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Gallia Academy senior Logan Allison, seated front and center, will continue his track and field career on the collegiate level after signing a letter of intent with Capital University on Friday, May 16, at the GAHS library. Allison — a three-time SEOAL champion in track and a two-time state podium finisher in indoor track — spoke about what drove him to choose being a Crusader and how his prep years as a Blue Devil have prepared him for this newest endeavour. “They have a nice campus and some top-notch facilities up there, so having that to work with was really appealing for the next four years. I have had some of the best coaches during my high school career at Gallia Academy because they are always interested in what I’m doing and putting me in situations where I can succeed.” Allison — who also earned special mention honors on the 2013 AP Southeast District football team — plans on majoring in Nursing and is the son of Mark and Amy Allison of Centenary. Seated in front, from left, are Amy, Logan and Mark Allison. Standing in back are GAHS assistant coach Nate Hall, GAHS head coach Paul Close and GAHS athletic director Brent Simms. (Submitted photo)

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