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Golf district breakdown

By Compiled by RODNEY PAGE

© St. Petersburg Times, published September 7, 2000


TEAMS: Bradenton Bayshore, Bradenton Manatee, Bradenton Southeast, Boca Ciega, Clearwater, Countryside, East Lake, Lakewood, Largo, Northeast, Palm Harbor University, Pinellas Park, Seminole, St. Petersburg.

THE SKINNY: Boys -- Countryside, East Lake, Palm Harbor University and Bradenton Manatee are the top contenders. Seminole is always lurking, and if Largo has a good day, it could sneak into the regional tournament. Girls -- Clearwater, Palm Harbor University and St. Petersburg might be the only teams in the district.


TEAMS: Admiral Farragut, Calvary Christian, Canterbury, Clearwater Central Catholic, Dixie Hollins, Dunedin, Gibbs, Indian Rocks Christian, Lakeside Christian, Northside Christian, Osceola, Pinellas H.E.A.T., Shorecrest, St. Petersburg Catholic, Tarpon Springs.

THE SKINNY: Boys -- Tarpon Springs is the favorite behind No. 1 player Danny Allen. Osceola, with Brittany Lincicome playing No. 1 for the boys team, should also advance to regionals. St. Petersburg Catholic, Admiral Farragut, Canterbury and CCC also could contend. Girls -- It likely will be individuals only who advance to the regional tournament. Schools must have five girls to make a team, and most in this district do not.

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