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Title: The Apopka chief
Uniform Title: Apopka chief (Apopka, Fla. 1988)
West Orange news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John E. Ricketson
Place of Publication: Apopka Fla
Publication Date: 09-14-2012
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apopka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Apopka
Coordinates: 28.676075 x -81.510618 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for <Jun. 7, 1950-Dec. 26, 1956> also have numbering of: West Orange news.
General Note: Description based on: Vol.1,no. 12 (Jun. 7, 1950).
General Note: Issues for <1998>-published
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SEPTEMBER 14 Columnist note: Probably one of the most disturbing occur rences of recent U.S. politics was the appearance of former president Bill Clinton as key endorser of President Hussein Obama at last weeks Democrat convention. It wasnt bad enough that he was being pronounced as one of the most popular pols presently promenading, but everyone, even Fox News commentators, were extolling his speech and orato ry skills as truly outstanding, if not todays best. A few other things to remember are his disbarment for lying under oath, being only the second president to be im peached, Monica Lewinsky under his desk in the Oval Of was Arkansas Atty. General, $850,000 payment to Paula Jones to shut her up, etc., etc. The following is a column from 1996 featuring dozens of even more deadly events for his record. A great speechmaker and convincer!? So was Adolph Hitler! The column was head ed, For Clinton presidency, its dead men stalking. AUGUST 23, 1996 Sunday, August 18, was the occasion of two recurring type events in the continuing saga of Bill Clinton. He celebrated his 50th birthday at a fundrais er in New York City and vic tims 57 through 65 of people associated with his life were crash on a mountain near his vacation site in Wyoming. The transport carried a crew of eight, the presidential lim ousine and a Secret Service agent. Whether ruled accidents, suicides, homicides or Arkan cides, all 65 died in a violent manner before or since his in auguration as president. Ironically, the AP report on his party relates Clinton mentioning the people in his life (mother, Vince Foster, Ron Brown) who have died since this was precipitated by nostal gia, conscience or his usual in your face, catch me if you can bravado, Ill leave it up to you. The bulk of the roster of the deceased were not men tioned by Bill, but heres a par September 1, 1965: Lu ther Jerry Parks, of Little Rock, whose company supplied guards for Clintons presidential campaign headquarters was mowed down in a hail of ting him. Jon Parcell Walker, Senior Specialist for the Resolution Trust Corp., who was trying to get the Madison Guaranty Sav ings and Loan investigation moved to Washington, D.C. from Kansas City, fell to his death from the Lincoln Towers in Arlington, Va, where he was inspecting a possible apart ment rental. May 10, 1995: Kathy Fer guson, estranged wife of Ar kansas State Trooper, who brought Paula Jones to Clin tons hotel suite, commit ted Arkancide with a pis tol. Three weeks later, Kathys live-in boyfriend, Bill Shelton, committed Arkancide with a pistol also. In both cases, the bullet entry hole was behind the ear. July 30, 1992: C. Victor Raiser II and his son were killed in a private plane crash in good weather near Anchor age, Alaska. Raiser was a for Clinton presidential primary campaign and had soured on Bill. March 1, 1994: Herschel Friday, another member of Raisers committee and an ex pert pilot, was killed when Most Americans are fa miliar with SuperPACs, a fundraising mechanism at the federal level that you see run ning commercials on TV every night. What is less known are the state equivalents here in Florida. In this article, I will review for you three kinds of committees that are allowed to accept limitless donations and make purchases with the pur pose of affecting a campaign. Next week, I will submit an article that reviews Super PACs and the like at the feder al level. From the two articles, I hope you will understand the differences between campaign ethics laws at the state and fed eral levels. In Florida, there are three committees that can be formed to fundraise for the purpose of affecting an election: Politi cal Committee (PC), Commit tee of Continuous Existence (CCE), and Electioneering Communications Organization (ECO). Unlike contributions be ing made directly to candi dates, donations to these com mittees are largely limitless. These committees are limited to contributing $500 directly to candidates, just like compa nies and individuals, but largely they spend their funds di rectly on expenses to support a particular issue or candidate. Therein lies the loophole. In stead of donating $2000 to a candidate which is illegal to pay for a mailer, the committee can simply spend the $2000 to directly purchase the mailer. There are some distinct differences between PCs, CCEs, and ECOs. Each type of committee has unique limits and abilities within the politi cal process they are meant to serve. A PC is formed to support candidates, even CCEs, other PCs, or ECOs. PCs are used as a sponsor of constitutional ini tiatives that go on the ballot. PCs may purchase electioneer ing communications and are not limited in their expendi tures unless directly to a candi date, which is limited to $500. PCs may contribute to CCEs, political parties, or ECOs with no limits. PC funds may only be used for the purposes of the the results of an election. Do nations to PCs are not limited, unless the PC is formed for the direct purpose to support or which case, the limit is $500. CCEs are formed for the express purpose of donating Want to know about the Wekiva Parkway construction progress? Need speakers for your club, church group or ho meowners association meet ing? Keep reading. The completion of Wekiva Parkway is underway. You can about the road on its own web site, www.wekivaparkway. com. Previously, information on the Parkway was found on the Orlando Orange County Expressway Authoritys website. The section of the Daniel Webster Western Beltway of State Road 429 and the John Land Apopka Expressway, State Road 414, to the Wekiva Parkway at U.S. 441 at Plym outh is expected to be com pleted in December. This section of road will ease the com mute from Northwest Orange County to points south, east and even north. The Wekiva Parkway is a joint project of the Orlando Orange County Expressway Authority (OOCEA) and the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The FDOT, through its Turnpike Enter prise, will construct the section of Wekiva Parkway from I-4 in Seminole County to Mt. Plym outh Road in Orange Coun ty. The OOCEA will build the section of the Parkway to Mt. Plymouth Road on the east and into Lake County on the West. The section of the Wekiva Parkway that goes west into Lake County will truly be a joint project with the FDOT. The FDOT will construct roads in Lake County that will give drivers direct access to the Parkway from U.S. 441 in Mount Dora. When you go to the www. wekivaparkway.com website, you will see that the sections of the Wekiva Parkway that will be constructed by the OO CEA are noted as Sections 1A through 2C. Design began on Sections 1A and 1B in June. Section 2A began in August. Design began on Section 2B in June, and design for Section 2C was