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Laker (Wesley Chapel Edition)

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Laker (Wesley Chapel Edition)
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Wesley Chapel, FL
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Community News Publications, Inc., Diane Kortus - Publisher
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August 29, 2018
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LAKERLUTZNEWS.COMThe LAKER WESLEY CHAPEL/NEW TAMPA EDITION The LAKERFreeNOVEMBER 21, 2018 Auto Accident? Slip and Fall? FREE CONSULTATIONNo Fees Or Costs Unless You Win Walk-Ins WelcomeHelpingInjuredPeople.com 18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) HOLLIDAY KARATINOSLAW FIRM, P.L. I Will Aggressively Fight To Protect Your Legal RightsŽCall AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 CORNERSTONEPROS.COM813-990-0561 $25 OFF SERVICE REPAIRA/C, Plumbing or Electrical $39.95 Service callMon-Fri 7am-5pm LK/LZ LK/LZ Same-Day Service Free 2nd Opinion* Free Estimates** 24/7 Emergency**Free estimates for new A/C, water heater, water treatment, whole home generators, whole home repipe and electrical panel upgrade. *Free second opinion with written diagnosis from another company.CAC1816647 CFC1428982 EC0001103 Must present coupon. cannot be coMbined.one per visit. exp 11/30/18. Must present coupon. cannot be coMbined.one per visit. exp 11/30/18.WINNER 2012-2017 Air Conditioning € Plumbing € Electrical Crafted by using construction paper, aluminum foil and lentils, 19year-old freshman Dinesh Kittusamy holds his rain stick to his ear, to listen to the sound it makes, which is similar to falling rain. Native Americans construct rain sticks out of hollow cacti that are dried in the sun. During times of drought, they use the instrument with the belief that it can summon a rainstorm. A closer look at 20-year-old sophomore Carla Sanchez’s hands, as she weaves yarn around the hoop of her dreamcatcher. Trying to keep it as authentic as possible, natural hemp was used for the web and the Ojibwe tradition for the stitches was followed. CHRISTINE HOLTZMAN Celebrating Native American Heritage Students at Saint Leo University had a chance to learn more about the Native American people and culture during a week-long ser ies of programs during Native American Heritage Month. Activities at the campus on State Road 52 in St. Leo included giving students a ch ance to make their own rain stick or dreamcatcher. Trying to keep the exercise as authentic as possible, the group used natural hemp fo r the dreamcatcher web and followed the Ojibwe tradition for the stitches. Traditionally placed over cradles, the item is used as a protec tive charm, as well as a way to filter out bad dreams. The dreamcatcher web replicates a spider web — to catch anything that comes into contac t with it. The Multicultural and International Services office provides aid and support for the university’s international and study abroa d students. Above, 18-year-old freshman Rashawnda Smith, of Tampa, left, places the finishing touches on her dreamcatcher as Paige RamseyHamacher, the executive director for Saint Leo University’s Multicultural and International Services office, helps by holding i t in place. B INSIDE, PAGE 1B By Brian Fernandesbfernandes@lakerlutznews.comIt’s that time of year again. Turkeys stock home freezers. Plans are made to gather with friends and family — whether they live a few miles away, or across the country. There’s the anticipation of a veritable feast of Thanksgiving football games, and the not-so-subtle signs that Christmas is just around the corner. And, as this day set aside for gratitude approaches, millions of Americans may choose to observe decades’ old traditions, while others try something new and spontaneous. For some, it will just be a regular Thursday. We talked with residents in The Laker/Lutz News coverage area to see if they have special plans for Thanksgiving, and what the holiday means to them personally. For Carol Duren, a homemaker from Lutz, the spirit of Thanksgiving is not something attached to a specific day on a calendar. “Every day is thankfulness to God,” Duren said. As a native Californian, Duren reSee THANKSGIVING, page15A Thanksgiving: Savoring turkey and nostalgia Carol DurenBy Brian Fernandesbfernandes@lakerlutznews.comAn animal service worker and an attorney were among nearly two dozen guests who dropped into Wesley Chapel High School on Nov. 14 to talk about their careers as part in the Great American Teach-In. The goal is to give students an idea of the broad array of career choices they have, and to allow people from the community a chance to share their knowledge about what students need to know to thrive in their line of work. Schools across Pasco, Hillsborough and Pinellas counties took part in the Great American Teach-In on Nov. 14 and Nov. 15. Speakers talked about what they do for a living, what inspired them to pursue that line of work, and what skills and knowledge they need to be successful. The event gives students a chance to hear directly from professionals. It also can introduce them to career choices they may not know about, and can be a source of inspiration to pursue additional education. Teach-In speakers at Wesley Chapel High ranged from nurses and marketing administrators to radio personalities and aviation technicians. When one student mentioned she’d heard that law is a boring major, criminal defense attorney Clementine Conde responded: “It depends on the type of law that you do. Once you get out there and practice, it’s a lot more interesting.” Conde told students that studying law can be daunting, but the reward outweighs the work. Since receiving a bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami, then a law degree