The Surf Report – October 1st


The Fall sports programs continued North Region play with some important match ups. Catch up on all the action!

Volleyball traveled to Bremerton on Wednesday, September 30th to take on the Rangers from Olympic College. Shoreline came into the game in 3rd place trailing both Bellevue and Olympic in the North Region standings. The Phins came out strong and took the match in straight sets (31-29, 25-19, 25-23) to jump into 2nd place in the region. Shoreline was led by Anya Golubitskikh’s 13 kills and 5 blocks. Taylor Alexander and A’Laisia Redden each contributed 14 digs. Setter Carlie Howard added 33 assists to go with 8 digs. uLE1p1n2nVsnyzsxxIJJ5P0FVRAPqU_BokP7j_zRCJ4

Next up the Phins host Whatcom Community College on Friday, October 2nd at 7pm. Shoreline sits in 2nd place behind Bellevue College in the North Region with a record of 2-1 and .

Wednesday was a busy day for the Men’s and Women’s Soccer programs as they hosted Peninsula College in a doubleheader. The Women opened the day against the nationally ranked and NWAC #2 Women’s Soccer team from Peninsula. The Phins’ defense was stout through the first half fending off a number of Peninsula attacks. A 0-0 half time score quickly changed as Peninsula took a 0-1 lead in the 51st minute after a Shoreline own goal. The Phins answered right back as Rylee O’Dell got the final touch to a Phin corner kick to tie the game in the 55th minute. Amanda Aversano made a great save on a penalty to keep the score tied 1-1. Following another Aversano save in the 83rd minute a Peninsula player reacted first to the rebound and put home what would be the winning (1)

The heartbreaking loss kept the Phins in 3rd place in the North Region. Shoreline hosts Skagit Valley on Saturday, October 3rd at 12:30pm.

In the second game of the doubleheader the Men’s team faced the NWAC #3 Men’s Soccer program from Peninsula College. Through the first round of North Region play the Phins were the only team to get a result in their fixture against Peninsula after drawing the first round match up. Both teams created a number of chances in the first 25 minutes. Shoreline came close on two different corners but watched free headers sail over the goal. Peninsula would get the first goal of the match in the 35th minute on a penalty following a foul in the box. 10 minutes later Jerry Reyes-Ortega made the save of the season climbing high to his left side to turn away a curling shot from outside the box. Early in the second half newJrHGet6lS87wBDE3VeJsw64vFQQFaPXWVuhpNLQUthe Phins went down a 2nd goal after an own goal. That scoreline would hold as the Phins dropped points at home.

The Men’s Soccer team currently sits in 4th place in the North Region with a 1-2-3 record in region and 1-2-6 overall. The Phins host Skagit Valley on Saturday, October 3rd at 3pm.


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