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Title: The Apopka chief
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West Orange news
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Publication Date: 08-24-2012
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This week Section A Section B Section COpinion .............. 4A-5A Lifestyle .................. 6A Worship .................. 8A Bus. Rev. ....... 12A,13A Sports ..................... 1B Kapers .................... 8B Dining & Ent ........... 9B ....... 11B-14B Service Dir. .... 12B,13B ........ 1C-12C Lifestyle Bless AmericaSportsFlorida Hospital Apopka has welcomed a new doctor to town. See page 6A. Three local bowlers older than 90 years of age keep rolling along in their league. See page 1B. The Apopka ChiefVolume 90 Number 34Covering the community in the 21st centuryFriday, August 24, 2012 / 50 cents The Apopka Chief By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff The airport feasibility study, submitted to the Florida Department of Transportation by the West Orange Airport Authority and the city of Apopka, has been tabled again. A spokeswoman from FDOT said the submitted study did not establish a demand for a public airport, and the FAA and FDOT are unprepared to carry the heavier end of the costs of developing the air port, which were indicated by the study. Jeff Welch, who is the airport boards liaison to the city of Apopka, said at the monthly meet ing of the West Orange Airport Authority, at the Ocoee City Hall, on Wednesday that he had spoken to Richard Anderson, chief administrative feasibility study that was submitted to the Florida Department of Transportation. Richard Anderson said he has received comments back from FDOT and that it was nothing that couldnt be worked through, Welch said. We did submit comments back to the city of Apopka and the WOAA regarding our review of the revised feasibility study, said April Heller, public inThe comments were similar to previous comments sent. Based on the study, a demand for a facility had not been established, and the capital improvement program (CIP) still showed a large percentage of the development costs provided by the FAA and the state. Although the demand is critical in establishing feasibility, the CIP needed to show a larger portion of the devel Voting for the 2012 Best of Apopka Readers Choice Awards will begin next week. All voting is done through The Apopka Chief and The Planter as well as through the newspapers website, www. theapopkachief.com. It will be the third annual Best of Apopka Readers Choice Awards contest. Dur ing the nomination phase, readers will be able to write in their favorite businesses on the ballots that will be printed in each newspaper beginning Thursday, August 30, for The Planter and Friday, August 31, for The Apopka Chief. Online voting can be done on the website starting Monday, August 27. The 2012 Best of Apopka Readers Choice Awards is a fun way for our readers to name their favorite local businesses which is taken very seriously by the winners and the award provided by us which can help drive more business and validate a companys success, customer service and marketing efforts for a year and years to come, said Jackie Trefcer, marketing director for the newspapers. We have made every effort to further legitimize the voting process to ensure were providing an equal opportuniTyrone Mosby, 19, is being held without bond in the Orange County jail after being charged Wednesday, August 22, with the July 29 shooting of Danielle Sampson, a 15-yearold Apopka High School student. Mosby was charged with degree murder when Sampson was shot as she and her family rode in their car on North Lane in the Pine Hills area of Orlando. Her father was attempting to leave the area in the fami lys minivan because he heard multiple gunshots coming from two vehicles traveling on North Lane. Danielle is still in critical By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff The Wekiva Wilderness Trust, the support organization for the Wekiwa Springs State Park, plans to build a new, more user-friendly nature center in the upcoming months that will offer more than twice the space for interpretive programs and would place nature exhibits behind Plexiglas, which would enable the center to be open daily, not just when there is a volunteer on duty. The parks master plan has provision for a new pavil lion closer to the main recreation area of the park, and we are hoping that this will house the new and enlarged nature center, said Don Philpott, Wekiva Wilderness Trust president. Final permission has still to come from Tallahassee. The aim is to have a 30-foot-by-20foot structure an enclosed 30-foot-by-10-foot area, which would house the nature center and environmental exhibits and a 30-by-10-foot external covered area, which could be used as an outdoor classroom and venue for our interpretive programs. The external wall under the roof could also be used for additional display panels. Overall, this would allow us to more than double the exhibit space and have more live animals on display. The Trust would be responsible for running and maintaining the pavil An Apopka woman was charged with two felonies in the hit-and-run death of a bicyclist on Saturday, August 18, about 9 p.m. Apopka police arrested Litasha Lavett Stokes, 39, 2752 Sheila Dr., Apopka, charging her with leaving the scene of a crash involving death and tam pering with or destroying evidence. Police said Stokes was sport utility vehicle northbound on Park Avenue near Albatross Street when she ran over the bicyclist who had been knocked off his bicycle by another car, a Toyota Yaris, which stopped following the crash. Donald E. Marion, 49, was the victim. He died at the scene. Police said Stokes stopped scene of the crash. Two piec es of the undercarriage of the car that ran over Marion with a Nissan logo and parts numbers remained at the scene of the wreck. From that, police were able to determine the type of car that hit the man and were able to narrow it down to Stokes vehicle. She was booked into the Orange County Jail on Thursday, August 23.About 16,000 students in Apopka and Northwest Orange County were among those returning to public schools on Monday, August 20. In the photograph at the top, Apopka High School students walk in the courtyard on their way to the cafeteria to pick up their schedules, while in the picture above, parents and students going to Lakeville Elementary School utilize a crosswalk as a crossing guard stops trafc on Lakeville Road. State says study doesnt show demand for airport; city will respond to state AndersonBest of Apopka contest to begin See BEST Page 3A See STUDY Page 2A Teen arrested in shooting of AHS studentTyrone Mosby . charged in shooting See ARREST Page 3AWoman charged with leaving deadly crashLitasha Lavett Stokes, 39, is led from a squad car to the police station by Samuel Anderson, APD trafc homicide investigator.Earlier this week, the Apopka area and Central Florida received several inches of rain as disturbances rolled off the Gulf of Mexico. Here, a car goes through standing water on Martin Street in front of Apopka High School on Tuesday, August 21. Central Florida may receive more rain early next week, depending upon the track of Tropical Storm Isaac. Wekiwa state park may get improvements See PARK Page 2A

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The Apopka ChiefAugust 24, 2012, Page 1B See the stories at the top of the page about the preseason football games that both Apopka and Wekiva high schools will host today, Friday, August 24. The Blue Darters will play the North Marion Colts from Citra, north of Ocala, while the Mustangs will face the South Lake Eagles from Groveland. Both local teams begin their regular seasons on Friday, August 31. Q. What are the nicknames for the two teams Wekiva and Apopka will be facing in the preseason Kick off Classic football games? A. The Mustangs will host the South Lake Eagles. Located in Groveland, South Lake and Wekiva have met previously, including two years when they were in the same district. Apopka will play the North Mari on Colts, located in horse country north of Ocala.SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Depending upon the season and the teams involved, preseason football games for high school are played so that junior varsity players see a quarter of action. Other times, the game is played as if it were a regular-season contest with both teams looking for a victo ry. For the Apopka Blue Darters and North Marion Colts, the latter holds true as they will play their varsity squads for the full four quarters today, Friday, August 24, in the preseason Kickoff Classic at Apopkas Roger Williams Field. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. and tick ets are $6 at the gate. The Colts are from Citra, north of Ocala. Even though the game doesnt count in terms of the teams record, Apopka head coach Rick Darlington said the game matters for his teams outlook on the rest of the season after the 6-5 season in 2011 that ended in a surprising 20-0 round of the playoffs. (the preseason game). We lost too many games last year, he said. We want to get back to the place where losing is an anomaly. We want it to matter. and win. And, Darlington wont hold anything back in terms of the offensive formations and plays he calls. Im not trying to hide anything on offense. Last year (in the preseason game), we ran only single wing. I wanted to hide things from DP (seasonopening opponent Dr. Phillips). But, were not going to run a bunch of trick plays (against North Marion). This year, Apopka has, for the most part, abandoned the run-oriented single wing in favor of three offensive forma(double wing), and the I-formation. But, Darlington wont necessarily call the plays one might By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Apopka High football fans will, no doubt, hope that the second season of Blue Darter football on the radio will end like All of Apopka High School varsity football games this season will be broadcast live on WBZW-AM, 1520, includ ing the Apopka-North Marion preseason Kickoff Classic today, Friday, August 24. Pre-game broadcasts will begin at 7:15 p.m. with kickoff for each game scheduled for 7:30 p.m. In 2001, the Apopka High football games were broadcast on radio and that is the year the Blue Darters claimed the only state football championship in school history, as Apopka defeated Miami Northwestern, 34-16. munications have always been proud to be a part of, said Bill Files, Salem Communications general manager. am has a lot of heritage and history in Apopka, and we decided it was months, well be adding some great local, community-oriented programming to the line-up. This includes broadcasting AHS cited to have Roger Franklin Williams and Gary Alan on board to do the football broadcasts. We hope local leaders, business people and residents will join us in building a radio station that will truly serve the needs of the Apopka community. Gary Alan will serve as the play-by-play announcer for the home game broadcasts, while AHS public address announcer Steve Schwarze will do the play-by-play for the away games. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff For a team that doesnt have any geographical connection to Wekiva High School, South Lake keeps popping up on the football schedule. The Mustangs will host the Eagles from Groveland today, Friday, August 24, in the preseason Kickoff Classic. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $6 at the gate. Although the preseason game does not count toward their records, it is still the fourth time in as many years the two teams have met, and it can kickstart both teams seasons or create the obstacle of overcoming a loss. For two years, South Lake was in the same district as Wekiva and Apopka. When the Florida High School Athletic Association restructured its classes during the summer of 2011, South Lake was moved into Class 7A-District 4. Evans and East Ridge earned the two FHSAA postseason tournament regional round berths from that district last year. In addition and probably more importantly, the program is going through another important change, as Mark as the head coach of South Lake. However, the Eagle faithful should be familiar He was an assistant coach season with the preseason Kickoff Classic games being played around the state this weekend. But, its also time for the other fall sports to begin their seasons. Girls volleyball is the most vis ible fall sport other than football, but there is also boys and girls bowling, boys and girls golf, boys and girls cross country, and boys and girls swimming. Well cover as much as we can of those sports and if you are involved as a coach, parent, or athlete at either Wekiva High or Apopka High, please keep us up-to-date about the team. You can email us at news@theapopkachief. com with contest information or any thing else we might need to know about the team. We can get to only so many games and contests, so any help you can give us will help us get your team more coverage. Its only preseason For the players, coaches, and fans, the good thing about the Kickoff Classic contests is that your teams record is 0-0 after the game, no matter the out come. But, that doesnt mean its not important to come out on top. For both teams, the preseason game can be a good indicator of how a team will play during the regular sea son. Yes, there should be improvement from that game on, but it will still give coaches an idea of how their team will perform unless the team is vastly supe rior or undermanned against its oppo nent. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Like any competitive athletic league, the Wekiva No Tap Bowling League of Apopka meets on a regular basis every week throughout the year. Its bowlers take turns on the lanes, throwing strikes, spares and knocking over pins as they score for their teams, compet ing to win the league. But when Otis Pace, Myron Weber and Walter Proseck take their turn on the lane, their team isnt like any other competitive league and is obviously different. These three men are bowling competitively and playing drive to win as athletes in their 90s. Or, as their teammates like to say, they are doing it at the age of 90-plus years young. A native of Saluda, North Carolina, Paces bowling story was the stuff of the lighter side. I started bowling because my wife asked me to join the league she was competing in, Pace said. That was about 10 years ago and ironically, I Who knew I could do what Im doing now. It looks like I had some natural talent, but it took myself as a bowler. In only 10 years, Pace has thrown two three-game series of more than 500 pins and a perfect game, as well. He also has an average which opens eyes, 150. But the biggest eye-opener of Paces life is outside of sports and bowling. He served in the Navy and was one of the sailors who was a part of Operation Overland/D-Day, the largest full-military landing in history which began the Allies invasion of Europe and eventually brought World War II to an end with Germanys surrender after it was occupied. He landed on Omaha Beach, one of several which make up the area known as Normandy on Who: South Lake Eagles (0-0 overall; 0-0 Dist. 7A-4) at Wekiva Mustangs (0-0 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, August 24, 7:30 p.m. Where: Wekiva High Schools Mustang Field Why: Preseason Kickoff Classic Cost: $6 at the gate Who: North Marion Colts (0-0 overall; 0-0 Dist. 5A-5) at Apopka Blue Darters (0-0 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, August 24, 7:30 p.m. Where: Apopka High Schools Roger Williams Field Why: Preseason Kickoff Classic Cost: $6 at the gate Radio: WBZW-1520AM Sophomore quarterback Bart Bell runs the option offense with senior running back Reg gie Brown in preparation for the preseason game against South Lake High. Running back Jevric Blocker keeps his eyes up eld during practice Friday, August 17. Keeping active by bowling despite being in their 90s are, (l-r), Myron Weber, Otis Pace, and Walter Proseck.Mustangs host South Lake in preseason football gameNorth Marion visits Apopka for Kickoff Classic contest See DARTERS Page 10B See BOWLERS Page 11B See MUSTANGS Page 10B Bowlers who are 90-plus keep rolling alongApopka High football will be on local radio Its not just football cranking up the high-school sports seasons See PEP Page 11B See RADIO Page 9B

