Smart and busy
LA VETA- Brian Andreatta is the type of young man who likes to be busy. When he’s not at school or on the field, he is doing his chores on the family ranch along the East Peak. Brian excels in just about everything he does. A four-year football, basketball and track star, Brian is playing again this spring for the Redskin baseball team (he did not play his sophomore year) and running track. He was a starter for the basketball team which just completed a successful season. He has been playing with most of his teammates for several years, and it is natural for them all to be multi-sport athletes.
In addition to his success on the field, Brian is talented in the classroom. He currently sports a 3.75 grade point average and is ranked in the top five of his senior class. He has been accepted to Colorado State University in Fort Collins for fall 2008 where he will pursue his academic future. He was active in 4-H until high school then joined the FFA while in high school. He is also a member of the National Honor Society.
Outside of school, Brian works the family ranch, tending the cattle, checking fence lines and making sure the ice in the tanks is broken. Brian is a polite and responsible young man who is willing to help anyone that asks and eager to strive to be the very best. Brian is the son of Dominic and Carrie Andreatta.