Photos by Suzanne Tennant
Highline at Safeco

SLIDESHOW: Highline Sports Roundup for 4-21-14

Sports Roundup

Saturday, April 19
Auburn Mountainview 5, Highline 0
Highline took a 5-0 non-league loss to Auburn Mountainview on Saturday, but had the experience of playing the game on the Seattle Mariners' home turf at Safeco Field.

Friday, April 18
Highline 6, Tyee 1
The Pirates did win a Seamount League that counted Friday, defeating the Tyee Totems team, 6-1.
Lindbergh 13, Evergreen 3
Lindbergh dealt the Wolverines a 13-3 Seamount League defeat this past Friday.
Kentlake 9, Mt. Rainier 0
Mount Rainier was topped by the Falcons in South Puget Sound League North Division action Friday.
Fastpitch softball
Highline 11, Tyee 7
Highline outslugged the Totems in a Seamount League game on Friday.
Lindbergh 15, Evergreen 0
The Wolverines were blanked by the Eagles this last Friday.
Mt. Rainier 4, Kentwood 3
The Rams emerged victorious against the Conquerors on Friday.
Boys soccer
Evergreen 1, Hazen 1
The Wolverines battled the Highlanders to a 1-1 tie in Friday's Seamount League action.
Foster 3, Lindbergh 2
Foster won Friday's match against the Eagles at Renton Stadium.
Mt. Rainier 2, Auburn 0

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Stolz wins one for Western

With the bulk of its squad competing in California, Western Washington University won three events at the Central Washington University Spike Arlt Invitational on Saturday at Tomlinson Stadium on the CWU campus.

Taking victories for the Vikings were Jade Wilson (Fr., Deer Park) in the men’s 400-meter hurdles (55.20), Gordie Kordas (Fr., Blaine) in the men’s pole vault (14-3 1/4) and Michelle Stolz (So., Tukwila/Highline) in the women’s 400 hurdles (1:06.22).

WWU makes its only home appearance of the season on Saturday, Apr. 26, at the Ralph Vernacchia Invitational which will be held at Bellingham’s Civic Stadium.

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Photos by Kurt Howard
A little holding trying to get to the ball.

SLIDESHOW: Highline Roundup for 4-18-14

Thursday, April 17
Boys soccer
Highline 0, Kennedy 0
Highline rose up to knot the Lancers in Thursday's action at the Starfire complex in Tukwila.
Track and field
The Kennedy Catholic boys posted an 89-47 victory over the Highlanders on Thursday as the girls took an 87-63 defeat.
Foster swept Thursday's rain and wind-soaked meet at Highline Memorial Stadium, winning the boys action by an 82-48 score and the girls by a 74-19 score.
Renton posted a 99-38 boys victory compared to Evergreen Tuesday and won, 115-22, over the Totems.
On the girls side, Renton was a 118-19 winner over the Wolverines and topped Tyee, 115-22.

Wednesday, April 16
Boys lacrosse
Kennedy 11, Seattle Prep 10
Ashton Pieris netted four goals and added two assists as Kennedy Catholic got its fourth win of the spring with an 11 – 10 boys high school lacrosse defeat of Seattle Prep at Foster High School in Tukwila.
Goaltender Charles Bergseth had eight saves in the Lancers win.

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