Adam Wadley - JV Head Coach/Varsity Assistant (5th Year)

This will be Coach Adam's 5th year coaching at Lakewood. Adam is a Wilson High graduate where he played 3 years on the varsity team and was named 1st Team All Moore League and the Steve Lewis Award winner his Junior and Senior year. He was also named 2nd Team Press-Telegram Dream Team that same year. While at Wilson he played for Coach Cookie all four years he was at Wilson.

After Wilson, Adam went on to play at Long Beach City College where he helped the Vikings to two consecutive Quarterfinal appearances. Adam has now transferred to Doninguez Hills and was an assistant coach at Long Beach City College where he helped lead the Vikings to the 2016 State Championship and Goldenwest Volleyball Club. Adam's 2016 JV teams was the league champions.

During his club years, Adam played for Highline Volleyball club. His teams finished 2nd in the 16s club division, 9th in the 17s club division, and finished 5th in the 18s club division where Coach Devon was his assistant coach. Adam also helped Coach Devon and Coach Sean with the boys team that won league 2015. This year Adam is coaching the boys again as the FS coach.

2017 Lower Level Coaches

Cookie Feomaia - Frosh/Soph Head Coach (4th Year)
Coach Cookie Feomaia enters her fourth season with the Lancers after leading the Frosh/Soph squad last season to a second place finish. Cookie is also the JV boy’s volleyball coach who led the team to another league championship in 2015. Coach Cookie is our most experienced Moore League coach who has been at four different schools with success at each stop. The 2016 team was another league champion added to Coach Cookie's lengthy resume.

Coach Cookie was the FS Boys Coach at Long Beach Millikan in 2005, most recently at Long Beach Jordan with the JV and FS girl’s teams and assisting her sister on the Varsity. Coach Cookie’s longest tenure was at Long Beach Wilson where she was a mainstay on the lower level squads and assisting longtime coach Susan Pescar to immeasurable success. During her time with the Bruins, Coach Cookie, garnered six different league championships on the boy’s and girl’s program and assisting with the Varsity for another five league championships with both programs.

A 1987 graduate of Long Beach Jordan who was the starting setter since her freshman year, Coach Cookie, has two children who were also one of the Moore League’s best at their respective schools. Her daughter Marilee Frost attended Millikan High School as an outside hitter and her son Louie Frost attended Wilson High School as a setter.  

Coach Cookie enjoys spending time with her family, cracking jokes and hanging out with friends.