(Photos by Nick Adams for WSB)
No high-school football tonight – this week’s games were played last night. It was Senior Night at Southwest Athletic Complex last night as Chief Sealth International High School played its last regular-season home game of the football season. Here’s Sealth’s Clint Hewitt, bringing his family flowers:
While the Seahawks lost to visiting Ingraham, 39-34, they are going to postseason play. The rain made umbrellas a popular accessory on the sidelines. It also made for a tough game and slick field:
That’s Sealth’s Greg Tauti clearing the way for Marquise Givens. More game scenes from WSB contributing photojournalist Nick Adams, ahead:
Chief Sealth’s team captains #10 Trevor Forsell, #22 Jake Eddy, #50 Ronnie Meier-Johnson, and #2 Maxwell Sarver (all seniors) walk onto the field to meet Ingraham’s captains.
(Image taken with Hipstamatic)
Note the rain in view as Sarver threw:
It started almost as soon as the game did – here’s Jesse Torres Cruz, another Sealth senior, putting on his helmet as the rain began to fall:
Sealth’s Trey Brown, also a senior, got some running room against Ingraham:
Sealth freshman Daron Camacho blocked an extra-point attempt:
Seahawks senior Vinny Wilson breaks through the Ingraham defense:
Sealth sophomore Julius Chu-Eneliko sacks Ingraham’s quarterback Trevor Fay:
Sealth’s Hewitt reacts to Ingraham recovering a fumble on Ingraham’s 5 yard line in the final minutes of the game.
Sealth junior Joseph Kilgore knocks Ingraham’s Nate Nan out of bounds:
Seniors not noted earlier in this story, by the way, are Aiden Behar, Jake Gregor, DeShawn Aitkens, Stefon Martin, Joel Hernandez, Aliikai Sablan, Jose Marquez, Dominic Sowers, Mike Lakisa, Marquis Keenan, Luis Garcia, and Frank Wenn.
Post-season play begins next week. Sealth is scheduled to play Seattle Prep on Friday (October 26).
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