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Hillsborough: Region track preview

Region Track

Class 2A Region 3

When/where: Thursday, noon, Titusville Astronaut

Local teams: Berkeley Prep, Holy Names (girls only), Jesuit (boys only), Lennard, Robinson, Spoto, Tampa Catholic

Admission: $6

Class A Region 3

When/where: Friday, 11:30 a.m., Naples Community School

Local teams: Bayshore Christian, Cambridge, Tampa Prep

Admission: $6

Athletes to watch

Sandra Barlaan

Holy Names (300 hurdles)

Won districts at the wire

Richard Blake

Berkeley Prep (3,200)

Had comfortable win at districts

Auston Chen

Berkeley Prep (discus, shot put)

A threat in both events

Olivia D'Angelo

Berkeley Prep (3,200)

Eight-second win at districts

Lauren Knoke

Tampa Prep (1,600, 3,200)

Was second in both events at districts

Julius Mcpherson

Tampa Catholic (high jump)

Finished second at districts

Danielle Michiels

Berkeley Prep (triple jump)

Won districts with jump of 33-04.50

Chris Friedrich

Tampa Prep (800)

Edged teammate for a district title

Trevor Funk

Tampa Catholic (discus)

Won a district title by nearly 4 feet

Charles Klug

Berkeley Prep (300 hurdles)

Posted time of 41.08 seconds to win district

Page Price

Berkeley Prep (800, 1,600)

Among the state's best

Andy Ratchford

Jesuit (shot put)

District runnerup by 1.25 inches

Connor Revord

Jesuit (800, 1,600)

Dual winner at districts

Tahire Robertson

Cambridge (high jump)

Hit 6-0 at districts

Maddie Schmidt

Tampa Catholic (100 hurdles)

A very solid sophomore

Stephen Warner

Tampa Prep (800, 1,600)

Solid competitor in both events

Boys 4x400, Lennard

Has ability to reach state

Boys 4x800, Robinson

Topped Jesuit in district thriller

Girls 4x800, Berkeley Prep

District champs by nearly 13 seconds

Girls 4x800, Tampa Prep

State qualifying potential

Hillsborough: Region track preview 04/15/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, April 15, 2008 5:39pm]
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