Bill Zenk Jr.

Bill Zenk Jr. has an accomplished history of great sports diversity. He was a first-team all-state football selection, a state championship wrestler and all-state baseball player.

After graduating from Wilson High School in 1960 he played baseball at Yakima Junior College – where he was teammates with long-time New York Yankee pitcher Mel Stottlemyre. Bill also coached baseball for the Cheney Studs Babe Ruth and American Legion teams in the 1960s. Ron Cey was one of the Studs players Bill coached.

When not wearing baseball spikes, Bill laced up another spiked shoe – mountain climbing boots. He has reached the summit of Mount Rainier four times (last on the 62nd birthday) and every other Cascade Mountains peak at least twice. Bill also has an exceptional resume in handball having won numerous tournaments on the West Coast.