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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 3B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff a medical term and condition the Vergos family of Apopka came to know more about than any should. But that knowledge has also been the catalyst for the family understanding and embracing all that can change in a persons life due to bowling, including possibly ascending to Pro Bowlers Association membership. After collapsing due to hydrocephalus, Pete Vergos discovered the sport of bowling and, as they say, the rest is history. Vergos, now 14, is not only the top bowler who competes at the Brunswick Wekiva Lanes, but he is the best in the Orlando area and the Greater Orlando youth league. I love to hear and see the pins fall down, Vergos said. The behind-thescenes part of the game is very interesting to me. The oil pattern, the different characthe balls, the feel of the lanes, all of it plays a role in bowling. There is a lot more to it than just throwing the ball and not stepping over the line. I seem to be really good at determining how to make them work for me. I enjoy studying that part of the game. Usually, when one is good at those skills, he or she tends to have a passion for the game, too. They go hand in hand usually. If someone is good at them, they throw high scores. My life changed so much the day I collapsed. But then it changed again so much because of bowling. When I collapsed, I was worried about my parents. They were in the process of splitting up. That was the concern of my family, but suddenly I was in the hospital. My parents situation was bad for us, but my situation took precedence. It was scary for everyone. looking forward to playing the more traditional sports for many years. But on August 11, 2004, he collapsed suddenly. Fortunately, he arrived at the hospital before any damage to the part of his brain which controls the motor skills occurred. At the hospital, he was diagnosed with hydrocephalus. To relieve the swelling, a shunt was placed inside Vergos head which runs body when he goes to the restroom. At the age of nine, Vergos and his father, Demetros, were invited by friends who had passes for free bowling to the Brunswick Wekiva lanes in Apopka on Semoran Boulevard. Vergos fell in love with the sport instantly and he began bowling regularly. He soon joined the Wekiva Lanes youth league, which is a part of the United States Bowling Congress youth league. At the age of 14, his average is already 203 (converted). In his fathers words, Vergos had dreamed of playing football and basketball since he was an infant and the two watched sports on television. Understandably unable to play the sports, Vergos was devastated and disheartened after he was diagnosed with hydrocephalus. That is, until he began bowling. I am so glad my son has found a passion and something he loves to do, Demetrios Vergos, Petes father, said. But there is more to it than just it being about him or our family. Bowling is an opportunity for youth who cant play in the more traditional sports to be involved with a sport. The youth who have physical limitations arent helpless when it comes to participating in sports and they can become good at what they do. There is the option of bowling. It is like any other sport. It takes a desire and willingness to work at it to become good. If a bowler understands that, he or she can be good at it. Pete has natural talent to begin with. That is obvious, but he works really hard at developing his skills. He practices every day for at least a couple of hours. He studies the professionals every opportunity he has. As a parent, I am proud of him for doing that. And he has earned everything he has achieved. He has gotten so many rewards from his work ethic and commitment to getting better. That is true of anybody who bowls, whether they have a physical condition or not. The highlight of Pete Vergos still blossoming career came on May 26 at the AMF Deltona Lanes in Deltona when he threw a perfect game during the USBCs youth state championships. It was the seventh perfect game he has thrown, but the ing practice. However, the perfect game home lanes are Wekiva Lanes. If Pete continues to develop the way he has been, he will be good enough to turn professional by the time he graduates high school, said Bud Endicott, USBC coach and youth director at Wekiva Lanes. It is such a pleasure to watch him bowl and coach him, because he is so fundamentally sound. So he is very coachable in the sense it hasnt taken him long to develop his skills and talent to the point it now is. But, it wasnt always like that. When he started, he couldnt keep the ball inside the lane. Breaking 70 was an accomplishment for him. However, also from the beginning, he loved the sport and that drove him to want to get good and the work he put in ter day and did the same drills over and correctly. He became so good quickly because he practiced on his weaknesses over and over. He has become so fundamentally sound. He stands correctly at the foul lane. He follows through. He moves the ball the right way when he throws. But there was a period when he had to work on the fundamentals. He was just unwilling to stop until he got them down. Endicotts credentials when assessing talent is as good as it gets. He was named the USBCs coach of the year last year and has been coaching for more than 40 years. of the tournament for Vergos, who earned third place. He scored a total of 790 pins (263.33 average per game), which was one less than second place and three away from sions). The USBCs youth league groups 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. Please send The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-886-2777. In the period from August 13-19, the Apopka Police Department received 931 calls for assistance, responded to 14 tions and made 26 arrests. Of these arrests, none were juvenile arrests. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Steven Jose Zabala, 24, 1800 Alpine Dr., Apopka, trespassing-fail to leave. Kyle Jacks, 21, 120 Caldwell St., Apopka, batterycause bodily harm. Teyana S. Melbourne, 19, 784 Trey Ct., Apopka, larcenypetit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Kennetha S. Anderson, 20, 2746 Mission Run, Tallahassee, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Marsha Mayer, 44, 912 S. 15th St., Okeechobee, driving or drugs. Lorene Wall Young, 51, 3386 Ocoee-Apopka Rd., Apopka, possession and/or use of drug equipment, possession cocaine. Phillip Vernon Walker, 20, 1231 Honey Rd., Apopka, driving while license suspended 1st offense. Kaley Shatarra Bostick, 23, 222 Kanawha St., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Jerry D. McCranie, 26, 2499 Woodside Way, Atlanta, rivative more than 4 grams but less than 30 kilograms, possession of weapon or ammo. Mack Arthur Sparkman, 64, 808 Rolling Green Dr., Apopka, warrant-information report. Jacob McNeely, 18, 1180 Lane Park, Tavares, possession marijuana not more than 20 grams. Abraham Francisco, 29, 1233 Himalayan Ct., Apopka, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Steve Garnet Tanner, 27, 112 Errol Place Cir., Apopka, simple assault with intent to commit a felony. Richard Earl Duncan, 50, 3330 Lake Center Dr., Mt. Dora, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Natalie Lynn McDorman, 44, 275 E. Central Pkwy., Altamonte Springs, disorderly inUlices Rodriguez, 40, 3737 Ponkan Rd., Apopka, possession of controlled substance without prescription, possession and/or use of drug equipment. 1025 Timberline Rd., Apopka, possession of controlled substance without prescription, possession and or use of drug equipment. Nicholas Dean Nelson, 21, 581 Little River Loop, Altamonte Springs, driving undrugs. Sigfrido Figueroapena, 57, 117 Springwood Cr., Longwood, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, possession of controlled substance without prescription, possession and/or use of drug equipment. Regina Rena Smith, 26, 840 Bethune Dr., Orlando, larceny-2nd degree 1st offense. Larry J. Ward, 52, transient, warrant-Orange County pear. Monica Shepley, 34, 864 Don Wilson Ave., Apopka, battery-touch or strike. 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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 4B Hello Folks, Well, I missed yall last week due to a computer crash. online again. good as of late. Folks are still catchin plenty of bluegills and shellcrackers. goin strong in most of the lakes in our area. Captain Joe reports that the folks in his area are catchin bluegills and shellcrackers in the Harris Chain. Most of the action has been around the pads in Dead River and on the south end of Little the bluegills in the residential canals. Most of the folks worms. Folks are still catchin some bluegills in the Apopka pads and the docks or anywhere Monroe and Lake Woodruff. Folks are catchin bluegills and shellcrackers by driftin the lakes. Crickets and red worms are workin the best. You can Monroe and the seawall on the river up at Crows Bluff area of the river, which is on State few mullet off the seawall. The St. Johns River has been real good for bass, especially around the feeder creeks and the runoffs up and down the river. Folks are gettin in those areas and catchin plenty of bass early in the mornin and late in the day. You will see the bass feedin in the movin water. You can catch em on topwater lures and Rat-L-Traps. Once the bite is over when the sun gets up, you will have to on a Carolina rig. You can also catch some nice bass on swimbaits and by slow rollin a spinnerbait in those areas, too. the St. Johns River and in the Wekiva River. Most folks are with nightcrawlers and stink baits. Some folks who love to mer are catchin a few specks in deeper water. Most of the specks are bein caught on jigs tipped with a minner in 12 ft. to 16 ft. of water. The local chains like the Conway Chain and the Butler Chain are producin some nice catches of bass. You need ly in the mornin with top-water and swim-baits. When the sun gets up, move to deeper wasome hydrilla or eel grass, you hangin around those areas. I like to use a slow fallen SenkoWell, I hope you get a Tip of the week: movin water. Save a few and good luck! By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Two years ago, the Wekiva High girls bowling team caught lightning in a bottle as its bid to earn a berth in the state cham pionship meet didnt end until of the District 6 championship tournament. The team is hoping it can catch lightning in a bottle twice as it is in a similar situation this season. We have the returning bowlers we can build around, coach Dave Kurtz said. Our newcomers have some tal ent. It is matter of developing it. If we can get a couple of the newcomers to develop fairly quickly, we might just be able to make a run at the district championship tournament. We will probably have some issues at the beginning of the season game and way, but we believe we have the ability to come on strong at the end of the season and into the postseason. Two bowlers return to a team which went 7-7 last season. Senior Emily Harris returns as the teams number one bowler. She is joined by sophomore Marissa Roberts. While the other four bowlers are joining the varsity team this year, the team will have ance as two seniors, two juniors, and two sophomores are on the roster. The other senior is Jessica Silvey. Erika Black and Caressa Bratton are juniors. The roster is rounded out by sophomore Alyssa Stewart. Like the Wekiva boys team, the theme of the usual teams will be major factor in District 6 and the Metro Conference. Once again, West Or ange and Winter Park are the favorites. The Mustangs play West Orange on September 4, which is the opener. In a tri-meet which includes Circle Christian, Wekiva faces Winter Park on October 3. The district champion ship tournament takes place on October 30 at the Brunswick Wekiva Lanes in Apopka, Wekivas home bowling center. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Two years ago, Wekiva Highs boys for their respective postseasons beyond the district level. But they have had to make room for the Mustangs boys bowling program, as it has blossomed into a regular state championship meet partici pant with back-to-back appearances, including being the state runner-up in 2010. With the start of the 2012 season, the program is looking to turn the page, but it is going to try to make the new page a duplicate of the previous two. As a team which has done what we have the last couple of years should be, coach Dave Kurtz said. Like I said last year after we were state runner-up, it is awfully hard to repeat as a district champion, let alone go as far as we did. That by no means, means we cant do it again and we made it back to the state champion ship tournament last year. And now with another new year, we have what we need to, to do it again. But more importantly, it also means we have to be ready and willing to do everything we did the last two years to get to where we were. Then, we have to do it with the same intensity and focus just like we have had the last two years. We have to remem ber that everyone gives us their best shot now. We have to put what happened the last two years behind us, as it has nothing to do with the results of this year, and prepare like that. The program has grown to a point where we feel we have just as good an opportunity as anyone else to do what we did the last two years again and to keep doing it, but that is if we are not relying on our reputation as a state championship tournament participant the last two years. Two years ago, the Mustangs pulled off perhaps the biggest surprise bowling has seen as a part of the FHSAA. Because the Mustangs were only three years old as a school, very few paid attention or included the program amongst state championship discussions. So, when the team state championship meet, many were so surprised, it was considered an upset. But Kurtz knew better after stockpil three years, and he said at the beginning of that season everything was in place for a run at the District 6 championship as tournament. In hindsight, it is obvious that his team not only proved him right, but showed just how special that group of bowlers was as its spectacular and ungames short of a state championship. As satisfying and legitimate as the postseason run was, the regular season was also, as the Mustangs compiled a 13-3 record. But, with the start of the 2011 season, being considered a program which had yet to do it more than once let alone on a regular or consistent basis, Wekiva had to do it all over again to achieve the same legitimacy among the same heights of competition it had the year before. tangs did as they turned a surprising oneyear run to the state championship meet into a this-is-our-standard two years after an 11-3 regular season. Although most of the bowlers returned, there were a couple of changes, making the team a somewhat different one as even with the changes, Wekiva proved it is a legitimate player among the highest heights of competition by still qualifying for the state championship meet. It earned its berth in the state meet by advancing nately for the Mustangs, they fell in the earn berths in the state meet. Unlike a couple of years ago, we are now known as a program capable of playing with the best, Kurtz said. We have that same prestige within the program and outside of it as the other top teams in the state. The Mustangs will do that with a lineup of returning bowlers which has three juniors and two seniors. The lineup is made up of twins, juniors Austin and Justin Kleier, senior Matthew Helberg, senior Dustin Doggett, and junior Ray Conference selection last year. Added to We are in good shape, Kurtz said. were good enough to make it to the state championship meet, so we are good enough to make it back again. This years team is the most balanced I have coached as far as every bowler being very solid with the fundamentals of the sport. Everyone is capable of becoming an All-Metro Conference selection. We have a strong core and several bowlers waiting in the wings. Each bowler is well seasoned, has a desire to win and is sound with the fundamentals. But having to replace its all-every thing standout for four years, Josh Comfort, also means how quickly the team gels together will be just as important a factor. We have to replace Josh. Any team that has someone as talented and scored like he did takes some time to adjust to. Nor can he be replaced directly, either, Kurtz said. His production put us in a position to win almost every match. And as it is often pointed out in this sport, a team is only as good as its last shot. So every one of our last shots has to be that much second in the state meant we had to be better last year. Making it back to the state champi onship meet last year means being better might have been good enough last year, but it isnt this year. We have tasted success beyond just 15 minutes. What we have done is a point of pride and desire to continue it. But, also, the other programs dont see us as someone who has come and gone. We will still get everyones best game. The top teams are still going to make it a point to defeat us. We still have to defeat them to get back to the state championship meet. If we were in an average district and area, it doesnt mean we will. But the competition in the district and area is very good, too. With the programs evolution, it has brought aboard an assistant coach in the form of Dan Skelly. He comes to the program from football. Kurtz says he is very good working with young athletes. This theme of the usual top teams will also be prevalent this year. In addition to Wekiva, Circle Christian, and Apopka are pionship. Ocoee and Winter Park are considered possible dark horses. Ocoee lost almost all of its lineup from last season, but seems to always be able to reload instead of rebuild, and Winter Park always seems to contend for titles. Wekiva meets Apopka on September 11. It faces Winter Park and Circle Christian on October 3. Ocoee is on the schedule on September 27. The district championship meet is be ing held on October 30 at the Brunswick Wekiva Lanes in Apopka, Wekivas home bowling lanes. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff After a three-year run of rich tradition, the Apopka High in the position of a completely new lineup. Last seasons starting line up compiled an undefeated record of 16-0 en route to the Metro Conferences Western Division championship. But all the team wasnt able to make championship tournament. But all is not lost as like programs with champion ship tradition, it has a group of bowlers who are ready to step in. The question is do they have the depth and the ability to do the little things at the bottom of the lineup which can keep it as a top team and championship contender. We have had three great tinued a tradition which makes us a championship contender on a regular basis, coach John Hauser said. The starting line up we have had the last two years were all seniors. So, the obvious conclusion is we will be down this year. But, our junior varsity team went undefeated last year, so there is still some talent in this program. We have three sophomores who are good enough to be at the top of most varsity teams lineups. We still have the talent to contend for the championships again, but everything will have to go just right for us. If the talent develops quickly and we deal with the pressure of competing in our district and what we do as a team depends on them, we can contend. Its a lot of ifs, so the they have been in the past and the possibility isnt as high. However, it is still possible for us to do what we have in the past. We might not do what we did the last few years, but we will win our share of games and represent Apopka. It might not be as good as what we have been doing, but we arent going to be so down that we disappoint Apopka. year, Grant Dubay takes over the number one position in the lineup. Not only in his series scores, but from game to game bowler, averaging just under 200 pins at 198. The difference in his scores are rarely more than 12 pins. He gets it done with power and hard throws. He will also be important for the team handling the intangi ble aspects of the game as one of his strengths is an ability to handle the pressure. Hauser describes his ability to handle Twins, Jake and Justin Thornton, start the season with averages of about 180 apiece after leading the 2011 junior varsity team to a 15-0 record. style and rely more on hooks. It goes hand in hand with an abil ity to change their game and the balls they use. The duo is also strong in the Baker rules for mat, which will come in handy during the postseason. In the Baker rules format, each team throws 10 frames per game with each bowler throwIn 10-pin rules format, each bowler throws three complete 10-frame games. The totals for each game are added together for each bowler and then the totals for each bowler are added for a team score. Apopkas other starting bowler is freshman Nick Moyer. 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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 6BPop Warner youth football teams play preseason games Apopka teams will visit Winter Park for season on Staff photos by Tammy KeatonThe Apopka junior pee wee Pop Warner teams offense lines up for action against the Lake Brantley squad. All of the Apopka and Lake Brantley teams played Saturday, August 18, at Robert Bobby Manley Field at the Northwest Recreation Complex in Apopka. Apopka Pop Warner junior pee wee assistant coach Britt Ratledge (l) talks with players on the sideline during their preseason game Saturday, August 18. Running back Demodrick Pearson tries to run out of the grasp of a Lake Brantley defender as Dwyane Long Jr. (62) and others block for him. Tahjae Rudolph eyes a fumbled ball during Apopkas preseason Pop Warner game against Lake Brantley. Eric Wright prepares to stiffarm a would-be tackler during the junior pee wee preseason game. The junior pee wee cheerleaders performed during halftime of the football game. Dwayne Long Jr. (62) and Demodrick Pearson tackle a Lake Brantley runner. Apopka junior pee wee running back Jefferson Walls gets past a Lake Brantley defender. Mike Hamlin, the Apopka Pop Warner junior pee wee head coach, yells out instructions to his players.

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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 7B Wekiva players bring out a blocking apparatus designed to help linemen stay in their assigned areas as they block. Players run sprints during the rst part of practice on Monday, August 20, as the Mustangs prepare for their preseason game against the South Lake Eagles. Assistant coach Jay Cvetko talks with lineman Jemal Taylor during practice. Defensive line coach Bryan Gary makes his point as the Mustangs prepare for their preseason contest. Nick Celella takes a water break along with his teammates Friday, August 17, during practice. Quarterback Zack Darlington looks down the eld for a receiver at the practice held at Robert Bobby Manley Field. The ball comes loose during a drill as the team practiced Friday, August 17, for the Pop Warner players and parents. Receiver Jacob Wittrock catches a pass thrown by Zack Darlington. Assistant coach Dave Newell instructs running back Jevric Blocker during a drill. Offensive line coach James Delgado yells out instructions to his players. Defensive coordinator Jeff Rolson (l) and head coach Rick Darlington talk. In the picture at the left, J.J. Simmons blocks a kick by backup kicker Tyler LHeureux out of the hold by Jordan Davidson. In the picture at the right, some of the Pop War ner youth football players and their families watch the practice and scrimmage held by the Blue Darters Friday, August 17, at Robert Bobby Manley Field at the Northwest Recreation Complex. Running back Richard Scott protects the ball as he runs Monday, August 20, during practice.

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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 8BStrange things are happening, as a popular TV comedian named Red Buttons liked to say on his show a half century or so ago. Back in 1995, a Zellwood resident connected with the Zellwood United Methodist Churchs Friendship Circles Cooking With Friends II cookbook project that year apparently mentioned to me something having to do with pickles and fudge, which I jotted down on that 17-year-old scribbled note that fell from my cookbook. Ironically, that 1995 note included the address and phone number of a Zellwood resident, whose contact inforplanned feature story this year! later, in an old cookbook, that tiny slip of paper providing the very information I currently needed are such very nice unexpected encounters. That coincidence seems so very strange. For a unique and rare old community like historic Zellwood, however, maybe it is not even unusual, because Zellwood is such a very special place. It seems everyone knows everyone there. Everyone has always known everyone. As children, many played together. They attended Zellwood Elementary School together. Many stayed closely connected all their lives, even some who moved away. And, it seems, everyone in Zellwood not only knows, but truly cares deeply about everyone else there. Cooking With Friends II was compiled and published by the Friendship Circle of Zellwood United Methodist Church on Jones Avenue at Union Street. Reverend Shelby Wilson was pastor. Shirley Brown, Jane Carr and Claire Ellington were the Friendship Circles cookbook committee. compiling and publishing of this cookbook were Janet Marks, Jeanne Howard, Jane Carr, Mavene Speck, Claire Ellington, Delores Eure, and Hazel Branton. Now-yellowed newsy letters written to this column in 1992, 1994 and 1996 from the Friendship Circles 1995 vice president Jeanne Howard were among yet other treasures from yesteryear rediscovered between the pages of this wonderful old cookbook. Cooking With Friends II was the groups second cookbook. Cooking With Friends, the churchs original cookbook, published a few years earlier, will be featured here at a later time. Enjoy trying the recipes below from Cooking With Friends II, and if you grabbed a copy of the cookbook back in 1995, I hope you still are enjoying it as much as I am mine. HAZEL BRANTONS PUMPKIN DIP AND GINGERSNAPS 1 (16-ounce) can pumpkin 2 (8 ounces each) packages cream cheese 1 (1-pound) box powdered sugar 1/4 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice Mix well together all the pumpkin dip ingredients. Serve with gingersnaps. HAZEL BRANTONS BREAD STICKS Day old bread Melted butter Parmesan cheese for sprinkling Light shake of garlic (optional) Trim all crusts off day old bread and cut bread into four long slices or strips. Dip strips into melted butter. Place on baking sheet and sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes until golden brown and hard. Store bread sticks in an airtight container. Preheat when needed. Good with salads and soups. DEBBIE VINCENT RYANS SPINACH DIP IN A BREAD BOWL 1 package chopped spinach, cooked and cooled 1 cup mayonnaise 1 pint sour cream 4 tablespoons Durkee salad dressing 1/2 teaspoon dill 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 package (dry, original) Hidden Valley dressing Mix together all ingredients. Hollow out a piece of big round bread. Fill bread with dip. Serve with cut-up veggies. ARLENE WILLS MANGO BUTTER 2 tablespoons lime juice 2 cups water 2-1/2 cups sugar 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon Cook mango with water and lime juice until soft, about 15 minutes. Add sugar and spices. Cook over medium heat, stirring frequently, until mixture is thick, like apple butter. Pour into hot sterilized jars. Seal and process in boiling water for 10 minutes. Recipe yields about four pints of mango butter. JANE CARRS CREAM OF MUSHROM SOUP 2 cups chopped fresh mushrooms 1/2 teaspoon onion powder 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder 1/8 teaspoon pepper 1/4 teaspoon salt 2-1/2 cups chicken broth 1 cup heavy cream Combine mushrooms, seasonings and broth. Simmer. Stir in the heavy cream until the soup is hot. HONEY CALDWELLS SCALLOPED POTATOES 6 to 8 potatoes, sliced Chopped onion or onion bits Grated sharp cheese 1 can mushroom soup 1 cup milk 1-1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper Layer half of the sliced potatoes and the onion and grated cheese. Add another layer of potatoes, onion and cheese. Mix soup, milk, salt and pepper and pour over the potato layers. Cover and bake at 350 for 45 minutes. Uncover and bake for 30 more minutes or until done. HORTENSE PARKERS SWEET AND SOUR CABBAGE 2 pounds red cabbage, thinly sliced sugar 1/4 cup water 1/4 cup red wine vinegar 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin 1/4 teaspoon caraway seed 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper In a heavy pot, combine the cabbage and enough water to cover cabbage. Cover pot with lid and cook for 10 minutes. Drain well. Combine brown sugar and next four ingredients in large saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring until sugar melts. Remove from heat and stir in salt, pepper and cabbage. Spoon into greased 2-1/2 quart casserole dish. Cover and bake at 375 degrees for 45 to 50 minutes or until cabbage is tender. Recipe yields six to eight servings. JANE CARRS EASY PEANUT BUTTER FUDGE 2 cups sugar 1/4 cup butter or margarine 1/2 cup milk 2-1/2 tablespoons marshmallow crme 1 cup peanut butter 3/4 teaspoon vanilla Mix sugar, margarine and milk. Bring to a boil and cook for three minutes. Remove from stove and stir in the marshmallow crme, peanut butter and vanilla. Pour into a buttered 8 x 8inch pan and cool. Cooking With Friends II Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley.Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. We know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.comPlease send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712Please send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712or send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712 MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili!We know shed love to hear from you!Visit: www.theapopkachief.comWe know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.com SATURDAY, AUGUST 25Registration for Little League Fall Season: The Apopka Little League will hold registration for players at 9:00 a.m. until noon, at the Northwest Recreation Complex, located on Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. Three forms of proof of residency and a birth age groups for baseball, Minors (9-10 years), 10-11 (no name), Majors (11-12 years), Juniors (13-14 years), and Seniors (1516). Softball is also played. Last all-star baseball teams and two for softball. The cost is $100 per player for baseball and $85 for each softball player. For more information, call Lajean Huntley at 407-212-8324, or visit www. apopkalittleleague.org or call the Saturday Night Cruise: Held the last Saturday of every month, from 5:00 9:00 p.m., at Roc City Diner, in the Wekiva Riverwalk Plaza. Music by Laurie, Queen of the Hop! Open to all makes and models, 10% off Cruiser meals, great food, shopping, 50/50, prizes and surprises!SUNDAY, AUGUST 26Beginning Racewalking Program: 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. calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. GFWC Apopka Womans Club Annual Membership Tea: 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., at the Museum of the Apopkans, 122 E. 5th St., Apopka. Reservations must have been made by August 20th. For more information, call Ruth Clasen at 407-889-7918 or visit www.apopkawomansclub.com. F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: 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.MONDAY, AUGUST 27 Sweetwater Oaks Garden Club Annual Welcome Back Coffee: 10:00 a.m., at the home of and start new friendships with local women. For information, or to RSVP, call Hillary at 407-3891691. Beginning Racewalking Program: 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. calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: 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 407-3120849, 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 407-880-3855 or 407-880-9595 or visit www. Apopkatoastmasters.org.TUESDAY, AUGUST 28Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-8864231 for more information. Come Walk n Talk. Watercolor Painting Class: SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City of Apopka Fran Carlton Center. Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Balling For Jesus: 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 email jadamone@aol.com. Kiwanis Club Meeting: Meetings will be held every fourth Tuesday, at 6:00 p.m., for dinner or 6:30 p.m., for the meeting only, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. For more information, contact Stuart Harris at 407-889-5305; 591 N. Park Ave., #996, Apopka.. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:00 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www.aaog.tv.WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29T.O.P.S Chapter #646: 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 407-8861147. Crafts & Board Games: 9:30 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of senior adults who enjoy playing board games or creating projects. Call 407703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. Come and join the fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-7031631 for information. Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: 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.* Storybook Fun for Your Little One: At 11:15 a.m. every Wed. Recommended for children ages 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, alFor more information, call 407886-4231. THURSDAY, AUGUST 30Walking Club: 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 drawings, prizes, trophies and just plain showing off. For information, call 407-880-3351 or 407814-9678. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www.aaog.tv. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784.UPCOMING EVENTSBahia Shriners Sportsmans Expo: Saturday, September 1, from noon 5:00 p.m., doors open at 11:00 a.m., at the Bahia Shrine Center, 2300 Pembrook Dr., Orlando. There will be door prizes, 50/50, and many other sports rafFree admission. Family friendly. For more information or to buy hiasportsmansexpo.com. Youth Football Sign-Ups: The Apopka Lions youth football teams are still accepting registration for the upcoming fall season. For more information, call Todd Peterson at 321-277-2942 or email apopkaRegistration for Fall Soccer Leagues: The Apopkas Recreation Division will be holding registration on August 27-31 for new players, and August 20-24 for returning players, at the Northwest Recreation Complex, from 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Youth soccer is for boys and girls ages 4-14. Youth must be 4 years of age by August 1, and may not have turned 15 prior to August 1. The fees are $110 for city residents per season and $150 for non-city residents per season which includes a uniform. You may also register online August 20-31 at www.apopka.net. For more information, call 407-703-1784. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: Place, 311 S. Forest Ave., Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. Man to Man Prostate ACS Cancer Support Meeting : Held the second Tuesday of every month, from 6:30 8:00 p.m., at the **Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce. The meeting is for men who have prostate cancer, or would like more information about the disease. For more information, call Till at 407-341-1826. Club of Orlando: Meetings will be held every third Tuesday of each month starting in September through May, from 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m., at the Elks Club, 12 N. Primrose Dr., Orlando. Active duty wives are also welcome to attend. For information contact Marty Harrison at 407-886-1922 or Ellen Paul at 407-696-4809.ONGOING EVENTSPersonal Wellness & Management Coach offering Free Camp: 6:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m., every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Kit Land Nelson Park. Call Jennifer, 407-948-5603 for details. 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. 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. Ministry Needs Pillows and Socks: Extended Hand Outreach, 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 800962-2622, email extendedhandapopka@gmail.com or visit www. facebook.com/extendedhandoutreach. Hospital Health Course Offered : 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 407-625-7048 to learn more about free chronic disease self-management courses. Free Educational Hands-On Programs: The Orange County Fire Rescue Department offers free programs such as CPR, citizens 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 407-8369081 or email OCFRD_PubEd@ Zellwood Garden Club: Members continue to collect old cell phones for the Sheriffs Department. Call 407-886-5023 for pick up. Computer Classes in both 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. Habitat Volunteers: Sign up to month of August! 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, and cleaning for occupancy! To volunteer in the Apopka Habitats Re-Store, call 407-8808881 or 407-696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. 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 rie.averybayer@aol.com.************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. raisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or 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. $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county) T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a cial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407886-1147.

