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Class 2A, district 6 meet

By JAMAL THALJI

© St. Petersburg Times, published April 19, 2001


WHO: Central, Hernando, Mitchell, Pasco, South Sumter, Wesley Chapel

fWHERE: Central's Bears Den Stadium

WHEN: Coaches meeting at noon today. Boys discus, long jump, high jump, girls shot put, girls long jump and pole vault start at 1 p.m. The 4x800-meter relay starts at 1:30. The boys shot put, triple jump, pole vault, discus and high jump start at 2:30. The running preliminaries (if necessary) are at 3. The running finals start at 5.

ADMISSION: $4

AT STAKE: Top four finishers in each event advance to the Class 2A, Region 2 meet at Central on April 26.

OUTLOOK: Any county boy's squad will be hard-pressed to overcome Central's depth and South Sumter's sprinters. The girls face an even greater challenge. Pasco has the talent, if not the numbers, to compete.

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