Artist makes cleats in honor of Moon Valley football player

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A local artist is chipping in to help the family of Moon Valley High School student Carlos Sanchez by designing a pair of custom cleats to be raffled off. 

Brittish Peña specializes in custom footwear and grew up in the Moon Valley area.

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After he saw a memorial for Sanchez outside of the school, he offered to create this special pair in his honor. 

Sanchez was a starting linebacker on the Moon Valley High School football team. He collapsed on the field during a game on Oct. 20 and died the next day.

"Pedal to the metal, got them done as soon as I could. Put Carlos strong on them in memory of Carlos, put a portrait of Carlos, the one that everybody sees going around," said Peña.

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Peña says he didn't make them for just one player, he made them for the entire community.

The raffle will run for about a month. Proceeds will go to Sanchez' family.

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