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Pinellas: News and notes
By BOB PUTNAM and BRANDON WRIGHT, Times Staff Writers
Published October 11, 2007
Top three performances from last week
1. Jose Crescimbeni, Calvary Christian: A member of the Peruvian national team, Crescimbeni made the most of his first big high school competition this season, taking first in the 100 fly 49.01 and 100 back (50.70) at the FSPA meet in Orlando.
2. Jonathan Taddeo, Countryside: He came up big for the Cougars, taking third in the 200 IM (1:57.75) and finishing sixth in the 100 free (48.61) at FSPA.
3. Alex Glover, Palm Harbor U.: He took second behind Crescimbeni in the 100 fly (51.44) and was eighth in the 100 free (49.18) at FSPA.
Clearwater's Adam Pegg, one of the county's top forwards, orally committed to Delaware on Tuesday night. The 6-foot-10 senior chose Division I Delaware over offers from James Madison, Tennessee Tech, Princeton and Ole Miss.
"I feel like Delaware is a program on the rise," he said. "They made me feel like they really needed me in their program and that they had a plan for me."e_SClBPhoto galleries
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