BASEBALL: 14-inning heartbreaker for West Seattle HS in Metro League playoffs

It was an intense game from the early going and turned out to be a long night for the West Seattle High School Wildcats in their third game of the Metro League playoffs.

Their game at Southwest Athletic Complex against Ballard HS ran 14 innings and the Beavers went home with the win, 8-7.

Head coach Bryan Tupper‘s Wildcats play again Saturday, taking the field at Steve Cox Memorial Park in White Center (1321 SW 102nd) at 10 am against Eastside Catholic.

2 Replies to "BASEBALL: 14-inning heartbreaker for West Seattle HS in Metro League playoffs"

  • WSbyHeartLakesidebyLife May 3, 2019 (5:21 pm)

    These WS kids were scrappy. They fought hard in the beginning to go up 5-1 against one of the top teams in metro.  Then I saw something even cooler. Their sportsmanship when one of the Ballard kids got hit w a baseball stealing 2nd. My hats off to the head coach and these kids. Good luck this Saturday and beat them catholics.

    • Brad Running May 3, 2019 (9:43 pm)

      This team has SO much talent!! The boys are really starting to Jell and Cranking it up!!This game was the Best I and many  others have ever seen in HS Ball. Fourteen innings vs. 7 which is standard for HS Baseball. I encourage All of West Seattle to check these young men out tomorrow at 10 AM @ Steve Cox Field House in White Center!! Go Westside!!!

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