2018-19 Varsity Football Schedule
Post Season (If Qualified)
Post Season schedule is not yet available.
2017 AWARDS & HONORS
Jan 5, 2018 12:43 PM
Blocking Award: Blake Suivaaia
Tackling Award: Deshayne Stevens
Most Improved: Jakob Vanderflute
Commitment & Brotherhood: Greg Thomas-Smith
2A SPSL Sound All League Football Team
Deshayne Stevens 12 (Linebacker)
Blake Suivaaia 12 (Offensive Lineman)
2A East West All-Star Game Nomination – Deshayne Stevens
National Football Foundation Scholarship Nomination – Ty Shanklin (RB) & Blake Suivaaia (Lineman)
2017-18 Honor Roll Athletes
Pirate Youth Football Camp
Oct 5, 2017 7:25 AM
The Pirate football program hosted their second annual youth football camp this past July 11th - 14th for boy's and girls entering grades 3 through 8. The campers had a great time being coached by the Highline Pirate football players as well as the coaching staff. We are looking forward to hosting the camp again next year around the same time.
Highline Football 80% Club Recipients
Oct 5, 2017 7:22 AM
Congratulations to our Highline Football 80% Club Recipients!!!
Congratulations to our 80% CLUB athletes!!! These Pirates have attended 80% or more of the spring practices as well as weight training session throughout the summer. This list has increased since last year and definitely shows the overall improvement in regards to the level of commitment to the Highline football program. Great job!!! - this is not easy - it takes a lot of hard work, dedication, and sacrifice. Also - great job to the freshmen athletes that have just recently joined the program but have shown early signs of dedication and commitment (keep it up!!!). Way to go Pirates!!! If you are on the list as an 80% club recipient, please send me your t-shirt size ASAP.
80 % CLUB
Ricky Castillo 12th
George Evans 11th
Angel Haney-Lazaro 11th
Robert Jarata 12th
Alexander Jepsen 10th
Eli Mandujano-Orozco 10th (Most workouts attended!!!)
Jacob Naon 11th (Most workouts attended!!!)
Giuseppe Quackenbush 12th
Raymond Roberson 11th
Jacob Vanderflute 11th
Daniel Vuong 10th
Kedyn Apelu 10th
Frank Evans 11th
Kyle Gran 10th
Steven Spcknall 12th
EJ Terrazas 12th
Fred Vollmer 10th
FRESHMEN RECOGNITION: (attended 10 or more workouts!!!)
Jayden Lyche (Perfect Attendance!!!)
Eduardo Munoz (Perfect Attendance!!!)
Justice Nguyen (Perfect Attendance!!!)
Tristan Pacheco (Perfect Attendance!!!)
Mannie Richards (Perfect Attendance!!!)
Noel Rodriguez (Perfect Attendance!!!)
Tony Truong (Perfect Attendance!!!)
Coach Jones - Offensive Coordinator / Defensi...
Oct 5, 2017 7:19 AM
Coach Jones better known as Rob Jones played running back for Franklin High School, Seattle, WA. He was a four-year starter, and played alongside long time friend Corey Dillon. Franklin High School ranked number one and two in the State each of the four years he played. He was also awarded 1st team all metro running back for all four year playing at Franklin High.
He attended Grambling State University where he played running back for 3 years under the legendary coach Eddie Robinson. After playing college football, Rob Jones started coaching in 2005 as Defensive Coordinator and Line coach at Lindbergh High School. He was instrumental in assisting the team into the post-season playoff and unfortunately losing to the eventual state champs, Bellevue High School.
After one year at Lindbergh High, Rob joined Tyee High School in 2006 as the assistant head coach and offensive coordinator and quarterback coach. In 2007, Rob Joined Franklin High School as the assistant head coach, offensive coordinator and running back/receiver coach. In the five years tenure, Rob coached an 0-8 Franklin High School team, to back to back metro championships appearances. After leaving Franklin High School Rob joined the Rainier Beach High School in 2014 for two years as the assistant offensive coach, special teams coach and quarterback coach. Coach Jones will be returning to the Pirate coaching staff this fall 2017 season as the OC, quarterback coach and defensive back coach.
Coach Hernandez - Offensive Linemen / Linebac...
Oct 5, 2017 7:18 AM
Coach Kevin Hernandez is a father of 3 and resides in Burien, Washington. He was born in Los Angeles, California and moved to Washington in 2000. His love for football began as a young child through his attendance of USC Football games. He began playing recreational football at the age of 8 and began coaching young athletes his Junior year of High School. Coach Kevin Graduated from Highline High School, where he played 4 years for the Highline Pirates. He was Team Captain the last 3 years of High School, earning most inspirational his Junior and Senior year. He then played 2 years as a linebacker and long-snapper at Western Washington University. Coach Kevin is excited to be coaching at his alma mater, helping to instill the fundamentals of the game and develop strong athletes.
Coach Lewis - Wide Receivers / Defensive Back...
Oct 5, 2017 7:15 AM
Coach Lewis was born in Cincinnati Ohio, but raised in University Place, near Tacoma where he attended Curtis High School. At Curtis HS Coach Lewis lettered in football and basketball and won back to back state titles in football in 1995 and 1996. He graduated from Lane College and started coaching basketball as a student coach with the Lane College girls’ basketball team in 2002 and 2003 after a short stint playing college football for Lane College. His career was cut short due to injury and he moved back to Washington in 2008 and started coaching at Meeker Middle School (boys’ varsity basketball) and then moved on to coach at Chinook Middle School (boy’s and girls’ varsity basketball). Coach Lewis has been coaching High school football for 5 years (4 years here at HHS) and has coached almost every position on offense and defense. Coach Lewis also serves as an assistant at Sylvester Middle school for football and Highline High school as the boys basketball C team coach. As a member of the Pirate coaching staff, Coach Lewis will be responsible for coaching the defensive backs as well as the wide receivers.
