[EDITORâ€™S NOTE: Now in her third year(!) with more great work is our youngest-ever Contributor â€“ 12-year old Isabel Herbruger â€“ Local Girl Scout, 4-H member, and aspiring photojournalist. We encourage residents of all ages to submit stories and photos for posting â€“ for consideration, please email yours toÂ [email protected]!] Photos and StoryÂ by Isabel Herbruger, age 12 The Highline High Pirate Boys Soccer team had an incredible playoff win Tuesday night (May 9) against the Fife Trojans down at Curtis High School in University Place. The Trojans scored early in the second half, taking a 1-0 lead. After two yellow cards were given to the Trojans, a penalty kick let the Pirates tie the game late in the second half. Becuase it was a play-off game, the game could not end in a tie. After two five-minute periods, it was still tied and it came down to penalty kicks. The teams were evenly matched and played well. Both goalies had a hard time blocking the kicks, but Pirate goalie, senior Kevin Ortega, got one, giving the Pirates the win. Click images to see larger versions/slideshow: Their next game is this coming Saturday, May 13. For more photos and soccer stories, check out Highline Pirate Soccer. Thank you for your time and consideration, â€“ Isabel H.]]>
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