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For their own good
Fifty years ago, they were screwed-up kids sent to the Florida School for Boys to be straightened out. But now they are screwed-up men, scarred by the whippings they endured. Read the story and see a video and portrait gallery.
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SAC swimming today
Time: 9 a.m.Where: New Port Richey Recreation and Aquatics Center
Need to know: The Sunshine Athletic Conference meet concludes today with swimming events. This is the prelude to district swimming, which begins next week. Winners in each event will be crowned SAC champions as will the winning teams. There are no preliminary races at the SAC, just finals. The meet should last roughly five hours. The diving competition was held Friday.e_SClBWant more football?
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SAC committee will examine current structure
The Sunshine Athletic Conference recently held its fall meeting where a committee was formed to explore the pros and cons of dividing the conference, Pasco County athletic director Phil Bell said. No changes were made, and none are anticipated once the committee presents its findings in a May meeting. The idea behind dividing the conference has grown in popularity because of the increasing number of schools, Ridgewood athletic director Gary Anders said. There were seven schools 10 years ago. Today, the SAC includes all 11 county public high schools. Two ways to divide the SAC have been proposed - one based on population, the other on location. The population idea is supported by advocates such as Zephyrhills AD Craig Milburn, whose school has one of the smaller populations. But he recognized the appeal of an east-west split now that travel times across the county have increased. One more concern about a divide is that some schools may no longer play each other, which already is the case in football.