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The Timeline of my Football Career

  • The Beginning

    The Beginning
    I started playing football for the St. Vital Mustangs. No.31 Tailback
  • New Position

    Started playing Quarterback for the St. Vital Mustangs.
  • The Move

    The Move
    My family moved houses and I had to switch to the Cresentwood Grizzlies. No. 19 Quarterback
  • Early Success

    Early Success
    Defeated the North Winnipeg Nomads in the championship game.
  • New Beginnings

    New Beginnings
    Started Playing for St. Paul's Crusader JV Team. No. 7 Quarterback
  • The Underdogs

    The Underdogs
    Won the Winnipeg Free Press Bowl beating the Garden City Gophers 32-0.
  • A New Playing Field

    A New Playing Field
    Travelled to Florida for the 7v7 National Championship with Recruit Ready. Played many D1 players and one team coached by NFL MVP Cam Newton. No.6 Wide Receiver
  • "It's no good"

    Lost the Anavets Bowl (Div1) with a missed field goal in the dying second to the Brady Oliveira led Oak Park Raiders
  • Representing Manitoba

    Representing Manitoba
    Playing in the Canada Cup for team Manitoba. No.84 Quarterback
  • The Injury

    The Injury
    In my senior year I broke my collarbone in week 2 against the Sisler Spartans. Was told my season was over.
  • A little too Late

    A little too Late
    I recovered from my collarbone injury in time to play in the Division 1 Provincial final only to lose to the Vincent Massey Trojans
  • New Beginnings Volume 2

    New Beginnings Volume 2
    Graduated High School and started playing for the Winnipeg Rifles. No.22 Slotback
  • Ending on a High Note

    Ending on a High Note
    I played my final high school game in the senior bowl where I took home Offensive MVP.
  • Trading my Helmet for a Clipboard

    After a series of injuries I decided to stop playing football. Not long after I became the QB's coach for the St. Paul's Crusaders JV team.