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The Pinellas top 10

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published October 20, 2000


1. (1) Seminole (7-0) -- Taking care of business every week; can clinch playoff berth tonight.

2. (2) CCC (5-1) -- Marauders have taken their lumps at TC in the past. Not tonight.

3. (3) Gibbs (5-1) -- The Nov. 3 game against Tarpon Springs should be for the district title.

4. (6) Tarpon Springs (6-1) -- Putting it all together again following the Clearwater debacle.

5. (7) Largo (5-1) -- Preseason afterthoughts, the Packers can clinch a playoff berth tonight.

6. (4) East Lake (4-2) -- Caught looking ahead to Hillsborough vs. Tarpon-killing Clearwater.

7. (5) Countryside (5-2) -- An extremely welcome off week for the emotionally drained Cougars.

8. (8) Dixie Hollins (3-3) -- Rebels will pound Andre Hall at Spongers tonight in upset bid.

9. (9) SP Catholic (4-3) -- Barons gain and allow the most combined yards of any county school.

10. (10) Osceola (3-3) -- Warriors had last week off to prepare for tonight's clash vs. Gibbs.

Dropped out: None

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