HIGH-SCHOOL SOCCER: Chief Sealth-West Seattle boys’ rematch

The boys’ soccer teams at Chief Sealth International High School and West Seattle High School have both done well this pandemic-abbreviated season. So a lot was on the line in their rematch at Nino Cantu Southwest Athletic Complex today, one week after Sealth defeated West Seattle 3-2. But today – the Wildcats took the win, 1-0

Another note – as the last home game of the year for the Seahawks, this was Senior Night for Sealth.

(Both schools’ graduations are this Saturday, at Memorial Stadium downtown.)

4 Replies to "HIGH-SCHOOL SOCCER: Chief Sealth-West Seattle boys' rematch"

  • Thd3 June 10, 2021 (10:59 pm)

    That was an absolutely amazing game and a nail biter for both sides – well done West Seattle and Sealth – 

  • CD June 11, 2021 (9:52 pm)

    Agreed, this game had all the elements of a great soccer game. 100 minutes of aggressive play between two well matched teams, followed by intense PKs, right on through to sudden death with the ultimate victory for W Sea. Congrats to two great teams.

  • Dave June 12, 2021 (12:19 am)

    Correction West Seattle won by PKs not an official goal scored! Unlucky Chief Sealths #10 wasn’t playing. That kid put on a show the first match against west Seattle ! 

  • Tam June 12, 2021 (8:08 am)

    Congrats to West Seattle and chief Sealth. Both teams played exceptionally.  Correction there  was no score after regulation and two overtimes. PK’s are official. Too bad this was marred by a player getting a well deserved red card. 

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