Athletic Trainers
Rachael Bischof
  • Head Athletic Trainer: Hello! My name is Rachael Bischof and this is my first year as a Certified Athletic Trainer. Being born and raised in Lubbock, Texas I have always loved the area. Friendliness, hard work, and all around great people have kept me from traveling too far from home. I graduated high school from Lubbock High in 2014 before I went to receive my bachelor’s in kinesiology from Texas Tech University in 2018. 10 short days after graduating I began my next endeavor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences center where I received my Masters of Athletic Training in May of 2020. I then began working for Plainview ISD late summer of 2020. What a year to graduate/get certified/begin a career! When I’m not at work I enjoy spending time with my family, husband, and two fur-babies. Plainview has been a wonderful place to work and I am so thankful for the opportunity to be apart of 'The Bulldog Way'!

Matt Price
  • Assistant Athletic Trainer: My name is Matt Price - Plainview seems more like home to me every year. I grew up and went to high school in a small town in Oklahoma, and the peace and quiet of small-town life appeal to me. I was an academic all-stater in high school and powerlifting was my favorite sport. “I hit some speed bumps in college, and it didn’t turn out quite like I had expected. I realized I had to get my act together, and so, with the inspiration of a buddy of mine, I joined the US Army. Being a soldier taught me personal accountability and responsibility to a team. “After serving three years in the US Army, I returned to college with a new attitude, and finally graduated in 2004 from Southwestern Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. Getting my degree and passing the NATABOC exam to become a certified athletic trainer was one of the hardest, but most rewarding, things I have ever done. “I started graduate school in Beaumont, Texas in 2004, and it was a hurricane of academic assignments, work, and fun experiences in athletic training. I had the opportunity to work with the hockey team, the Texas Wildcatters, and with the arena football team, the Beaumont Drillers, as well as working with the women’s basketball and men’s and women’s tennis programs at Lamar University. “Graduate school wasn’t for me, though, so I found a job at a local high school, where I started working in earnest as both an athletic trainer and a teacher. After four years, I applied for the job here at Plainview, and have never looked back. Plainview offered the diversity and the hometown feel I had been looking for. Eleven years later, I can still say the same thing. “If there is one piece of advice that I can impart to anyone, it is to always do your best no matter what. If you know you did your best, you’ll have no regrets.”

Yesenia Alonso
  • Hello my name is Yesenia Alonso and I am currently a senior this year. I have been a student athletic trainer for 4 years now. Something that persuaded me to become part of this program is because I want to pursue my career in the medical field. I have learned so much from being here whether it be educational or real life situations. The thing I enjoy most about being here is the many memories and friends I have made. When not present at school I spend time with family and work a part time job. In conclusion I will always and forever be thankful for being part of this program.

Nick Dominguez
  • My name is Nick Dominguez and I am a sophomore attending Plainview High School. I have been a student athletic trainer for two years. I joined because I want to do something in the medical field and I felt like being an athletic trainer would help me achieve this goal. I enjoy the out of town games and trips with the Bulldogs as well as seeing them win.

Erik Flores
  • My name is Erik Flores and I am in the 10th grade. This is my first year as a student athletic trainer and I became one to see a different side of the medical field and to help people. One of my favorite things about the program are the new friends I have made. When I have a bad day they make it better by being themselves. Being a student trainer is a privilege and I’m happy I joined my friend and am getting to learn how to help people.

Calie Griego
  • My name is Calie Griego, I am a senior this year. I have been a student athletic trainer for 3 years, I became a student athletic trainer because I am going I to the medical field and I believe this will help me achieve my goals I’m life. My favorite thing about athletic training is helping others, and when I’m not at school I am with my family.

Lexi Moore
  • My name is Lexi Moore and I’m a junior. This is my 2nd year as a student trainer. I became an athletic trainer because I thought it would be fun and a great experience for me. My favorite thing about being an athletic trainer is getting to meet new people and creating friendship that I would not have made outside of this. When I’m not at school I enjoy showing livestock and spending time with family and friends.

Marco Rivas
  • My name is Marco Rivas and I’m in the 10th grade, and this is my 2nd year as a student athletic trainer. I became a student athletic trainer because I thought it was fun. My favorite thing as an athletic trainer is going out of town for games. When I’m not in school I enjoy playing Call of Duty.

Benjamin Vera
  • I’m Benjamin Vera and I’m in 12th grade. This is my 4th year being a student athletic trainer. I became an athletic trainer to still be involved in sports. My favorite thing about it is making friends and memories. When not at school I hang out with friends and family.

Phenixx Vera
  • My name is Phenixx Vera I’m in the 11th grade. This will be my 2nd year as a student athletic trainer. The reason I became a trainer is because I want to go into the medical field after high school. My favorite thing about being a trainer is the learning experiences and friendships you make, being in this program. When I’m not here at school, I enjoy hanging out with friends, and family.

Brooke Williams
  • My name is Brooke Williams and I am a junior. This is my 2nd year as a student athletic trainer. I became an athletic trainer to learn more about the medical field and how to take care of people. My favorite thing about athletic training is making new friendships and learning new things. I also enjoy hanging out with my friends and family in my free time.

Emily Wright
  • My name is Emily Wright and I am a freshman. This is my 1st year as a student athletic trainer. I became one because I liked the way athletic trainers did things and how active they are in the sports community. My favorite thing about being an athletic trainer is that you get close with some of the athletes. When I’m not at school I really just like to hang out in my room, and maybe binge watch some Netflix.