Leon High Life - April 24, 1933
Sports Editor, Tom Greene; Assistant Sports Editor, Jimmy Parramore
(Copies given to me by Mrs. Jimmy Parramore)
Although the Lions lost another baseball game Wednesday, their defeat was only in runs scored; for they played a good game and showed good spirit in the contest, which was with the very good Carrabelle teamJulian Proctor of Leon and Graddy of Carrabelle, engaged in a mound duel which ended 4 to 3.  The Mullets drew first blood when they eked out a run in the fifth inning on a single, an error and two infield outs.  Another run was tallied by the gulf coast team in the sixth on a triple by Ferguson and a sacrifice by Bradford.  In the seventh Leon scored three runs to get in the lead on three singles, a double, an error, and a sacrifice.  However, the lead was short lived as the Mullets came back in their half in the seventh to counter the winning run.  Julian Proctor was the leading hitter of the game, being the only player to get two hits. An unusually low number of errors was made, each team making three.  Also, each team collected five hits.
The box score:

Clemons  1b 4 0 0 11 0 1
Blalock  2b 4 0 0 0 2 0
McCollum  rf 4 0 0 3 1 0
Proctor  p 4 1 2 0 2 0
Wheeler  cf 4 1 1 2 0 0
Atkison  c 4 0 0 6 0 0
Alsobrook  3b 4 1 1 0 1 1
Parramore  ss 3 0 1 0 1 1
Ashmore  lf 2 0 0 2 0 0
TOTALS 33 3 5 24 7 3
Carrabelle 32 4 5 27 5 3

Two base hits, Wheeler, Graddy; three base hits, Ferguson; sacrifice hits, Ashmore, Bradford; stolen bases, Atkison; double plays, McCollum to Clemons; left on bases, Leon 3; Carrabelle 3; basses on balls, off Proctor 1; struck out, by Proctor 6, Graddy 12; passed balls, Atkison.

Leon High Life  - Special Senior Edition - May 22, 1933
Sports Editor, Tom Greene; Assistant Sports Editor, Jimmy Parramore
(Copies given to me by Mrs. Jimmy Parramore)

Coach Harrison's baseball team concluded its schedule season by dividing a doubleheader with Donaldsonville in the Georgia town.  Julian Proctor hurled both games for Leon and turn in masterful performances.  The Lions lost the first 2-0, and won the second, 4-3.
Pitching with nearly perfect control Saunders had the Lions eating out of his palm in the opener, but his successor in the second game could not outdo Julian's consistantly good mound work.
Score by innings:          R  H  E
Leon  000 000 0          0   2  7
Don   000 101 x           2   4  3
Batteries:  Leon - Proctor and Parramore  Don. - Saunders and Hadgen
Second Game               R  H  E
Leon  020 100 1           4   9  6
Don   020 001 0            3  6  8
Although the Lions have five wins and seven losses for their record against high school competition, the season can hardly be called unsuccessful.  With only three lettermen returned from last year's team to build upon, Coach Harrison developed a team which gave all competition a good fight.  One of the Lions' notable accomplishments was the splitting of a two game series with the Monticello high team, which won the state high school championship.  In the first game the Leon boys fell on the offerings of Roberts, all-state pitcher, for a total of eighteen hits and won the game 16-7.  The second game was lost by a score of 5-9.