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Title: The Apopka chief
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West Orange news
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Publication Date: 06-08-2012
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Members of the Class of 2012 graduated from Wekiva High School and Apopka High School over the past week. In the picture above, Wekiva graduates move their tassels after receiving their diplomas, while in the picture at the right, Apopka High School valedictorian Tyler Darlington carries the ceremonial mace into the graduation ceremony, signifying the beginning of the event. Wekiva held its graduation exercises on Monday, June 4, while Apopkas took place on Friday, June 1. Both events were held at the UCF Arena. A full page of color pictures is on page 1C for Wekiva High, while for Apopka, the pictures are on page 14A. This week Section A Section B Section COpinion .............. 4A-5A Lifestyle .................. 6A Worship .................. 8A Bus. news ..............11A Bus. Rev. ....... 12A,13A AHS graduation ... 14A Sports ..................... 1B Kapers .................... 8B Dining & Ent ........... 9B ....... 11B-14B Service Dir. .... 12B,13B WHS graduation ..... 1C Legal ads ........ 2C-10C LifestyleGod Bless AmericaSportsA long-time Apopka resident has been inducted into a local Hall of Fame. See page 6A. Two Apopka Little League teams are playing in their re spective District 23 tournament. See page 1B. The Apopka ChiefVolume 90 Number 23Covering the community in the 21st centuryFriday, June 8, 2012 / 50 cents The Apopka Chief By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff -By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff to be as stringent as the sur That portion is going to be Student moves from classroom to workplaceBrummer hosts meeting about septic tanks See STUDENT Page 3AOrange County Commissioner Fred Brummer (l) hosted several citizens at his commission ofce in Orlando. See SEPTIC Page 3A See ZELLWOOD Page 2A See VALUES Page 10A Property values in Apopka continue downward slideDonegan Reyes Happy times for graduates Deputies looking for missing girlJoyce Lampp, a former secretary at the school, signs the Wall of History.200 gather to remember school6-month moratorium put on pain managment clinics See CITY Page 2A

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The Apopka ChiefJune 8, 2012, Page 1B See the stories and pic tures at the top of the page about the Apopka Little League teams that are involved in the Dis trict 23 tournament. The minor league Braves district title game today, Friday, June 8, at 6 p.m. at Maitland Little League, while the major league Red Sox had to day, June 7, past press time. Q. What two new coaches will lead teams next year at Wekiva High School? A. Lamarr Glenn, WHS athletic director, has hired Jason Sanders to coach the Mustangs baseball team, while Tommie Butts will lead the girls basket ing job, while Butts has several years of successful coaching in south Florida.SportsBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Apopka Braves 3, Oviedo Marlins 2 (minor) The Braves left no doubt they should be representing pool B in the championship game as they ran through pool play undefeated. With three consecutive victories, the Braves went undefeated in pool B play. The only undefeated team in pool play, the Braves advanced to the championship game against Oviedos pool A participant. The game is scheduled for today, Friday, June 8, with a 6 p.m. starting time. It will be played at the Maitland Little League complex, located on Keller Avenue. The Braves opened the tournament by taking an early lead, building on it and then ended the game before the scheduled six innings by eventually increasing it to 10 runs. The Braves won the game 111. (A story about that game is elsewhere in Sports.) The Braves began the second game by taking the lead early and holding it throughout the game. Eventually, Apopka put the victory away with a four-run rally during the fourth. It won that game by turning a close lead into a big one late. But perhaps its most impressive victory was the one it run. Playing the Oviedo Mar lins, the Braves were down to their last strike when they scored two runs during the thrilling, dramatic game which had a little bit of everything but was mostly a pitchers duel. I have said it throughout the tournament, manager Tag Greene said. This is a team that works hard and doesnt give up. They go hand-in-hand. We havent had a lot of close games, but they have played with that same attitude as if they were behind and needed to make something happen. During the huddle before the last at-bat, we tried to calm the players down and relax them. We told them we needed only one run to stay alive. That takes only two or three batters and if we take it one batter at a time, we can score that run. It was a great victory which says so much about the character of this team. We are very proud of this team. A championship team does what win, especially when the game With one out, Devin Gryll The next batter, Jose Class, hit avoided a double play, which kept a runner on base and avoided the game ending at that point by beating the throw to turned out to be the most important play of the game because the next batter, Zach Weaver down to the Braves the shortstop and into the leftaround the bases, beating the Survive and advance the Apopka Little League majors to heart this week. If, on Thursday, June 7 past press time, the they will likely advance to the championship game of the Disspectacularly unusual circumstances. Those circumstances included a 10-5 loss to the Oviedo ment pits the champions of each local Little League which are some circumstances in its favor, made the game against the Blue Jays meaningless towards the winner of the pool. Even though the games ended in the most unusual of ways, enough to win the pool. This has been the strangest tournament Ive ever coached Sox coach Doug Hancock said. We obviously played a game far from worthy of earning a spot in the championship game (against the Blue Jays), but the previous two games we were winning and we think we would have won regardless of the odd circumstances. We played well in those two games, the kind of play which gets a team into the championship game. pared us to be good enough to be in the championship game, and we did what we were supposed to up to this point, to get there. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff It isnt quite a homecoming, but Wekiva High has found the man to lead its baseball program with the theme of a second opportunity. A member of the baseball coaching staff for a short period of time four years ago, Jason Sanders has come full circle after being named the head basecoaching position. I am excited about the opportunity Dr. (Elise) Gruber and coach (Lamarr) Glenn have given me, Sanders said. I am excited that my time as an assistant and learning the game has paid off in the form of becoming a head coach. I community that supports their schools. Apopka still has that small town feel to it and that fosters the support. Although I was not there long, it doesnt take a lot of time to see that the support is important, just how strong it is. That support is also important to a coach. Sanders has spent the past three seasons as Wekiva coach Eric Entrekin. Then, he was an assistant to Eddie Doyle before Chuck Schall took over that program last year. The year before that, he was wearing a Cypress Creek uniform. During the off-season, Sanders was a part of the Mustangs staff as Entrekin was preparing he was offered a teach ing position at Cypress Creek and resigned from the Mustangs coaching staff before the school year started. I believe I am the right man for the job, because I have been well groomed, Sanders said. I have learned the trade, so to speak, under some very good coaches, who have also been very successful in a number of ways. Coach Entrekin is at the top of that list. Of course, he is very much respected around Wekiva for what he did at the school. He knows me very well. He knows what kind of person I am and what kind of coach I have the potential to become. So, for that reason, his recommendation also holds some weight. Without a doubt in my mind, learning under him and being a part of his staff played a big role in the decision to hire me. Sanders graduated from Astronaut High School in Titusville and played baseball during his time as a student. He then earned his bachelors degree in history from the University of Florida. After graduating from Florida, he met and married his wife, which led to him becoming a part of her familys business, rebuilding houses. But, because he wanted to teach and coach basePerhaps he isnt the most recognizable name, but if a girl wants to play basketball, Tommie Butts is as good as anyone to learn and grow under. And, along the way, the girl will probably become known as a part of an elite program that wins championships. Butts was named Wekiva High Schools new girls basketball head coach last week. Wekivas basketball program is a lot like (Pompano Beach) Ely Blanches was when I took it over, Butts said. There is a lot of potential. It has seen some of it, but it isnt close to what it could become. The situation for winning is favorable. The program has all the tools it needs to be a consistent winner and contend for championships. My job is to build a winning program and that is done by helping the players understand the game better. I am stepping into a challenging situation, but feel I am up for it. Butts record is one of gaudy numbers as the lowest number of wins he has achieved in one season is 17 and the most losses he has ever suffered during one season is eight. Perhaps the gaudiest of those statistics is his overall record centage. Coach Butts came here (the Orlando area) with a great background, Mustangs athletic director Lamarr Glenn said. He did some great things down south. The most obvious measurement is his career and season records, and also obviously, that draws attention to begin with. But, when a coach compiles a record like he has, he has all of the required intangibles or, is just as good at doing the behind-the-scenes responsibilities. At the top of that list is that he brings a level of or ganization which is second to none, and he works hard. He does his homework. I wasnt just impressed with the tangibles, the record. When I interviewed him, he knew the district very well. He brought multiple pages of notes about the district and how we matched up with our district rivals. He also knew who was returning and how they had matched up individually to the other players in the district. That really stood out to me among the interviews. We also talked about him being willing to do what it takes to get the program to that level of cham pionship contender, even if it means taking a step backward in the short term to take two for ward in the long term. cousin to Anthony Jones, the girls basketball coach at Dr. Phillips High which has won the past two state championships and made the Apopka Little League Braves in minor league District 23 title gameApopkas Zach Weavers foot hits the plate prior to the tag by the Oviedo catcher, as he scores the winning run in the Braves dramatic 3-2 victory. Apopkas Devin Gryll is hit by a pitch during the Braves 3-2 victory over Oviedo. Sanders Butts During a District 23 pool play game, Katey Sanders looks toward home plate prior to a pitch for the Apopka Red Sox. for berth in title game for Dist. 23 See MINOR Page 3B See SANDERS Page 5B See BUTTS Page 11B See MAJOR Page 4BWekiva High hires baseball, girls basketball coachesSanders named baseball coachButts to coach girls basketball

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 3B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff A good offense is the best defense was not lost on the minor league Apopka Braves all season and they carried it into west Reds as they scored early and often to end the game before it really started en route to an 11-1 10-run rule victory. The players know scorof innings puts the opponent at a disadvantage, Tag Green, Apopka manager, said. They know it is easier to play from ahead than from behind. They made sure they were ready and prepared and made the most of the opportunities we created. We werent perfect. We made a couple of mistakes, but we converted a lot more opportunities into runs than we failed to score. The players have worked all season to get to where we are at and that was a focus, to make sure we put ourselves in that position of being ahead early. Tonight was what we have been doing all season and once again the victory started with being prepared and focusing on scoring early to get that advantage of playing from ahead. It would be hard to argue against Greenes explanation as his team pasted the opponent two innings en route to achieving the victory by means of the 10-run rule. Ty Greene, the managers son, led off the game ripping a single through the middle. Another single followed off the bat of Devon Gryll. Then, patience paid off for Jose Class as he drew a walk to load the bases. It looked like the Reds were going to get out of the inning with minimal damage and survive the initial onslaught as Mike Sowers got the next two batters out, but Chris Medlock changed all of that when he slashed a single over the shortruns of the game. An error by the Reds third baseman as Jeremiah Pagan hit a hard grounder made the score 3-0. The second inning began with four consecutive walks to up the lead to 4-0, but Apopka was looking for more to put the game out of reach early and quickly, and it relied on the mundane to get it done. brought in the two other runs during the inning. A walk and single began the next frame and it led to two the victory off with four more runs during the fourth inning. Apopka drew two walks and belted a single and a double to score three runs. The other run came in by way of a wild pitch. In the meantime, the Reds created scoring opportunities for themselves, but the Braves pitching combination of Greene, Medlock, and Zach Weaver held the offense in check. During three of the four stanzas, the Reds had a runner in scoring position. struck out the batter with two second. The Reds scored their only run during the third and it came in because of an error with two outs. Medlock induced the next third base with the bases loaded. During the fourth, the Reds once again loaded the bases and Weaver came in. He struck out the next two batters to end the inning and the rally. We hit the ball well and that was because we were patient, Greene said. We waited for the good pitch and, again, didnt put ourselves in bad positions. We got a good performance from our pitchers. They gave up a few hits and the Reds got a couple of good hits, but when we needed an out, we got it. The reason for that was the pitcher kept the ball low, in particular with runners on the bases. Ty started the game the way we needed him to, getting in to the third without a run. Chris came in and got us to Zach. Then, of course, Zach two strikeouts. Thats hard to beat. We got a complete game from the whole team. Just like the individual game, it is important to get off to a good start for the tournament in general. isnt eliminated from winning the championship, but the odds no longer controls its own fate. It needs some help. So we focused on not just getting a good start to the individual game, but to the tournament in general and the players are well aware of the implications of winning Apopka drew eight walks In total, it put 14 batters on base. Every batter (11) reached base at least once. Greene and Gryll both went 2-for-3 while Sam Thornton, as well as Robbie Rivera walked twice. I want to emphasize the work these players put in, Green said. Yes, we are talented, but the players have practiced above the normal. They dont just want to be good. They want to be champions. They come to every practice, sometimes six times a week and are willing to stay late if that was what was required. They never complained. Tonight, that attitude and work ethic to get better was on display through how well we played from the beginning of the game. throw home to tie the game at 2-2. Then, while Garrett Brewer was batWeaver rambled down the third base line and slid into home, avoiding the catchers attempted tag, to win the game for the Braves. It set off a celebration for the players to remember as a highlight as they glove, Greene said. At that point, it was do or die. Zach had already left the base when I turned to him. We are an aggressive club. We have played that way all season. I always tell the players it is better to be out because we are aggressive than to not score runs because we arent taking chances. Everyone has the sign to go in that situation, but he won the game with a great slide. If he had slid in on top of the plate, he would have been out. He went as far to the right side as he could. That forced the catcher to have to reach out and it gave Zach just the difference on that play and that play decided the game. Weaver started the game for the Braves and was matched almost pitch for pitch by the Marlins Greg Ashley. The two put on a pitching clinic, particularly in making the right pitches to hold teams off the board. lead during the second. It came as result of Oviedo losing its poise. With neither team able to put together consecutive positive plays at the plate, it felt, at the time, like it would be the only run of the game. With two outs, Robbie Rivera drew a walk. Greene then hit a hard ball to the second baseman. Despite it being hit hard, it wasnt. The ball was bobbled and then thrown wide to second base. The ball went third. bad throw on the same play occurred. This time, the throw to third was wide and it allowed Rivera to take home plate and the Braves took a 1-0 lead. An error by the Braves began the fourth, allowing Ashley to reach base. He advanced to third on a single off the bat of Julian Pinto. A wild pitch brought in Ashley as the game was tied at 1-1. next frame with a walk and single. They advanced to the next base on a wild pitch ley. Perhaps the most important play of the game which set up Weavers run on the then to home. Webber tried to score from second but was tagged out at the plate in another incredibly close play. If he had scored, the lead would have been extended to 3-1, which changes the complexion of the game heading into the sixth inning. Weaver went 3-1/3 innings, striking out nine batters. He had a 1-2 count on the batter when he was replaced. The coaches had to take him out at that point instead of to remain eligible to play in the championship game. He gave up three hits and did not walk a batter. Weaver then struck out the next three batfor a triple with one out, but Weaver once again rose to the challenge, He struck out the next two batters. The lone run Weaver gave up was unearned. The run he gave up was earned. He struck out another four batters. His other statistics were two hits and three walks. The Braves faced Ashley during the unearned and he struck out eight. He was touched for one hit, but issued three walks and hit a batter. stanza was earned. He struck out one batter while giving up one hit, a walk and hit a batter. We had to take Weaver out, Greene said. We wanted to keep him in and try to get a complete game from him because this ing mistake would be the difference. We wanted our horse in there, the player who had the strength to keep pitching, but if we kept him in, he wouldnt be eligible to pitch Friday (in the championship game), so we had no choice. He pitched a great game because he used his velocity effectively. Again, we are so proud of this team and the work ethic the players have. They didnt fold. They kept focused on doing what they had been doing all season. We also thank the players and our fans for their support. They have shown so much of it throughout the season and tonight, they were louder than they have ever been. There is nothing better than hearing them during a close game which comes down not to the last inning, but the last out. Their support is a big part of our success and us getting to the championship game. Apopka Braves 10-Maitland Rays 6 (minors) After cruising to a 10-run mercy rule victory to open its bid to become the winner of the District 23 Tournament of Champions, the Apopka Little League minor Braves had to put on a second offensive surge during its second game and show it can win with late rallies as well. Scoring four times during the fourth inning, the Braves took a commanding lead and then held onto it to down the Maitland Rays by a 10-6 score. We were hitting the ball hard, but it seemed to always be at someone, or at least when we had the opportunity to put ourselves in a good position as far as having a big lead, Apopka manager Tag Greene Apopka minor league Braves use strong offense to win 11-1Braves catcher Chris Medlock tags out Oviedo Marlins runner Brian Webber as Webber attempts to score. Apopka Braves second baseman Ty Greene may be small, but he still applies the tag during one of the District 23 tournament games. Braves pitcher Zach Weaver eyes the plate as he res the ball toward home.Minor: Winning run set off an Apopka celebration Continued from page 1B See MINOR Page 10B PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. 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BOOK 2 DAYS IN ADVANCE From time to time, as space allows, The Apopka Chief will print cartoons generated by Bert Rummel, who, along with his wife Pam and children, has been a resident of Apopka since 1999. Rummel expresses his own humorous life experiences through Bertram, a cartoon character created and developed by him in 2003. If Bertram puts a smile on someones face, then my cartoons and artwork are a success, said Rummel.Lil League

