Senior catcher showed his versatility and leadership skills again for the Sea Kings. Lawson started at catcher after playing in the infield and outfield the previous seasons and he continued to produce. Lawson, the Dream Team Player of the Year in football, caught the area's top baseball player, Andrew McCormack. Lawson, who is bound for Yale, hit an area-best four home runs and batted .253 with 20 runs batted in, six doubles, one triple, and went eight for eight in stolen-base attempts. He earned first-team All-Pacific Coast League accolades. Lawson is a two-time Dream Team pick.
Senior shortstop batted from both sides of the plate for the first time and he excelled for the Sailors. Desguin hit .413 in Sunset League play, the second highest batting average in league, said Coach Patrick Murphy. During a nine-game stretch, he batted .630. Desguin finished with a .364 average, tying him for first on the Sailors, to go with seven runs batted in, five doubles and one triple. Desguin, who is bound for Florida State, earned first-team All-Sunset League honors and played in the Ryan Lemmon Senior Showcase game between the Sunset League and Trinity League.