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Photos of the Week 9/29/2011

Sep 29th, 2011 | 0

AFTER CUTTING UP the large and apparently very old tree, the DeFuniak Springs Public Works Department contacted Walton County ARC to handle removal of the tree and other debris. The concrete roof of the picnic pavilion damaged by the falling tree will likely have to be replaced, said DeFuniak Springs Public Works Director Bill Holloway, who said the tree did not fall due to any damage sustained during the previous days’ storms. (Photo courtesy of the city of DeFuniak Springs)

SEPTEMBER SHOWDOWN WINNERS. The fishing tournament was held at Nick's Restaurant at Basin Bayou, which sponsored the event. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD kept the charcoal fires burning for hungry kids and parents at the Walton Day for Kids, held last weekend in Freeport's Regional Sports Complex. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

MARY KATE MYRICK took to the air on several occasions in the match against South Walton, scoring on 10 kills and helping out with 11 assists on the night. Two of her teammates, Brianna Ross and Prophecy Spaid each had 11 kills and two digs, but Spaid also contributed assists. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

SOUTH WALTON SETTER SARAH MCMANUS was critical to the Seahawks’ domination in the third set. She put middle hitters Kati Trejo and Rafae Ledo-Massey in position to blast through Freeport with a 25-9 final score in the set. Freeport beat South Walton 3-1 (Photo by Reid Tucker)

FREEPORT QB GABE MOORE was 0-1 passing, but scored four of the Bulldogs’ seven touchdowns rushing. He had scoring runs of 59 yards, 32 yards, 17 yards and 26 yards. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

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