Despite being born with just one hand, Josh Konkler is an all-league selection in football, basketball and baseball for the Northport Mustangs.

"He's a self-made man," says Northport basketball coach Erik Stark.

"He never seems to have an excuse on why he can't do it, just always seems to find a way to make it happen, which is pretty inspiring," says Northport baseball coach Don Baribault. 

Konkler was a stand-out player for the Mustangs football team, hauling in a number of touchdown passes over the last two years at tight end.  He also plays post in basketball, and scored 28 points in one game. 

On the baseball field, Josh has already thrown a no-hitter this season and is hitting around .400. 

He credits most of his success to his older brother Adrian, who always pushed Josh to compete at the highest level. 

Next year, Konkler will study engineering at Montana State.  He hopes to become an aerospace engineer.