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Golf: Mitchell third at CCC Invitational

BELLEAIR — West Orange won the CCC Invitational at Belleair Country Club on Saturday afternoon with a score of 293, two shots better than Sarasota Riverview.

Mitchell finished third (300), and defending champion Clearwater Central Catholic was fourth (302), Tampa Catholic fifth (308).

The individual championship went to Kyler Tate of West Orange, who shot 4-under 68. Michael Spinger of Mitchell and Mason Fox of Sarasota Riverview tied for second at 69, but Spinger won a one-hole playoff to earn the second-place trophy. Andrew Heric of CCC was one of three players who tied for fourth at 70.

Golf: Mitchell third at CCC Invitational 10/05/13 [Last modified: Saturday, October 5, 2013 8:44pm]
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