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"We had a great start in the morning and played strong with excellent communication and teamwork," Hawks coach Angie Potts said. "The girls limited their unforced errors and served really well."
Zillah led 21-0 after the first quarter and tallied one touchdown in each of the final two quarters to complete its romp.
It was tied 1-1 in the second half, when Hannah Hutchinson scored her second goal of the game to put the Hawks ahead of Zillah for good.
Hawks coach Angie Potts described Zillah as "tenacious."
The College Place cross country teams ran at the Seaport Invite here on Saturday, Sept. 11, with the Hawks boys finishing third, and the girls fourth.
The Hawks have allowed just two touchdowns this season.
College Place didn't waste much time to score as the Hawks rolled to a 54-7 football victory over McLoughlin on Friday, Sept. 3.
The College Place and La Salle boys basketball teams went to overtime on Friday in the consolation game of the South Central Athletic Conference tournament, and the Lightning struck one too many times in the end and eked out a 57-55 victory.
College Place's wrestling team finished fifth at the South Central Athletic Conference (SCAC) league championships at Wapato on Wednesday, June 9.
College Place High School's girls basketball team rallied to erase most of an early 21-5 deficit in their do-or-die playoff Thursday on the road, but they came up short at Toppenish in a 53-46 season-ending loss.
College Place High School's boys basketball team won a consolation playoff on the road Thursday, knocking off Kiona-Benton 69-51.
A lopsided first half set College Place High School's boys basketball team on its way to a 94-51 loss at Zillah in their South Central Athletic Conference postseason first-round playoff Tuesday.
Back in action for the first time in almost a week, College Place High School's girls basketball team fell at Wapato, 65-47, in a South Central Athletic Conference postseason first-round playoff Tuesday, June 8.
College Place High School's girls basketball team lost 65-30 at La Salle on Wednesday.
A fired-up La Salle High School boys basketball team jumped on College Place right away Wednesday over in Union Gap, Wash., and the stunned Hawks were unable to recover as they suffered a 63-48 loss
College Place High School's boys basketball team took a 42-37 lead into the fourth quarter Tuesday at Connell, but the Hawks came away with a 52-47 loss.
Madilyn Neil and Sumitrah Leavell led College Place High School's girls basketball team with 15 points apiece as the Hawks captured their first win of this season Thursday with a convincing 65-24 rout of Kiona-Benton.
Only six seconds remained when Colton Hamada hit a big 3-pointer to put College Place High School's boys basketball up on Kiona-Benton on Thursday, and the Hawks held on to get some revenge with a 58-56 victory.
Naches Valley rallied in the fourth quarter to edge College Place High School's girls basketball team 56-50 on Tuesday.
A big second-half rally lifted Naches Valley over College Place High School's boys basketball team 69-49 on Tuesday.
College Place High School's boys basketball team lost 82-34 at Toppenish on Saturday.
College Place High School's boys basketball team rallied to capture its first victory of this season Thursday at home, edging La Salle 56-51.
College Place High School's girls basketball team lost 62-48 Tuesday in Wapato.
Connell's high school boys basketball team picked up a 60-57 win Saturday at College Place.
The host Hawks proved to be no match for Zillah's boys basketball team in a South Central Athletic Conference game on Friday.
College Place High School's wrestling team got its 2021 season underway Wednesday in Zillah, Wash., in a meeting with Zillah, Toppenish, Wapato, Naches Valley and Connell.
Kiona-Benton handed College Place High School's boys basketball team a 74-47 season-opening loss Tuesday in Benton.
Madilyn Neil is making the most of a trying senior year at College Place High. Neil is the first Hawks student-athlete to sign to play two sports at the collegiate level.
The College Place girls tennis team was led by Sumi Leavell, who finished first, at the South Central Athletic Conference meet her on day two on Saturday, May 1.
College Place High School's softball team battled Naches Valley to extra innings for the South Central Athletic Conference championship here Saturday, May 1, but came away with a 5-4 loss in the ninth.
The host Hawks put everything together on Friday night, according to coach Adam Gervis, and posted a 4-0 victory over Zillah in a South Central Athletic Conference boys soccer playoff on the College Place pitch.
College Place High School track boys together placed second out of eight teams, the girls third, Thursday in Connell, where they finished this season with the South Central Athletic Conference championships.
College Place High School's baseball team put itself in position to cap this season with the South Central Athletic Conference championship, knocking off Kiona-Benton 14-4 in a semifinal Tuesday at home/
College Place High School's softball team put itself in position to cap this season with a South Central Athletic Conference championship, knocking off Zillah 5-2 in a semifinal Tuesday at home.
Alex Alvarado scored off an assist from Ezequiel Lara in the first minute to give College Place High School's boys soccer team an early lead in its playoff Monday at Wapato, but the Hawks came away with a 3-1 season-ending loss.
Zoe Hardy pitched her second three-inning no-hitter this week as the host Hawks routed visiting Toppenish 15-0 in mercy-rule fashion in South Central Athletic Conference softball playoff action Saturday.
The College Place Hawks' baseball team scored four times in the first inning and six more times in the second during a 13-0, mercy-rule romp over Wapato here in playoff action the afternoon of Saturday.
College Place High School boys and girls together won nine track and field events Thursday at home, and both topped Wapato and La Salle in duals scoring at a four-team meet.
Connell cruised to a 9-0 boys soccer win Wednesday at College Place High School.
La Salle went hitless while College Place High School's softball team went on a scoring spree here Wednesday for a pair of 19-0 victories in their doubleheader.
The Hawks boys tennis team edged visiting La Salle, 3-2, on Tuesday, April 20, while the Lightning girls handed College Place's girls a 3-1 defeat.