BASKETBALL: West Seattle girls’ big win over Eastside Catholic

4:29 PM: As noted in our daily preview, this is a big day/night of basketball – four home games for local high-school varsity teams. First one is in the books: The West Seattle High School girls beat Eastside Catholic, 69-27. The Wildcats are now 9-1, leading their division.

(WSB photos by Patrick Sand)

ADDED: Four Wildcats scored in double digits – above, #32, Meghan Fiso, with 15; next, #11, Jasmine Gayles, and #4, Kelsey Lenzie, with 13 each:

#20, Grace Sarver, finished with 10:

Next up for the Wildcats and head coach Darnell Taylor, three home games this week.

Blanchet visits at 7:30 pm Wednesday, Ingraham at 7 pm Friday, and Port Angeles at 4 pm Saturday.

2 Replies to "BASKETBALL: West Seattle girls' big win over Eastside Catholic"

  • NW January 5, 2019 (7:57 pm)

    I am guilty of it myself this was where I graduated from high school in the 90s but with all the popularity West Seattle has drawn upon itself and everyone chiming support local, do these games get a lot of support from the broader community? 

    • WSB January 5, 2019 (8:18 pm)

      Decent turnout for the WSHS games today. A little emptier at Sealth, where we are covering the second doubleheader now, but that’s not much of a surprise given the concurrent Seahawks’ playoff game.

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