Home teams sweep at Highline
By Tim Clinton
It was a three-game sweep for the home teams at Highline Memorial Stadium this weekend.
Kennedy Catholic capped it off by outgunning Todd Beamer of Federal Way in a North Puget Sound League game by a 49-45 score Saturday afternoon.
That came on the heels of a double-header sweep by Highline Public Schools teams on the stadium's artificial turf the night before.
Highline started it off by winning a non-league game against Friday Harbor from the San Juan Islands by a 19-6 margin.
Mount Rainier followed up by taking the second half of the twin bill by a narrow 21-19 score over Thomas Jefferson.
That was a NPSL contest like the Kennedy game.
Chief Sealth, meanwhile, was successful on the road Friday.
The Seahawks outscored Lakeside, 46-31, in a Metro League contest.
Evergreen was not so fortunate in its road game Friday, falling to a stellar Steilacoom squad, 49-0.
Foster fell on its home turf Friday to Washington, 12-0.
West Seattle took a 28-14 home loss to Ingraham on Friday at the Southwest Athletic Complex.