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After a three-year break from playing each other, one of the most competitive football rivalries in southwest Florida resumes Friday night when the Charlotte Tarpons travel to play the Venice Indians at Powell-Davis Stadium.

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PUNTA GORDA – The Charlotte High School boys and girls swimming teams were outnumbered by an almost 2-1 margin. But head coach Jeff Cain was confident that quality would win out over quantity.

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ENGLEWOOD – The Port Charlotte High School volleyball team was two points away from defeat before it came storming back to defeat Lemon Bay on the road 3-2 (25-14, 22-25, 25-10, 21-25, 15-13) Tuesday in a non-district matchup.

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A season of surprises continued for North Port (4-3) Tuesday, giving perennial powerhouse Gulf Coast a battle they weren’t expecting.

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The Lady Pirates cross country team began trickling back into the school parking lot around 6 a.m. Tuesday morning after a distance run. One after another they ran down the dimly-lit driveway, exhaling once they reached their resting point.

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PUNTA GORDA – For the Charlotte High School swimming team, it was the younger swimmers who took center stage at their first full meet of the season Saturday.

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The DeSoto Bulldogs fought gallantly, playing with only an 18 man roster against Avon Park in the Bulldogs home opener. A couple of long touchdown passes eventually led to a 27-13 loss.

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