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 4B on the strength of two walks and an error. The Athletics answered with a three-run fury during their half of the inning. Five batters reached base consecutively, beginning with the second one on an error. The two other outs came by way of the runners on base. However, the Red Sox scored a run during the second and third to tie the game at 3-3. With Alex Otero on the mound, However, after the game ended, Otero was ruled ineligible to pitch because he took the mound in the Apopka Lit tle League championship two days before. Hancock was misinformed about Oteros status. Since the last two innings were played with an ineligible pitcher, ofand the last two innings would have which were replayed Thursday, June 7, were those two. They were played past press time. A win advances the team to the championship game Then, on Saturday, June 2, the Red Sox were the benefactors of another incident involving a player in question. However, this time the player was ineligible to play in a major game, not just pitch. The player was ineligible because he was a member of the minor team, so he was ineligible because he had just played in a previous game and he was not old enough tried to insert him into the lineup because it was short a player. The game was ruled a forfeit dur ing the third inning with the Red Sox score for a Little League forfeit is 6-0. Then, on Tuesday, June 5, the Oviedo Blue Jays Izzy Benzoventos ly above the 200-foot sign was symbolic of the night for the Red Sox. The ball hit the wall in straightaway center The blast was exactly what happened to the Red Sox as the game began with their effort best described as lackluster, unenthusiastic and subdued. We just didnt do anything tonight, Hancock said. We werent ready to play mentally or physically tonight and we paid the price from the beginning of the game. We made something of a game of it and I am proud of the players for that, but we should never have been in that posifour games we play a game like this. Tonight, it was during the most impor tant time, the postseason. It is disappointing to play so poorly and for it to be a mental issue as much as the physical part of our play. Hopefully, it will be out of our system by Thursday and the champi onship game (if we make it). The shelling began immediately, as the second pitch of the game was Gabe Marrero then gave up another four singles and issued a walk. He was followed to the mound by Josh Zellak, who also issued a run-scoring walk. The inning ended with the Blue Jays holding a 4-0 lead. Angel Cosma and Cole Mitchell led off the second with singles. They then came home on another single by Benzovento to increase the lead to 6-0. A single by Katy Sanders and got the Red Sox on the board during the third. But what little headway it was, was short-lived as the Blue Jays erupted for another four runs during the next frame, which brought the game to the verge of ending with the 10-run rule as the score was 10-1. It began with a double off the bat of Mitchell when the Red Sox committed three of the next three batters. The Red Sox crossed home plate two innings, the Red Sox totaled three singles and a double. They also benthe sixth. The Blue Jays ripped the pitch ing for 12 hits and three base on balls. Mitchell had three of the hits, including the double. He also pitched a complete game, scattering eight hits, half innings. nal 3-1/3 innings for the Red Sox. The championship game is schedp.m. at Maitland Little League. Hello Folks, Well, folks, my granddaddy used to say be careful what you pray for! We have been got some. It was great to see the rain last week and we have gotten plenty more this week. Keep prayin because we could continue to use more in our lakes and ponds. good in most of the lakes in our area, especially if you have a run-off that is feedin into the lakes, from the rains. Folks are Most of the bluegills and shellcrackers are bein caught in the middle of the lakes. Folks are driftin with can catch em on crickets and red worms. If you want to catch some grass shrimp, you can well. I never met a bluegill that couldnt resist a grass shrimp. Lake Monroe, Lake Woodruff, and Lake Dexter have folks are catchin their limits in these lakes. Folks are catchin some are bein caught in the pads in the river. If you want to catch some bass in the river, look for some run-offs from the rains. You can some schoolers hangin around those areas lookin for an easy meal. You can catch em early on top-water baits, and then plastic worms as the sun comes up. You need to be on the water early or go late in the day just before dusk. Folks are catchin some nice bass in the Kissimmee Chain early in the mornin and late in the day, as well. If you want some great top-water action try West Lake or East Lake Toho. You will have a blast swimmin plastic toads, and swim-baits around the Kissimmee grass. The Gambler Big Easy and Zoom Horney Toads have been good baits to use in those areas. hydrilla beds and along the edge of em for some action lat er in the day. Again, when you are on the lake or in the river, make sure you keep a lookout for runnin water, especially as we get some more rain. We are on the back side of a full moon this week, but dont let that stop you from gettin on in. Well, thats it for this week. I will see ya in a couple of weeks. Im leavin for vacation this week and I wont be back until Fathers Day. Tip of the week: runnin water. Save a few and good luck! A free skills camp for football players and cheerleaders will be held Saturday, June 9, at who register. For football players, the camp is for ages 6-17, while for cheerleaders, it is open to kids ages 6-12. Among those who will be teaching football skills include a handful of former Apopka High School football players who went on to play Smith (Florida State, Miami Dolphins), Rogers Beckett (Marshall, San Diego Chargers), and Aaron Jones (Eastern Kentucky, Pittsburgh Steelers). Lamar Hughley also played at Apopka High and played at Lane College. Albert McClellan of Lakeland, who plays for the Balti teachers. The event is sponsored by Mullinax Ford, city of Apopka, Bam-B Enterprises (McDonalds), and Simpson Law Firm. For more information about the event or to levelskillscamp.com. LAXOrlando Summer League will begin its eighth season playing pickup summer league Recreation Complex at 3719 Jason Dwelley Parkway, off Ponkan Road, in Apopka. All players entering 9th through 12th grade are eligible to play. Players register online at www.laxorlando.com and cost is $65 for Players register individually but they may play on a team of their choice. Currently, players have registered from Wekiva, Apopka, Ocoee, Winter Park, and Edgewater high schools. LAXOrlando Summer League, Inc. is a registered 501-c tax-exempt organization founded by Mike Armstrong in 2004. The league administrator is CPA Mark Edwards of RSM McGladrey, Inc. The league was founded to provide quality, low-cost lacrosse for devel oping and competitive players, Armstrong said. Over the past four years, the league has given out more than $3,500 in scholarships to deserving high school and college students. For the past several years, support has been provided to the league by Ocoee High School under the leadership of Coach Rick Kaetzel and his assistant coach Donnie Sanders. For more information, call Armstrong, head boys lacrosse coach of Wekiva High School, at 407-925-7297. Continued from page 1BMajor: In the picture at the left, Red Sox runner Spencer Hancock keeps his eye on his base coach while standing on second base. In the picture above, the Red Sox coaches talk to the players following one of their District 23 games. Prayers for rain have been working very well this weekSummer lacrosse league will be played in June in ApopkaSkills camp set for football, cheer Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 11B of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 4B of this newspaper.

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 5Bball while he was working for the family business, he applied to be a substitute teacher. In 2007, he was hired by Orange County Public Schools and assigned to substitute at Ocoee. That spring, the Ocoee boys volleyball head coaching position became available. He applied and even though he knew nothing about the sport, was hired. He consumed the sport, researching and learning about it when he wasnt working. At the same time, he was brought onto Entrekins staff. That opportunity led to him being hired by Cypress Creek. He has since social studies. When I received his resume, I instantly remembered why coach Entrekin brought him onboard the Mustangs said. He was here for only a few weeks, but during those weeks as the athletic director, as I do with all the coaches, I watched him. I saw he was a hard worker and energetic. The more I talked to him during the selection process, the more I felt he could be a Mustang. I felt he had what we need and are looking for. It began with the excitement in his voice about wanting to be a Mustang. Then, the more I looked at his resume as a baseball coach and talked to his references, the more I felt he is ready to take over his own program. Of course, being hired by and working with Entrekin held a lot of weight. He seems to be out the same mold, but there were other factors and all of his references were just as positive about him being ready to take over this program, a program which is rebuilding like we are takes a lot of extra responsibilities. We have that person who can do that. He is someone who still has youth and has the energy which comes from youth. Glenn also thought the time was right with Sanders background and attributes to move away from a coach who has been behind the bench at several programs. The fact he has been something to be said for being the loyal assistant coach. He has seen everything coaches need to know. He has seen the ins and outs. Every head coach has to start somewhere. At one point, I was given point, all of our athletes, even the ones who are faces of this schools success, cycling coaches for the sake of recycling coaches. We felt with Sanders, we could take the direction of injecting some new blood into Wekiva. He gives us a new angle. Glenn said Sanders is in the same mold as Entrekin and that the new coach also emphasis character, as does Entrekin. Sanders talked extensively about the quality of facilities being important towards a program having success. Glenn also pointed out his belief in how Sanders runs practices, keeping the players always moving. My philosophy and how I coach starts with the fundamentals, Sanders said. We want to have a strong defense, be aggressive on offense and keep the opposing lineup guessing by continuing to move on the mound. We want to put pressure on opponents defense and on their offense. The focus is on player development. Get them to their goal whatever it might be. If we do that, the philosophy will take care of itself, but speed, strength and agility. And, of course, we will also focus on the district. It is one of the toughest in Florida. That is what everyone says. We want to be respected like the other teams in the district are. We want to be mentioned in the same sentence as the Olympias, West Oranges, Apopkas and teams outside the district like Dr. Phillips. To do that, we have to beat them. In general, I am excited to take on the challenge and to be doing it at a place which coach gets to coach at a place where the small-town feeling exists.Sanders: Continued from page 1B Keep those wheels rolling... Keep those wheels rolling... Keep those wheels rolling... Keep those wheels rolling... Keep those wheels rolling... 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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 6B Wekiva captains Paxton Sickler (6) and Marissa Campopiano exchange congratulations after a goal this season. The Mustangs made it to the Class 8A regional playoffs after nishing as the District 5A-5 runner-up. For the second year in a row, Wekivas Sam Matlack qualied for the Class 2A state boys weightlifting meet. Matlack competed in the 129-pound weight class. He nished in 10th place at the state meet. As the ball ies through the air, Wekivas Kayla Carpenter reaches for it, as does Apopkas Jamira Pryor. The Mustangs girls lacrosse team had its best season in school history, nishing with several victories. Jaquinta Lyte of the Wekiva girls swim team takes a breath during a match against Apopka. The Mustangs defeated the Blue Darters for the second straight year, while the Wekiva boys swim team toppled Apopka for the rst time ever. Wekiva baseball player Austin McWhite (11) is congratulated by his teammates after he homered in the top of the seventh inning during the Mustangs 2-1 loss to Apopka. The close loss was typical of the tough season for the Mustangs. Standing with coach Lisa Montgomery are the nine Wekiva High girls who qualied for the state weightlifting meet, which was held February 11, in Kissimmee. Shown are, (l-r), front row, Luset Manuel, Regina Nestor, Shanice McCoy, Montgomery, Mattie Rogers, and Shaniah Irvin. Back row, Jarae Bargaineer, Kaitlin Dickson, Tia Sinclair, and Keara McKnight. Members of the Wekiva Mustangs varsity football team walk arm-in-arm as they enter the eld prior to kickoff of a home game this season. Under head coach Ty Parker, the Mustangs nished with a record of 4-6, winning three straight games in the middle of the season. Several new assistant coaches have joined the team for the 2012 season. Wekiva pitcher Savannah Lalande, who signed with LakeSumter Community College, was a bright spot for the Mustangs. The season was one of ups and downs for the youthful Wekiva squad, according to head coach Bryan Gary. While carrying the ball, Wekivas Tanner Clairborne is guarded by Apopkas Alexander Nagel during Wekivas 10-6 victory on Friday, March 2. The Mustangs were district runner-up and nished with a 10-6 overall record. Wekivas Javon Mason and Apopkas Darius Fields battle for control of a rebound in the Mustangs 42-41 victory over the Blue Darters. The Mustangs won on a buzzer-beating tipin by Jorrdan McCray. Wekiva running back Omari Albert set a school single-game rushing record with 319 yards, as he led the Mustangs to a 25-14 victory over the Lakeland George Jenkins Eagles. The Mustangs nished with a 4-6 record.Wekiva High athletes enjoy best season ever in several sports

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 7B Apopka High boys basketball coach Eddie Jenkins resigned after 17 years to take an administrative deans position at the school. Jenkins won 210 games as AHS coach. Matt Ruta was hired to replace Jenkins. Apopka softball coach Mike MacWithey (right center) was honored Friday, February 17, for his 30 years of coaching girls softball at various levels. MacWithey is in his 17th season as the Blue Darters head coach. Apopka girls soccer coach Doug Matthews won his 300th game at AHS, the only place he has coached. The Blue Darters had their best season ever, landing a spot in the state seminals. Apopka Blue Darters boys volleyball player Brandon Halver son spikes the ball during Apopkas match at home against the Lake Brantley Patriots. The Blue Darters defeated the Patriots. Selena Jaimes heads the ball for the Blue Darters in the teams state seminal loss to the Hagerty Huskies. It was the rst appearance in the state semis for the Blue Darters and head coach Doug Matthews. Apopka Blue Darters senior guard Nick McAuliffe guards an Edgewater player during their game played at Apopkas Joe A. Sterling Gymnasium. The Blue Darters defeated the Eagles, 63-59. The Apopka wrestling team won the Metro Conference West Division championship, as well as the District 3A-3 crown. Here, James Cherry takes down a West Orange opponent during a match early in the season. Blake Donohue of the Apopka Blue Darters boys golf team blasts out of a sandtrap as Nick Brandimarte of Wekiva High looks on. The Blue Darters defeated the Mustangs in the match played at Sweetwater Country Club. Apopka Blue Darters running back Mike Todd ran for an Or ange County-record 423 yards in Apopkas 60-21 victory at Palm Bay Bayside. As a team, the Darters ran for 588 yards, a school record. Apopka High football player Ty Darlington (back, second from right) played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl game. Here, he is shown with his family, including his father, Apopka head coach Rick Darlington (right) and his mother, Shelly (center, back), and brother, Zack (back, left). Other siblings are, (front, l-r), Molly, Gracie, Lilly, Jackson, and Wyatt. The Apopka High School boys track and eld team nished third at the state meet. Those AHS athletes who participated in the state track and eld meet are, (l-r), Jevric Blocker, Qua Barnes, K.J. Dillon, Darius Fields, Rayeisha Lowe-Chin, Jamal Whitaker, and Synjohn Lily. With them is coach Sheila Taylor. Not pictured is Laila Foster. Apopka High has another successful year in many sports

