Lakeside Middle School
13510 1st Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98125-3099
Lakeside Upper School
14050 1st Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98125-3099
|Lions Hit the Switch, Outpace Chargers 55-21|
34 first-half points, 7 takeaways, and 364 yards of total offense propelled the Lakeside varsity football team to a 55-21 non-league victory over Marysville-Getchell on Friday (Sept. 19) at Quil Ceda Stadium.
|Lions Carve out Points in Last Six Matches|
After a season-opening loss to King’s on September 6, the Lakeside girls varsity soccer team has posted four wins and two draws in its last six outings. The Lions wrapped up 2014 non-league play on Saturday (Sept. 20) with a 1-1 result at Lynnwood.
|Sjoberg to Lead Swim & Dive as Program Head|
Lakeside School announced in early June that Rob Sjoberg has been hired as the Lions’ first swim & dive program head – Sjoberg assumes the role of girls (fall) and boys (winter) varsity head coach and will oversee all swim & dive operations as program head.
|Sophie C. '17 and Lions Journey into Metro|
Sophie C. ’17 and Jack P. ’15 finished 1st and 9th in their respective races as the Lakeside cross country team opened up Metro League competition against Ballard, Bishop Blanchet, and Garfield at Lower Woodland Park on Friday (Sept. 19).
|Checkmate: Lakeside Holds off King's in Tailgate|
Sam S. ’15 threw for 140 yards and manufactured three TD’s, Cole S. ’15 rushed for 70 yards and a score, and Mayan C. ’16 carved out 41 receiving yards and a touchdown to help Lakeside push past King’s by a 30-20 result on Friday (Sept. 12) at Parsons Field.
|Cross Country Competes at Bellarmine Invitational|
The Lakeside cross country team kicked off its 2014 regular-season slate in Tacoma on Saturday and registered several top-flight times in the process. The Lions competed in the Bellarmine Invitational, where defending WIAA 3A state champion Andrea M. ’15 secured top billing in the girls varsity race.
|Brian Woodward Named Baseball Program Head|
Lakeside School announced on Monday (September 8) that it has hired Brian Woodward as baseball program head – Woodward will assume the role as varsity head coach and will oversee all baseball operations at the Middle School and Upper School.
|Chris Hartley: Leading the Lions|
Though I am beginning my seventh year at Lakeside, I feel a little like a rookie again. I have been a coach and athlete most of my life and know well the pregame experience – a mixture of butterflies and pride. I have those feelings now. I just want to get the game started!