Lawrence Kane
RB Daron Camacho (#11) making another spectacular run in the game Nov. 7 between the White River Hornets and the Sealth Seahawks. The Hornets won the game 28-6.

SLIDESHOW: White River Hornets defeat Sealth Seahawks 28 – 6

by Lawrence Kane

The White River Hornets made the trek from Buckley to West Seattle to face the Chief Sealth Seahawks at the Southwest Athletic Center on Friday night. Unfortunately the visitors proved too much for the hometown Seahawks to handle, winning 28 – 6. The score could have been much closer, but a 51-yard touchdown run by junior running back Daron Camacho (#11) was call back due to a holding penalty, senior wide receiver Alloney Burris (#5) caught a pass in the end-zone inches out of bounds, and a near-certain touchdown by senior wide receiver Ronnie Parker (#10) was thwarted when he was stripped of the ball on the 1-foot line.

Despite these heartbreaking moments the Seahawks played tough throughout the entire game.

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Sports Roundup 11-7-14

Thursday, Nov. 6
Football

Rogers 35, Mt. Rainier 34
Rogers of Puyallup edged Mount Rainier in Thursday's crossover showdown of South Puget Sound League teams with the mascot name Rams.
It was the second one-point crossover loss in a row for Mount Rainier, as it dropped a 7-6 game to Kentridge one week earlier.

Girls soccer
Columbia River 2, Kennedy 0
The Kiggins Bowl in Vancouver has been death in the postseason to many soccer teams in the past, and Thursday's matchup between Seamount League champion Kennedy Catholic and Greater St. Helens League champion Columbia River proved to be no different.

The JFK Lancers of Burien fell into a 12 p.m. Saturday game against Central Kitsap at Sunset Chevrolet Stadium in Sumner for the West Central District's No. 2 and No. 5 berths to state.
SCS 1, Klahowya 0

The Warriors of Seattle Christian scored a playoff victory over Klahowya on Thursday.

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Evergreen grad Senio Kelemete now a Saint

Evergreen High School graduate Senio Kelemete is now the second string left and right offensive guard for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League.

Kelemente of the class of 2007 was originally drafted out of the University of Washington by the Arizona Cardinals in 2012. He played for the Cardinals that year and is now in his second season with the Saints.
The 24-year-old who wears the number 65 stands at 6 feet, 3 inches and weighs in at 300 pounds.

Ugwoaba among honorees
Three repeaters are among five Western Washington University men's soccer players named 2014 Great Northwest Athletic Conference Academic All-Stars in an announcement Wednesday, Nov. 5, by the conference office.

The threesome honored for the second time includes midfielder Caden Sowers (Jr., Ferndale), midfielder Matt Temple (Jr., Beaverton, OR) and midfielder Uche Ugwoaba (Jr., Burien/Highline).
Rounding out the Viking honorees are midfielder Dan Anderson (Jr., Sandpoint, ID) and defender Troy McCarty (So., Snohomish).

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