Sports Roundup for the Week of May 23
Tuesday, May 17
Hockinson 2, Evergreen 0
Evergreen put forth a strong battle in last Tuesday's state Class 2A tournament opener but wound up on the short end of a 2-0 score against Hockinson.
The loss in the match played at Foster High School ended the Wolverines' season.
Evergreen played in the mixed Class 3A/2A Seamount League during the regular season and qualified to play in the 2A tournament.
Wednesday, May 18
SCS 16, Seattle Lutheran 6
Seattle Lutheran of West Seattle went down to Seattle Christian School of SeaTac by 10 runs in action Wednesday, May 18.
Benita Beale had a big outing for the Warriors in the win, hitting 3-for-4 with two runs scored and one RBI. She also won on the mound.
Mikayla Wrolstad hit 3-for-4 with two runs and two RBI and Mumm hit 2-for-3 with two runs scored and two RBI.
Chief Sealth 12, Eastside Catholic 2
Chief Sealth started its postseason on the right foot last Wednesday, winning by a 12-2 score over Eastside Catholic.
Chloe Bahar was the winning pitcher for Sealth, and Sara Schendel hit 4-for-4 with a home run, three runs scored, five RBI and three doubles. Puno Savusa hit 3-for-4 with two runs and one RBI and Victoria Swamy hit 2-for-3 with two runs, three RBI and one triple.
Juanita 15, Chief Sealth 0
Juanita shut out Chief Sealth in the Seahawks' second game of the day Wednesday.
Thursday, May 19
Blanchet 6, Chief Sealth 2
The Seahawks absorbed a 6-2 loss in Thursday's playoff action at Seattle's Lower Woodland field.
Bellevue 6, West Seattle 0
West Seattle's Wildcats were blanked by Bellevue in a Thursday, May 19 game also played at Lower Woodland.
Mount Si 5, West Seattle 2
In a Wildcats vs. Wildcats matchup, the Mount Si version got the best of West Seattle Thursday.
Saturday, May 21
Seattle Lutheran 7, Napavine 4
Seattle Lutheran 18, Mossyrock 1
Seattle Lutheran of West Seattle took two more steps on its way to defending its state Class 2B championship, defeating Napavine in the first game of regional action, 7-4, and downing Mossyrock, 18-1.
The team will now spend Friday and Saturday in Yakima playing in the state final four at Parker Field.
Shorewood 3, West Seattle 0
The Wildcats' dreams of playing in the state 3A final four at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma ended with Saturday's shutout loss.