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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 9B bowlers into divisions according to skill level, but does not have any age distinctions and the state championship was held at two locations. So, Vergos accomplished the feat of earning third in the highest-skilled division older than him by as much as four years and while having to adjust to two different lanes. He also has won the Betty Nettel tournament and was named the Brunswick Wekiva Lanes bowler of the year. Everything just felt right, Vergos said. All the elements lined up right for me, the lane itself, the ball reaction, entering the game already scoring over 250 pins in every game. I began to think I could throw a perfect game during the seventh frame. But I still was having a hard time believing it. Nonetheless, I was able to keep doing what I had been doing and kept throwing strikes. There was a really big crowd, too. It kept getting bigger and bigger. The word was spreading. A student at Wolf Lake Middle School, Vergos just started the eighth grade. He aspires to work in the media after, of course, taking the PBA by storm. His favorite subject in school is world history. His lifelong devotion to football comes from his family settling in Buffalo after coming to the United States from Greece. He is also a diehard fan of the Orlando Magic. With four siblings, Pete Vergos is very active about spending time with them. The best way I can describe why his success as a bowler means so much to me is before he was doing it, he always asked why me? Demetrios Vergos said. Now, he always tells me he doesnt feel that way anymore. The hydrocephalus led to him discovering he has a natural talent for bowling. As a parent, those words make me feel so good. Every parent wants his or her children to lead a happy life and passionate about something. Both father and son also love bowling because it is an opportunity for them to spend time together. Im looking forward to working with my partner Roger Franklin Williams and the entire broadcast team, Alan said. We want to do a job that is pleasing to them so they can have us back again next year, he said. Williams will serve as the color analyst for the broadcasts. He is a 1975 graduate of Apopka High and played football for the Blue Darters. Im very pleased that Apopka Blue Darter football games will be broadcast over the radio this season on Apopkas 1520 WBZW and especially pleased to have the opportunity to serve as the color analyst on the broadcasts with veteran broadcaster Gary Alan. I want to thank WBZW General Manager Bill Files and Operations Manager Pete Paquette for their commitment to the Apopka community and for the opportunity to be a part of the broadcasts. Im also looking forward to working with John of his knowledge and insights about the 2012 Blue Darters. 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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 10B area. He is averaging about 170 pins per game. Although fairly new to Apopka and varsity competi tion, all four of the bowlers are ready for it because they have been bowling in youth leagues and for club teams since they were in elementary school. We have four bowlers who can stay with most of the bowlers, Hauser said. Im not saying we are the best, but we can put ourselves in a position to win. So, our season will probably depend on how saying a team is as strong as its weakest link will really apply to us this season. Despite spectacular records the past two seasons, Apopka failed to advance past the District 6 champion is played using the 10-pin for are played using Baker rules in a double-elimination tournament. Both times, Apopka has lost twice before reaching the ton twins skills are what Apopka has been looking for as the surprise of the district and Metro Conference could posagain, Apopka might still be a year away and 2012 could be a learning experience for a tal ented, but young team. think out of the various formations. bone, run out of the spread, and use misdirection plays out of the normally staid I-formation. what conventional wisdom says you run that offense for, Darlington said. On the other side of the ball, the Blue Darters are sticking with defensive coordinator Jeff Rolsons 4-3 as a base defense, but, depending on what the opponent is running, will move one of the linebackers up to the defensive line or may bring linebackers or defensive backs on a blitz. Hopefully, well have an improved defensive system and improved personnel, Darlington said. For its part, North Marion brings into the game a team looking for its 13th straight district title under head coach Craig Damon, who sports a 106-42 record in 12 years as coach of his alma mater. His top player this season is Reg5-foot-11, 170-pounder is being recruited as a cornerback by the Bulldogs, but will play many positions for the Colts, including all areas of the deOffensively, Wilkerson will see time at quarterback, receiver, and running back. In North Marions spring game, he played quarterback on offense. Brody Hall transferred from Ocala Vanguard and is expected to play some at quarterback for the Colts. In the spring game, they showed mostly I-formation, but ran a lot of one-back offense last year, Darlington said of North Marion. Like Apopka, the Colts lost a goodly amount of offensive skill tal ent from last year, but there are some talented although inexperienced players coming back for the 2012 season. Also like the Blue Darters, North Marions offensive line does have experience and is expected to lead the way for the young skill players. Defensively, the Colts have not only Wilkerson in the defensive backis expected to be among the better players for North Marion. ours, which helps, Darlington said. For the Blue Darters, some injuries are starting to mount, as Rio Macrena has a dislocated left elbow and Darlington hopes to have him back for tember 21 against Olympia. He can play nearly any position on offense, from wide receiver to running back to offensive line. Running back Ray Ray Smith is nursing a sprained ankle and like ly wont play against the Colts, while fullback Chandler Cox is expected to play against North Marion, he has issues with his hip. Otherwise, the Blue Darters are healthy, but there isnt a lot of depth, so staying injury free throughout the season is imperative for Apopka. Last week, Darlington said his team needed to develop more mental toughness to make it through the dog days of practice so it would translate to the season when they are involved in a tough games. It got better, he said about the mental toughness. We had a great ter. As a way of helping the players develop that mental toughness, Dar lington said he is making the practices shorter, but more intense. Wed like minutes, 2-and-a-half hours max. to play a high school football game, something that Darlington, his assistant coaches, and the players are looking forward to. Were looking forward to the what you work for, Darlington said. Weve worked hard this off-season. Now, weve got to go out and compete against other people. at East Ridge, South Lakes tradition al rival, for the past several years. He Eastern Kentucky, as he played quar terback there. With that high school and coling the split-back veer and its passing game is built on timing routes. Defensively, the Eagles line up in to time, they put four defenders up front. We dont know a lot about the Eagles since they have played only its head coach, Wekiva head coach only game opponents can review is the spring practice one. But we do exfront, because Woolum came from the fense is to create misdirection between and off the tackles. It is often used by teams whose running backs character are that of having the power to lower their shoulders and push defensive players back. It often looks like a high school version of the counter-trey the NFLs Washington Redskins ran in the Although not exactly the same, the arrival of Woolum also means the game pits two teams against each other dealing with the same situation and hopefully for Wekiva, it marks the beginning of putting the discussion of a note from a 10-11 record the past two seasons to the recruitment of Division I/BCS conferences college programs to a bowl victory being achieved, the need for a major shift had also come if the program was to continue to ment was to bring in a new offensive coordinator. Over the last two years, the work we have done has translated into some ing May, We have been around .500, which was progress from where we were. But no program can remain the a lot of the talk was progress isnt always measured in tangible terms or achievements. With what we have done over the last couple of years, the prevalent focus is now strongly on tangible results if we are going to continue to grow and have greater success. We achieved the non-tangible success. It is time for us to measure where this program is by determining if we are having greater success tanpionship and playoff-caliber team and do it consistently. In order to get there, there was a decision made by several of us to reorganize the coaching staff. If we are to step up the growth of the program, it had to be done. during spring practice and it played practice game against Lake Minneola. its current coaching staff and for a fall Since we have changed directions, this year is going to be a year of that with its current coaching staff, so ural for anything in life when changes are made. However, we have gelled together well. Unfortunately, we had limited time. So there was a lot of pressure to do the things teams need to do to get ready for the season. For any preseason game, the goal is to win and for the offense and the defense to put into practice what the coaches have been teaching, but for the Mustangs it is obviously even team continues to use the 4-3 multiple defense. And at the top of what must be retained if Wekiva is to win consistently is running a new offense the right way, which begins with an absence of assignment busts. Defensively, it begins with solid tackling and tackling a certain way to make it happen. When what is being taught is retained by the players, the teams execution is good. Within the concept of retaining what has been taught is also a change among the running backs and quarter back on offense as well as linebackers on defense. Reggie Brown, Richard Scott and Ryan Watson will be the featured running backs, taking the reigns from Omari Albert, who rushed for more than 1,000 yards last season. Albert graduated in May. Weighing over 225 pounds apiece, former offensive line men Watson and Scott carry on the pound-the-ground style of running back established by Albert. Combined, the two running backs gained more than 150 yards during Wekivas spring game victory over Lake Minneola. As the game wore on, the gains become longer as the Lake Minneola defense steadily wore down. But, as impressive as the duos debut was, the coaches still saw a need to move Brown from the secondary to give the running game a component of speed and agility, as well as a back will line up together. Filling the graduations in the line backer unit position starts with Ernie Davis and Cameron Rutz. Davis is switching from the defensive line. Rutz was on the varsity team last year, but saw only a handful of them play together in a non-spring game. We expect them to make mistakes, but right now they have done well in establishing what we have taught them and becoming the core of our intense and an actual game situation. It is a matter of getting the reps, more experience. Under center, the team will start sophomore Bart Bell. While a sophomore starting at quarterback is considered young, the coaches are pleased with Bells progression and said the same about him as the other noted players. In particular, while the coachtime starter, they have been impressed with his leadership. Again, it is a matter of expe rience and he is getting closer every day as he takes more and more reps, ularly pleased with him taking control of what should be his huddle. He understands the quarterback is in charge and the leadership starts with him. He is responsible for making sure the right play is called, getting the players lined up quickly and correctly. baseball team will be held Monday, August 27, and Wednesday, August 29, from Recreation Complex, Field E, 3710 Jason graders who are zoned for Apopka High School. letes for the high school baseball experi ence, as they will play teams from other Central Florida communities, head coach George Feltner said. For more information about the team and/or the baseball league, call Feltner at aol.com. Division will be holding registration for fall soccer leagues. Youth soccer is offered for boys and girls ages 4-14. Youth must be 4 years of age by August 1, 2012 and may not turn 15 prior to August 1, 2011. grams are $110 for city residents per season and $150 for non-city residents per season ents of new players will be reance for Youth Sports Seminar. ganization. Registration will take place at Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley tration for new players will be cates are required at registra ing the spring 2012 season may register through today, Friday, August 24. Registration for returners or new players can also be done online at www.apopka. net from August 20-31. program had more than 700 players last season. For more information, call 407-703On the heels of a successful postseason for its regular spring play, the Apopka Lit tle League will begin its fall season soon. Registration for players will continue on Saturday, August 25, at the Northwest Recreation Complex, located on Jason Dwellbegin at 9 a.m. and end at noon. cate are required to sign up. Little League is divided is also played. Last month, baseball teams and two for for each softball player. last week of August. be determined, but the season will start in September. Majors advanced to their respective Florida Little League District 23 championship 10-11 year old teams won the district championship and advanced to the Florida Little League Section 5 champion earned second place. For more information, call Lajean Huntley at 407apopkalittleleague.org or call 1550. By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff In the routine of everyday life, many may not realize an equestrian park with a public campground, is right around the corner at 3535 Damon Road in Apopka. On weekdays, the park is a peaceful refuge a hidden trea sure with the staff busily main taining the grounds and few others around. bike/equestrian/hiking spur that links the park with the Sunday afternoon are very quiet, said Bobby Hogue, park supervisor. After that, it is very busy. You have trucks with horses coming in and there is no 10 oclock quilong Saturday night getting ready for the shows. Hogue said the park has approximately 34 horse shows each year. A two-story-to-three-story observation tower gives judggrounds, and an eat-in concession stand is in operation dur ing all equestrian events. rings, two of which are covered with two-and-a-half-inch es of recycled rubber tires, with a lime-rock sub-base, the other lizer clay. Equestrians may enjoy approximately 260 10-ft.-by-10ft. horse stalls, which are upty obtains sawdust from a wood mill for bedding for the animals. Each stall is cleaned between shows. A negative coggins blood test, to verify the horse does not have equine infectious encephalitis, is required for each horse that enters the facility. get cracked and chewed at the bottom and the horses kick the even, so we replace them each summer, Hogue said. Over the past six weeks, we have stripped and re-clayed 150 horse stalls, removed the rubber in arena one and also number four to cultivate the subbase, then laser leveled it, then re-added the rubber as needed. We also have replaced wornout tin roofs on barns A, B, C, still in the process of replacing many broken or damaged stall boards throughout all the 13 barns. campsites with full camp said. As with other county parks, there is a two-week stay limit. Several pavilions offer quiet places to picnic, although equestrians have priority over certain locations during shows. per night for Orange Counpercent discount for seniors over age 55. For more information, call and recreation at www.orange Darters: Colts have won 12 straight district titles under Craig DamonMustangs: South Lake Eagles have a new head coach in Mark WoolumApopka: Darters looking for 5th bowler Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1BFall ball sign-up ongoing for Apopka Little League Continued from page 4BClarcona Horse Park remains hidden to manyTryouts set for Apopka 8th grade baseball teamRegistration dates set for city youth soccer league Bobby Hogue is the park supervisor at Clarcona Horse Park south of Apopka.

