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Baron has always been close to his brother, Mason, particularly since the boys’ mother died when they were young. The tight-knit family will be split up for a while because Mason just has been called on an LDS Church mission. Having relatives nearby seems to help when he otherwise is lacking company.
"Once they decided to move here, we knew we were going to be good buddies," Hawes said. "He was a little bit nervous — it’s hard for anyone coming to a new school. But he’s told me that he loves it here now."
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