I was born in Newfoundland, Canada where I lived up until my sophomore year. I started in a skating program at age 4 for a full year with full hockey gear. I loved to skate and I was one of the best skaters when I started playing hockey. My first couple years of Novice hockey, I would play different positions but I really excelled when I played in net when it was my turn and I was found it really fun to stop pucks. I became a goalie full time when I was 8 in Atom and did the goalie training summer camps and weekly goalie sessions offered by our hockey association. I really excelled in Peewee where I’ve played on as many teams as I could including female, boys development team then improved to boys All-Star, weekly goalie sessions with the top goalie coach in the province and travel team. I started playing baseball in the summers where I quickly found my hand eye coordination from being a goalie helped my batting skills as I had over 0.500 hitting average. For Bantam age, I played female AAA which included a travel team each year. I also continued playing boys All-Star and made the school boys freshman team. I continued to refine my goalie skills with my goalie session weekly and summer camps. I also started off ice training with weight and cardio training with a personal trainer to improve my physical conditioning. Even though my schedule was very busy for 5 years with all the teams I was playing on, I kept my very high grades in school with an averages in the range of 95-97% always with honors. As my goalie skills kept growing , I realized there weren’t many options past Bantam for playing hockey at the highest level in I was capable of in Newfoundland. So, in the beginning of the 2021 season, I moved to Hoosick, New-York to play on a prep team. I just started playing Lacrosse at Hoosac which I find challenging learning a new sport but I'm up for the challenge. The next couple of years I spend at Hoosac School, will contain a lot of hard work academically to maintain my 4.0 average and physically with my sports training which is something I can carry on and look forward to playing college hockey.