He was a finalist for All-County Basketball Player of the Year, ranked seventh in the Marin County Athletic League in scoring with 13.6 points in league games, received All-MCAL Honorable Mention, and was the senior was the league’s top 3-point shooter with both 3.9 per game and 35 total. In baseball, a sport he plans to pursue at Gonzaga University next year, he was a finalist for All-County Baseball Player of the Year and made the All-MCAL Second Team. He hit .302 with 23 hits and eight stolen bases, and was errorless at first base. He overcame a shoulder injury to hit over .380 in the final 19 games.
American Canyon senior
A key starter on the football team, he had a team-high 31 catches for 260 yards and two touchdowns, five carries for 69 yards and TD, and numerous pancake blocks. On defense, he had 36 tackles with 27 solos, two sacks, and a team-high four interceptions. In basketball, where he was the 2016 All-County Player of the Yea, her came back and led the Wolves with 14 points, eight rebounds, four assists and two steals per game. He made the All-Solano County Athletic Conference First Team for the third straight year. He rarely came out of games and led the Wolves to their first-ever playoff appearance.
He had one of the best wrestling seasons in the county, going 2-2 at the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Meet, after winning the 145-pound title and the Larry Nelson Wrestler of the Year honors at the Monticello Empire League Championships and placing second at the Division I-A section meet. He was also fourth at the Tim Brown Memorial Tournament and seventh at the Sierra Nevada Classic. In football, he finished second in rushing for the MEL champions with 497 yards and seven touchdowns, earning All-County honors as a finalist for Offensive Player of the Year, and had 11 tackles on defense.
St. Helena senior
He was the leading rusher and kicker on the playoff football team, with 1,183 yards and 13 touchdowns in nine games, missing one with an ankle injury. He also had 10 catches for 128 yards, made 16 of 19 PATs and two field goals, and led the Saints with 104 points. He helped the basketball make the playoffs with his 3-point shooting and defense. He led the baseball team with a .311 batting average, 19 hits, 13 runs and five extra-base hits, was second in stolen bases, and never struck out in 67 plate appearances. As the ace, he had an ERA of 1.44 in 77 2/3 innings, a WHIP of 1.21, 63 strikeouts and 27 walks.
The quarterback of the Monticello Empire League-champion football team made the Prep2Prep.com All-Sac-Joaquin Section Third Team offense and was the All-County Offensive Player of the Year, the MEL Player of the Year, the Indians’ Most Valuable Player, and a team captain. He led the Indians in rushing with 578 yards and 14 touchdowns, and was 94 of 161 passing for 1,348 yards and 16 touchdowns, with a 105 quarterback rating. In baseball, he hit .313 with 26 hits, 20 runs, 13 RBIs, six doubles and a triple, was a force in the outfield, and helped Napa get its first postseason win in six years.