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He's qualified because: If there were a Fowler Hall of Fame, he'd be headed that way.
Lead the Redcats to the 2010 D-V title in his first year of football and being part of four league championships and two section titles in baseball.
He was the West Sequoia League's Player of the Year in football and baseball as a senior.
This spring, he hit .452 with 46 RBIs and was 11-1 with a 0.83 ERA on the bump.
He had 107 hits and 86 RBIs in a four-year career that saw the program go 92-32, including a 31-1 league record.