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December 27, 1988 | DIANE HAITHMAN, Times Staff Writer
At first, 15-year-old Alirio Romero seemed tense as he rehearsed the questions he would ask high school junior Reyna Castro when the cameras began to roll. "So tell me about the first day of school at Westlake," he said, staring at the ceiling of the Castro family's East Los Angeles apartment as if he might find the words written there. "So I hear you're a good athlete. A good ath-lete . . . Couldn't I just say sports?" he finally asked in exasperation.
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December 27, 1988 | DIANE HAITHMAN, Times Staff Writer
At first, 15-year-old Alirio Romero seemed tense as he rehearsed the questions he would ask high school junior Reyna Castro when the cameras began to roll. "So tell me about the first day of school at Westlake," he said, staring at the ceiling of the Castro family's East Los Angeles apartment as if he might find the words written there. "So I hear you're a good athlete. A good ath-lete . . . Couldn't I just say sports?" he finally asked in exasperation.
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