Coached by Dale Kennedy, Lynn was the NWAACC Champion in the 100 High Hurdles (14.89) and High Jump (5'7") in 1978. Lynn also ran on the NWAACC Championship 400 Relay (48.93 Record) and the 1600 Relay (3:49.43) in 1978.
Coached by Dale Kennedy, Joan was the Women’s Conference Champion Cross Country in 1977 and NWAACC Champion in the 1500 (4:39.75) and 800 (2:15.91) in 1978. Joan was first of the long line of CCS women long-distance runners who won the NWAACC Championships.
Coached by Dale Kennedy, Jody was the NWAACC Champion in the 400 IM (1:01.87 Record) in 1978. She also ran on the NWAACC Championship 400 Relay (48.39 Record) and the 1600 Relay team (3:49.43) in 1978.
Paula attended Rogers High School where she competed in three sports for the Pirates. She continued to excel in basketball, volleyball, and track and field at SFCC during the 1977-78-79 seasons. Paula was selected for the NWAACC basketball All-League Team in 1978-79 when she set a one-game rebounding record with 22 boards and accumulated 468 career points. Nickerson was an outstanding volleyball player for two seasons and competed on the track and field team as well. One of the best three-sport athletes to attend SFCC, she set the NWAACC shot put record at 43’3”and won the NWAACC high jump at 5’4” in her sophomore year.
Coached by Dale Kennedy, Kelly was the NWAACC Cross Country Champion in 1978 (18:43) and placed third in 1979. Kelly ran the 3000 (10:19.95), 5000 (17:48.65), and the 10000 (38:02.76) in 1980.
A great long jumper and good sprinter for CCS under Coach Dale Kennedy, Janet won the NWAACC Championship in the long jump in 1981 with a leap of 19’8.75”, which is still one of the best marks in NWAACC history. She also ran on the 400 Relay team as CCS won two straight NWAACC Team Championships while Janet was competing.
Coached by Dale Kennedy, Pauline was the NWAACC Champion in the long jump (18'09.25") in 1982. Pauline was an outstanding sprinter as well as jumper who ran the 100 (12.54) in 1982.
Coached by Dale Kennedy in 1981, Lisa was the NWAACC Champion in the discus in 1981 (148'10") and won the shot put (43'06") in 1982. Lisa was one of the first great women throwers to compete for CCS.
Trish Henderson attended Battle Ground HS before joining the Sasquatch at SCC. She was coached in cross country by Max Jensen in her first year at CCS and then Duane Hartman as a sophomore. Trish finished fourth in the NWAACC Cross Country Championship in 1981 before winning the 1982 NWAACC Cross Country Individual Championship (18:46.0) as a sophomore. She led the CCS team to the NWAACC Women’s XC Team Championship in 1982 by finishing first and beating a great field. Trish was also outstanding in CCS track as she had personal bests in the 3000 (10:05.31) and 5000 (17:52.8) that still rank her in the top ten of all time at CCS. She was selected as the women’s cross country team MVP at the finish of the 1983 season.
Head Coach Dale Kennedy and Assistant Coach Max Jensen. First NWAACC Women's Track Champions with the meet held at SCC. Led by NWAACC Champions Lynn Kinney 100HH, HJ and 1600R, Joan Corbin 800 and 1500, Julie Weigelt 400, LJ and both relays, Pam Thompson Javelin and 100, Jody Myers 400IM and both relays, and Tracy Binsfield winning the 3000. Scored 184 points to win over SFCC with 123 and Bellevue with 69 (10 NWAACC teams in meet).
Head Coach Dale Kennedy and Assistant Coach Les Rurey. NWAACC Champions for second straight year, meet held at Olympic College. CCS were team champions with 235 points, SCC/SFCC combined into one CCS team, won over Wenatchee (107) and Everett (52). Team led by Joanne Lahti 5000 (1st) and 3000 (2nd), Paula Nickerson won the High Jump and Shot Put and took second in Discus, Jennifer Chapman won the Javelin, Lois Jensen won the 100 and 200, Gayle Falconer won the 800 and Debroa Clark was the 400IM Champion.
Head Coach Dale Kennedy. Team won the NWAACC Championship for third straight year, meet held at SCC. Team led by individual NWAACC Champion Joanne Lahti in the 1500 and 5000. Janet Buntin (LJ), Lisa Hoffman (D),Lois Jensen (200-400) all placed high and won key points for the Sasquatch combined with Pam Schreiber who won the first Pentathlon. Team scored 154 points to win championship over a strong Bellevue team with 121 points and WVC with 111.
- Started Women’s CC and Track programs at SCC
- Won 3 NWAACC Women’s Track Championship 1978, 1979, 1980
- Won 4 NWAACC Women’s CC Championships 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979
- NWAACC Hall of Fame 1990
- Men’s Track and Field Head Coach 1982-1996 Won 6 NWAACC Championships
- Men’s Cross Country Head Coach 1978-1996 Won NWAACC Championship 1978
- Women’s Track and CC Head Coach 1982-1983 NWAACC Championship 1982
- NWAACC Hall of Fame 2003
- Women’s Track and Field Coach 1976, 1982
- Men’s Cross Country Coach 1975-1976 and 1977-1978 NWAACC Champions 1975
- Women’s Cross Country Coach 1975-1976, 1981-1982
- NWAACC Hall of Fame 1990