By Sydney Goldenstein
Senior Chas Lebsock is the male athlete of the month for January.
Lebsock was born on Sept. 30, 1997. His parents are Dave and Cheryl, and his siblings are Brad, Lindi, Brandon, Bobby, Ty and Davis. They have two dogs, Chuck and Ruger.
Lebsock maintains a 3.8 average GPA. His favorite subject is math, because it comes easily to him.
On the court, Lebsock is number 10. He is the varsity team’s starting point guard.
“The best thing about basketball is that it is fun,” said Lebsock. “The worst thing is all the running.”
His favorite basketball and high school memory was when they won the Patriot League tournament his junior year.
“The best game I have ever played in was during my junior year,” said Lebsock. “It was the first game against Eaton at home when we went into double overtime and won by one point.”
His goal for this year, along with the rest of the team, is to make it to the Great Eight. The team’s current record is 4-2, with losses against Sidney and Platte Valley.
His best advice to underclassmen is to always hustle.
“My confidence boost is the Rock Pile,” said Lebsock.
Some of his favorite things include the movie 300, the book Where the Red Fern Grows, the T.V. show Banshee, and his favorite food is chocolate. Lebsock’s hobbies include playing basketball and poker.
His biggest supporter is his mother.
“She supports my decisions and always has a good attitude that I can depend on,” said Lebsock.
His biggest inspiration is his father, because he is “very accomplished.”
“My biggest role model is my brother Ty, for his work ethic and good attitude,” said Lebsock.
He plans on attending Colorado State University and majoring in computer science.