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Senior Alyssa Sanchez

Senior Alyssa Sanchez

Photo by Hannah Dominguez

Senior Alyssa Sanchez

Photo by Hannah Dominguez

Photo by Hannah Dominguez

Senior Alyssa Sanchez

Manasvini Kala, Staff Reporter

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Name: Alyssa Sanchez

Grade: 12

Birthday: January 20, 2001

Height: 5’ 2”

Sports and Years Played: Wrestling (4 years) and Track & Field (1 year)

Weight Class: 103 lbs, 106 lbs, 111 lbs

Plans after High School: Attend the University of Portland

Favorite Part of Wrestling: The team and the sport

Motivation: Girls can do any type of physical sport they want to

What You’ve Learned from the Sport: To be more independent, persevere and to be a team leader

 

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