The West Seattle High School Wildcats ran on the field to Nino Cantu South-West Sports Complex tonight as an undefeated team, and that’s how they left it, with a 56-7 win over the Kent Meridian HS Royals. # 2, junior Elie Brady, led the scoring tonight with four touchdowns.
His first was less than a minute after the start of the match.
WSHS first on the board, TD by No. 2 Elijah Brady. Then a 2-point conversion, so an 8-0 lead, and the game is less than a minute old. pic.twitter.com/2pVrzOUdRb
– West Seattle Blog (@westseattleblog) September 26, 2021
Just a minute after that, the Royals got their one and only touchdown, and the score was fleetingly close, 8-7. But less than a minute and a half later, the Wildcats began to pull away, first with another Brady TD, then with the first of two # 8, junior touchdowns. Mason kallinger:
The second quarter scoring included kicks after No.20, second year Kalei scott:
Also pictured above is # 3, second grade Bo Gionet, who notched an interception with 1:44 left in the first half. The second quarter TDs were from Brady, Kallinger and # 31, senior Casey maxwell. At halftime, the head coach Jeff Scotthis team led 42-7.
The WSHS Cheer Squad played at halftime:
The second half opened much like the first – a TD from Brady, just a minute and a half, after a pass from # 9, junior Axel johnson.
Shortly after, an interception by # 4, junior Roman centioli, set the stage for the Wildcats’ final touchdown, by # 7, senior Does Godwin. No score in the fourth quarter, so 56-7, that’s how it ended. WSHS is now 3-0, and on the road next week, at Bishop Blanchet, 7 p.m. Friday (October 1).