I started racing dirt bikes when I was seven years old. I raced competitively until I turned eleven. After I turned eleven years old I quit racing, and started participating in school sports. I played football and soccer for five years. Almost a half of a year after I turned sixteen I quit football and soccer. A month later I earned a GED diploma. I now have an open schedule fit for a motocross lifestyle.
My ultimate goal coming into the 2022 season is to compete & win multiple amatuer motocross & arenacross races.
I have over one hundred trophies, plaques, and medals from individual motocross races. I raced competitively in two separate series over the course of three years. In 2007 raced in the King of the Hill Series, racing in the Peewee 7-8 class. I finished the season second place in the championship points. In 2008 I competed in the Arkansas State Championship Series. I rode in the Peewee 7-8 class, the Peewee Open class, and the 65cc beginner class. At the end if the season I placed first in the championship points in all three classes. Also in 2008 I made it as far as the regional qualifier at Freestone County Raceway in a attempt to qualify for Loretta Lynn's. In 2009 I returned to the King of the Hill Series, competing in the 65cc 9-10 class. I ended the season first place in the championship points.