Sports Roundup

Saturday, Dec. 3

Boys basketball
Seattle Christian 67, Tyee 52
Seattle Christian scored a non-league victory over its near neighbors Saturday in the Auburn-Riverside gymnasium.

Girls basketball

Olympic 41, Kennedy 30
Olympic outlasted the Lancers in a non-league game Saturday.

Friday, Dec. 2

Girls basketball
West Seattle 79, Nathan Hale 34
The Wildcats routed the Rams to commence their Metro League season Friday.
Rainier Beach 65, Chief Sealth 48
Chief Sealth suffered a loss to the Vikings on Friday to open Metro League play.
Mt. Rainier 43, Kent-Meridian 28
Mount Rainier got its North Puget Sound League season off on the right foot by routing Kent-Meridian.
Seattle Christian 52, Forest Ridge 25
Seattle Christian topped Forest Ridge in Friday action.

Boys basketball
Nathan Hale 82, West Seattle 59
The Wildcats took a loss as the Metro League season opened Friday.
Rainier Beach 104, Chief Sealth 65

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Keeping Track

By Tim Clinton
SPORTS EDITOR

Geving leading Portland State

Highline High School graduate Tyler Geving is entering his eighth season as the head coach of the Portland State University men's basketball team, leading the Vikings to a 3-3 record so far.
Geving, a 1991 Pirates graduate, is in his 12th season as a coach overall after starting off as an assistant.

McPhee off to a strong start

Mount Rainier graduate Brittany McPhee has gotten off to a good start in her junior season with the Stanford University women's basketball team.
McPhee, a 6-foot guard, is averaging 15.9 points for the Cardinal, including a season high 28 against Texas on Nov. 14. She is also averaging 3.9 rebounds in her seven games.

Jordan McPhee averaging 9.0

Mount Rainier graduate Jordan McPhee has hit an average of 9.0 points to go with 4.0 rebounds as a 5-10 junior guard for the Seattle Pacific University women's basketball team.
McPhee -- Brittany's twin sister -- has a total of nine assists and 11 steals and has scored a season-high 10 points three times.

Collier a senior for Huskies

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Sports Roundup for Dec. 2

By Tim Clinton
SPORTS EDITOR

Thursday, Dec. 1

Boys basketball
Highline 51, Charles Wright 22
The Pirates cruised to a non-league victory Thursday.
Kentwood 75, Kennedy 60
Kennedy Catholic opened North Puget Sound League play on a losing note Thursday.
Sultan 43, Foster 34
Foster fell to Sultan in non-league action Thursday.

Girls basketball
Kentwood 56, Kennedy 41
The Conquerors spoiled the Lancers' NPSL debut Thursday.

Wednesday, Nov. 30

Boys basketball
Tyee 59, Evergreen 58
The Totems trimmed Evergreen in a non-league but crosstown battle Wednesday.
Northwest 65, Seattle Christian 63
The Warriors were edged in Wednesday action.

Girls basketball
Tyee 34, Evergreen 24
Tyee triumphed in Wednesday's clash against the Wolverines.
Foster 45, Franklin 36
Foster also finished as a winner Wednesday.
Mt. Rainier 41, Federal Way 36
The Lady Rams rallied for a victory against the Eagles.
Seattle Christian 54, Auburn 38

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