High-school basketball: Sealth-Nankai tonight; plus, Friday roundup

January 12, 2013 at 2:04 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS & Sports | 2 Comments

International high-school basketball tonight – and updates on last night’s games – in this roundup. First, the Sealth and Nankai (China) teams are getting ready for tonight’s international friendship game:

They had a clinic at Sealth this morning, with former Sonics player James Donaldson as a guest expert:

Tonight’s event is more than basketball – there’s also a lion dance and mayoral greeting – tickets on sale when doors open at 6 at Sealth’s gym.

Meantime, Sealth, WSHS, and Seattle Lutheran all played varsity basketball games last night – girls and boys – reports ahead:

The Sealth boys and girls both faced Bishop Blanchet at home. The boys won, 52-44; game stats here:

Blanchet defeated the Sealth girls, 43-38, game stats here:

Seattle Lutheran hosted Chief Leschi, and both teams won – 36-27 in the girls’ game; stats here:

And the Lutheran boys won, 66-57; game stats here.

The West Seattle boys played at home vs. O’Dea:

We stopped by the game early on for the photo but have not yet received the final score, and The Times hasn’t published it either. The WSHS girls, meantime, played on the road, and lost to Holy Names, 56-38; game stats here.

2 Comments

  1. “… with former Sonics player James Donaldson…”

    Who is also a former Washington State University player.

    Comment by Danny McMillin — 3:02 pm January 12, 2013 #

  2. Go Cougs!

    Comment by Smitty — 4:50 pm January 12, 2013 #

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