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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 11B For both Apopka and Wekiva, the Kickoff Classic should provide a good test. Citra North Marion, while the Mustangs will welcome Groveland South Lake. And, for all four teams in volved in those games, the out come wont be marked on the overall record, but it is some thing for the players and a bit of momentum going into the regular season. In some preseason games, the coaches agree to play ju nior varsity kids for a quarter, but that wont happen in either game locally, as the teams are treating it just like a regularseason game in terms of com petitiveness. For both Apopka and Wekiva, that is important as they seek to set their identities on both sides of the ball. Apopka has, for the most part, ditched the single wing and will now be running out of the spread, I-formation, and the Blue Darters will throw the ball more this year than true test of that theory will come when Apopka lines up lips and Lake Brantley to open the regular season. Speaking of those two teams, the Blue Darters will be facing stateranked squads when they play Lake Brantley is slotted at No. 6. Olympia, the third team on Apopkas schedule, received votes in the poll, as did the Darters. Frankly, I dont put a lot of stock into rankings for high school teams, but they at least give an idea of a teams Lake Brantley have plenty of strength, without a doubt. While Apopkas play call er wont change head coach Rick Darlington will always be his own offensive coordinator the plays he calls will, but it will be interesting to see how often the ball is in the air be cause it is his nature to run the ball. On the other side of the ball, Apopka wont be running anything different schemewise, but the man driving the defensive train is different. Jeff Rolson is back as the defensive coordinator for Apopka after a 10-year absence. He was with Darlington from 1999 to 2002 and was the defensive coordinator when the Blue Darters won the 2001 state championship. Apopkas defense will improve with his direction, but there is still plenty of room for the Darters to grow because they are very young up front and in the de Wekiva is in much the same position, but on opposite who served as Apopkas defensive coordinator after Rolson left Apopka, is still serving as his own defensive coordinator at Wekiva, but now has a new offensive coordinator to run things on that side of the line. Charles Nassar, a former head coach at Leesburg, spent one year at Evans as offensive vinced him to bring his twoback option package to Wekiva. Funny thing is, Nassar has also installed the single wing and will run that at times this season. It will be odd to see Apopka not running that of fense, but Wekiva utilizing it from time to time. In addition, sophomore quarterback Bart Bell will head up the Wekiva offense for just the second time. He ran the offense in the spring game against Lake Minneola, but South Lake may not be a de fensive juggernaut, but the Ea gles will give Bell a lot more to worry about than did Lake Minneola. the season against Horizon World of Sports. For both Apopka and Wekiva, the preseason games will be good tests before the tougher regular-season schedules begin. Season-ending injury For Apopka High grad Lo Wood, the 2012 season, his ju nior year at Notre Dame, end ed before it started, as he suf fered an Achilles heel injury earlier this week. After sur gery, hell miss the entire sea son. Hell get a redshirt this year and will still have two more seasons to play for the Irish. But, that future might as well be a million years away. From all reports, Wood had worked very hard since last season ended to get himself into better shape, both physi cally and mentally to play cor nerback for Notre Dame. Its got to be terribly dis appointing to work so hard, then have it all taken away from you in an instant. Hope fully, he will be able to return fully, but it will take tons of physical therapy and lots of hard work to get there. Back on the dial For the second time in school history, Apopka High football will be on the radio. All the Blue Darters games, including the preseason Kickoff Classic today, Friday, August 24, will be broadcast on WBZW-1520AM. Apopkas games were on the radio was in 2001 when, coincidentally, the Blue Darters brought back home to Apopka the only state championship in football in school history. the broadcasting of both years is Roger Franklin Williams. did the play-by-play commen tary in 2001. Hell be back in the booth this year, but will be the color analyst, as Gary Alan will be the play-by-play an nouncer for all Apopka home games, and Steve Schwarze will handle that responsibil ity on the road. Schwarze is the public address announcer for Apopkas home games. Ill make an appearance at half time for most of the games, half. In addition to the game being on 1520AM, it will also be streamed live at the stations website, www.1520thebiz.com. the northern coast of France. After retiring from the mil sor for a garbage company. Webers bowling story is the more traditional content. Although there is also an ele ment of lightheartedness to the St. Louis natives story. I started bowling with the church I belonged to, Weber ing group, but there were sever al pretty women who belonged to it. I joined because I wanted to meet the pretty women. I thought it might be nice to do some bowling, but the women were what I was most interest ed in. However, I became pretty good at the sport and developed a liking for bowling, which has continued to this day. and Weber has been bowling ever since then, for 70 years. He has thrown several dozen 250-plus games, including his high of 257 pins. used the same ball for the past 50 years. Another military veteran, Weber served in the Air Force bowling for most of his life and growing up in Harley, Wisconsin, his story began with a social element to it, too. I began bowling as a way to spend time with my budsaid. It was during the Depression, so there werent a lot of activities we could do. Bowling was affordable. We couldnt afford to go all the time, but we could bowl more than most of the other activities. We were just looking to have some fun, like kids do and we did. But I was also pretty good and when I got older, became an adult, I decided to join some leagues and see if there was something there as far as doing more than just bowling for fun. I contin ued to enjoy it and always have, but I also realized I had some skill. average is 190. But he can also claim several Senior Olympics medals among his accomplish ments. As both a single and doubles bowlers, he has bowled in multiple Senior Olympics. A mechanical engineer by elors degree from the University of Michigan. He spent the majority of his career working for Chevron in New Jersey. Most importantly, the three bowlers talked about how much they enjoyed competing and spending time with their bowlers also used the term it is a pleasure to be able to still be successful and receive encouragement from the younger bowlers. And the lighter side of their personalities continue through the sport. During one league match, and 266. He was told by one of the other competitors his mother had called him at the bowling alley because of a family emergency. His response was thats impossible because shes bowling a perfect game over on lane one. PEP: These preseason games are very importantBowlers: They have high averages Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1B 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-27778 WEEK SPECIALPay 6 Weeks...get 2 weeks FREE! 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r ff ntbbb tb f r f r f r b f f r b f b r r r rf rnrtbrf r ttt f r f rn r f trf f frt nrrtr t t r r f brrnt r rf f tn rfrbrf rtr t f tr br tr trf t fr rrtr br t f n r fbtbr r tf r f brrnt rt f f rbf r fr t r tnrbfrnf rf b n r f fr tr f trf t t r r f brrnt r rf f tn rfrbrf rtr t f tr br tr trf t f fn rrtr br t f n r f bt br nr r rt rf rn t f r f rr nrtnrn t r t f rt t n rfrf bf ttf ntrf rrf rr n t rfntbn tnn f f ff f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r b ntbn rf f bf r f ntbntnn n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f b rbfb rf r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r fbf nf r n ntbn r r r nrf rn nn nn bf b n r n bf rb tbfr f nb tb r r r tn t r r f b n b nr r r n b tb b f nf rbbf rf bf bf f n n n r b rf n rf n nf r n r n b ff r rb bbf b r r r rbrn bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn n fnrbfb rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r bnrb bnntbn btt r f ntb r bbb rf r n tb t t b t b b f f b b f f f b f nt b b btf b f f f b f tf b tb b btf b f b f f f b f nt b b b tf t b f f f fb f b ftb b f b bn f tbf nf bffnf b r f f fb f b nbf t f b f b bf f f ftff fbf nf ffnt nt b ntbf n rffbb f t t t r f ntb r f fbbf f n f f f ff n rfrn t bn r n t btf trf f bb nf n t t f r trf t r f r n n tf trn btf fn n n f nn t f tf tnn tfnff tf tt tn t f ttn f f tf tf n bnrnt f f nf f f f r f b b b b b b b b b b b b b f nf ftf rtrf tr r tnf rf btfft tf ntfn f tntnf ftnr tnf r btf rt fb b r f ntb n nn n n nn rr nn n nn t t nt t t t nt t tt tt t t rfntb rfntb tb bb b b bb b r b r bb b b b b b b b bb b b b b bbr tf f b b br b b t t t t t t tt t t t t t t t r b b b b b b bb n b b b bb rbbb b bb b b b br b b b bbb tft b tt f rbb r fntb f rn ntn nnfnr nnfnf nnnnfnn ntfnfn f tt fn ntn rr f n rt b f f f r f rr r tt t n t n t nt t t fn f fn t tf n t n ff n nfttb tnn f n t nf t n t n t n t nt t t fnfnn tn ft n n n t t n ft t tf f nt n f ttfntn nt t fn t tf t f fn t nn t n t t n f t ft n n t t n t f t n n f nnn f nt n nn tt fn t n nn nf f t nn ft f tn n f nnntffn t nn t f t f t n nn t t n t n t n tnf t n tn t n ft nntn n t nn tn nn t f fn t nn nn tn t f fn t nn nn nf t f fn t nn t n t n t n t n t f nn nn tt fn t n nt t fn t tf nn tn nfn t f fn t nn t n t n t f t t n n n t n ft n ntn t ft t tf f t nn t t n tnf t n t n t n t nt t t fn f nn tn t f fn t nn t nttn f b r frn r f r n f f r r b n tb r f r f f r f f b r ttn r f f rrrb f r t ftr rf rb r brfff f nnn r f ntb t r rr n nn n rf n r tbfr f n tn n r rf f nf bf r n bf b b n n bbr b b bf rf n rf nf tn br bf r rbfb rf frf b n b rf b n r r b bf rrr nfb r bffbf r r r nrf rn nn nf r n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfr f r bnt b r tb rr b r tb ttnb r n b r tb tnt rrn fr r r r f n f r f f f f n brr f nb bn brn rrbff tnbrr r r nn nnr f rnfbt nf t n fnrbfb n t n t b tbt n n bnrb t b rfnttbb ntb b r b b r rr r f b tt r b r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr r b t r b b r tt r b b r r r r n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r f tt n frf fftft n bfr r r r frr b rr rr bb rbbf tnt tn r fntb fr f r ff ffff rf ffff rf ffff fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f fffr f ff r f rr fr nt br n tr rr r r r r 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tbn t ttt t tbn t tt t b t t t b tnb nn tb b t tt t bt tb n b t ttt tt b b b b bt t t b t tt nt t n b f f f f f r f nn bt tb b t ttt bt tb n b t ttt tt nt t n bf f f f f f f r f f f r f f f t t b n b b bt fb tbnt ttt tnntb rr b tbtbn t ttt nbb n t r tf tnf tfbtn fr b tftfb tntbt ntbt n r f ntb nb tb tbt b r b tb tn t b f rf n t f b b b b b f t n t ft t rf t tb b b b nb t t tt t n b b t tt tt ttb btn b b b tn n nt b tn t t t t b t b n b t f b tt tnt btnb ttn f b n tt t t b t b n b t b t b b t tnn f b t bt b t tnn b tt b bt b t tn n n t t b t tnn b tb t t n b t r t b tn b bt t t tn t b nbn t b btn b b t b b tn nbn nnn b n b tn tb r rrr bb rrr brt tr n r r fn tb f n tb r r r bbbb f brr fr b b br b br bf bb b bb b b b b br b b b b b b b ff r r f ntb n b n b b r rfntfb f bbbnbb t n b n nt fff b r fntbt ttttt f fffr f f f f f r ff ffff fff nttnff fff nttn rrff fr ff rff rrf r rf ff ffff f r f r f fn tbbf b n f n fr f f nn nn nr n fn f f nf f nn f fnn fn ff f fb f f bt bb f r f n fn f f 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rfnnttbt t r r r r r rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n bf fb n n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t nt n ffr ftf fb rfnnttbbt r r r r r b tf rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt bt n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tb nt b n b bffr fbtf fb rfnnttbtt r r r r t rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tnnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t bnt n ffr ftf f rfnnttbtb t r r r r ttf ttt r r t r r bff rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnrnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t bnt n ffr ftf fbb rfnnttb r r r r b rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r ft bt nt n ffr fbtf f r fntbt bbb f f ff r r r r rr n r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr br r f f r r r f f br ttr f f br r f r r f f b b r bff r br rt r b b r r r r n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r f n frf nn fnft n bfr rbbf trtbt b rfnnttbb r r r r r r f r ft rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t bnt n ffr ftf fbb rfnnttbtb r r r r r r r tt r r ft rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t nt n ffr ftf f rfnnttbb t r r r r r r fb r r bf r r tb r b r r b rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n f f n n b b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnrn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t bnt n ffr ftf fb rfnnttbf r r r r r n b rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n f f n n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tb nt b n b bffr fbtf fbf rfnnttb r r r r r ff r r bt rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t bnt n ffr ftf f rfntbb nnb r t t t t b b r fr rr r b r r tt b r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr t rr r t r t t b r n r t t r b b r trr r b b r r r r n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r ftt n frf n fnft n bfr r r r frr b rr rr bb rbbf tnt t rfnnttbbb r r r r t b bf rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnnrrr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttbb r r r r btb rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r ft bt nt n ffr fbtf fb r f ntbb b r rr nnn f r r rr rfntbt rfntbt trf rfnnbn nn rfntbt nn rfntbt nn trf rfnnbn rfntbt b rfntbt rf f r f n n r r n rn r n r f r tt t t t ntn t t n r rf rf f b tt ffr f r f t r r r rf ntb bnt ff bb tnnb bbb r fntb b r fr rf r f f fff f f ffff f ffff f r r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f ff ff r f rr fr nt br n tr br rt n tr ft rr r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r f ff f r f r nr r fr f r f n rt t t t t t r nt f t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt rr f tr nt f fr fr n t n t f f f f r r f r f fff f r ffr fr nb r f r r r n t br f f f r f f f ff f r rt bnrbb rfnntb f n r n r fr f ntb n n r f f r r f r fr r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rbt n n n tt n n ftt r t f n n r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff b r bt t nt n f t t

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rfntt bbnn rrr r r r f n t btn b r n tr t tn t t f t r t r f b n rn t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t rr t t b t bbn n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt nnbn n r fntbt bb nb f f fr r frrr f f n f rf nt br rf nt br f t br f r r r r nbb r f tr tbtr f n r f f n r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r bnn trtbt r fntbt bbb n f f fr r ffr r f f n ff rf frfnftfb f rf frfnftfb f bb n bb n n n r f r r r r nbb r f tr tbtr t bb r r bb nfrn nrf btn tb n b nbb r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r nf nfn trtbt b r fntbt bb n f f fr r frr f f n f rfr nt nnbn f fr fr ffr t b tr f r r r r nbb r f tr tbtr f fr fr nbffrfr nt ff ff br f r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r nrrfrrf n trtbt r fntbt bb n f f fr r rr f f n ff f r fntrb br b n tn b n b btr t b rt fbb b n n b rb n nrb b n r rt r rn bn nrb b n n t fn fn tr b tr b tnrt t r f r r r r r tr t rb t n n rt trn b r n nbb b r f tr tbtr bb r nrbnn rn t b fntb rb rb bn t b tnft n tr rb n rb fn fn bn rt r t fbbt t r r b rt rn tr n fr b ffr b t t t rn nrt nrb b t nrb r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r tffr trtbt rfnttbb f r fr f ntb r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rnn t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nnbn rfntt bbnn rrr rt r r f n t btn b n t t tn t t f t r t r f b n r bb t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t rr t t b t bbn n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bbb rt r r f n t btn b r n n t t tn r t t f t r t r f b n rnb t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t rr t t b t b n n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt nnbn n rfntt bbn r t r r rr rr rff rntb frbb b tn t tn n n rrbt rt r r rff rntb rb n frbb t r r nbt tbtf n btn t b t n ntn bnb trt r rtb t n f r nt rfrb fb t f fb nb n nt b nrt fnbr rnnn t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t r f rrbt r rn n bn t n r n nbtt b r t bt nn n frbtb rttn rn b tn tn f bt t rf r fnbr btb tbnt r rtn t nt fbrtbtbtbr f t nbbrf bt t fn tbntbtnn n b frbtb rttn n bbrtf tn rtn tn b r rft bff tn rrbt n t n fb rbtfrbt rr r r rf tb nt t r brrn n rn n tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr t t t n r b b t nb t t fbrb nnbn rfntt bb r f n t btn b n n n n r t t tn t t f t r t r f b n rnn t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t rr t t b t b n n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt nnbn n rfnttbn b f r r f nfr n tb tr f f fr f f t f b b f b n r rn t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f rr f b f n n r rt r tn t n r n r b b tnb t f nnbn b rfntt bbnn rrr r r f n t btn b r n t t tn t t f t r t r f b n rb t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t rr t t b t b n n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt nnbn rfnttbb n f r r fr f ntb n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f r t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nnbn n rfntt bb rr r f n t btn b n tr t tn t t f t r t r f b n rn t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t rr t t b t b n n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt nnbn b rfntt bbn r f n t btn b r n n t t tn r t t r f t r t r f b n rb t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t rr t t b t b n n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt nnbn rfnttbbn r f r r rt r fr f ntb n n r f f r r f r fr r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rb t t t bb n t t nfbb r nb f t t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nnbn

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This week Section A Section B Section COpinion . ..............4A-5A Lifestyle . ..................6A W orship . ..................8A Bus. Rev . .......12A,13A Sports . .....................1B Kapers . ....................8B Dining & Ent . ...........9B .......1 1B-14B Service Dir. . ....12B,13B . ........1C-12C Lifestyle Bless AmericaSportsFlorida Hospital Apopka has welcomed a new doctor to town. See page 6A. Three local bowlers older than 90 years of age keep rolling along in their league. See page 1B. The Apopka ChiefVolume 90 Number 34Covering the community in the 21st centuryFriday, August 24, 2012 / 50 cents The Apopka Chief By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff The airport feasibility study, submitted to the Florida Department of Transportation by the West Orange Airport Authority and the city of Apopka, has been tabled again. A spokeswoman from FDOT said the submitted study did not establish a demand for a public airport, and the FAA and FDOT are unprepared to carry the heavier end of the costs of developing the airport, which were indicated by the study. Jef f Welch, who is the airport boards liaison to the city of Apopka, said at the monthly meeting of the West Orange Airport Authority, at the Ocoee City Hall, on Wednesday that he had spoken to Richard Anderson, chief administrative feasibility study that was submitted to the Florida Department of Transportation. Richard Anderson said he has received comments back from FDOT and that it was nothing that couldnt be worked through, Welch said. W e did submit comments back to the city of Apopka and the WOAA regarding our review of the revised feasibility study, said April Heller, public inThe comments were similar to previous comments sent. Based on the study, a demand for a facility had not been established, and the capital improvement program (CIP) still showed a large percentage of the development costs provided by the FAA and the state. Although the demand is critical in establishing feasibility, the CIP needed to show a larger portion of the devel V oting for the 2012 Best of Apopka Readers Choice Awards will begin next week. All voting is done through The Apopka Chief and The Planter, as well as through the newspapers website, www. theapopkachief.com. It will be the third annual Best of Apopka Readers Choice Awards contest. During the nomination phase, readers will be able to write in their favorite businesses on the ballots that will be printed in each newspaper beginning Thursday, August 30, for The Planter and Friday, August 31, for The Apopka Chief. Online voting can be done on the website starting Monday, August 27. The 2012 Best of Apopka Readers Choice Awards is a fun way for our readers to name their favorite local businesses which is taken very seriously by the winners and the award provided by us which can help drive more business and validate a companys success, customer service and marketing efforts for a year and years to come, said Jackie Trefcer, marketing director for the newspapers. W e have made every effort to further legitimize the voting process to ensure were providing an equal opportuni Tyrone Mosby, 19, is being held without bond in the Orange County jail after being charged Wednesday, August 22, with the July 29 shooting of Danielle Sampson, a 15-yearold Apopka High School student. Mosby was charged with degree murder when Sampson was shot as she and her family rode in their car on North Lane in the Pine Hills area of Orlando. Her father was attempting to leave the area in the familys minivan because he heard multiple gunshots coming from two vehicles traveling on North Lane. Danielle is still in critical By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff The Wekiva Wilderness Trust, the support organization for the Wekiwa Springs State Park, plans to build a new, more user-friendly nature center in the upcoming months that will offer more than twice the space for interpretive programs and would place nature exhibits behind Plexiglas, which would enable the center to be open daily, not just when there is a volunteer on duty. The parks master plan has provision for a new pavillion closer to the main recreation area of the park, and we are hoping that this will house the new and enlarged nature center, said Don Philpott, Wekiva Wilderness Trust president. Final permission has still to come from Tallahassee. The aim is to have a 30-foot-by-20foot structure an enclosed 30-foot-by-10-foot area, which would house the nature center and environmental exhibits and a 30-by-10-foot external covered area, which could be used as an outdoor classroom and venue for our interpretive programs. The external wall under the roof could also be used for additional display panels. Overall, this would allow us to more than double the exhibit space and have more live animals on display. The Trust would be responsible for running and maintaining the pavil An Apopka woman was charged with two felonies in the hit-and-run death of a bicyclist on Saturday, August 18, about 9 p.m. Apopka police arrested Litasha Lavett Stokes, 39, 2752 Sheila Dr., Apopka, charging her with leaving the scene of a crash involving death and tampering with or destroying evidence. Police said Stokes was sport utility vehicle northbound on Park Avenue near Albatross Street when she ran over the bicyclist who had been knocked off his bicycle by another car, a Toyota Yaris, which stopped following the crash. Donald E. Marion, 49, was the victim. He died at the scene. Police said Stokes stopped scene of the crash. Two pieces of the undercarriage of the car that ran over Marion with a Nissan logo and parts numbers remained at the scene of the wreck. From that, police were able to determine the type of car that hit the man and were able to narrow it down to Stokes vehicle. She was booked into the Orange County Jail on Thursday, August 23.About 16,000 students in Apopka and Northwest Orange County were among those returning to public schools on Monday, August 20. In the photograph at the top, Apopka High School students walk in the courtyard on their way to the cafeteria to pick up their schedules, while in the picture above, parents and students going to Lakeville Elementary School utilize a crosswalk as a crossing guard stops trafc on Lakeville Road. State says study doesnt show demand for airport; city will respond to state AndersonBest of Apopka contest to begin See BEST Page 3A See STUDY Page 2A Teen arrested in shooting of AHS studentTyrone Mosby . charged in shooting See ARREST Page 3AWoman charged with leaving deadly crashLitasha Lavett Stokes, 39, is led from a squad car to the police station by Samuel Anderson, APD trafc homicide investigator.Earlier this week, the Apopka area and Central Florida received several inches of rain as disturbances rolled off the Gulf of Mexico. Here, a car goes through standing water on Martin Street in front of Apopka High School on Tuesday, August 21. Central Florida may receive more rain early next week, depending upon the track of Tropical Storm Isaac. Wekiwa state park may get improvements See PARK Page 2A