advertised in July. What does it all mean? It Our position This Week In Gods Word Mema SaysIs Signore Willie meant to be Obamas Axelrod replacement God, Israel, Jerusalem are not welcome at Democrat ConventionNeed speakers for club or group, read onGroups that can accept limitless donations Publisher John Ricketson General Manager Neoma Knox Editor John Peery Reporters Richard Corbeil Sherry Brunson Neal Fisher Photographer Tammy Keaton Marketing Director Jackie Trefcer Advertising Anita WalkerThe Apopka ChiefThe Apopka ChiefA weekly newspaper founded in 1923 September 14, 2012, Page 4A Apopka Event of the Week A Community Health Fair will be presented by Solomon Lodge 53 of Apopka on Saturday, September 15, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Taylor Apartments, 131 E. 15th Street, Apopka.Opinion And many that sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, and some to shame and everlasting contempt. And they that be wise shall and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever. Daniel 12:2 and 3. Misbehaving is not cute when its not age appropriate. See BRUMMER Page 5A Last week, at the Democratic Na tional Convention, we found very in teresting what appeared to be a minor event. the Democrats platform for the 2012 presidential campaign was amended to include a reference to God, and an ad mittance that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. Many who are enemies of Israel want to claim that Jerusalem should be the Palestinian capital. Those who are committed to the de struction of Israel as a nation and to the annihilation of the Jewish people as a group around the world, dont want Jerusalem recognized as the capital of Is rael. They also want a world without Jewish people anywhere in the world, but, especially, in the land that God gave the Jews thousands of years ago. Before the amended platform, the Democrats were happy to not even rec ognize God nor acknowledge that Je rusalem is the capital of Israel. And, if you saw the so-called voice vote among the delegates at the convention, you know that the necessary two-thirds ap proval was not met. It was a 50-50 voice vote at best. The bottom line is that Jerusalem, Israel, and God were not welcomed at the convention. We cannot help but contrast that with the 1960 Democratic Nation al Convention where John F. Kennedy was nominated. During his acceptance speech, not only did the future president acknowledge and mention God, but he even quoted from the Bible. Here is what JFK said in that accep tance speech: Recall with me the words of Isaiah that, They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary. As we face the coming great chal lenge, we, too, shall wait upon the Lord, and ask that He renew our strength. Then shall we be equal to the test. Then we shall not be weary. Here we have a man who wanted to be president of the United States, and he not only mentioned God, but sought his guidance and strength. Can you imagine one of the speak ers at this months Democratic National Convention doing this? Neither can we, and that speaks volumes. See NELSON Page 5A See CORBEIL Page 5A Send letters to the editor online at www.theapopkachief.com, mail: The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka, 32704 or email: news@theapopkachief.comInclude your full name, address, and daytime telephone number so we can verify the letter and discuss any questions we have. Your address and phone number will not be printed. Each type of committee has unique limits and abilities. State Representative Bryan Nelson on the Florida Gift Ban Law Quotable

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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 5A Folderol? an oldfashioned word meaning, foolishness and nonsense. view of conservatives. It helps them paint us as, Too old-fashioned to be Cool. And, of course, it follows: Not likable? OUT. Dont have the moves on a dance OUT. Dont have your own brewery in your house? OUT. White? OUT! Black and conservative? Out! ing: Black conservatives are one of the rotten legs supporting the racist stool that is the Tea Party GOP. Tea Party folks black conservatives) vote the same as supportservatives of all stripes are out cruising the hood, dragging chains salivating at the thought of chaining Afriments, until after the election. Am I the only one who sees the absurdity in that kind of thinking? who wants to drive a vehicle must have a state-issued Show your photo ID. Uh, huh again, need a photo ID. over those outrageous reOUT! Believe America is ExcepOut! Believe in the REAL constitutional AmeriOUT! Believe The ConOUT! OUT! OUT! OUT! another of the rotten legs supporting the stool of the Sexist stool. Naral and Planned Parenthood have the right to do whatever women should have to endure an invasive procedure, dure, and suffer, the invasive procedure called tion. Come on a sonogram is no more invasive than unspoken) invasive procedure might ever BABY! YOU WE you own contraceptives, as well. In other words, grow up and accept the consequences that come with freedom. Oh, Folderol!!Comments Welcomenews@theapopkachief.com Patti BanksonThe Way I See It Patti BanksonSponsored byApopka Of ce Supply437 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. 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They were found in the nearby countryside where Fahmy Nalak, Clintons appointed medical examiner, claimed they fell asleep on the tracks and were run over by a train. Six people in the MenaBryant area who claimed special knowledge of the boys deaths, died violently in the next year. Keith Coney traf shotgun in face; Keith McKaskle 13 stab wounds; Jeff Rhodes shot in head and burned; Richard Winters shot-gunned; Jordan Keelson shot-gunned. November 30, 1993: Ed Willey, manager of Clintons committee, committed Arkancide with a pistol. These people may not be as famous as Foster and Brown, but they all had one thing in common their lives, and some three dozen more, intersected with Bill Clintons and then, their lives ended in a violent manner. Even if you believe that all this could be coincidental, you must admit it makes the Godfather Trilogy look positively pastoral by comparison. Of course, what is occurring here is an unending, unbelievable stream of horror that has set off denial in the minds of the general public and even more so with the cover-up, liberal media-mindset. As I write this, James Mcmeans that the property owners who have waited for years to transfer their property to the OOCEA will be contacted by the Authority shortly, with sale in the next year to 15 months. It is expected that Sections 1A through 3B will be completed in 2015. Fortunately for me, few people recall that, after sponsoring the legislation that enabled construction of the road, I wrote in this column that we would be driving on the road by 2011. Now, I will tell you about the speakers for your group. Michele Maikisch and Mary Brooks, of the OOCEA and FDOT, are seeking opportunities to get the information out about the future public meetings and construction of the road. If you would like for your group to hear about the Wekiva Parkway plans and construction, contact Mary Brooks at info@wekivaparkway.com or call her at 407-694-5505.Brummer: Some sections expected to be completed in 2015 Continued from page 4ACorbeil: What is occurring is an unending stream of horror Continued from page 4ABy Christine Moore School Board Member The beginning of each