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Personal History

I'm currently in 10th grade in Shelton,WA. I live on a 10 acre farm with my Mom, Dad, 2 dog, 2 horses and cat. Most of property is motocross track/horse pasture. My dad and I ride as much as we can. Everyday I train and condition for future races, after school of coarse. I take the bus to the gym and work out with some great people. My trainer Wil is always willing to show me new techniques to build my muscles and increase my stamina for long moto's. I take my riding seriously. My father has been a great teacher, mechanic and has taught me to do most of my own maintenance on my bike and gear. Safety first. My mother comes to a lot of the races and get's together with other motomom's. My family is very supportive and we all look forward to the next adventure in the motorhome heading to track. I have grown up starting my motocross dream on a PW50, Honda 50, KTM 50, KX65, KX85, YZ 105, YZ 125 and now KX250f.

Riding Goals

2015 has started out great, all my hard work is paying off. I have been dubbed the "HoleShot King" by couple of the announcers at the races. My 2011 KX250f is awesome. I have been competing in two different divisions. 250Jr and Open Jr. I'm only 16 but I have to compete with some older riders. My goals at each race is to stay focused give 110% and have fun. I have been enjoying some Poker Run rides and some hare scrambles in between the series races. I think that these other competitions gives me through conditioning for all the different tracks. My last scramble I won 1st place. I lapped the 2nd place rider by three laps. I'm able to ride through trails, sand, puddles, over logs, tires, and my favorite long straight aways, where I can open my bike up and go.

Competitive Highlights


At my very first race I was 5yrs old. I got a 2nd place finish at Washougal. It was a WORCS race and a very difficult track and lots of other young riders. The best memory of that day was I got to meet my hero Lance Smail. He was their racing in the Pro class and also got 2nd place. It was very cool, because all the Pro's handed the trophies for the same placing's they got. He was so nice and posed for pictures with our awards and thumbs up. What was also very neat, Lance Smail showed up a race a month ago and parked by our camper. We had a copy of the picture of that race when I was 5. He was very impressed how my racing career has been and even posed for another thumbs up picture, but this time I was the same height as him.