High-school basketball: West Seattle High School girls win

February 7, 2013 at 8:39 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS & Sports | 2 Comments

8:39 PM: Just in from tonight’s second playoff game for West Seattle High School‘s girls-basketball team – they beat Holy Names, 33-28.

11:11 PM: Adding photos and toplines, both from WSB co-publisher Patrick Sand, who covered the game at Holy Names (which is on Capitol Hill). He reports that despite the final
score, West Seattle had as much as a 12-point lead at times in the second half; Holy Names got off to a slow start while the Wildcats had a tougher second half when trying to get the ball in the basket. Overall, West Seattle controlled the boards/rebounds better; Holy Names tried a tight press early on, but never turned the turnovers into points. The WSHS cheerleaders, by the way, came along tonight:

Your next chance to cheer for WSHS is Tuesday, and you won’t have to go far – the tournament will be at Chief Sealth International High School that night, and WSHS will play a TBD Kingco team, according to head coach Sonya Elliott.

2 Comments

  1. Way to go girls! Beating Bainbridge (twice), Eastside Catholic and now Holy Names…wow! A year of firsts.

    Keep it going!

    Comment by Tim McMonigle — 10:31 pm February 7, 2013 #

  2. Excellent job girls! Go get them on Tuesday.

    Comment by joyce scholz — 2:45 pm February 8, 2013 #

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