Photos by Kurt Howard
Naji Haji of Foster climbs the back of Highline's Vincente Aquino on a header.

SLIDESHOW: Highline Roundup for 4-11-14

Thursday, April 10
Girls lacrosse
Kennedy 15, Curtis 3
Eileen Bruns scored seven goals for the Lancers in Thursday's win.

Wednesday, April 9
Boys soccer
Tyee 6, Evergreen 1
Tyee toppled Evergreen in Seamount League action Wednesday.
Foster 6, Highline 0
The Pirates pounded the Bulldogs in Wednesday's match at Foster.
Mt. Rainier 4, Kent-Meridian 1
The Rams were winners Wednesday.
Kennedy 1, Hazen 1
Kennedy Catholic battled the Highlanders to a 1-1 tie Wednesday.
Boys lacrosse
Blanchet 13, Kennedy 8
The Lancers were defeated in a lopsided game Wednesday.
Auburn-Riverside 5, Mt. Rainier 1
The Rams stopped the Rams on Wednesday.

Tuesday, April 8
Girls lacrosse
Gig Harbor 13, Kennedy 10
The Lancers were outgunned by Gig Harbor this past Tuesday.
Highline 0, Lindbergh 0
The Pirates and Eagles were both scoreless when action was stopped Tuesday and it was still an unofficial game.

Monday, April 7
Tyee 1, Evergreen 0
The Totems topped Evergreen in a 1-0 game on Monday.
Kennedy 15, Hazen 0
Kennedy clobbered the Highlanders this past Monday.
Mt. Rainier 12, Auburn 2
The Rams were big winners Monday.

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SLIDESHOW: Tyee & MR soccer

Optic yellow shoes ablazing, Adama Kante booted three goals to lift the Tyee boys soccer team to a 3-2 victory over Lindbergh Friday.
"He's stepped up big for us," said Tyee head coach Allen Rider of his senior midfielder, who is joined on the team by his brother, senior forward Hemidou Kante.

Led by Adama Kante's hat trick, the Totems ran their Seamount League record to a stellar 3-0-1 with the win at Highline Memorial Stadium.
Tyee is coming off a playoff season last year, and seems destined for another one in spite of taking heavy losses to graduation.

"We're having our struggles," Rider said. "We lost a lot of guys, but we're just working together and getting out the kinks."

Adama Kante's first score came with 28:30 to play in the first half from up close, and he found the left side of the net from the far right side to make it 2-1 in favor of the Totems with 11:20 to go before intermission.

Kante upped the lead to 3-1 with 31:10 remaining in the second half.
The shot was partially stopped by the Lindbergh goalkeeper, but it continued to roll and went over the goal line even though it didn't reach the actual net.

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Foster's Tyler Solemasaas jumps over the ground ball heading to 2nd base.

SLIDESHOW: Foster at Tyee baseball

Foster's Bulldogs came out barking and Tyee's defensive play went south.
The end result was double trouble for the Totems -- who were trounced, 12-6, by the Bulldogs in Seamount League baseball action Wednesday.

Foster build a 7-0 lead through the top of the fourth inning, while Tyee was plagued by seven errors and eight resulting unearned runs.

Foster improved its record to 3-3 in league play with the victory while knocking the Totems to 2-4. Both are among the Class 2A teams in the mixed 3A/2A Seamount. Lindbergh has the top 2A record of 4-2.

"It was a big win," said Foster head coach Eric Hall. "This was a team we looked at before the year and knew it would be a pivotal game. They're a good team and got us twice last year. They've got a lot of talent."

"We needed that one," said Tyee head coach Tremain Mack. "We just played terrible baseball today. Any time you give up that many unearned runs you're going to lose. Our kids just didn't show up today. But we're growing. We'll be fine."

The two teams get to do it all again on Foster's diamond at Showalter Middle School in Tukwila at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 23.

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