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 8BIf you really want to honor Flag Day in a big and unforgettable way next Thursday, June 14, do it with food. Plan a redwhite-and-blue dinner. Incorporate all three of those colors ica into an unforgettable red-white-andblue menu. All three colors could be combined in just one very dramatic dish as in the red, white and blue pie recipe below. Or, you might follow up a nutritious but light vegetable main course with a celebrative and colorful Flag Day threedesserts-sampling course that includes a red dessert, a white one and a blue. For example, you might provide sensibly sized servings of a strawberry pizza, blueberry cobbler and rice pudding dessert for your red, white-and-blue celebration of Flag Day. Blueberries, of course, are a perfect or strawberries or cranberries (also veggies like beets or tomatoes) can well represent the red. Rice works well for the white. To complete your colorful tribute States on the table as a centerpiece or ers plate. played or honored too much and Ameras anywhere else for displaying our colors and our patriotism on Flag Day. KATHY KRASNOFFS RED-WHITE-AND-BLUE PIE Recipe from When the Master Gardener Cooks 2-1/2 cups blueberries 1 cup water 2 tablespoons cornstarch 3 tablespoons sugar 2 baked 10-inch pie shells 1 large banana, sliced 1 (2-ounce) package whipped topping mix 3/4 cup cold milk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup sugar 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened Let blueberries sit in water until water turns blue. Pour off water into saucepan and add a couple of blueberries. In separate small dish, dissolve cornstarch in a small amount of water. Add the dissolved cornstarch and three tablespoons sugar to saucepan and cook over medium heat, until mixture starts to thicken and no longer appears cloudy. Add blueberries, stir and place in refrigerator to cool. Arrange banana slices in bottom of pie shells. Beat whipped topping mix, milk and vanilla together. Add sugar and cream cheese. Continue beating until stiff. Spread over banana slices. Top with blueberry mixture. Chill at least four hours. Recipe yields two 10-inch pies. (Note: For a tri-color Flag Day pie, top the blueberry topping with some large halved strawberries around the pie rim for red color along with the blue. The white will be displayed by banana sliced inside the pie when the pie is opened.) CHERRY FLUFF WITH MARSHMALLOWS AND ADDED BLUEBERRIES Recipe from Habitat for Humanitys Simple Decent Cooking 12 ounces whipped topping 1 cup pecan halves 1/2 of a 10-ounce package of miniature marshmallows Blueberries (amount of your choice) topping until mixture is pink. Fold in pecans and marshmallows. (For Flag Day, add lots of blueberries as well, not included in this original recipe.) Cover and chill until serving time. STRAWBERRY PIZZA Recipe from Habitat for Humanitys Simple Decent Cooking 1 cup butter, softened 1/2 cup confectioners sugar 8 ounces cream cheese, softened 1 cup confectioners sugar 1 envelope whipped topping, prepared 2 pints fresh strawberries 1 cup sugar 1/4 cup cornstarch 1/4 cup water 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 3 or 4 drops of red food coloring 8 ounces whipped topping confectioners sugar in bowl and mix well. Pat over bottom and up the side of a 12-inch pizza pan. Flute the edge. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Let stand until cool. Beat cream cheese, 1 cup confectioners sugar and prepared whipped topping in mixer bowl until smooth. Spread over baked layer. In saucepan, mash one pint of the strawberries. Stir in sugar. Bring to a boil. Stir in a mixture of cornstarch and water. Cook until thickened, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Stir in vanilla and food coloring. Let stand until cool. Slice one-half of the remaining strawberries. Add the sliced strawberries to the strawberry mixture and mix gently. Spoon mixture over the prepared layers. Pipe eight ounces of the whipped topping around outer edge of the pizza. Arrange the remaining whole strawberries in a decorative pattern in the center of the pizza. KATHY KRASNOFFS BLUEBERRY COBBLER Recipe from When the Master Gardener Cooks 4 cups blueberries 3/4 cup sugar 3 tablespoons butter 1/2 cup milk 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 cup sugar 1 tablespoon cornstarch 1/4 teaspoon salt 3/4 cup boiling water Put blueberries in an 8 x 12-inch ter. Add milk alternately with the mixture salt. Pour over fruit. Combine 1 cup sugPour over batter. Pour boiling water over everything and bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Serve warm with ice cream or serve cold. Recipe serves eight. KATHY KRASNOFFS BLUEBERRY STREUSEL PIE Recipe from When the Master Gardener Cooks 1 (8-ounce) carton sour cream 3/4 cup sugar 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon salt 2-1/2 cups blueberries 1 9-inch pie shell, unbaked 2 tablespoons sugar 3 tablespoons margarine or butter 3 tablespoons pecans large mixing bowl. Beat at medium speed utes. Fold in blueberries. Spoon into pie shell. Bake at 400 degrees for 25 mintwo tablespoons sugar, then cut butter mixture until mixture resembles coarse meal. Stir in pecans. Sprinkle mixture evenly over pie and bake an additional 15 minutes. Recipe serves six to eight. EVELYN McKENZIES LOW CHOLESTEROL RICE PUDDING Recipe from Treasures and Pleasures 1 cup rice 2-1/2 cups boiling water 1 cup sugar Butter or margarine (amount the size of large egg) Container of 2-egg-size Scramblers 4-1/2 cups skim milk Nutmeg 1 teaspoon vanilla Add rice to boiling water and simmer until water is absorbed. To the rice, add sugar, butter, vanilla, two-thirds of the of the skim milk. Mix well and pour into baking dish. Add the other one-fourth cup of milk to the remaining one-third container of Scrambler, beat well and spoon over the rice mixture. Sprinkle with nutmeg and bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Make Flag Day unforgettable with these colorful recipes Fun, Fitness and Fiction Apopka Recreation Summer Camp: Openings still available. Held at the Fran Carlton Center and Kit Land Nelson park from June 11 August 17. Camp is for children currently in kindergarwill be Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. The new lower rate is $100 per week for city of Apopka residents and $142.50 per week for noncity residents. There is a $10 non-refundable application fee per family and each child will be required a camp T-shirt for Interested parties may register on-line at www.apopka.net or in person at the Northwest Recreation Center. For more information, call 407-703-1784. Summer Gala Fundraiser to Friday, June 22, from 6:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m., at the Apopka Community Center/VFW, 519 S. Central Ave., Apopka. Held by Greenbrier Pets, this relaxed, casual evening, will include a brisket dinner, with all the trimmings, one drink and appetizers. Tickets are $50 per person. There will also be a cash bar, drawings and door prizes. For information or to buy tickets, call 407-886-2620 or emial dmulrine@greenbrierpets.com. Bridge Games and Classes: Every Monday and Friday morning at 9:15 a.m., at the Lake County Duplicate Bridge Club, 510 W. Key Ave., Eustis. Learn or play the most popular and talked about card game in the world. Newcomers are always welcome. For more serious and experienced players, games are held Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons at 1:15 p.m. For more information, call 352-315-9934 or visit lakeduplicate.com. Socks: Extended Hand Outtion in Apopka that assists local charities with provisions, is in need of pillows and socks for area shelters and homeless. For the drop-off locations, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation. org. For more information, call 800-962-2622, email extendedhandapopka@gmail.com or visit www.facebook.com/extendedhandoutreach. fered : The Living Healthy Program at Florida Hospital Apopka designed to help those with chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and more. Call 407625-7048 to learn more about free chronic disease self-management courses. The Orange County Fire Rescue Department offers free programs such as CPR, citisurveys, preventive health care presentations, and several other programs and services. They can be taught in English or Spanish. For information or a complete list, call 407-836-9081 or Members continue to collect old cell phones for the Sheriffs Department. Call 407-886-5023 for pick up. English and Spanish: Available daily or weekly at OCLS North Orange Branch.* Classes are: Computer Basics, Excel, Word Resume Writing, Email for Seniors, ELLIS English Lab, Word, Online Job Searches, Power Point, Internet, Open Lab, How to use a mouse and keyboard, etc. Call OCLS North Orange Branch* for more details. Sign up to the month of June! Go to www. habitat-apopka.volunteerhub. com and register for event. If you are new, register by clicking on the right, and sign up for Covenant Place. We need help hanging doors, installing trim, prep for painting, painting, landscaping, cleaning for occupancy! To volunteer in the Apopka Habitats Re-Store, call 407-880-8881 or 407-696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. Seniors Meals on Wheels: is looking for volunteer drivers. The routes are open Monday through Friday, each route taking about an hour. Anyone who can give an hour once a week, please call 407-615-8982. The Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, bereavement organization to meet 7 p.m., Apopka Assembly of God, 951 N. Park Avenue, Apopka. Meetings will be held on third Thursday of month, at same time and location and will usually last 60-90 minutes. For info, call 407-209-9980, or email TCFaverybayer@aol.com. SENIORS 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Free for AARP members. New guest speaker monthly. City of Apopka, Fran Carlton Center. 11 N. Forest Ave., Apopka. Contact Elaine Wallace at 407-886-4359 for more information. 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., at the Fifth Third Bank (corner of Rock Springs Rd., and Welch Rd.). Suggested donation is $5 per vehicle. Fundraiser: 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., at Shear Contry Barber Shop, 5704 Jones Ave., Zellwood. There will be face painting, balloons, skits, hot dogs, cotton candy, a Mad Science Show, baked goods, hayrides and more! For more information, call 321-277-4587 or email dixiemagnolia@msn.com. Off: from noon to 5:00 p.m., at the John H. Bridges Community Center, 445 W. 13th St., Apopka. The event is sponsored by th New Journey Youth Center. There will be free activities and entertainment, as well as unique merchandise for sale. Food will be for sale, such as $1 for hot dogs, and $2 for pork sandwiches and hamburgers. For more information, call Danyiel Yarbrough at 407-970-9263 or ter.org. gram: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., at The First Baptist Church of Apopka. Activities include Bible study, craft time, and singing for ages 5 years through 5th grade. For more information, call First Baptist at 407-886-2628. gram: 5:30 p.m. 6:25 p.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. Weighin is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, cial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are currently held at Radiant Life Church, 3151 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. For information, please call 407312-0849, or go to www.tops. org. Toastmasters: 7:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m., 180 E Main St., Apopka, in the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce building. For more information, call 407-765-2629 or visit www.Apopkatoastmasters.org. SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407886-4231 for more information. Come Walk n Talk. SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City of Apopka Fran Carlton Center. Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Board : 5:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings change with notice. For more information, call City Clerk 407703-1704 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Play basketball at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Bobby Scott at 407-247-5553 or 6:30 p.m., at the Zellwood Community Center, 3160 Union Sr., Zellwood. Participants are invited to bring a dish of any kind to share with others. For more information, call 407-625-1503. Fitness Center: 7:00 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-8862806 or visit www.aaog.tv. Weighin is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, cial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407886-1147. Crafts & Board Games: 9:30 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of senior adults 703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-7031631 for information. At 10:15 a.m., lasts approximately 15 min. every Wed. For infants birth to 18 months, OCLS North Orange Branch.* Toddler Time: At 10:45 a.m., every Wed., Especially for children ages 18 to 36 months and lasts approximately 20 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* One: At 11:15 a.m. every Wed. Recommended for children are free and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Recorder Music Classes: 11:15 a.m. noon, and from 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., at the Magnolia Park classroom, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. Music, music theory and group performance will be taught. The classes are free, although an RSVP is requested. For more information, call 407886-4231. : 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, off Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. For more information, call Laurie Holmes at 407-889-2421, or visit the website at www.apklaxclub. uslaxteams.com. SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-8864231 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central in Apopka Call 407880-0335 for information. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. at Porkies BBQ, 256 E. Main St., Apopka. Every Thursday night will feature drawplain showing off. For information, call 407-880-3351 or 407814-9678. 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-8862806 or visit www.aaog.tv. Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784.************Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce, 180 E. Main St., Apopka. For more info, call 407-886-1441. *(OCLS) Orange County Public Library North Orange Branch Address: 1211 E. Semoran Boulevard, Apopka 436 (Semoran) and Thompson Road. www.ocls.info. To reserve a space, call 407-8357323. tions. To send info, fax email ads@theapopkachief.com.To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, call 407-886-2777. or Visit the Web site at www.theapopkachief.com. WEEKLY EVENTS WEEKLY EVENTS WEEKLY EVENTS WEEKLY EVENTS

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 9B All-sport passes for the 2012-2013 school year at Apopka High are being sold at the school whenever the front Fred Priest, AHS athletic director, said the all-sport passes, which will be good for admission to all home sports events at AHS other than postseason playoffs, cost $50 per person and the forms for the passes are available throughout the summer into next school year. In addition to the individual passes, there are family passes that will admit four people to any AHS home athletic contest. Those passes will cost $175 each. For families with more than four people, additional passes will be available for $45 each. The school will still sell a booster pass for $60, which would include a reserved seat for all home varsity football games, as well as admission to all other home athletic contests. If a law enforcement agency charges you with a crime and this paper reports that information, please notify us within 90 days if the charge is later dropped or if you are found not guilty by the court. After verifying the information, we will be happy to publish it. to The Apopka Chief Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-8862777. In the period from May Department received 1,100 calls for assistance, responded citations, and made 43 arrests. Of these arrests, three were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were charged with larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense, burglary to occupied dwelling unarmed and contributing to delinquency of minor cause to commit act of delinquency depend need. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Jose R. Colungamunoz, 25, 1002 Emeralda Rd., Orlanof alcohol or drugs. Joel Reshay Rudolph, 34, 1279 Whispering Winds Ct., Apopka, loitering or prowling. Keith Maurice Massey, 33, 1279 Whispering Winds Ct., Apopka, loitering or prowling. 2604 W. 1300 S. Silver Lake, Ind., possession cocaine. Anthony S. Owens, 42, 559 Zachery Dr., Apopka, warrant-Orange County Sheriffs 120 Caldwell St., Apopka, operating vehicle without valid drivers license, warrant-Ordriving without valid drivers license. Lucy A. Dixon, 22, 415 9th St., Apopka, writ-Orange session of drug paraphernalia. Stoneywood Way, Apopka, reviolence. Stoneywood Way, Apopka, reviolence. Arturo Vasquez Jr., 20, 61 E. Orange St., Apopka, warrant-possession of weapon or ammo by convicted felon. Juan Pedro Mendoza, 26, 516 Lakebridge Ln., Apopka, violation-driving with expired drivers license for more than 4 months. Jessie B. Ingram Jr., 30, 62 E. 7th St, Apopka, warrant-OrJamarcot Simons, 26, 215 E. 20th St., Apopka, writ of attachment-failure to appear. Llewelyn L. Johnson, 55, driving while license suspended. Antonio Jerome Goffe, 25, 209 W. 7th St., Apopka, warrant-Orange County Sheriffs Lorrain St., Orlando, operating vehicle without valid drivers license. Angela Marie Maynard, 30, 3251 Robinson St., Zellwood, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense. James Edward Vanamburgh, 44, 400 E. 10th St, Apopka, simple assault-intent threat to do violence, damage property-criminal mischief-$200 and under. Adam D. Johnson, 19, 1746 Blossomwood Lane, Apopka, battery-domestic violence. Heisha Teshaun Thompson, 30, 313 W. Apopka Hills, Apopka, driving a vehicle without valid license. Guadalupe Cantu, 22, 160 Grossenbacher Dr., Apopka, driving while license suspended. Arthur Grason Ward, 44, 6444 Mt. Plymouth Rd., Apopka, possession and/or use of drug equipment. Ralph Shuler Jr., 23, 426 W. Ella J. Gilmore St., Apopka, fraud-utter false bank bill note check draft, larceny-grand theft $300 but less than $5,000, reviolence, possession of marijuana not more than 20 grams. Bison Cir., Apopka, dealing in stolen property. Patrick Weldon Riley, 43, 1722 Fairhaven Ct., Apopka, hit and run leave scene of crash involving damage to property. Stevon Lamar Isaac, 29, 1305 Penrose Ct., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 1st degree $100 but less than $300. Stephanie Marie Garcia, 21, 1000 S. Lake Pleasant Rd., Apopka, warrant-St. Lucie Police Beat 40, 1671 Pickard Cir., Apopka, warrant-Seminole County ID. Markus Lavon Martin, 21, 630 Monica Rose Dr., Apopka, damage property-criminal mischief. Larry L. Odum, 54, transient, disorderly intoxication. Marcy Bastien, 21, 7613 Mandarin Dr., Orlando, battery-touch or strike. Christopher Shawn Dillion, 32, 475 Dream Lake Dr., Apopka, possession of marijuana not more than 20 grams. Mario Plascencia-Torres, 30, 1240 Dovehill Dr., Apopka, alcohol or drug. John L. 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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 10B holes time after time during the happening and then it was, but we made some minor adjustments here and there, and the times, it just takes longer than other times. The bottom of the lineup did a great job in setting up Ty (Greene) to have the opportunity to get the big hit, and he got the big hit when he had his opportunity to deliver the big blow. Holding a 5-4 lead enter ing the fourth, Apopka drew three walks and, combined with an error, extended the lead to 6-4. Ty Greene, the leadoff hitter, then lined a 2-2 pitch With the runners moving on the pitch, the single cleared the bases and was effectively the play which put an end to whatever opportunity the Rays had to win as the lead was upped to Another run left the score at 10-4 after four innings. As they did during their out of the gate looking to set a walks and it led to two runs. A leadoff double by Michael St. Germain led to another run and a 3-0 advantage during the second. The Rays cut the lead to 3-1 during their half of the second as a single, a stolen base and another single brought in of a series of tit-for-tat runs and innings, as at least one run was scored during the next six half innings. Two errors, a stolen base and a walk accounted for two runs during Apopkas half of the third to extend the lead to 4-1. The lead was cut once again during the bottom of the third as two walks and three stolen bases put runners on second and third. Bryson Leverett stroked a single through the hole on the left side of the in and cut the lead to 5-4 enter ing the fourth. Greene began the game on the mound for Apopka. He was followed by Jose Class and then Zach Weaver closed out the game decisively. batters, including the side dur Jake Langley started the game for the Rays, pitching The pitching had some struggles, Tag Greene said. But it got the outs when we needed them. We took the lead early. Again, as I talked about know how important that is and we focus on coming out during ball. Today was why we believe and focus on getting that good start. It is easier to play from ahead than from behind. Having that lead allowed us to struggle a little bit today We got into trouble a couple of times, but the pitchers never gave up the lead. We also limited Greene and Class to 35 pitches each because we want them to be eligi ble for the championship game on Friday, so each of them did a good job of getting us to Zach and both threw exactly 35 pitches. We felt once we got to Zach, it was going to be lights out if we had a lead. But with the runs we scored during the out when we brought him in. He brings the heat and places the ball well. The batters just couldnt get around on him and now he can start the third game. The Braves connected for only three hits. The Rays downfall was the walk. Its pitchers gave up nine base on balls. The Rays also committed three errors. Greene, Class and Weaver and hitting another one. great plays to keep the game close and were examples of hitting the ball hard, but not quite able to get the hit, Greene said. They robbed us of hits a couple of times which would have brought in runs. I was impressed with them. They also did a good job of preventing us from playing successful small ball. We tried to put a couple of bunts down and it failed, so we went back to hitting the ball and, in particular, the long ball. It was much more successful. This team never gives up. Tonight, we got something of a test. We havent played in a lot of games which were close lately, so we not only got tested for trying to win a close game in general, but for the fact it was something we arent comfortable with because we havent experienced it a lot. The players showed they have some inner strength by doing something they havent had to do a lot this season. For the second year in a row, the Apopka Raptors will host the Excel Speed and Fitness Training Camp in ApopGrade Center, which now serves as a temporary home for Rock Springs Elementary School. The camp will begin times a week for six weeks. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 4-15 and the training is for all sports. The camp is run by former Apopka High School standouts Lo former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Aaron Jones. Excel Speed and Fitness offers train ing in a wide range of areas, including speed, special train ing, quickness, agility, combine training, technique, 40yard shuttle run, vertical broad jump, and more. Sessions will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:45-7:15 p.m. (Inclem ent weather days will be made up on Saturdays). Participants do not have to be members of If more than 30 kids sign up for the six-week session, the cost of the camp will be $10 a week. Pricing for a camp size of 30 youngsters or less will be $20 per week. For more information, or to sign up, contact Melanie Simmons, Apopka Raptors secretary, at secretary@apopka raptors.com. For more about Excel Speed & Fitness, visit www. excelspeed.com.Youth football program will sponsor speed, agility summer campMinor: Continued from page 3B

