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Updated: 05/15/2013 08:02:35AM

Tarpons’ softball awards
ceremony marks end of season

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HERALD PHOTO BY STEVE KNAPP
Players for the junior varsity softball team are Rebecca Baldwin, Mary Boyd, Samantha Burnett, Ashley Campbell, Amanda Fabian, Kaitlin French, Chelsea Jervis-Wagner, Christina LePoint, Trisha Peralta, Ella Sagarese, Autumn Scott, Taylor Thompson, Jenna Van Hatten and Madison Weekley.

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The seniors that have played their final game with the Charlotte High School Tarpons are Alice Horton, Miranda Johnson, Keri Dennison, Jen Gering, Angelina Peralta and Alexis Tyre. Coach Greg Higgins is in the back row.

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Members of the 2013 Tarpon varsity softball team are Kendall Chavarria, Keri Dennison, Courtney Sunnarborg, Jessica Valerius and Alexis Tyre (shown in front row), and Nicole Willette, Jen Gering, Rylee Garand, Miranda Johnson, Alice Horton, and Kayla Johnson. Missing were Haley Fox and Angelina Peralta (shown in back row).

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Coach Greg Higgins shows his award given to him by the team for their appearance in the “toilet bowl” championship game in Miami this past season.

By STEVE KNAPP

Sports Writer

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Charlotte High School Tarpons head softball coach Greg Higgins gave out awards for the varsity and junior varsity softball teams at an awards ceremony on May 7. Higgins said, “This team had unbelievable potential, but they didn’t realize it until late in the season. We had a solid core of players that were all very good. We didn’t have to rely on one superstar to carry us.”

Higgins will lose six of his players to graduation this week. Those were a special group to him since they had been with him in all four of his years as head coach at Charlotte High School. With a JV team that went 16-4 during the season, he should have plenty of players to take their places.

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