1st girls-soccer ‘Battle of West Seattle’: Madison over Denny

November 17, 2012 at 9:41 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS & Sports | 1 Comment

Another West Seattle sports first is in the books:

(Photos by WSB’s Patrick Sand)
Wrapped in the West Seattle Soccer Club scarf – since that’s who organized this – the trophy awaited the winner of the inaugural Battle of West Seattle, a girls-soccer match between Denny International Middle School and Madison Middle School, who didn’t play during the season since they’re in different divisions.

Both had excellent seasons, as noted by WSSC – Denny (in blue) took its division; Madison was third in its division. On Friday afternoon, they played on despite a then-driving rain which sent the teams to respective tents at halftime:

Eventually, Madison emerged victorious.

Final score, 2 to 1. There’s a victory photo on the West Seattle Soccer Club Facebook page.

1 Comment

  1. Such a fun game! And the girls were really excited to be playing for this big trophy! Thanks to West Seattle Soccer Club and NW Trophy for putting this together!

    Comment by LS — 1:42 pm November 19, 2012 #

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