This was the caption that came with the pic on the internet Sat Jan 3rd.
Valdosta High head wrestling coach Benjy Scarbor presents Elizabeth Butler and Heather Butler, left, with red roses Friday afternoon during a pre-game ceremony honoring the late Valdosta Police Department Cmdr. Bill Butler. Butler volunteered his time every year since the early 1990s to announce at the Wildcat Invitational wrestling tournament. His son Chris was a wrestler, while his daughter Heather was a mat girl.
mom, me and Officer Sabrina Smith. Sabrina has been such a blessing to me and my family. She is the school resource officer for VHS and sang the National Anthem for the start of the tournament. She is also a Gator fan so I had to give her a little grief about her outfit, but then I said dad would have liked it!
From the internet on Sun Jan 4th
Perry McKinney of Berrien, who wrestled at 145 pounds, won the Cmdr. Bill Butler Sportsmanship Award, which was voted on by the referees.