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“Tackle Your Health” Coaches Say "Know The Score About Your Health"

San Andreas, CA...Know the Score About Your Health Bret Harte Coach Casey Kester and Calaveras Coach Jason Weatherby have teamed up for Men's Health Month in November. The coaches share some tips . . .






Their stories: Coach Casey Kester – A life outside of work

“Men need to have a life outside of work. When I started out as a software systems engineer in the late 1970’s it was sad to see that many of my older colleagues who retired would pass away within a short time. It was because work was their life – they had no hobbies or outside interests. I knew then I had to stay active – that’s why I got involved in coaching sports.”

Coach Kester has been the off-campus head football coach at Bret Harte for three years and at the same time works from home continuing his 37-year engineering career with Lockheed. “Coaching keeps me physically active for sure,” he says. “Along with taking care of our yard full of trees and lawn.” He started coaching to balance his
sedentary engineering lifestyle when his son signed up for youth football at age 9 and has continued ever since in either football or soccer.

He and his wife Sally have two daughters, Katie Spear of San Francisco and Kylie,who will graduate from the Air Force Academy in May.; their son Kenneth and grandson Jordan live in Pueblo, CO.


Coach Jason Weatherby – Weight management is vital

“I think managing your weight is the most important thing when it comes to good health – and, it is the hardest thing for men. I’m part of a group of guys who call ourselves ‘Moke Hill’s Biggest Losers.’ We’ve been meeting weekly for several years to play basketball; prodding each other to get more physically fit and lose weight. I just started taking it seriously after I found out I had high blood pressure. I lost 50 pounds in the past year by just counting calories...no more than 1,500 a day. I have more energy now than I did 20 years ago – I can really feel the difference and don’t need as much sleep.”


Coach Weatherby graduated from Calaveras High School in 1983 and from the University of California, Davis in 1987. He returned to CHS in 1989 as Agricultural Mechanics instructor and serves also as FFA advisor and Career/Technical Education Director, as well as Redskins Head Coach. He and his wife DeeDee have three children, Austin, an ag teacher at East Union High School in Manteca; Logan, 17 and Colton, 12.


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