Lady Tigers ink college deals
Hahnville senior softball catcher Amye Barre poses with her parents, Kyle and Lena, after signing her scholarship to the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
Hahnville senior softball infielder Courtney Dutreix smiles after signing her scholarship to the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Dutreix's parents, Troy and Paula, pose with her.
Hahnville senior softball outfielder Alexandra Friloux poses with her sister Catherine and her parents, Richie and Bobbie, after signing her scholarship to the University of Missouri at Kansas City.
Hahnville senior basketball guard KaeLynn Boyd signs her scholarship to the University of Texas Pan American in front of Kentrell Boyd (mother), Darrin Heisser (father), Katherine Boyd (grandmother), Kenneth Boyd Sr. (grandfather) and Darrion Heisser (sister).
Hahnville senior softball infielder Hope Mair signs her scholarship to the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Posing with her are her parents, Roger and Consuela.
Hahnville senior softball infielder Summer Melancon poses with her parents, Mike and Krystal, along with her brother, Brady, after signing her scholarship to the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
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Charles Fredrick Campbell, 79, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 6 of natural causes after a prolonged illness.