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He's qualified because: Central Sequoia League Most Valuable Player.
Exits as one of the most prolific leadoff hitters in section history, scoring 101 runs and stealing 96 bases in a three-year varsity career.
This season, he hit .396 with 10 doubles, three triples, 38 runs and 35 steals in 41 attempts for an 18-11 team that placed second in Division IV as a seventh seed.
"We've been to two Valley championship games in three years, and he's been the reason we've gotten there," Bears coach John Hollett said. "Everybody had to plan for him."