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A couple of bad breaks kept the Foster track and field team from performing better at the state, but coach Bill Napier is happy with his program’s progress this season. “I thought it went really well, I’m pleased,” Napier said of his team’s season. “My turnout was even bigger again and I am very happy with the effort they put in.”
From Holland to Germany, Brazil to Kuwait, Yusef Aziz has been half-way around the world in the past seven years. With all of that moving it would be easy to think he is running away from something. The truth is, Aziz is running toward something — basketball. After years of globetrotting, the former Foster High School star has settled in to Kuwait City, where he’s currently playing his third season for the Suliabikhat Sports Club. Aziz, now 29, grew up in Tukwila and led the Foster basketball team to state in 1998 and 1999. It was during those years as a Bulldog that basketball took on a new light for the former Foster High star.
The Foster girls basketball team mostly cruised through the Seamount regular season, racking up a record of 11-3 and finishing second.Once the Bulldogs reached the… Continue reading
The Foster girls basketball team fell to White River and Port Angeles in the sub-district tournament over the weekend.The Bulldogs (14-8) will play the winner… Continue reading
BoysThe Foster boys basketball team is tied with Renton for third overall in the Seamount.The Bulldogs and Indians are tied for the top 2A spot… Continue reading
Basketball can be a complex game for most. For Foster’s Sahara Hill, it’s pretty simple: “I want to become the best player in this league.”
The Foster girls basketball team kicked off the season with a 69-26, non-league win over Foss Monday.The Bulldogs (1-0) took a 46-16 lead at the… Continue reading
The Foster High football team was given an early jolt in a Class 2A state preliminary game against Eatonville Friday, Nov. 5. That jolt came in the form of Eatonville's Stephen Howell, who returned a kickoff 56 yards for a touchdown and handed the Bulldogs an early 7-3 first-quarter deficit. Instead of panicking, the Bulldogs did what they've done all season. They regrouped.
All Foster High quarterback Aaron Rodriguez needed was a little consistency. This season, that’s exactly what the senior standout has received.
Foster cross-country coach Bill Napier knew he had a special runner the instant he saw Yohana Salzano don her shoes and hit the track three years ago.