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Tue. January 19, 2010 | Bryan Burns

North County champion East Lake will battle South County winner Pinellas Park on Friday for the Pinellas County Athletic Conference championship.

East Lake (14-1-2) has fared well recently against county teams. The Eagles haven't lost to a Pinellas County school in two seasons. Pinellas Park (8-1-2) is a surprise entrant, but the Patriots knocked off Northeast and tied Lakewood -- their chief competitors --  to reach the title game.

Pinellas Park will host the championship, which is slated to kick off at 6:30 p.m.

Palm Harbor University won last year's title 1-0 over Lakewood in overtime.


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