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Movie title about two teens falling in love in a small town; he's rich she's poor?

Two teens in a small town falling in love. Hes rich and popular, dark hair. She poor, shy, blonde, and smart. Her moms a waitress. His dad doesn't want them to be together. I think his family owns a ranch. There is a scene that they are taking a class photo (it's not that big of a class) in the gym and they look at each other alot till she gets teased. I think she ends up pregnant. I saw it on fox in the early 2000s.
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asked Nov 13, 2012 in Name That Movie by AllyGirl (6 points)
closed Jul 11, 2013 by AllyGirl

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I'll try this though I think he has blond hair.

"What Matters Most" (2001)
starring Chad Allen
From IMDb:
Despite different backgrounds and disapproving parents, a working-class teen falls in love with the wealthy son of a prominent family in a small West Texas town. // She gets pregnant, but he is injured during a basketball game and goes into a coma. When he recovers, he does not recall their plans to get married~at least for a while.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0266041/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
answered Jul 10, 2013 by MystMoonstruck (5,269 points)
selected Jul 11, 2013 by AllyGirl
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