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Leave me alone!
when Welles was in middle school, he wasn't five feet yet and there was a boy bigger than him that used to ride the same bus as Walles to and from school and the bigger boy used to bully and bother Walles. one day after school while walking the short distance to his house he ended up getting into a fight. (which he won)"don't ever start a fight, but if one starts be sure to finish it."
there was one time where a groundhog had lost it's balance and fallen into the pen and the dogs instantly attacked it. when walles and his friends found it one of its libs were detached and walles went and called his father. His father told him to get his bat and to put it out of it's missery and still even though walles did exactly what his father told him to do he was crying the whole time.
A freshman in highschool, he was playing varsity. and he was doing well. by junior year Welles saw himself as a leader and wanted to be pick for the captain possition, unfortunatly coach dave moreno picked two other teamates to be captain, right after walles went to talk to his coach "what do i have to do."( he was later the third captain for his team.)
once while in high school Welles friend Burn was about to get into a fight and Welles encouraging words "Lee(burn), think of everything you have to lose. this guy has nothing to lose." and later after interviewing Burn he thanked Welles saying " i wouldn't have and be what i am today, and that's a father and a husband."
In 1995 Welles graduated with strong grades, high board scores, honor rolls, advanced classes, and extracurriculars as well as Varsity letters and captaincy.
Right after Welles went to college he wanted to go to Princeton, as his grandfather did, but unfortunately that wasn't what happened and instead, he ended up going to Boston college which "he came to love and play for quickly."
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