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 11B though it doesnt mean success is a given, when one comes from coaching stock that wins championships, it is usually another element which plays a role in earning that reputation for coaching championships. Butts is no exception as his road to success began at an early age with him being surrounded by the game and coaching it. At the very least, he was a part of a championship teams coaching staff and played a coming a champion as well as having Jones ear. In addition to his over all career record, Butts teams season tournament four consecutive years and advanced to four twice. To compile that record and success in only six years, consistency is required. His individual season records at Blanche Ely: 2005-2006: 19-6/ lost in dis2006-2007: 23-4/ lost to EdgeBroward in state regional semi2009-2010: 26-3/ lost to DilAfter his six-year run at Blanche Ely, Butts moved to the Orlando area for reasons centered around his family. Many in his wifes family are residents of the area. He served as a part of Jones staff at Dr. Phillips dur ing the 2011-12 season, culstate championship. Butts became a head coach relatively quickly as far as working his way up the coaching ladder. He was a boys assistant for four years under coach Clarence Fleming at Taravella High School in Coral Springs and then became the head coach at Ely Blanche, his alma mater. He graduated in 1993 from Ely Blanche and then pursued a bachelors degree in engineering at Florida State. After earning the bachelors degree, he enrolled at Florida Atlantic, where he earned his masters in education with a teaching cer Apopka is a tight knitcommunity, Butts said. The schools are tight knit as a result. The Mustangs have a strong parental base and we can make history together. The relationship between me and the program is similar. We are still very young and are looking to establish a reputation for success. Another factor which played a role in the decision to be named the Mustangs head coach is Butts involvement with the Amateur Athletics ment, he is very knowledgeable about the players in the area, both Mustangs and those on other teams. But the involvement also had another effect which came full circle with him being hired. came through that avenue. He met DAndre Bullard as uated in 2011. He played point guard for coach Scott Williams (the Mustangs only basketball head coach) and was a member of its 2011 class which led the as it compiled a combined winning percentage of .636 for the 2009-10 and 2010-11 season as FHSAAs postseason tournament. The Mustangs defeated the Blue Darters in the district After spending some time with DAndre, I had some interest and was somewhat intrigued with Wekiva, Butts said. It was a stepping stone to learning about the school. But I really got to know Wekiva dur ing my time at Dr. Phillips. As a part of that staff, one which is winning state championships, coaches tend to pay attention to the Metro teams and, in particular, how they are structured and position themselves. Again, the more I paid atten tion to Wekiva, the more I felt it has well structured and positioned itself. out how to get the program to realize its potential. There is also potential because the school is still fairly new. It doesnt have a lot of history as far as success and reputation as one of the top programs. The boys program has done fairly well. It has a strong structure and done a good job of positioning itself, a blueprint of sorts. So when the coaching position opened, it was still much more intriguing and interesting to me than the other ones. An up-tempo, up and down style comes with the new coachs arrival. Although it isnt different in the general sense from the reputation the program has already devel oped regarding the style the girls team plays with, it will have some differences in its be determined until closer to the start of the 2012-13 season. Butts will make that decision after evaluating the talent he has this summer. The Mustangs have a lot of athleticism and that is important in the system my teams play, Butts said. We run. We push the ball up and down the court. We play up-tempo basketball. So it is more important to have athletes and athleticism than the traditional basketball. That doesnt mean that the traditional basketball player isnt important. But it is at its most effective and strongest when it is combined with athleticism. The philosophy is defense wins games. Getting the most possessions offensively and causing disruption when the opponent has the ball is how that is done. Athleticism, the ability to wear opponents down by forcing them to run up and down the court with us is at the center of it. The more athletic, the longer we can do that, the more we can do it over and over. I havent seen the talent yet. So I cant talk about the differences in how we will do it. But discipline is the key and that will be where the differences start.Butts: Continued from page 1B The Apopka High School girls volleyball program will be having a car wash on Saturday, June 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Fifth Third Bank (corner of Rock Springs Road and Welch Road). The suggested donation per vehicle. High girls volleyball team 4 WEEK SPECIALSPECIAL*FREE Regular CLASSIFIEDDEADLINE: Monday 5p.m. for Wednesday/Friday delivery 130. REAL ESTATE Earn extra Ca$h... $ell your $tuff here!!www.theapopkachief.com classifieds@theapopkachief.com Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 11B of this newspaper. 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bfrbtbfrf r r b r f t t t t t t t brr f nb bn brnr n tnbrr r r tt nnrf rnfbt nf t n fnrbfb t b t b bb t t bnrb b r ff ntb nb n rt ttn rr f nrtb f r t t r r r r ft t t r r r fttt r t tt b b b nr f f f f f f f f t nr trb fr trb ft rb tr t bft r t t bbt t t r t r t rb r r rr r r t ft t r trt r b bt r b trt t r b t f f f t f tn t bt bb bb b b t tb b bb t tb n tb t tb n bb t ttn t tb btt t t tn t bb tttn t t n t b b bb b t tt b t bt tnt n ntn t tbt n nt t tb b r t r ff ntb nb n rt ttn rr f nrtb f r t t r r r r ft t t r r r fttt r r r f r t tt b b b nr f f f f f f f f t nr trb fr trb ft rb tr t bft r t t bbt t t r t r t rb r r rr r r t ft t r trt r b bt r b trt t r b t f f f r t r f r n tb tt nt t tt t rf n rf tb nf n nf n bb n bn b rb rbt r rft bfb bt f rb n f b n n b tr frftnrfbnf ntr b bf r b rf rft b bbftrf b b b n b b rft b ttb n r bb nf rb bfff r r nf b bbt trb r nrfbb brn bnbn nf b tr n b nn f tbbt nb r b nfrtfrtbf r r b r r f t trr tfb bn n trnr nbbb ntrr r r tt nnrbbfb b rnfb bbnfb n fbnrf t b t b bb t t t bnrb r f r n tb f f f f tt r t nt rr t rf n r tb nf n nf n rfb n bn b rb rbt fb rft bfb bt f rb n f b n n b tr frftnrfbnf ntr b bf rbrf rft b bbftrf b b b n b b rft b ttb n r bb nf rb bfff r r nf b bbt trb r nrfbb brn b nbn nf b tr n b nn f tbbt nb r b nfrtfrtbf b nr r r r f t trr tfb bn n trnr nbbb ntrr r r tt nnrbbfb b rnfb bbnfb n fbnrf t b t b bb t t t bnrb rf ntbb t f t t t f t t t t t t t t t n t t n t tt ntt t tntt t t t t t n nnn t b t t t tntt t t rf nt fr f b fr r r f f b t f frrf nt r rf nr fr r fr nt f rf r nt f rf ff r fr f f r rf r nrb ff nf f r n trf f nrb r rf r f r t n t t t b t t t t tt b b t t t t t t b fr fr bbt tt tb b f r r r f r n r rff f f f r r f ffr r fr f ft n f fr f f f rf bnf f fn f r f f r frffrf b fr f r f r t f ntfrff rrf r r fr t bb b r f f fntbt bbtb fff r f f r f f f f ff f f t ff f f ff f f t rfnntb nnrr r r f tb f f f f f f r t btt rr n b nbb tbn bnb b tt tbn rr n tbt rf fntb bbt rfr r f frffr f rf n r tbfr f n tn n r r r f 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rfnntttb b r r r r r fft r r rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n bbtt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t bnbtb n ffr ftf fb rfnntttb r r r r r rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r b b f f t rrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t bnt n ffr ftf fbb rfnnttfbf r r r r bb r r r r bt rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf fb rffnftb bb r r r r r b r r bn r ff rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n bbnn tn t fnn nf r r b b f f t rt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r fn nt bbnb t t tffr fnf fb r fntbb tt fff f ff rr r r r r r rf rr r r r r fr ffr r r rffr ffr fr fr rfr f f r rr rr r b f rf ntb tt r n n r n n t t n tt nt t tn t tt b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r btr br f ff f f r r r n r r n f rf n tt b tt r n n r n n t t n tt nt t tn t tt b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r btr r ff f f r r r n r r f rf n ttt btt r n n r n n t t n tt nt t tn t tt b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r tr tr f ff f f r r r n r r f rf n t btt r n n r n n t t n tt nt t tn t tt b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r tr nr f ff f f r r r n r r f rf n t b r n n r n n t t nt t nt t tn b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r bbnr t r f ff f f r r r n r r f rf n ttt b r n n r n n t t n tt nt t tn t nt b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r tbr r f ff f f r r r n r r f rf ntbn r n n r n n t t nt t nt t tn n b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r btr r f ff f f r r r n r r f rf n t btt tt b tt ttt btt t b tt t b ttt b tbn ff fr r f ff ff r r r r n r f tr r ntb tnt r rbb n t tt r r t n brntbn bn rfnntttbt bt r r r r fb rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n fb f n n b ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf f rfnntttbft r r r r r ff ft r r b r f rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t nt n ffr ftf f rffnntfb b r r r r r r r tt rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n bbnn n fnn nf r r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r t r fn tn bbnb ffr fnf fb rf ntb n r n r n r r n n b nn nn r n nnb t t t tt t t t t n t t r rt t t tt tt r t t b rf r rntb rf t b bb rf b r r r frf b r r r b bb r b r b r r n tt r r r br r r rbbrf r r br t b t t nt nt b t t t t t tt b bb t t t t t t tb b r r r r r r f r r n b b b r fr n b b f r br r r b rb f b r r rf b fbb r r b rbrrn r n t brr tt b br bb r f ntb n n f n nr n r r n r n f n n t t nt t t ntt tt tt t t t n t t t t t t t tt tt t t rf rfntb rf bf t b b bf t t t t r t t b n t n t b b b t b n b n b bnb tb f b b b tt fb rr n tbf n tt t t n t t t t t t t t t t t tt t t t tt tt t t t t t t t t t t t t t tt t t t t bttf r f r n tb b f nt n fr n t rf n r tbfr f n tn n r rf f bf r n bf b b n n bbr b b bf rf n rf nf tnb r bf r rbfb rf frf b n b rf b n r nfb r bffbf r r nf b r r nrf rn nn nf r n f nn bf b n r nbfrbtbfrf r r b r b n r f t t t t t t t brr f nb bn brnr n tnbrr r r tt nnrf rnfbt nf t n fnrbfb n r r nf b r brbb n f rf r nnrbnf bf n n r bbr bf r n nbf n f n r fb r fn n n n n nbbnf n rbf rbrf r nf r nn bfrn rf n rf nf nn rf f nn rfn tnbr r rrr n n n rrrf n bbr nf bbf fnb rbnf b b n n rrrf b rf r n r rbf n nb brb r n r nfbrbnf rb bnrb rffnftb r r r r r r tn rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n nn n b fnn nf r r b b f f t rt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r tb r bfn tn n ffr fnf fbbb r fntbt bbt ff fr r f f r r f f f f f ff ff ff fr ff tbbf f rr f nrtb f r t t r r r r ft r rt r ft t t r r f f r r br r n tb r r tt r t tt rb rr t t b b f f f f f f f t t rr tt r r ft r tft f n r r r t r f tbr r r tbr b tbr t r bb r bb b rr f r t r f f r rtbt t r f ntb n n f n n r n n r n f n n rr nn r n nn t nt t nt t t nt r nt t nt t r nt t t t tt tt n t t t rfn tb b n r b nn r r r r r f tt r b r bn r n rrf r n rn r n n r f t r b n b b b b n r n b b r b r n b n b n b b r t b tftf b r fntbt bbb nn fff r f f r f f f r rf ntbn t ntbn rftt ntbn t t bt b t f f f f t f f r nn ffbbbb b f t t n b t n tt t n t b t tb btbbn bb fn tbt

