Sportswatch: For the week of Feb. 3-16

Sports events worth keeping an eye on

By Tim Clinton
SPORTS EDITO
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High schools
Boys basketball
Evergreen hosts Kennedy Catholic for a 7 p.m. game Wednesday as Foster entertains Renton, Highline hosts Lindbergh and Tyee travels to Hazen.
Seattle Christian goes on the road to Northwest School for a 7:30 p.m. game Thursday and Tyee hosts Liberty for a 7 p.m. game Friday.
At 7:30 p.m. Friday Seattle Lutheran is at Evergreen Lutheran and Shorewood Christian at Mount Rainier Lutheran, while at 8 p.m. Chief Sealth is at Eastside Catholic and West Seattle at Franklin.
Shorewood Christian plays an 8:45 p.m. home game against Northwest Yeshiva on Saturday and Seattle Christian entertains Bellevue Christian at 7 p.m. Monday.

Girls basketball
West Seattle continues its quest for an undefeated season when it hosts Seattle Prep for a 7:30 p.m. game Wednesday as Chief Sealth entertains Holy Names.
At 7 p.m. Wednesday Kennedy hosts Evergreen and Tyee hosts Hazen as Foster travels to Renton and Highline to Lindbergh.

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Sports Roundup 1-31-16

By Tim Clinton
SPORTS EDITOR

Thursday, Jan. 28
Wrestling
Foster 36, Tyee 18
The Bulldogs scored a victory over the Totems Thursday.
Hazen 59, Kennedy 24
Kennedy absorbed a loss at the hands of Hazen.
Chief Sealth 45, Lakeside 9
The Seahawks scored a win over Lakeside in Metro League action.
Roosevelt 48, Chief Sealth 27
Chief Sealth took a loss to the Roughriders in a second match Thursday.

Boys swimming
Lindbergh 99, Kennedy 81
The Lancers lost a close one to the Eagles.
Renton 62, Evergreen 32
Renton was a winner against the Wolverines on Thursday.
Renton 69, Highline 19
The Indians also won compared to Highline.
Renton 71. Tyee 0
Renton won by shutout over the Totems at the same time Thursday.

Wednesday, Jan. 27
Girls basketball
West Seattle 44, Blanchet 30
West Seattle took sole possession of first place in the Metro League and remained undefeated at 17-0 this year with Wednesday's win.
Both teams came in undefeated, with Blanchet ranked No. 3 in the state and West Seattle No. 4.

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Lindsay Peyton
West Seattle resident Mo Sanders has his hands in everything that has to do with roller skating. He runs Grn Mnstr Roller Sports, an online wholesale company that serves up the products he designed and created to help skaters.

West Seattle resident Mo Sanders eats, sleeps and breathes roller skating

By Lindsay Peyton

By day, he runs a business devoted to his favorite sport Grn Mnstr Roller Sports, an online wholesale company that serves up the products he designed and created to help skaters. The company is known for Antik Skateboots, Heartless Wheels, Gumball Toestops, as well as other skate –related apparel and accessories.

In the evenings, Sanders is almost always in the rink – either coaching the Rat City Rollergirls, training for the men’s team he helped create, the Puget Sound Outcast Derby, or just unwinding and having fun on four wheels.
Sanders, also known as Quadzilla L.K., has competed internationally in inline skating and roller derby, and even starred in a television show based on bank track roller derby.

His journey began simply enough. The self-described “rink rat” who grew up in Tacoma took a job at a skate shop right as the inline craze started in the early 1990s. He received a sponsorship from a local skating company and started traveling the world, visiting various skate parks, signing up for different competitions and learning all about the products in the industry.

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