Greater Seattle Got Game
Who's got game? Each month, ESPN RISE finds out. Here are the athletes we recognized in November:
RAINIER -- FOOTBALL
Kyle North has been a regular in the scoring column this fall. In the season opener, he reached pay dirt four times as part of a 255-yard performance in Rainier's 41-26 victory over Napavine. North also got acquainted with the end zone early and often in Rainier's 53-14 win over Raymond on Sept. 12. The senior back led the Mountaineers to their second win by scoring six of the team's eight touchdowns. North shredded the Raymond defense, piling up 156 yards on 14 carries.
SEHOME -- GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY
The junior harrier has recorded a pair of remarkable seasons, finishing in the top three in the state the last two years. She is among the early favorites to compete for the Class 2A individual title. Last season, Moore placed second overall with a run of 19:11, helping Sehome capture the Class 2A team title. She and freshman teammate Mimi Krieger give Sehome a solid one-two punch and a legit opportunity for back-to-back crowns.
SEATTLE ACADEMY -- GIRLS' SOCCER
After earning All-League honors as a sophomore, Seattle Academy forward Sierra Keeler began the 2008 season with a four-goal performance in a 4-2 win over University Prep on Sept. 9. Keeler, now a junior, earned first team All-League honors in the Emerald City League in both her freshman and sophomore seasons. She tallied 11 goals and six assists during the team's 13-2-2 campaign last year. With a talented cast around her, Keeler will attempt to return the Cardinals to their 2005 state title form.
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