Baseball playoffs: West Seattle High School’s season ends in extra-innings state-tournament game

May 24, 2014 at 7:38 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS & Sports | 1 Comment

(Pitcher Ben Wexler gave up only 2 runs, throwing all 11 innings)
At Mount Vernon this morning, the West Seattle High School Wildcats played what became their last game of the season, losing 2-1 to Shelton HS in 11 innings. The photos and summary are by Greg Slader (thank you!):

(Jimmy Mai‘s 7th-inning single brought in the Wildcats’ lone run)

The Wildcats fell behind early 0-1 in round one of Regionals against Shelton. Their pitching and defense kept the game at 0-1 until the seventh inning, when returning WSHS player Jimmy Mai produced a pinch-hit single and came around to score on a sac fly. Game tied 1-1 and would stay that way thru 10 innings before Shelton won with a sac fly of their own in the bottom of the 11th inning.

Congratulations to head coach Velko Vitalich, assistant coaches Scott Meaker, Bryan Tupper, and Kerry Tupper, and all the players, families, and other supporters on another season of making it to state.

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  1. Another great year for WSHS. Enjoyed watching all of the players this year! Good luck to all the Seniors as they head off to college and other adventures! Special thanks to Greg Slader for doing all these updates and taking photos all season!

    Comment by Cami — 9:40 am May 25, 2014 #

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