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The Apopka ChiefAugust 24, 2012, Page 1B See the stories at the top of the page about the preseason football games that both Apopka and Wekiva high schools will host today, Friday, August 24. The Blue Darters will play the North Marion Colts from Citra, north of Ocala, while the Mustangs will face the South Lake Eagles from Groveland. Both local teams begin their regular seasons on Friday, August 31. Q. What are the nicknames for the two teams Wekiva and Apopka will be facing in the preseason Kickoff Classic football games? A. The Mustangs will host the South Lake Eagles. Located in Groveland, South Lake and Wekiva have met previously, including two years when they were in the same district. Apopka will play the North Marion Colts, located in horse country north of Ocala.SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Depending upon the season and the teams involved, preseason football games for high school are played so that junior varsity players see a quarter of action. Other times, the game is played as if it were a regular-season contest with both teams looking for a victory. For the Apopka Blue Darters and North Marion Colts, the latter holds true as they will play their varsity squads for the full four quarters today, Friday, August 24, in the preseason Kickoff Classic at Apopkas Roger Williams Field. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $6 at the gate. The Colts are from Citra, north of Ocala. Even though the game doesnt count in terms of the teams record, Apopka head coach Rick Darlington said the game matters for his teams outlook on the rest of the season after the 6-5 season in 2011 that ended in a surprising 20-0 round of the playoffs. (the preseason game). We lost too many games last year, he said. We want to get back to the place where losing is an anomaly. We want it to matter. and win. And, Darlington wont hold anything back in terms of the offensive formations and plays he calls. Im not trying to hide anything on offense. Last year (in the preseason game), we ran only single wing. I wanted to hide things from DP (seasonopening opponent Dr. Phillips). But, were not going to run a bunch of trick plays (against North Marion). This year, Apopka has, for the most part, abandoned the run-oriented single wing in favor of three offensive forma(double wing), and the I-formation. But, Darlington wont necessarily call the plays one might By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Apopka High football fans will, no doubt, hope that the second season of Blue Darter football on the radio will end like All of Apopka High School varsity football games this season will be broadcast live on WBZW-AM, 1520, including the Apopka-North Marion preseason Kickoff Classic today, Friday, August 24. Pre-game broadcasts will begin at 7:15 p.m. with kickoff for each game scheduled for 7:30 p.m. In 2001, the Apopka High football games were broadcast on radio and that is the year the Blue Darters claimed the only state football championship in school history, as Apopka defeated Miami Northwestern, 34-16. munications have always been proud to be a part of, said Bill Files, Salem Communications general manager. am has a lot of heritage and history in Apopka, and we decided it was months, well be adding some great local, community-oriented programming to the line-up. This includes broadcasting AHS cited to have Roger Franklin Williams and Gary Alan on board to do the football broadcasts. We hope local leaders, business people and residents will join us in building a radio station that will truly serve the needs of the Apopka community. Gary Alan will serve as the play-by-play announcer for the home game broadcasts, while AHS public address announcer Steve Schwarze will do the play-by-play for the away games. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff For a team that doesnt have any geographical connection to Wekiva High School, South Lake keeps popping up on the football schedule. The Mustangs will host the Eagles from Groveland today, Friday, August 24, in the preseason Kickoff Classic. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $6 at the gate. Although the preseason game does not count toward their records, it is still the fourth time in as many years the two teams have met, and it can kickstart both teams seasons or create the obstacle of overcoming a loss. For two years, South Lake was in the same district as Wekiva and Apopka. When the Florida High School Athletic Association restructured its classes during the summer of 2011, South Lake was moved into Class 7A-District 4. Evans and East Ridge earned the two FHSAA postseason tournament regional round berths from that district last year. In addition and probably more importantly, the program is going through another important change, as Mark as the head coach of South Lake. However, the Eagle faithful should be familiar He was an assistant coach season with the preseason Kickoff Classic games being played around the state this weekend. But, it s also time for the other fall sports to begin their seasons. Girls volleyball is the most visible fall sport other than football, but there is also boys and girls bowling, boys and girls golf, boys and girls cross country and boys and girls swimming. W ell cover as much as we can of those sports and if you are involved as a coach, parent, or athlete at either Wekiva High or Apopka High, please keep us up-to-date about the team. You can email us at news@theapopkachief. com with contest information or anything else we might need to know about the team. We can get to only so many games and contests, so any help you can give us will help us get your team more coverage. Its only preseason For the players, coaches, and fans, the good thing about the Kickof f Classic contests is that your teams record is 0-0 after the game, no matter the outcome. But, that doesn t mean its not important to come out on top. For both teams, the preseason game can be a good indicator of how a team will play during the regular season. Yes, there should be improvement from that game on, but it will still give coaches an idea of how their team will perform unless the team is vastly superior or undermanned against its opponent. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staf f Like any competitive athletic league, the Wekiva No Tap Bowling League of Apopka meets on a regular basis every week throughout the year. Its bowlers take turns on the lanes, throwing strikes, spares and knocking over pins as they score for their teams, competing to win the league. But when Otis Pace, Myron Weber and Walter Proseck take their turn on the lane, their team isnt like any other competitive league and is obviously different. These three men are bowling competitively and playing drive to win as athletes in their 90s. Or, as their teammates like to say, they are doing it at the age of 90-plus years young. A native of Saluda, North Carolina, Paces bowling story was the stuff of the lighter side. I started bowling because my wife asked me to join the league she was competing in, Pace said. That was about 10 years ago and ironically, I Who knew I could do what Im doing now. It looks like I had some natural talent, but it took myself as a bowler. In only 10 years, Pace has thrown two three-game series of more than 500 pins and a perfect game, as well. He also has an average which opens eyes, 150. But the biggest eye-opener of Paces life is outside of sports and bowling. He served in the Navy and was one of the sailors who was a part of Operation Overland/D-Day, the largest full-military landing in history which began the Allies invasion of Europe and eventually brought World War II to an end with Germanys surrender after it was occupied. He landed on Omaha Beach, one of several which make up the area known as Normandy on Who: South Lake Eagles (0-0 overall; 0-0 Dist. 7A-4) at Wekiva Mustangs (0-0 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, August 24, 7:30 p.m. Where: Wekiva High Schools Mustang Field Why: Preseason Kickoff Classic Cost: $6 at the gate Who: North Marion Colts (0-0 overall; 0-0 Dist. 5A-5) at Apopka Blue Darters (0-0 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, August 24, 7:30 p.m. Where: Apopka High Schools Roger Williams Field Why: Preseason Kickoff Classic Cost: $6 at the gate Radio: WBZW-1520AM Sophomore quarterback Bart Bell runs the option offense with senior running back Reggie Brown in preparation for the preseason game against South Lake High. Running back Jevric Blocker keeps his eyes up eld during practice Friday, August 17. Keeping active by bowling despite being in their 90s are, (l-r), Myron Weber, Otis Pace, and Walter Proseck.Mustangs host South Lake in preseason football gameNorth Marion visits Apopka for Kickoff Classic contest See DARTERS Page 10B See BOWLERS Page 11B See MUSTANGS Page 10B Bowlers who are 90-plus keep rolling alongApopka High football will be on local radio Its not just football cranking up the high-school sports seasons See PEP Page 11B See RADIO Page 9B

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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 3B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff a medical term and condition the Vergos family of Apopka came to know more about than any should. But that knowledge has also been the catalyst for the family understanding and embracing all that can change in a persons life due to bowling, including possibly ascending to Pro Bowlers Association membership. After collapsing due to hydrocephalus, Pete Vergos discovered the sport of bowling and, as they say, the rest is history. Vergos, now 14, is not only the top bowler who competes at the Brunswick Wekiva Lanes, but he is the best in the Orlando area and the Greater Orlando youth league. I love to hear and see the pins fall down, Vergos said. The behind-thescenes part of the game is very interesting to me. The oil pattern, the different characthe balls, the feel of the lanes, all of it plays a role in bowling. There is a lot more to it than just throwing the ball and not stepping over the line. I seem to be really good at determining how to make them work for me. I enjoy studying that part of the game. Usually, when one is good at those skills, he or she tends to have a passion for the game, too. They go hand in hand usually. If someone is good at them, they throw high scores. My life changed so much the day I collapsed. But then it changed again so much because of bowling. When I collapsed, I was worried about my parents. They were in the process of splitting up. That was the concern of my family, but suddenly I was in the hospital. My parents situation was bad for us, but my situation took precedence. It was scary for everyone. looking forward to playing the more traditional sports for many years. But on August 11, 2004, he collapsed suddenly. Fortunately, he arrived at the hospital before any damage to the part of his brain which controls the motor skills occurred. At the hospital, he was diagnosed with hydrocephalus. To relieve the swelling, a shunt was placed inside Vergos head which runs body when he goes to the restroom. At the age of nine, Vergos and his father, Demetros, were invited by friends who had passes for free bowling to the Brunswick Wekiva lanes in Apopka on Semoran Boulevard. Vergos fell in love with the sport instantly and he began bowling regularly. He soon joined the Wekiva Lanes youth league, which is a part of the United States Bowling Congress youth league. At the age of 14, his average is already 203 (converted). In his fathers words, Vergos had dreamed of playing football and basketball since he was an infant and the two watched sports on television. Understandably unable to play the sports, Vergos was devastated and disheartened after he was diagnosed with hydrocephalus. That is, until he began bowling. I am so glad my son has found a passion and something he loves to do, Demetrios Vergos, Petes father, said. But there is more to it than just it being about him or our family. Bowling is an opportunity for youth who cant play in the more traditional sports to be involved with a sport. The youth who have physical limitations arent helpless when it comes to participating in sports and they can become good at what they do. There is the option of bowling. It is like any other sport. It takes a desire and willingness to work at it to become good. If a bowler understands that, he or she can be good at it. Pete has natural talent to begin with. That is obvious, but he works really hard at developing his skills. He practices every day for at least a couple of hours. He studies the professionals every opportunity he has. As a parent, I am proud of him for doing that. And he has earned everything he has achieved. He has gotten so many rewards from his work ethic and commitment to getting better. That is true of anybody who bowls, whether they have a physical condition or not. The highlight of Pete Vergos still blossoming career came on May 26 at the AMF Deltona Lanes in Deltona when he threw a perfect game during the USBCs youth state championships. It was the seventh perfect game he has thrown, but the ing practice. However, the perfect game home lanes are Wekiva Lanes. If Pete continues to develop the way he has been, he will be good enough to turn professional by the time he graduates high school, said Bud Endicott, USBC coach and youth director at Wekiva Lanes. It is such a pleasure to watch him bowl and coach him, because he is so fundamentally sound. So he is very coachable in the sense it hasnt taken him long to develop his skills and talent to the point it now is. But, it wasnt always like that. When he started, he couldnt keep the ball inside the lane. Breaking 70 was an accomplishment for him. However, also from the beginning, he loved the sport and that drove him to want to get good and the work he put in ter day and did the same drills over and correctly. He became so good quickly because he practiced on his weaknesses over and over. He has become so fundamentally sound. He stands correctly at the foul lane. He follows through. He moves the ball the right way when he throws. But there was a period when he had to work on the fundamentals. He was just unwilling to stop until he got them down. Endicotts credentials when assessing talent is as good as it gets. He was named the USBCs coach of the year last year and has been coaching for more than 40 years. of the tournament for Vergos, who earned third place. He scored a total of 790 pins (263.33 average per game), which was one less than second place and three away from sions). The USBCs youth league groups 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. Please send The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-886-2777. In the period from August 13-19, the Apopka Police Department received 931 calls for assistance, responded to 14 tions and made 26 arrests. Of these arrests, none were juvenile arrests. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Steven Jose Zabala, 24, 1800 Alpine Dr., Apopka, trespassing-fail to leave. Kyle Jacks, 21, 120 Caldwell St., Apopka, batterycause bodily harm. Teyana S. Melbourne, 19, 784 Trey Ct., Apopka, larcenypetit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Kennetha S. Anderson, 20, 2746 Mission Run, Tallahassee, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Marsha Mayer, 44, 912 S. 15th St., Okeechobee, driving or drugs. Lorene Wall Young, 51, 3386 Ocoee-Apopka Rd., Apopka, possession and/or use of drug equipment, possession cocaine. Phillip Vernon Walker, 20, 1231 Honey Rd., Apopka, driving while license suspended 1st offense. Kaley Shatarra Bostick, 23, 222 Kanawha St., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Jerry D. McCranie, 26, 2499 Woodside Way, Atlanta, rivative more than 4 grams but less than 30 kilograms, possession of weapon or ammo. Mack Arthur Sparkman, 64, 808 Rolling Green Dr., Apopka, warrant-information report. Jacob McNeely, 18, 1180 Lane Park, Tavares, possession marijuana not more than 20 grams. Abraham Francisco, 29, 1233 Himalayan Ct., Apopka, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Steve Garnet Tanner, 27, 112 Errol Place Cir., Apopka, simple assault with intent to commit a felony. Richard Earl Duncan, 50, 3330 Lake Center Dr., Mt. Dora, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Natalie Lynn McDorman, 44, 275 E. Central Pkwy., Altamonte Springs, disorderly inUlices Rodriguez, 40, 3737 Ponkan Rd., Apopka, possession of controlled substance without prescription, possession and/or use of drug equipment. 1025 Timberline Rd., Apopka, possession of controlled substance without prescription, possession and or use of drug equipment. Nicholas Dean Nelson, 21, 581 Little River Loop, Altamonte Springs, driving undrugs. Sigfrido Figueroapena, 57, 117 Springwood Cr., Longwood, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, possession of controlled substance without prescription, possession and/or use of drug equipment. Regina Rena Smith, 26, 840 Bethune Dr., Orlando, larceny-2nd degree 1st offense. Larry J. Ward, 52, transient, warrant-Orange County pear. Monica Shepley, 34, 864 Don Wilson Ave., Apopka, battery-touch or strike. Jeffrey Sandy Freeman, 49, 424 W. 13th St., Apopka, kidnap-commit or facilitatesault more than 12 years of age-physical force. Michael Varillas, 31, 3937 Apopka-Vineland Rd., Apopka, operating vehicle without drivers license, resist detention. Rigo Berto Lopez, 20, 101 Apollo Rd., Apopka, driving while license suspended 1st offense. Anthony A. Crowl, 18, possession controlled substance without prescription, possession marijuana not more than 20 grams, possession and/ or use of drug equipment, resist lence, attempted escape.Police Beat Apopka youth bowler gets past physical issues to become top keglerPete Vergos shows off one the many trophies he has won as a top youth bowler. See YOUTH Page 9B Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 11A of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 3B of this newspaper. 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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 4B Hello Folks, W ell, I missed yall last week due to a computer crash. online again. good as of late. Folks are still catchin plenty of bluegills and shellcrackers. goin strong in most of the lakes in our area. Captain Joe reports that the folks in his area are catchin bluegills and shellcrackers in the Harris Chain. Most of the action has been around the pads in Dead River and on the south end of Little the bluegills in the residential canals. Most of the folks worms. Folks are still catchin some bluegills in the Apopka pads and the docks or anywhere Monroe and Lake Woodruff. Folks are catchin bluegills and shellcrackers by driftin the lakes. Crickets and red worms are workin the best. You can Monroe and the seawall on the river up at Crows Bluff area of the river, which is on State few mullet off the seawall. The St. Johns River has been real good for bass, especially around the feeder creeks and the runoffs up and down the river. Folks are gettin in those areas and catchin plenty of bass early in the mornin and late in the day. You will see the bass feedin in the movin water. You can catch em on topwater lures and Rat-L-Traps. Once the bite is over when the sun gets up, you will have to on a Carolina rig. You can also catch some nice bass on swimbaits and by slow rollin a spinnerbait in those areas, too. the St. Johns River and in the Wekiva River. Most folks are with nightcrawlers and stink baits. Some folks who love to mer are catchin a few specks in deeper water. Most of the specks are bein caught on jigs tipped with a minner in 12 ft. to 16 ft. of water. The local chains like the Conway Chain and the Butler Chain are producin some nice catches of bass. You need ly in the mornin with top-water and swim-baits. When the sun gets up, move to deeper wasome hydrilla or eel grass, you hangin around those areas. I like to use a slow fallen Senko W ell, I hope you get a T ip of the week: movin water. Save a few and good luck! By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staf f T wo years ago, the Wekiva High girls bowling team caught lightning in a bottle as its bid to earn a berth in the state championship meet didnt end until of the District 6 championship tournament. The team is hoping it can catch lightning in a bottle twice as it is in a similar situation this season. W e have the returning bowlers we can build around, coach Dave Kurtz said. Our newcomers have some talent. It is matter of developing it. If we can get a couple of the newcomers to develop fairly quickly, we might just be able to make a run at the district championship tournament. We will probably have some issues at the beginning of the season game and way, but we believe we have the ability to come on strong at the end of the season and into the postseason. Two bowlers return to a team which went 7-7 last season. Senior Emily Harris returns as the teams number one bowler. She is joined by sophomore Marissa Roberts. While the other four bowlers are joining the varsity team this year, the team will have ance as two seniors, two juniors, and two sophomores are on the roster. The other senior is Jessica Silvey. Erika Black and Caressa Bratton are juniors. The roster is rounded out by sophomore Alyssa Stewart. Like the Wekiva boys team, the theme of the usual teams will be major factor in District 6 and the Metro Conference. Once again, West Orange and Winter Park are the favorites. The Mustangs play West Orange on September 4, which is the opener. In a tri-meet which includes Circle Christian, Wekiva faces Winter Park on October 3. The district championship tournament takes place on October 30 at the Brunswick Wekiva Lanes in Apopka, Wekivas home bowling center. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff T wo years ago, Wekiva Highs boys for their respective postseasons beyond the district level. But they have had to make room for the Mustangs boys bowling program, as it has blossomed into a regular state championship meet participant with back-to-back appearances, including being the state runner-up in 2010. W ith the start of the 2012 season, the program is looking to turn the page, but it is going to try to make the new page a duplicate of the previous two. As a team which has done what we have the last couple of years should be, coach Dave Kurtz said. Like I said last year after we were state runner-up, it is awfully hard to repeat as a district champion, let alone go as far as we did. That by no means, means we cant do it again and we made it back to the state championship tournament last year. And now with another new year, we have what we need to, to do it again. But more importantly, it also means we have to be ready and willing to do everything we did the last two years to get to where we were. Then, we have to do it with the same intensity and focus just like we have had the last two years. We have to remember that everyone gives us their best shot now. We have to put what happened the last two years behind us, as it has nothing to do with the results of this year, and prepare like that. The program has grown to a point where we feel we have just as good an opportunity as anyone else to do what we did the last two years again and to keep doing it, but that is if we are not relying on our reputation as a state championship tournament participant the last two years. T wo years ago, the Mustangs pulled off perhaps the biggest surprise bowling has seen as a part of the FHSAA. Because the Mustangs were only three years old as a school, very few paid attention or included the program amongst state championship discussions. So, when the team state championship meet, many were so surprised, it was considered an upset. But Kurtz knew better after stockpilthree years, and he said at the beginning of that season everything was in place for a run at the District 6 championship as tournament. In hindsight, it is obvious that his team not only proved him right, but showed just how special that group of bowlers was as its spectacular and ungames short of a state championship. As satisfying and legitimate as the postseason run was, the regular season was also, as the Mustangs compiled a 13-3 record. But, with the start of the 2011 season, being considered a program which had yet to do it more than once let alone on a regular or consistent basis, Wekiva had to do it all over again to achieve the same legitimacy among the same heights of competition it had the year before. tangs did as they turned a surprising oneyear run to the state championship meet into a this-is-our-standard two years after an 11-3 regular season. Although most of the bowlers returned, there were a couple of changes, making the team a somewhat different one as even with the changes, Wekiva proved it is a legitimate player among the highest heights of competition by still qualifying for the state championship meet. It earned its berth in the state meet by advancing nately for the Mustangs, they fell in the earn berths in the state meet. Unlike a couple of years ago, we are now known as a program capable of playing with the best, Kurtz said. We have that same prestige within the program and outside of it as the other top teams in the state. The Mustangs will do that with a lineup of returning bowlers which has three juniors and two seniors. The lineup is made up of twins, juniors Austin and Justin Kleier, senior Matthew Helberg, senior Dustin Doggett, and junior Ray Conference selection last year. Added to W e are in good shape, Kurtz said. were good enough to make it to the state championship meet, so we are good enough to make it back again. This years team is the most balanced I have coached as far as every bowler being very solid with the fundamentals of the sport. Everyone is capable of becoming an All-Metro Conference selection. We have a strong core and several bowlers waiting in the wings. Each bowler is well seasoned, has a desire to win and is sound with the fundamentals. But having to replace its all-everything standout for four years, Josh Comfort, also means how quickly the team gels together will be just as important a factor. W e have to replace Josh. Any team that has someone as talented and scored like he did takes some time to adjust to. Nor can he be replaced directly, either, Kurtz said. His production put us in a position to win almost every match. And as it is often pointed out in this sport, a team is only as good as its last shot. So every one of our last shots has to be that much second in the state meant we had to be better last year. Making it back to the state championship meet last year means being better might have been good enough last year, but it isnt this year. We have tasted success beyond just 15 minutes. What we have done is a point of pride and desire to continue it. But, also, the other programs dont see us as someone who has come and gone. We will still get everyones best game. The top teams are still going to make it a point to defeat us. We still have to defeat them to get back to the state championship meet. If we were in an average district and area, it doesnt mean we will. But the competition in the district and area is very good, too. W ith the programs evolution, it has brought aboard an assistant coach in the form of Dan Skelly. He comes to the program from football. Kurtz says he is very good working with young athletes. This theme of the usual top teams will also be prevalent this year. In addition to Wekiva, Circle Christian, and Apopka are pionship. Ocoee and Winter Park are considered possible dark horses. Ocoee lost almost all of its lineup from last season, but seems to always be able to reload instead of rebuild, and Winter Park always seems to contend for titles. W ekiva meets Apopka on September 11. It faces Winter Park and Circle Christian on October 3. Ocoee is on the schedule on September 27. The district championship meet is be ing held on October 30 at the Brunswick Wekiva Lanes in Apopka, Wekivas home bowling lanes. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff After a three-year run of rich tradition, the Apopka High in the position of a completely new lineup. Last seasons starting lineup compiled an undefeated record of 16-0 en route to the Metro Conferences Western Division championship. But all the team wasnt able to make championship tournament. But all is not lost as like programs with championship tradition, it has a group of bowlers who are ready to step in. The question is do they have the depth and the ability to do the little things at the bottom of the lineup which can keep it as a top team and championship contender. W e have had three great tinued a tradition which makes us a championship contender on a regular basis, coach John Hauser said. The starting lineup we have had the last two years were all seniors. So, the obvious conclusion is we will be down this year. But, our junior varsity team went undefeated last year, so there is still some talent in this program. We have three sophomores who are good enough to be at the top of most varsity teams lineups. We still have the talent to contend for the championships again, but everything will have to go just right for us. If the talent develops quickly and we deal with the pressure of competing in our district and what we do as a team depends on them, we can contend. Its a lot of ifs, so the they have been in the past and the possibility isnt as high. However, it is still possible for us to do what we have in the past. We might not do what we did the last few years, but we will win our share of games and represent Apopka. It might not be as good as what we have been doing, but we arent going to be so down that we disappoint Apopka. year, Grant Dubay takes over the number one position in the lineup. Not only in his series scores, but from game to game bowler, averaging just under 200 pins at 198. The difference in his scores are rarely more than 12 pins. He gets it done with power and hard throws. He will also be important for the team handling the intangible aspects of the game as one of his strengths is an ability to handle the pressure. Hauser describes his ability to handle T wins, Jake and Justin Thornton, start the season with averages of about 180 apiece after leading the 2011 junior varsity team to a 15-0 record. style and rely more on hooks. It goes hand in hand with an ability to change their game and the balls they use. The duo is also strong in the Baker rules format, which will come in handy during the postseason. In the Baker rules format, each team throws 10 frames per game with each bowler throwIn 10-pin rules format, each bowler throws three complete 10-frame games. The totals for each game are added together for each bowler and then the totals for each bowler are added for a team score. Apopka s other starting bowler is freshman Nick Moyer. He is the teams most solid and all-around bowler as he isnt spectacular in any one skill, but he is fundamentally sound and mistake free in every Wekiva girls hope history repeats itselfWekiva boys seek to stay at the topWith new computer, Apopka bowlers looking to rebuild See APOPKA Page 10B of Bahia Shriners Payments are not tax deductible as charitable contributions. 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. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION FOR BAHIA SHRINERS (CH982) MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING 1-800HELP. FLA (435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE OR (850) 410-3800) OUTSIDE OF FLORIDA. 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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 6BPop Warner youth football teams play preseason games Apopka teams will visit Winter Park for season on Staff photos by Tammy KeatonThe Apopka junior pee wee Pop Warner teams offense lines up for action against the Lake Brantley squad. All of the Apopka and Lake Brantley teams played Saturday, August 18, at Robert Bobby Manley Field at the Northwest Recreation Complex in Apopka. Apopka Pop Warner junior pee wee assistant coach Britt Ratledge (l) talks with players on the sideline during their preseason game Saturday, August 18. Running back Demodrick Pearson tries to run out of the grasp of a Lake Brantley defender as Dwyane Long Jr. (62) and others block for him. Tahjae Rudolph eyes a fumbled ball during Apopkas preseason Pop Warner game against Lake Brantley. Eric Wright prepares to stiffarm a would-be tackler during the junior pee wee preseason game. The junior pee wee cheerleaders performed during halftime of the football game. Dwayne Long Jr. (62) and Demodrick Pearson tackle a Lake Brantley runner. Apopka junior pee wee running back Jefferson Walls gets past a Lake Brantley defender. Mike Hamlin, the Apopka Pop Warner junior pee wee head coach, yells out instructions to his players.

