Athletes of the Month: January


Every month the athletic department will recognize 1 boy and 1 girl from both the High School and 1 Athlete per sport, per month at the Middle School campus for outstanding athletic achievement and character qualities. These candidates are nominated by their coaches.


Abby Uhler

“Abby Uhler has been a consistent leader for the girls soccer program this season and I have no doubt she will continue. She has been stepping up into her role as a senior captain, taking opportunities to serve her teammates, encouraging, loving, and supporting them on and off the field. Abby continues to show up every day ready to work and get the job done. She is a blessing to coach and I am excited to see what her future holds.” – Coach Brown

Terrance Caldwell

“Terrance has been very consistent in his play as we improve each and every week. It’s hard to take him off the floor due to the effort and leadership he shows night in and night out. We ask him to do multiple things on the floor such as guard positions 3 through 5. He is a player that we use for all five positions. We ask him to make decisions with the ball, rebound, and score. All in which he does without hesitation. There has never been a time where we have had to coach effort with Terrance. He is what you call an extension of the coach. Always a plus when you have a player that can be a coach on the floor. Looking forward to continuous growth in Terrance through the second half of the season.” – Coach Mitchell


Jaicee Sargent

“Jaicee has shown the ability to listen and apply instruction. That ability combined with natural talent has made her play on the field a joy to watch. Out of necessity, she had to catch for the first time in her life. She did outstanding at a very difficult position. She does all this with a big smile.” – Coach Perez

Ryan McCalmont

“Ryan has a batting average of 500, with 5 RBIs, and pitched a strong game against Santa Rosa Academy to put Linfield in a tie for first place. Ryan is a coach’s dream. His hustle is unparalleled and he always gives 100% effort. Ryan is a seventh grader but has a baseball IQ of a young high school player. The future is bright for this young man and we are blessed to have him.”