With a 42-25 victory over Issaquah on Nov. 2 at Pop Keeney Stadium, North Creek’s football squad (6-2) qualified for the playoffs and will take on Kennedy Catholic at 7 p.m. on Nov. 9 at Renton Memorial Stadium. “3 short years ago we, an unknown team with no seniors or history, took up the call to play in Kingco 4A football. Brick by brick we fought, battled and crawled our way to where we are today. Players, coaches, parents, and boosters deserve credit,” reads the North Creek football Facebook page on its first playoff appearance. Photo courtesy of Karla DeLong

With a 42-25 victory over Issaquah on Nov. 2 at Pop Keeney Stadium, North Creek’s football squad (6-2) qualified for the playoffs and will take on Kennedy Catholic at 7 p.m. on Nov. 9 at Renton Memorial Stadium. “3 short years ago we, an unknown team with no seniors or history, took up the call to play in Kingco 4A football. Brick by brick we fought, battled and crawled our way to where we are today. Players, coaches, parents, and boosters deserve credit,” reads the North Creek football Facebook page on its first playoff appearance. Photo courtesy of Karla DeLong

North Creek football qualifies for playoffs

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With a 42-25 victory over Issaquah on Nov. 2 at Pop Keeney Stadium, North Creek’s football squad (6-2) qualified for the playoffs and will take on Kennedy Catholic at 7 p.m. on Nov. 9 at Renton Memorial Stadium. “3 short years ago we, an unknown team with no seniors or history, took up the call to play in Kingco 4A football. Brick by brick we fought, battled and crawled our way to where we are today. Players, coaches, parents, and boosters deserve credit,” reads the North Creek football Facebook page on its first playoff appearance. Photo courtesy of Karla DeLong

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