Keeping Track: Where area stars meet their future

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.

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Sportswatch: For the week of Nov. 30-Dec. 6

By Tim Clinton
SPORTS EDITOR

High schools
Boys basketball
Chief Sealth entertains Rainier Beach for an 8:30 p.m. game Friday as West Seattle goes on the road to Nathan Hale, then Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. the Wildcats are at home facing O'Dea as the Seahawks go to Nathan Hale.
Kennedy Catholic, meanwhile, faces a 7:15 p.m. home game against Kentwood on Thursday with Mount Rainier entertaining Kent-Meridian at the same time Friday. Tuesday's schedule has Mount Rainier hosting Kentwood and Tahoma visiting Kennedy.
Evergreen visits Tyee at 7 p.m. Thursday before entertaining Foster at the same time Tuesday. Tyee hosts Seattle Christian at 9 a.m. Saturday and Tuesday the Totems host Orting as Highline entertains Eatonville.
Seattle Christian hosts Northwest at 7 p.m. this Wednesday and Highline visits the Charles Wright Academy at the same time Thursday.
Seattle Lutheran travels to Friday Harbor in the San Juan Islands for a 7:15 p.m. game Friday and stays for "Tipoff Classic" tournament action Saturday.

Girls basketball

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Westside Snow Report 11/23/16

By Greg Whittaker

You guys ready for an actual ski report instead of how to gear up for the winter? Well we have snow in the mountains with 1 to 3 feet expected and northwest ski and snowboard areas are opening!

Whistler opens Wednesday (tomorrow) and Crystal is shooting for a Friday opening, however be sure to check their websites for details. Mt. Bachelor is also opening this Friday if you happen to be down visiting family in Oregon, bring your gear. Mt. Baker Ski Area should get enough in this storm and it is anticipated that they will open on Friday as well. Mission Ridge is also observing how the storm hits and may be open as early as Friday as they have setup a great base with their snow-making equipment and Mother Nature is helping out with this weather system big time. Stevens Pass, Summit at Snoqualmie and White Pass won’t be far behind, so it looks like a great start to the year is ramping up.

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