school year, I spend one morning a week visiting schools. Conversations center on instruction, enrollment, school special needs, and of course dialogue about reform trends. During one of these visits, I requested a visit to the kitchen to see if the food was truly getting more nutritious. And was I ever surprised to see what fare was being served at Clarcona Elementary. The buffet included a small piece of baked chicken, fresh green beans, sweet potato tots, and the choice of a 50/50 salad with cucumbers, carrots and tomatoes. I couldnt believe the kids would eat that well. So, I went out into the lunchroom and, sure enough, the children were enjoying their food. Currently, all Orange County Public Schools are implementing new meal pattern guidelines required by the Healthy Hunger-free Kids Act. These additional requirements include: age-appropriate calorie limits, students must take at least one serving of produce and all grain servings such as pasta, breads, cereals, rice must be at least 51 percent whole grain. All the schools have already been serving fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the week, one percent, fat-free with romaine/spring mix lettuce and fresh spinach and chef-inspired, kid-approved recipes. Applying the new meal pattern guidelines will ensure that the students receive high quality, nutritious meals that include locally grown foods, quality products, as well as variety and choice options. Last year, the Legislature transferred responsibility for school lunch programs to the Agricultural Department. The hope was to develop increased purchasing power with locally grown commodities, ensuring higher quality and lower prices. It appears as if this is successful as the OCPS program operates annually in the black and student participation rates have steadily increased. I believe it is important to train our children to eat healthier meals, thus reducing medical care and costs. While some do not like the free meal programs, take solace in the fact that as children begin to consume healthy foods and take responsibility for their own health, medical bills will decrease. Healthy children also mean better learners. And better learners make for a higher quality workforce. Investing in childrens health today will pay great dividends for a stronger America tomorrow. I am so glad the children are being fed nutritious meals.Schools are implementing new meal pattern guidelinesits funds to candidates, committees, and/or political parties. Unlike PCs, CCEs cannot make independent purchases or purchase electioneering communications (such as ads or mailers). CCEs may not contribute to PCs greattheir annual income. CCEs require bylaws and membership and must acquire twentymembership dues. As long as membership dues, donations to CCEs are limitless. CCEs may contribute only $500 to candidates or PCs supporting/opposing candidates. They are unlimited in their contributions to ECOs and political parties. ECOs, which are unlimited in the amount of contributions they can accept from any committee or entity, are formed for the express purpose of purchasing electioneering communications. ECOs are limited in that they cannot campaign expressly for one candidate or oppose another, or donate to a political party, but may support or oppose issues. ECOs can run ads that will affect the outcome of an election without mentioning any candidate names. As you can see, money can be funneled between these three types of committees in order to affect elections and candidates without ever actually donating to a campaign. Only candidates and PCs supContinued from page 4Alimited to $500 contributions; everyone else can accept and distribute limitless funds. As cials can no longer be given as much as a cookie from someone who works for a company, with a lobbyist, they can receive thousands of dollars in their CCEs and ECOs instead. I hope you realize how backward this is, and how we are in need of logic-based reform. Dougal, former heads of Madison Guarantee and one of Clintons business partners, is to be sentenced on Monday, August 19, facing up to 84 years in jail his part in the savings and loan looting. With the latest Newsweek and ABC polls showing Dole and Clinton in a dead heat, it wont take too much more scandal to get this godfathers godfather out of the Oval Ofwhere he belongs. Thou shalt not kill. Thou shalt not commit adultery. Thou shalt not steal. Exodus 20: 13, 14, and 15.Nelson: ECOs, unlimited in contributions

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By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Thats why they play the game is a popular saying in the world of sports as the underdog wins or at least is competitive more times than expected. However, when the Apopka and Wekiva swimming teams met last Tuesday, September 11, at the Lake Brantley swimming complex, that was not the case. The meet went exactly as it looked like it would on paper. The Wekiva girls took a convincing 108-63 victory and the Apopka boys were chal lenged, but held off their opponent to defeat them by a 96-89 score. The meet began on Thursday, September 6, but was races, due to the rains which were in the Central Florida area that night. Obviously, we are happy with the result, but we also set several school records in the process, Jeff Sharpe, the Mustangs girls coach said. One of our goals was to deBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff At 7:30 tonight, Friday, September 14 at Mustang Field, after taking on two ranked teams to start its season, the credentials of the opponent gets as stacked as possible as the number one ranked Dr. Phillips Panthers revisit an Apopka foe in the form of the Wekiva Mustangs. It is the second game in three weeks against an Apopka foe for Dr. Phillips. The teams met for the lips Bill Spoone Stadium and the result was a footnote for a team which was not just coming off a 10-plus win season, but a run to the-then Class 6A was primed to repeat. Coming in at 0-2, the Mustangs have lost both of its games by a combined of nine points, the result of a small handful of blown coverages and turnovers which have determined the critical stretches of time in the favor of the opponent. For football fans, it is a horse which has been beaten since the beginning of the game. But it is that way because it is the difference between winning and losing in its simplest terms and with it comes why, the best defense is a good offense. That basic philosophy of football is always the case, but this week it is so the case for Wekiva as Dr. Phillips enters its scene. They have excellent contributors on both sides of the ball, Mustangs coach Ty Parker said. The offense and Meeks and Harrell get the attention because they play the glamour positions.. But make no doubt about it. They are skilled and deep everywhere. They have great athleticism across the board. They dont win just because of Meeks and Harrell. They have players who are good enough to be featured. They are just simply, and unfortunately for them, playing with Meeks and Harrell. For us, again, we cant make mistakes. We have to play better this week. We have done that every week, but Dr. Phillips is the one team no opponent can afford to make those three or four bad plays against. We need to get better production out of our offense. Better production means more points and with that comes the ability to eat up the clock First down And again, we cant give up the big play. We made