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Perhaps the biggest change in girls track this season is that Wes Newton, the Times' 2006 all-county coach of the year, has retired as Wharton's coach. It doesn't appear, however, that the Wildcats have missed a beat, placing second to Orlando Oak Ridge at Saturday's prestigious Steak 'n Shake Invitational under new coach Dan Mathis. By season's end, Wharton's Teona Rodgers possibly could be a state champion as a hurdler and sprinter.
By SCOTT PURKS
Published February 28, 2007
Marissa Manning Riverview, Senior State finalist in 100 and 200-meter races
Sarita McBride Armwood, Junior Among state's best at 400 meters
Jasmine Pope Plant City, Sophomore Contender for Class 4A state medal in 200 and 400 meters
Teona Rodgers Wharton, Senior Has chance to win 100 and 200-meter state titles
Andrea Bridges Tampa Bay Tech, Junior State finalist in long jump
Jennifer Chamblee Plant, Senior 50 seconds in 300 hurdles
Arielle Cusmano Freedom, Senior Placed 11th in Class 3A state 330 hurdles as junior
Jaymie Jennings Leto, Senior One of the top triple jumpers in the state
Marissa McElveen Blake, Sophomore Could win state title in Class 3A long jump
Chalisse Morse Freedom, Junior Region qualifier in long and triple jumps
Teona Rodgers Wharton, Senior Among top hurdlers in nation; defending Class 3A 100-meter hurdles champion
Devon Sweeney East Bay, Senior Sixth in Class 4A state finals
Lacy West East Bay, Senior Part of Indians' one-two vaulting punch
Erin Bailey Wharton, Freshman Up-and-coming talent placed high in cross country
Madison Clark Plant, Junior Helped lead 4x800 team to state finals
Angie Hegge Sickles, Senior A steady force in the 800 meters
Katie Quick Gaither, Senior Fourth in 2006 Class 4A cross country finals
Brigithe Moreno Plant, Junior Class 3A state champion in cross country