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Lancers named all-state

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times,
published May 31, 2001


Three Seminole Presbyterian players were named to the Class A All-State first team.

Freshman pitcher Justin Craig, senior catcher Adam Rogers and senior catcher Bobby Cupp (as a designated hitter) were honored.

The trio helped lead the Lancers to the District 9 title and an appearance in the state semifinals, where they lost to Jacksonville Arlington Country Day.

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