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Tue. September 24, 2013 | Times Staff

Largo quarterback Donavan Hale, who missed the past two games with a sprained ankle, practiced this week and most likely will start on Friday.

"Donavan has been throwing, and he will definitely dress on Friday," Packers coach Rick Rodriguez said. "But he's still going to be a game-time decision."

Things are little less clear with Lakewood OL Isaiah Wynn. On Tuesday, Lakewood coach Cory Moore said Wynn is out for a second straight game due to a right ankle sprain.

"We're going to sit him out,'' Moore said. "It's not a district game, so we're not going to risk it. We'll have him back full strength for Boca Ciega. Isaiah is fine with that.''

Well, maybe not. 

After seeing a tweet that he was not going to play, Wynn tweeted back "*Will be playing.''

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