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The best and the wurst

German students compete at Houstonfest

Rachel Foreman, Staff Writer

Juniors Hannah Robbins, Emily Gift, Kayla Rector, Sara Ristic, and Emily Phelps wait for the first events to begin.
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Rachel Foreman, Staff Writer

Rachel Foreman is a senior and a writer for County Line. During the day, she can be found goofing around in classes or talking with friends in the hallway. Rachel almost always has coffee in the morning, complaining that it is too early to be doing Calculus (but actually loving that class). After school, she watches her favorite TV show, Spongebob Squarepants, does her homework, and plays her favorite video game ever: Sims 4. For work, Rachel tutors two girls in 5th grade math and does the occasional babysitting job.

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