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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 7B Wekiva players bring out a blocking apparatus designed to help linemen stay in their assigned areas as they block. Players run sprints during the rst part of practice on Monday, August 20, as the Mustangs prepare for their preseason game against the South Lake Eagles. Assistant coach Jay Cvetko talks with lineman Jemal Taylor during practice. Defensive line coach Bryan Gary makes his point as the Mustangs prepare for their preseason contest. Nick Celella takes a water break along with his teammates Friday, August 17, during practice. Quarterback Zack Darlington looks down the eld for a receiver at the practice held at Robert Bobby Manley Field. The ball comes loose during a drill as the team practiced Friday, August 17, for the Pop Warner players and parents. Receiver Jacob Wittrock catches a pass thrown by Zack Darlington. Assistant coach Dave Newell instructs running back Jevric Blocker during a drill. Offensive line coach James Delgado yells out instructions to his players. Defensive coordinator Jeff Rolson (l) and head coach Rick Darlington talk. In the picture at the left, J.J. Simmons blocks a kick by backup kicker Tyler LHeureux out of the hold by Jordan Davidson. In the picture at the right, some of the Pop Warner youth football players and their families watch the practice and scrimmage held by the Blue Darters Friday, August 17, at Robert Bobby Manley Field at the Northwest Recreation Complex. Running back Richard Scott protects the ball as he runs Monday, August 20, during practice.

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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 8BStrange things are happening, as a popular TV comedian named Red Buttons liked to say on his show a half century or so ago. Back in 1995, a Zellwood resident connected with the Zellwood United Methodist Churchs Friendship Circles Cooking With Friends II cookbook project that year apparently mentioned to me something having to do with pickles and fudge, which I jotted down on that 17-year-old scribbled note that fell from my cookbook. Ironically, that 1995 note included the address and phone number of a Zellwood resident, whose contact inforplanned feature story this year! later, in an old cookbook, that tiny slip of paper providing the very information I currently needed are such very nice unexpected encounters. That coincidence seems so very strange. For a unique and rare old community like historic Zellwood, however, maybe it is not even unusual, because Zellwood is such a very special place. It seems everyone knows everyone there. Everyone has always known everyone. As children, many played together. They attended Zellwood Elementary School together. Many stayed closely connected all their lives, even some who moved away. And, it seems, everyone in Zellwood not only knows, but truly cares deeply about everyone else there. Cooking With Friends II was compiled and published by the Friendship Circle of Zellwood United Methodist Church on Jones Avenue at Union Street. Reverend Shelby Wilson was pastor. Shirley Brown, Jane Carr and Claire Ellington were the Friendship Circles cookbook committee. compiling and publishing of this cookbook were Janet Marks, Jeanne Howard, Jane Carr, Mavene Speck, Claire Ellington, Delores Eure, and Hazel Branton. Now-yellowed newsy letters written to this column in 1992, 1994 and 1996 from the Friendship Circles 1995 vice president Jeanne Howard were among yet other treasures from yesteryear rediscovered between the pages of this wonderful old cookbook. Cooking With Friends II was the groups second cookbook. Cooking With Friends, the churchs original cookbook, published a few years earlier, will be featured here at a later time. Enjoy trying the recipes below from Cooking With Friends II, and if you grabbed a copy of the cookbook back in 1995, I hope you still are enjoying it as much as I am mine. HAZEL BRANTONS PUMPKIN DIP AND GINGERSNAPS 1 (16-ounce) can pumpkin 2 (8 ounces each) packages cream cheese 1 (1-pound) box powdered sugar 1/4 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice Mix well together all the pumpkin dip ingredients. Serve with gingersnaps. HAZEL BRANTONS BREAD STICKS Day old bread Melted butter Parmesan cheese for sprinkling Light shake of garlic (optional) Trim all crusts off day old bread and cut bread into four long slices or strips. Dip strips into melted butter. Place on baking sheet and sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes until golden brown and hard. Store bread sticks in an airtight container. Preheat when needed. Good with salads and soups. DEBBIE VINCENT RYANS SPINACH DIP IN A BREAD BOWL 1 package chopped spinach, cooked and cooled 1 cup mayonnaise 1 pint sour cream 4 tablespoons Durkee salad dressing 1/2 teaspoon dill 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 package (dry, original) Hidden Valley dressing Mix together all ingredients. Hollow out a piece of big round bread. Fill bread with dip. Serve with cut-up veggies. ARLENE WILLS MANGO BUTTER 2 tablespoons lime juice 2 cups water 2-1/2 cups sugar 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon Cook mango with water and lime juice until soft, about 15 minutes. Add sugar and spices. Cook over medium heat, stirring frequently, until mixture is thick, like apple butter. Pour into hot sterilized jars. Seal and process in boiling water for 10 minutes. Recipe yields about four pints of mango butter. JANE CARRS CREAM OF MUSHROM SOUP 2 cups chopped fresh mushrooms 1/2 teaspoon onion powder 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder 1/8 teaspoon pepper 1/4 teaspoon salt 2-1/2 cups chicken broth 1 cup heavy cream Combine mushrooms, seasonings and broth. Simmer. Stir in the heavy cream until the soup is hot. HONEY CALDWELLS SCALLOPED POTATOES 6 to 8 potatoes, sliced Chopped onion or onion bits Grated sharp cheese 1 can mushroom soup 1 cup milk 1-1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper Layer half of the sliced potatoes and the onion and grated cheese. Add another layer of potatoes, onion and cheese. Mix soup, milk, salt and pepper and pour over the potato layers. Cover and bake at 350 for 45 minutes. Uncover and bake for 30 more minutes or until done. HORTENSE PARKERS SWEET AND SOUR CABBAGE 2 pounds red cabbage, thinly sliced sugar 1/4 cup water 1/4 cup red wine vinegar 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin 1/4 teaspoon caraway seed 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper In a heavy pot, combine the cabbage and enough water to cover cabbage. Cover pot with lid and cook for 10 minutes. Drain well. Combine brown sugar and next four ingredients in large saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring until sugar melts. Remove from heat and stir in salt, pepper and cabbage. Spoon into greased 2-1/2 quart casserole dish. Cover and bake at 375 degrees for 45 to 50 minutes or until cabbage is tender. Recipe yields six to eight servings. JANE CARRS EASY PEANUT BUTTER FUDGE 2 cups sugar 1/4 cup butter or margarine 1/2 cup milk 2-1/2 tablespoons marshmallow crme 1 cup peanut butter 3/4 teaspoon vanilla Mix sugar, margarine and milk. Bring to a boil and cook for three minutes. Remove from stove and stir in the marshmallow crme, peanut butter and vanilla. Pour into a buttered 8 x 8inch pan and cool. Cooking With Friends II Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley.Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. We know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.comPlease send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712Please send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712or send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712 MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili!We know shed love to hear from you!Visit: www.theapopkachief.comWe know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.com SATURDAY, AUGUST 25Registration for Little League Fall Season: The Apopka Little League will hold registration for players at 9:00 a.m. until noon, at the Northwest Recreation Complex, located on Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. Three forms of proof of residency and a birth age groups for baseball, Minors (9-10 years), 10-11 (no name), Majors (11-12 years), Juniors (13-14 years), and Seniors (1516). Softball is also played. Last all-star baseball teams and two for softball. The cost is $100 per player for baseball and $85 for each softball player. For more information, call Lajean Huntley at 407-212-8324, or visit www. apopkalittleleague.org or call the Saturday Night Cruise: Held the last Saturday of every month, from 5:00 9:00 p.m., at Roc City Diner, in the Wekiva Riverwalk Plaza. Music by Laurie, Queen of the Hop! Open to all makes and models, 10% off Cruiser meals, great food, shopping, 50/50, prizes and surprises!SUNDAY, AUGUST 26Beginning Racewalking Program: 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. calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. GFWC Apopka Womans Club Annual Membership Tea: 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., at the Museum of the Apopkans, 122 E. 5th St., Apopka. Reservations must have been made by August 20th. For more information, call Ruth Clasen at 407-889-7918 or visit www.apopkawomansclub.com. F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: 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.MONDAY, AUGUST 27 Sweetwater Oaks Garden Club Annual Welcome Back Coffee: 10:00 a.m., at the home of and start new friendships with local women. For information, or to RSVP, call Hillary at 407-3891691. Beginning Racewalking Program: 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. calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: 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 407-3120849, 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 407-880-3855 or 407-880-9595 or visit www. Apopkatoastmasters.org.TUESDAY, AUGUST 28Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-8864231 for more information. Come Walk n Talk. Watercolor Painting Class: SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City of Apopka Fran Carlton Center. Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Balling For Jesus: 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 email jadamone@aol.com. Kiwanis Club Meeting: Meetings will be held every fourth Tuesday, at 6:00 p.m., for dinner or 6:30 p.m., for the meeting only, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. For more information, contact Stuart Harris at 407-889-5305; 591 N. Park Ave., #996, Apopka.. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:00 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www.aaog.tv.WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29T.O.P.S Chapter #646: 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 407-8861147. Crafts & Board Games: 9:30 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of senior adults who enjoy playing board games or creating projects. Call 407703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. Come and join the fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-7031631 for information. Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: 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.* Storybook Fun for Your Little One: At 11:15 a.m. every Wed. Recommended for children ages 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, alFor more information, call 407886-4231. THURSDAY, AUGUST 30Walking Club: 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 drawings, prizes, trophies and just plain showing off. For information, call 407-880-3351 or 407814-9678. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www.aaog.tv. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784.UPCOMING EVENTSBahia Shriners Sportsmans Expo: Saturday, September 1, from noon 5:00 p.m., doors open at 11:00 a.m., at the Bahia Shrine Center, 2300 Pembrook Dr., Orlando. There will be door prizes, 50/50, and many other sports rafFree admission. Family friendly. For more information or to buy hiasportsmansexpo.com. Youth Football Sign-Ups: The Apopka Lions youth football teams are still accepting registration for the upcoming fall season. For more information, call Todd Peterson at 321-277-2942 or email apopkaRegistration for Fall Soccer Leagues: The Apopkas Recreation Division will be holding registration on August 27-31 for new players, and August 20-24 for returning players, at the Northwest Recreation Complex, from 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Youth soccer is for boys and girls ages 4-14. Youth must be 4 years of age by August 1, and may not have turned 15 prior to August 1. The fees are $110 for city residents per season and $150 for non-city residents per season which includes a uniform. You may also register online August 20-31 at www.apopka.net. For more information, call 407-703-1784. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: Place, 311 S. Forest Ave., Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. Man to Man Prostate ACS Cancer Support Meeting : Held the second Tuesday of every month, from 6:30 8:00 p.m., at the **Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce. The meeting is for men who have prostate cancer, or would like more information about the disease. For more information, call Till at 407-341-1826. Club of Orlando: Meetings will be held every third Tuesday of each month starting in September through May, from 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m., at the Elks Club, 12 N. Primrose Dr., Orlando. Active duty wives are also welcome to attend. For information contact Marty Harrison at 407-886-1922 or Ellen Paul at 407-696-4809.ONGOING EVENTSPersonal Wellness & Management Coach offering Free Camp: 6:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m., every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Kit Land Nelson Park. Call Jennifer, 407-948-5603 for details. 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. 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. Ministry Needs Pillows and Socks: Extended Hand Outreach, 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 800962-2622, email extendedhandapopka@gmail.com or visit www. facebook.com/extendedhandoutreach. Hospital Health Course Offered : 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 407-625-7048 to learn more about free chronic disease self-management courses. Free Educational Hands-On Programs: The Orange County Fire Rescue Department offers free programs such as CPR, citizens 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 407-8369081 or email OCFRD_PubEd@ Zellwood Garden Club: Members continue to collect old cell phones for the Sheriffs Department. Call 407-886-5023 for pick up. Computer Classes in both English and Spanish: Available daily o r 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. Habitat Volunteers: Sign up to month of August! 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, and cleaning for occupancy! To volunteer in the Apopka Habitats Re-Store, call 407-8808881 or 407-696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. 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 rie.averybayer@aol.com.************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. raisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or 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. $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county) T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a cial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407886-1147.

