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Updated: 11/13/2012 08:00:45AM

Tarpons win district title

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HERALD PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO
Charlotte High School’s Austin Taylor gets interviewed by the media for his game-winning kick.

HERALD PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO
Coaches for Charlotte High School have an after-game meeting with their players and fans to congratulate them for a job well done during the Nov. 5 playoffs that left the team with the district title.

HERALD PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO
Amari Washington, a Charlotte High School Tarpon, runs the ball during the playoff games held on Nov. 5.

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The Charlotte High School Tarpons celebrate on the field after their win to make it into the playoffs.

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The Charlotte High School Tarpon cheerleaders were on the sidelines cheering on their football players during the games held on Nov. 5.

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Charlotte High School’s Dwight Reynolds carries the ball through a line of Lemon Bay High School Manta Rays during district playoff games on Nov. 5.

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Charlotte High School Tarpons Clyde Newton and Kenneth Haynes get ready to meet the other game captains during the playoff games held at Port Charlotte High School Nov. 5.

By JENNIFER BRUNO

Photojournalist

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The Charlotte High School
Tarpons fought their way into the Nov. 5 District 7A-11 tiebreaker, taking on Port Charlotte and Lemon Bay high schools.

The Tarpons won the district title that night in games played at PCHS, and they will put their talents to the test on Nov. 17 in a playoff game against East Lee County High School.

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