High-school basketball: Finale for West Seattle High School girls’ successful season

February 15, 2013 at 10:03 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS & Sports | 1 Comment

(WSHS’s Lexi Ioane)
It’s a season to remember for the West Seattle High School girls-varsity basketball team, and tonight it ended at Bellevue College with the Wildcats losing to Juanita High School, 63-36. With head coach Sonya Elliott chosen as Metro League Coach of the Year as her team won their division and moved into the playoffs, the memories are many. As for tonight’s game ….

(WSHS’s #10 Charli Elliott, #24 Lydia Giomi, #21 Gabby Sarver)
The game was the second tough one this week for the Wildcats, who led at the end of the first quarter and stayed close through the second, despite having trouble hanging onto the ball.

(WSHS’s Shelby Walker)
In the second half Juanita became more assertive, grabbing the ball and maintaining a full-court press till the end.

1 Comment

  1. Great season girls! Looking forward to next season!

    Comment by Tim McMonigle — 10:59 am February 16, 2013 #

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