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Warhawk star on 4A all-state first team

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published January 7, 2001


D'Qwell Jackson of Seminole has been named to the Class 4A all-state team. Jackson, a junior, was selected as a linebacker.

Seniors Danny Shea of Palm Harbor University, Andrew Harris of Northeast and Donyelle Williams of Seminole were named to the second team. Shea was chosen as a kicker, Harris as a defensive back and Williams as an athlete.

Seniors Billy Henderson of Pinellas Park (running back) and Eddie Meyer of Countryside (wide receiver) are on the third team.

In 3A, Roshawn Marshall of Tarpon Springs was named to the first team. Marshall, a junior who played defensive back and wide receiver, was named to the team as a kick returner.

Andre Hall of Dixie Hollins, a senior, was named to the second team as a running back. Dusty Keseleski and Mike Lynche of Gibbs, both seniors, were named to the third team on the offensive and defensive line, respectively.

Achilleas Houllis, Charles Driver and Nelson Walker of Tarpon Springs, Cedric King and Ron Mathis of Gibbs, Stefan Granger and Darren Felder of Lakewood, Melvin Teartt of Dixie Hollins and Chris Fairchild of Dunedin were named honorable mention.

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