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(2008) Selected for a Washington state select baseball team that went to play in Japan for two weeks. 

(2008) Second team All-pacific conference selection with Forest Grove HS

(2009) First team All-Capital conference selection North Marion HS

(2009) Second team All-state selection North Marion HS

(2010) First team All-capital conference selection North Marion HS

(2010) First team All-state selection North Marion HS

(2010) Capital conference player of the year North Marion HS

(2010) Canby Herald and the Woodburn Independent honored me as the male regional athlete of the year.

Graduated from North Marion High School in 2010. In two years of playing for Hall of Famer Randy Brack, I went 20-4 with 343 strikeouts. As a junior, he stuck out 167 hitters and had a 0.91 ERA. As a senior, he fanned 176 batters and had a 0.81 ERA. On March 31, 2010, he had a career-high with 21 strikeouts while pitching an 11-inning 1-0 win.  

Signed a scholarship in 2010 to play for Lower Columbia College in Longview Washington, after medical Red-shirting his first year due to elbow problems. He took a year off before signing a scholarship to play for Mt Hood Community College, under Bryan Donohue, where he was a starter/closer and team captain for two years (2012-2013) and (2013-2014). Was committed to playing for Central Washington University (D II), but while playing in Ohio in the Prospect League he tore his ulnar collateral ligament causing him to need Tommy John surgery.

In 2014 he started working for Northwest Diamond Sports and has been with them ever since. Enjoys working with young kids to make them the best baseball player and young men they can become. With a little hard work, anything is achievable! 

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