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Kingsford signs with SPJC

Tarpon Springs guard Stephanie Kingsford signed on Friday to play at St. Petersburg Junior College, said Spongers coach John Royal. Kingsford, a 5-foot-10 point guard, averaged 8.5 points, 5 assists and 3.2 rebounds a game and also played in the Pinellas County senior all-star game.

Royal said Kingsford would likely become a shooting guard at SPJC and back-up the point guard position.

"She did a nice job handling the ball," Royal said. "She has good range and can shoot three-pointers real well. She will be sorely missed next year."


Patricia Kimball, 64, for 13 years the teaching pro at Mainlands Golf Club, shot 75-75 at Club Med-Sandpiper in Port St. Lucie to win the Senior Division of the LPGA Teaching and Club Professional Division Section Championship April 20-21. Kimball's scores in the regular division would have tied for fifth on the par-72 course.


Three Seminole High football players have signed financial aid/athletic packages with secondary institutions, according to Warhawks coach Sam Roper. Jason Saxon will attend West Virginia Wesleyan, Frank Wintrich the Merchant Marine Academy, and Keith Powers Lenoir-Rhyne.


The 12 and under Clearwater Bullets recently won the first NSA tournament of the year, the April Classic, in Kissimmee. The team earned a berth in the NSA World Series later this year in Jupiter.

The Bullets defeated the Tampa Mustangs 7-6 in a tie-breaker in the final. Sara Stack's two-run double was the game winner, and Christina Van Wart. Ashley Hodges (.444), Carly Griffin (.389) and Dani Hofer (.357) were among the team batting leaders during the tournament. The Bullets (21-8) also have qualified for the ISA World Series.