Federal Way Mirror Male Athlete of the Week for May 10: Garrett Lutz

Federal Way Mirror Male Athlete of the Week for May 10: Garrett Lutz

TJHS senior leads Raiders baseball team to upset victory over Enumclaw.

Thomas Jefferson High School’s Garrett Lutz, baseball, was selected as the Federal Way Mirror Male Athlete of the Week for May 10.

Q: What is your favorite subject/class in school?

A: Math, specifically calculus.

Q: What other activities/hobbies do you enjoy?

A: I love to fish!

Q: Person who has helped you succeed the most?

A: Coach Joe Strong.

Q: Do you have a pre­game/competition ritual or post­game tradition, and what is it?

A: I don’t. I prefer to wake up focused on the game at hand.

Q: Song you currently can’t get enough of?

A: Nothing particularly, just the songs my friends have made on their playlists.

From the sideline: Thomas Jefferson senior Garrett Lutz led the TJHS baseball team to an upset victory 4-3 over second place Auburn Mountainview on April 18. Garrett was the winning pitcher with one earned run and four strikeouts. He was also one for two with a run scored. In the next game win over Enumclaw 3-2, Garrett has the same winning RBI. Garrett is a team captain and a true leader.


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