Sports Roundup Oct. 5


Monday, Oct. 1

Volleyball
West Seattle 3, Cleveland 0
West Seattle won all three games in last Monday's match against Cleveland.

Ingraham 3, Chief Sealth 2
The Seahawks were edged out by Ingraham in another Metro League match played Monday.

Boys golf
Seattle Prep 143, West Seattle 103
Bailey Fuentes shot a 40 for fifth place to lead West Seattle this past Monday.

Tuesday, Oct. 2
Volleyball
Seattle Luth. 3, Tacoma Baptist 1
Seattle Lutheran of West Seattle won a battle against Tacoma Baptist last Tuesday.

Girls soccer
Chief Sealth 6, Rainier Beach 0
Chief Sealth rallied past Rainier Beach in a big way Tuesday.
West Seattle 3, Ingraham 0
West Seattle shut down Ingraham for a Metro League win on Tuesday.
Foster 7, Evergreen 0
Evergreen fell to Foster in a 7-0 rout Tuesday.
Mt. Rainier Luth. 3, Seattle Luth. 1
Seattle Lutheran lost in Tuesday's all-Lutheran showdown.

Wednesday, Oct. 3
Volleyball
West Seattle 3, Rainier Beach 0
West Seattle swept Rainier Beach away this past Wednesday.

Boys golf
Lakeside 112, Chief Sealth 29
Chief Sealth took second place out of four teams Wednesday, scoring 29 points behind the 112 of Lakeside but ahead of the 20 of Cleveland and the seven points of Franklin.

Girls golf
Lakeside 96, Chief Sealth/Franklin 68
Chief Sealth and Franklin took a combined 96-68 loss to Lakeside last Wednesday.

Thursday, Oct. 4
Football
Hazen 48, Evergreen 6
Evergreen was trimmed by the Highlanders in a lopsided way last Thursday.

Cross country
Holy Names 19, Chief Sealth 53
Chief Sealth finished second to Holy Names in a six-team meet held at Lower Woodland Park on Thursday.

Volleyball
Seattle Luth. 3, Crosspoint 0
Seattle Lutheran clobbered Crosspoint Academy this past Thursday.

Girls soccer
Evergreen Luth. 3, Seattle Luth. 0
Seattle Lutheran was swept aside by Evergreen Lutheran of Des Moines on Thursday.
Nathan Hale 2, Chief Sealth 1
Nathan Hale edged the Seahawks by one goal Thursday.
Hazen 5, Evergreen 0
Hazen's Highlanders hammered Evergreen in Seamount soccer action Thursday.

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