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Fab five boys, girls basketball

Fab five boys basketball

Records through Wednesday

1. Ridgewood (16-2): Allowing 31 ppg over past four contests

2. Springstead (15-0): Conceivably could be 21-0 heading into Jan. 27 showdown with Land O'Lakes

3. Land O'Lakes (10-7): Surrendered 37 points to Darryn Frazier in Tuesday's loss to Central

4. Mitchell (11-5): Coach Larry Holden can get career win No. 400 tonight at River Ridge

5. Hudson (9-6): Had won three in a row entering Thursday's game vs. Nature Coast

Fab five girls basketball

1. Wesley Chapel (17-1): Could the loss to Mitchell ultimately be a good thing?

2. Wiregrass Ranch (17-1): Was seeking to wrap up district's top seed Thursday at Gulf

3. Nature Coast (13-5): Tuesday's rematch at Gulf could be a doozy

4. Gulf (16-3): Had won seven in a row entering Thursday's game vs. Wiregrass

5. Mitchell (8-6): Upset of Wesley Chapel propels Mustangs into fab five

Joey Knight, Times staff writer

Fab five boys, girls basketball 01/15/09 [Last modified: Thursday, January 22, 2009 8:57pm]
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