Clarkston High's Sobotta signs with Warriors
Clarkston High School senior Trey Sobotta has signed a letter-of-intent to play basketball next season at Lewis-Clark State College, Warrior coach Brandon Rinta has announced.
Sobotta, whose family has a strong basketball connection to LCSC, was the MVP for the Bantams this season and earned first-team all-Great Northern League honors. He also was selected as a Washington Southeast Region All-Star.
Sobotta is the first recruit signed by Rinta since he became head coach less than a month ago.
“Trey is going to be a great addition to our program” Rinta said. “He is a heady point guard that has a great understanding of how to play the game of basketball. What makes this extra special is both of Trey’s parents were outstanding players at LC State and now Trey has the opportunity to make his own mark on the program and college.”
Sobotta’s parents are Pat and Debbie (nee Johnson) who were both standouts at LCSC in the 1980s. His grandfather Robert and uncle Bob also had solid basketball careers at LCSC.
During his senior season at Clarkston High, Trey averaged 15.5 points, 2.8 assists, and 2.6 steals per game. He also holds the Bantams’ single-season record for 3-pointers made with 60.
Trey is the second Clarkston High athlete to sign with the LCSC basketball team. In March, Tommy Sperry, whose parents also were LCSC athletes, signed to play with the Warriors.