SCDS alumnus, Corbin Carroll, '15 was featured in a baseball preview which ran in The Seattle Times this week. The article's sub-headline said it all: "As a freshman, he was a key cog in Lakeside's first state title-game appearance. As a sophomore, he's already committed to UCLA."
Carroll was a freshman outfielder and pitcher last season, but stood out as a player to watch helping the Lakeside Lions get to their first Class 3A state championship game; only the second postseason appearance in Lakeside's history. "He's not just a talent. He goes about his business and wants to get better," said Lakeside Head Coach Kellen Sundin. According to the Times he was recruited as a hitter but he also pitches lefty and was 5-2 last year with a 2.39 ERA, and 53 strikeouts in 44 innings pitched.
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- Named to the All-Tournament team at the 2016 Baseball Northwest (BBNW) Sr. Championships
- Named to the All-Tournament team (BBNW team) at the 2016 15U Perfect Game World Series
- 2016 Lakeside School baseball varsity starter: Batting: .392 BA/.487 OBP/.598 SLG with 97 AB/3 2B/6 3B/2 HR/38 R/21 RBI/18 BB/7 SO/11 SB/12 ATT; Fielding: .957 FP/36 PO/8 A/2 E; Pitching: 2.39 ERA/1.25 WHIP/44IP/15 ER/53 SO
- Names to the All-Tournament team at the 2015 BBNW Jr. Championships
- Recognized for the fastest time at the 2015 BBNW Jr. Championships tournament for 60-yard-dash (6.86) and 30-yard-dash (3.83)