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Meet South Rowan's Patrick King

Name: Patrick King
School: South Rowan
Sport: Swimming
Family: Mom Susan, Dad David, sisters Katie, Emily, Sarah
Nickname: Bub
Personal motto: Never give up
Favorite restaurant: Subway
Favorite color: Green
Favorite animal: Dog
Favorite class: Chorus
Favorite TV: World’s Dumbest
Favorite movie: How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Jim Carrey version)
Favorite team: South Rowan
Top athlete: Cal Ripken Jr.
Top musician: Jeffrey Ames
Word that best describe me: Determined
Celebrity dream date: Anna Kournikova
Actor starring in the movie about my life: Chuck Norris
Biggest rival: Jacob Morton
My greatest accomplishment: Hiking Mt. Whitney
Career goal: Computer programmer, video game designer
If I’m a millionaire at 20, I’ll: Give it to the federal government so the U.S. will only be $15,084,529,000,000 in debt.

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