Pinellas Park inducting two into its first basketball Hall of Fame



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Thu. January 20, 2011 | Bob Putnam | Email

Pinellas Park will induct former coach Bob Heintz and former standout Sean Minton  into its first boys basketball Hall of Fame class before Friday night's home varsity game against East Lake.

Heintz was the Patriots' first coach and went 61-72 from 1976-81. In his final season (1980-81), Pinellas Park finished 20-6. He went on to coach at Countryside and helped develop former NBA standout Matt Geiger.

Minton (Class of 1988) was a four-year starter for the Patriots and still holds many of the school's  scoring records. 


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