|Club||Todd Perez||Kings Co Bombs Baseball Club||Hanford||CA|
|High School||Dave Furtado|
|Primary Position||Second Base|
|Secondary Positions||3B, SS, SP|
|Stance||Throwing arm||Vertical jump||Bench Press (max)|
All League Honors- 2nd team for the East Sequoia League (2nd Baseman)
HBP=2 times. Struck out=35 batters. Sac Fly=1.
2017 Graduate,Starting RHP, 2B, DH at Sierra Pacific High School Golden Bears Varsity team, Hanford Ca. A starter for the 3 years running East Sequoia League Varsity Champions. 2nd Team All League 2B for the ESL. Honors from the math dept for outstanding academic achievement, earned recognition from Congressman David Valadao for outstanding academic achievement, earned my academic letter from Sierra Pacific High School, and earned my Varsity letter in Baseball. I plan on studying Physical Education in college with a minor in coaching. I have drive, am selfless on the field and play with passion.
Baseball is my passion and I feel that sports have been positive in my performance in my Academics and have taught me the personal strength to compete on and off of the field. I am a team player, with the will and drive to help my team win.
Competing in travel Baseball with the Kings County Bombs Baseball Club has taught me to be a leader in my community with service. We have volunteered for the "Feed America Program" drought relief for the Fresno Food Bank, Collected 350 teddy bears for Valley Children's Hospital, Planned and volunteered for the Kings SPCA with the "Fill The Flatbed Day" in front of Petsmart raising 600lbs of dog food in 5 hrs for the shelter. - I am a leader on the field by thinking of the team first. I compete with the mindset of helping my team win. I focus on the positives during games and continue to work on my skills to help better my team.
I pursue healthy athletic performance by running, weight lifting, and working out with a hitting and pitching coach in my off season. Eating healthy is a big part staying healthy.-
-Community Service has been a part of my baseball experience with my travel baseball team and that has shown me how much there is always a need for helping hands. I personally like to be involved with the Relay For Life as I planned "Team Strike Out Cancer" at the Hanford, CA 2014,2015 relay since my mother was diagnosed with cancer my freshman year in high school.