*Jan. 18  6pm  Women Basketball vs. Grays
  Harbor
*Jan. 18  8pm  Men Basketball vs. Grays
  Harbor
Jan. 21 5pm Women's Basketball at Lower Columbia
Jan. 21 7pm Men's Basketball at Lower Columbia
Jan. 22  9am  Men's Wrestling - Clackamas Open  (Oregon City , OR)
*Jan. 25 6pm Women's Basketball vs. Green
  River
*Jan. 25 8pm Men's Basketball vs. Green
  River
*Jan. 28 12pm  Women's Basketball vs.
  Pierce
*Jan. 28 2pm  Men's Basketball vs.
  Pierce
Feb. 1  6pm  Women's Basketball at Tacoma
Feb. 1  8pm  Men's Basketball at Tacoma
*Feb. 4  8pm  Men's Basketball at Tacoma
*Feb. 8  6pm  Women's Basketball vs Centralia
*Feb 8 8pm  Men's Basketball vs. Centralia
 
Feb. 11  1pm  Women's Basketball at South Puget Sound
Feb. 11  3pm  Men's Basketball at South Puget Sound
Feb. 15  6pm  Women's Basketball at Grays Harbor
Feb. 15  8pm  Men's Basketball at Grays Harbor
*Feb. 18  12pm  Women's Basketball vs.
  Lower Columbia
*Feb. 18  2pm Men's Basketball vs.
  Lower Columbia
Feb. 22  6pm  Women's Basketball at Green River
Feb. 22  8pm  Men's Basketball at Green River
Feb. 24-25 Men's Wrestling - NJCAA National Championships (Council Bluffs, IO)
Feb. 25  5pm  Women's Basketball at Pierce
Feb. 25  7pm  Men's Basketball at Pierce
*March 1 6pm Women's Basketball vs
  Tacoma
*March 1 8pm Men's Basketball vs
  Tacoma
March 9-12 NWAC Basketball
                    Championships
March 11  TBA  Women's Tennis at Bellevue (Robinswood Tennis Club)
*March 17  8pm Women's Tennis vs.
  Treasure Valley
*March 24 12pm Women's Tennis vs.
  Bellevue
*March 31  12pm  Women's Tennis vs.
  Skagit Valley
*April 2-3  Women's Golf at Twin Lakes
  Course (Federal Way, WA)
April 7  Women's Tennis at the College of
 Idaho
April 8  9am Women's Tennis at Treasure Valley
April 9-10  Women's Golf at Columbia Basin
*April 14  8pm Women's Tennis vs Spokane
April 22  10am Women's Tennis at Skagit Valley
April 23-24  Women's Golf at Green River
April 28  Women's Tennis at Lewis&Clark College
April 29  10am  Women's Tennis at Spokane
April 31-May 1  Women's Golf at Spokane
May 5-6 Women's Tennis  Conference Championships at Skagit Valley
May 21-22 Women's Golf Championships

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