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Central High School Navy JROTC drill team kicks off new school year

The Central High School Navy JROTC drill team in Brooksville starts the school year off with practice every fourth period in preparation for events and competitions. In March, the Navy JROTC rifle drill team placed fourth at the state championship, which is held every spring in Oviedo, northeast of Orlando. "We should have a good team, especially with returning members from last year," said senior Jacob Bedotto, 17, of Spring Hill, the drill team leader.

Central High School Navy JROTC drill team kicks off new school year 08/23/13 [Last modified: Friday, August 23, 2013 6:50pm]
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