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Imml _- m. - =Umllmmnmll,mmmmlmmmmlllUlmmlmllltllWtlmLmlllllllllllllmllllmlllll ..... . .... - PAGE 8 THE FLORALA NEWS - WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2009 Paxton School honor roll PAXTON SCHOOL students in Mrs. Harrion's art class submitted entries to the National Congressional Art Contest. Winners will be announced on May 14. An exhibit with all the students'art will be held on the evening of May 14 at the Pensacola Art Museum in downtown Pensacola. Anyone is welcome to attend. The best of show winner will have their artwork hang in the Capitol for one year and will also win a complimentary trip to Washington DC.. Shown are (l-r) Sarah Patton - "When Pigs Fly" Jason FindIey - "Peace, Hope, Prosperity" Olivia Hamilton - "Purple Rain" Stevie Davidson - "Serenity" and Tim Hilley - "Lonesome Wolf" Paxton claims third straight baseball district title by Patrick Casey Forehand started the game For Paxton baseballcoach and fell behind 2-0 after Jeff Bradley, winning a dis- Laurel Hill put a pair of runs trict championship never on the board in the opening gets old. "We have been frame. Forehand remained blessed to have great kids to undaunted as he settled coach and work with and it has led to great success." Paxton built upon what has become a winning tra- dition of district titles this decade as the Bobcats won their third consecutive Dis- trict 1, Class A crown with a 15-2 victory over Laurel Hill on Thursday. Laurel Hill, who hosted the four-team event, reached the championship game af- ter a 3-1 victory over Rocky Bayou .on Tuesday. The Ho- boes ran out of pitching and Paxton pounded out 11 hits while drawing 12 walks in the contest to build an 11-2 win after three innings of play. Paxton freshman Zach down to pitch the remaining five innings for a complete game win that saw him al- low only six hits while walk- ing no one. He threw only 40 pitches over the last four innings of play and only two Laurel Hill batters reached base during that span. Forehand provided the final four runs of the night with a blast over the left- field wall for a grand slam and a 10-run rule victory by the score of 15-2 after six in- nings of play. Forehand had three hits with five runs bat- ted in while Ryan' LeweUen added a pair of hits from the top of the line-up. Ethan Jackson led Lau- rel Hill with two of their six hits while he pitched three innings of relief, after Pax- ton had built an. 11-2 lead. Paxton got to the champi- onship game after disman- tling Central High School 13-0 on Tuesday. Senior pitcher Colby Forehand went five innings to pick up the win. Paxton junior Dan Geogh- agan drove in five runs in that contest with Colby Forehand driving in three while striking out eight Jag- uars batters in the process. Paxton (13-3) earned a first round state playoff home game with Graceville (13-9) on Tuesday, May 5, at 7 p.m. Details of that game were not available of press time. Tourney Notes: If Paxton defeats Graceville, they will likely be headed for a trip to Malone to face a Tigers squad that will be heav- PAXTON FRESHMAN Zach Forehand(2) pitcld all six innings of the Laurel Hill game and hit a grand slam to end the game in the bottom of the sixth inning. ily favored to defeat Laurel Hill. Paxton would play at Malone on Friday, May 8, but would host Laurel Hill if they won. If Paxton wins their first two playoff games,. as they have done the last two years, they will almost surely run into Jacksonville Eagle's View in the Region final. 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