SOCCER: West Seattle High School on to state after double-overtime playoff win

(WSB photos)

9:42 PM: West Seattle High School‘s girls-soccer team is going to the state tournament! Tonight at Southwest Athletic Complex, the Wildcats defeated Holy Names 2-1 in double overtime, taking third place in the Metro League. Midway through, the match was 0-0; West Seattle’s Lilli Bedell scored their first goal at 61 minutes.

Then Holy Names tied it, and it was on to two overtimes until Wildcat Juliet Anawalt‘s goal won the match.

10:35 PM: Photos added. This is head coach Todd Veenhuizen‘s second year with the WSHS girls. State tournament play starts November 5th.

5 Replies to "SOCCER: West Seattle High School on to state after double-overtime playoff win"

  • jack sparra October 31, 2018 (7:52 am)

    Hard fought, well played/coached game, WSHS getting better with each game!! 

  • Los Campechanos October 31, 2018 (10:42 am)

    Congratulations ladies!  Good luck in the state tournament.  WSHS is the only public school from the Metro conference to make the state tournament this year for girl’s soccer.  Does anyone remember the last time the WSHS girls made the state tournament in soccer?

    • WSB October 31, 2018 (10:55 am)

      I’m asking the WSHS AD in case nobody with the answer sees this first.

      • Jeff U October 31, 2018 (8:22 pm)

        WSHS has had several good teams over the years, and won some division titles… but I cannot recall a team making it to the round of 16…  goo job ladies, coaches!

  • Harmonic October 31, 2018 (10:40 pm)

    Yay WSHS!  Ironically the Holy names coach is also my little soccer players premier coach.  😁.  Little conflicted here.  Looking forward to see WSHS grow as get even better.

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