Athlete Profile – Louie Fuentes

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LOUIE FUENTES

SENIOR – SUPERIOR HIGH SCHOOL

SPORTS: FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL AND BASEBALL

POSITIONS: QB, G, CF

NOTABLE STATS: Football: 153.1 passing YPG, 12 TD Basketball: 13.1 PPG Baseball: .276 AVG

When did you start playing sports and why?

When I was a young kid. Because I like to have fun and be competitive.

Who, or what, inspires you to be the best you can be?

My grandma and dad because I want to make them proud and show them how successful I can be.

What are your plans after graduation?

To go to school at Mesa Community College and be a firefighter or a heavy diesel mechanic.

I want you to finish this sentence: “My greatest athletic memory at Superior HS is _____?

When I played in the state tournament for baseball.

What is something people would be surprised to know about you?

That I have very good grades.

Do you have a quote or a phrase you like to refer to that helps get through difficult times or provides inspiration? Why?

“The only way to replace pain is by being successful,” and: “You have to want to exceed as bad as you want to breathe.” They help me when I feel like giving up or quitting.

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