Editor's note: I wasn't at practice Friday night because of a prior engagement. Most of this information about the Huskies' two-hour practice came from Scott Johnson, of the Everett Herald:
Johri Fogerson (ankle) returned to action and broke a 60-yard run in an 11-on-11 drill. Not to be outdone, Chris Polk busted a 30-yard touchdown run, stiff-arming David Batts at the 15.
Starting quarterback Jake Locker was 6-of-12 for 79 yards with an interception. He was sacked three times.
Backup offensive tackle Skyler Fancher limped off the field. It appeared to be a right ankle injury.
Cornerbacks Marquis Persley and Anthony Gobern saw a few snaps with No. 1 defense.
Fullback Paul Homer (hamstring) participated in some individual stuff but not in team drills.
The most competitive part of practice was short-yardage drill, which offense won: Here is some of the action:
&bull No. 1 offense got stuffed twice, then threw pass away, but scored on final two plays when Demitrius Bronson ran it in and Locker hit Kavario Middleton on a play-action rollout. Offensive players swarmed Middleton after he scored.
&bull No. 2 offense had its way with No. 2 defense in short yardage, scoring on four of five snaps. Willie Griffin, Bronson and Fogerson ran for TDs, then drill ended with play-action rollout pass from Ronnie Fouch to Kimo Makaula, leading to another huge celebration in end zone.
Wilson High's Desmond Trufant practiced without pads, but made two big hits. On one, he broke up a pass to D'Andre Goodwin.