High-school postseason: Sealth, WSHS volleyball finales

November 3, 2012 at 4:52 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS & Sports | Comments Off

The postseason has come to an end for West Seattle’s two biggest high schools, after one last round of play.

Both Chief Sealth International High School (above) and West Seattle High School (top) played their final games of this postseason Thursday night in Bellevue. Neither won, but both had seasons to be proud of. WSB contributing photojournalist Nick Adams was at the games at Sammamish High School, and we have a few last looks at the hard-hitting athletes:

First, since they went into postseason undefeated in their conference – photos from the WSHS game Thursday night, a 3-0 loss to Holy Names Academy: Here’s Ellen Cleveland, spiking:

The Wildcats’ Eastyn Baleto, trying to clear Holy Names’ defense :

Wildcats head coach Joe Baleto, talking to his team:

Maddie Collins and Ellen Cleveland, jumping to block Holy Names’ Kaki Hall:

And Collins, readying to block Holy Names’ Erica Crez:

Now, to Chief Sealth, which lost to Bellevue, 3-0. Here’s Sophie Boyd:

Katherine Kirk, spiking the ball:

A pause for discussion:

Randi Rankin with the dig:

And Nicole Carter with a setup:

Congratulations to Sealth and WSHS on successful seasons! Both schools start practicing for winter sports in about a week.

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