Sports Roundup 2-14-14
Thursday, Feb. 13
West Seattle 64, Nathan Hale 57
West Seattle secured the No. 7 seed from the Metro League into the Sea-King District tournament with Thursday's win at Nathan Hale.
The Wildcats will open Sea-King action this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Seattle Prep in a loser-out game.
DeAndre Love led the West Seattle scorers with 26 points. Ruslan Burduzha added 14 and Nate Prior tossed in 10.
NW Yeshiva 57, Shorewood Chr. 46
Shorewood Christian of West Seattle took a loss in Thursday's 1B SeaTac League action against Northwest Yeshiva.
Seattle Luth. 69, Chief Leschi 47
Seattle Lutheran of West Seattle scored a victory over Chief Leschi in a 2B SeaTac game on Thursday.
West Seattle 40, Holy Names 39
West Seattle advances as the Metro League's No. 3 seed to the Sea-King District tournament after Thursday's win.
The Wildcats open the district tournament with a loser-out game Saturday, hosting Eastside Catholic in 7 p.m. action.
Evergreen 53, Tyee 49
After losing to Tyee twice during the regular Seamount League season the Wolverines tripped up the Totems in a Seamount League/South Puget Sound League 2A sub-district tournament game Thursday.
The Wolverines play Fife in their West Central District tournament opener Monday with the action starting at 6:30 p.m. at Curtis High School in University Place.
MR Luth. 45, Shorewood Chr. 31
Shorewood Christian fell to Mount Rainier Lutheran in a 1B SeaTac League tournament game Thursday.
Tuesday, Feb. 11
Sumner 64, Evergreen 29
The Wolverines were stomped on by host Sumner in Tuesday's sub-district tournament opener.
Cleveland 66, West Seattle 44
West Seattle was paired up with No. 1 seed Cleveland in Tuesday's Metro League tournament opener and took a loss.
Bainbridge 50, West Seattle 40
The West Seattle boys fell by 10 points in a Metro League tournament game at Bainbridge.
Shorewood Chr. 59, Rainier Chr. 53
Shorewood Christian posted a close win over Rainier Christian in Tuesday Sea-Tac 1B action.
Monday, Feb. 10
West Seattle 65, Lakeside 58
West Seattle kept its Metro League tournament stay alive with a win at Lakeside in Monday's opener.
Love scored 29 points, Burduzha 16 and Malachi Cain 11.
Bainbridge 55, Chief Sealth 49
Chief Sealth's season ended with Monday's Metro League tournament opening loss at Bainbridge.
Oshae Walker led the Seahawks with 11 points and Samantha Scroggins added eight.