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Maize’s Cole Chalashtari – Athlete Spotlight Presented By Hutchinson Community College

By Matt Browning

Maize senior offensive lineman Cole Chalashtari put in more work than just the usual summer weightlifting and camps this past offseason.

He sought out individual help for his technique and position change, in hopes that it will pay off in a big way for the 2023 season.

“I have been putting work in with Coach James Tabor (PIA Athletes) and with Brian Butler,” Chalashtari said. “As well as a lot of camps both padded and skill camps to stay ready even through the offseason. I was mostly focused on the transition for guard to tackle for the upcoming season.”

Last season, Chalashtari was an honorable mention all-league selection and he feels like the training and dedication since the end of the 2022 season will propel him and his team to higher accolades this season or at least that’s the plan.

Chalashtari did not allow a sack last season for the Eagles and was second on the team in pancake blocks.

“A few goals that I have for myself are first team all-league and all-state,” Chalashtari said. “As for the team, I would love to see us go undefeated through the regular season, which can be done if we come together as a team and get done what’s needed to get done.”

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