Got 2nd at state in Oregon at 3A as a Freshman at 103lbs. Gotten injured as a Sophomore so wasn't able to make it to state at 106lbs. 3rd as a Junior at state in Oregon at 3A at 113lbs. 1st as a Senior in Oregon at 3A at 113lbs.
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Enlisted in the Idaho Army National Guard as a 15-Romeo or Ah-64 Boeing Apache Mechanic.
I enlisted in the Idaho Army National Guard as a Junior. Because of me joining while I was still in High School, I attended Basic Combat Training the summer of my junior year. Going to Basic while I was still in high school gave me quite a bit of leadership experience that I was able to bring back to last year of high school wrestling. With all the leadership qualities that I gained from Basic, I was appointed team captain.
As an athlete, I stay away from any bad habits like drinking or smoking or being in risky situations in general. As a wrestler, I have learned how to balance my weight and lose weight in a safe manner. Exercise is always a priority to me whether on or off the season. Something that I take pride is being physically and mentally fit. I do try to maintain a balance between athletics and academics, because being academically eligible to wrestle is just as important as how hard you train at practice.
In my community, we have a recreation department that has soccer, which is a sport that I was involved in as a child. For the last three years, I have tried to be involved by helping coach some of the younger teams. It gives me a sense of giving back to something that I was a part of growing up.
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