the mistake against East River and paid. Dr. Phillips will do the same. East River turned the mistakes into touchdowns, Dr. Phillips will too. It revolves around running back Reggie Brown, who spearheaded a 201-82 rushing advantage against the Falcons. But the senior-laden defense gave up 179 yards through the two of which were 61-and 67yard touchdowns. After assessing what the Panthers offer its opponents, the question is can Brown put on another 172 yard like rushing performance while By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Two games, a combined difference of eight points, thats all that has separated East River and Wekiva as both conclusions featured drive-killing plays from the defense which secured victory. Last year, the Falcons were trailing by four points and nal minute as it drove inside the 15-yard line. The Mustangs made two drive-killing plays as it held the offense out of the end zone to secure a victory. Last Monday, September 10, Wekiva had the ball inside three minutes when both times East River made the big play which killed the potential winning drive and secured a 17-13 victory. For the second conattempted drive by the losing team was necessary because of earlier lapses, including six fumbles and two long touchdown passes. Although Wekiva lost only two fumbles, the other four fumbles (three fumbles were mishandled snaps) were wasted plays. Like most high school games, it was originally scheduled for a Friday, the previous one, September 7, but postponed to last Monday due to lightning as bad weather hovered over Central Florida. We gave up only two or three big plays, but they were the critical ones and the difference, Mustangs coach Ty Parker said. We gave them up for touchdowns and on third and long. We gave up a touchdown on the opening play from scrimmage. We gave up the winning touchdown with about three and a half minutes left when we had them in third and 19. There was no reason for us to bite on the fake run. We had the secondary in deep coverage, because it was a long yardage situation and our defensive backs and safeties are seniors across the board. And we bought the play-action on the winning touchdown. We have seniors with game experience, but we need leader ship. We are still developing it. Some of our players who are in key positions are young, even sophomores. When that is the case, there needs to be leader ship to guide and alleviate the youth. We are making headway, but we arent at the point we need to be. By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Showing resiliency in all phases of the game after starting quarterback Zack Darlington went out with a serious leg injury, the Apopka Blue Darters scored two second-half touchdowns to defeat the Lake Brantley Patriots, 15-9, Friday, September 7, in the home opener for the Darters. It took a while for the Apopka offense to become effective after Darlington went out, but in the second half, the Blue Darters (1-1) dominated from the middle of the third quarter by using the singlewing offense. Apopka ended the night with 227 yards rushing on 49 attempts with 76 of the yards coming on the go-ahead touchdown by sophomore Ray Ray Smith with just 13 seconds remaining in the third period. Smith led all rushers with 142 yards on 25 carries. Most of Apopkas rushing game was not that dramat ic as 33 of the Blue Darters rushes went for three yards or less. But, it was good enough to move the chains, especially nal 5:43 of the game on a drive that went just 42 yards and didnt end in a score, but exhausted the clock, preserving the victory. Smith carried the ball 11 of the drives 13 plays. I am so proud of them, head coach Rick Darlington said of the Blue Darters. This is just a great team win. We didnt hang our heads. Our team showed great character. I cant think of a more pleasing win. Great character may be an old-school trait, but it was appropriate on this night when the offensive game plan went out the window because of Zack Darlingtons leg injury and the Darters resurrected the old-school single-wing, an ofseasons, but had scrapped for more up-to-date formations. I had a feeling wed better put it in, so we used it Wednesday (in practice), Rick Darlington said. We were very simple. We had to go back to our old-school stuff out of necessity. Very early on, Apopka moved the ball almost at will in the opening drive of the game until the play that sent shock waves through the entire Apopka sideline. Thats when Zack Dar lington suffered the serious leg injury while trying to recover an Apopka fumble at the Lake Brantley 10-yard line. His leg was caught in the turf as he tried to fall on the loose ball. But, the junior quarterback was hit by Lake Brantley line backer Dominic Zanca on a legitimate play, severely injur ing Darlingtons left leg. by the team doctor on the sideline as a fractured leg, but Rick Darlington heard later that his sons leg was not broken. Until that play, the Blue Darters had driven from their own 20 to the Lake Brantley 10-yard line in just sevdowns. After the injury to Zack Darlington, with 8:57 Darters did not make another minutes left in the third period, although an 84-yard apparent score by Smith was brought back by a holding penalty. But, the Apopka defense, as it did almost the entire game, snuffed out the Lake Brantley offense, forcing and recovering a fumble just three plays after Zack Darlington went out. However, the Apopka offense, still reeling from the injury, couldnt do anything with the turnover and the Patriots got the ball back at their own quarter. Two big plays got the Patriots into the end zone, a 30yard pass from Damon Haecker to Patrick Wheeler was the 38 yards for the touchdown. He then kicked the extra point to give Lake Brantley a 7-0 The Apopka ChiefSeptember 14, 2012, Page 1B See the story at the top of the page about Apopkas come-frombehind victory over border rival, Lake Brantley. With quarterback Zack Darlington injured, the team went to the single wing of fense and scored two touchdowns during the second half.Q. In what two sports did Apopka and Wekiva high schools meet each other? A. The boys and girls bowling and swimming teams from each school faced each other in both sports this past week. Wekivas bowling squads took both meets from Apopka. The swimming squads split their two meets. SportsWho: Dr. Phillips Panthers (2-0 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-5) at Wekiva Mustangs (0-2 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, Sept. 14, 7:30 p.m. Where: Wekiva Highs Mustang Field Why: Non-district, Metro Conference game Cost: $6 at the gate See DARTERS Page 6BUndeterred by Darlingtons injury, Darters defeat PatriotsEast River goes to the air to stun Wekiva with late touchdownTop-ranked Dr. Phillips Panthers pay a visit to Wekiva MustangsDuring Apopkas rst offensive drive, quarterback Zack Darlington rolls to his left after executing the play-action fake with Daquon Isom. Lake Brantleys Dominic Zanca covers Isom as Jevric Blocker looks on. See photos of this game on page 7B. A ock of the Falcons defense gives the Mustangs quarterback Bart Bell little room to run during the game, which was played on Monday, September 10 due to bad weather. See WEKIVA Page 7B See MEET Page 4B See MUSTANGS Page 4B City rivals meet once again in the waterWekivas Megan Worrell swims the backstroke during her teams meet with Apopka. She was a member of one of the two relay teams which set school records.

