West Seattle Little League Majors fall to Federal Way at state

By Tim Clinton

West Seattle's dreams of taking the Washington State Little League Majors title took a hit Tuesday when the Westsiders took a 14-6 loss to Federal Way.

West Seattle now needs to win three games in a row to reach championship play and then would have to win two more in a row to take the title and advance to Western Regional action.

The road back starts Thursday, when the Westsiders will play Richland or Eastlake at 4:30 p.m.
West Seattle had opened the tournament with two straight wins, defeating Camas by a 5-4 score Saturday and then beating up on Gig Harbor National Sunday, 13-1.

9-10 year olds

The West Seattle age 9-10 did a two and out at their state tournament in Oak Harbor.
After losing to Northwest, 14-4, to open the team was eliminated with a loss to Riverview on Monday.


West Seattle's Juniors open state action at Medical Lake High School near Spokane with a 10 a.m. game Sunday.

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