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His football team came up from Sebastian River High School for a four-day training camp. William became ... Donations may be made to the William Shogran Scholarship Fund, c/o Sebastian Christian Church, 190 Day Drive, Sebastian, FL 32958. To send the ...May 23, 2013 by WRCB-TV
SEBASTIAN, FL (WESH) -- An online petition about the girl's arrest is gaining attention on Change.org and across the country. It's already amassed more than ... The two girls were classmates at Sebastian River High school. Shortly, after Hunt turned 18, the ...May 22, 2013 by W*USA 9
"Kaitlyn was a highly respected student at Florida's Sebastian River High School with good grades and participation in cheerleading, basketball and chorus," Hunt, of Palm Bay, wrote in the petition on Change.org. "She was even voted 'most school spirit.May 20, 2013 by Complex.com
It's true that Hunt violated Florida's age-of-consent law, but her mother thinks the case has more to do with her girlfriend's parents being upset about the discovery of their daughter's sexuality. Her father says that Sebastian River High School is going to lengths ...May 19, 2013 by Vero Beach Press-Journal (subscription)
At Sebastian River High School, Hunt was voted most school-spirited, sang in chorus and was on the varsity cheer team and played basketball, said her mother, Kelley Hunt Smith, 37, of Sebastian. "She has never ever been in trouble ... This will RUIN Kaitlyn's life. Imagine if she were to get married and not be able to have children for whatever reason. This could ruin her opportunity to adopt. This will take away from future job [opportunities], etc. This is ludicrous and downright WRONG!!!"--- Taylor G., Vero Beach, FL.News headlines by Google News