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Pinellas: The week ahead

The week ahead

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Some of the can't-miss events in Pinellas County:

Girls soccer, St. Petersburg at Palm Harbor University, 6 tonight: Important district tilt between two of the top teams in 6A-7.

Boys basketball, Largo at Tarpon Springs, 7:45 tonight: Athletic teams will look to run up and down the floor in an early-season north county matchup.

Girls soccer, Osceola at Palm Harbor University, 6 Wednesday: Could be an early-season preview of the Pinellas County Athletic Conference title game.

Girls basketball, Gibbs at Clearwater, 7:45 Wednesday: This is a rematch of last year's PCAC championship game, which the Tornadoes won.

Girls basketball, St. Petersburg at Boca Ciega, 7:45 Thursday: South county rivals square off in a game featuring star power with the Green Devils' Kamika Idom and the Pirates' Latavia Dempsey and Tamara Taylor.

Wrestling, East Lake Invitational, Friday-Saturday: One of the top early-season tournaments features county teams as well as others from around the state.

Girls basketball, Clearwater at St. Petersburg, 5:30 Saturday: The Green Devils usually play the Tornadoes tough, and will have the help of the home crowd.

Boys basketball, Clearwater at St. Petersburg, 7:30 Saturday: The nightcap of a doubleheader pitting the top teams in the preseason super seven poll. The Tornadoes' Okaro White, who missed the past two weeks with a sprained ankle, should return.

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Pinellas: The week ahead 11/30/09 [Last modified: Monday, November 30, 2009 10:06pm]
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