He helped the Xavier football team reach the semifinals of the Class 3A playoffs in November, took three days off and promptly joined the wrestling team.
He placed third at the Class 3A state wrestling tournament at 145 pounds in Feburary, took another three days off and began working with the boys track team.
Now he's gunning for a state title in the 800-meter run at the Class 3A state meet in May, but after that he's decided to settle down and focus on just one sport in college.
It will be wrestling. And it will be for the Kohawks at Coe.
"I committed to Coe College on Saturday, so I'm really excited about that," he said Tuesday after running in the 19th Annual Xavier Invitational track meet. "I've never gotten to focus on one sport, so I want to see what I can do."
He's not ready to turn the page on his running career just yet, however. He placed fifth in the 800 at state last year in 1:58.07 and feels he's on track for a good performance at state next month.