Rain dampens T-Bird's game

By Taylor Poe - Staff Reporter



The T-Birds placed seventh out of eight with a total score of 575.

Highline college played over the weekend in a two-day tournament hosted by Green River College at Lake Wilderness Golf Course on Sunday April 23.

Also on Monday, April 24 they moved courses and played at the Washington National Golf Club in Auburn.

The winning team for the tournament was North Idaho totaling at 501.

Skagit Valley took second place with a total score of 516.

Columbia Basin came in third, Spokane in fourth, Southwestern Oregon in fifth, Olympic in sixth, and Walla Walla in eighth.

Highline's Mikayla Kato placed 19th out of 46 with a total score of 186, while Hailey Johnson and Ruby Lampkey tied at 30th out of 46 at 197. Megan Martin placed 34th at 203;

Aimee Chomngram shot 205 for 37th place; Jasmine Hansgen placed 41st at 209.

"I try to set a goal of shooting in the 80s every round," said Hailey Johnson.

The season started off pretty rough, she said, but she has continued to improve.

"I shot my best score of 80 last week so now I want to make a goal of breaking 80 before the season is over," said Johnson.

Johnson said she struggles most with her sand game the most, but her putting has improved and that helps a lot.

The Lady T-Birds will be playing Sunday and Monday, April 29 and 30 in the Bigfoot League match at the Liberty Lake Golf Course. It is a newly remodeled champion public golf course in Spokane, Washington.

The tournament will be a preview of the NWAC Championship featuring all eleven teams in their division that they will be facing.

Rain dampens T-Bird's game

The T-Birds place seventh out of eight, with a total score of 5754 in the Green River tournament last weekend.


T-Birds net win over Skagit

The ladies tennis team had no difficulties getting another easy win against Skagit Valley on Friday.


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Highline women's fastpitch currently owns the sixth best record in the NWAC North Region.


Student passes out in North Parking Lot

An older student was found unconscious in the North Parking Lot on April 13 by Public Safety. Reports were that the individual tripped and fell, hitting their head on the pavement. The student was then transported to a nearby hospital for further treatment.

Honda filtched

A 1997 Honda Civic was stolen in the South Lot on April 13 at 1:20 p.m. Des Moines Police showed up on scene and took a report. It is unknown if the vehicle was ever found. Public Safety advises students with a 1990 to early 2000 Honda Civic or Accord models to purchase a wheel lock because those cars are easy money makers for thieves. Some Honda models have few universal keys, making those cars very accessible too.

An epic epi-flub

A nursing student accidently injected himself at 9:10 a.m. on April 14 with a real epi-pen in class when he intended to use a prop. A medical call was placed and the student was checked out by medics. The individual did not suffer from any complications and made a full recovery, according to Public Safety.

Way too buzzed

An intoxicated male was found by Public Safety locked out of his vehicle in the South Lot on April 14 at 6 a.m. Des Moines Police responded and the man cooperated with authorities. The man said he was having a dispute with a roommate and he was trying to get away. Des Moines Police offered to drive the man home, but he declined and a friend of the man picked him up. The man was not indicted by police.

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