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Posted: Saturday, December 15, 2012 2:35 pm

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Stovall signs with SLU

Walker High School senior Josh Stovall (seated, center) signed a letter of intent for track and field at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond. Pictured with the signee are his parents, Selma Stovall, mother and James Stovall, father. Standing are Terry Griffin, Walker High School athletic director; Ray McCon, Walker High School assistant track coach; Rendell Stovall, brother; Will Silk, Walker High School head track coach and Ray Alphonso, Walker High School assistant principal.

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French Settlement gymnist Averett claims title at State Meet

French Settlement's Madison Averett recently participated in the LHSAA State Gymnastics Meet. Averett was a runner-up in the 'All-Around' category, while earning champion honors in 'Floor Exercise' and a third place in the 'Uneven Parallel Bars' event.

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Carrying the torch

Carrying the torch for Special Olympics is Kennedi Ard, daughter of Sheriff’s deputy Tim Ard (left). The Livingston Parish Sheriffs Office had 20 deputies including Warden Perry Rushing running to support Louisiana Special Olympics with the 2015 Law Enforcement Torch run Friday morning, May 22. The Walker Police Department and City of Walker councilwoman Scarlett Majors joined the run in Walker at Pendarvis Lane. Parish President Layton Ricks rode along with LPOEP Director Mark Harrell and his staff carried Special Olympic athletes in military style vehicles. The torch run began at the Amite River on Denham Springs, with the torch passed to the Tangipahoa Sheriff’s office runners to carry on to Southeastern Louisiana University from the parish line. SLU hosted the State Summer Games for Special Olympics.

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