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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 3B Talk about impressive performances, the Apopka Blue Darters gutted one out last week with their 15-9 victory over the Lake Brantley Patriots. an old-style heavyweight boxing match where the two big guys slug each other, but one of them gets in a monster blow early, nearly knocking out his opponent before that opponent gathers himself throughout the bout, surviving until landing his own big hit that keeps his foe on the canvas for good. Apopka, of course, took the huge hit early with quarterback Zack Darlington going down with a leg injury that, at tured leg. However, x-rays later revealed that it wasnt broken. When that happened, the Blue Darters were clearly reeling from the huge uppercut to the chin. They were dazed, no doubt. Throughout the rest of quarter, the Patriots kept landing blows. But, they never could quite put the Darters away. Thats because the Apopka defense played like the Apopka defense of about 2001-2006. Twice, Lake Brantley had the ball inside the Apopka 10 and came away with no points. On one of those possessions, and-goal at the 2-yard line and were denied. The other time inside the 10, it turned the game in Apopkas favor not only with momentum, but with points. The Blue Darters Isaiah Buehler picked up a Lake Brantley fumble at the Apopka 15 and ran it back 85 yards for an apparent score. A blocking in the back penalty 30 the score. But, not to worry, the offensive line opened up a clear lane for Ray Ray Smith, who outran the rest of the Lake Brantley defense for a 76-yard touchdown. When he added the 2-point conversion, it gave the Blue Darters a 15-9 lead they wouldnt relinquish. Those two plays were the big blows that put Lake Brantley down on the canvas, but the nal drive of the game when the Blue Darters did nothing but move the chains, running out To me, that drive showed a ton of character for the young men of this team, especially on offense. The Apopka defense had already shown me that character with its goal-line stand earlier and with its overall performance for the entire game. On offense, the Blue Darters grew up big time with lots of young guys and those with experience coming together to grab that common goal a huge win over a big rival in front of the home crowd. A night off Its almost too bad for the Blue Darters that they dont have a game today, Friday, Sepmomentum of the win over Lake Brantley would be good to carry over to another contest, but the break in the schedule will allow quarterback Zack Darlington the chance to get closer to getting back on the Last year at this time, the Blue Darters were 0-2 and after two huge turnovers against Olympia following the open date, they were 0-3 overall and Now, Apopka is 1-1 and have not only some momendence in their ability to get the job done, no matter the situation. After the 18-point loss to Dr. Phillips to open the season, I wasnt so sure about this team, but the gutty performance against Lake Brantley proved to me that the 2012 Blue Darters are a team that has grown up and will continue to do so. This team will win some games. Dr. Phillips at Wekiva Even with Dr. Phillips quarterback Alton Meeks out, this will be an incredibly tough game for the Mustangs. It will take a near-perfect game from the Mustangs for them to come away with a victory against the Panthers. Dr. Phillips is outstanding on defense and up-and-coming on offense. I am sure their offense will take a step backward offensively due to Meeks injured leg, but that will only serve as a wake-up call to the DP defense, which will mean trouble for opposing offenses. The Mustangs must keep mistakes to a minimum and, somehow, move the chains. Wekivas offense doesnt need to be pretty, but it does need to be effective. Plus, playing the Panthers on a Friday following a Monday game against East River will be a short turnaround week for the Mustangs. The 17-13 loss to East River is, no doubt, a disappointment, but the players need to keep forging ahead. Even is they fall to Dr. Phillips, that wont affect any playoff aspirations for the Mustangs. Fortunately, the game against Dr. Phillips is not a district contest. That will begin on September 21 when Wekiva travels to West Orange. Wekiva getting a victory over Dr. Phillips may be asking too much for this young team. The score will be Dr. Phillips 31-Wekiva 14. Apopkas defense denied Patriots the winBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff In an effort to help the family of Apopka High school student, Danielle Sampson the Apopka girls basketball team collected donations during the football teams home game against Lake Brantley last Friday September, 7. The effort netted $997, which was donated to the family. Sampson was critically injured on Sunday, July 29 when a bullet struck her in the head. Her family was traveling in its minivan after attending church when it got caught in the middle of a shootout in which the shooters were in two other vehicles. Sampson, 15, is a member of the AHS girls basketball, Although still in a coma and unconscious, she has shown improvement recently. She was taken off the ventilator which helped her breathe and time since she was struck. Miriam Jenkins, the head coach of the girls basketball program wishes to thank all those who had a hand in raising the money, Principal Doug Guthrie, Steve Schwartz, Tracy er, Teri Blackwelder, Erin Miner, William Spencer, George Meza, Antonio Aoming, Jayme Colon, the Apopka Blue Darter family in general, the Greater Orlando CARES and Powerline Sounds HD. Tyrone Mosby, 19, has been charged with two counts der and is being held without bond at the Orange County Jail. Sheriff Jerry Demings has also said other arrests may be made in connection to the shooting. Donations are permanently being accepted at gofundme. com/supportdanielle. Danielle SampsonDonations still being accepted for SampsonWekiva bests Apopkas impressive effortBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Even with the loss of its entire starting lineup from last year, Apopka still began its season with two consecutive victories and looked primed to live up to coach John Hausers belief it could continue its tradition of winning as well as competing at the high level it is known for. And, it might still be possible, but last Tuesday, September 11, it ran into what perhaps might turn out to be the biggest problem all the teams in the Central Florida area will face, cross-town rival Wekiva. While the Blue Darters rolled a usually competitive three game series, it was simply not in the class of the Mus2881 to 2650 pins. Of course were glad to win, Wekiva coach Dave Kurtz said, We shot well, but we still have to work on our ability to score spares. We left too many open tonight. We threw a lot of strikes, but so did Apopka. So, the strikes werent enough. We threw enough, but we are going to have to score more in the future. As the season goes on, teams get better and we have other teams which are in that top level on the schedule. After a slow start through game, the Mustangs exerted its game and ability to score strikes as it quickly put itself in a position to win early. And, it did it in the face of the Blue Darters putting up very competitive marks in its own right. Throwing a game of 1022 pins, Wekiva took a 198-pin Both teams dropped their number of pins during the second game as Wekiva managed a However, combined with the difference of 136 pins all but secured the victory. Wekiva the third game by an 898-895 margin. Even though it is only the third meet of the season, it was the best we have bowled all season, Blue Darters coach John Hauser said. We had another good meet, put up a good score and had some talent out there. But, the Mustangs are extremely talented and really good. They were also up for this game. They take pride in knowing we are the team they want to beat and then doing it. It is never fun to lose, but it can also be positive in the long run, the blessing in disguise. I think there was a lot to learn from todays meet. Again, we didnt lose because we were bad. We bowled well, but Wekiva was even better. It should make us realize we have to work harder. What Wekiva did today is the bar to shoot for. We have to go from good to Wekiva good. I am happy with where we are. We did what we did today and we are still young, only three meets old. We have nowhere to go but up from here, which is Wekiva good. Our freshmen need to be more consistent. The Mustangs Dustin Doggett was the meets high scorer as he bowled a series of 637. But, he had stiff competition for top honors. The Blue Darters Justin Thornton threw See IMPRESSIVE Page 11B SELECTED FOR EXCELLENCE Club Season Tryouts 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. Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 9B of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 3B of this newspaper. Veterans Club of Zellwood Station 3rd Annual Golf Outing September 29, 2012Thanks to our generous sponsors, we have been able to help many veterans. 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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 4B the defense gets a handle on the broken coverages? With a plethora of skill and talent in every position as well as depth for what seems to be year after year for the last decade or so, Dr. Phillips is a natAnd it has become what it is known for as it seems to not only win convincingly with it, Last year, while the defense didnt get the same attention, it almost always was able to match the offense in how convincing its contribu tions to the victories were. This year with almost everyone returning, it is even better as it is based out of the three-man front. When the two teams met for the third game of the season during 2011, the Panthers built a 27-0 halftime lead as its play demonstrated it felt it was ness. The business was exert ing that it was the better team by putting the game away ear ly, while the Mustangs came However, Wekiva might have gotten a slight break as a chink in the Dr. Phillips ar mor might exist this week. There is a possibility the status of Dr. Phillips starting quarter back, running back and one of its safeties might not be at full health. Dr. Phillips will probably wait until Friday afternoon to make a decision. Nonetheless, with a string of 10 win seasons, as has been the case the last decade or so, even if any of those players are not at full speed, after opening its season with two victo ries by a combined score of 6635, a chink in the Panthers ar mor, means opponents are still trying to take down a multiplescore favorite. Much of that comes from the depth it possesses. Of the 66 players on the roster, only 10 are sophomores or freshmen. Not only are they talent ed across the board, but they are deep and that is what makes them so good, Parker said. Every team has injuries and bad games, but they always have people to put into the line up. While this is only the second game in which the two programs have met, over the course of the last two years, cross-town Apopka probably knows this all too well. As two of the most tradition-rich programs, Apopka and Dr. Phillips have met over the course of the last several years multiple times, but the last two meetings have ended with a combined score of 67-38 in favor of Dr. Phillips. And at this point in the 2012 season, it looks like the same old, same old. Dr. Phillips opened its 2011 season with a 32-21 victory over perennial ly state ranked and postseason participant, Apopka. The then Dr. Phillips quarterback, Nick Patti overpowered the defense with the whole array of quarter back skills, particularly during the second half. Even with Patti in a Boise State uniform now, the Panthers are still the Panthers the football landscape has come to know and love or at least the Panthers which is at the tip of the tongue when the preseason discussion is about possible state championship contenders. Apopka fell again to Dr. Phillips in the 2012 season opener, by a 35-17 score. In Pattis stead came Alton Meeks, a familiar name to those who follow central Florida high school football. The six foot, 3 inch quarterback transferred from Boone, another perennial postseason participant. The Panthers roared out to a 21-3 halftime lead on two touchdown passes by Meeks and a rushing score by Harrell. yards and seven plays. It was also the opening drive of the season. The Panthers gained possession of the ball via a fumble the other two times it scored just before halftime, another characteristic of champi And then the story was the same against its second ship contender, and perenni al ranked as well as postseason participant Olympia as Dr. Phillips claimed a 31-18 victo ry. Olympia has earned a berth in the regional round of the FHSAA postseason tournament three consecutive years and been ranked that whole time. But Dr. Phillips broke a 7-7 tie during the second quarter and took a 21-10 lead into halftime. The two drives consumed 80 and 65 yards. It won the turnover battle by a 3-0 count. Even though he left the game during the third quarter with an ankle injury, Meeks went 12 of 17 for 139 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. Deonte Gaines gained 132 all-purpose yards. The Boone transfer instantly gives Dr. Phillips an upgrade in the height department and a more powerful runner out of the pocket. And although, he doesnt possess the speed his predecessor did, it is still above average. The two also have differ ent passing styles as Meeks relies more on routes which require passes thrown on a line where the receiver turns back to him, whereas Patti was more known for over the top passes designed to reach the receiver in stride while running down The teams receiving core has also taken on a somewhat new style. It is not only because of the new quarterback, but because of turnover within its ranks. With the graduation of Trey Griffey last year, the Panthers have been left with receivers on the shorter side of what theyre used to. However, even though the receiving core is shorter than it has been, once again, it is still somewhat above average in that category and of course, it is still at the top of the list of athleticism and is loaded with talent. Some of this years top receivers are Zach Autiello, Denzell Hanna and Jahquan Mike. Steven Maloney also catches passes from the tight end position. The one skilled position without a different name is running back. Those responsibilities are handled by Eric Harrell. Last year Harrell rushed for 83 yards on only 13 carries and scored twice on ground during Wekiva. inches, but weighs 200 pounds, making him a low to the ground, power runner. During last years game against Wekiva, Harrell was repeatedly sent up the middle, overpowering the front seven time-after-time. It opened up the passing game for Dr. Phillips and the power with which Harrell ran through Wekivas front seven was the during key times of multiple drives. He is complemented by Gaines and Kerry Barnard added another 66 yards on only four carries against the Mustangs during last years game. If Meeks is unable to play, Maloney and Roy Ma, who is also a running back, are next on the depth chart. If we do what I say we have to, it might be a 10-7 game, a low scoring one, Parker said. That is how Dr. Phillips is defeated. We can get touchdowns, but we have to stop giving them up. Dr. Phillips is a team that opponents need to grow up if they are going to beat them. Game experience, the number of games isnt the only way to measure teams. The players need to start understanding we cant get rattled and shaken during adversity. We have to be more constant in the heat of the battle. They are beatable, but they arent going to beat them selves. It is a worn out saying, but true, when it comes to Dr. Phillips.Mustangs: Continued from page 1Bfeat the Blue Darters, because they are the cross-town rival. One of the other ones is to go undefeated in dual meets once again. Obviously we have to defeat the Blue Darters to go undefeated. But also this was important for us to get the win as a springboard