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February 13, 2014

Highland Christian basketball honors seniors

VALDOSTA — Highland Christian Academy's principal Mr. David Ward honored eight seniors last night, Feb. 11, during the last home game for the basketball season against Fullington Academy.

Each senior received a basketball signed by their teammates and were recognized at center court.

Julius King, escorted by his father Derrian King; Trey Yates, with his parents James and Jennifer Yates; Patrick Muller, escorted by Walter and Kim Muller; Tucker Bruce, escorted by his parents Mike and Michelle Bruce; Ryan Dobson, with his parents Rolen and Lyn Dobson; and Emily White, escorted by her parents Jeff and Mandy White were honored on Tuesday.

Brianna Walker was also recognized for keeping the books and Guy Farmer was honored for keeping the time clock throughout the the year.

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