The Old Coach
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๐๐‘๐„๐๐Ÿ ๐™๐™ค๐™ค๐™ฉ๐™—๐™–๐™ก๐™ก ๐™๐™ง๐™š๐™ฃ๐™ฏ๐™ฎ ๐‘ธ&๐‘จ โ€“ Cathedral High School

Head coach: Curtis Crane (2nd Season)

2019 Record 4-6, 5th Place District Finish

Key players:

Julio Hernandez, Aaron Tavizon, Josue Rios, Antonio Ontiveros III,
Antonio Ontiveros III & Julio Hernandez
Aaron Tavizon & Josue Rios
#85 Antonio Ontiveros III, TE/DL

Antonio Ontiveros III will be a player to watch this season read what he has to say about the upcoming season.

Q: What is the best part about being back on the gridiron with everything going on right now?

A: Itโ€™s a great way to get your mind off of all the things that stress you out. To be with your brothers playing the game you love, especially us seniors since itโ€™s our last year.

Q: What are your personal and team goals for the season?

A: I want to be recognized as one of the best TE in the history of the school and to play college-level ball. I want us to have a successful season and come out with a state championship.

Q: How do you prep for the Friday night lights, what are your pregame rituals?

A: I make sure I study plays one last time to test myself. On the way to the game, you have to play bops to get yourself in the zone. We always do chants before the game to get everyone hyped up. As for myself, I always have to warm up my hands and get a little run in to get my mind right for the game. I think of the games as if I were playing at the next level. I got teammates who rely on me to have their back, coaches to impress and prove myself to, and fans to cheer when we get the dub.

#61 Julio Hernandez, OL/DL
#2 Josue Rios, QB
#45 Aaron Tavizon, LB

Aaron Tavizon is primed to have a great season read what he has to say about the upcoming season.

Q: What is the best part about being back on the gridiron with everything going on right now?

A: I feel that the best part is watching how our team as a unit overcame the obstacles that were put in front of us this year. Thanks to a lot of commitment and dedication from coaches, parents, and athletes, we are allowed to wear our helmets and for some seniors, this will be there last year playing. I would call that a blessing. Itโ€™s an amazing feeling to be out there with the guys who have worked just as hard as you have, and I think that everyone would agree when I say that we wouldnโ€™t change Friday night lights for anything.

Q: What are your personal and team goals for the season?

A: Our team has made the decision to commit ourselves 100% of the time or as our coach says, โ€œgive it 100%, 100% of the time.โ€ Weโ€™ve decided that no matter what happens we are going to push ourselves to fight another yard and play to our fullest potential at every down. A goal of mine is to leave my mark here at Cathedral, to play every down as if it were my last. Iโ€™ve made the decision of making sure I leave everything on the field.

Q: How do you prep for the Friday night lights, what are your pregame rituals?

A: My pregame ritual isnโ€™t exactly on Friday nights, I take time every Thursday to spend time with the family. Weโ€™ll typically have a cookout and break down some old film with my uncles and cousins. Weโ€™ll watch the film from the other team to get an idea of what to expect. Then we always end the night with a good prayer and a delicious meal from my grandma.

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