High-school football: Final score – Port Angeles 41, Chief Sealth 0


(Photo by Ian McKay)
9:58 PM: From Southwest Athletic Complex, that’s the final score of tonight’s game: Port Angeles 41, Chief Sealth 0, in West Seattle’s first high-school football game of the season. More details to come, including the special tribute to Sealth alum Petty Officer Jarod Newlove, the Sealth alum killed in Afghanistan last month. (We tweeted live during the game at @wsblive.)

12:02 AM UPDATE: The night began with a barbecue at Sealth. That’s where we found principal John Boyd sporting the official T-shirt, plus showing the Sealth helmets with “JN” as a tribute to Petty Officer Newlove. The barbecue raised money for a scholarship fund in PO Newlove’s honor:

Athletic director Sam Reed tells us the team had the idea to dedicate the season to PO Newlove. Meantime, we noted the signage going up outside the renovated campus, where there’s a ribboncutting on Tuesday and classes begin Wednesday:

And before the game, the band, cheerleaders, and team marched from the campus over to the stadium:

More high-school football on Saturday: Seattle Lutheran High School plays in the morning, West Seattle High School in the evening.

2 Replies to "High-school football: Final score - Port Angeles 41, Chief Sealth 0"

  • Ian McKay September 3, 2010 (11:20 pm)

    Just a few photos of the game’s second half.


    • WSB September 3, 2010 (11:23 pm)

      Thank you, Ian! Now that things have calmed down I’m updating this story – we had photos and video but Patrick had to pull out before the game ended to get to the 61st/Admiral shooting – thanks to athletic director Sam Reed for getting us the final score – we also had tweeted updates from the game at http://twitter.com/wsblive – TR

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