Once again this year, it was more than just the classic crosstown rivalry in Tuesday night’s volleyball showdown between Chief Sealth International High School and visiting West Seattle High School – it was also a battle between the top two teams in their division. After 4 games, the Wildcats emerged with the win, three games to one, but that final game was especially hard fought, point by point:
More game scenes and notes, ahead:
The lead seesawed in that last game, until WSHS pulled out a three-point run at the end to take it, 25-21. They had won the third game 25-11, while Sealth won the second game, 25-15.
The Hawks’ Nest cheering section was there in force:
West Seattle’s Devon Fox sang the national anthem pre-game:
She and her teammates won the first game 25-16.
West Seattle hosts Franklin on Thursday night, varsity at 7 pm after JV and C at 5:45, while the schedule has Sealth playing next in a tournament Saturday at Glacier Peak.
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