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Pinellas All-Star Football Classic box

Pinellas All-Star Football Classic

When: Tonight, 7 Where: Clearwater High Admission: $6. No passes. Parking: $3

Who: Public and private school seniors selected by coaches.

North squad

Calvary Christian — Thomas Hooten; Clearwater — Ryan Cheney; Clearwater Central Catholic — David Coia, Paul Freedman, Joe Larach, Chris Taylor; Countryside — Blake Johnson, Pete Kontodiakos, Dawrence Roberts, Richard Shockley, Derek Wolfinberger; Dunedin — Darius Bellamy, Avery Chisolm, Jahron Jackson, Bryan Morris, Kyle Pedretty; East Lake — Billy Byrne, T.J. Herman, Phil Trump, Ryan Weitz; Indian Rocks Christian — Max Heard, Lou Mason, Jonny Sitton; Palm Harbor University — Joey Kenyon, Mitch Purse, Sean Shelton; Seminole — Mike Gallace, Joe Lamoureux, Corey Schomp; Tarpon Springs — Stamatis Damalos, Danny Reyes, Miles Toli, Bobby Vavlas, Ben Wright

South squad

Admiral Farragut — A.J. Augustine; Boca Ciega — Julius Forte, Steven Dummerveal, Darrian Skinner; Dixie Hollins — Gerard Atkins, Jacob Bellman, Josh Brown, James Worthen; Gibbs — Damond Brinson, Jacobie Dandy, Marc Edwards, William Latu, David Washington; Keswick Christian — Doug Sanson, Jakobi Wheeler; Lakewood — Ian Autry, Erik Cuoco, Darryl Evans, Marcus Jackson; Northeast — Jimmy Bush, Steve Marshall, Admir Mujakovic, Tim Tisdale, Juarez Wynn; Osceola — Renard Rowe, Austin Tottle; Pinellas Park — Will Smith; Shorecrest — Jack Schroeder; St. Petersburg — Te'Jay Brown, Jon Bryant, Alec Haynes, Marques Sumbry, Barry Williamson; St. Petersburg Catholic — Jon Halapio, T.J. Snead

Pinellas All-Star Football Classic box 12/17/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 23, 2008 6:36pm]
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