High-school baseball: West Seattle HS-Chief Sealth IHS rematch

April 27, 2013 at 6:40 am | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS & Sports | 3 Comments

A come-from-behind win on Friday for the West Seattle High School WildcatsGreg Slader again shares photos and the summary (thank you!):

The Seahawks started strong, scoring four runs in the first two innings. West Seattle toughened up as freshman Jamie Maples #19 (photo below) pitched middle relief to hold off Chief Sealth:

The offense perked up when Spencer Elder led off with a double, Sam Hellinger drove him in, and Jimmy Mai added a few RBIs for the 7-4 lead. Sam Hellinger closed the game, as West Seattle is finishing the season strong. Last game of the season is Monday @ Hiawatha, 3:30 vs. Bishop Blanchet.

Sealth, meantime, will host Bainbridge at 4 pm Monday (SW Athletic Complex).

3 Comments

  1. How about those Cheif sealth girls fast pitch team. Divison champs in metro. Also got a write up in the seattle times.

    Comment by boy — 10:52 am April 27, 2013 #

  2. I’ve got a few photographs from yesterday’s game that I’ll be putting up this afternoon. This season’s almost over but we welcome help next year from anyone who might be able to do what Greg, who’s been sending us updates on the WSHS boys, has done; he is a parent and volunteered to do this, unsolicited, which has been a great help – otherwise we would be dropping into games on occasion when we can as with other teams – TR

    Comment by WSB — 11:47 am April 27, 2013 #

  3. We’ve really had fun watching the games at Hiawatha! Thanks for the summaries as I never know the score- but my son always asks.

    Comment by NWMama — 3:54 pm April 27, 2013 #

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