Sports overview | Westside Seattle


By Tim Clinton


The Covid, snow and ice have taken a heavy toll on high school sports in the region.

No events took place the week between Christmas and New Years Day and very few happened in the last week.

The following is an overview of the basketball games that have taken place:

Boys basketball

Chief Sealth 69, Nathan Hale 60

The Chief Sealth Seahawks eluded Nathan Hale in Saturday’s Metro League action.

Seattle Prep 64, West Seattle 62

Seattle Prep won a close game against West Seattle on Saturday.

O’Dea 59, Ballard 44

The Irish won on Saturday against the Beavers.

Christian Life 68, SCS 38

Seattle Christian absorbed a loss on Saturday.

Auburn Mountainview 63, KC 46

Kennedy Catholic fell to Auburn Mountainview in a game on Friday.

Kentwood 55, Mont Rainier 47

The Conquerors picked up a victory Friday against the Rams.

Port Angeles 71, Highline 64

Port Angeles took Evergreen’s place on the Pirates’ calendar and emerged victorious.

Renton 74, Foster 34

Renton routed the Bulldogs on Friday.

Kennedy Catholic 74, December 61

The Lancers were decisive winners at Decatur in Wednesday’s action.

Foster 66, Lindbergh 62

Foster survived Lindbergh on Tuesday.

SCS 68, Christian Waterfall 61

Seattle Christian scored a victory last Tuesday.

Basketball girl

Holy Names 53, Ballard 40

Ballard fell to girls’ school on Saturday.

Nathan Hale 51, Chief Sealth 26

Chief Sealth suffered a loss on Saturday.

Seattle Prep 62, West Seattle 60

West Seattle lost a two-point game on Saturday.

Christian of Life 31, SCS 28

Seattle Christian failed in a low scoring game on Saturday.

KC 52, Auburn Mountainview 37

Kennedy Catholic tamed the Lions last Friday.

Kentwood 70, Mont Rainier 28

Kentwood took down the Rams on Friday.

Renton 41, Foster 37

Foster fell four on Friday.

Lindbergh 50, Tyee 25

Lindbergh gave the Totems double trouble on Friday.

Kennedy Catholic 65, Decatur 37

The Lancers won over the Gators last Wednesday.

Cascade Christian 46, SCS 21

The Warriors suffered a loss on Tuesday.


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