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Welcome to the official website of the

La Center Wildcat

Football Team

2001: Trico League Champs; 1st Playoff Appearance.
2002: Trico League Champs; 2nd Playoff Appearance.
2003: 3rd Place in State; 10 wins; 3rd Playoff Appearance.
2004: Trico League Champs; Most wins in school history: 11; 4th Playoff Appearance
2006: 5th Playoff Appearance


Sunday, June 17

Former Wildcat Zach Martinez receives the Air Force Achievement Medal

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT

THE AIR FORCE ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL
(SECOND OAK LEAF CLUSTER WITH VALOR)
HAS BEEN AWARDED TO

SENIOR AIRMAN ZACHARY L. MARTINEZ

FOR

ACT OF COURAGE
28 JUNE 2006 TO 17 DECEMBER 2006

ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Senior Airman Zachary L. Martinez distinguished himself by act of courage as Fire Team Member, Detachment 7, 732d Expeditionary Mission Support Group, 332d Air Expeditionary Wing, Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq. During this period, while securing a cordon during an I raqi Police search, Airman Martinez's vehicle came under direct small-arms-fire from an insurgent located on the rooftop of a building. He quickly positively identified and immediately engaged the insurgent, neutralizing the insurgent's ability to return fire. Additionally, while conducting a vital nighttime refueling mission to a local Iraqi police station, Airman Martinez came under intense small-arms-fire directed at the squad's vehicles and tanker truck. His fast action to identify where the threat originated, ensured the safety and security of all squad personnel and resources. Lastly, while performing duties as a heavy weapons gunner, Airman Martinez assisted in the execution of 99 Police Transition Team patrols and combined Iraqi Police patrols covering over 3,500 miles of Baghdad's most hostile roads. The distinctive accomplishments of Airman Martinez reflect credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

GIVEN UNDER MY HAND

7 MAY 2007

///SIGNED///
GARY L. NORTH
Lieutenant General, USAF
Commander, USCENTAF


Mentorship for Incoming Freshman

The La Center HS football team has implemented a freshman mentorship program. The seniors with football experience will act as mentors for incoming freshman football players. These mentors will help make the transition to high school as smooth and rewarding as possible. The mentorship is not only for football reasons. The jump from middle school to high school can be intimidating and often difficult. A football mentor can assist the incoming student with questions ranging from "What is the big deal with the LC?" to "How do you play football and still get good grades?" On a side note, there is absolutely NO HAZING by any La Center football player. This type of behavior is unacceptable and not tolerated. Once you are part of the program, you are part of the football family.

Football and its impact on young men

Think of it - where else can a kid experience a situation in which there is an enemy that must be defeated - an enemy that waits out there with plans to do the same to him, whether through trickery, speed, strength, superior numbers, toughness, endurance, or, sometimes, sheer meanness? An enemy that he simply must stand up to. There are no pacifist options - no sitting down and negotiating - on a football field. To choose not to stand up and fight means to choose your doom - defeat, humiliation, pain, possibly injury.

Football is a great value to us as a society. The danger inherent in playing football provides young men the chance to test their courage - to develop the courage and self-confidence to face other, greater dangers. More than ever, America needs brave men. America needs men who will put their fear aside and charge into burning buildings, chase down bad guys, and jump into enemy territory.


Do Whatever It Takes...

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