|Club||Anthony Towers||Bartlesville Bruins||Bartlesville||OK|
|High School||Kyle Minton|
|Stance||Throwing arm||Vertical jump||Bench Press (max)|
Holds record for second highest batting average at .448 in Bartlesville Indians Summer Legion ball team history.
Catcher pop time: 1.93 sec
Also play outfield and 3rd base and a relief pitcher. Fastball around 85 mph. Pitched relief a game this summer for 3 shutout innings.
I have two siblings. An older brother who currently plays college baseball, and a younger sister, who plays high school varsity basketball. I am very outgoing, and enjoy spending time with friends, the outdoors, and also the gym.
Leaders are defined as those who guide or direct a group in order to complete a task. A leader must demonstrate qualities such as integrity, humility and fairness. They must provide guidance and support and stand in judgment by others for the decisions they make. But most importantly, a leader must have goals to support a common vision or overcome a challenge. Throughout my life, I believe I have learned and exhibited many of the attributes of a good leader.
Becoming the captain of my varsity baseball team demonstrates the trust and belief that my teammates place in me to help lead them to victory. As a varsity catcher on defense, I must constantly evaluate the changing conditions of the game and in response provide guidance and direction to the team by issuing commands. These commands will trigger my teammates to perform certain tasks that may ultimately affect the outcome of the game. I am in control of what type of pitch will be thrown and where the pitch will be thrown. My decisions control the position of both the infield and the outfield. My teammates trust my judgment and are loyal and respectful to me even if the outcomes of my decisions are not always positive. On offense, the catcher of a baseball team is generally the one who is a powerful batter. My team relies on me to produce powerful, run-scoring hits. Even in stressful situations, my teammates trust me and look to me for support and encouragement. My team never lacks in providing me with trust. Leading a baseball team may not be the easiest job, but nothing is more rewarding than achieving victory, and knowing that you were leading the charge to that victory.
As a healthly student-athlete, I lift weights approximately 3 times per week, and I make sure to eat a heathly diet, including lots of protein. In fact, I supplement my balanced diet with protein shakes on a regular basis. I am a very driven, self motivated individual and believe that a healthly lifestyle and time spent in the gym will enhance my baseball performance on the field.
K-life Christian Youth organization - volunteer service at soup kitchen at Agape Mission
St John's Youth group - volunteer in various service opportunities
Habitat for Hope - help to build houses for people in unfortunate circumstances through my father's company
Salvation Army - help with food drives, Walmart Toys for Kids program through Honor Society
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