I'm still not a teacher, but this I know for sure. You're right, "make" is OK.
Originally Posted by panicmonger
Even a low sound could (catch my attention) and (make my hair rise).
A low sound could do two things: catch my attention and make my hair rise.
Even a low sound (could catch my attention) and (made my hair rise).
Two predicates are ascribed to "a low sound": "could catch my attention" (possibility) and "made my hair rise" (fact). It's difficult to imagine a context in which it would make sense.