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 Lydia Caballero - “Let them come and see our sick veterans, and say we don't need a hospital.”
 Art Valero - “For him to touch the ball 20 times a game is not enough. Put the ball in No. 24's hands and let him go.”
 Mayor Caballero - “It was a difficult year, but we were able to salvage some positions. It could have been a lot worse. I'm glad to see us out of the woods.”
 Lydia Caballero - “Enlistments are high here now, a lot of kids are coming back, and some are 100 percent disabled at 22 years old.”
 Lydia Caballero - “Enlistments are high here now, a lot of kids are coming back, and some are 100 percent disabled at 22 years old.”
 Chris Caballero - “If a youth becomes belligerent, combative, difficult to handle, some techniques may be used such as a knee strike, strike to the arm if the youth becomes unmanageable.”
 Chris Caballero - “If a youth becomes belligerent, combative, difficult to handle, some techniques may be used such as a knee strike, strike to the arm if the youth becomes unmanageable.”
 Bon Gollero - “I really think you need a year of grieving, overcoming the pain and putting things in proper perspective. I'm just beginning to feel whole again, and I'm actually very happy with me and my life.”
 Bon Gollero - “It's taken me a year to even want to get back into the game of dating, or even feel normal. I'm no longer grieving or angry. I want to get on with my life.”
 Mike Lero - “I'd like to see them place toward the top, not the middle and not at the bottom. The kids are excited because we don't host a (regular-season) tournament, so we're getting to show off the school and the program.”
 Chris Caballero - “Part of the discussion is to have a softer approach.”
 Chuck Vallero - “I thought we started to move the ball up the court faster than we had been. I think our size was a definite advantage for us inside, especially in the first half when we were able to put pressure on them.”
 Mike Lero - “I could just coach the matches and not worry about too much of the small, behind-the-scenes stuff. There were only a few small glitches with the computer, so in the grand scheme of things, a lot went right.”
 Peter Callero - “Management is taking a very hard line, refusing to compromise. We are open to compromise, and unless they do, we will have a strike.”
 Chuck Vallero - “The vote was unanimous. The (section) has rules and in this case, the committee could not get enough information (to allow Serra into the playoffs).”
 Mayor Caballero - “I am asking the policy makers to step outside of their comfort zone.”
 Mayor Caballero - “I said this a couple years ago. It's like having 12 children and figuring out which eight will eat today.”
 Bon Gollero - “What's helped has been giving myself time and taking care of myself and my health. That's been a priority. I'm not pushing myself to do things or date again. My saving grace has been staying physically active ... I'm coming to grips with being single again.”
 Lydia Caballero - “I think we need more acute care. What if you're too sick to be transferred to San Antonio”
 Art Valero - “That's as big a reason to report on time as anything. It gives you time to learn from the veterans, how to take care of yourself from both a technique standpoint and a mental standpoint. Because it's a long season. A rookie hits November, and he says 'Wait a minute. This is Thanksgiving I should be done.' But there are seven games left to go in the regular season.”
 Mayor Caballero - “It's not a good way to start business. The fact that they're not here is of concern.”
 Art Valero - “That's just Mike. I'd buy some of those arms if I could. Mike is ready to go. He trains himself very well in the off-season. Mentally, he came in with the attitude that he just wants to do whatever it takes to win. He's a workhorse. That's his only thing. He knows how to work.”
 Chuck Vallero - “I think it's a great accomplishment for these guys. To match what last year's team did is a hard thing to do. I don't care what league you are in.”
 James Caballero - “I advise my students to listen carefully the moment they decide to take no more mathematics courses. They might be able to hear the sound of closing doors.”