SOCCER: West Seattle High School ends regular season with win over Chief Sealth IHS

Great afternoon for soccer at Walt Hundley Playfield in High Point. The West Seattle High School girls started the day as co-leaders of the Metro League‘s Sound division, and beat Chief Sealth International High School in the final match of the regular season, 8-1.

The Wildcats’ record in league play is 9-0. Next stop: The Metro League tournament. But there was a reason to celebrate before today’s game – five reasons, actually:

The last home game of the regular season is the traditional time to celebrate seniors – from left, Marissa Rackner, Rivka Page, Lexi Foster, Lilli Bedell, Juliet Anawalt.

3 Replies to "SOCCER: West Seattle High School ends regular season with win over Chief Sealth IHS"

  • BJG October 25, 2019 (7:38 am)

    Congrats Team West Side for a stellar season! All the best as you head to the tournament! For the seniors, perhaps not the end of your soccer careers?  We have a granddaughter in another district signing a four-year full ride scholarship. Who says football is the only sport to watch? Yay, women’s soccer! Hard work and talent  pays off in many ways. 

  • Soccer Mom October 25, 2019 (9:47 am)

    Congratulations WS!  Thank your parents for the years of monetary support to pay for training and league play and time support to take you to practices; and cheer you on during games – all of which helped you all be so successful!

  • pagefive October 25, 2019 (8:00 pm)

    Thanks for highlighting the WSHS soccer teams’s impressive season , WSB. What a stellar group of athletes. Way to go, wildcats!

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