Coach Cross - Head Coach & Defensive Coordina...
Oct 5, 2017 7:14 AM
Second year head coach Mark Cross graduated from Ballard High School and played on the varsity football team as a quarterback and linebacker. He was a four year letterer on the team where he served two years as the team captain and was second in touchdowns scored in the Metro league his senior year.
Coach Cross went on to play at Santa Rosa Junior College (California) where he played on the defensive side of the ball as an outside linebacker and many roles on special teams. He then transferred to Concordia College in Moorhead, MN where he played strong safety.
Coach Cross earned his B.S. Degree from Central Washington University majoring in Physical Education K-12 and minoring in Exercise Science. He also attained his Master’s Degree from Ohio University specializing in Athletic Administration. He began his coaching career at Ballard High School as a wide receiver coach and then moved on to Garfield High School as the quarterbacks coach.
Mr. Cross began his career in education where he taught PE and coached a variety of sports at Lakota Middle School as well as served as the school’s athletic director. Coach Cross has also served as an athletic director at Evergreen Campus as well as Seattle Preparatory School. While at Seattle Prep, he also taught PE and was the offensive coordinator of the football team. In addition to being the head coach, Coach Cross is also a PE teacher at Highline where he instructs a variety of weight training and fitness classes.
Coach Becker - Volunteer Coach
Oct 5, 2017 7:13 AM
Mark Becker is a Highline High School graduate, and resides in Burien. He graduated from Central Washington University, majoring in History and Education. Coach Becker has been a teacher (or substitute teacher) in the Highline School District for 10 years. He has coached football in the district for 12 years as well. Some of his coaching stops include: Tyee H.S., Evergreen H.S., Highline H.S., Sylvester M.S., and Cascade M.S. Coach Becker will be responsible for filming games and scouting.
Coach McMahon - Running Backs / Defensive Lin...
Oct 5, 2017 7:12 AM
Coach Bill McMahon comes to the Highline football program after serving as the Head Coach at Seattle Prep for the 2015 season. McMahon spent 40 years coaching at Lakeside High School, 33 as the Head Coach. Following his Lakeside tenure, he assisted with the Seattle Prep program in 2011 and 2012. He then joined the staff at Nathan hale High School, returning to Prep in 2014. Coach McMahon will coach the running backs and defensive linemen in his 2nd year at HHS.
Oct 5, 2017 7:08 AM
Thank You to the football players and athletes that volunteered to clean up after the annual Brot Trot event in Burien on Sunday, October 1st, 2017.
Way to support your local community Pirates!!!
2017 Leadership Council
Oct 5, 2017 7:06 AM
Pirate Football Fan Gear Available!!!
Oct 5, 2017 7:02 AM
- PURCHASE PIRATE FOOTBALL FAN GEAR AT THE FOLLOWING LINK:
- $1 Will be donated to the HHS Football program for each item sold.
2017 Team Calendar
Jun 16, 2017 11:41 AM
The Team Calendar is available for viewing under the Documents tab to the left. Please refer to the calendar for practice times.
2016-2017 Honor Roll Athletes
May 1, 2017 8:38 AM
Congratulations to our 2016-2017 Athletes from the 1st semester of the school year!!!
3.5 GPA and above:
3.0 GPA and above
Amine El Moujahid
3rd Quarter Honor Roll (2016-2017)
3.5 GPA and above
3.0 GPA and above
National Football Foundation - Scholar Athlet...
Mar 2, 2017 5:47 PM
Congratulations to Benji Box and Malik White on being selected as the recipients of the National Football Foundations scholar athlete award. Each year the Seattle Chapter of the National Football Foundation recognizes two Scholar-Athletes from each High School in the area. These athletes are acknowledged for their accomplishments both on the field, in the community and in the classroom. The annual awards ceremony and brunch is hosted in the Delta 360 lounge at Century Link Field.
Four Highline High School football players he...
Oct 2, 2016 8:43 PM
Highline students Amine, Kae Rae, Caleb, and Henry sprang into action after reading a Facebook post about a boy named Lennie who lives in a nearby town. Lennie’s mom wrote in the post that he was turning 11 very soon. No one had shown up to Lennie’s birthday parties for the last two years, and Lennie’s mom was worried it would happen again. She also said it was a difficult time for their family because Lennie’s grandfather had recently passed away.
Even though they had never met Lennie, these students decided they wanted to go to his birthday party. Amine even brought him a pair of his Jordan sneakers as a gift (something requested in the Facebook post).
After introductions, the boys asked Lennie if they could show him how to play football. They spent the rest of the party playing football, which eventually encouraged other neighborhood kids to join in.
When the party ended, Amine, Kae Rae, Caleb, and Henry invited Lennie to watch them play during a HHS football game. Lennie will be at this Friday night’s football game against Franklin Pierce. Lennie later told his mom that it was the best birthday ever.
We’re told these students were inspired by their football coaches who are constantly teaching them about how to show appreciation for one another.
Thank you Amine, Kae Rae, Caleb, and Henry for showing Lennie so much kindness. We all can benefit from your selfless example!