High School Sports

March 11, 2009 12:15 PM

10th Capitol Classic golf tournament starts Thursday

Quality field features 26 teams, including 14 Top 10 state finishers in 2008. Defending state champions Dutch Fork and A.C. Flora headline Midlands entries.

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