John Korsmo with a layup in 1980.
Winter Sports have begun. This is a great time to come out and support your Lakes Lancers. Once the season gets rolling, you can come and watch our athletes compete here at Lakes several nights a week. We will be hosting boys swimmi meets, boys and girls basketball, and boys and girls wrestling. Check out the scheduls on the sports links on the right.
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Scott is a 1982 graduate of Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma where he was a letter winner in football and soccer. He graduated from the University of Washington where he was a trainer with the baseball, football, basketball and men’s track and field programs. He graduated with a BA in Sports Health and Athletic Training. Scott has taught at all levels, and coached several sports.
He has been involved at all levels of athletic administration and was voted the league Athletic Director of the Year in 2011 and 2012 and the West Central District Athletic Director of the Year in 2012.
Several Lakes sports teams will do fund raising activites to help supplement their budget. Our fund raisers have specific guidelines that must be followed. If you have questions about a fund raiser, or have a suggestion, please contact our athletic director Scott Nordi. Teams currently holding fund raisers are:
Boys Basketball: The team is selling RAM Restaurant cards. Contact Coach Jensen for more information.
Cross Country: The team is selling Lakes Scarves and golf Umbrellas. The scarves are $20 and the umberllas are $25. Contact Coach Clark for more information.
All athletes must be cleared through student accounts and the athletic directors office before they participate in a sport. This includes purchasing an ASB card, proof of insurance, an updated physical (they are good for 2 years) and all school and district forms signed. You may pick up athletic packets at student accounts office or visit the Student Accounts page and print them directly. *Please note: The student accounts office will be closed on Friday August 23. This is the Friday before Fall sports begin so please plan accordingly.
Boys Golf: Harrison Bragg was named to the SPSL 1st Team
Cross Country:The boys team qualified for the State Championships with a third place in the Westside Classic. This follows their second consecutive League title that they won the previous week.. Stephen Nelson was voted SPSL Male Athlete of the Year after completing an undefeated season in league competition. Stephen Nelson, Jarek Rasmussen, and Greg Edgecomb were named to the SPSL 1st team and Matt Siebert was named to the second team. Joe Clark was voted Boys Coach of the Year.
Girls Swim & Dive: The girls had several athletes compete in the State Championships
Boys Tennis: Jordan Richardson was named "Boys Player of the Year" for the second consecutive year. He is the first Lakes Tennis player to qualify for state all four years. Jordan Richardson, Joey Yanello, and Jamar Williams were named to the SPSL All League 1st team. The team also earned theWIAA Distinguished Scholastic Award for having a cumulative GPA of 3.14.
Girls Tennis:Megan Waterhouse was 1st team All League and Emily Steinig was honorable Mention All League. Shirley Chan and Cecily Benjamin made the All League All Academic Awards
Boys Water Polo:Lakes competed in the State Tournament.
Girls Water Polo: The girls Water Polo team had an outstanding run, finishing up with a 7th place finish at their state tournament.
Track & Field: Kathleen Ballweber (300 hurdles) , Kevin Thompson (100 meters) & the girls 800 Relay (Sade Daniel, Emily Eberlein, Xiana McCorkle, Kathleen Ballweber) won district titles. kathleen will also be competing in the 1600 relay and long jump at state and Kevin will be in the 400 relay. Other Lakes state participants include: Sade Daniel (800 & 1600 relay), Alexis Wilson (1600 relay), Xiana McCorkle (800 & 1600 relay), Ashli Miles (Triple Jump), Xzavier Weston (100 meters & 400 relay), Luis Roque (400 relay), DeLon Russell (400 relay) and Stephen Nelson (3200 meters). *Update. Kathleen Ballweber placed 3rd in the 300 hurdles, kevin Thompson placed 4th in the 100 meters, and the boys 400 relay took 4th.
Fastpitch: 1st team All League- Krystalani Yockman (Outfielder) 2nd team All League- Lizzy Badger , Meileyani Moi ( Infielder) All League Honorable Mention- Noel Drapper (outfielder), Quenessa Long(catcher).
Baseball: 2nd Team All League-Harrison Bragg (shortstop), Beau Korsmo (utility player). Honorable mention All League-Rhys Gervais (outfielder), Jordan Huber (pitcher).
Harrison Bragg finished a fine season in golf, culminating with his qualification for the WIAA State Tournament in the Spring.
The Lakes Lancers qualified for their fourth consecutive trip to the state cross country championships.This is the first cross country team in school histrory to qualify for state four years in a row. You can view some video of the finishes on a very windy and blustery day here.
The Lancer boys cross country team won their third consecutive SPSL Leage title on Saturday. Stepehen Nelson & Jarek Rasmussen were named to the SPSL first team. Lily Broughan was named to the SPSL second team on the girls side. Coach Clark was voted Boys Coach of the Year.
We believe the primary purpose of an interscholastic athletic program is to educate youth and assist in the development of their character. We feel that athletics play a major role in the total educational process. It is our belief that we are responsible for fostering the ideals of good sportsmanship, self-worth, pride in individual and team accomplishments, personal integrity in human relationships and respect for others and one’s self.
The Lakes philosophy will be supported by an athletic program that embodies the following guiding principles:
- Allows student/athletes to develop their individual potential by applying their best effort.
- Encourages participation in athletics for the inherent fun, sense of exuberance, and sheer enthusiasm that accompanies physical activity and competition.
- Emphasizes fellowship, camaraderie, and the sense of cooperation that results from an effort to achieve team and individual goals.
- Encourages student/athletes to discipline themselves to set goals and strive to achieve them.
- Provides a positive experience for every participant.
- Incorporates fairness, equality of opportunity and consistent treatment for all student/athletes.
- Encourage student/athlete involvement in community and school activities other than athletics.
- Compliance of all interscholastic events and activities with the rules and regulations of the Washington State Interscholastic Association (W.I.A.A.) and the Clover Park School District (CPSD), according to their respective Board policies, rules, and procedures.
Here are links for video of various Lakes athletics.These include current video, past video, and alumni.
SPSL and West Central District Cross Country finishes.
Boys Basketball: These videos were created by Tom Gray, former Lancer Parent and frequent videographer at Lakes events.
Girls Basketball: These videos were created by Tom Gray, former Lancer Parent and frequent videographer at Lakes events.
Cross Country/Track & Field: These videos were created by Tom Gray, former Lancer Parent and frequent videographer at Lakes events.
Joe Gray: Former Lakes runner, now running professionally. Joe has been named US Trail Runner of the Year several times and has run on numerous national teams. These videos were created by Tom Gray, former Lancer Parent and frequent videographer at Lakes events.
Fall sports have begun.
If you are interested in purchasing Lancer Gear, click here
All athletic forms on on line. You can find them here Athletes must be cleared through through Student Accounts and the Athletics Office before they practice during the season.
Many of our teams have summer practices. You can visit our Summer page for more information.
Click here for a video of Lakes athletics. Pictures were taken by the yearbook staff.