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Nicholson: 1-5A’s MVP

Overall, Nicholson was 7-6 in his final season, all of his defeats having resulted from facing top 10 state ranked opponents.
Offensively, he had a .336 average with 25 runs batted in.
A total of nine players from the Bearcats of first-year head coach Toby White are on the club, including six on the first unit.
Joining Nicholson as a first teammer from RHS were fellow LSU signee and hurler Ben Alsup, first baseman John Letendre, third baseman Kelby Langston and outfielder O.J. Simmons.
Alsup had a 3-0 record and 1.37 ERA in district play.

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Board of Regents grant helps state

That’s pretty good results for our local university.

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Combatting summer blues

I had the opportunity recently to chat with Nancy Bergeron, communications manager with the chamber, and she told me how vital volunteers are to the festival’s success. Not only do they provide information to out-of-town visitors (and some first-time fest-going residents), but they also help with paperwork, giving out food coupons, manning gates and so much more.

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Peach Pageant seeks ladies

The judges could ask her about school, abortion, capital punishment or the war in Iraq. Anything is fair game.”
Since Miss Louisiana is the host of the state, speaks before the state legislature, goes to charity events and works with tourism, Napper said she must be able to answer questions quickly and intelligently. This makes it essential that the winner of the Queen Dixie Gem preliminary pageant is also able to speak well.
“In the overall process, the girl has to have a good interview in order to win,” Napper said.

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