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4.0 GPA + .411 Batting Average=Nate Buer
Published: 5/2/2017 12:45:18 PM

Nate Buer is making a name for himself in the 5A Inland Empire.


  Photo credit: Mark Miller
Post Falls junior Nate Buer excels on the baseball diamond, football field and in the classroom. The 4.0 student currently leads the Trojans with a .411 batting average, with 16 runs scored, 10 RBI’s and six doubles. As the catcher in baseball and quarterback in football, Nate handles two of the most important leadership roles in each respective sport. 

“He is always positive, a true team leader, and you won't find a person that works harder to improve,” said Post Falls Assistant Coach Darin Blood, a former third round draft pick of the San Francisco Giants, who made it as high as AAA. “When given the opportunity to have the backup catcher catch bullpens on practice days between games, he will often choose to catch them instead of get a break because he wants to keep learning and getting better. He is a true student of the game who takes pride learning his pitchers, calling a great game, etc.”

We had a chance to ask Nate some questions to learn more about the Post Falls star.

IdahoSports.com: Tell us a little bit about yourself.
Buer: I am a junior at Post Falls High School and sports have been a large part of my life ever since I can remember. I am involved in many school activities like the National Honor Society, Idaho Top Scholar, ASB Secretary, Varsity Quarterback, and Varsity Catcher and student assistant with a 2nd grade elementary class while maintaining a 4.0 GPA.  

IdahoSports.com: What school are you most excited to compete against every year, and why? 
Buer: I am always excited to play Coeur d’Alene High School. Coeur d’Alene is our rival in most sports and the games are usually very intense and fun to play in.  

IdahoSports.com: What is your favorite sport to watch? Participate in? 
Buer: My favorite sport to watch is college football. After playing football on Friday night, I really enjoy watching college football on Saturdays. However, my favorite sport to participate in is baseball. Most of my closest friends play baseball and I have enjoyed it ever since I was little.   

IdahoSports.com: What is your most memorable moment in a game/event?
Buer: My most memorable game moment is from our JV football season. Our team went undefeated and beat Coeur d’Alene in our final game of the season. This is an accomplishment that no other PFHS JV Football team has ever accomplished. 

IdahoSports.com: What is your most embarrassing moment of all time? 
Buer: When I messed up my solo in the homecoming lip sync in front of the whole high school.     Photo credit: Cheryl Nichols Photography

IdahoSports.com:
What was the last song you listened to? 
Buer: Passionfruit by Drake

IdahoSports.com: What is something most people do not know about you? 
Buer: I love to go skiing on the weekends and I finally learned how to do a backflip.  

IdahoSports.com: Any thoughts on where you want to go to college? 
Buer: I am undecided at this point. I am hoping to continue playing baseball and get a great education.  

IdahoSports.com: When you "grow up" what is your idea of the perfect job? 
Buer: I have really enjoyed math over the years, so it probably would be something in Engineering or Math. I may also pursue my interest in coaching.  

IdahoSports.com: What is the best advice you have ever received? 
Buer: My dad once told me that all situations have good and bad qualities, and that I should take the good and leave the bad. Also, before every game my Dad gives me his “speech”, reminding me that the only two things I can control are my attitude and effort.  





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