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2010 Hall of Fame: Fred Smith and Kentrell Lockhart Jr.

October 27, 2010

From Destrehan: Fred Smith
Fred played in the Destrehan-Hahnville rivalry all four years of his high school career. Fred had many memorable moments against Hahnville, but none more special than the exciting 28-27 come-from-behind victory during his junior year. In that game, Fred caught three second-half touchdown passes. The first was an electrifying 75-yard catch and run, the second an acrobatic 30-yard catch, and finally an 80-yard game-winner coming with less than two minutes to play in the game. Fred went on to play for Tulane before returning to coach and teach for a season at his high school Alma Mater.

From Hahnville: Kentrell Lockett Jr.
Kentrell played in the rivalry from 2002-2006. He was a three-year starter at defensive end for Hahnville, named for two years to the All District team. Kentrell is now a senior at Ole Miss, playing defensive end. Kentrell’s parents and brother accepted the award on his behalf.

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