from Western New England University, she has been practicing legal work for 26 years. During her class visit, she broke down the difference between the federal and state court system, and she emphasized how a police record can hinder getting into a school or landing a job. She said it’s important to know one’s Miranda rights, to avoid self-incrimination. “A lot of them [students] don’t know they have the right to remain silent if an officer is asking them questions,” said Conde. “It’s important for them to know.” As she left the class, she offered a piece of advice that she gives her own 16-year-old son. She told them to set a long-term goal, a vision which is obtainable. Kymone Hinds, another guest speaker, said he hopes to help others to “see past the limits that others have put on them and the limits they’ve placed on themselves.” Hinds shared his experiences as an author, podcaster, and the owner of a business called Ideas to Life. His business revolves around coaching and consulting inspiring entrepreneurs, while collaborating with other companies for projects and events. BRIAN FERNANDESClementine Conde, left, an attorney, and Sarah Sukhram, an associate at Pasco County Animal Services, took part in the Great American Teach-in at Wesley Chapel High School on Nov. 14.Great American Teach-in exposes students to careers See TEACH-IN, page15A Indoor rec center coming soon to Wesley ChapelBy B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comBack when plans were originally developed for the Wesley Chapel District Park, the intention was to build an indoor recreation center as part of the complex, said Pasco County Commissioner Mike Moore.“Over time, with the downturn and people were saving money — cutting budget, it never happened,” Moore said. Now, plans for the indoor center are again proceeding for the district park at 7727 Boyette Road, in Wesley Chapel. “I asked it to be put in last year’s budget,” Moore said, noting he expects the county to soon select a design firm to design the building. A county staff committee reviews the qualifications of those seeking to do the design work, Moore said. “Once they choose the firm that meets the qualifications, they bring their choice to us,” Moore said. Generally, that’s apSee REC CENTER, page15A

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SUBSCRIPTIONS: The Laker/Lutz News is a free newspaper distributed to 44,800 homes and businesses in Pasco and Hillsborough counties. Mail subscriptions are sold to cover postage cost: $40/3 months, $80/6 months, $160/12 months. DELIVERY PROBLEMS:If you do not receive your paper, or want to stop home delivery, email ken@floridacirc.com. Or, to stop delivery, go to www.lakerlutznews.com, select About tab and complete Opt Out form. ADDITIONAL COPIES: A listing of boxes and business locations is on our home page at www.lakerlutznews.com. EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for stories and news coverage are welcome. Please send ideas to news@lakerlutznews.com, or call our newsroom at 813 -909-2800. ADVERTISING ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the space cost for the first insertion, or for the validity of claims made by advertisers. MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber, Greater Zephyrhills Chamber, Greater Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Association, Free Community Papers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Newspapers, Independent Free Newspapers of America.Advertising and editorial content by Manatee Media Inc. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without prior written permission from the publisher. The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS ADVERTISINGLOCATION: 3632 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 102 Land O Lakes, FL 34639 MAIL: P O. Box 479 Lutz, FL 33548 PHONE/FAX: ph: 813.909.2800 fax: 813.909.2802 IT SUPPORT: STEVE MISTRETTA WEBSITE: www.lakerlutznews.com FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/lakerlutznews TWITTER: www.twitter.com/lakerlutznews EMAIL: news@lakerlutznews.com sales@lakerlutznews.comPUBLISHER & OWNER: DIANE KORTUS, dkortus@lakerlutznews.com LUTZ, ODESSA, LAND O LAKES, WESLEY CHAPEL, NEW TAMPA, ZEPHYRHILLS, DADE CITY Serving Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 BRIAN FERNANDESStaff Writer bfernandes@lakerlutznews.comB.C. MANIONEditor bcmanion@lakerlutznews.comKEVIN WEISSStaff Writer kweiss@lakerlutznews.comMARY RATHMANEditorial Assistantmrathman@lakerlutznews.comEDITORIALDISTRIBUTION: Florida Circ, LLC ken@floridacirc.com 813-948-5237 DESIGN ACCOUNTINGMATTHEW MISTRETTAArt Directormmistretta@lakerlutznews.comSTEFANIE BURLINGAMEGraphic Designersburlingame@lakerlutznews.comMARY EBERHARDmeberhard@lakerlutznews.com CUSTOMER SERVICE CAROLYN BENNETTcbennett@lakerlutznews.com JEFF CHRISTYAccount Managerjchristy@lakerlutznews.comTERRI WILLIAMSONSenior Account Managertwilliamson@lakerlutznews.comJEAN CALDWELLAccount Managerjcaldwell@lakerlutznews.comRACHEL THOMPSONClassified & Directory Salesrthompson@lakerlutznews.com IS YOUR HOME MAKING YOU SICK? Introducing: PUREmist Disinfects Against Cold Flu Salmonella Norovirus Herpes Hepatitis B Mold Mildew Odor www.maidbrigadepuremist.com To find out more, visit or call 813.961.5900Angelica MunozOffice Manager IS YOUR HOME MAKING YOU SICK?PUREmist Treatment$5000VALUE LAKER $5000VALUE 5461451W 1W 813-546-1451 813-546-145 51W 813-546-1451 W 20%-50% O YTHIN%O RY EVER%5 EVER RY YTHIN VE BUSINESS E 546 S1 BUS GOING OU INESS 813-546-1451 W 1451 THIN 1451YTHIN GOING OU OINGOU in inzcom inz.com tF tF tF t We We We We OFF NOFF in in NG tF tF et et S SA S SALE UT SSALE We O NG UTOF TO s Blv d e k a L an d O 4 6 08 L 20%50% %50% %50NSBIK %50NSBI ( US 41 2 s e k a L a n d d ., L d O of SR 54 ) h t s n or mile 4109 4109 LAN D T $ 6 Ev MO ( INSIDE BP GA S D OLAKES BLVD. Taino Criollo Caf shFriedGreenor Crus R EADY T O GO! 6 .96 L UN C H SPE C IAL S ery Day OFONGOFRIDAYS A S T B REAKF A G e Y e MO B u T L U N C H DESSE R 50% OFF! e t 1 Sandwich u y 1 (Shri m e llow Plantain with Cru OFONGO FRIDAYSC R TS C ATERIN G shFriedGreenor 10 Sandwich Options)$6.96Chicken or m p, Pork ush Fried Green or C ubans COURTESY OF BENJAMIN WATTERS, SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY

