Updated: April 21, 2011, 8:01 PM ET

Seely, Stewart win Seattle AMA SX

Stewart back on top for the second week in a row, while Seely picks up a Lites win out West

By ESPN Action Sports

Steve CoxAfter spending eight weeks away from the top of the Supercross podium, James Stewart is now making up for lost time. Seattle was his second win in two weeks.

In Seattle over the weekend, James Stewart took his second win in a row and seems to be on quite a roll going into the last two rounds of the season, in Salt Lake City and Las Vegas. With grueling ruts and less-than-stellar track conditions posing a hefty challenge to the riders, Stewart's finesse and raw skill shined through on Saturday night at Qwest Field.

As of now, nine points separate four riders with two rounds left in the Monster Energy/AMA Supercross Championship. What does that mean? If Stewart wins again in Salt Lake, which seems probable right now and Ryan Villopoto finishes any further back than second place, we could have four riders go to Vegas in a winner-take-all scenario for the title.