Garrett Lawson has only been at Bremerton for two years, but has made a big impact on the school’s tennis program. As the team’s No. 1 singles player, Lawson helped the Knights to a 10-3 record, which gave them a third place finish.
Lawson then went on to win his second consecutive Olympic League singles championship, beating Nico Zingaro of Sequim in the finals. He persevered after a slow start to win the match, 6-3, 6-3. He followed up that performance with a fifth place finish in the 2A West Central District III tournament. Lawson qualified to participate in the 2A state tournament in Seattle in the spring.