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Refreshments will be served, new dance fashions will be modeled and shoppers will receive generous discounts. We carry dancewear from basics to high fashion, for dancers of all ages for ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, acrobatics, flamenco, gymnastics, cheerleading and ballroom. We even stock sensory approved tights for children with those needs, said Jackson. As a special needs mom herself, Jackson understands the need for inclusivity in the dance studio. Trained by master fitters from Russia, Italy, Bulgaria, England and New York, Jackson has been fitting pointe shoes for more than 10 years and is exceptionally qualified as now a master fitter herself to size dancers with the correct shoe and perfect fit. There is probably no more important decision in ballet than the purchase of a first pointe shoe. An ill-fitted shoe can lead to injury temporarily or permanent." said Jackson. The pointe shoe has to fit perfectly, Jackson explains, because if the shank is broken, aka a dead shoe, a dancer could roll her ankle also leading to shortening her career. I get to know the shape, style and dimensions of your foot, and how the foot works going from flat to demi-pointe to pointe, said Jackson. Dance Gear can also accommodate custom shoe orders for sizes wider or longer than the normal, we even can size pointe shoes for boys/men. Jackson enjoys getting to know her customers and educating them so they understand the fitting process and the importance of a properly fitted dance shoes. Parents appreciate how I follow their children as they grow, mature and advance in each level of dance. This personal knowledge helps me fit their child for their next shoe or garment, said Jackson. As a dance mom herself, she knows from personal experience how knowledge helped her children become better dancers. 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Like Conde, Hinds, who has a daughter at Wesley Chapel High, wanted students to take away the message that it is important to have some agenda set in place, even if things don’t pan out the way they were intended. “I wanted them to understand that it’s important to have a vision for your life,” he explained. “A vision is something that carries us beyond our present circumstance. When we face obstacles, our vision is what keeps us motivated,” he said. Sarah Sukhram, an animal service worker, told students that no matter what skills they possess, they may find themselves in a field they never imagined. With an education in corporate risk analysis, Sukhram had no idea that she would one day find herself dealing with the issue of stray animals. But since January, she has worked for the Pasco County Animal Services in Land O’ Lakes as a volunteer and foster care coordinator. Although she has always had a love for animals, she never thought her skills in corporate risk analysis would be transferrable into caring for animals. She encouraged students who were at least 16 to consider becoming volunteers. She also asked how many of the students own pets, followed by a question regarding how many of the pets wear tags or have been micro-chipped. More hands went up for the first question than for the second. Many pets, she said, end up in shelters because of a lack of identification. Besides working directly with animals, other opportunities exist at Animal Services, including social media work, graphic design and customer service, she said. Sukhram said that students shouldn’t have to feel boxed in to higher education, but instead should focus on what they are passionate about doing. “I think that education is always important, but I do think there are a lot of opportunities out there for those that may not want to go the college route, and that’s OK,” she said.TEACH-IN, from page 1A calls a time when it was easier for families to spend Thanksgiving together. It’s harder to achieve that unity today because loved ones are scattered and people work odd work hours, she said. However, she said she’s looking forward to spending Thanksgiving with her children, who live out of state. She also plans to dine on traditional favorites, including cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie and mashed potatoes. Maryhelen Zopfi, also of Lutz, said Thanksgiving in her home is different from the Thanksgivings of her childhood. “When I was growing up, everybody came and had dinners together,” Zopfi said. “Now, everybody seems to go out to restaurants to have dinners.” She and her husband, Simon, have been married for 49 years. Sometimes, they host Thanksgiving dinner, while other times they travel out of town. In Zopfi’s mind, Thanksgiving is similar to Veterans Day — because it’s intended to be a day set aside for gratitude. She and her husband have shared the same holiday table for decades, but their choice of food is different. “He likes the turkey and I’m vegan, so I’ll go for the vegetables,” Zopfi said. CELEBRATING OLD TRADITIONS, MAKING NEW ONESLand O’ Lakes resident Frances Laverghetta has a personal claim on the holiday. “I was born on Thanksgiving, so it’s meaningful to me,” the Tampa native said. She plans to spend the holiday with her son and his family, in Spring Hill. And, she said there’s zero chance that she’ll decline a chance to enjoy a nice slice of pumpkin pie. Land O’ Lakes resident Anna