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Lady Bulldogs earn basketball honors

Flagler Palm Coast’s Armani Walker and Tamara Henshaw were both selected to the Florida Association of Basketball Coaches girls All-State Second Team. The two were the catalysts to the Lady Bulldogs run to a district championship, first playoff victory since the 70s and a Final Four bid this past year.

Walker recently signed to play ball at Bethune-Cookman University, and Henshaw, just a junior, is already attracting many college recruiters.

Palm Coast Running Series winners

At the conclusion of the season, the Palm Coast Running Series crowned numerous runners that took first place at the Arbor Day 5K & one-mile Flutter Foam Fun Run Saturday May 2, at Central Park.
The female overall winner was Heidi Alves, and the female masters was Shawn Dortch. Female grandmasters Roseanne Stocker, senior grandmaster Pauline Gray, female 1-9 Megan Snyder and Mae Fasnacht, 10-14 Bryanna Pado and Kate O’Mahonney, 20-24 Ashley Peterson and Lauren Bennet, 25-29 Toni Yaple and Erin and Snider, 30-34 Kelly Brasol and Brooke Tucker, 35-39 Jenn Geiss and Margit Whitman, 40-44 Anna Crawford and Angie Torres, 45-49 Kirsten Mitchell and Heidi Carr, 50-54 Laura Wells, 55-59 Danette Mock and Loraine Hoffman, 60-64 Deborah Horst and Jeannie Burgess, 65-69 Terri Mazzeo and Joy Migliaro and 70-74 Carol Lager.

For the guys, Jody Marolf was the overall winner, and Christian Magnell took the masters. Paul Palmer won grand masters, and Donnie Walker won senior grandmasters. Winners in the 10-14 division were Sean Snyder and Richie Mock, 15-19 Ethan Hunter and Christopher Pane, 20-24 Tim Sanchez, 25-29 David Morden, 30-34 Christopher Knox and Drew Flugel, 35-39 Scott Hall and Jason Hartley, 40-44 Michael Pane and Joe Diguglielmo, 45-49 Laurent Alves and Pete Russo, 50-54 Kenneth Pado and Thomas Hurt, 55-59 Kris Lind and Roger Thibault, 60-64 Bob Hamlin and Bill Butler, 70-74 Bob Broadwater and Gerald LaPointe, 75 and older Jerry Lardinois.

FPC baseball eliminated in first round

The FPC Bulldogs (16-12-1) fell to the University Titans 6-0 in the Region 1-8A quarterfinals Thursday, April 30, at FPC.

The Bulldogs reached the playoffs by winning its second district baseball championship in the school’s program.



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