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Updated: 12/04/2012 08:00:00AM

Tarpon shootout features area schools

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HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS
North Port High School Bobcat Matt Davis goes after Charlotte High School Tarpon Patrick Marlat during the second game of the day.

HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS
Mike Williams, Charlotte High School’s junior varsity boys basketball coach, talks to his players during halftime of the second game against the North Port High School Bobcats.

HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS
Mike Williams, Charlotte High School’s junior varsity boys basketball coach, talks to his players during halftime of the second game against the North Port High School Bobcats.

HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS
Charlotte High School Tarpon player Jackson Beers passes off the ball after coming under the pressure of the North Port High School Bobcats.

HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS
Despite the efforts of Charlotte High School’s Sam Noll, Jacob Desrosiers of North Port High School makes a basket to up the score.

HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS
Afton Folsom, a junior, and Kelsey Clark, a senior, keep the books for the Charlotte High School Tarpon junior varsity boys basketball team on Dec. 1 during the shootout.

HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS
Grant Marsh, a Charlotte High School Tarpon, sidesteps around Dylan Teixiera, who was playing for the North Port High School Bobcats, backing Teixiera into Tarpon player Jackson Beers.

HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS
Grant Marsh palms the ball while taking it down the court to the Charlotte High School basket.

By BETSY WILLIAMS

Photojournalist

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The Charlotte High School junior varsity boys basketball team hosted a tournament Dec. 1
for area schools. While there was no overall winner for the day, as the tournament was considered a shootout,
the Tarpons won the first game of the day but lost to the North Port High School Bobcats during the second match.
The Tarpons won the third game against Imagine School from North Port.

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