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Photos of the Week 4.17.2014

Apr 18th, 2014 | 0

A CHEVY CAPRICE similar to the 20 being ordered by the WCSO to replace older vehicles in their fleet. As approved by the Walton County Board of County Commissioners (BCC), the Walton County Sheriff’s Office will be receiving 25 new vehicles to replace aging vehicles in its fleet, some of which are quite old. (Photo courtesy of the WCSO)


WALTON PITCHER LAURA HYDLE PICKED UP THE WIN on the mound with five hits, three walks and two strikeouts in seven innings of work. The Lady Braves overcame Ponce de Leon for a 7-5 Senior Night win. (Photo by Reid Tucker)


SOUTH WALTON HIGH SCHOOL Senior Casey Perot signed a letter of commitment to play basketball for Gadsden State Community College. Joining Casey are (l-r) sister Mackenzie Perot, SWHS Girls Basketball Assistant Coach Chip High, SWHS Girls Basketball Head Coach Kevin Craig, Michelle Perot, Allan Turner, Gadsden State Assistant Coach Chad Butts, and SWHS Athletic Director Phil Tisa. (Photo by Barb Stratton)


THE SOUTH WALTON TRACK TEAM had a good day at the district meet at Emerald Coast Middle School last week as the Seahawks sent nearly a dozen athletes on to the Region meet at Jacksonville Bolles this week. (Photo courtesy SW Facebook page)


WALTON IMPROVED to 9-10 on the year with their victory over Rocky Bayou on Friday night. The Braves will play against West Florida on April 22 in Pensacola at 7 p.m. with a playoff berth on the line. (Photo by Gary Woodham)


WALTON SENIOR CARETHA PAUL signed a scholarship deal on Friday morning in the Walton High School gymnasium to play basketball at Lurleen B. Wallace Community College in Andalusia in the fall. (Photo by Patrick Casey)


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