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Berwick High School track and field standouts Kenan Jones, top, and Josh Carver, above, recently earned Louisiana Sports Writers Association All-State Track and Field honors. Jones made the composite list of all classes with the top leap in the long jump, and he was tied with several others, including Carver, for the top leap in the high jump. Jones had the third-best leap in the triple jump, too. Above, the duo competes at this year's state track and field meet in Baton Rouge. (The Daily Review/File Photos)
Berwick High School had two members of its track team record a combined four marks that landed them Louisiana Sports Writers Association All-State Track and Field team honors recently.
Berwick High School's Kenan Jones received a visitor at track and field practice Monday from Chet Broussard, who stopped by to congratulate Jones on breaking his school-record high jump mark. Broussard was the long-time record holder with a mark at 6 feet, 9 inches, a record he set in 1982. Jones broke that mark Friday at the E.D. White Catholic Relays with a leap of 6 feet, 9.25 inches. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Paul Gilder)