By Jeremy Martin
Opposites clashed Friday night at Foster High School when the up tempo style of Chief Sealth met the deliberate, methodical attack of the Lady Bulldogs.
With such differences colliding, one team was bound to eventually dictate the flow the game, and by halftime Sealth held a 13 point lead and enough hard fought momentum to carry it to a 50-31 victory.
Seahawks do-it-all guard O’Shae Walker was a menace on both ends of the court dropping a game high 14 points and nabbing 7 steals on the defensive end.
Her ability to fly down the court made it difficult for Foster to successfully initiate full court pressure on the Seahawks (1-1).
“That’s what she does, she’s one of our sleepers, she’s going to come out this season and make a big difference,” Sealth head coach Katie Jo Maris said.
But Foster (0-1) had a difference maker of its own.
Eunica Serafica, the Bulldogs tallest player at 5’8’’, proved to be a handful both as a ball handler and as a dominating presence under the rim.More ›