Capital High School senior running back Kai Van Sickle has signed a letter of intent to play football at Pima Community College, a two-year school, in Tucson, Ariz.
Van Sickle set a Washington single-season rushing record in the fall when he rushed for 2,761 yards in 12 games. He led Capital to the state semifinals for the third time in five years before losing to eventual state champion Lynden, 48-21, in the 2A state semifinals in November. Van Sickle also set a school record with 39 touchdowns this fall.
Van Sickle said he and his stepbrother, lineman Baylor Hahn, also will play for Pima.