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Football Coaches Q & A

JV Coaches gives the team a timeout for words of encouragement during their game in Lodi against the Flames.

JV Coaches gives the team a timeout for words of encouragement during their game in Lodi against the Flames.

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JV Coaches gives the team a timeout for words of encouragement during their game in Lodi against the Flames.

Nathan Tom

Nathan Tom

JV Coaches gives the team a timeout for words of encouragement during their game in Lodi against the Flames.

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The Oracle did an Q & A with a few featured football coaches to give our readers an opportunity to get to know some of the Chavez Football coaches.  Featured coaches are Coach Jess, Coach Smith, & Coach Rabbit.

Coach Jess is the first coach we will take a look at.

Q: What inspired you to become a coach?

Coach Jess: “Growing up my coaches where my mentors, so I wanted to do the same things they did for me.”

Q: What positions did you play and if football didn’t work what was your back up career?

Coach Jess: “Outside Linebacker, Tight End, and Left Tackle and if I wasn’t a coach I would’ve been a Police Officer.”

 

Next we spoke with Coach Smith.

Q:  What inspired you to become a coach?

Coach Smith: “I really like helping people and I like helping people succeed and accomplish their goals in life.”

Q: What positions did you play and if football didn’t work what was your back up plan?

Coach Smith: “I played Offensive Line & Defensive Line and if football didn’t work out I would’ve been a strength and conditioning coach.”

 

Lastly we spoke with Coach Rabbit.

Q:  What inspired you to become a coach?

Coach Rabbit: “Me playing football and seeing my dad be a coach and that’s what made me become a coach.”

Q: What positions did you play and if football didn’t work what was your back up plan?

Coach Rabbit: “Wide Receiver , Quarter Back and I played baseball and if football didn’t work I was going to become a marriage counselor or go back to school to become a psychologist.”

 

This week Chavez Football is on a bye week and have no games, please come join us on September 27 & 28 when our season resumes against Bear Creek.

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