i have never heard of her either...2000s pop culture is not my thing...that is the one thing i hate about teen and college tournaments....they rarely go back to before the 2000s...which i don't get...they go way back for history and literature, but very rarely do they do that with movies, music and tvtrainman wrote: ↑Mon Jun 17, 2019 11:29 pmIf TPH thinks an actor isn't notable, that's a sign that they're notable: Ginnifer Goodwin was one of the wives on "Big Love," and was then Snow White on the surprisingly long-lived "Once Upon a Time." But I remember her best from "Ed," where she played the girl Justin Long's character should have been romancing.
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Question: Is this the first Teen Tournament to feature a Grade 8 student? I thought it had been high schoolers only prior.
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I did an Archive search for "8th grader" and turned up Ryan from this week. I did a search for "eighth grader" and found these 3:
Irene Vazquez, an eighth grader from Houston, Texas 2013 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 14 at the time of...
Leeyu Addisu, an eighth-grader from Ocala, Florida 2016 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000.
Jasmine Wheeler, an eighth grader from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 2016 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000.