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Buddy Guy poses in front of the old Monger Store in his native Lettsworth. He is being honored this afternoon. Yesterday he was nominated for a Grammy award. (image from his website: https://www.buddyguy.net)

Lettsworth native and Blues Legend Buddy Guy honored this weekend

LETTSWORTH - Buddy Guy, iconic blues musician and Louisiana native was nominated today for a Grammy on his latest album titled “The Blues is Alive and Well.” This marks a very special weekend for t

Robert Lewis (right, in pre-game warm-ups) was an imposing force on the Avoyelles Mustangs' offensive and defensive lines during his high school football career. The 6-6, 295-pound senior plans to go to college and hopes football can still be a part of his life at that level. {Photo by Raymond L. Daye}

Brody Knott (shown passing as quarterback last year) enjoyed playing a number of positions, including a marauding linebacker that tackled opposing quarterbacks and running backs for losses on many occasions. The 5-8 senior started as the Mustang signal caller when he was a 5-6 8th grader. He spent most of his time on offense this year at halfback. {Photo by Connie Giovanetti}

Brody Knott: “I was pretty much always the smallest one on the field, but I didn’t think about that when I was blocking or on defense. I just hit them and whatever happened after that just happened.”

Robert Lewis: “I’m not worried about who gets the headlines and the credit. I’m just worried about protecting my quarterback and making a hole for the running back.”

The ‘long & short’ of Avoyelles Mustang football

If the Avoyelles Mustangs football team could be considered a “pod,” these two would definitely not be considered “two peas.”

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