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2010 Scholar Athletes: Landon Jones and Grant Leger

October 2, 2010

From Holy Cross High School, Landon Jones
Landon Jones is a letterman in track & field and a three-year letterman in football. He was named to All-District and All-State teams in 2009 at Center. He is a member of the National Honor Society, Peer Ministry, High Honor Roll, and the Go MAD Environmental Service team. Landon has received the Holy Cross Tiger award in his freshman, sophomore & junior years, the highest honor awarded to those who best embody the ideals of the Holy Cross Man. His career goals include attending Tulane University to play football and to major in Environmental Engineering. Dr. Joseph H. Murry, Jr., principal of Holy Cross, accepted the award on Landon’s behalf.

From Jesuit High School, Grant Leger
Grant is a 3-year letterman in football, having started at linebacker the past two years. He is a member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta. Grant has also served as a Big Brother to new students. He plans on pursuing a career in medicine after attending either the University of Auburn or Alabama. Accepting the award on his behalf was Jesuit’s principal, Dr. Michael Giambelluca.

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