HHS, DHS football, cheerleading, band and fan photos FROM EVERY GAME
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As Destrehan and Hahnville gear up for another exciting football season, the Herald-Guide is doing so as well.
All season long, the Guide will have hundreds of photos available from every single football game loaded onto our website at www.heraldguide.com directly after the games are finished.
This doesn't just include action shots of the players, but also pictures of band members, cheerleaders, dancers and fans.
To see this year's PHOTOS for both Destrehan and Hahnville, click here.
Along with the pictures, the Herald-Guide will also have game results so that you can keep track of where your team stands as the season progresses.
Visit www.heraldguide.com/hahnville for loads of information on the Tigers
and www.heraldguide.com/destrehan for all you need to know about Destrehan.
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