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Standing tall; Rob Harper Athlete of the Week

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BOSSIER CITY, La - Standing 6 foot 7 Parkway's Rob Harper is hard to miss when he steps on the mound.  He's also easy to spot on the stat sheet posting a 1.06 era on the season. 

Harper stands tall on more than just the mound showing that same level of commitment in everything he does at Parkway.  Harper has a 3.9 GPA and has been a real leader for the team on and off the field.

Playing three sports the majority of his high school career, Harper decided to focus most of his attention on baseball as a senior but that doesn't mean he didn't play a big role for the Panthers on Friday nights.  Harper carried the “P” flag and went to every game last season, including the state championship loss at the Superdome in New Orleans.

Harper always knew he only had four years in high school and made sure he enjoyed them as much as possible.. and did.
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