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Powerman athletes chalk up impressive times

As part of the Powerman Florida Weekend, the Pasco Sprint Duathlon was held at the San Antonio Athletic Complex. The course went through the rolling hills nearby.

Athletes had to run a 4K (2.5 miles), bike 26.5K (19 miles) and then run another 4K, and many local participants had impressive times.

The following lists the runner's name, hometown and time: Jason Brennan, Dade City, 1:52:42; Anne Marie Oliveto, Trinity, 1:53:01; Deborah Wolfe, Brooksville, 1:58:24; Lydia Wilder, Land O'Lakes, 2:10:29; Kelly Winokur, Lutz, 1:49:09; Travis Ritter, Odessa, 1:50:10; Fernando Escobar, Dade City, 1:35:26; Jean Gendebie, New Port Richey, 1:42:11; Cheryl Gendebie, New Port Richey, 2:01:54; Erica Houseman, Lutz, 1:49:01; Devin Prinz, Land O'Lakes, 1:46:25; Gary May, Wesley Chapel, 2:09:02; Phil Findley, Odessa, 1:46:29; Jerry McCall, New Port Richey, 1:52:18; Laura Toll, Lutz, 1:53:58; and Patti Brennan, Dade City, 2:18:14.

FLAG FOOTBALL RESULTS: The Hernando County Flag Football League held its playoffs this past weekend, holding some good games to determine the champions.

James Jones Attorney — composed of Jimmy Varney, Reshad Terry, Ramsey Rastter, Jeff O'Brien, Roy Selway and John Brockman — won the Division A by beating Huntington in a best two out of three series.

Jones won 27-13 and 49-33, with Huntington taking one game 24-21.

In the B Division, Let It Ride — composed of Dave Cavalier, Ty Young, Rich Flammia, Andy Limbrecht, Butch Thompson, Mike Galizia Sr., Will Rueck, Travis Barlock and Mike Galizia Jr. — took the title. The team won by beating Topline 20-13, squeaking by the Bears 15-12 and taking down Hogan 20-13.

And in the C Division, Comfort Control — composed of Tyler Harman, Chris Haynes, Paul Whitmer, Dave Williams, Corey Schmitt, Chris Lillie and Gary Flugel — were crowned after topping the Untouchables 20-7 and Tampa Bay 36-14.

BASEBALL: The Pasco-Hernando Area Senior Baseball League is seeking players and teams for its winter season, specifically players 35 years or older.

The league hopes to field at least four teams in the adult division, with a nine-game schedule that begins Sunday.

Games will be Sundays, but the league will also have a weeknight "Game of the Week" and will play on high school and park fields throughout western Pasco County as well as the Spring Hill and Brooksville areas in Hernando County.

To register or to get more information, call (352) 683-1692.

HOCKEY: The Pasco County Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring an Open Floor Hockey night from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursdays at Veterans Memorial Park, 14333 Hicks Road in Hudson. Play is free and the games are designed for ages 16 and older. The games will be similar to street hockey.

For information, call (727) 861-3033.

AIRSOFT: Games take place starting at 2:30 p.m. Saturdays, or occasionally at 5:30 p.m. Fridays, at 7839 Leota Lane in New Port Richey.

The cost is $10 per player per day. Gun rentals are available.

For information, call Ben Bush at (727) 534-8833.

FOOTBALL: The Fellowship of Christian Sports and Activities, Inc. is looking for players to add to its eight-team league of six-on-six players.

Headed up by Chuck Howard in Clearwater, the league offers various sports while promoting Christian values.

The season begins in January and games are in Clearwater on Sundays. Games feature teams as far north as New Port Richey and include players from Hernando County.

Howard will find a local team in the vicinity of the player.

For more information, visit www.sixmantacklefootball.com or contact Howard at (727) 445-9675.

Submit upcoming events, registrations, info to [email protected]

Powerman athletes chalk up impressive times 12/15/08 [Last modified: Monday, December 15, 2008 5:49pm]
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