Cheney's Lowe to play baseball at Lewis-Clark State
Cameron Lowe, a 6-foot-2 185-pound right-handed pitcher at Cheney High School, has signed a letter-of-intent to play for the Lewis-Clark State College baseball team next season, Warrior coach Gary Picone has announced.
Lowe, a switch-hitter who also plays shortstop and in the infield, has posted a 14-3 record over the past two seasons with the Blackhawks. He earned first-team all-Great Northern League honors as a sophomore and was a second-team selection as a junior.
Lowe has helped Cheney to the league and district titles the past two seasons and also helped his American Legion baseball team win a district title. He played with the Cheney American Legion baseball program for two years and then was with the Spokane Heat Select Baseball team this past summer. He also played with the Baseball Northwest Scout Team (Washington East) during this fall.
“We’re excited to have Cam join our program,” Picone said. “We believe he has a bright future as a potential two-way player. His performance in the classroom and on the field is exactly the kind of performance we are looking at to recruit at Lewis-Clark State.”
Lowe also played on the Cheney football team as a strong safety. In 2006 helped his Pop Warner team go 11-0 and win the Senior Division state championship. He played receiver, running back, and strong safety on that squad.
Lowe is the son of Michelle and Dave Lowe and he has two sisters, Candace and Chelsea.