Belgrade short stop Trevor Mahn played football and basketball, but his favorite sport is baseball.
"The joy of the game. I love coming here every day wanting to get better. The team wants to get better and when you have guys around you that give you a reason to get better every day they want to win just as much as you do I think that helps me become a better player," said Mahn.
Mahn has put up some big numbers in his Bandit career, but those are a by product of his team first attitude.
"He is a rare breed now adays that is interested in winning. He's a very team oriented young man and that's a blessing for us because team goals are more important than individual goals in his eyes," said head coach Johnny Graham.
"When you go team first I think your individual goals come next. When you accomplish things as a team it helps with the camaraderie," said Mahn.
Mahn's hair is longer than most. He picked up the style form the boys north of the border.
"Playing other teams primarily from Canada. You see them on the bases and you go talk to them and you're like man you got some sick flow and that's what I'm trying to accomplish here," said Mahn.
Mahn will play baseball next year at Spokane Falls Community College. Coach Graham knows he can be great .
"I don't think he's comfortable where he's at right now. There's a ceiling but he's not interested where it's at he wants to keep pushing that thing up," said Graham.