Sports Roundup 5-21-12
Saturday, May 19
Mossyrock 2, Seattle Lutheran 0
There will be no three-peat for the Seattle Lutheran High School baseball team this year.
The West Seattle-based team advanced as far as the regional level of state 2B play before being shutout by Mossyrock, 2-0, to end its season.
The action took place at Daniels Field in Anacortes with only the team that wins two games going on to state this coming weekend in Ellensburg.
Seattle Lutheran had won the past two Class 2B state championships.
Track and field
3A Sea-King District
Athletes from Seattle's Metro League and the Kingco Conference of eastern King County converged at the Southwest Athletic Complex across the street from Chief Sealth High School in West Seattle for the Class 3A portion of Sea-King District action.
The West Seattle High School girls team scored 34 points for 10th place, led by the win of Kris Tollefson in the 400-meter run. Tollefson broke the ribbon in a time of 56.30 seconds.
Chief Sealth scored 14 points for 15th place on the girls side, while the boys scored 16 points for 12th place. The West Seattle boys scored five points to tie for 16th.
The state 3A track and field meet will take place this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma along with the 2A and 4A meets. Thursday's opening action starts at 4:30 p.m.