Sykora, who originally hails from Ohio, has fond memories of old traditions — such as the sweet potato sauce, a special family dish that she still enjoys today. But she embraces creating new traditions, too. Celebrating the holiday is more than just a ritual, Sykora emphasized. It aims to honor what really matters in life. “I’m grateful for what I have – my family,” said Sykora, and, she added, she’s also thankful to be in good health. Land O’ Lakes resident Larry Peteet, a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, takes a certain patriotic pride in celebrating Thanksgiving. Now an independent software consultant, Peteet said his outlook about Thanksgiving differs markedly from when he was young. Back then, he said, it was all about being out of school for the holiday. “It was never about giving thanks,” Peteet said. His attitude has shifted because he now appreciates the value of gratitude. His enthusiasm for traditional Thanksgiving foods has not wavered a bit, however. “Turkey and ham [are] phenomenal,” raved Peteet. “I love the creamed green bean casserole. Sweet potatoes are awesome with marshmallows.” Living alone at Thanksgiving can be tough, Peteet added, noting his family lives in Alabama and South Carolina. Still, he plans to make the best of the holiday by spending it with his British Labrador, Sandy Girl. Seventy-one-yearold John Mathe, of Dade City, is looking forward to the holiday festivities. With grown children living in both Florida and Pennsylvania, it’s difficult to gather everyone together for the joyous occasion, he said. “You always long for those old traditions – lots of people, long tables, lay down on the couch and you go to sleep,” he reminisced. He also noted, with a chuckle, that he looks forward to having foods he knows he shouldn’t — because he’s diabetic. Mathe said the holiday should prompt consideration of those who are less fortunate. “They need to be thought about,” Mathe said, and they need to know that people care about them. Kristine Johnson, a Dade City resident, said her family celebrates when they can get the family together — usually a day or two before Thanksgiving because her daughter works in retail. Though not celebrating on the specific holiday, the family does have a tradition: They enjoy wildlife and go camping, she said. Also, in her opinion, when it comes to turkey stuffing, there’s only one way to serve it properly: With the dressing in the bird, not on the side. Zephyrhills resident Betty Harris has lived in Florida for 45 years, by way of Tennessee. She adopted her daughter 25 years ago, and said Thanksgiving reminds her of the precious nature of life. Her Thanksgiving menu features many of the foods she enjoyed while growing up, including sweet potato casserole, green beans and mashed potatoes. Carolyn Clark, a Zephyrhills bus driver, said it’s a priority for her to spend Thanksgiving with her family — back where she grew up in Texas. When it comes to the menu, she said she won’t settle for anything less than ham, turkey and dressing.THANKSGIVING, from page 1A proved by the board without debate, he said. He expects the indoor recreation center to be similar to the building at the Land O’ Lakes Recreation Complex, on Collier Parkway in Land O’ Lakes. The center will be approximately 15,000 square feet, and the budget for the project is approximately $3 million, Moore said. He knows the indoor center will be a welcome addition to the community. “I’ve been very involved at Wesley Chapel District Park for a number of years,” he said, noting he’s coached baseball, soccer and flag football. “There’s a lot of people out there on a daily basis,” Moore said. “Right now, they’re playing basketball outside. The leagues are playing outside, plus, just the general public is playing outside. “Well, the downfall, it’s hot in the summer — and then, rain,” Moore said. “You figure if it’s 100 degrees outside, it’s 120 (degrees) on that court.” An indoor facility can be used yearround, he noted. And, “it doesn’t matter what the weather is like outside. It doesn’t matter how hot it is.” Plus, he said, “it’s just a safer environment for the kids.” The new center also will give the community a chance to offer volleyball leagues, Moore said. “I know for a fact, a lot of the girls and guys who are playing in volleyball are going to other places, whether it be Collier Parkway or New Tampa,” Moore said. But, sports-minded people aren’t the only ones who will benefit, he said. It also will create a new gathering space for the community. He envisions a wide range of people using the center, such as the Rotary Club, community associations, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, aerobics classes, yoga classes, and various other classes and organizations. “Think about those things they’re doing at Collier (Land O’ Lakes Recreation Complex), we could do them here,” Moore said. “I think about some of our retirees, our seniors, during the day — people could have Bridge Club or knitting.” Right now, there are about 500 boys and girls in the basketball league each year, ranging from age 7 to 17, and there are no volleyball leagues at the park. “My assumption is that you would see the leagues increase. “I think it’s a deterrent for people to join when you play outdoors, because of the heat and everything,” he said. There will be more parking, too. “When you expand capacity, obviously you need additional parking,” Moore said. He hopes the center is completed in time to open in early 2020. REC CENTER, from page 1A John Mathe Maryhelen and Simon Zopfi, married for 49 years, always look forward to spending Thanksgiving with their granddaughter. Larry Peteet, a veteran, said his family lives in other states. He said he’ll take pleasure in spending this Thanksgiving with his British Labrador, Sandy Girl.

