Sports Roundup 9-12-14

by Tim Clinton
Sports Editor

Thursday, Sept. 11
Girls soccer
West Seattle 0, Blanchet 0
The Wildcats battled Blanchet to a scoreless tie Thursday.
Ballard 6, Chief Sealth 0
Chief Sealth was shut out by the Beavers.
Sammamish 12, Evergreen 0
The Wolverines of White Center took a lopsided loss Thursday.

TJ 3, Evergreen 2
Thomas Jefferson outlasted Evergreen in a non-league match.
Lake Washington 3, Mt. Rainier 2
Lake Washington edged its way past the Rams.

Boys tennis
Mt. Rainier 5, K-M 0
The Rams rallied for a victory Thursday.

Boys golf
Mt. Rainier 50, K-M 12
Mount Rainier was a winner in a road match.

Wednesday, Sept. 10
West Seattle 3, Franklin 0
West Seattle won in Metro League action Wednesday.
Washington 3, Foster 1
Foster fell to the Patriots on Wednesday.

Boys tennis
Kennedy 7, Foster 0
Kennedy Catholic cruised past the Bulldogs.
Renton 6, Highline 1
Renton posted a victory over the Pirates.
Curtis 3, Mt. Rainier 2

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West Seattle grad Isaiah Jenkins is part of EWU football success

By Gerardo Bolong

Persistence and patience are two apparent traits of Isaiah Jenkins' personality.

His high school career featured many accomplishments and honors. He earned first team All-Metro League Sound Division honors as both a wide receiver and defensive back. As a senior, he accounted for 434 yards on 23 receptions while hauling in five touchdown catches. In that year, he led the Wildcats to a 6-4 record and a share of the Metro League Sound Division regular season title. As a junior, he helped West Seattle win its first eight games before the team fell in the playoffs. For that season, Jenkins earned second team All-Metro League Sound Division honors both as a wide receive and defensive back.
During his Eastern Washington football career, the 2010 West Seattle High School graduate has persevered through good and hard times.

Following a redshirt 2010 season, Jenkins saw significant action at the end of the season to earn his letter.

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Sportswatch week of 9-10-14


High schools
West Seattle hosts Washington at 7 p.m. Friday at the Southwest Athletic Complex as Chief Sealth travels to Rainier Beach.
Mount Rainier is home at Highline Memorial facing Bethel at the same time as Evergreen goes to Fife, Foster to Sammamish and Highline to Nathan Hale.
Kennedy Catholic goes to Seattle Memorial to play Seattle Prep at 5 p.m. Friday.

Foster entertains Washington at 7 p.m. Wednesday, while Chief Sealth is home at the same time and West Seattle at Franklin.
Mount Rainier visits Lake Washington at 7 p.m. Thursday and Evergreen goes to Thomas Jefferson at 7:15 p.m.
Friday West Seattle is at home at 7 p.m. as Chief Sealth travels to Cleveland.
Monday's schedule has West Seattle hosting Cleveland and Chief Sealth entertaining Ballard, while Tuesday Evergreen is at Tyee, JFK at Highline and Hazen at Evergreen -- also at 7 p.m. -- with Mount Rainier hosting Blanchet at 7:15 p.m.

Girls soccer
Evergreen hosts Sammamish at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Highline Memorial and Mount Rainier visits Thomas Jefferson at 7:30 p.m.

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