Lohman to play football at College of the Siskiyous
All-state first-team senior quarterback helped Indians to first state championship game in 13 years
Indians senior quarterback Robert Lohman announced his intent to study at and play football for the College of the Siskiyous (Weed, Calif.) on Friday, May 13, at Scappoose High School.
Lohman, who helped the Indians to 10-2 overall and 5-0 Cowapa League records and their first state championship appearance in 13 years in 2015, plans to study business at the two-year college.
He made the all-state first team after throwing for 2,759 yards, 34 touchdowns and five interceptions and carrying 110 times for 458 yards and 11 scores.
He will join senior wide receiver Brennen McNabb in the 64th Oregon East-West Shrine Football Game on August 6 in Baker City.
"Robert has the tools to be a great player at our level," Eagles coach Charlie Roche said. "He is accurate and athletic. We are excited about his future."
College of the Siskiyous went 5-5 overall and 2-3 in the California Community College Athletic Association's Golden Valley Conference last season.