Washington’s Elite Performers for October 20th, 2013: By Ryland Spencer

October 20, 2013

**This list is a way to showcase the weeks top performances. I am sure I missed a few and would like to know the ones I did. You can either comment on here or send me an email at Ringerland@gmail.com     Casey Selfridge, Head Coach Lakeside – With a 45-28 win over Cleveland, Lakeside (6-1) secured a third straight winning season for the first time in 23 years. Coach Selfridge…

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Lakeside School’s Cole Stephens – CEO of the Football Field: By Scott Enyeart

May 3, 2013

Click here for Cole Stephens Highlight Video          He doesn’t look like your typical football player.      He looks more like a guy who will be signing your paycheck someday as the CEO of a major corporation.      But, in reality, looks can be deceiving, because while Seattle (Wash.) Lakeside School RB/WR/DB Cole Stephens may not “look the part” to some people, the minute he steps on a…

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The sky is the limit for Lakeside TE/DE Erik Rottsolk: By Ryland Spencer

April 2, 2013

Erik Rottsolk Highlights        One of the top sophomore TE/DEs in Washington is Erik Rottsolk (6-6 230) of Lakeside School in Seattle.      Potential is the name of the game for Rottsolk who has only played nine games of football in his entire life. Growing up playing basketball, Rottsolk has great body control for a player of his size.       Last season Rottsolk didn’t put up…

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In the classroom or on the field, Lakeside WR Mike Padden comes up big: By Ryland Spencer

December 23, 2012

Mike Padden Highlight Video Erik Rottsolk Highlight Video   In October I did an article about the Lakeside School football team and their love for the game, Link Here. While doing followup for that article, WR/DB Mike Padden (Jr, 6-3 190) showed everything I was expecting to see. He was taller than almost everyone on the field and had the raw physical tools that you like in a young WR….

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The Lakeside Lions Play For The Love Of The Game: By Ryland Spencer

October 8, 2012

       I don’t know how many teams were eliminated from a state championship after the first week of the season, but that is exactly the case for the Lakeside Lions and second year head coach Casey Selfridge.      When Lakeside School left the Metro League an agreement was made that requires them to go undefeated to gain one of the leagues playoff spots. While their week one 48-16 loss…

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