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Members of the Class of 2012 graduated from Wekiva High School and Apopka High School over the past week. In the picture above, Wekiva graduates move their tassels after receiving their diplomas, while in the picture at the right, Apopka High School valedictorian Tyler Darlington carries the ceremonial mace into the graduation ceremony, signifying the beginning of the event. Wekiva held its graduation exercises on Monday, June 4, while Apopkas took place on Friday, June 1. Both events were held at the UCF Arena. A full page of color pictures is on page 1C for Wekiva High, while for Apopka, the pictures are on page 14A. This week Section A Section B Section COpinion . ..............4A-5A Lifestyle . ..................6A W orship . ..................8A Bus. news . .............. 11A Bus. Rev. . .......12A,13A AHS graduation . ...14A Sports . .....................1B Kapers . ....................8B Dining & Ent . ...........9B .......1 1B-14B Service Dir. . ....12B,13B WHS graduation . .....1C Legal ads . ........2C-10C LifestyleGod Bless AmericaSportsA long-time Apopka resident has been inducted into a local Hall of Fame. See page 6A. Two Apopka Little League teams are playing in their respective District 23 tournament. See page 1B. The Apopka ChiefVolume 90 Number 23Covering the community in the 21st centuryFriday, June 8, 2012 / 50 cents The Apopka Chief By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff   By John Peery Apopka Chief Staf f By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff -By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff to be as stringent as the sur That portion is going to be Student moves from classroom to workplaceBrummer hosts meeting about septic tanks See STUDENT Page 3AOrange County Commissioner Fred Brummer (l) hosted several citizens at his commission ofce in Orlando. See SEPTIC Page 3A See ZELLWOOD Page 2A See VALUES Page 10A Property values in Apopka continue downward slideDonegan Reyes Happy times for graduates Deputies looking for missing girlJoyce Lampp, a former secretary at the school, signs the Wall of History.200 gather to remember school6-month moratorium put on pain managment clinics See CITY Page 2A

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The Apopka ChiefJune 8, 2012, Page 1B See the stories and pictures at the top of the page about the Apopka Little League teams that are involved in the District 23 tournament. The minor league Braves district title game today, Friday, June 8, at 6 p.m. at Maitland Little League, while the major league Red Sox had to day, June 7, past press time. Q. What two new coaches will lead teams next year at Wekiva High School? A. Lamarr Glenn, WHS athletic director, has hired Jason Sanders to coach the Mustangs baseball team, while Tommie Butts will lead the girls basketing job, while Butts has several years of successful coaching in south Florida.SportsBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Apopka Braves 3, Oviedo Marlins 2 (minor) The Braves left no doubt they should be representing pool B in the championship game as they ran through pool play undefeated. W ith three consecutive victories, the Braves went undefeated in pool B play. The only undefeated team in pool play, the Braves advanced to the championship game against Oviedos pool A participant. The game is scheduled for today, Friday, June 8, with a 6 p.m. starting time. It will be played at the Maitland Little League complex, located on Keller Avenue. The Braves opened the tournament by taking an early lead, building on it and then ended the game before the scheduled six innings by eventually increasing it to 10 runs. The Braves won the game 111. (A story about that game is elsewhere in Sports.) The Braves began the second game by taking the lead early and holding it throughout the game. Eventually, Apopka put the victory away with a four-run rally during the fourth. It won that game by turning a close lead into a big one late. But perhaps its most impressive victory was the one it run. Playing the Oviedo Marlins, the Braves were down to their last strike when they scored two runs during the thrilling, dramatic game which had a little bit of everything but was mostly a pitchers duel. I have said it throughout the tournament, manager Tag Greene said. This is a team that works hard and doesnt give up. They go hand-in-hand. We havent had a lot of close games, but they have played with that same attitude as if they were behind and needed to make something happen. During the huddle before the last at-bat, we tried to calm the players down and relax them. We told them we needed only one run to stay alive. That takes only two or three batters and if we take it one batter at a time, we can score that run. It was a great victory which says so much about the character of this team. We are very proud of this team. A championship team does what win, especially when the game W ith one out, Devin Gryll The next batter, Jose Class, hit avoided a double play, which kept a runner on base and avoided the game ending at that point by beating the throw to turned out to be the most important play of the game because the next batter, Zach Weaver down to the Braves the shortstop and into the leftaround the bases, beating the Survive and advance the Apopka Little League majors to heart this week. If, on Thursday, June 7 past press time, the they will likely advance to the championship game of the Disspectacularly unusual circumstances. Those circumstances included a 10-5 loss to the Oviedo ment pits the champions of each local Little League which are some circumstances in its favor, made the game against the Blue Jays meaningless towards the winner of the pool. Even though the games ended in the most unusual of ways, enough to win the pool. This has been the strangest tournament Ive ever coached Sox coach Doug Hancock said. We obviously played a game far from worthy of earning a spot in the championship game (against the Blue Jays), but the previous two games we were winning and we think we would have won regardless of the odd circumstances. We played well in those two games, the kind of play which gets a team into the championship game. pared us to be good enough to be in the championship game, and we did what we were supposed to up to this point, to get there. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff It isnt quite a homecoming, but Wekiva High has found the man to lead its baseball program with the theme of a second opportunity. A member of the baseball coaching staff for a short period of time four years ago, Jason Sanders has come full circle after being named the head basecoaching position. I am excited about the opportunity Dr. (Elise) Gruber and coach (Lamarr) Glenn have given me, Sanders said. I am excited that my time as an assistant and learning the game has paid off in the form of becoming a head coach. I community that supports their schools. Apopka still has that small town feel to it and that fosters the support. Although I was not there long, it doesnt take a lot of time to see that the support is important, just how strong it is. That support is also important to a coach. Sanders has spent the past three seasons as Wekiva coach Eric Entrekin. Then, he was an assistant to Eddie Doyle before Chuck Schall took over that program last year. The year before that, he was wearing a Cypress Creek uniform. During the off-season, Sanders was a part of the Mustangs staff as Entrekin was preparing he was offered a teaching position at Cypress Creek and resigned from the Mustangs coaching staff before the school year started. I believe I am the right man for the job, because I have been well groomed, Sanders said. I have learned the trade, so to speak, under some very good coaches, who have also been very successful in a number of ways. Coach Entrekin is at the top of that list. Of course, he is very much respected around Wekiva for what he did at the school. He knows me very well. He knows what kind of person I am and what kind of coach I have the potential to become. So, for that reason, his recommendation also holds some weight. Without a doubt in my mind, learning under him and being a part of his staff played a big role in the decision to hire me. Sanders graduated from Astronaut High School in Titusville and played baseball during his time as a student. He then earned his bachelors degree in history from the University of Florida. After graduating from Florida, he met and married his wife, which led to him becoming a part of her familys business, rebuilding houses. But, because he wanted to teach and coach base Perhaps he isnt the most recognizable name, but if a girl wants to play basketball, Tommie Butts is as good as anyone to learn and grow under. And, along the way, the girl will probably become known as a part of an elite program that wins championships. Butts was named Wekiva High Schools new girls basketball head coach last week. W ekivas basketball program is a lot like (Pompano Beach) Ely Blanches was when I took it over, Butts said. There is a lot of potential. It has seen some of it, but it isnt close to what it could become. The situation for winning is favorable. The program has all the tools it needs to be a consistent winner and contend for championships. My job is to build a winning program and that is done by helping the players understand the game better. I am stepping into a challenging situation, but feel I am up for it. Butts record is one of gaudy numbers as the lowest number of wins he has achieved in one season is 17 and the most losses he has ever suffered during one season is eight. Perhaps the gaudiest of those statistics is his overall record centage. Coach Butts came here (the Orlando area) with a great background, Mustangs athletic director Lamarr Glenn said. He did some great things down south. The most obvious measurement is his career and season records, and also obviously, that draws attention to begin with. But, when a coach compiles a record like he has, he has all of the required intangibles or, is just as good at doing the behind-the-scenes responsibilities. At the top of that list is that he brings a level of organization which is second to none, and he works hard. He does his homework. I wasnt just impressed with the tangibles, the record. When I interviewed him, he knew the district very well. He brought multiple pages of notes about the district and how we matched up with our district rivals. He also knew who was returning and how they had matched up individually to the other players in the district. That really stood out to me among the interviews. We also talked about him being willing to do what it takes to get the program to that level of championship contender, even if it means taking a step backward in the short term to take two forward in the long term. cousin to Anthony Jones, the girls basketball coach at Dr. Phillips High which has won the past two state championships and made the Apopka Little League Braves in minor league District 23 title gameApopkas Zach Weavers foot hits the plate prior to the tag by the Oviedo catcher, as he scores the winning run in the Braves dramatic 3-2 victory. Apopkas Devin Gryll is hit by a pitch during the Braves 3-2 victory over Oviedo. Sanders Butts During a District 23 pool play game, Katey Sanders looks toward home plate prior to a pitch for the Apopka Red Sox. for berth in title game for Dist. 23 See MINOR Page 3B See SANDERS Page 5B See BUTTS Page 11B See MAJOR Page 4BWekiva High hires baseball, girls basketball coachesSanders named baseball coachButts to coach girls basketball

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 3B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff A good offense is the best defense was not lost on the minor league Apopka Braves all season and they carried it into west Reds as they scored early and often to end the game before it really started en route to an 11-1 10-run rule victory. The players know scorof innings puts the opponent at a disadvantage, Tag Green, Apopka manager, said. They know it is easier to play from ahead than from behind. They made sure they were ready and prepared and made the most of the opportunities we created. We werent perfect. We made a couple of mistakes, but we converted a lot more opportunities into runs than we failed to score. The players have worked all season to get to where we are at and that was a focus, to make sure we put ourselves in that position of being ahead early. Tonight was what we have been doing all season and once again the victory started with being prepared and focusing on scoring early to get that advantage of playing from ahead. It would be hard to argue against Greenes explanation as his team pasted the opponent two innings en route to achieving the victory by means of the 10-run rule. Ty Greene, the managers son, led off the game ripping a single through the middle. Another single followed off the bat of Devon Gryll. Then, patience paid off for Jose Class as he drew a walk to load the bases. It looked like the Reds were going to get out of the inning with minimal damage and survive the initial onslaught as Mike Sowers got the next two batters out, but Chris Medlock changed all of that when he slashed a single over the shortruns of the game. An error by the Reds third baseman as Jeremiah Pagan hit a hard grounder made the score 3-0. The second inning began with four consecutive walks to up the lead to 4-0, but Apopka was looking for more to put the game out of reach early and quickly, and it relied on the mundane to get it done. brought in the two other runs during the inning. A walk and single began the next frame and it led to two the victory off with four more runs during the fourth inning. Apopka drew two walks and belted a single and a double to score three runs. The other run came in by way of a wild pitch. In the meantime, the Reds created scoring opportunities for themselves, but the Braves pitching combination of Greene, Medlock, and Zach Weaver held the offense in check. During three of the four stanzas, the Reds had a runner in scoring position. struck out the batter with two second. The Reds scored their only run during the third and it came in because of an error with two outs. Medlock induced the next third base with the bases loaded. During the fourth, the Reds once again loaded the bases and Weaver came in. He struck out the next two batters to end the inning and the rally. We hit the ball well and that was because we were patient, Greene said. We waited for the good pitch and, again, didnt put ourselves in bad positions. We got a good performance from our pitchers. They gave up a few hits and the Reds got a couple of good hits, but when we needed an out, we got it. The reason for that was the pitcher kept the ball low, in particular with runners on the bases. Ty started the game the way we needed him to, getting in to the third without a run. Chris came in and got us to Zach. Then, of course, Zach two strikeouts. Thats hard to beat. We got a complete game from the whole team. Just like the individual game, it is important to get off to a good start for the tournament in general. isnt eliminated from winning the championship, but the odds no longer controls its own fate. It needs some help. So we focused on not just getting a good start to the individual game, but to the tournament in general and the players are well aware of the implications of winning Apopka drew eight walks In total, it put 14 batters on base. Every batter (11) reached base at least once. Greene and Gryll both went 2-for-3 while Sam Thornton, as well as Robbie Rivera walked twice. I want to emphasize the work these players put in, Green said. Yes, we are talented, but the players have practiced above the normal. They dont just want to be good. They want to be champions. They come to every practice, sometimes six times a week and are willing to stay late if that was what was required. They never complained. Tonight, that attitude and work ethic to get better was on display through how well we played from the beginning of the game. throw home to tie the game at 2-2. Then, while Garrett Brewer was batWeaver rambled down the third base line and slid into home, avoiding the catchers attempted tag, to win the game for the Braves. It set off a celebration for the players to remember as a highlight as they glove, Greene said. At that point, it was do or die. Zach had already left the base when I turned to him. We are an aggressive club. We have played that way all season. I always tell the players it is better to be out because we are aggressive than to not score runs because we arent taking chances. Everyone has the sign to go in that situation, but he won the game with a great slide. If he had slid in on top of the plate, he would have been out. He went as far to the right side as he could. That forced the catcher to have to reach out and it gave Zach just the difference on that play and that play decided the game. Weaver started the game for the Braves and was matched almost pitch for pitch by the Marlins Greg Ashley. The two put on a pitching clinic, particularly in making the right pitches to hold teams off the board. lead during the second. It came as result of Oviedo losing its poise. With neither team able to put together consecutive positive plays at the plate, it felt, at the time, like it would be the only run of the game. With two outs, Robbie Rivera drew a walk. Greene then hit a hard ball to the second baseman. Despite it being hit hard, it wasnt. The ball was bobbled and then thrown wide to second base. The ball went third. bad throw on the same play occurred. This time, the throw to third was wide and it allowed Rivera to take home plate and the Braves took a 1-0 lead. An error by the Braves began the fourth, allowing Ashley to reach base. He advanced to third on a single off the bat of Julian Pinto. A wild pitch brought in Ashley as the game was tied at 1-1. next frame with a walk and single. They advanced to the next base on a wild pitch ley. Perhaps the most important play of the game which set up Weavers run on the then to home. Webber tried to score from second but was tagged out at the plate in another incredibly close play. If he had scored, the lead would have been extended to 3-1, which changes the complexion of the game heading into the sixth inning. Weaver went 3-1/3 innings, striking out nine batters. He had a 1-2 count on the batter when he was replaced. The coaches had to take him out at that point instead of to remain eligible to play in the championship game. He gave up three hits and did not walk a batter. Weaver then struck out the next three batfor a triple with one out, but Weaver once again rose to the challenge, He struck out the next two batters. The lone run Weaver gave up was unearned. The run he gave up was earned. He struck out another four batters. His other statistics were two hits and three walks. The Braves faced Ashley during the unearned and he struck out eight. He was touched for one hit, but issued three walks and hit a batter. stanza was earned. He struck out one batter while giving up one hit, a walk and hit a batter. We had to take Weaver out, Greene said. We wanted to keep him in and try to get a complete game from him because this ing mistake would be the difference. We wanted our horse in there, the player who had the strength to keep pitching, but if we kept him in, he wouldnt be eligible to pitch Friday (in the championship game), so we had no choice. He pitched a great game because he used his velocity effectively. Again, we are so proud of this team and the work ethic the players have. They didnt fold. They kept focused on doing what they had been doing all season. We also thank the players and our fans for their support. They have shown so much of it throughout the season and tonight, they were louder than they have ever been. There is nothing better than hearing them during a close game which comes down not to the last inning, but the last out. Their support is a big part of our success and us getting to the championship game. Apopka Braves 10-Maitland Rays 6 (minors) After cruising to a 10-run mercy rule victory to open its bid to become the winner of the District 23 Tournament of Champions, the Apopka Little League minor Braves had to put on a second offensive surge during its second game and show it can win with late rallies as well. Scoring four times during the fourth inning, the Braves took a commanding lead and then held onto it to down the Maitland Rays by a 10-6 score. We were hitting the ball hard, but it seemed to always be at someone, or at least when we had the opportunity to put ourselves in a good position as far as having a big lead, Apopka manager Tag Greene Apopka minor league Braves use strong offense to win 11-1Braves catcher Chris Medlock tags out Oviedo Marlins runner Brian Webber as Webber attempts to score. Apopka Braves second baseman Ty Greene may be small, but he still applies the tag during one of the District 23 tournament games. Braves pitcher Zach Weaver eyes the plate as he res the ball toward home.Minor: Winning run set off an Apopka celebration Continued from page 1B See MINOR Page 10B PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. 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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 4B on the strength of two walks and an error. The Athletics answered with a three-run fury during their half of the inning. Five batters reached base consecutively, beginning with the second one on an error. The two other outs came by way of the runners on base. However, the Red Sox scored a run during the second and third to tie the game at 3-3. W ith Alex Otero on the mound, However, after the game ended, Otero was ruled ineligible to pitch because he took the mound in the Apopka Little League championship two days before. Hancock was misinformed about Oteros status. Since the last two innings were played with an ineligible pitcher, ofand the last two innings would have which were replayed Thursday, June 7, were those two. They were played past press time. A win advances the team to the championship game Then, on Saturday, June 2, the Red Sox were the benefactors of another incident involving a player in question. However, this time the player was ineligible to play in a major game, not just pitch. The player was ineligible because he was a member of the minor team, so he was ineligible because he had just played in a previous game and he was not old enough tried to insert him into the lineup because it was short a player. The game was ruled a forfeit during the third inning with the Red Sox score for a Little League forfeit is 6-0. Then, on Tuesday, June 5, the Oviedo Blue Jays Izzy Benzoventos ly above the 200-foot sign was symbolic of the night for the Red Sox. The ball hit the wall in straightaway center The blast was exactly what happened to the Red Sox as the game began with their effort best described as lackluster, unenthusiastic and subdued. W e just didnt do anything tonight, Hancock said. We werent ready to play mentally or physically tonight and we paid the price from the beginning of the game. We made something of a game of it and I am proud of the players for that, but we should never have been in that posifour games we play a game like this. Tonight, it was during the most important time, the postseason. It is disappointing to play so poorly and for it to be a mental issue as much as the physical part of our play. Hopefully, it will be out of our system by Thursday and the championship game (if we make it). The shelling began immediately, as the second pitch of the game was Gabe Marrero then gave up another four singles and issued a walk. He was followed to the mound by Josh Zellak, who also issued a run-scoring walk. The inning ended with the Blue Jays holding a 4-0 lead. Angel Cosma and Cole Mitchell led off the second with singles. They then came home on another single by Benzovento to increase the lead to 6-0. A single by Katy Sanders and got the Red Sox on the board during the third. But what little headway it was, was short-lived as the Blue Jays erupted for another four runs during the next frame, which brought the game to the verge of ending with the 10-run rule as the score was 10-1. It began with a double off the bat of Mitchell when the Red Sox committed three of the next three batters. The Red Sox crossed home plate two innings, the Red Sox totaled three singles and a double. They also benthe sixth. The Blue Jays ripped the pitching for 12 hits and three base on balls. Mitchell had three of the hits, including the double. He also pitched a complete game, scattering eight hits, half innings. nal 3-1/3 innings for the Red Sox. The championship game is schedp.m. at Maitland Little League. Hello Folks, W ell, folks, my granddaddy used to say be careful what you pray for! We have been got some. It was great to see the rain last week and we have gotten plenty more this week. Keep prayin because we could continue to use more in our lakes and ponds. good in most of the lakes in our area, especially if you have a run-off that is feedin into the lakes, from the rains. Folks are Most of the bluegills and shellcrackers are bein caught in the middle of the lakes. Folks are driftin with can catch em on crickets and red worms. If you want to catch some grass shrimp, you can well. I never met a bluegill that couldnt resist a grass shrimp. Lake Monroe, Lake Woodruff, and Lake Dexter have folks are catchin their limits in these lakes. Folks are catchin some are bein caught in the pads in the river. If you want to catch some bass in the river, look for some run-offs from the rains. You can some schoolers hangin around those areas lookin for an easy meal. Y ou can catch em early on top-water baits, and then plastic worms as the sun comes up. You need to be on the water early or go late in the day just before dusk. Folks are catchin some nice bass in the Kissimmee Chain early in the mornin and late in the day, as well. If you want some great top-water action try West Lake or East Lake Toho. You will have a blast swimmin plastic toads, and swim-baits around the Kissimmee grass. The Gambler Big Easy and Zoom Horney Toads have been good baits to use in those areas. hydrilla beds and along the edge of em for some action later in the day. Again, when you are on the lake or in the river, make sure you keep a lookout for runnin water, especially as we get some more rain. W e are on the back side of a full moon this week, but dont let that stop you from gettin on in. W ell, thats it for this week. I will see ya in a couple of weeks. Im leavin for vacation this week and I wont be back until Fathers Day. T ip of the week: runnin water. Save a few and good luck! A free skills camp for football players and cheerleaders will be held Saturday, June 9, at who register. For football players, the camp is for ages 6-17, while for cheerleaders, it is open to kids ages 6-12. Among those who will be teaching football skills include a handful of former Apopka High School football players who went on to play Smith (Florida State, Miami Dolphins), Rogers Beckett (Marshall, San Diego Chargers), and Aaron Jones (Eastern Kentucky, Pittsburgh Steelers). Lamar Hughley also played at Apopka High and played at Lane College. Albert McClellan of Lakeland, who plays for the Baltiteachers. The event is sponsored by Mullinax Ford, city of Apopka, Bam-B Enterprises (McDonalds), and Simpson Law Firm. For more information about the event or to levelskillscamp.com. LAXOrlando Summer League will begin its eighth season playing pickup summer league Recreation Complex at 3719 Jason Dwelley Parkway, off Ponkan Road, in Apopka. All players entering 9th through 12th grade are eligible to play. Players register online at www.laxorlando.com and cost is $65 for Players register individually but they may play on a team of their choice. Currently, players have registered from Wekiva, Apopka, Ocoee, Winter Park, and Edgewater high schools. LAXOrlando Summer League, Inc. is a registered 501-c tax-exempt organization founded by Mike Armstrong in 2004. The league administrator is CPA Mark Edwards of RSM McGladrey, Inc. The league was founded to provide quality, low-cost lacrosse for developing and competitive players, Armstrong said. Over the past four years, the league has given out more than $3,500 in scholarships to deserving high school and college students. For the past several years, support has been provided to the league by Ocoee High School under the leadership of Coach Rick Kaetzel and his assistant coach Donnie Sanders. For more information, call Armstrong, head boys lacrosse coach of Wekiva High School, at 407-925-7297. Continued from page 1BMajor: In the picture at the left, Red Sox runner Spencer Hancock keeps his eye on his base coach while standing on second base. In the picture above, the Red Sox coaches talk to the players following one of their District 23 games. Prayers for rain have been working very well this weekSummer lacrosse league will be played in June in ApopkaSkills camp set for football, cheer Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 11B of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 4B of this newspaper.

