Susie Wilson has been her friend since playing together as small children. Then September 28, 1987, was Shelby’s 16th birthday and she announced the end of the Friday night parties. This affected every teenage couple at Cedarville High. Susie’s mother asked the pastor of their church to remove Shelby from playing the church piano on Sundays.
That hurt! Shelby had played the church piano since she wasn’t big enough to reach the pedals. Susie started a revolt against Shelby Gore, resulting in this gorgeous teenager not getting asked out on one date since her birthday. Not one boy invited her to the Junior-Senior Prom. She had attended when she was just in the eighth grade. Shelby is the star of Cedarville’s Track team, that couldn’t be changed. A 4-minute mile at every meet! Pole vaulting and broad jump, she set records here too.
As captain of the A-String cheerleaders, not even Susie could handle that task. BUT she did get the other girls to dump Shelby off the top of the pyramid formation. This didn’t really work out that good, with the cute blonde teenager doing a mid-air somersault, and landing in a split with her hands raised like it was planned. Susie did miss horseback riding up at The Hill, the no dress code swimming year-round in their half mile long resort-style pool.
Are all the high school boys at Cedarville High just plain stupid? Shelby has not had one date since her birthday; Susie’s last date was New Year’s Eve. These two girls sizzle when they walk into any room, and six years of Friday Nite parties, even a blind man should be able to see they are extremely HOT!
These two are not the goodie two-shoes type, they both like boys and are 100% able to communicate their desires. Could these two young ladies be too cute for the other girls to compete? Has someone been telling stories?
How do you make up stories about these two, everyone in town know them too well. Shelby got the cheerleaders to practice topless so she could show off her pierced nipples. All the students know about the Friday night parties, which keeps every attendee happy.