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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 9B bowlers into divisions according to skill level, but does not have any age distinctions and the state championship was held at two locations. So, Vergos accomplished the feat of earning third in the highest-skilled division older than him by as much as four years and while having to adjust to two different lanes. He also has won the Betty Nettel tournament and was named the Brunswick Wekiva Lanes bowler of the year. Everything just felt right, Vergos said. All the elements lined up right for me, the lane itself, the ball reaction, entering the game already scoring over 250 pins in every game. I began to think I could throw a perfect game during the seventh frame. But I still was having a hard time believing it. Nonetheless, I was able to keep doing what I had been doing and kept throwing strikes. There was a really big crowd, too. It kept getting bigger and bigger. The word was spreading. A student at Wolf Lake Middle School, Vergos just started the eighth grade. He aspires to work in the media after, of course, taking the PBA by storm. His favorite subject in school is world history. His lifelong devotion to football comes from his family settling in Buffalo after coming to the United States from Greece. He is also a diehard fan of the Orlando Magic. With four siblings, Pete Vergos is very active about spending time with them. The best way I can describe why his success as a bowler means so much to me is before he was doing it, he always asked why me? Demetrios Vergos said. Now, he always tells me he doesnt feel that way anymore. The hydrocephalus led to him discovering he has a natural talent for bowling. As a parent, those words make me feel so good. Every parent wants his or her children to lead a happy life and passionate about something. Both father and son also love bowling because it is an opportunity for them to spend time together. Im looking forward to working with my partner Roger Franklin Williams and the entire broadcast team, Alan said. We want to do a job that is pleasing to them so they can have us back again next year, he said. Williams will serve as the color analyst for the broadcasts. He is a 1975 graduate of Apopka High and played football for the Blue Darters. Im very pleased that Apopka Blue Darter football games will be broadcast over the radio this season on Apopkas 1520 WBZW and especially pleased to have the opportunity to serve as the color analyst on the broadcasts with veteran broadcaster Gary Alan. I want to thank WBZW General Manager Bill Files and Operations Manager Pete Paquette for their commitment to the Apopka community and for the opportunity to be a part of the broadcasts. Im also looking forward to working with John of his knowledge and insights about the 2012 Blue Darters. 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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 10B area. He is averaging about 170 pins per game. Although fairly new to Apopka and varsity competition, all four of the bowlers are ready for it because they have been bowling in youth leagues and for club teams since they were in elementary school. W e have four bowlers who can stay with most of the bowlers, Hauser said. Im not saying we are the best, but we can put ourselves in a position to win. So, our season will probably depend on how saying a team is as strong as its weakest link will really apply to us this season. Despite spectacular records the past two seasons, Apopka failed to advance past the District 6 championis played using the 10-pin forare played using Baker rules in a double-elimination tournament. Both times, Apopka has lost twice before reaching the ton twins skills are what Apopka has been looking for as the surprise of the district and Metro Conference could posagain, Apopka might still be a year away and 2012 could be a learning experience for a talented, but young team. think out of the various formations. bone, run out of the spread, and use misdirection plays out of the normally staid I-formation. what conventional wisdom says you run that offense for, Darlington said. On the other side of the ball, the Blue Darters are sticking with defensive coordinator Jeff Rolsons 4-3 as a base defense, but, depending on what the opponent is running, will move one of the linebackers up to the defensive line or may bring linebackers or defensive backs on a blitz. Hopefully well have an improved defensive system and improved personnel, Darlington said. For its part, North Marion brings into the game a team looking for its 13th straight district title under head coach Craig Damon, who sports a 106-42 record in 12 years as coach of his alma mater. His top player this season is Reg5-foot-11, 170-pounder is being recruited as a cornerback by the Bulldogs, but will play many positions for the Colts, including all areas of the de Of fensively, Wilkerson will see time at quarterback, receiver, and running back. In North Marions spring game, he played quarterback on offense. Brody Hall transferred from Ocala Vanguard and is expected to play some at quarterback for the Colts. In the spring game, they showed mostly I-formation, but ran a lot of one-back offense last year, Darlington said of North Marion. Like Apopka, the Colts lost a goodly amount of offensive skill talent from last year, but there are some talented although inexperienced players coming back for the 2012 season. Also like the Blue Darters, North Marions offensive line does have experience and is expected to lead the way for the young skill players. Defensively the Colts have not only Wilkerson in the defensive backis expected to be among the better players for North Marion. ours, which helps, Darlington said. For the Blue Darters, some injuries are starting to mount, as Rio Macrena has a dislocated left elbow and Darlington hopes to have him back for tember 21 against Olympia. He can play nearly any position on offense, from wide receiver to running back to offensive line. Running back Ray Ray Smith is nursing a sprained ankle and likely wont play against the Colts, while fullback Chandler Cox is expected to play against North Marion, he has issues with his hip. Otherwise, the Blue Darters are healthy, but there isnt a lot of depth, so staying injury free throughout the season is imperative for Apopka. Last week, Darlington said his team needed to develop more mental toughness to make it through the dog days of practice so it would translate to the season when they are involved in a tough games. It got better, he said about the mental toughness. We had a great ter. As a way of helping the players develop that mental toughness, Darlington said he is making the practices shorter, but more intense. Wed like minutes, 2-and-a-half hours max. to play a high school football game, something that Darlington, his assistant coaches, and the players are looking forward to. W ere looking forward to the what you work for, Darlington said. Weve worked hard this off-season. Now, weve got to go out and compete against other people. at East Ridge, South Lakes traditional rival, for the past several years. He Eastern Kentucky, as he played quarterback there. W ith that high school and coling the split-back veer and its passing game is built on timing routes. Defensively the Eagles line up in to time, they put four defenders up front. W e dont know a lot about the Eagles since they have played only its head coach, Wekiva head coach only game opponents can review is the spring practice one. But we do exfront, because Woolum came from the fense is to create misdirection between and off the tackles. It is often used by teams whose running backs character are that of having the power to lower their shoulders and push defensive players back. It often looks like a high school version of the counter-trey the NFLs Washington Redskins ran in the Although not exactly the same, the arrival of Woolum also means the game pits two teams against each other dealing with the same situation and hopefully for Wekiva, it marks the beginning of putting the discussion of a note from a 10-11 record the past two seasons to the recruitment of Division I/BCS conferences college programs to a bowl victory being achieved, the need for a major shift had also come if the program was to continue to ment was to bring in a new offensive coordinator. Over the last two years, the work we have done has translated into some ing May, We have been around .500, which was progress from where we were. But no program can remain the a lot of the talk was progress isnt always measured in tangible terms or achievements. With what we have done over the last couple of years, the prevalent focus is now strongly on tangible results if we are going to continue to grow and have greater success. W e achieved the non-tangible success. It is time for us to measure where this program is by determining if we are having greater success tanpionship and playoff-caliber team and do it consistently. In order to get there, there was a decision made by several of us to reorganize the coaching staff. If we are to step up the growth of the program, it had to be done. during spring practice and it played practice game against Lake Minneola. its current coaching staff and for a fall Since we have changed directions, this year is going to be a year of that with its current coaching staff, so ural for anything in life when changes are made. However, we have gelled together well. Unfortunately, we had limited time. So there was a lot of pressure to do the things teams need to do to get ready for the season. For any preseason game, the goal is to win and for the offense and the defense to put into practice what the coaches have been teaching, but for the Mustangs it is obviously even team continues to use the 4-3 multiple defense. And at the top of what must be retained if Wekiva is to win consistently is running a new offense the right way, which begins with an absence of assignment busts. Defensively, it begins with solid tackling and tackling a certain way to make it happen. When what is being taught is retained by the players, the teams execution is good. W ithin the concept of retaining what has been taught is also a change among the running backs and quarterback on offense as well as linebackers on defense. Reggie Brown, Richard Scott and Ryan Watson will be the featured running backs, taking the reigns from Omari Albert, who rushed for more than 1,000 yards last season. Albert graduated in May. Weighing over 225 pounds apiece, former offensive linemen Watson and Scott carry on the pound-the-ground style of running back established by Albert. Combined, the two running backs gained more than 150 yards during Wekivas spring game victory over Lake Minneola. As the game wore on, the gains become longer as the Lake Minneola defense steadily wore down. But, as impressive as the duos debut was, the coaches still saw a need to move Brown from the secondary to give the running game a component of speed and agility, as well as a back will line up together. Filling the graduations in the linebacker unit position starts with Ernie Davis and Cameron Rutz. Davis is switching from the defensive line. Rutz was on the varsity team last year, but saw only a handful of them play together in a non-spring game. We expect them to make mistakes, but right now they have done well in establishing what we have taught them and becoming the core of our intense and an actual game situation. It is a matter of getting the reps, more experience. Under center, the team will start sophomore Bart Bell. While a sophomore starting at quarterback is considered young, the coaches are pleased with Bells progression and said the same about him as the other noted players. In particular, while the coachtime starter, they have been impressed with his leadership. Again, it is a matter of expe rience and he is getting closer every day as he takes more and more reps, ularly pleased with him taking control of what should be his huddle. He understands the quarterback is in charge and the leadership starts with him. He is responsible for making sure the right play is called, getting the players lined up quickly and correctly. baseball team will be held Monday, August 27, and Wednesday, August 29, from Recreation Complex, Field E, 3710 Jason graders who are zoned for Apopka High School. letes for the high school baseball experience, as they will play teams from other Central Florida communities, head coach George Feltner said. For more information about the team and/or the baseball league, call Feltner at aol.com. Division will be holding registration for fall soccer leagues. Youth soccer is offered for boys and girls ages 4-14. Youth must be 4 years of age by August 1, 2012 and may not turn 15 prior to August 1, 2011. grams are $110 for city residents per season and $150 for non-city residents per season ents of new players will be reance for Youth Sports Seminar. ganization. Registration will take place at Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley tration for new players will be cates are required at registraing the spring 2012 season may register through today, Friday, August 24. Registration for returners or new players can also be done online at www.apopka. net from August 20-31. program had more than 700 players last season. For more information, call 407-703 On the heels of a successful postseason for its regular spring play, the Apopka Little League will begin its fall season soon. Registration for players will continue on Saturday, August 25, at the Northwest Recreation Complex, located on Jason Dwellbegin at 9 a.m. and end at noon. cate are required to sign up. Little League is divided is also played. Last month, baseball teams and two for for each softball player. last week of August. be determined, but the season will start in September. Majors advanced to their respective Florida Little League District 23 championship 10-11 year old teams won the district championship and advanced to the Florida Little League Section 5 championearned second place. For more information, call Lajean Huntley at 407apopkalittleleague.org or call 1550. By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff In the routine of everyday life, many may not realize an equestrian park with a public campground, is right around the corner at 3535 Damon Road in Apopka. On weekdays, the park is a peaceful refuge a hidden treasure with the staff busily maintaining the grounds and few others around. bike/equestrian/hiking spur that links the park with the Sunday afternoon are very quiet, said Bobby Hogue, park supervisor. After that, it is very busy. You have trucks with horses coming in and there is no 10 oclock quilong Saturday night getting ready for the shows. Hogue said the park has approximately 34 horse shows each year. A two-story-to-three-story observation tower gives judggrounds, and an eat-in concession stand is in operation during all equestrian events. rings, two of which are covered with two-and-a-half-inches of recycled rubber tires, with a lime-rock sub-base, the other lizer clay. Equestrians may enjoy approximately 260 10-ft.-by-10ft. horse stalls, which are upty obtains sawdust from a wood mill for bedding for the animals. Each stall is cleaned between shows. A negative coggins blood test, to verify the horse does not have equine infectious encephalitis, is required for each horse that enters the facility. get cracked and chewed at the bottom and the horses kick the even, so we replace them each summer, Hogue said. Over the past six weeks, we have stripped and re-clayed 150 horse stalls, removed the rubber in arena one and also number four to cultivate the subbase, then laser leveled it, then re-added the rubber as needed. We also have replaced wornout tin roofs on barns A, B, C, still in the process of replacing many broken or damaged stall boards throughout all the 13 barns. campsites with full campsaid. As with other county parks, there is a two-week stay limit. Several pavilions offer quiet places to picnic, although equestrians have priority over certain locations during shows. per night for Orange Counpercent discount for seniors over age 55. For more information, call and recreation at www.orange Darters: Colts have won 12 straight district titles under Craig DamonMustangs: South Lake Eagles have a new head coach in Mark WoolumApopka: Darters looking for 5th bowler Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1BFall ball sign-up ongoing for Apopka Little League Continued from page 4BClarcona Horse Park remains hidden to manyTryouts set for Apopka 8th grade baseball teamRegistration dates set for city youth soccer league Bobby Hogue is the park supervisor at Clarcona Horse Park south of Apopka.

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The Apopka Chief, August 24, 2012, Page 11B For both Apopka and Wekiva, the Kickoff Classic should provide a good test. Citra North Marion, while the Mustangs will welcome Groveland South Lake. And, for all four teams involved in those games, the outcome won t be marked on the overall record, but it is something for the players and a bit of momentum going into the regular season. In some preseason games, the coaches agree to play junior varsity kids for a quarter but that wont happen in either game locally, as the teams are treating it just like a regularseason game in terms of competitiveness. For both Apopka and Wekiva, that is important as they seek to set their identities on both sides of the ball. Apopka has, for the most part, ditched the single wing and will now be running out of the spread, I-formation, and the Blue Darters will throw the ball more this year than true test of that theory will come when Apopka lines up lips and Lake Brantley to open the regular season. Speaking of those two teams, the Blue Darters will be facing stateranked squads when they play Lake Brantley is slotted at No. 6. Olympia, the third team on Apopkas schedule, received votes in the poll, as did the Darters. Frankly, I dont put a lot of stock into rankings for high school teams, but they at least give an idea of a teams Lake Brantley have plenty of strength, without a doubt. While Apopkas play caller wont change head coach Rick Darlington will always be his own offensive coordinator the plays he calls will, but it will be interesting to see how often the ball is in the air because it is his nature to run the ball. On the other side of the ball, Apopka wont be running anything different schemewise, but the man driving the defensive train is different. Jeff Rolson is back as the defensive coordinator for Apopka after a 10-year absence. He was with Darlington from 1999 to 2002 and was the defensive coordinator when the Blue Darters won the 2001 state championship. Apopkas defense will improve with his direction, but there is still plenty of room for the Darters to grow because they are very young up front and in the de W ekiva is in much the same position, but on opposite who served as Apopkas defensive coordinator after Rolson left Apopka, is still serving as his own defensive coordinator at Wekiva, but now has a new offensive coordinator to run things on that side of the line. Charles Nassar a former head coach at Leesburg, spent one year at Evans as offensive vinced him to bring his twoback option package to Wekiva. Funny thing is, Nassar has also installed the single wing and will run that at times this season. It will be odd to see Apopka not running that offense, but Wekiva utilizing it from time to time. In addition, sophomore quarterback Bart Bell will head up the Wekiva offense for just the second time. He ran the offense in the spring game against Lake Minneola, but South Lake may not be a defensive juggernaut, but the Eagles will give Bell a lot more to worry about than did Lake Minneola. the season against Horizon World of Sports. For both Apopka and Wekiva, the preseason games will be good tests before the tougher regular-season schedules begin. Season-ending injury For Apopka High grad Lo Wood, the 2012 season, his junior year at Notre Dame, ended before it started, as he suffered an Achilles heel injury earlier this week. After surgery, hell miss the entire season. Hell get a redshirt this year and will still have two more seasons to play for the Irish. But, that future might as well be a million years away From all reports, Wood had worked very hard since last season ended to get himself into better shape, both physically and mentally to play cornerback for Notre Dame. It s got to be terribly disappointing to work so hard, then have it all taken away from you in an instant. Hopefully, he will be able to return fully, but it will take tons of physical therapy and lots of hard work to get there. Back on the dial For the second time in school history Apopka High football will be on the radio. All the Blue Darters games, including the preseason Kickoff Classic today, Friday, August 24, will be broadcast on WBZW-1520AM. Apopka s games were on the radio was in 2001 when, coincidentally, the Blue Darters brought back home to Apopka the only state championship in football in school history. the broadcasting of both years is Roger Franklin Williams. did the play-by-play commentary in 2001. Hell be back in the booth this year, but will be the color analyst, as Gary Alan will be the play-by-play announcer for all Apopka home games, and Steve Schwarze will handle that responsibility on the road. Schwarze is the public address announcer for Apopkas home games. Ill make an appearance at halftime for most of the games, half. In addition to the game being on 1520AM, it will also be streamed live at the station s website, www.1520thebiz.com. the northern coast of France. After retiring from the milsor for a garbage company. W ebers bowling story is the more traditional content. Although there is also an element of lightheartedness to the St. Louis natives story. I started bowling with the church I belonged to, Weber ing group, but there were several pretty women who belonged to it. I joined because I wanted to meet the pretty women. I thought it might be nice to do some bowling, but the women were what I was most interested in. However, I became pretty good at the sport and developed a liking for bowling, which has continued to this day. and Weber has been bowling ever since then, for 70 years. He has thrown several dozen 250-plus games, including his high of 257 pins. used the same ball for the past 50 years. Another military veteran, Weber served in the Air Force bowling for most of his life and growing up in Harley, Wisconsin, his story began with a social element to it, too. I began bowling as a way to spend time with my budsaid. It was during the Depression, so there werent a lot of activities we could do. Bowling was affordable. We couldnt afford to go all the time, but we could bowl more than most of the other activities. We were just looking to have some fun, like kids do and we did. But I was also pretty good and when I got older, became an adult, I decided to join some leagues and see if there was something there as far as doing more than just bowling for fun. I continued to enjoy it and always have, but I also realized I had some skill. average is 190. But he can also claim several Senior Olympics medals among his accomplishments. As both a single and doubles bowlers, he has bowled in multiple Senior Olympics. A mechanical engineer by elors degree from the University of Michigan. He spent the majority of his career working for Chevron in New Jersey. Most importantly, the three bowlers talked about how much they enjoyed competing and spending time with their bowlers also used the term it is a pleasure to be able to still be successful and receive encouragement from the younger bowlers. And the lighter side of their personalities continue through the sport. During one league match, and 266. He was told by one of the other competitors his mother had called him at the bowling alley because of a family emergency. His response was thats impossible because shes bowling a perfect game over on lane one. PEP: These preseason games are very importantBowlers: They have high averages Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1B 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-27778 WEEK SPECIALPay 6 Weeks...get 2 weeks FREE! 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rfnnttbt t r r r r r rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fb rfnnttbbt r r r r r b tf rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt btn n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr fbtf fb rfnnttbtt r r r r t rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tnnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf f rfnnttbtb t r r r r ttf ttt r r t r r bff rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnrnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf fbb rfnnttb r r r r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br ft btnt n ffr fbtf f r fntbt bbb f f ffrr r r rr n rfrn tbf rrr bbr f rbrr rr br r f frr r f f brttrf fbr r f r r f f bbr bffr br rt r b b r r r rn br rr frf r r rrr r fbr r f n frf nn fnftn bfr rbbf trtbt b rfnnttbb r r r r r r f r ft rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf fbb rfnnttbtb r r r r r r r tt r r ft rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r f f tnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf f rfnnttbb t r r r r r r fb r r bf r r tb r b r r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n f fn n b bftt tf n n r n r f f tnnrn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf fb rfnnttbf r r r r r n b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n f fn n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr fbtf fbf rfnnttb r r r r r ff r r bt rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf f rfntbb nnb rt ttt bb r frrr rb r r tt b rfrn tbf rrr bbr f rbrr rr trr rtrt t b r nr tt r bbr trr r b b r r r rn brrr frf r r rrr r fbr r ftt n frf n fnftn bfr rr r frr brr rr bb rbbf tnt t rfnnttbbb r r r r t b bf rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnnrrr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bft tnt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttbb r r r r btb rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br ft btnt n ffr fbtf fb r f ntbb b rrr nnnfr rrr rfntbt rfntbt trf rfnnbn nn rfntbt nn rfntbt nn trf rfnnbn rfntbt b rfntbt rf f r f nn r r n rn r n rf rtt tt t ntn t t n rrfrf f btt ffr f r f trrr rfntb bnt ff bb tnnb bbb r fntb b r fr rf r f f fff f f ffff f ffff fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f ff ffr f rrfr ntbrntr br rt ntrft rrr rr rntttt ttr rnt r fff frf r nr r fr f r f n rtt tt tt rntf t rtrt t rtt t trr fr ntrr f tr nt f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr nbr frr rntbr ff f r f f fff f r rt bnrbb rfnntb fn rn rfrf ntbnn rffr rfr fr rfftff fftfr tfff ff rbt n n n tt n n ftt rt fn n rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff b rbt tnt n f t t

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r fntbn tt n fff r fr ff ff rr r r r fr r f f f rfn ff rfn f tbttttb t ttbr trrtb tbttr tr r ffnrtb rt tbttb tttt n rff r r ntt rr tttbbbt tbtt ttbb bbtt tb rf bnrntbnt tttb tbrrtbtbtb ttbt tbt tbttb tt ttbb tr tbtr tr n r t t rn rr r r r rr nr fbtrr ntbt ntr r r bb bbb bnrntbn b r fntbt bbt n f ffr r rr f f n f rfn tttbtb rf n f f rfn tttbtb rf n f f f t f t tt ttttr ff r r t bb r r nbb rf trtbtr t t t f fnrnttt r tt tt b ft rr r rr r r tr f brr b tbr r r nfrtbt nrn trtbt rfnnttbf r r r r r rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n f fn n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr fbtf fbb rfnnttb b r r r r fb ftf rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n bffb n n n ftt tf n r n r f f tnnrr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bft tnt n ffr ftf f rfntt bbn r fntbtnb nt ttn t tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn b rfntb r r rr r f r tnt t rfrn tbf rrr bbr f rbrr rr t t bt r r bbr tnt nb r b b r r r rn brrr frf r r rrr r fbr r ftt n frf n fnftn bfr rr r frr brr rr bb rbbf tbnt tb rfnntb f rfrf ntb n rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rb n n n n b n n n ftt rt f n rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff rt tbnt n f t t rfnntbb b rr f rfrf ntb n rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r n n n n b n n bn ftt rt f n rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff b rt btnt n f bt t r fntbn ttn fff r fr ffrr r r r rr f f f f rf n f f rf n f f rf n ff rf n f tbttttb t ttb tfrrtb tbtt t rr rftb t tbttb tttt tbtnr r r tbtb rr tttbbbt tbtt ttbb bbtt tb rf bnrntbnt tttb tbtbtbtb ttbt tbt tbttb tt ttbb trr tbt rr t r tr tr rfr rr r r r rr n r fbtrr ntbt ntr r r bb rfr bbb bnrntbn b rfnttbn b fr rrrt r rf rfrf ntb nn n n rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rb t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t f tfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn b rfnnttbb r r r r r r f rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n f fn n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tnnrr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr fbtf fbb r f ntb b rrr n nn rfnrftb nfrtbfbfbbtf rbn nbnnb trfrft nnfntr bbf rfrft brrbbbf trfbbnbn bnbbttb nrrnrfb bbrnbnbnr bnnnf b trn n bbbnnftbbt nb n nn r n r n rf fbnfrfrff bbfbnb rbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trrtfb bnn trn bbnfb brffb rb bnrb bbb rfnttbbbb b f r rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn rfnn tb r r r fntbtnb r n tr ttn tt f t r tr f bn r n n n n tt tn n b ftt rt n f n n n tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bbn n n b b n n n n r ttn t n n bfttt t b rfnttbbb f r rr rfnfrn tb tt rf ffr f f tf b bfb nr rn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnr rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nnbn rfnttbb r f rfnfrn tb r f ffr ff tf b bfb nr rn t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnn r rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nnbn nn rfnttbbb n frr rfrf ntb rf frr frf r rfftff fftfr tfff ff rnn t t t bb nt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn

