High-school baseball: Shutout win for West Seattle Wildcats

April 10, 2014 at 6:30 am | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS & Sports | 2 Comments

(Cameron & Morgan get the scoring started with back-to-back hits)
Thanks to Greg Slader for the photos and report on West Seattle High School‘s Wednesday afternoon 4-0 win:

(Graham French driving in a run, with a hit down the 3rd-base line)

West Seattle Baseball snaps their 3-year losing streak at Nathan Hale as the offense steps up and scores runs on clutch two-out hits. Ben Wexler threw a complete game on 73 pitches as the Defense made all the plays. Next game is Friday against Nathan Hale at Hiawatha, 3:30 pm.

2 Comments

  1. There seems to be a lot of coverage of West Seattle High School baseball, a very good team, but no coverage of West Seattle Lutheran with a record of 7 and 1. Why???

    Comment by joe puckett — 6:44 pm April 10, 2014 #

  2. WSHS parent Greg Slader has been kind enough to send us info and photos, otherwise we wouldn’t have anything on them either. I have said it multiple times before – I would be happy to publish updates on any sports, any school, on which info is sent. Spring sports in particular are labor-intensive and we just don’t have the bandwidth, especially early in the season. Your mention that SLHS is 7-1 is the first we have heard from ANYONE this year. Thanks in advance to anybody who can help share that info with the community (or if there is a school website that is publishing updates, please let us know). editor@westseattleblog.com – even including us on the score/box score reports that are sent to the Times would help. Thanks! -Tracy

    Comment by WSB — 7:50 pm April 10, 2014 #

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