Lincoln City Homepage is excited to announce Taft High graduate and former multi-sports star Seth Steere as its new chief columnist touching on local and national youth, college and professional sports.
“Not only has Seth been a great athlete himself, but he’s shown an ability to express and share his insight on sports through his knowledge of athletics on all levels,” Homepage Publisher/Editor Justin Werner said. “He’s an accomplished writer and opinionated sports enthusiast who will greatly enhance our sports coverage.”
A 2014 Taft grad, the 22-year-old Steere resides in Gresham and is the son of local day care provider Kristina Good. An all-state and all-league baseball and football player and wrestler, Steere is the brother of current Taft athlete Francisco “Foo” Ramos.
“I enjoy sports because it’s been something that has been a part of my life ever since I can remember,” Steere said. “I just love the competitiveness and how they push you to be better. And from a fan’s standpoint, they are just extremely entertaining.”
Steere, who grew up going to Portland Trail Blazers’ games, will begin entertaining you this week with his debut column, “Steere’d Straight,” on the NBA and what to look for this season with LeBron James’ recent blockbuster signing with the L.A. Lakers.