Liberty football player wins National Football Foundation scholarship

March 4, 2011

By Staff

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The National Football Foundation awarded Liberty High School running back and linebacker Jay Chakravarty with a $2,000 college scholarship for his achievements on the football field, in the classroom and in the community.

The Seattle-King chapter of the organization presented Chakravarty with the award at Qwest Field Feb. 13.

Chakravarty led the Patriots with 48.5 tackles during his senior season in 2010. He also rushed the ball 15 times for 92 yards — an average of 6.1 yards per carry — and one touchdown.

One other athlete from the region received a $2,000 scholarship; six others received $500 scholarships.

Others who were named semifinalists for NFF scholarships were senior lineman Kylan Marlow, from Liberty; and junior wide receiver and defensive back Julian Li and senior offensive lineman and linebacker Jordan Bumgarner, from Hazen High School.

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