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December 8, 2005

Valdosta - A victory parade is planned to celebrate a local football championship.

For the second straight year, the Lowndes High School Vikings took the title of state 5-A football champions.

On Monday, the community will come together for a victory parade to celebrate the win. The parade will travel down Norman Drive to the James H. Rainwater Conference Center and then loop around back to the stadium.

"The community has been such an integral part of the success we enjoy at the school and we want to give them an opportunity to particiate in this victory," said LHS Principal Wes Taylor.

"It's going to be a real fun time, a time to recognize the kids and the coaches, and a really big time," said Coach Randy McPherson.

The parade starts at 5:00 Monday. The state championship trophy presenation will immediatley follow at Martin Stadium.

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