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Players to watch

By Compiled by RODNEY PAGE

© St. Petersburg Times, published September 7, 2000


BOYS

David Cosper, Sr., Countryside: A four-year player, Cosper is coming off one of his best summers. He won the Sam Parks Junior Invitational on Aug. 29 with a final round 67 at Belleair Country Club. He'll play No. 1 for the Cougars after playing Nos. 2-3 in the past. Brad Quiri, Sr., East Lake: East Lake's top golfer and one of the area's best juniors, Quiri finished fourth at the Florida Junior Golf Association's Memorial Day Classic against a strong field. A four-year player, Quiri is a state title contender.

Jason Overton, Sr., Palm Harbor University: The son of PGA professional Jay Overton, Jason is a four-year player and the Hurricanes' top golfer. He played in the shadow of Blake Elder and Josh Pierce but is now a team leader. A big driver, Overton plays better in the big tournaments.

GIRLS

Megan Riley, Sr., Largo: She'll play either No. 2 or 3 for the boys team and also play in select girls tournaments. Riley is a long driver, but her strength is on the putting green. She hopes to attend a Division I school on a scholarship.

Ashley Lamoureux, Jr., CC Catholic: A two-time district champion, Lamoureux enters her junior year with some momentum. She won the 16-18 age division of the Sam Parks Junior Invitational a week ago.

Brittany Lincicome, Fr., Osceola: She will play No. 1 for the boys team. Even though girls also play from the blue tees, Lincicome can drive the ball more than 250 yards. She won the 14-15 age division at the Optimist International Junior Championship last month.

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