Graham-Kapowsin’s Foster Sarell: The most recruited player ever from the Northwest

One recruiting director says Graham-Kapowsin’s Foster Sarell is the best offensive lineman he’s ever seen from the Northwest. Another says that Sarell has the makings of a No. 1 overall NFL draft pick. G-K coach Eric Kurle sat down with Sarell and The News Tribune for a film-room session to illustrate just why so many recruiting experts gush over the lineman’s potential.

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Kentridge coach Bob Sandall discusses rematch win over No. 3 Kentlake

Sophomore post JaQuaya Miller scored 14 points and junior guard Morgan Gary added 10 to help lead the No. 4-ranked Chargers to a 50-33 victory over No. 3 Kentlake on Friday at Kentridge High School. The victory gave the Chargers a season split with the Falcons, who beat Kentridge, 52-45, on Dec. 16. It was the first league loss, and only the second loss of the season for the Kentlake.
Aaron Lommers Contributing writer
Kentridge coach Bob Sandall discusses rematch win over No. 3 Kentlake 1:23

Kentridge coach Bob Sandall discusses rematch win over No. 3 Kentlake

Northwest Nuggets: Film-room breakdown of Graham-Kapowsin's Foster Sarell 1:51

Northwest Nuggets: Film-room breakdown of Graham-Kapowsin's Foster Sarell

Washington's Matisse Thybulle and Carlos Johnson talk Utah and toughness 2:31

Washington's Matisse Thybulle and Carlos Johnson talk Utah and toughness

Lorenzo Romar previews Huskies game vs. Utah 3:09

Lorenzo Romar previews Huskies game vs. Utah