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The Trojan statue on the Lamar County High School campus has become a favorite destination for members of the Class of 2022 as graduation approaches. Some 180 graduates will receive diplomas Saturday at Trojan Field. The ceremony begins at 9 a.m. Shown snapping selfies with the Trojan are seniors Abigail Horne (left) and Trinati Maynor. (Photo: Donna Flournoy)

Class of 2022 marches Saturday morning

Some 180 members of the Lamar County High School Class of 2022 will receive diplomas during graduation exercises Saturday at Trojan Field. The ceremony begins with the senior processional at 9 a.m.

The colors will be presented by the JROTC color guard and Katelyn McCook will sing the National Anthem. Zaria Fletcher will lead the Pledge of Allegiance and Gavin Roubieu will welcome the crowd.


Matthew Ctibor will review the class highlights. He will be followed by addresses from salutatorian Kevin Danielson and valedictorian Zeke Smith.

School superintendent Dr. Jute Wilson and school board chairman Josh Swatts will address the grads. Then Dr. Wilson and principal Dr. David Boland will present diplomas.

Naijah Fambro will give closing remarks followed by the recessional and the traditional cap toss.

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