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 5Bball while he was working for the family business, he applied to be a substitute teacher. In 2007, he was hired by Orange County Public Schools and assigned to substitute at Ocoee. That spring, the Ocoee boys volleyball head coaching position became available. He applied and even though he knew nothing about the sport, was hired. He consumed the sport, researching and learning about it when he wasnt working. At the same time, he was brought onto Entrekins staff. That opportunity led to him being hired by Cypress Creek. He has since social studies. When I received his resume, I instantly remembered why coach Entrekin brought him onboard the Mustangs said. He was here for only a few weeks, but during those weeks as the athletic director, as I do with all the coaches, I watched him. I saw he was a hard worker and energetic. The more I talked to him during the selection process, the more I felt he could be a Mustang. I felt he had what we need and are looking for. It began with the excitement in his voice about wanting to be a Mustang. Then, the more I looked at his resume as a baseball coach and talked to his references, the more I felt he is ready to take over his own program. Of course, being hired by and working with Entrekin held a lot of weight. He seems to be out the same mold, but there were other factors and all of his references were just as positive about him being ready to take over this program, a program which is rebuilding like we are takes a lot of extra responsibilities. We have that person who can do that. He is someone who still has youth and has the energy which comes from youth. Glenn also thought the time was right with Sanders background and attributes to move away from a coach who has been behind the bench at several programs. The fact he has been something to be said for being the loyal assistant coach. He has seen everything coaches need to know. He has seen the ins and outs. Every head coach has to start somewhere. At one point, I was given point, all of our athletes, even the ones who are faces of this schools success, cycling coaches for the sake of recycling coaches. We felt with Sanders, we could take the direction of injecting some new blood into Wekiva. He gives us a new angle. Glenn said Sanders is in the same mold as Entrekin and that the new coach also emphasis character, as does Entrekin. Sanders talked extensively about the quality of facilities being important towards a program having success. Glenn also pointed out his belief in how Sanders runs practices, keeping the players always moving. My philosophy and how I coach starts with the fundamentals, Sanders said. We want to have a strong defense, be aggressive on offense and keep the opposing lineup guessing by continuing to move on the mound. We want to put pressure on opponents defense and on their offense. The focus is on player development. Get them to their goal whatever it might be. If we do that, the philosophy will take care of itself, but speed, strength and agility. And, of course, we will also focus on the district. It is one of the toughest in Florida. That is what everyone says. We want to be respected like the other teams in the district are. We want to be mentioned in the same sentence as the Olympias, West Oranges, Apopkas and teams outside the district like Dr. Phillips. To do that, we have to beat them. In general, I am excited to take on the challenge and to be doing it at a place which coach gets to coach at a place where the small-town feeling exists.Sanders: Continued from page 1B Keep those wheels rolling... Keep those wheels rolling... Keep those wheels rolling... Keep those wheels rolling... Keep those wheels rolling... 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The staff treats everyone with respect and honesty without commission sales quotas. When you spend more time under cars than most people spend in them, you learn which parts work best. Their mission has been to provide expert, friendly, and comprehensive auto repair at competitive prices. The most important aspect of their business has been building trustful relationships with their customers and living in the community they serve. Central Florida Auto Repair, Inc. uses the most up-to-date, computerized diagnostic equipment and technical information systems available. Regardless of whether your car is a classic or one of the new high-tech cars, Frank and his staff have the resources, equipment, and the your vehicles, therefore accomplishing the work in an manner. Twenty-four-hour towing is available at Central Florida Auto Repair, Inc., and local pick-up and delivery of your vehicle can also be arranged. Their hours are Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Appointments are suggested and Visa, MasterCard, and Discover credit cards, as well as checks, debit cards, and cash are accepted for payment. Central Florida Auto Repair, Inc. is located at 1779 S. Orange Blossom Trail (Highway 441), oneeighth mile south of the corner of Piedmont-Wekiwa Road, directly across from the Wal-Mart Super Center, or you can visit their Web site at www.cfar.net. Central Florida Auto Repair, Inc. promises they will do whatever it takes to get you back on the road in a timely fashion. They want to earn your business by earning your trust. Call 407-880-8221 today to schedule your appointment. Advertisement Let the professionals at Central Florida Auto Repair inspect your vehicle before you hit the road this summer. Pictured above are owners Frank and son Brian. The experts at Central Florida Auto Repair will keep you safely on the road this summer

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 6B Wekiva captains Paxton Sickler (6) and Marissa Campopiano exchange congratulations after a goal this season. The Mustangs made it to the Class 8A regional playoffs after nishing as the District 5A-5 runner-up. For the second year in a row, Wekivas Sam Matlack qualied for the Class 2A state boys weightlifting meet. Matlack competed in the 129-pound weight class. He nished in 10th place at the state meet. As the ball ies through the air, Wekivas Kayla Carpenter reaches for it, as does Apopkas Jamira Pryor. The Mustangs girls lacrosse team had its best season in school history, nishing with several victories. Jaquinta Lyte of the Wekiva girls swim team takes a breath during a match against Apopka. The Mustangs defeated the Blue Darters for the second straight year, while the Wekiva boys swim team toppled Apopka for the rst time ever. Wekiva baseball player Austin McWhite (11) is congratulated by his teammates after he homered in the top of the seventh inning during the Mustangs 2-1 loss to Apopka. The close loss was typical of the tough season for the Mustangs. Standing with coach Lisa Montgomery are the nine Wekiva High girls who qualied for the state weightlifting meet, which was held February 11, in Kissimmee. Shown are, (l-r), front row, Luset Manuel, Regina Nestor, Shanice McCoy, Montgomery, Mattie Rogers, and Shaniah Irvin. Back row, Jarae Bargaineer, Kaitlin Dickson, Tia Sinclair, and Keara McKnight. Members of the Wekiva Mustangs varsity football team walk arm-in-arm as they enter the eld prior to kickoff of a home game this season. Under head coach Ty Parker, the Mustangs nished with a record of 4-6, winning three straight games in the middle of the season. Several new assistant coaches have joined the team for the 2012 season. Wekiva pitcher Savannah Lalande, who signed with LakeSumter Community College, was a bright spot for the Mustangs. The season was one of ups and downs for the youthful Wekiva squad, according to head coach Bryan Gary. While carrying the ball, Wekivas Tanner Clairborne is guarded by Apopkas Alexander Nagel during Wekivas 10-6 victory on Friday, March 2. The Mustangs were district runner-up and nished with a 10-6 overall record. Wekivas Javon Mason and Apopkas Darius Fields battle for control of a rebound in the Mustangs 42-41 victory over the Blue Darters. The Mustangs won on a buzzer-beating tipin by Jorrdan McCray. Wekiva running back Omari Albert set a school single-game rushing record with 319 yards, as he led the Mustangs to a 25-14 victory over the Lakeland George Jenkins Eagles. The Mustangs nished with a 4-6 record.Wekiva High athletes enjoy best season ever in several sports

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 7B Apopka High boys basketball coach Eddie Jenkins resigned after 17 years to take an administrative deans position at the school. Jenkins won 210 games as AHS coach. Matt Ruta was hired to replace Jenkins. Apopka softball coach Mike MacWithey (right center) was honored Friday, February 17, for his 30 years of coaching girls softball at various levels. MacWithey is in his 17th season as the Blue Darters head coach. Apopka girls soccer coach Doug Matthews won his 300th game at AHS, the only place he has coached. The Blue Darters had their best season ever, landing a spot in the state seminals. Apopka Blue Darters boys volleyball player Brandon Halverson spikes the ball during Apopkas match at home against the Lake Brantley Patriots. The Blue Darters defeated the Patriots. Selena Jaimes heads the ball for the Blue Darters in the teams state seminal loss to the Hagerty Huskies. It was the rst appearance in the state semis for the Blue Darters and head coach Doug Matthews. Apopka Blue Darters senior guard Nick McAuliffe guards an Edgewater player during their game played at Apopkas Joe A. Sterling Gymnasium. The Blue Darters defeated the Eagles, 63-59. The Apopka wrestling team won the Metro Conference West Division championship, as well as the District 3A-3 crown. Here, James Cherry takes down a West Orange opponent during a match early in the season. Blake Donohue of the Apopka Blue Darters boys golf team blasts out of a sandtrap as Nick Brandimarte of Wekiva High looks on. The Blue Darters defeated the Mustangs in the match played at Sweetwater Country Club. Apopka Blue Darters running back Mike Todd ran for an Orange County-record 423 yards in Apopkas 60-21 victory at Palm Bay Bayside. As a team, the Darters ran for 588 yards, a school record. Apopka High football player Ty Darlington (back, second from right) played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl game. Here, he is shown with his family, including his father, Apopka head coach Rick Darlington (right) and his mother, Shelly (center, back), and brother, Zack (back, left). Other siblings are, (front, l-r), Molly, Gracie, Lilly, Jackson, and Wyatt. The Apopka High School boys track and eld team nished third at the state meet. Those AHS athletes who participated in the state track and eld meet are, (l-r), Jevric Blocker, Qua Barnes, K.J. Dillon, Darius Fields, Rayeisha Lowe-Chin, Jamal Whitaker, and Synjohn Lily. With them is coach Sheila Taylor. Not pictured is Laila Foster. Apopka High has another successful year in many sports

