|Club||Erick Torres||The Strokes||El Paso||Te|
|High School||David Galvez|
Boys 18 Doubles final, won first at the Carlsbad USTA tournament.
|USTA Section||Hand||Bench Press (max)||Wingspan||Vertical jump||Avg. Serve MPH||Best Serve MPH|
2012- Present Varsity Boys Captain
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My private coach Eric Berninger would be more than happy to talk to anyone if they have questions. He played division 1 tennis for the University of Seattle from 1995-1998. And as a coach in El Paso, he has had two dozen students who have played college tennis. His phone number is (915)407-5852
Currently playing varsity tennis at Montwood High School as one singles and one doubles.
I am a leader on and off the courts as I participate in many clubs, such as that of future business leaders of America (FBLA) and Business Professionals of America (BPA), those clubs allow me to collaborate with others in creating ideas on how to make our club succeed in both the community by community service, and in the classroom for club competitions. Then I also am part of my schools Practicum Culinary Arts team, constantly having to work with others and lead them in the kitchen in order to keep it orderly for whatever task where are in the middle of doing. Giving me the experience of helping to lead others on and off the courts with the extra clubs and organizations I participate in.
As a student athlete I am one who pursues to eat healthier food rather than that of junk food. I tend to take care of my body by providing it with the proper nutrients that it needs. Also, when I am not busy with school work or tennis, I will occasionally go to the gym to add a little bit more fitness to my life.
I am quite involved with my community as I do community service for it, as in going to elderly homes to clean and entertain the elderly. It is important to me to do things for the community as I feel that as a young adult growing up in this modern society, us young people never really get the chance to go out and understand the place we are growing up in. Taking care of the elderly I am able to learn a little bit more about not only our community but the world as well, as I have been told personal stories on peoples young lives to those who have even served in war. Expanding my mind on how the world is so much more than what modern teens make it out to be.
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