Jeremy Martin
West Seattle's Carter Golgart inbounds the ball during their game against Sealth on Tuesday April. 22. Sealth won the game 4-1.

Sealth avenges early season loss, rolling over West Seattle 4-1

By Jeremy Martin

Tuesday afternoon Chief Sealth avenged an early season loss to rival West Seattle by coming away with a decisive 4-1 victory in boys soccer.

Luis Medina scored two goals, Devin Oxford put in another and Yael Pina chipped in with a goal and two assists for a Seahawk squad seeking a big homefield win.

A large and boisterous crowd showed up with home made signs and plenty of spirit for one of the area's most heated rivalry games.

West Seattle came out with plenty of energy but was unable to come away with the season sweep thanks in no small part to Sealth's potent offensive attack.

Alazar Gilay came away with the Wildcats loan goal despite the team repeatedly getting chances deep in Seahawk territory.

A windy and wet evening did little to dampen the energy as both squads gave great effort in this highly physical and aggressive match.

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