Always Leading The Way
It is the mission statement of Timber Creek Wrestling to develop each wrestler into a LEADER in all facets of life. This entails taking charge of situations while under pressure, and to pay the price in sweat, effort, and sacrifice and to show others the way through setting the example. This is what paves the road to being a CHAMPION… taking advice and criticism in an effort to improve…being humble and courteous…respecting your opponent in victory and defeat. To be a COMPETITOR and to possess a deep determination and desire to win…to have pride in oneself and to never give up on the mat or in situations in life. Wrestlers will be RELENTLESS in their battle for success on the mat, in the classroom, and as a member of their family. They will be PERSISTENT and DISCIPLINED in their mindset on and off the mat...while off the mat they are respectful and hold themselves in the highest of regards, while on the mat they are in relentless pursuit of embarrassing their opponent in dominating fashion, imposing their will upon others...they will be LOYAL and think in terms of “we” instead of “I”… will sacrifice for the greater good of the family and most importantly they will live their brand with FALCON STYLE.
MEET THE TEAM
Coaching Title: Co-Head Wrestling Coach Timber Creek High School Coaching Qualifications: Coach Salazar has years of wrestling experience. 4 years competing and 9 years coaching at the youth, club, middle, and high school level. She spent the past 2 years as the Head Girls Coach at The Colony and prior to that as an Assistant Coach at San Antonio Johnson. Occupation: Coach Salazar is the Co-Head Coach at Timber Creek High School, where she teaches physics courses. Coach Salazar is a 2005 graduate of Ronald Reagan High School in San Antonio, Texas. After high school Coach Salazar went to Trinity University where she earned her bachelor's degree in 2008. Accomplishments / History: Coach Salazar began wrestling her freshman year of high school. She was the first female 4-year letter-man in school history and was part of the inaugural girls team. She was a 2x Texas State Qualifier. She began her wrestling coaching career in 2011 as a volunteer assistant at Johnson for their first girls team. During that time at Johnson High School, Coach Salazar coached 5 State Placers, and the team accomplished multiple tournament championships, to include district and regional titles. This will be Coach Salazar’s 3rd Season at Timber Creek High School.