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YOUR HOLIDAY HELPEROrder your holiday dinner online. Thats everyday easy.publix.com/orderPlease place orders at least 48 hours in advance. 16A www.LakerLutzNews.com November 21, 2018 Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community Sports Community Sports State championship round-upThe Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) recently wrapped up its state championship meets for the sports of golf, cross country and swimming & diving. Here is a closer look at how local schools and athletes fared from the Laker/Lutz News coverage area:2018 FHSAA GOLF STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTSMeets held at Mission Inn Resort & Club, in Howey-in-the-HillsNOTABLES:—Gaither junior Tyler Wilkes registered the lowest score among all boys in The Laker/Lutz News coverage area, carding a 5-over-par 149 (77-72) at the Class 3A meet, where he finished in a tie for 12th place. Outside of high school, Wilkes, a University of Florida golf commit, was recently named the Florida State Golf Association’s Boys Player of the Year after winning the state’s junior amateur championship (boys 16-18 division) and notching five top-five finishes on the Florida Junior Tour. —The Sunlake varsity girls golf team celebrated the program’s second state championship appearance, finishing 13th out of 16 schools in the Class 2A meet. A return trip is again likely, with just one senior among its top five scorers. Meanwhile, the program captured its first regional title in October. CLASS 3A BOYS Individual qualifier(s)Tyler Wilkes, junior, Gaither (Tied 12th) (77-72—149)Girls Individual qualifier(s)Norah Catlin, sophomore, Wiregrass Ranch (Tied 27th) (80-77—157)Steinbrenner—14th place (351-352—703)Posie Farrelly, sophomore (Tied 25th) (78-78—156) Mckenzie Kane, sophomore (Tied 30th) (80-78—158) Jackie Figueredo, junior (Tied 82nd) (101-96—197)Alyssa McKee, junior (Tied 84th) (99-99—198) Alexis Castillo, junior (Tied 84th) (95-103—198)CLASS 2A BOYS Sunlake—11th place (364-348—712)Jordan Sarhaddi, senior (Tied eighth) (78-73—151)Max Barile, sophomore (Tied 43rd) (83-87—170 Brady Nipps, freshman (Tied 59th) (93-85—178) Colton Bilett, junior (89th) (110-103—213) Andre Corredor, freshman (93rd) (121-119—240)Zephyrhills—14th place (386-373—759)Tristan Charter-McCool, senior (Tied 43rd) (84-86—170)Roddy Kight, junior (Tied 48th) (87-84—171)Christian Hupp, sophomore (Tied 84th) (112-95—207)Trevor Myers, sophomore (86th) (103-108—211) John Helms, freshman (95th) (119-147—266)GIRLS Individual qualifier(s)Emillie Alderman, senior, Zephyrhills (Tied 51st) (92-93—185)Sunlake—13th place (406-387—793)Taylor Zachary, freshman (43rd) (89-88—177) Madison Wagner, junior (Tied 58th) (97-97—194) Sofia Clark, junior (Tied 73rd) (105-104—209) Helena Potter, freshman (76th) (115-98—213) Morgan Boudreau, senior (87th) (128-121—249)CLASS 1A BOYS Individual qualifier(s)Christian Gillitzer, junior, Carrollwood Day (47th place) (81-79—160)GIRLSNo schools or athletes represented in The Laker/Lutz News coverage area2018 FHSAA CROSS-COUNTRY STATE CHAMPIONSHIPSMeets held at Apalachee Regional Park, in TallahasseeNOTABLES:—The Steinbrenner High varsity boys crosscountry team finished state runner-up for the second straight year, but posted a better score this time around (109 points compared to 154 points in 2017) as its top five runners all finished in the top 30, for an average time of 16:37.41. —Wharton High senior Tre Rivers posted the best individual performance of all runners from The Laker/Lutz News coverage area, finishing third overall in the Class 3A meet with a blistering time of 15:52.17 — the only local runner to break the 16-minute mark.CLASS 4A BOYS Teams Steinbrenner—second placeGabriel Lara, junior (17th —16:26.36) Ryan Gorman, senior (19th—16:26.64) Davis Bly, senior (34th —16:42.51) Zachary Harrigan, sophomore (38th—16:44.21) Blake Walker, junior (42nd—16:47.31) Paul Foreman, junior (55th—16:58.12) Nicholas Sowell, junior (102nd—17:31.12)Wharton—13th placeTre Rivers, senior (third—15:52.17) Anthony Stephens, senior (94th—17:23.12) Josue Reyes, senior (101st—17:30.50) Thomas Walter, sophomore (105th—17:33.78) Jackson Blanchard, junior (130th—17:49.83) Nash Robinson, senior (164th—18:34.13) Alexander Olson, junior (182nd—19:33.29)GIRLS Teams Wharton—11th placeNia Rivers, junior (48th—19:56.48) Amanda Brake, senior (50th—20:05.43) Nicolina Otero, senior (53rd—20:08.33) Jinia Johnson, junior (83rd—20:36.13) Michelle Sullivan, junior (106th—21:11.14) Callie Zach, sophomore (137th—22:03.36) Vanessa Lopez, junior (157th—22:38.39)Steinbrenner—16th placeAlexandra Straumann, senior (24th—19:19.53) Sarah Magee, senior (58th—20:13.42) Anne Sullivan, junior (101st—21:03.06) Anna Breede, freshman (119th—21:23.87) Katie, Wisniewski, sophomore (155th—22:35.40) Ayden Krueger, junior (163rd—22:57.64) Kaitlyn Arko, junior (172nd—23:50.18)CLASS 3A BOYS Teams Sunlake—fourth placeDominic Burleson, senior (25th—16:37.60) Gavin Kennedy, junior (38th—16:46.79) Edward Scheid, junior (43rd—16:49.53) Colby Robbins, freshman (76th—17:14.32) Drew Knobl, junior (90th—17:25.26) Cade Whitfield, sophomore (113th—17:44.08) Albert Lared, junior (119th—17:55.95)Land O’ Lakes—24th placeBrandon Castillo, sophomore (73rd—17:12.27) Joseph Pineda, senior (102nd—17:33.52) Adam Hahn, senior (112th—17:43.03) Josiah Pineda, senior (160th—18:17.97) Braden Mitchell, sophomore (174th—18:44.25) Maxwell Twitmyer, junior (179th—18:53.52) Elijah Ferreira, junior (182nd—18:58.87)Individual qualifier(s)Alex Quesada Perez, senior, Gaither (22nd— 16:34.66)GIRLS Sunlake—10th placeLiina Wiborn, junior (sixth—18:06.57) Shannon Gordy, sophomore (50th—20:23.22) Ashley Spires, sophomore (79th—20:49.26) Justine Ruhlman, senior (93rd—21:00.99) Emma Burleson, freshman (129th—21:35.52) Cathryne Newport, sophomore (156th— 22:33.04) Destiny Saltzman, junior (158th—22:42.79)Individual qualifier(s)Natalie Abernathy, senior, Land O’ Lakes (14th— 18:59.12)Class 2ANo schools or athletes represented in The Laker/Lutz News coverage areaClass 1ANo schools or athletes represented in The Laker/Lutz News coverage area2018 FHSAA SWIMMING & DIVING STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTSMeets held at Sailfish Splash Waterpark and Aquatics Center, in StuartNOTABLES:—In the Class 3A girls swim meet, Sunlake junior Chloe Grimme added several medals to her ever-growing collection with two first-place finishes (50 yard free, 200 yard medley relay) and two second-place finishes (200 yard free, 200 yard free relay). Last year, the swimming sensation placed first in the 50-yard free and second in the 100-yard free, and, was part of the 200yard free relay and 200-yard medley relay teams that finished first and third, respectively. —In Class 2A, the Land O’ Lakes boys and girls varsity swimming & diving teams combined to earn 11 medals, including five place finishes (boys 200-yard medley relay, boys 50-yard free, boys 200-yard free relay, boys 400-yard free relay, girls 500-yard free).CLASS 4A BOYS Steinbrenner—14th place Placed events:200-Yard Medley (sixth place, 1:38.42)—Shane MacGregor, sophomore; Bradley Stoker, junior; Max Martino, junior; Matthew Ross, freshman 50-Yard Free (ninth place, 21.59)— Max Martino 100-Yard Fly (13th place, 52.21)—Max Martino 100-Yard Back (16th place, 54.71)—Shane MacGregor 400-Free Relay (15th place, 3:18.57)—Jacob Hall, senior, Bradley Stoker, Shane MacGregor, Matthew RossWiregrass Ranch–46th place Placed events100-Yard Fly (15th place, 52.91)—Patrick Frain, seniorGIRLS Steinbrenner—12th place Placed events:200-Yard Medley Relay (16th place, 1:52.20)— Abigail Green, freshman; Taylor Holmes, junior; Mabry Bishop, sophomore; MacKenzie Hall, sophomore 50-Yard Free (second place, 22:83)—Alexis Mulvihill, sophomore100-Yard Fly— Alexis Mulvihill (eighth place, 55:90)200 