Mile News Tagged Marble Falls High School

Track Star Leo Manzano Returns to Marble Falls After Olympic Silver

September 30, 2012

By Jazmine Ulloa, American-Statesman

MARBLE FALLS, Texas - It was a welcome back celebration of Olympic proportions for track star Leo Manzano on Sunday inside the Marble Falls High School auditorium.

More than 500 people roared with applause, whistling and cheering wildly as the silver...

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Marble Falls, Granite Shoals to Honor Olympian Leo Manzano with Parade, Music, Fireworks

September 20, 2012

By The River Cities Daily Tribune

MARBLE FALLS, Texas — The Highland Lakes will welcome home Olympian Leonel "Leo" Manzano on Sept. 30 with festivities, music and a parade from Marble Falls High School to Granite Shoals City Hall.

The former Granite Shoals resident and Marble Falls High...

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