By Jeremy Martin
Fans of fast passed basketball were treated to a holiday feast Saturday afternoon when the Ladyhawks of Chief Sealth traveled to Cleveland High to face off against the Eagles.
The menu featured a steady dose of full court pressure, fast breaks and run n’ gun action as Cleveland knocked off a scrappy Sealth team 69-33.
After taking down Bainbridge Friday night, the Ladyhawks (2-1) ran into a hungry and extremely talented Eagles team that controlled momentum for the majority of the game.
“Coming in I knew this was going to be a battle. Cleveland is stacked beyond most metro teams, but this will be our toughest game this season I believe. My girls battled hard and that’s all I wanted from them,” Chief Sealth head coach Katie Jo Maris said.
If any of her team mates were intimidated by the surroundings, O’Shae Walker brought enough confidence to share, as the junior guard did all she could to keep the Ladyhawks in the game.More ›