Get to know the nine twins in ninth grade
Henry Quant, Staff Writer
Kyla and Micah Cade
KE: If you could change one thing about being a twin, what would you change? Kyla: Nothing. Being a twin is a blessing and a curse at the same time.
Gavin and Griffin Dyka
KE: Do you believe in telepathy? Gavin: I do not. Griffin: I think so. Sometimes we think the same things. ]
Gabby and Sebatian Perez
KE: Who is the better twin? Sebastian: Gabe is smarter. Gabe: But Sebastian is 30 minutes older.
William and Elizabeth Valley
KE: Who is the better twin? Elizabeth: William was born first and he’s a lot more competitive. William: Elizabeth is better at time management.
George and Alice Petty
KE: What is the best part about being a twin? George: You are in the same grade so you can check homework.
Ben and Jacob Schweich
KE: Did your parents dress you alike when you were younger? Ben: Yes, one of us dressed in red and one of us dressed in blue.
Walker and Faith Niebergall
KE: Did your parents dress you alike when you were younger? Walker: When we were two or three my grandma made knitted matching bunny costumes. I thought it was hilarious and I wish I could wear that costume again.
Louis and Alexis Borgelt
KE: What is the best part about being a twin? Louis: Having someone to relate to.
Morgan and Margaret Anderson
KE: If you could change one thing about being a twin, what would you change? Margaret: Not having to share a room. Morgan: I agree.