Kimi Pohlman, who attends The Bear Creek School in Redmond but plays softball for Eastlake High because Bear Creek doesn’t field a softball team, went 2-for-3 with two stolen bases and a run scored in the Wolves’ 2-0 win against Redmond on Tuesday.
As of April 15, the last time the 4A Kingco leaders were updated on the league Web site, Pohlman was second in the league in hitting (.588), fifth in slugging (.824), eighth in on-base (.611) and led the league with a perfect 6-for-6 stealing bases.
The highly recruited Pohlman, who plays center field for Eastlake after running track at Bear Creek the past two years, will be playing at the University of Washington next year.
“It’s awesome,” Pohlman said of high school softball. “It’s really great all of us being back together. We played little league together. Playing together for our last season, it’s a lot of fun.”