Identify the Mystery Person First, Get a Movie Ticket

Kaylah was able to keep her identity a secret, which meant those who knew her didn't win a free movie ticket.

Joel Barajas Alanis

Kaylah was able to keep her identity a secret, which meant those who knew her didn't win a free movie ticket.


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As March comes to a close, we take a look at yet another Mystery Person. This one is an athletic sophomore who plays sports – especially football and baseball — and loves running, although he recently suffered a quad injury. One of his greatest accomplishments was healing from that injury so he could run again. He hopes to play sports in college or maybe focus on computer engineering, and he already has some choices in mind: Sacramento State, perhaps, or UCLA.

Our Mystery Person said that, if he could travel anywhere, he would go to Hawaii “because it’s super nice out there,” he said. If he won a large sum of money, though, he said that he would invest in purchasing a car and upgrading his wardrobe.

“Red and white are my favorite colors,” said the Mystery Person. “Aloe is my favorite drink. I like Rap and R&B.”

His older brother graduated from Armijo and his sister is currently a junior.

The last Mystery Person was Kaylah Chung who remained a mystery during the first two weeks of March.

If you know the Mystery Person for these two weeks, be the first person to go to G-10 to identify him or her. You will receive a free movie ticket at Edwards Theater. Only one prize per issue will be awarded. Journalism students or club members and Armijo teachers and staff do not qualify. Armijo’s Mystery Person will be presented between September and May. Submission cannot be taken during class time but will be accepted between classes, before and after school.

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