Greg Slader
West Seattle Wildcats Team 2014. WS tied Kentwood in three innings at 3-3 and Jumped on Liberty for a 4-1 edge. Offense had plenty of Big hits as top of the order scored seven runs in Six innings. Five pitchers have stepped up this season and seem ready for the challenge ahead. Defense was shaky but they should return to last year’s form as they work together more.

West Seattle Wildcats win, tie in baseball

By Tim Clinton

West Seattle opened its baseball season with a win and a tie over this past weekend.
The Wildcats tied Kentwood through three innings a 3-3 and jumped on Liberty for a 4-1 victory in Saturday jamboree action at Liberty High School in Issaquah.

West Seattle scored seven runs over six innings of action for the day, and five pitchers have stepped up so far this season.

The Wildcats have plenty of action on tap for this week, including a special game against Issaquah at Safeco Field on Saturday.

The action on the Seattle Mariners' home diamond will start at 4 p.m.

Meanwhile, the Wildcats will host Garfield for a 3:30 p.m. Tuesday game at Hiawatha and entertain Ballard for 3:30 p.m. action on Thursday.

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