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Meet The Players: North Rowan's Parker Smith

Name: Parker Smith
School: North Rowan
Sports: Football, wrestling, swimming, baseball
Family: Parents Tim & Christine
Birth date: March 1, 1994
Nickname: Park
Motto: You never fail until you stop trying
Favorite restaurant: Keaton’s BBQ
Favorite color: Orange
Favorite animal: Deer
Favorite class: History
Favorite TV: Swam People
Favorite movie: Saving Private Ryan
Favorite team: New York Yankees
Favorite athlete: Yankees outfielder Nick Swisher
Favorite musician: My dad
Words that best describe me: Athletic, outgoing
Celebrity dream date: Jennifer Aniston
Actor starring in the movie about my life: Chris Evans
Biggest rival: Salisbury Hornets
Career goal: Have a family and be successful
If I’m a millionaire at 20: I will give to my church, give to charity and put the rest in the bank to build interest

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