Morton Ranch grad Kevin Foster stays red hot for Santa Clara
Morton Ranch High School graduate Kevin Foster continued his assault on the record books but Portland topped Santa Clara 78-68.
Foster scored 29 points, including seven of 16 from beyond the arc. It is the eighth time this season Foster has scored more than six threes in a game (previous best for a Bronco was three games in a season).
With 105 threes pointers made this season, Foster moves to No. 5 on the West Coast Conference single season bests list, passing Terrell Lowery who made 103 in 31 games in 1991.
Foster needs two threes to move past Peter McKelvey who made 106 in 1992 in 28 games and sits at No. 4.
Foster is No. 4 nationally in threes per game and No. 1 in made and attempted threes.
Foster, a sophomore guard, is averaging 19.2 points per game, 3.8 assists per game, 2.5 rebounds per game and 1.7 steals per game in 31.2 minutes per game.
The 2008 graduate of Morton Ranch High School was named one of Texas' top 30 recruits.
He was coached by Corey Palmer and as a senior he was named the MVP and All-District 18-5A first team.
Foster averaged 21 points per game on a team that finished 26-9 his senior year and lost in the first round of the Texas High School playoffs.
He was tabbed No. 33 in the Texas Hoops post-season senior class rankings.
Foster’s parents are Rick and Gilda. His dad went to Texas Southern and mom went to Texas. Foster has an older brother, Rodney, who plays professional basketball after playing point guard and graduating from Rice.
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