Sports Roundup 2-10-14
Friday, Feb. 7
West Seattle finished fourth in last week's tournament with 136.77 points and Chief Sealth came in sixth with 122.10.
Olivia Christopher of West Seattle was the top local individual finisher, placing ninth in the floor exercise with a 7.95 score.
Foster 54, Evergreen 42
The Wolverines went down to defeat at the hands of Foster on Friday.
Seattle Prep 61, Chief Sealth 46
Chief Sealth's Seahawks were stopped by Seattle Prep in Friday action.
Shorewood Chr. 54, Evergreen Luth. 47
Shorewood Christian came away with a victory against Evergreen Lutheran on Friday.
Evergreen 46, Foster 42
Evergreen finished its regular season with a close win over Foster on Friday and earned its way to both the 2A West Central sub-district tournament and the West Central District tournament.
Seattle Prep 55, Chief Sealth 47
Chief Sealth's regular season ended on a losing note Friday.
Evergreen Luth. 48, Shorewood Chr. 26
Shorewood Christian was stopped by the defensive play of Evergreen Lutheran in a Friday game.
Saturday, Feb. 8
Chief Sealth scored 91 points to secure seventh place as a team Saturday and West Seattle came in 12th with 50.
Daron Camacho won the 195-pound title for Chief Sealth, posting a 12-6 victory over Joey Richards of O'Dea in the final.
Evergreen captured third place in Saturday's 2A Seamount League tournament with 91 points.
Two Wolverine wrestlers met in the 210-pound final with Edin Espinoza-Lopez defeating Danie Huynh, 14-4.
Lam Phung lost the 170-pound championship, 6-2, and Jeremiah Kelemeta was pinned in 3:22 in the 285-pound class.
Chief Sealth came in 10th in the Metro League meet with 71 points Saturday and West Seattle finished 11th with 54.
Evergreen came in sixth as a team in Saturday's finals at Hazen High School in Renton, scoring 10 points.