The longest completion on the day for the 6-3, 195-pound Lobbestael was actually a short slant to Eric Greenwood of Edmonds-Woodway who went for 90 yards with the first of two scores for the West in a 57-second span.
Lobbestael's performance was especially impressive considering he split time at quarterback with Arlington's Trevor Milless, and only played about 60 percent of the game.
Lobbestael said he will arrive in Pullman August 2, moving into Streit-Perham.
LINEMAN KEVIN FREITAG, a two-way star from Kennedy High in Burien, opened the day on defense for the West team but ended it on the sidelines.
The 6-3, 290-pounder went down with a left knee injury on just the fifth play of the game. Freitag, slotted for the offensive line at WSU, was helped off the field by trainers, and spent the rest of the game on the sidelines, sporting crutches for the entire second half.
Although visibly disappointed, Freitag said after the game that the injury did not appear to be serious. "Just a sprain," he said.
Despite his brief time on the field, Freitag dominated the two East offensive linemen he faced and put significant pressure on the East quarterback.
Joining Freitag in the trenches this fall, although on the other side of the ball, will be Moses Lake's B.J. Guerra, a defensive tackle who, at 6-3, 298-pounds is also a dominating force.
Guerra certainly made his presence known Saturday, often occupying the attention of two West team linemen and posting several tackles on the day.
Both steak-eaters said they are excited to be heading to Pullman, with Guerra calling Saturday's game a nice ending to his high school career, but only the start to what he wants to accomplish on the field. "It feels like the beginning for me," he said. "I had a good high school career, so I look forward to the next level, to going to WSU."
Both players said they will be heading to Pullman soon, with Freitag planning a July 8 arrival and Guerra August 1.
An ample crowd of over a thousand spectators attended the game, which was held at Everett Memorial Stadium.
B.J. GUERRA (left), and KEVIN FREITAG