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Photos of the Week 3/31/2011

Mar 31st, 2011 | 0


MICHAEL GRAZIANI pitched what Freeport head coach Shaun Arntz said was his best game of the season. The senior struck out nine Jay’s batters and walked just one. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

PAXTON'S ZACH FOREHAND (2) had a single and a double while driving in one of Paxton's two runs against Walton, in a game on March 24 that ended 8-2 in Walton's favor. (Photo by Patrick Casey)

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS MAYOR C. Harold Carpenter was the special guest of honor at this year’s Countyside Festival. Carpenter took a minute for a photo, alongside some of DeFuniak Springs and Walton County’s finest public servants in blue. (Photo by Alicia Leonard)

MORE THAN 30 VENDORS participated in the Freeport Town Planters arts and crafts sale, a fundraising event for Relay for Life. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

PAXTON MAYOR HAYWARD THOMAS and Walton County Sheriff Michael Adkinson presided over the dedication ceremony and invited those in attendance to an open house tour of the new facility. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

The Walton Lady Warriors took first place in a three-team middle school tourney played on Saturday for the county championship. Pictured are:(Front Row) Kelee Mosley, Jasmin Hester, Shelby Peeples, Jamie Lamb, Mara Morse, Shelbie Busbee, Jamison Minniefield and Taylor Butler. (Back Row) Coach Michelle Seay, Bethany Gavins, Shyy Walker, Ashley Manuel, Laura Hydle, Kiki Bogart, Hannah Phillips, Kayla Jackson, Haley Hurley, Coach Charles Sexton, Coach Ellen McLean. (Not Pictured) Chambleigh Webster, Kayla Atchley, Krystal Schipper and Kassandra Carpenter.

PARENTS, STUDENTS AND STAFF MEMBERS participated in the world record attempt. On Tuesday, March 22, thousands of Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) participants attempted to break a Guinness simultaneous jumping jack world record. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

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