SPORTS: League-leading West Seattle High School’s latest baseball shutout

(WSB photos. Above, Matthew Henning)

In the third week of the season, the league-leading, undefeated West Seattle High School varsity baseball team just scored their third consecutive shutout victory. Playing tonight at Nino Cantu Southwest Athletic Complex, the Wildcats beat Franklin, 20-0.

(Tonight’s starting pitcher, Miles Chandler)

According to the GameChanger summary, WSHS really broke things open with a 10-run third inning. Owen Earls was the night’s leader in RBIs, with five; TJ Buehring was right behind with four. Starting pitcher tonight was Miles Chandler, who held Franklin to one hit in four innings; the hitless fifth inning was pitched by John Langen. The Wildcats’ next two games are on the road; they’re back home at 7 pm next Monday (April 3rd) vs. Cleveland at NCSWAC (2801 SW Thistle).

2 Replies to "SPORTS: League-leading West Seattle High School's latest baseball shutout"

  • Vee March 28, 2023 (8:53 am)

    Team is doing great,  great boys and coaches, fun to watch

  • Brooke March 28, 2023 (11:39 am)

    Prep Baseball Report has the team ranked 20th for the West Coast prior to this win. Roll Cats🥳

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