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 8BIf you really want to honor Flag Day in a big and unforgettable way next Thursday, June 14, do it with food. Plan a redwhite-and-blue dinner. Incorporate all three of those colors ica into an unforgettable red-white-andblue menu. All three colors could be combined in just one very dramatic dish as in the red, white and blue pie recipe below. Or you might follow up a nutritious but light vegetable main course with a celebrative and colorful Flag Day threedesserts-sampling course that includes a red dessert, a white one and a blue. For example, you might provide sensibly sized servings of a strawberry pizza, blueberry cobbler and rice pudding dessert for your red, white-and-blue celebration of Flag Day. Blueberries, of course, are a perfect or strawberries or cranberries (also veggies like beets or tomatoes) can well represent the red. Rice works well for the white. T o complete your colorful tribute States on the table as a centerpiece or ers plate. played or honored too much and Ameras anywhere else for displaying our colors and our patriotism on Flag Day. KATHY KRASNOFFS RED-WHITE-AND-BLUE PIE Recipe from When the Master Gardener Cooks 2-1/2 cups blueberries 1 cup water 2 tablespoons cornstarch 3 tablespoons sugar 2 baked 10-inch pie shells 1 large banana, sliced 1 (2-ounce) package whipped topping mix 3/4 cup cold milk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup sugar 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened Let blueberries sit in water until water turns blue. Pour off water into saucepan and add a couple of blueberries. In separate small dish, dissolve cornstarch in a small amount of water. Add the dissolved cornstarch and three tablespoons sugar to saucepan and cook over medium heat, until mixture starts to thicken and no longer appears cloudy. Add blueberries, stir and place in refrigerator to cool. Arrange banana slices in bottom of pie shells. Beat whipped topping mix, milk and vanilla together. Add sugar and cream cheese. Continue beating until stiff. Spread over banana slices. Top with blueberry mixture. Chill at least four hours. Recipe yields two 10-inch pies. (Note: For a tri-color Flag Day pie, top the blueberry topping with some large halved strawberries around the pie rim for red color along with the blue. The white will be displayed by banana sliced inside the pie when the pie is opened.) CHERRY FLUFF WITH MARSHMALLOWS AND ADDED BLUEBERRIES Recipe from Habitat for Humanitys Simple Decent Cooking 12 ounces whipped topping 1 cup pecan halves 1/2 of a 10-ounce package of miniature marshmallows Blueberries (amount of your choice) topping until mixture is pink. Fold in pecans and marshmallows. (For Flag Day, add lots of blueberries as well, not included in this original recipe.) Cover and chill until serving time. STRAWBERRY PIZZA Recipe from Habitat for Humanitys Simple Decent Cooking 1 cup butter, softened 1/2 cup confectioners sugar 8 ounces cream cheese, softened 1 cup confectioners sugar 1 envelope whipped topping, prepared 2 pints fresh strawberries 1 cup sugar 1/4 cup cornstarch 1/4 cup water 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 3 or 4 drops of red food coloring 8 ounces whipped topping confectioners sugar in bowl and mix well. Pat over bottom and up the side of a 12-inch pizza pan. Flute the edge. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Let stand until cool. Beat cream cheese, 1 cup confectioners sugar and prepared whipped topping in mixer bowl until smooth. Spread over baked layer. In saucepan, mash one pint of the strawberries. Stir in sugar. Bring to a boil. Stir in a mixture of cornstarch and water. Cook until thickened, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Stir in vanilla and food coloring. Let stand until cool. Slice one-half of the remaining strawberries. Add the sliced strawberries to the strawberry mixture and mix gently. Spoon mixture over the prepared layers. Pipe eight ounces of the whipped topping around outer edge of the pizza. Arrange the remaining whole strawberries in a decorative pattern in the center of the pizza. KATHY KRASNOFFS BLUEBERRY COBBLER Recipe from When the Master Gardener Cooks 4 cups blueberries 3/4 cup sugar 3 tablespoons butter 1/2 cup milk 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 cup sugar 1 tablespoon cornstarch 1/4 teaspoon salt 3/4 cup boiling water Put blueberries in an 8 x 12-inch ter. Add milk alternately with the mixture salt. Pour over fruit. Combine 1 cup sugPour over batter. Pour boiling water over everything and bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Serve warm with ice cream or serve cold. Recipe serves eight. KATHY KRASNOFFS BLUEBERRY STREUSEL PIE Recipe from When the Master Gardener Cooks 1 (8-ounce) carton sour cream 3/4 cup sugar 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon salt 2-1/2 cups blueberries 1 9-inch pie shell, unbaked 2 tablespoons sugar 3 tablespoons margarine or butter 3 tablespoons pecans large mixing bowl. Beat at medium speed utes. Fold in blueberries. Spoon into pie shell. Bake at 400 degrees for 25 mintwo tablespoons sugar, then cut butter mixture until mixture resembles coarse meal. Stir in pecans. Sprinkle mixture evenly over pie and bake an additional 15 minutes. Recipe serves six to eight. EVELYN McKENZIES LOW CHOLESTEROL RICE PUDDING Recipe from Treasures and Pleasures 1 cup rice 2-1/2 cups boiling water 1 cup sugar Butter or margarine (amount the size of large egg) Container of 2-egg-size Scramblers 4-1/2 cups skim milk Nutmeg 1 teaspoon vanilla Add rice to boiling water and simmer until water is absorbed. To the rice, add sugar, butter, vanilla, two-thirds of the of the skim milk. Mix well and pour into baking dish. Add the other one-fourth cup of milk to the remaining one-third container of Scrambler, beat well and spoon over the rice mixture. Sprinkle with nutmeg and bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Make Flag Day unforgettable with these colorful recipes Fun, Fitness and Fiction Apopka Recreation Summer Camp: Openings still available. Held at the Fran Carlton Center and Kit Land Nelson park from June 11 August 17. Camp is for children currently in kindergarwill be Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. The new lower rate is $100 per week for city of Apopka residents and $142.50 per week for noncity residents. There is a $10 non-refundable application fee per family and each child will be required a camp T-shirt for Interested parties may register on-line at www.apopka.net or in person at the Northwest Recreation Center. For more information, call 407-703-1784. Summer Gala Fundraiser to Friday, June 22, from 6:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m., at the Apopka Community Center/VFW, 519 S. Central Ave., Apopka. Held by Greenbrier Pets, this relaxed, casual evening, will include a brisket dinner, with all the trimmings, one drink and appetizers. Tickets are $50 per person. There will also be a cash bar, drawings and door prizes. For information or to buy tickets, call 407-886-2620 or emial dmulrine@greenbrierpets.com. Bridge Games and Classes: Every Monday and Friday morning at 9:15 a.m., at the Lake County Duplicate Bridge Club, 510 W. Key Ave., Eustis. Learn or play the most popular and talked about card game in the world. Newcomers are always welcome. For more serious and experienced players, games are held Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons at 1:15 p.m. For more information, call 352-315-9934 or visit lakeduplicate.com. Socks: Extended Hand Outtion in Apopka that assists local charities with provisions, is in need of pillows and socks for area shelters and homeless. For the drop-off locations, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation. org. For more information, call 800-962-2622, email extendedhandapopka@gmail.com or visit www.facebook.com/extendedhandoutreach. fered : The Living Healthy Program at Florida Hospital Apopka designed to help those with chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and more. Call 407625-7048 to learn more about free chronic disease self-management courses. The Orange County Fire Rescue Department offers free programs such as CPR, citisurveys, preventive health care presentations, and several other programs and services. They can be taught in English or Spanish. For information or a complete list, call 407-836-9081 or Members continue to collect old cell phones for the Sheriffs Department. Call 407-886-5023 for pick up. English and Spanish: Available daily or weekly at OCLS North Orange Branch.* Classes are: Computer Basics, Excel, Word Resume Writing, Email for Seniors, ELLIS English Lab, Word, Online Job Searches, Power Point, Internet, Open Lab, How to use a mouse and keyboard, etc. Call OCLS North Orange Branch* for more details. Sign up to the month of June! Go to www. habitat-apopka.volunteerhub. com and register for event. If you are new, register by clicking on the right, and sign up for Covenant Place. We need help hanging doors, installing trim, prep for painting, painting, landscaping, cleaning for occupancy! To volunteer in the Apopka Habitats Re-Store, call 407-880-8881 or 407-696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. Seniors Meals on Wheels: is looking for volunteer drivers. The routes are open Monday through Friday, each route taking about an hour. Anyone who can give an hour once a week, please call 407-615-8982. The Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, bereavement organization to meet 7 p.m., Apopka Assembly of God, 951 N. Park Avenue, Apopka. Meetings will be held on third Thursday of month, at same time and location and will usually last 60-90 minutes. For info, call 407-209-9980, or email TCFaverybayer@aol.com. SENIORS 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Free for AARP members. New guest speaker monthly. City of Apopka, Fran Carlton Center. 11 N. Forest Ave., Apopka. Contact Elaine Wallace at 407-886-4359 for more information. 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., at the Fifth Third Bank (corner of Rock Springs Rd., and Welch Rd.). Suggested donation is $5 per vehicle. Fundraiser: 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., at Shear Contry Barber Shop, 5704 Jones Ave., Zellwood. There will be face painting, balloons, skits, hot dogs, cotton candy, a Mad Science Show, baked goods, hayrides and more! For more information, call 321-277-4587 or email dixiemagnolia@msn.com. Off: from noon to 5:00 p.m., at the John H. Bridges Community Center, 445 W. 13th St., Apopka. The event is sponsored by th New Journey Youth Center. There will be free activities and entertainment, as well as unique merchandise for sale. Food will be for sale, such as $1 for hot dogs, and $2 for pork sandwiches and hamburgers. For more information, call Danyiel Yarbrough at 407-970-9263 or ter.org. gram: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., at The First Baptist Church of Apopka. Activities include Bible study, craft time, and singing for ages 5 years through 5th grade. For more information, call First Baptist at 407-886-2628. gram: 5:30 p.m. 6:25 p.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. Weighin is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, cial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are currently held at Radiant Life Church, 3151 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. For information, please call 407312-0849, or go to www.tops. org. Toastmasters: 7:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m., 180 E Main St., Apopka, in the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce building. For more information, call 407-765-2629 or visit www.Apopkatoastmasters.org. SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407886-4231 for more information. Come Walk n Talk. SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City of Apopka Fran Carlton Center. Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Board : 5:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings change with notice. For more information, call City Clerk 407703-1704 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Play basketball at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Bobby Scott at 407-247-5553 or 6:30 p.m., at the Zellwood Community Center, 3160 Union Sr., Zellwood. Participants are invited to bring a dish of any kind to share with others. For more information, call 407-625-1503. Fitness Center: 7:00 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-8862806 or visit www.aaog.tv. Weighin is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, cial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407886-1147. Crafts & Board Games: 9:30 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of senior adults 703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-7031631 for information. At 10:15 a.m., lasts approximately 15 min. every Wed. For infants birth to 18 months, OCLS North Orange Branch.* Toddler Time: At 10:45 a.m., every Wed., Especially for children ages 18 to 36 months and lasts approximately 20 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* One: At 11:15 a.m. every Wed. Recommended for children are free and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Recorder Music Classes: 11:15 a.m. noon, and from 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., at the Magnolia Park classroom, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. Music, music theory and group performance will be taught. The classes are free, although an RSVP is requested. For more information, call 407886-4231. : 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, off Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. For more information, call Laurie Holmes at 407-889-2421, or visit the website at www.apklaxclub. uslaxteams.com. SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-8864231 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central, in Apopka. Call 407880-0335 for information. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. at Porkies BBQ, 256 E. Main St., Apopka. Every Thursday night will feature drawplain showing off. For information, call 407-880-3351 or 4078 14-9678. 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-8862806 or visit www.aaog.tv. Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784.************Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce, 180 E. Main St., Apopka. For more info, call 407-886-1441. *(OCLS) Orange County Public Library North Orange Branch Address: 1211 E. Semoran Boulevard, Apopka 436 (Semoran) and Thompson Road. www.ocls.info. To reserve a space, call 407-8357323. tions. To send info, fax email ads@theapopkachief.com.To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, call 407-886-2777. or Visit the Web site at www.theapopkachief.com. WEEKLY EVENTS WEEKLY EVENTS WEEKLY EVENTS WEEKLY EVENTS

