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Palm Harbor University: Spring football capsule

Palm Harbor University quarterback Sean Shelton, 
a three-year starter, will lead the offensive attack.

JOSEPH GARNETT JR. | Times (2007)

Palm Harbor University quarterback Sean Shelton, a three-year starter, will lead the offensive attack.

Around the county in 30 days

A daily spring preview of every football program in the county.

Palm Harbor University

Coach: Pete Just (third season, 7-13)

Last season: 4-6

District: 5A-9 (Clearwater, Countryside, East Lake, Dunedin)

Key losses: RB/DB Dajaun Bush,

TE/LB Kevin Dickinson, OL/DL Cody Donnelly, RB/DB Jeff Phillips

Who's back: TE/DL Chaz Green,

OL/DL Mark Hansson, OL/DL Julian Matusewitz, QB Sean Shelton

What's new: The Hurricanes lost a 1,000-yard rusher in Bush and a productive tight end in Dickinson. But the offense should still be in good shape in large part because of a mammoth offensive line. The running game will be handled by committee, Just said, and the passing attack is led by three-year starter Shelton at quarterback.

Audible: "I thought we got a lot better last season. Hopefully this is the year we get over the hump." — Just

Did you know?: The Hurricanes have never had a winning season.

Bob Putnam, Times staff writer

Spring game Tonight vs. Gibbs

2008 schedule

Sept. 5 vs.

Tarpon Springs

Sept. 12 at Largo

Sept. 19 at Seminole

Oct. 3 vs.

Dixie Hollins

Oct. 10 vs. Countryside

Oct. 17 at Osceola

Oct. 24 at Clearwater

Oct. 31 at

East Lake

Nov. 7 vs. Dunedin

Nov. 14 vs. Pinellas Park

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