Caleb Sanchez has always been interested and has liked wrestling and football. He has been wrestling and playing football for 10 years.
Sanchez’s dad inspired him to be the best he could be by always being there for him.
“My dad has inspired me the most, he is always there for me. I consider him a role model because he is an all around good guy,” said Sanchez.
Caleb had a great season this year for football. Sanchez started off his senior year with a win against Pahrump.
“I played linebacker, and it was really fun, I had a great time. The best thing about playing Lowry football was being apart of a great team, and having a decent season,” said Sanchez.
Caleb wouldn’t be the player he is without his coaches.
“All of my coaches, wrestling and football, have always pushed me to be a better athlete, and are always there when I need a little extra help,” said Sanchez.
Senior Quarterback Brendan Domire thinks Sanchez was a good teammate and his teammates liked what he did for his teams.
“He was a great lineman who always did his job and held other guys accountable to do their jobs,” said Domire. “He always was one of the hardest workers and he gave everyone energy to perform better. He contributed a lot to the team by being a leader and giving 100% in whatever he did.”
Sanchez stood out to his football coaches this year.
“Caleb was a good on the field leader for us both as a linebacker and O-lineman. His high motor on the field really helped us on the defensive side of the ball,” said coach Taua Cabatbat. “Offensively he put his team first by playing a position that he did not want to play but his dedication to the team and his teammates made our offensive that much better.”
Sanchez put in work to become a very determined individual.
“He is a very determined individual, this past season of football he accepted the challenge of being a true leader on the field on a daily basis,” said coach Tyrell Lucas. “He maintained focus at practice and set the tone for the games. When you have a player as focused as Caleb it makes coaching a lot easier.”
Caleb did everything he could to get to where he is at.
“Caleb never complained about being injured and proved his worth when times were difficult by continually rallying the troops and playing for his teammates,” said coach Brant Corak. “Caleb is a selfless football player that truly loves the game and who was a big component to our success this past season.”