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Golf team tees up for spring season

Highline’s golf team is ready to take a swing at their upcoming season.

Head Coach Steve Turcotte says he is excited to capitalize on the momentum gained during their autumn outing.

“They showed plenty of promise in the fall season with our three tournaments,” Turcotte said.

The spring team is identical to the one seen last fall with sophomores Ashlynn Verhaaren, Shylee McConnell, and Fails Valley joining up with freshmen Nevaeh Clancy, Mariah Mauer, and Brooklyn Grant.

Women’s golf team gets in a few rounds, looks ahead to spring

Highline women’s golf coach Steve Turcotte is happy that the Lady T-Birds got to compete in three games this fall.

COVID-19 has been affecting every sports team that plays in the fall.

Fall sports will get a chance to play in winter, spring

Highline’s fall sports teams may be back in action as early as Jan. 2, 2021, NWAC officials say.

The Northwest Athletic Conference, of which Highline is a part, has pushed all sports ahead to winter and spring as they attempt to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.