High-school soccer: West Seattle HS vs. Chief Sealth IHS

March 21, 2014 at 6:23 am | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS & Sports | 6 Comments

Thanks to NP for the soccer report and photos: It was friendly-rivalry time at Walt Hundley Playfield in High Point on Thursday as West Seattle High School defeated Chief Sealth International High School 2-1, “with freshman Akili Kasim in the goal box along with a young team on the field.” NP adds, “It was nice to see a [retired] Sealth teacher (Mrs. C) giving the West Seattle goalie a hug after a great win!”

Next up for WSHS, Franklin comes to play @ Southwest Athletic Complex at 4 pm Tuesday; next up for Sealth, it’s back to Walt Hundley for a 3:30 pm game against Cleveland that day.

6 Comments

  1. Just a proud Papa commenting. The winning goal for West Seattle, late in the match, was scored by Atomic Boy, Max Sadow.

    Comment by Mr Atomic — 10:59 am March 21, 2014 #

  2. Congrats! Feel free to send updates any time – spring sports get to be crazy to try to follow and we are so indebted to parent correspondents :)

    Comment by WSB — 11:01 am March 21, 2014 #

  3. Great Goals by both boy’s ! Great Game by both teams, it was a great played game.
    Glad West Seattle Came out with the Victory.

    Can’t Wait to see the next 4yrs with this young team…

    Nikki

    Comment by nikki — 9:22 am March 24, 2014 #

  4. As a big soccer fan and a parent of a chief sealth student, I wouldn’t have missed this game for anything.
    Both teams played hard, West Seattle Came out on top.
    West Seattle looks like they have a young team and a Bright future with Akili Kasim as Goalie and Connor Elder in defense.They will be a top team in metro soon with them two athletes.

    GO Hawks but wishing West Seattle best of luck !

    Tim

    Comment by Tim L — 10:49 am March 24, 2014 #

  5. Way to go West Seattle !

    Comment by Proud Aunt — 3:13 pm March 24, 2014 #

  6. Mrs.C is a great person and is always there to show support!

    What a sad game for the Hawks, Knowing that goalie could have been yours.

    Sad not seeing Akili walk the halls at sealth and even more sad knowing his no longer a Hawk !

    you are truly missed young man,
    Miss.B

    Comment by Kat B — 12:56 pm March 25, 2014 #

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