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Wildcat Chronicle

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Aidan Ostapa
Aidan Ostapa, Reporter
Aidan Ostapa is someone who enjoys spending his time watching basketball and sometimes playing golf. As a result, Aidan has developed a baller personality through his athletic experience. He is not just about sports, though: Aidan also enjoys some leisure writing time in English class when it comes to analyzing books and putting his thoughts into paper. Whenever he is not moving around, he jams out with his dog while listening to Quadeca. Aidan’s dedication to Quadeca is unmatched, followed only by his future prospects as a Wildcat Chronicle reporter.   
Eric Deguzman
Eric Deguzman, Reporter
Eric Deguzman is a senior who likes to hang out with friends and family. Eric also used to play baseball for the school, but stopped because he was busy all the time. In Eric’s free time, he likes fishing with his dad and learning piano from his mom. He also enjoys watching TV shows with his younger sister and catching the latest sports games. His favorite sports teams are the Celtics, White Sox, and Bears. Aside from all that, Eric wants to be successful and influence people so he can feel like he lived life with a purpose. He plans to go to College of DuPage for two years, and then a university after.
Juliet Payton
Juliet Payton, Reporter
Despite her passion for sports communication and the hopes of being on ESPN, sophomore Juliet Payton can be described as a person who is calm and goes with the flow. She enjoys hanging out with her friends and sleeping in her free time, and is determined to make all of her dreams come true.
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