Her big week began Oct. 13, when she made six saves and didn't yield a goal in nearly 60 minutes of action in Highlands' 3-1 victory against visiting Adams State College. She then turned aside four of five shots to help Highlands net a 3-1 road win against the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs on Friday.
Johnson recorded her second shutout of the season Sunday, as she made six saves in a 2-0 road victory against Colorado School of Mines.
Johnson sports a .823 save percentage for the season and a 1.16 goals-against average, ranking her sixth in conference in each category. Johnson is 7-2-1 and has recorded two shutouts. She's stopped 51 shots and allowed 11 goals for the Cowgirls, who will next battle Mesa State College in a conference match Friday.
Luke Collis (St. Francis High, 2007) junior quarterback, Occidental College football: The former All-Area and All-Mission League standout and the Tigers continue to remain hot. With Collis playing one of the starring roles, Occidental won its fourth game in a row Saturday.
Collis completed 11 of 15 passes for 178 yards in Occidental's 39-26 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference home win against Pomona Pitzer College. Collis, a Nevada transfer, also tossed a pair of second-quarter touchdown passes to wide receiver Matthew Tuckness to help the Tigers improve to 4-1 and 3-0 in conference.
Collis' first touchdown pass came when he connected with Tuckness on a six-yard pass to knot the score at 14 with 5:03 left in the first half. Tuckness then caught a 42-yard touchdown strike from Collis to give the Tigers a 21-14 lead with 1:39 remaining.