Free Relay (fifth place, 1:36.78) — Alexis Mulvihill, Justine Answeeney (sophomore), Mabry Bishop, Abigail Greene 400 Free Relay: (sixth place, 3:32.91) — Alexis Mulvihill, Mabry Bishop, Justine Answeeney, Abigail GreeneCLASS 3A BOYS Sunlake—19th place Placed events:200 Yard Medley Relay (14th place, 1:42.10)— Jay Jay Fonnotto, junior; Brendon Thai, senior; Colin Wilkins, junior; Dominic Ortanez, junior 50-Yard Free—Dominic Ortanez (eighth place, 21.62) 100-Yard Fly— Jay Jay Fonnotto (14th place, 52.86) 100-Yard Free— Dominic Ortanez (16th place, 48.94) 200-Yard Free Relay (13th place, 1:32.22)—Colin Wilkins, Sammy Grimme (freshman), Brendon Thai, Dominic Ortanez 100-Yard Back—Jay Jay Fonnotto (eighth place, 53.90)Freedom—Tied 42nd place Placed events:200-Yard Free— Zachary Kopel, sophomore (15th place, 1:47.14)GIRLS Sunlake—sixth place Placed events:1-Meter Diving— Isabella Monegas, sophomore (12th place, 366.85 score) 200 Medley Relay (Tied first place, 1:46.03)— Amber Ewald, freshman; Elise Ballash, senior; Hanna Barton, senior; Chloe Grimme, junior 50-Yard Free—Chloe Grimme (first place, 23.04); Alex Sprague, sophomore (15th place, 24.97) 100-Yard Free — Chloe Grimme (second place, 50.43) 200-Yard Free Relay (second place, 1:37.09)— Tori Eurell (junior), Hanna Barton, Alex Sprague, Chloe Grimme 100-Yard Breast — Elise Ballash (third place, 1:03.68) 400-Yard Free Relay (15th place, 3:43.06)—Tori Eurell, Elise Ballash, Audrey Ballash, Alex SpragueFreedom—eighth place Placed events:200 Medley Relay (sixth place, 1:49.41)— Michelle Morgan, freshman; Abigail Leisure, junior; Hannah Labohn, sophomore; Carley Joerin, freshman 200-Yard Intermedley—Michelle Morgan (third place, 2:04.88); Abigail Leisure (fifth place, 2:08.40); Carly Joerin (seventh place, 2:12.33) 500-Yard Free— Michelle Morgan (third place, 4:51.38); Carly Joerin (13th place, 5:06.02) 100-Yard Breast—Abigail Leisure (fourth place, 1:04.97) 400-Yard Relay (seventh place, 3:35.14)— Michelle Morgan, Carly Joerin, Hannah Labohn, Abigail LeisureCLASS 2A BOYS Land O’ Lakes—third place Placed events:200 Yard Medley Relay (13th place, 1:45.41)— Ravidu Idippili, junior; Griffin Sutek, sophomore; Zachary Smith, senior; Jack Kaatze, junior 50-Yard Free: Patryk Pilkowski, senior (first place, 20.87); Zuri Ramsey, sophomore (second place, 20.98) 100-Yard Free: Zuri Ramsey (third place, 46.71) 200-Yard Free Relay (first place, 1:25.68)—Patryk Pilwoski, Ravidu Idippili, Jack Kaatze, Zuri Ramsey 100-Yard Back: Patryk Pilkowski (second place, 50.97)100-Yard Breast: Griffin Sutek (14th place, 1:01.52)400 Free Relay (first place, 3:11.39)— Patryk Pilkowski, Ravidu Idippili, Jack Kaatze, Zuri RamseyGIRLS Land O’ Lakes—fifth place Placed events:200-Yard Free: Taylor Ward, senior (third place, 1:51.35) 50-Yard Free: Romina McCloskey, senior (third place, 24.17) 100-Yard Free: Romina McCloskey (second place, 52.36) 500-Yard Free: Taylor Ward (first place, 4:57.21) 200-Yard Free Relay (third place, 1:39.28)—Taylor Ward, Margarita Czupryn (senior), Amaya Henry (junior), Romina McCloskey 400-Yard Free Relay (fourth place, 3:37.60)— Taylor Ward, Margarita Czupryn, Amaya Henry, Romina McKloskeyCLASS 1A BOYSNo schools or athletes represented in The Laker/Lutz News coverage areaGIRLS Academy at the Lakes—18th place Placed events:50-Yard Free—McKenna Smith, sophomore (second place, 23.29) 100-Yard Free—McKenna Smith (fourth place, 50.59) COURTESY OF AMERICAN JUNIOR GOLF ASSOCIATIONGaither junior Tyler Wilkes fired a 5-over-par 149 (77-72) at the FHSAA Class 3A boys golf meet. FILEWiregrass Ranch sophomore Norah Catlin was one of the top local girls at states, tying for 27th place with a 13-over-par 157 (80-77) in the Class 3A meet. COURTESY OF LOREN MACDONALDThe Sunlake varsity boys and girls swimming & diving teams finished 19th and sixth, respectively, at the FHSAA Class 3A swim meet. They also combined to set eight new school records at states.

