Gulf promotes girls basketball assistant



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Mon. May 21, 2012 | Matt Baker | Email

Gulf has promoted Clare Ennis to the Buccaneers’ head girls basketball coach, the school announced Monday.

Ennis was an assistant last season under Mike Quarto, the Times’ all-Suncoast coach of the year who resigned to pursue an administrative position.

Ennis inherits a Gulf team expected to be among the best in Pasco County. G/F Kayla Kivinski was the Times’ all-North Suncoast player of the year last season. The Buccaneers also return standout guards Kadejah Saunders and Lexy Schulman from a team that finished 28-3 and advanced to the Class 5A region finals.

Since 2003, Gulf has advanced to the playoffs seven times and won five district championships.

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