When I was little I liked to spend the weekends at my grandparent’s lake house. I had fun and learned how to water ski, wakeboard, and kneeboard and had fun while doing so. I started wake surfing by going out on my uncle’s boat when I was 5 years old. After a couple of tries I got up and rode for a pretty good distance. It was fun so I convinced my parents to get a boat. I started to surf more and I got pretty good at it. So I entered my first competition at the age of 7 in Austin, Texas called Barrel Boss. I got the youngest ripper award. So that’s how it all started. The last few years, I continued to compete and kept ending up on the podium in the junior division. I then started to travel a lot competing and landed a board sponsor, Inland Surfer. It has been very shocking and exciting. In 2012 I started competing in the Outlaw surf division and amateur skim divisions. They were very competitive divisions, but I had a great season. 2013 started off great, I got a new Centurion Enzo and I love it! Looking forward to the upcoming season, but it is going to be a tough one!
When on land I enjoy football, hunting, fishing, and riding four wheelers. I’m a 6th grader and honor role student at Oakwood Intermediate in College Station, Texas.
To make good grades, to be a doctor one day, and to maybe be a pro surfer one day!
I have tried out several different boats over the past few years while competing and I love the Enzo wave the best
Centurion Boats, Inland Surfer, Wake Shredder, Big Creek Marina
Worlds Wake Surfing Championship – Parker, Arizona - 3rd – Men Outlaw Surf
Gibbons Creek and Lake Somerville
Lake Sammamish in Seattle
Whatever you set your mind to you can do it! And God is good all the time!
Inland Surfer Flyboy, Inland Surfer Ooze
Thanks to all my sponsors- Centurion Boats, Inland Surfer, Wake Shredder, Towanza, and Big Creek Marina. Also thanks to all my family for teaching me to surf and helping me to attend all the competitions.