High-school sports post-season: Sealth soccer wins first game

October 25, 2012 at 2:06 am | In West Seattle news, WS & Sports | 2 Comments

And the post-season is on! Tuesday morning, we featured this week’s post-season schedule for West Seattle High School and Chief Sealth International High School. Now the first big game is history: Sealth scored a soccer shutout at home against Blanchet on Wednesday afternoon, 1-0, with Darienne Gibson scoring the goal and Blanchet being kept away from the goal by goalkeeper Nicole Roed, according to the Sealth Athletics Facebook page. Cross-country and volleyball are scheduled today.

2 Comments

  1. Such a great game! The teams were very evenly matched but Sealth really pulled it together and played well when it mattered! Congratulations to all the players and to Coach Ron. Good luck on friday against Seattle Prep…. just play that same game.

    Comment by Cori Roed — 10:02 am October 25, 2012 #

  2. Great game. Much more evenly matched than how the other printed West Seattle newspaper called it. The piece was descriptive but hardly accurate.
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    Great defense, excellent goalkeeping and a patient attack is hardly sneaking by.

    Comment by eric1 — 7:29 pm October 25, 2012 #

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