HULING BOWL 2016: West Seattle over Chief Sealth

October 14, 2016 10:00 pm
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10 PM: For the second year in a row, West Seattle High School has won the annual Huling Bowl crosstown-rivalry football game with Chief Sealth International HS, and the trophy that goes with it.

Final score at Southwest Athletic Complex: WSHS Wildcats 29, CSIHS Seahawks 13.

ADDED EARLY SATURDAY: Highlights from the night at SWAC:


The first quarter was more than halfway over when WSHS #18 Gabe Gangon (above) scored the first TD. The second one was by Andrew Burggraff about midway through the second quarter, and WSHS led 15-0 at halftime.

Another Wildcat TD toward the start of the second half ran the lead to 22-0, and then midway through the third, Sealth #11 Bishop Jackson scored the first TD for the Seahawks.


The rest of the scoring was complete by midway through the fourth quarter. At the end of a winless season, the Seahawks had some bright spots, including multiple quarterback sacks. Meantime, not only was it also Sealth’s homecoming night, it was Breast Cancer Awareness Night, so lots of pink:


That’s the Sealth cheer squad, in pink after their halftime performance, which preceded the joint performance of the two schools’ bands:


Sealth has one regular-season game left, next Friday (October 21st), 7 pm at SWAC, vs. Franklin. This was the last regular-season game for WSHS but it’s expecting to play its first postseason game Thursday, opponent TBA.

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