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HARRIS' SUCCESS CONTINUES

Her title propels Sunlake; Zephyrhills gets back on top.

Sunlake's Kelly Harris became an individual medalist for the second time in two weeks, and Zephyrhills won its first district title since 1993 Tuesday at the Tampa Bay Golf and Country Club.

Harris, a sophomore who won the Sunshine Athletic Conference tournament last week, shot 80 to claim the Class 2A, District 15 title.

"I think districts is a lot bigger because we have a chance to go to regionals," said Harris, who will share that experience with her teammates since Sunlake took third with 430. "At conference, it's like practice for district."

Zephyrhills scored 407 and runnerup Land O'Lakes finished at 411. The Bulldogs were district runnerup the past two seasons.

"After coming close in the past couple of years I felt like we had a good chance to at least move on," Zephyrhills coach Ken Burgess said. "This was a little unexpected, actually. If we play our game and have a little fun, I think we'll do okay (at regionals)."

Sydney Owens led Zephyrhills with 91, third best for the tournament. Teammates Danielle Bahr (101) and Emily Nichols (105) finished fifth and sixth.

Land O'Lakes garnered two of the top spots overall with Eden Shirmohammad shooting 90 for second and fourth-place Estefania Guizar finishing at 92.

The three individual regional spots from players not on the top three teams went to Pasco teammates Kaylee Britton (110) and Ashtyn Schildt (112), and Wesley Chapel's Dana Mumaw (113).

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2A-17: AHN's Martin adds to titles

SUN CITY CENTER - For the third straight year, Holy Names' Emmy Martin took the top spot at the district tournament. Those titles are nice. But there's another on which she has her eye. "I'm looking to win the state tournament this year," said Martin, who posted 2-under 70 at Sandpiper Golf Club. Martin powered AHN to a team win, and the Jaguars finished with 309, 120 strokes better than second-place Robinson. Armwood finished third with 463.

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