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Men’s Soccer Wins NWAC Championship

Defeats Whatcom 4-3 in Thriller

“That was about as good of a game
as it gets in a championship”
Highline Head Coach Steve Mohn

Nov. 14, 2021 – it was truly a contest worthy of a championship game, seeming to have a little of everything. A steady, wind-blown rain from a slate gray sky provided the atmosphere and the play provided the drama. There were exquisite passes, keepers making lunging saves, players slipping at key times on the wet turf, physical and at times chippy play (Whatcom with five yellow cards), shots clanging off crossbars, a penalty kick, a disallowed goal later allowed (it wasn’t offsides),  comebacks by both teams, and a winning goal by Highline’s Alex Velasco, assisted by Jesus Jeronimo in the 88th minute.
The championship is Highline’s third in the last seven years, following titles in 2014 and 2017, all under Head Coach Steve Mohn.

Read the NWAC story of the game.


Men Soccer Championship Team Photo 2021

“It doesn’t get much better than winning a championship. This one was a wild game. It never really gets old winning a championship.”

Highline Head Coach Steve Mohn

The Championship Goal

Alex Velasco (on the left) scores at 88 minutes to put Highline ahead for good in its 4-3 win over Whatcom in the championship game.

Men Soccer Championship Game photo


Women’s Soccer Falls in Playoff Semifinals

A fine season by the Highline Women’s team ended in the semifinals with a 2-1 loss to Clark College.  Overall, the team went 12-3-1 and 9-2-1 in league play, winning the NWAC West Division.

Midfielder Meredith Udovich, with 8 goals and 18 assists, was named West Region MVP.  Abby Carmel, Myka Carr, and Andrea Guiton were all named to the All-Star team with Head Coach Tom Moore once again received Coach of the Year honors for the West Division.

Meredith Udovich HIghline Women's SoccerMeredith Udovich  (West Region MVP)

Women’s Volleyball Ousted in Playoffs

Highline ran into some bad luck and inspired play by their opponents in losing to both Rogue and Bellevue in the first round,marking the end to their season. The team finishes 17-10 for the season and 10-2 in league, finishing second in the NWAC West Division.

Kylie Lunday not only led Highline with 200 kills, she led the entire league with a .401 hitting percentage. Lauren Clark, wiht 780 assists, was sixth in the league averaging 8.18 per set. Vanessa Mendez took team honors with 306 digs and 29 service aces.


Highlne Volleyball 2021 Photo Gallery

The Highline Golf Team participated in the NWAC Invitational at Apple Tree Golf Club in Yakima.

Oct. 17-18


The women finished 7th out of 10 teams

  • Brooklyn Grant shot 82-85 to finish 9th

  • Ashlynn Verhaeren shot 90-91 to finish 25th

  • Faylisa Valle shot 92-91 to finish 26th

Faylisa Valle Highline Golf

Faylisa Valle 

Brooklyn Grant Highline Golf Oct 17-18

Brooklyn Grant

Women's Basketball Photo Gallery 112021Highline freshman point guard Hiilani Arai goes in for a layup against Everett

Men's Basketball Photo Gallery Nov. 19, 2021Highline Luke Brower gets two of his 20 points against Shoreline.

Individual Team Pages