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Hobie Schultz, Lodi High School

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Hobie Schultz

Posted: Saturday, March 2, 2013 12:00 am

Did you play high school or college sports?

I played football, basketball and baseball in high school. I then went on to play baseball in college at the University of the Pacific.

Where did you go to high school?

I graduated from Lodi High.

What is your favorite television show?

Survivor is a must watch for me. I have watched every episode since the show first aired in 2000 with Survivor Borneo.

What are you most proud of?

I am most proud of my daughter Megan and son Andrew.

What is the most annoying thing students can do?

The most annoying thing a student can do is make fun of or bully other students.

What was your favorite game as a child?

My older brother and I used to play whiffle ball all the time.

What are your hobbies?

I would say my favorite hobby would be gardening. I grow a summer and winter garden each year.

What is your favorite movie?

My favorite movie of all time is "Tombstone" with Kurt Russell as Wyatt Earp.

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Stephanie Hiatt

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