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 9B All-sport passes for the 2012-2013 school year at Apopka High are being sold at the school whenever the front Fred Priest, AHS athletic director, said the all-sport passes, which will be good for admission to all home sports events at AHS other than postseason playoffs, cost $50 per person and the forms for the passes are available throughout the summer into next school year. In addition to the individual passes, there are family passes that will admit four people to any AHS home athletic contest. Those passes will cost $175 each. For families with more than four people, additional passes will be available for $45 each. The school will still sell a booster pass for $60, which would include a reserved seat for all home varsity football games, as well as admission to all other home athletic contests. If a law enforcement agency charges you with a crime and this paper reports that information, please notify us within 90 days if the charge is later dropped or if you are found not guilty by the court. After verifying the information, we will be happy to publish it. to The Apopka Chief Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-8862777. In the period from May Department received 1,100 calls for assistance, responded citations, and made 43 arrests. Of these arrests, three were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were charged with larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense, burglary to occupied dwelling unarmed and contributing to delinquency of minor cause to commit act of delinquency depend need. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Jose R. Colungamunoz, 25, 1002 Emeralda Rd., Orlanof alcohol or drugs. Joel Reshay Rudolph, 34, 1279 Whispering Winds Ct., Apopka, loitering or prowling. Keith Maurice Massey, 33, 1279 Whispering Winds Ct., Apopka, loitering or prowling. 2604 W. 1300 S. Silver Lake, Ind., possession cocaine. Anthony S. Owens, 42, 559 Zachery Dr., Apopka, warrant-Orange County Sheriffs 120 Caldwell St., Apopka, operating vehicle without valid drivers license, warrant-Ordriving without valid drivers license. Lucy A. Dixon, 22, 415 9th St., Apopka, writ-Orange session of drug paraphernalia. Stoneywood Way, Apopka, reviolence. Stoneywood Way, Apopka, reviolence. Arturo Vasquez Jr., 20, 61 E. Orange St., Apopka, warrant-possession of weapon or ammo by convicted felon. Juan Pedro Mendoza, 26, 516 Lakebridge Ln., Apopka, violation-driving with expired drivers license for more than 4 months. Jessie B. Ingram Jr., 30, 62 E. 7th St, Apopka, warrant-OrJamarcot Simons, 26, 215 E. 20th St., Apopka, writ of attachment-failure to appear. Llewelyn L. Johnson, 55, driving while license suspended. Antonio Jerome Goffe, 25, 209 W. 7th St., Apopka, warrant-Orange County Sheriffs Lorrain St., Orlando, operating vehicle without valid drivers license. Angela Marie Maynard, 30, 3251 Robinson St., Zellwood, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense. James Edward Vanamburgh, 44, 400 E. 10th St, Apopka, simple assault-intent threat to do violence, damage property-criminal mischief-$200 and under. Adam D. Johnson, 19, 1746 Blossomwood Lane, Apopka, battery-domestic violence. Heisha Teshaun Thompson, 30, 313 W. Apopka Hills, Apopka, driving a vehicle without valid license. Guadalupe Cantu, 22, 160 Grossenbacher Dr., Apopka, driving while license suspended. Arthur Grason Ward, 44, 6444 Mt. Plymouth Rd., Apopka, possession and/or use of drug equipment. Ralph Shuler Jr., 23, 426 W. Ella J. Gilmore St., Apopka, fraud-utter false bank bill note check draft, larceny-grand theft $300 but less than $5,000, reviolence, possession of marijuana not more than 20 grams. Bison Cir., Apopka, dealing in stolen property. Patrick Weldon Riley, 43, 1722 Fairhaven Ct., Apopka, hit and run leave scene of crash involving damage to property. Stevon Lamar Isaac, 29, 1305 Penrose Ct., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 1st degree $100 but less than $300. Stephanie Marie Garcia, 21, 1000 S. Lake Pleasant Rd., Apopka, warrant-St. Lucie Police Beat 40, 1671 Pickard Cir., Apopka, warrant-Seminole County ID. Markus Lavon Martin, 21, 630 Monica Rose Dr., Apopka, damage property-criminal mischief. Larry L. Odum, 54, transient, disorderly intoxication. Marcy Bastien, 21, 7613 Mandarin Dr., Orlando, battery-touch or strike. Christopher Shawn Dillion, 32, 475 Dream Lake Dr., Apopka, possession of marijuana not more than 20 grams. Mario Plascencia-Torres, 30, 1240 Dovehill Dr., Apopka, alcohol or drug. John L. 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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 10B holes time after time during the happening and then it was, but we made some minor adjustments here and there, and the times, it just takes longer than other times. The bottom of the lineup did a great job in setting up Ty (Greene) to have the opportunity to get the big hit, and he got the big hit when he had his opportunity to deliver the big blow. Holding a 5-4 lead entering the fourth, Apopka drew three walks and, combined with an error, extended the lead to 6-4. Ty Greene, the leadoff hitter, then lined a 2-2 pitch With the runners moving on the pitch, the single cleared the bases and was effectively the play which put an end to whatever opportunity the Rays had to win as the lead was upped to Another run left the score at 10-4 after four innings. As they did during their out of the gate looking to set a walks and it led to two runs. A leadoff double by Michael St. Germain led to another run and a 3-0 advantage during the second. The Rays cut the lead to 3-1 during their half of the second as a single, a stolen base and another single brought in of a series of tit-for-tat runs and innings, as at least one run was scored during the next six half innings. T wo errors, a stolen base and a walk accounted for two runs during Apopkas half of the third to extend the lead to 4-1. The lead was cut once again during the bottom of the third as two walks and three stolen bases put runners on second and third. Bryson Leverett stroked a single through the hole on the left side of the in and cut the lead to 5-4 entering the fourth. Greene began the game on the mound for Apopka. He was followed by Jose Class and then Zach Weaver closed out the game decisively. batters, including the side dur Jake Langley started the game for the Rays, pitching The pitching had some struggles, Tag Greene said. But it got the outs when we needed them. We took the lead early. Again, as I talked about know how important that is and we focus on coming out during ball. Today was why we believe and focus on getting that good start. It is easier to play from ahead than from behind. Having that lead allowed us to struggle a little bit today We got into trouble a couple of times, but the pitchers never gave up the lead. W e also limited Greene and Class to 35 pitches each because we want them to be eligible for the championship game on Friday, so each of them did a good job of getting us to Zach and both threw exactly 35 pitches. We felt once we got to Zach, it was going to be lights out if we had a lead. But with the runs we scored during the out when we brought him in. He brings the heat and places the ball well. The batters just couldnt get around on him and now he can start the third game. The Braves connected for only three hits. The Rays downfall was the walk. Its pitchers gave up nine base on balls. The Rays also committed three errors. Greene, Class and Weaver and hitting another one. great plays to keep the game close and were examples of hitting the ball hard, but not quite able to get the hit, Greene said. They robbed us of hits a couple of times which would have brought in runs. I was impressed with them. They also did a good job of preventing us from playing successful small ball. We tried to put a couple of bunts down and it failed, so we went back to hitting the ball and, in particular, the long ball. It was much more successful. This team never gives up. Tonight, we got something of a test. We havent played in a lot of games which were close lately, so we not only got tested for trying to win a close game in general, but for the fact it was something we arent comfortable with because we havent experienced it a lot. The players showed they have some inner strength by doing something they havent had to do a lot this season. For the second year in a row, the Apopka Raptors will host the Excel Speed and Fitness Training Camp in ApopGrade Center, which now serves as a temporary home for Rock Springs Elementary School. The camp will begin times a week for six weeks. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 4-15 and the training is for all sports. The camp is run by former Apopka High School standouts Lo former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Aaron Jones. Excel Speed and Fitness offers training in a wide range of areas, including speed, special training, quickness, agility, combine training, technique, 40yard shuttle run, vertical broad jump, and more. Sessions will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:45-7:15 p.m. (Inclement weather days will be made up on Saturdays). Participants do not have to be members of If more than 30 kids sign up for the six-week session, the cost of the camp will be $10 a week. Pricing for a camp size of 30 youngsters or less will be $20 per week. For more information, or to sign up, contact Melanie Simmons, Apopka Raptors secretary, at secretary@apopka raptors.com. For more about Excel Speed & Fitness, visit www. excelspeed.com.Youth football program will sponsor speed, agility summer campMinor: Continued from page 3B

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The Apopka Chief, June 8, 2012, Page 11B though it doesnt mean success is a given, when one comes from coaching stock that wins championships, it is usually another element which plays a role in earning that reputation for coaching championships. Butts is no exception as his road to success began at an early age with him being surrounded by the game and coaching it. At the very least, he was a part of a championship teams coaching staff and played a coming a champion as well as having Jones ear. In addition to his overall career record, Butts teams season tournament four consecutive years and advanced to four twice. To compile that record and success in only six years, consistency is required. His individual season records at Blanche Ely: 2005-2006: 19-6/ lost in dis2006-2007: 23-4/ lost to EdgeBroward in state regional semi2009-2010: 26-3/ lost to Dil After his six-year run at Blanche Ely, Butts moved to the Orlando area for reasons centered around his family. Many in his wifes family are residents of the area. He served as a part of Jones staff at Dr. Phillips during the 2011-12 season, culstate championship. Butts became a head coach relatively quickly as far as working his way up the coaching ladder. He was a boys assistant for four years under coach Clarence Fleming at Taravella High School in Coral Springs and then became the head coach at Ely Blanche, his alma mater. He graduated in 1993 from Ely Blanche and then pursued a bachelors degree in engineering at Florida State. After earning the bachelors degree, he enrolled at Florida Atlantic, where he earned his masters in education with a teaching cer Apopka is a tight knitcommunity, Butts said. The schools are tight knit as a result. The Mustangs have a strong parental base and we can make history together. The relationship between me and the program is similar. We are still very young and are looking to establish a reputation for success. Another factor which played a role in the decision to be named the Mustangs head coach is Butts involvement with the Amateur Athletics ment, he is very knowledgeable about the players in the area, both Mustangs and those on other teams. But the involvement also had another effect which came full circle with him being hired. came through that avenue. He met DAndre Bullard as uated in 2011. He played point guard for coach Scott Williams (the Mustangs only basketball head coach) and was a member of its 2011 class which led the as it compiled a combined winning percentage of .636 for the 2009-10 and 2010-11 season as FHSAAs postseason tournament. The Mustangs defeated the Blue Darters in the district After spending some time with DAndre, I had some interest and was somewhat intrigued with Wekiva, Butts said. It was a stepping stone to learning about the school. But I really got to know Wekiva during my time at Dr. Phillips. As a part of that staff, one which is winning state championships, coaches tend to pay attention to the Metro teams and, in particular, how they are structured and position themselves. Again, the more I paid attention to Wekiva, the more I felt it has well structured and positioned itself. out how to get the program to realize its potential. There is also potential because the school is still fairly new. It doesnt have a lot of history as far as success and reputation as one of the top programs. The boys program has done fairly well. It has a strong structure and done a good job of positioning itself, a blueprint of sorts. So when the coaching position opened, it was still much more intriguing and interesting to me than the other ones. An up-tempo, up and down style comes with the new coachs arrival. Although it isnt different in the general sense from the reputation the program has already developed regarding the style the girls team plays with, it will have some differences in its be determined until closer to the start of the 2012-13 season. Butts will make that decision after evaluating the talent he has this summer. The Mustangs have a lot of athleticism and that is important in the system my teams play, Butts said. We run. We push the ball up and down the court. We play up-tempo basketball. So it is more important to have athletes and athleticism than the traditional basketball. That doesnt mean that the traditional basketball player isnt important. But it is at its most effective and strongest when it is combined with athleticism. The philosophy is defense wins games. Getting the most possessions offensively and causing disruption when the opponent has the ball is how that is done. Athleticism, the ability to wear opponents down by forcing them to run up and down the court with us is at the center of it. The more athletic, the longer we can do that, the more we can do it over and over. I havent seen the talent yet. So I cant talk about the differences in how we will do it. But discipline is the key and that will be where the differences start.Butts: Continued from page 1B The Apopka High School girls volleyball program will be having a car wash on Saturday, June 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Fifth Third Bank (corner of Rock Springs Road and Welch Road). The suggested donation per vehicle. High girls volleyball team 4 WEEK SPECIALSPECIAL*FREE Regular CLASSIFIEDDEADLINE: Monday 5p.m. for Wednesday/Friday delivery 130. REAL ESTATE Earn extra Ca$h... $ell your $tuff here!!www.theapopkachief.com classifieds@theapopkachief.com Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 11B of this newspaper. 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rfnntttb b r r r r r fft r r rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n bbtt tn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r ft tbnbtb n ffr ftf fb rfnntttb r r r r r rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n tt tn n ftt tbf n n r n r b b f ft rrrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf fbb rfnnttfbf r r r r bb r r r r bt rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r br bft tnt n ffr ftf fb rffnftb bb r r r r r b r r bn r ff rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n bbnn tn t fnn nf r r b b f ft rt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r fn ntbbnbt t tffr fnf fb r fntbb tt fff f ff rr r r r r r rf rr r r r rfr ffr r r rffr ffr fr fr rfr f f r rr rr r bf rf ntb tt rn nr nn t tn ttntttn t ttbn n n n bbtt nr ntbnr r fr fr btrbr f fff fr r r n r r nf rf nttb tt rn nr nn t tn ttntttn t ttb nn n n bbtt n rntbnr r fr f r btrr fff fr r r n r r f rf nttt btt r nnr nn t tn ttntttn t ttb nn n n bbtt n rntbnr r fr f r trtr f fff fr r r n r r f rf nt btt r nnr nn t tn ttntttn t ttb nn n n bbtt n rntbnr r fr f r trnr f fff fr r r n r r f rf ntb rnn rn n t tnt tntttn bn n n n bbtt nr ntbnr r fr fr bbnrt rf ff f frr r n rr f rf nttt b r nnr nn t tn ttntttn t nt bn n n n bbtt nr ntbnr r fr fr tbrr f fff fr r r n r r f rf ntbn rnn rn n t tnt tntttn nbn n n n bbtt nr ntbnr r fr fr btrr f fff fr r r n r r f rf n tbttttb tttttbtttb tttbtttb tbn fffr r f ff ff rr r r nr f trrntb tnt r rbb n ttt rr t n brntbn bn rfnntttbt bt r r r r fb rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n fb fn n bftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrrrrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r br ft btnt n ffr ftf f rfnntttbft r r r r r ff ft r r b r f rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrrrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r ft tnt n ffr ftf f rffnntfb b r r r r r r r tt rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n bbnn n fnn nf r r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r tr fn tnbbnb ffr fnf fb rf ntb nr nr nrr nn bnnnn rn nnb t t ttt t t ttn tt r rttt tttt rt tb rf rrntb rf tbbb rfb rr r frf b rrrb bb rbr brr n tt rrrbrr rrbbrf rr br tbtt nt ntbt tt tt ttb bbt ttt t t tb br rrr rrf rrnbb brfr nb b f r brrr brbfbr rrfb fbbr rb rbrrn rn t brr tt b br bb r f ntb n nfn nr nrr n rnf nn tt nttt ntttt ttt ttn tt tt t tt tttt t t rf rfntb rf bf t bb bft t tt r ttb n t n t b bbt b n b nb bnb tb f bb b tt fb rrn tbf n ttt tn t ttt ttt tt tt tt t tt tttt tt t t t tt t t t tt t tt tt t t bttf r f r n tb b f nt nfrn t rfnrtbfrf ntnnr rff bfrn bfbbn nbbrbbbf rfnrfnftnb rbf rrbfb rf frf bnb rfbnr nfbrbffbfr rnfb rrnrf rnnnnf rnfnn bfbnr nbfrbtbfrf r rb rb n r ft tt t t t t brrf nbbn brnr n tnbrr rr tt nnrf rnfbt nf t nfnrbfb nrrnfbr brbbnfrfr nnrbnfbfnnr bbrbfrnnbf nfnrfbrfn nnnnnbbnfn rbfrbrfrnf rnnbfrnrf nrfnf nnrf fnnrfn tnbrr rrr nnn rrrfnbbr nfbbffnbrbnfb bn nrrrfbrf rnrrbfn nbbrbrn rnfbrbnf rb bnrb rffnftb r r r r r r tn rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n nn n bfnn nf r r b b f ft rt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r tbr bfn tnn ffr fnf fbbb r fntbt bbt ff fr r f fr rff f ff ffff ff frfftbbf f rrfnrtb frt tr rrr ftr rt rftt t rr ff r rbr r n tbr r tt r ttt rb rrt tb b ff f f f f f tt rr tt rr ft r tft f n r r r t rftbr r rtbr btbr t rbb rbb b rrf rt r f f r rtbt t r f ntb n nfn nr nn rnfn n rrnn rn nn tnt tntt tntr nttnt trnt tt ttt tt ntt t rfn tbb nr b nn r rr r r ftt rbr bnr n rrf r n rn r nn rf t r bnbb bbn rn bb rbr nb nb n bb r t b tftf b r fntbt bbb nn fffr ff rf f fr rf ntbn t ntbn rftt ntbn t t bt b t ff f f tf f r nn ffbbbb b ftt nbt ntt t n t b t tbbtbbn bb fn tbt

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rffnftffb r r r r r nft rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n bnn bfnn nf r r b b f ft rt b bf f bb rt fr f trr rtf r bftr r r tr tfn nn ffr fnf ftt rfnnttffft bt r r r r r ff r rn ft t r rr tt rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrrrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r ft tnt n ffr ftf f rfnnttfbb r r r r r b rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n n bfbf n n f ftt tbf n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf fb rffnftb b r r r r f rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n tftfb f fnn ntf r r b b f ft rt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r fn ntn ffr fnf ftt rffnftbnf r r r r r r tfn rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n ntn t fnn nf r r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt fr f trr rtf r bftr r r tbr bfn tnn ffr fnf fbb rfnntttbb b r r r r rr f rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r br bft tnt n ffr ftf fbf rffnftnbn r r r r r f rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n tftf f fnn ntf r r b b f ft rrrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r fn nbtnb b bffr fnf ftb rfnntttbb r r r r r ffb f ft rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n n bff n n f ftt tf n r n r b b f ft rrrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf f rfnnttfttb r r r r r r fb rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n f fn n b bftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrrrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf f rfnntttbb b r r r r r bff rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n f fn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r ft tbnbtb n ffr ftf fb rffnftnfb b r r r r r fbf rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n fft fnn nf r r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r fn nbtbnb ffr fnf fbtt rffnftbbt r r r r r r tfbfn rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n nn tt fnn nbf r r b b f ft rt b bf f bb rt fr f trr rtf r bftr r r r fn nbtnb b bffr fnf fttf rfnnttfbf b r r r r r r bb rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n f fn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r ft tbnbtb n ffr ftf fb rffnftbf b r r r r r nbff fbf rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n fft fnn nf r r b b f ft rt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r fn nbtbnb ffr fnf fbt rfnntttb b r r r r r fbbf rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n n n n f fn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r r ft tbnbtb n ffr ftf fb rffnfttb b r r r r r r fb rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n bfftb fnn nf r r b b f ft rt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r br bfn ntn ffr fnf ftbt rffnftbn r r r r r tb r b rfrfnrrtbt btb ttbf ff ff n fbf b fnn ntf r r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt frt f trr rtf r bftr r r br fn bntnt t tffr fnf fn r f nftbt f ff f rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nnb nnbtr frftnnf ntrbbf rfrft br rbbbftrfbbn bnbnb bttbnrr nrfbbbrnbnb nrbnn nfb trn tbnnftbbt nb r f fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trrtfb bnbn trnr bbnfb brffb rb n t

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