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March 12, 2013 at 2:28 PM

Highline names Asosa Sailiai new football coach

Asosa Sailiai is the new head football coach at Highline High School.

Here is the brief bio sent by Highline School District athletic director Terri McMahan:

“Asosa has 14 years experience as a high school football coach.  He joined the Highline staff last fall as an assistant to Juan Cotto.  Prior to that, he spent six years as head football coach at Chief Sealth High School (2006-11).  He spent seven years as an assistant at West Seattle High School (1999-05).  Asosa is a 2005 graduate of Western Washington University with a degree in Human Services.  He currently works for United Airlines.”

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