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rfnttbb n r f r rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn rfnttbbn r f rfnfrn tb t rf ffr f f tf b bfb nr r b t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnn r rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nnbn b r fnttb t fff r f r f ffrr r r r f f rfntb f t r f nbbbrr r n brf r r r r tt rf nrntn b t t rfrtnt rff r b rtb rn rr r r r rr nr ftrr ntt ntr r r rttntn r nrntn b r fntbn ttbb fff r f r f ffrr r r r frr f f rfnftb f rfnftb f rt n tnrn bttn n nnrf r r bb b r r n bbtt rf bnrntbn r n r rt rr t rrtt r r tf rr r r r rr nr fbtrr ntbt ntr r r bb ttftbtt r bnrntbn bt r fntbt bbtb nt f ffr r rr f f n f rfr f ntbnbnnntb n nntb nntb ntnn bbn bb ntb bbn nntn nbnbn b r r r b b r r bnbnntttn bnbtnbn bnntt nbb nt rf trtbtrbn bb bb nnnt ntbbntntbnt nbntbn ntnb bntbbnnt bnnb nntbt n ntn bnb b n nr b rr r rr rr trf brrb tbr r r rr ttbt trtbt r fntbt bb nb f ffr r frrr f f n rf nf t f rf nf t f bbbbb b bbf bfrrb bbbf bf frr fb nfb bbb bbb t brf r r r r bbbb bbb bb nbb b rf trtbtrb bbb bffbbb bbb bb bbb bb bb bfrr bbf rr tbf n rf br br frr rr r rr r r tr f brr b tbr r r t trtbt b rfnttbb n r f rfrf ntb n n n rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r n t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn rfnttbb b r fr rfnfrn tb rf ffr f f tf b bfb nr rn t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnr rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nnbn r fntbt bbt n f ffr r fr r f f n f f f rfntrbbr bntnb nbbtr tbrt fbbbnnb rbnnrbbn rrt r rnbnnrbbn ntfnfn trbtrb tnrt btr r r bb rr rtrt rbtnnrttrn brn nbb b rf trtbtrbbr nrbnnrnt bfntbrbrb bntbtnftn trrbnrb fnfnbnrtr tfbbttr rbrtrn trnfr bffrb t tt rn nrt nrbb t nrb rr r rr r r tr f brr b tbr r r tffr trtbt r fntbt bbt n f ffr r fr r f f n rrf nt rbr f rrf nt rbr f f f f f f f f btr r r bb rr nbb rf trtbtr ff nf nf f rn br f f rr r rr r r tr f brr b tbr r r r r trtbt r fntbt bb n f ffr r r r f f n rfn f tbttttb t ttb tfrntb tbtt t rn rrtb t ttbt ttt rf r r r r tttbbbt tbtt ttbb nbb tb rf trtbtrt tttb tbtbtbtb ttbt tbt tbrttb tt ttbb trn tbt rn t rrnrn rr trr tn fr rr r rr r r tr f brr b tbr r r nnrnn bbb trtbt t r fntbt bbt n f ffr r ffrr f f n ff rf nt b ff rf nt b f t b rf r r tb r r nbb rf trtbtr n fnf f bftbn rr r rr r r tr f brr b tbr r r t n trtbt r fntbn tt fff r fr ffrr r r r ffr r f f ff rfn f rfn f tbttttb t ttb tfntb tbtt t n rtb t tbttb tttt t bnnr r r tb tb r r tttbbbt tbtt ttbb bbtt tb rf bnrntbnt tttb tbtbtbtb ttbt tbt tbttb tt ttbb tn tbt n t nn t tnr f rr r r r rr n r fbtrr ntbt ntr r r bb nnrf bbb bnrntbn b r fntbt bbb nb f ffr r ff rr f f n ff rf nntbb f t rtfbf t t tfbf bbbt t r r r b b r r nbb rf trtbtr tt b tfbf nnt fbf t nbbb n fbbt fbb f tfrbf rr r rr rr trf brrb tbr r r brrf trtbt rfnttbb r f rt rfrf ntb n nn rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnnn t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn b r fntbn tt fff r fr ffrr r r r ffr r f f ff rfr f rfr f ntbtnt nt rfnt bn tt ttrf rrnt tt nnbb tt t btbr r r tb tb r r ttnnn ttnt tnn bbtt n rf bnrntbnt tt btt nb nttnntn bbtnt nbt tnrttn tbt nbbtn rf n rf tt rrfrf rrt rr f tr rr r r r rr nr fbtrr ntbt ntr r r bb ffrr t nnbbtn bnrntbn bb r fntbt bbtb nt f ffr r rr f f n f rfnttb f rfnttb ff nf rnttb fff f nfbb rnttb f t t ttt r r r bb rr n nbb rf trtbtr bt r t t fttt n ttr rbtt nfb t rr r rr rr trf brrb tbr r r t n trtbt r frntbb ttt r r rr r ff rfnrtbfrf ntnnrr rffbf f rntbbttt nnfnbfrf nrfnftnbr bf r brbfbrf rfrfrf nbrrf rfnfnn bnbrf bnrr rfnfnn nrfrn nnrnf nnbfbn rnbfrbtbfr fnb rbb bf f f n f r bnbnrr rn n bb nbb fnfrbbfrf bfbff nnnrb rfnrfn nfrnrn bffrrb bbfbrr r rbrn bfrfnf tnbr btfn tnbrrn nfnrbfb rrfrf nrbrff rbrft nf r bnrb bnntbn bn

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rfnttbb f t rrr rfrf ntb n r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnn t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn n rfnttbb n r f r r rfrf ntbn n n rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rb t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn rfnttbbn f rfrf ntb n rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn r fntbn tt fff r fr ffrr r r r ffr r f f ff rrf f ntbtnt nt frfnt bn tt ttfrf rrnt tt nnbb tt t bnnbr r r tbtb rr ttnnn ttnt tnn bbtt n rf bnrntbnt tt btt nb nttnntn bbtnt nbt tnrttn tbt nbbtn frf n frf t t rrr frrt frr f tfrf rr r r r rr n r fbtrr ntbt ntr r r bb rfr t nnbbtn bnrntbn bn r fntbt bbb nt f ffr r fr r f f n fff rr f fnftbbnfffn bfb ffn bbfrfnb tfbfbf nnbf nnbr rrrfn nnbf bffttf fbnfnbf n tr r r b b r r nfbnfff nfnfnf nffb nbb f rf trtbtrnf nn tnn fffbtb fnnffnf ttfnfnf ftbfn nfrnnff nbfftbn ffttn bbfr fbbf r nfn rrr rrnb bfrr f nr rr r rr rr trf brrb tbr r r rr bttn trtbt r fntbt bbt nb f ffr r frr f f n f rf rn trbtr rf rn trbtr f f f f f f nf f r ff r r t bb r r nbb rf trtbtr ff f rrf f trn rbt f fn rr r rr r r tr f brr b tbr r r t t trtbt rfnntb b fr rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r n n n n n n nftt rt fn n rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff b rbt tnt n f t rfntt bb r fntbtnb r nt ttn t tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bn n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfnttbb n f r rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn n rfnnttbbb r r r r f rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr fbtf fb rfnttbb n fr rfrf ntb rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rbnn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn n r fr rntbn ttnt rr r r rf rr r rfrf rfnt tb tttrt trr btf rr r n rbt bbbrf r trttt tft btb rrtb t rttrbbt tbrtt trt trtr r frt ttr tnttrrr ttr trt r tt trt t brtbt b bb b b b rt bnntbn btnn rfnttbbb r f r rfrf ntbn n n rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn rfntt bbbnn rr r fntbtnb r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bbbnn r fntbtnb r nt ttn t tf t r tr f bn rnn t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bbnn r r r fntbtnb r nt ttn t tf t r tr f bn rb t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn b rf ntbb nnn nrn n f nn nnnb b tt tntt ttt tt nt ttt ttr tttt t tb rfn fntb rfn rrn b r rrr nrnb r r rb bb rr f nrr bb r ttt tttt rtt tt ttt ttt t tt ttt tt tt tt t trr bt r rr rb nr tr n rrt t n rr br n nr nr rrr bb rfft r ft b bb bbb r fntbntt fn f f f tttr bb rnt rfntbnnf tfrftrft tnntntfft ftn n ffnnbn ftfbftfbtntrf ntfntffn nftf fnftn nrnbf n ftn ntnfbnffff tffnt ffnbnff fbnfffntrfntf ntfnffff bffffb fftfftnbnf ffbftftfrf nt fnbn rtf ff rn n rfnfb brnrb frntbn btnb

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rfnntbt f rrr rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rt n n n n b n n n ftt rt f n rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff rt tbnt n f t r fntbn ttn fff r f r f ffrr r r r rr f f rffn rtb rffn rtb f rr fr rrr ff tfrr r r bt nbtrf r r bb b r r bbtt rf bnrntbn r ff ft f f f rr r r r rr nr fbtrr ntbt ntr r r bb fb rf r bnrntbn b rfnttbbb r f rfnfrn tb r ff frf f tf b bfb nr r t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnr rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nnbn n r fntbn ttn fff r f r f ffrr r r r rr f f rff nttt f rff nttt f bbbbb b bb btb bbb rb t ttrbr rb bbb bbbb b nt trf r r bb b r r bbbb bbb bb bbtt b rf bnrntbnb bbb bbbb bbb bb bntbb bb bb bt bb t b rrttt frf ttr bntt brn rt rr r r r rr nr fbtrr ntbt ntr r r bb rtnt fr bnrntbn b rfnntbb f rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r bb n n n n b n n n ftt rt f n rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff rt tbnt n f t r fntbt bbt n f ffr r fr r f f n r fnnn f tbttttb t ttb trtb tbtt t r rrtb t ttbt ttt ttr r r bb rr tfttbbbt tbtt ttbb nbb tb rf trtbtrt tttb tbtbtbtb ttbt tbt tbttb tt ttbb tr tbt r t rnr f t ftr n rr r rr rr trf brrb tbr r r rrrr fbbb trtbt rfnttbbb f rfrf ntbn r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn rfnttbbn r frr rt rfnfrn tb ttrf ffr f f tf b bfb nr r t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnn r rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nnbn b rfnnttbb n f rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r b n n n n bb n n ftt rtb f n rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff rt tbnt n f t r fntbn ttbb fff r f r f ffrr r r r frr f f rf f ntbnbnnntrb nr nntb nntb ntnn bbnr bb fntb bbn ntnnt nnbnbn b bnrf r r bb b r r bnbnntttn bnbtnbn bnntt bbtt nt rf bnrntbnbn bb bb nnnt ntbbntntbnt nbntbn ntnb bntbbnnt bnnb nntbt n ntn brnb r b n n br rr r r r rr n r fbtrr ntbt ntr r r bb rf b ttbt bnrntbn bn r fntbn ttbb fff r f r f ffrr r r r frr f f rfn rfn f tbttttbf tf ttbr tnrrtb tbttr trf r rtb rt tbttb tttt t bbrf r r bb b r r tttbbbt tbtt ttbb bbtt tb rf bnrntbnt tttb tbrrtbtbtb ttbt tbt tbttb tt ttbb tr tbtr ftr f r t t rfn rr r r r rr n r fbtrr ntbt ntr r r bb f bbb bnrntbn bb rf ntb bbb nnn f rf rr frn tb rn nnn n f f r rn bb bn b rbbnnb bbt b f rr n rn rr rrfr rr bbbn bbn bn ffbb fffbn fb bbbfb ff bffbb bffb bfb fbbbbb fbbffb n f fr f f f b n f rfnntbt f n rfrf ntb n nn r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rtb n n n n b n n n ftt rt f n rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff rt tbnt n f t rfnttbbbb b f rfnfrn tb tt t trf ffr f f tf b bfb nr r n t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnn r rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nnbn rfnttb f r rrrt r rfntbnnn tftbftff nbttb rfntbnfn ntfnntf ntftbntrfrtftftn tbfnt nftbt ft nnttn tbfntrfrtfnft fn r t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t btttnb ftftnftbtft rffntttbtb nntfff nnbftbt ftbbnbtftft nttb tfnnn nfbtftfb rnnnbnt ttfnnnttf nbftntftftbtfnt nnbftfnt nttfttftfnbt tntttftnb ftf tntttn trn rr btnbf nftf ftf trtf nnnnbn fttt ffn n rb btnb t f nnbn rfnttbbn f rfrf ntbn rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn rfnttbbnn r f rr rfrf ntbn r ffrr frf r rfftff fftfr tfff ff rb t t t bb nt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn

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rfntt bbnn rrr r r r fntbtnb r ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bbn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn n r fntbt bb nb f ffr r frrr f f n f rf nt br rf nt br f t brf r r r r nbb rf trtbtr f n r f f n rr r rr r r tr f brr b tbr r r bnn trtbt r fntbt bbb n f ffr r ffr r f f n ff rf frfnftfb f rf frfnftfb f bb n bb nn n rf r r r r nbb rf trtbtr t bb rr bb nfrn nrf btn tb nb nbb rr r rr r r tr f brr b tbr r r nf nfn trtbt b r fntbt bb n f ffr r frr f f n f rfr nt nnbn f fr fr ffr t b trf r r r r nbb rf trtbtr f fr fr nbffrfr nt ff ff br f rr r rr r r tr f brr b tbr r r nrrfrrf n trtbt r fntbt bb n f ffr r rr f f n ff f rfntrbbr bntnb nbbtr tbrt fbbbnnb rbnnrbbn rrt r rnbnnrbbn ntfnfn trbtrb tnrt t rf r r r r rtrt rbtnnrttrn brn nbb b rf trtbtrbbr nrbnnrnt bfntbrbrb bntbtnftn trrbnrb fnfnbnrtr tfbbttr rbrtrn trnfr bffrb t tt rnnrt nrbb t nrb rr r rr r r tr f brr b tbr r r tffr trtbt rfnttbb f rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn rfntt bbnn rrr rt r r fntbtnb nt ttn t tf t r tr f bn r bb t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bbn n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bbb rt r r fntbtnb r nn t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn rnb t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bn n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn n rfntt bbn rt r r rr rr rffrntbfrbbb tnttnnn rrbtrt r rrffrntb rbnfrbbtr rnbttbtfnbtntbt nntnbnb trt rrtbtnfrnt rfrbfbtf fbnbnntb nrtfnbr rnnn t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t rfrrbtr rnnbntnr nnbtt brtbtnnn frbtbrttn rnbtntn fbttrf rfnbrbtb tbntrrtntnt fbrtbtbtbr ftnbbrfbttfn tbntbtnnn bfrbtbrttnn bbrtftnrtntn brrftbfftn rrbtntnfb rbtfrbt rrr r rftbntt r brrnn rnn tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr t t t n r bbt nb t t fbrb nnbn rfntt bb r fntbtnb n n n nr tt tnt tf t r tr f bn rnn t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bn n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn n rfnttbn b fr rfnfrn tb tr ff frf f tf b bfb nr rn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnr rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nnbn b rfntt bbnn rrr r r fntbtnb r n tt tnt tf t r tr f bn rb t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfnttbb n f r rfrf ntbn rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn n rfntt bb rr r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn b rfntt bbn r fntbtnb r nn t ttnr ttr f t r tr f bn rb t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t rrt tbt bn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfnttbbn r f rr rt rfrf ntb nn rffr rfr fr rfftff fftfr tfff ff rb t t t bb nt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn

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r fnt nnbtb frrf ff r ff b fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f f fffr f rrfr ntbrntr rr rrr rnt tttttr rnt r fr rf nr brf r f n rtt tt tt rntf t rtrt t rtt t trr fr ntrr f tr nt f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr br fnr r rntbnr ff f r f f fff f r rt brbnb t rfnttbbb f r rfrf ntbn rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn nb rfnttbbb f rf rfrf ntb rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nnbn b rfntbttb f n fffn rrfrn tfbbb rn nn bf n n n rtrb n r r ff n n b n n n n f n trrf f rr n rn rr rrfr rr ttn bbtn tbn fbf fffn f bbfbb tff tbff bff fbbb fbt fftfbb n f r f n n n r f ttbt b r fntbb b f rr r f fffr rf fr ff f f fffff r ff f rfrrr rntbbr rrrr rrbn rrrr ntfr fr fr bbrr bb ffb b b b b rrfr brrf rbrr rrfb rrrfrr bnnbr n frrrbnbrf rrrr rf rb ftr fr r trf r f r frr frfr rrbr rrr tfrrrf fr rrrr ffrtbr rfrfrr frrr r rnbn rb n rfff rbr rb nnr r r rrrrb rrrt rn nnt rrf trtbt bt rfntbbnnnnbrf bbnbbbn n bnnnnn nbn rfntbnn t rfntbn tt f f rf f rr rfnrtbfrf ntnnr bntbnrffbf r fntbntt nnfnbfrf nrfnftnbr bf f b rbfbrf r rf b rfrf nbrrfrf nfnnb nbrf bnrfbfnf rntntbnr rrnrf rnnnnn bfbnr nbfrbtbfrf nb rr r rr b r r f bnbnrr rn bnbn nn fnfrbbf rf bfbf f nnnr b rfnrf n nfrnrn bffr rb bbfbrr r rbrn bfrfnf tnbr rfnfrf tnbrrn nfnrbfb rrfrf nrbrff rbrft nf r bnrb bnntbn btnt r f ntb rrr nn nn rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nn bnnb trfrftn nfntrbb f rfrft brrbbbftrf bbnbnb nbbttbnr nffbrnrfb bbrnbnbnr bnnnfb trn n bnnftbbt nb r nnn nr r n n r nn nn n rn fn n r bbn n r bb n r bb n r n r n n r bn n r br n r n r n r n r n r n r nr f fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trn btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb bnrb b b r f r n tb nb f nt t t rfnrtbfrf ntnnr rffbfr n bfbbnn bbrbbbfrf nrfnftnbr bf t rrbfb rf frf bnb rfbnr nfbrbffbfr rnfb rrnrf rnnnnf rn nnbfbn rnbfrbtbfr f t b r r f r ttn fr f t rr r n rb rr bt bb t r rt f r f f f f t brrf nb bn brn rrbff tnbrr r r tt nnrf rnfbt nf t nfnrbfb t bt b bb t t bnrb b r fntb bnt frrf ff r ff b f rr f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f frrf ff f f rrf fff rf ff ff f rrfr ntbrntr rr rrr rnt tttttr rnt fn rf fr r f rbr f r bb n rtt tt tt rntf t rtrt t rtt t trr fr ntrr f tr nt f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr nbr frr rntbr ff f r f f fff f r rt bnrbb t r fntb n ff frff ffbn r fr frffr frffr f rf frff r ff b fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f ff fffr r ff f f rrfr ntbrntr rr rrr rnt tttttr rnt r ffr rf rtr f rr ff f f f fn fbfr b f f nfbf f r f rn fbfrb n fbfr n rtt tt tt rntf t rtrt t rtt t trr fr ntrr f tr nt f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr nbr frr rntbr ff f r f f fff f r rt bnrbb r fntb n frf ff r ff b fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f ff f f rrfr ntbrntr rr rrr rnt tttttr rnt trr fff br r f rnr f r n rtt tt tt rntf t rtrt t rtt t trr fr ntrr f tr nt f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr nbr frr rntbr ff f r f f fff f r rt bnrbb t r f r n tb tt nt nt t rfnrtbfrf ntnnr rffbfr n bfbbnn bbrbbbfrfn rfnftnbrbf tr rbfbrf frf bnb rfbnr nfbrbffbfr rnfb rrnrf rnnnnf rnn nnbfbn rnbfrbtbfr f f b r rr rb rb rrt n tt t tt t t t t brrf nbbn brn bfrr tnbrr rr tt nnrf rnfbt nf t nfnrbfb t bt b bb t t bnrb b rfnttbbb n frrr rrt r rfnfrn tb r ff frf f fb bf b nr r b t t t bb nt t nfbb rnb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnr rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nnbn bb r fntbn ttnt f f ff ff ffff ff ffff f f f f r fr rf ntb bff f rn rr r nfn n f bn r bbtt fntbnrrr rfn frff ffftb r fn n brr bff r ft bbff rn bbb t t f tb rn r rf nf r rn nr r fnr b b n tb tb fb f nf rf f ffbt f bt tb t b b bnntbn b rff n t b n n rfnt nb f r br bfb rb f br rr rr rb bfnt fntn r bf br r rbf r fntn bf r r brb r f br fntn b rrf rrntrnnnb rrntrrrrrr rbnr rfrrrr fb rnnb trrfb tn rfntb b r fnf rtbrfnntrbr rrrbnrr ffft rrrr r frfnf ntt rf r rntrrbbrfnntrbr rrrbnrr rrrr frrr r fr nrn rf n rtbnnrfnntrbr rrrbnrr rnrr frrr r rfn tnt r frnt ttbf rbrr bff f rrbrr r rf fnt b n b r bt tb b r b r t