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Pictured at Kassandra Razo’s signing day ceremony Friday are, from left, (back row) coach Cecil Rutherford, Clear Brook bowler alumni Sgt. Ernest Razo, Rubi Razo, coach Roxy Casas, coach Dario Vaccaro, (front row) Yesenia Razo, Kassandra Razo and Rodney Razo.

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Kassandra Razo signed her national letter of intent for bowling at West Texas A&M on Friday.

Razo is a four-year Clear Brook bowler. She helped lead her high school team to their first district championship in 2017, and the Wolverines are currently working on their second. Razo has been a part of the Houston SE all-district team and has been in the high school state finals.

Off the lanes, Razo volunteers for any and every event Clear Brook bowling attends. Her favorite event is the Special Olympics Bowling Tournament. Razo also raises money for Special Olympics by jumping in the Gulf of Mexico for the Polar Plunge every January.

Razo is also a member of the Clear Brook Peer Assistance and Leadership (PAL) program. She dedicated her junior year to attending a nonprofit residential homes and day program in the Houston area for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Hope Village.

This year, Razo spent countless hours hanging out with the residents at the Autumn Leaves Retirement Community.

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