to the undefeated season. It is a win which gets us on the right track as far as what we need to do to go undefeated. But we are also impressed with Apopka. They are in the same position we were a couple of years ago. We wont be able to win by such a large mar gin. They will push and even defeat us if we dont have our best game. We won today because we have more experience and depth. We simply were the more skilled team overall, because we have done it more. That will change as the Apopka swimmers swim and compete more. Twelve events were held, including diving. Sarah Arnheim set new school records in the 50and 100-meter freestyle. The school records for the meter individual medley also fell, to Sarah Brown. Another school record was set with the efforts of Madison Dewey as a 100-meter breaststroke competitor. The quartet of Arnheim, Brown, Madison Dewey and Meagan Worrell crossed the er Mustang entry ever had as a 200-meter individual medley relay team. Blair Ballin joined Arnheim, Brown and Dewey to form the 200-meter freestyle relay team, and the fastest time in that event was produced. The Apopka boys began the meet by winning the 200-meter medley relay and in the process took the lead. The team held the lead for the entirety of the meet. The relay team consists of Ryan Engle, Brandon Van Kuren, Dylan Preble and Hunter Lanovoi. Seven of the 12 events were taken by the Blue Darters, but the Mustangs did not go away as it never trailed by more than 13 points. The Blue Darters biggest lead was established after the 500-meter freestyle, which was the eighth race. It speaks well of the Wekiva boys coaches, the Charboneaus that they can attract so many boys to swimming, Apopka coach Jerry Russell said. The team has obviously been working hard and will be a major threat to us at the Metro Conference and district championship meets. It was a very near thing, especially after our setbacks in the diving and backstroke. But our 100-yard breaststroke events ish strong with our four fastest style relay. The Mustang girls coach es and captains have built their team into a power. But we are especially proud of sophomore Elizabeth Ahrens, who took and Jenna Kern deserve much credit for fashioning their team into a swimming power. Team captains Brandon Vankuren and Josh Trevino as well as junior standouts Dylan Preble and Hunter Lanovoi style relay team. 500-meter freestyle. Sisters Brooke and Paige Mahoney earned second and third in the diving competi tion, producing the win for the most overall points in the diving competition. First place in the 50-meter freestyle race was also taken by Trevino. Lanovoi was the fastest swimmer in the 200and 500-meter freestyle race. First place earns six points in dual meets. The other positions decrease by one point, starting with four for second place.Meet: Continued from page 1B Competing for Wekiva, Robert Leavitt swims in one of the freestyle races during the teams meet against Apopka earlier this week. The meet was held at Lake Brantley, which Wekiva uses for as its home facility. Hello Folks, I dont know about you, but Im really enjoyin the rain weve been gettin over the past few days. Our lakes are improvin, water levels in has been really good. Lots of folks are gettin on the water and still catchin plenty of bluegills and shellcrackers. The Harris Chain is still goin strong, and so are the lakes that pull off the St. Johns River. Big Lake Har ris, Little Lake Harris, Dead River and Haines Creek have been good over the summer, and there seems to be no letup the pads, under the docks, in the canals, and just about anywhere there is some type of cover. Red worms and crick ets are good baits to use in those areas. Also, on the Harris Chain, folks are catchin plenty of bass in those lakes. Lake Eustis and Lake Harris have been producin some nice bass, and the action has been steady throughout the day. water in the chain, please take eas. Im gettin reports of nice bass bein caught in those ar eas on swim baits, Rat-LTraps, and topwater baits. Try and locate some eel grass and work that area real good. Some folks are catchin some nice bass by slow-rollin spinnerbaits over the eel grass, too. Once the sun gets up, you er cover with plastic worms, and crawdad type baits. You in those areas as well. Make sure you dont use too heavy a jig. You want the jig to fall slowly to the bottom. You have to watch your line real good because those big bass will swim off with your jig, and youll never know that you had a bite. Over on the St. Johns doin real good. Our recent in the mouth of the canals and the feeder creeks, you should around feedin on the bait can catch em on swim baits, plastic worms, and small crankbaits. The bluegills and shellcrackers are bitin in the rivthe shoreline cover like the pads and the laydowns. Red worms, crickets and grass shrimp have been the best baits to use on the river. Its been reported that folks are catchin their limits of bluegills in Lake Woodruff on red worms and crick ets. You can also catch some the bends of the SJR on nightcrawlers and stink-baits. The Wekiva River has been good If you can get on the waon Lake Monroe and up at the Crows Bluff area of the SJR. Folks are catchin a mixed few mullet, as well. So, if you tin. See ya next week. gills in the shade. Save a few and good luck. Catch plenty of bass in the Harris ChainWith Zack Darlington injured, open date might work out for the best for Apopka The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is accepting applica tions for contracted nuisance alligator trappers in Orange County. Applicants must reside in Orange County, have a clean and wildlife violations. Prefer ence will be given to those Or ange County applicants who live west of Semoran Bouleof S.R. 50 and west of Orange Avenue (S.R. 527). All applica tions must be received by Friday, September 21. For an application and more information, visit MyFWC.com/Alligator. For questions, please email FWCGator@MyFWC.com.Gator trappers neededBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff When the Apopka Blue Darters football schedule was ton really didnt like the open date being on the third week of the season. Most teams like to have it somewhere in the middle of the schedule for a good strong stretch run. But, as it turned out, it couldnt have worked out better for the Blue Darters (1-1) since starting quarterback Zack Darlington went down with a serious leg injury early in Apopkas 15-9 victory over the Lake Brantley Patriots on Friday, September 7. Apopkas next game will be Friday, September 21, when the Blue Darters host the Olympia Titans (1-1) in four straight Friday night home games for the Darters. When Zack Darlington is back at quarterback is yet to be determined. I have absolutely no idea, coach Darlington said when asked when he thought his son and starting quarter Im just glad were open (not playing) this week. The head coach said his son probably should be listed as doubtful, but its more because of the unknown. We wont know anything at all until next week, Rick Darlington said. After Zack Darlington was against Lake Brantley, the Blue Darters, for the most part, ran the single-wing offense, the old-school formation they used In the second half of the victory over the Patriots, the Darters began to click on offense, scoring two touchdowns and controlling the clock, especially late in the game, to secure the victory. But, the Darters will need more offense than every play being a run between the tack les, and they began working on that this week and will contin ue practicing toward expanding the offense with sophomore Chandler Cox at the helm. Were going to have to see what Chandler can handle (running the offense), coach Darlington said. I dont think we can just line up and run the single wing like we did Friday night (against Lake Brantley). Whatever the Darters do on offense, they will have an improving defense to count on for support. I think were going to keep on getting better (on defense), coach Darlington said. He attributes that to the return of Jeff Rolson as defensive coordinator and the fact that the players on that side of the ball are getting better. The kids are a little more experienced. Against Lake Brantleys triple option offense, opposing defenses must play assignment football to account for each of the offenses options. Apopkas defense did that on all but two plays against the Patriots, one They played their assignments, Darlington said. Im really proud of them. After the game against Olympia, the Blue Darters will host Hialeah-Miami Lakes on September 28, Ocoee on October 5, and North Miami Beach on October 12 for Homecom ing. The Ocoee game is a Dis

