By Danielle Scott and Ron Espinola Posted December 16, 2022
JV football had an overall successful season with a 7-2 record and learned a lot along the way.
“The 2022 JV football team demonstrated a vast amount of learning,” said coach Andrew Jensen. “They learned about what it takes to win games, and how to improve from their losses. The athletes know more about themselves as athletes, the sport of football, and what it takes to be a competitor.”
This learning was evident in the first game.
“Our first game, I felt like we had the right energy and mindset,” said Anthony Monroy Torres.
The season has had its ups and downs but the team learned along important lessons along the way.
“We are more of a family, more trusting, and more able to rely on each other,” said ReiCyan Grau. ”I’m looking forward to not losing games for the rest of the season and winning zone next year.”
Their coaches hope that being part of a team has a positive effect on all parts of the student-athletes’ lives.
“My hope is every player found their ‘Why’ this season and will continue to progress as athletes, students, and accomplished young men,” said Jensen.