FOOTBALL: West Seattle High School opens season at home vs. Washougal

(WSB photos. Above, #11 Cyrus Storlie with the ball)

School doesn’t start until Wednesday, but high-school football season got going tonight. West Seattle High School hosted Washougal, from Clark County, at Southwest Athletic Complex. It was the first game for new head coach Marcis Fennell:

The visitors went home with the win, 54-0. That was also the halftime score; the Wildcats held the Panthers scoreless for the entire second half. Long before the season started, parents and administrators worked to make this a year of revitalization, raising money through gear:

That’s athletic director Corey Sorenson modeling some of what was available. Also seen at the stadium, new WSHS principal Brian Vance, and new girls-soccer coach Todd Veenhuizen:

In the stands, fans found reasons to cheer:

Next Friday, WSHS is on the road.

(#22 Rylee Farrison, #76 Roman Saladino, #28 Quinn Sadow)

The Wildcats will play Ingraham at 7 pm Friday (September 8th) at Northwest Athletic Complex.

6 Replies to "FOOTBALL: West Seattle High School opens season at home vs. Washougal"

  • Zale September 2, 2017 (5:50 am)

    Washougal!  My hometown.  It’s a good place to be from.

  • 4thGenWestSide September 2, 2017 (9:54 am)

    Ouch.

  • RBC September 2, 2017 (11:06 am)

    Can kids even count that high anymore?

  • Westsider September 2, 2017 (2:28 pm)

    Well, Washougal wanted payback for last years WS team going down there and beating them, but ya, that’s a tough score. But it was the first game under the new coach and a new system; I’m sure the boys will do better next week against Ingraham!

  • Heidi September 3, 2017 (9:29 am)

    Can we still buy the WSHS gear? 

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