High-school baseball: West Seattle, Chief Sealth finish 2-game series

May 3, 2014 at 1:27 am | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS & Sports | 1 Comment

At Southwest Athletic Complex on Friday afternoon, the West Seattle High School varsity-baseball team completed a two-game sweep of Chief Sealth International High School with a 6-3 win, two days after an 8-3 victory. Greg Slader, who shared the photos, says WSHS “scored two runs in the first inning and kept adding runs almost every inning. Top of the batting order Cameron Slader and Morgan McCullough (top photo) had consecutive hits in the first and third inning to score four of West Seattle’s Six runs.

Jake Magera (above) pitched six innings. More game stats here. Next, Sealth travels to Bainbridge for a Monday afternoon game; WSHS plays Bishop Blanchet at Green Lake/Lower Woodlawn next Tuesday.

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  1. it’s Lower WoodLAND as in Woodland Park Zoo… for future ref.

    Comment by JAT — 4:46 pm May 3, 2014 #

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