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NOVEMBER 21, 2018The LAKER/ INSIDE: Directories, Classifieds, Games & MoreThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSLutz NEWS B E n chnology e T e EAM (Scienc T MOSI is a leader in S WLER O F T S T T T 4801 EA LER T S C T T T T T g s s k k n k a Th n k n N p u n g i  L S H O O O O L L S O O U UT S S S S i i i i i g g g g g g g g g n n n u u u u u p p p p p p p N N N N N Th h h a a a n n n k k k k k s s s s g g g g Ca k g n i v v v i v i v i v gi u o r o f W W W O W N O W O T M O O S I  S I N N O O O O O O O O W W W W W W f f f f f f o o o o o o r r r r r o o o o o o u gi g g g g g g g i i gi i i i v v v v i i i i i n n n g g g g g g g g g k C C C Ca a a a s p m a g r u N ! u u u u u r r r r r g a a m m m m p p p p p p s s s s s al. e e r making scienc y es b liv s  e in people nc e r e making a di o d t e n gineering, Art, and Math) education dedicatRG O MOSI. 6000 € 7 A € 813-98 B MP A A E€T E € T V V A ! g r o i Ca i. s mo t t a t a t a p m s k k ak r r h Th re B r B r B r A ak a g k k n k a Th n k n h h h h h a a a a a a n n k k k g g g B B B B B B B B r r r r re e e e e a a a a a a k k k k k Ca C C C C C Ca a a a a m m p p p a a a a a a t t t t t t t mo m m m o o o o o o s s s s s i i i i i . o o o o o o r r r r r g g g g g g g g g ! ! ! Story, photos by Christine HoltzmanSpecial to The Laker/Lutz NewsMembers of Zephyrhills Fire Rescue Cadet Post 650 have a chance to find out what’s involved in the life of a firefighter and emergency responder through a program operated out of Fire Rescue Station 1, at 6907 Dairy Road in Zephyrhills. Billy Jeffries, the lead cadet advisor of Post 650, puts the youth through their paces. The Wesley Chapel resident also serves as the Florida Fire Chief Association section vice chair and has been a cadet advisor for 13 years. He knows how the cadets feel, as they’re learning about what’s necessary to become a firefighter, because he was one himself, 18 years ago. To be eligible for the program, hopefuls must be ages 14 through 20, must be enrolled in school and must maintain a 2.5 grade point average, must be free of a criminal record and must desire to help the community. The year-round program can accommodate 16 members; it has 13 presently. The purpose of the program is to give local youths a chance to get an early start at learning what it takes to be a first responder. There are weekly classes that include classroom instruction, and there is hands-on training and exercises. Cadets can earn certificates they can use in the future for their careers as first responders. Typical certifications that are earned include those for completing Emergency Medical Responder and CPR classes. Besides practicing, the cadets can test their skills in competitions statewide, including the Florida Winter Fire Games, scheduled to take place in Kissimmee, in February 2019. There is a one-time enrollment fee of $40, which covers insurance and membership fees for the Florida Fire Chiefs Association. For more information about the cadet program, email Lead Cadet Advisor Billy Jeffries at bjeffries@fire.zephyrhills.fl.us, or call (813) 780-0035.Fire rescue cadets scale new heights With his turn on deck, 15-year-old Orin Vaughn, of Zephyrhills, receives words of encouragement while getting geared up by Ryan Thun, a Zephyrhills firefighter/paramedic, left, and Darron Branscum, an assistant advisor Lt. Paramedic. Vaughn said he’s interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement and wanted to join the cadet program because it teaches responsibility.From left: 18-year-old Kayli Coleman, 17-year-old Kelsey Narhi, 17-year-old Cadet Lt. Makala Hall, 17-year-old Bree Hampton, al l of Zephyrhills; and 16-year-old Novalee Dries, of Wesley Chapel, cheer on one of their comrades, as the cadet reaches the top of t he 75-foot ladder. The cadets train all year long and compete in many competitions statewide, including the Florida Winter Fire Games in K issimmee, in February 2019. Eighteen-year-old cadet Kayli Coleman descends the 75-foot aerial ladder during a recent training exercise. The Zephyrhills High School senior has been part of the cadet program for four years. The program is geared toward young people who are interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement or firefighting. Coleman said it’s scary being at the top of the 75-foot ladder, which is pitched at 60-degree angle. ‘You can feel the ladder move and shake.’ But, she also noted: ‘The view is amazing up there.’ As 16-year-old cadet Novalee Dries, of Wesley Chapel, observes, 17year-old Cadet Lt. Makala Hall, a Zephyrhills High School senior, left, gets help fastening her harness from Zephyrhills firefighter paramedic Ryan Thun, right. Hall has been a participant of the cadet program for four years. Towering 75 feet above the ground, 16-yearold Mason Hawthorne, of Lakeland, places his arms out to the side while performing a ‘lock in’ exercise atop the aerial ladder. The ‘lock in’ or ‘trust’ exercise is conducted so that the cadet can be certain that the locking mechanism that is attached from the ladder rope to the harness he is wearing will hold. Hawthorne has been in the program for two years and plans to pursue a career in firefighting.

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