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Class of the County

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published September 7, 2000


DEE DEE HAEFLING, Riverview cross country: She has started the season by beating some of the toughest runners in Hillsborough and Polk counties. The senior won the Winter Haven Kiwanis Meet in 18 minutes, 4 seconds, 35 seconds faster than her closest opponent.

CHRIS JONES, Durant football: He was a primary factor in the Cougars' 21-6 win over Wharton. The junior defensive lineman recovered two fumbles. IAN MACALISTER, Hillsborough football: He helped the Terriers get off to a good start as the field general in their 42-7 win over Blake. The junior quarterback completed 6 of 12 passes for 82 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

EDDIE LEE IVERY, Chamberlain football: He scored three touchdowns in the Chiefs' 19-16 win over Sickles. The Chiefs running back scored on a 1-yard plunge and a 17-yard run. He also scored on a 63-yard pass from Sam Culberth.

JEREMY BURNETT, Jefferson football: The Dragons junior recorded 5 tackles, 2 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries (one for 13 yards), scored a touchdown, blocked a punt and intercepted a pass in Jefferson's 56-0 win over Leto. All four of Burnett's efforts resulted in Dragon touchdowns.

Class of the County members are chosen by Times staff writers. Nominations can be made by coaches only to Scott Purks (226-3353) during office hours or to Terry Jones (684-2457), Sunday evening or Monday morning.

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