West Seattle High School baseball: Benefit ahead; Friday shutout win

APRIL 16TH BENEFIT: Big season thus far for West Seattle High School baseball fans, cheering on a winning team. Kim Gearon sends word that fans can take the next step – helping raise money during the first annual West Seattle Baseball Night at Christo’s on Alki, April 16th. A percentage of any purchase from 5 pm-closing, food or beverages, will go to the West Seattle Baseball Booster Club to help cover operating expenses. Christo’s is at 2508 Alki SW.

BIG FRIDAY WIN: The second straight shutout victory over Ingraham, and first game of the year at Hiawatha:

The final score: WSHS 16, Ingraham 0. The photos and report are courtesy of Greg Slader (thank you!):

The season opener @ Hiawatha was a beautiful day for baseball. The student-filled stands were not disappointed by the offensive output of the Varsity Baseball team. Spencer Elder hit the team’s first home run and Bobby Swamy added the Big Blast with another home run in the First Inning (top photo). Rex Lackey (photo below) pitched very well (three innings, no hits) as West Seattle cruised to its fourth league win.

West Seattle’s next game is Wednesday, 3:30 pm @ Nathan Hale.

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