BASEBALL: West Seattle HS wins Metro League championship

(WSB photos)

The West Seattle High School Wildcats are the Metro League champions for the second time in three years! They won the title game against Ballard 7-1 tonight at Steve Cox Memorial Park in White Center. WSHS was ahead 2-0 after the first inning and never looked back.

(#11, TJ Buehring)

A few more innings went by before West Seattle started piling on the runs by methodically advancing after getting on base – a single here, an RBI there, a stolen base here.

(#7, Caden Fahy)

Miles Chandler was the winning pitcher. Head coach Dylan Mclauchlin‘s Wildcats had already secured a spot in the state tournament, which starts Tuesday.

When their next game is set, it’ll appear on this bracket.

SUNDAY NIGHT UPDATE: The next game is set – next Saturday (May 18), 1 pm, vs. Peninsula, at Edmonds-Woodway HS. It’s a potential doubleheader, as it’s a must-win game, with the winner advancing to another game that afternoon.

5 Replies to "BASEBALL: West Seattle HS wins Metro League championship"

  • Vee May 12, 2024 (9:14 am)

    Great win,very impressive accomplishment for WS team

  • Seattlite May 12, 2024 (10:53 am)

    GO WS BOYS!!!   Great job!

  • #rollcats May 12, 2024 (1:38 pm)

    Since 2003 until Ballard made state this year and Garfield one other time,  West Seattle is the only Seattle Public School to make the state tournament in baseball.11 times pretty amazing!03, 06, 08, 10-14, 22-24

    • Baseball fan May 13, 2024 (11:08 am)

      Lincoln is a Seattle Public School and they won State last year. Congrats to WS and good luck at State!

  • Thomas May 12, 2024 (4:43 pm)

    Outstanding way to go!

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