It’s safe to say that next Friday’s Durant-Plant City game should be interesting.Plant City, which recently became a first-time champion of the annual Saladino Tournament, must forfeit its title.The Raiders defeated Durant 4-1 last Friday in the tournament’s championship. But days later it was disclosed that starter Jarod Wingo surpassed his pitch count limit. Wingo, a 16-year-old junior, was four pitches over the Florida High School Athletic Association’s limit of 95, according to Plant City coach Mike Fryrear.Per rule 4.1.3, pitchers between 15 and 16 years old may throw a maximum of 95 pitches on five days rest. Wingo threw 99 pitches in the complete-game win over Durant. The FHSAA enacted its new pitch count rule at the start of last season.For a complete breakdown of the pitch count rule, go here ."That’s my fault, I’ll wear it,'' Plant City coach Mike Fryrear said. "We knew (Wingo) was a young kid but we didn’t realize he was 16. I’ll own it. I just feel terrible for the kids, but they have been great.''Plant City, which already beat Durant 7-0 earlier in the season, will officially drop to 12-2. Fryrear said he will turn in the team trophy, as well as the players’ individual trophies, to Saladino tournament officials on Monday."That’s the part I hate the most,'' Fryrear said. "I hate that this has to happen to the Saladinos.''There will also be a meeting April 8 with Hillsborough County athletic director Lanness Robinson to discuss what to do about the championship.