An Independent School • Grades 5-12

Freshmen Addie S. and Jack S. lead the way with singles victories as the Lions win their third straight and stay undefeated!

Joseph C. earns the brace, and Johnny V. follows up with one more of his own to seal the deal against Rainier Beach, 3-0. Senior Dain D. banks the shutout in net.

Young Teddy T. tosses the complete game, while brothers Hayden and Coulter D. combine to jump-start the Lions offensive explosion as the Lions take the dub, 10-0.

Annie H. nets 3 goals, and Kyle F. pitches a second-half shutout of the Overlake Owls as the Lions win on the road.

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Message from the Director

Lakeside Athletics focuses on what is most valuable about sports: development, teamwork, and pride. As director of athletics, I get to work with talented coaches who teach passionate athletes; see our community come together to cheer for our teams; and observe our student-athletes grow, mature, and reach for their best. Lakeside’s student athletes are creating incredible memories, building lifelong friendships, and graduating with a set of skills that will strengthen their ability to lead successful, enriching lives. It is my pleasure to support them in that work. Click below to learn more about Lakeside Athletics. Go Lions!
Chris Hartley, Director of Athletics

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On Pride

by Chris Hartley, director of athletics