Sports Roundup 5-9-14

Thursday, May 8
West Seattle 12, Seattle Prep 1
West Seattle's Wildcats clawed their way to a convincing victory Thursday.

Boys soccer
Evergreen 1, Foster 1
The Wolverines' season ended on a high note Thursday as they knotted second place Foster, 1-1.

Wednesday, May 7
Boys soccer
West Seattle 0, Franklin 0
The Wildcats played the Quakers to a scoreless tie Wednesday.
Nathan Hale 3, Chief Sealth 2
Chief Sealth dropped a 3-2 decision to Nathan Hale on Wednesday.

Mixed tennis
Highline 6, Evergreen 1
Evergreen fell to the Pirates as the Seamount League season ended Wednesday.

Tuesday, May 6
West Seattle 5, Blanchet 3
West Seattle finished first in the Metro League's Sound Division at 12-4 with Tuesday's win and advances to play Lakeside in the Metro League tournament at 10 a.m. Saturday at Steve Cox Memorial Park in White Center.
Larry Jensen threw all eight innings for the Wildcats, striking out three and giving up only three runs on eight hits.
Spenser Elder hit 2-for-4 with a triple, one run scored and three RBI. Cameron Slader hit 2-for-3 with a double and Morgan McCullough also hit 2-for-3.

Boys soccer
Tyee 5, Evergreen 1
Evergreen took a loss at the hands of the Totems on Tuesday.

Mixed tennis
Evergreen 6, Foster 1
Evergreen beat the Bulldogs decisively on Tuesday.

Monday, May 5
Boys soccer
Chief Sealth 6, Cleveland 1
Carlos Cerdoza tallied a team-high two goals as the Seahawks scored a victory Monday.

Bainbridge 10, Chief Sealth 0
Bainbridge blanked Chief Sealth in Monday action.
The Seahawks still finished second in the Metro League Sound Division to West Seattle and they take on Seattle Prep in a Metro League playoff at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Steve Cox stadium.

Bainbridge 15, Chief Sealth 0
Chief Sealth was also shut out by Bainbridge in fastpitch softball Monday.

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