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Region 18 Wrestling Championships
Highline will host the Region 18 Wrestlling Championships on Saturday, Feb. 13 from 10am - 4pm.  Highline will be well represented at the event, along with wrestlers from Clackamas, North Idaho College, Southwestern Oregon Community College, and other teams.

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Jan. 30 - Highline vs. SWOCC

Report from Head Coach Scott Norton

his weekend we were down in Coos Bay to wrestle Southwestern Oregon. We have some wrestlers that are trying to get healthy for the Region 18 Championships in two weeks. So we had a bit of an uphill battle because we forfeited 3 weights, all due to injuries, and left 3 starters on the couch. Highline picked up victories from Andrew Ramirez 133, who hasn’t been beat by a junior college wrestler at 133 lbs. Josh Smith 157, also looked dominant using a series of double leg takedowns to take out Leroy Santos 15 – 5. The other victory came as Tyler Noon beat Tyler Webley 5 – 2. I think our guys wrestled pretty well. What also hurt us was the closely contested matches at 165 and 184. Volodymyr Kalenin was in a tight match at 165, made a mistake in the third period and was caught on his back. Taylor Johnson had the same thing happen at 184. Neither have been in practice over the last week so they weren’t as prepared as they could have been. Highline will be in action at home on Feb. 13 for the Region 18 Championships that qualify each individual wrestler for the national tournament. There should be some great wrestling taking place there.

125 Fransisco Barrera(SWOCC) win by forfeit.
133 Andrew Ramirez (H) 3-2 over Beau Shatto(SWOCC)
141 Braydon Akeo(SWOCC )md. 16-3 over Cole Morrison(H)
149 Randy Nimrick(SWOCC) win by forfeit
157 Josh Smith(H) md. 15-5 over Leroy Santos(SWOCC)
165 Lucius Van Rensberg(SWOCC) fall. Volodymyr KaleninH)
174 Tyler Noon(H) d. 5-2 Tyler Webley(SWOCC)
184 Chase Anderson(SWOCC) fall Taylor Johnson(H)
197 Zachary Hammersmith(SWOCC) forfeit
 Hwt. Timothy Smith (SWOCC) d.4-3 Teban Mansaray(H)


 

Highline vs. Warner Pacific


 Josh Smith of Highline on his way to pinning Michael Feltman of Warner Pacific at 157 lbs.


 Cole Morrison (in an exhibition match) doing his best to turn his opponent into a pretzel.


 




The Academic National Championship/span>
Congratulations to the Men's Wrestling Team for receiving the Academic National Championship
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or 2014/15 for the second consecutive year and the fourth time in team history. This is the first time a team has won the award in back-to-back years and Highline is the only team to have won the award more than once. 
(see the Highline College press release)     (see the story from the NWAC)













 







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2015/16 Schedule  
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Sun. Nov. 8 Mike Clock Open Forest Grove, Or 10:00 AM
Sat. Nov. 14 California Duals Redding, CA 10:00 AM
Sat. Nov. 21 NIC Duals NIC , Idaho 12:00 PM
Sun. Nov. 22 Spokane Open Spokane, WA 9:00 AM
Sat. Dec. 5 Clackamas Dual Highline 7:00 PM
Sun. Dec. 13 SWOCC Dual Highline 12:00 PM
Sun. Dec. 20 Reno Tourney of Champs Reno, NV. 9:00AM
Sat. Jan. 9 Pacific Warner Highline 7:00 PM
Sun. Jan. 17 Boxer Open  12:00 PM
Thurs. Jan. 21 NIC Dual Highline  (Cancelled)
Sun. Jan. 24 Clackamas Open   Clackamas, OR 9:00 AM
Sat.  Jan. 30  SWOOC Dual  Coos Bay, OR  12:00pm
Sat. Feb. 13    Regionals    Highline 10:00 AM
Fri. Feb. 26 9:00 AM  / Sat. Feb. 27 9:00 AM  
National Championships
, Des Moines, IO


Top Highline Wrestling Boosters

*Wooding Family –     One of Highline's most prominent past coaches  *Ottiw Family –    Prominent Washington Wrestling Family *John Clemens – Former Highline Coach *Cory Sonnen – Owner of Tri-Pak/Pac-10 -  Champion/Teamate of Coach Norton
*Scott Norton – Head Coach of Highline;   Former Univ. of Oregon wrestler  *Morin Family – Began a Junior College Scholarship
  for Highline  *Schutte Family (Othello)– Best Friend of Head
  Coach Scott Norton  *Brad Luvaas – Asst. Wrestling Coach at Highline  *Joy Coleman – Head Coach at Orting High
* 
Andy Olson – Former Highline All-American *Chad Omanaka – Former student of  Coach Norton  *Inglemoor Wrestling
*Dave Gilbertson – Runs Washington Wrestling  Report/Orca Duals  *Craig Hansen–East Valley Wrestling Club (Spokane)*Derek Norton *Drew Miller *Steve Hadsel – Former Highline C.C. Asst. Coach *Tim McCann – Former Highline Wrestler *Stan Kawamoto – Former Washington Wrestling  Referee *Bill Small *Phil Pine – Head Coach South Sound C.C./   Washington Wrestling Fundraiser *Randy Beddow *Alex Phillips *Dale Harada – Former Highline Wrestling Trainer *Highland Wrestling *James Barr-Finch – Former Highline Wrestler *Chuck Harrison *Jon Muri – Former Highline Wrestler *Tahoma Wrestling Club *Serge Litvenenko – former student of Coach Norton  *Nick Holobon – former student of Coach Norton *Richard Rockwell – Former Yakima Valley Wrestler
*Andrew Ashworth *Brandon Forster *Brian and Heather Meyer
*Nina Snowden *Jason Nixon *Matt Rapelje *Lori Hollaway – Former teaching colleague    of Coach Norton *Dave Jedlicka – Prominent Washington Wrestling Photographer *Jonee Dubos
*AJ Ranjiban – Friend of Coach Norton *Leilani Tynan – Sister of Hwt. standout Ben Tynan *Eric Givens

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Updated on August 23, 2013

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