High-school basketball: WSHS girls lose game but gain Metro League honors including Coach of the Year Sonya ElliottFebruary 6, 2013 at 2:14 am | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS & Sports | 6 Comments
(WSB photo: Wildcats shown are Lydia Giomi, Gabby Sarver with the ball, and Lexi Ioane)
Though the West Seattle High School girls lost big in their first game of the basketball playoffs – at Cleveland, the home team beat WSHS 76 to 36 – they won big in another arena: The Metro League all-league honors. As published by our partners at The Seattle Times, the Wildcats had five all-League reps: Lexi Ioane was voted to all-league Second Team, and honorable mentions went to Charli Elliott, Lydia Giomi, and Gabby Sarver – then, biggest of all, the Metro League Coach of the Year is WSHS head coach Sonya Elliott!
(WSHS #10, Charli Elliott)
WSHS will play Thursday night at Holy Names, which lost its first game of the postseason to Seattle Prep.
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