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Julia Hall
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Name: Julia Hall

Age:16

Sport: Forest Lake Christian varsity girls basketball



Big game: Scored nine points, grabbed six rebounds and four steals in 60-20 win over Victory Christian Tuesday.

Interests: “I’m involved in student council and I’m in our church council and also am very active in our youth group at church.”




Favorite book: “Mark of the Lion” triology by Francine Rivers

Movie: Lord of the Rings

TV show: “I don’t really watch much television. I don’t have time for it.”

Food: Celery and peanut butter

Band: Superchic[k]

Person I admire: “My mother, Meri”

Something you should know about me: “I like to garden.”

Greatest achievement: “Passing my driver’s license test.”

Future plans: ” I want to grow up and be a medical missionary or be a nutritionist.”

Name: Cassie Smith

Age:17

Sport: Bear River varsity girls basketball

Big game: Scored 17 points in 56-45 win over Colfax, which clinched league title for Lady Bruins, Tuesday.

Interests: “Softball, just hanging out with friends.”

Favorite book: “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee

Movie: Eight Mile

TV show: “Friends.”

Food: Ice-cream

Performer: Eminem

Person I admire: “My brother, Mark”

Something you should know about me:

“Everybody knows everything about me, because I’m loud and express my feelings.”

Greatest achievement: “Probably being named first-team all league last year for my defense.”

Future plans: “I’m not really sure. I’m looking for colleges to go play at right now.”


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