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Class of the county

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published October 4, 2000

GARY BELL, East Bay football: He beefed up the defense to help secure a 21-19 win over Durant on Friday night. The senior defensive back made three fumble recoveries, one inside the East Bay 10-yard line, to help record the win.

JONATHON GILES, Jesuit football: He stepped in at tailback for injured teammate Aaron Fryer and helped the Tigers record a 35-6 win over St. Petersburg Catholic. Giles rushed for 206 yards and three touchdowns and added a 34-yard scoring reception.

DAVE MOORE, Sickles football: He stepped up to help the Gryphons break a 14-game losing streak in a 10-7 win over Wharton. The Sickles placekicker hit it between the goal posts from 18 yards out with 24 seconds remaining.

SARAH KIRKWOOD, Berkeley Prep volleyball: She led the Bucs' attack in a 15-11, 15-9, 5-15, 15-7 win over previously unbeaten Durant on Thursday night. The freshman outside hitter recorded 10 kills, 20 digs and an ace in the victory.

Previous winners

Girls cross country: Riverview -- Dee Dee Haefling.

Boys cross country: Berkeley Prep -- Rolf Steier; Sickles -- Adam Sisler.

Football: Armwood -- Ron Buskey; Brandon -- Rhett Soltas; Chamberlain -- Eddie Lee Ivery; Durant -- Chris Jones; Durant -- Jason Reider; Gaither -- Lydell Ross; Hillsborough -- Ian MacAlister; Jefferson -- Jeremy Burnett; Plant -- Devon Kennedy; Robinson -- Clark Green; Temple Heights -- Jeremy Gordon.

Boys swimming: Jesuit -- Brad Perez.

Volleyball: Durant -- Mallory Minichbauer; Tampa Prep -- Justine Patton.

-- 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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