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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 5B 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 September 3-9, the Apopka Police Department received 869 calls for assistance, responded to 16 tions and made 32 arrests. Of these arrests, six were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with battery touch or strike, burglary to unoccupied building, probation violation-school attendance, battery on law enforcement medical technician, carrying concealed weapon and probation violation-imposed condition-aggravated assault with weapon without intent. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Michael Marshall, 30, 445 E. 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Kyre Leon Little, 19, 349 E. 13th St., Apopka, possession marijuana over 20 grams. Waylon Smith, 30, 4412 Buckeye Ct., Orlando, larceny 1st degree more than $100 but obstruction without violence. Timothy Spivey, 49, 448 Lake Bridge Ln., Apopka, battery on person 65 years or oldwithout violence, William Lamourt, 71, 445 Oakhurst St., Altamonte Springs, driving under the inRuth Regis, 26, 1276 Foxforrest Cr., Apopka, driving while license suspended 1st offense, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams. Jessica Nicole Hyatt, 27, 4504 Barbara Rd., Orlando, larceny grand theft was more than $300 but less than $5,000. Tammy Jarman Hyatt, 57, 4510 Teresa Rd., Orlando, larceny grand theft was more than $300 but less than $5,000. Donald Donate Toldson, 33, 1340 Foxhill Cir., Apopka, warrant capias arrest X 2. 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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 6B The teams traded punts, but the Blue Darters got the worst of that deal when Haeckers punt was downed at the 1-yard line. Two plays later, Smith was tackled in the end zone for a safety, giving the Patriots a 9-0 lead. Lake Brantley got a golden scoring opportunity as another Apopka fumble, this time, after a completed pass from Chandler Cox to Daquon Isom, was recovered by the Patriots on the Apopka 20-yard line, but a goal-line stand, as good as you will want to see, kept the Patriots out of the end zone. After Haecker hit Maurice Thomas for an 18-yard gain on Brantley fumble recovery, the the 2-yard line. With Apopkas downs, another Lake Brantley score might have shut the door on any chance for the Blue Darters to pull out a victory. Lake Brantley running back Tyler Goodwin near was stopped just inches short of the goal line. Haecker lost about a half-yard on a quarter back sneak on second down. Another quarterback sneak on third down was blown up by the Apopka defense, as he lost a yard back to the 2. Then, on fourth down, a Lake Brantley run to the left side got to the 1-yard line, but that was it and the Darters were still alive in the game. The second half began inauspiciously for Apopka, as its riod lost seven yards, but the rest of the second half was dominated by Apopkas offensive line in the single-wing offense. on the board on their second possession of the second half, driving 60 yards on nine plays, scoring when Jevric Blocker got free on a counter play for a 14-yard scoring run. Brett Wilson nailed the extra point to trim Lake Brantleys lead to 9-7 with 2:52 left in the third quarter. Apopka gained lots of life and momentum with the score, although the Patriots quickly drove the ball to the Apopka 8-yard line. However, the game changed after a Lake Brantley timeout with 42 seconds left in the third with the Patriots facing a second-and-goal from the Apopka 7-yard line. On the next play, Haecker was stripped of the ball that was picked up by Apopka defensive lineman Isaiah Buehler. The junior rambled 85 yards with the ball for an apparent Apopka touchdown, but an illegal block in the back penalty that was called 30 yards behind Buehler as he ran down the from the Apopka sideline, and plenty of boos from the crowd as well. However, the Darters still had the ball, but on their own Smith popped loose on the right side of the offensive line, shook a tackler and outran the Lake Brantley defense for a 76yard touchdown run. The Darters went for the 2-point conver sion and Smith ran it in to give the Darters a 15-9 lead with 13 seconds remaining in the third period. That proved to be enough points, as the Apopka defense didnt allow another Lake nal 5:43 to secure the victory. Lake Brantleys powerful triple-option offense was kept in check for all but two plays, as the Patriots rushed for just 124 yards on 28 carries with 95 of those yards coming on two long runs, one was Haeckers 38-yard scoring jaunt. The other was a 57-yarder just prior to Buehlers long fumble return Those two runs were the for the Patriots, who also struggled in the passing game, throwing 17 times, completing only four for 84 yards. Apopka linebacker Gar rett Spek had an interception that stopped one Lake Brantley drive. Continued from page 1B 7 11 28-124 49-227 84 52 4-17-1 4-7-0 2-2 2-2 5-30 7-55 7 2 0 0 9 0 0 15 0 15 LB-Haecker 38 run (Haecker kick), 3:26 1st; LB-Safety, Smith tackled in end zone, 10:58 2nd; Ap-Blocker 14 run (Wilson kick), 2:52 3rd; ApSmith 76 run (Smith run), :13 3rd. Rushing: Lake Brantley-Crider 7-70; Haekcer 14-50, 1TD; Thomas 3-4; Goodwin 4-0. Apopka-Smith 25142, 1TD; Blocker 7-45, 1TD; Isom 12-31; Darlington 1-5; Cox 3-4; Team 1-0. Passing: Lake Brantley-Haecker 4-17-1, 84. Apopka-Darlington 3-30, 43; Cox 1-3-0, 9; Smith 0-1-0, 0. Receiving: Lake Brantley-Thom as 2-40; Wheeler 1-30; Cuff 1-14. Apopka-Smith 1-32; Isom 1-9; Blocker 1-7; Wittrock 1-4. A-3,000 Darters: Winning drive begins with Buehlers fumble recovery Peaking through the clouds before the kickoff, this rainbow seem to foretell Apopkas fortunes during the second half. The Apopka cheerleaders put their hands over their hearts dur ing the playing of the national anthem as the kickoff approaches. Ray-Ray Smith couldnt escape the tackle of this Lake Brantley defender, but his 142-yards rushing and game winning touchdown did plenty of damage to the opponent. This Is Apopka Country: Dazzie Morris plants the Apopka ag at mideld as the team enters onto the eld. Head coach Rick Darlington cant hide his feelings. Lake Brantley quarterback Damon Haecker calls his own number as he runs to the left side of the line, but nds defensive back Rakeem Smith and the Apopka defense tough to run on. Daquon Isom looks to have open space to run in. That is until he comes across the unusual tack ling technique of Lake Brantleys Preddy Maxwell as Chase Haecker closes in on the running back. The picture is worth a thousand words: Apopkas quarterback, an emotional Zack Darlington is treated for a leg injury which sidelined him for most of the game.

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The loss occurred despite the Mustangs holding the Falcons to 82 yards on the ground and out-gaining them in rushing yardage by a margin larger than two to one. Facing third-and-19 at its 39 as the clock dipped under four minutes, Arnold Lusby found William Jesson at Wekivas 17 for the winning touchdown. Lusby got rid of the ball just in time as the pocket was collapsing from both sides. But the passing end of the play was all the Falcons had to do to score, as running a post route down the middle of the safeties and was two yards behind the secondary after the play action. It was a perfectly placed pass as it landed in Jessons hands while in midstride. The score came with 3:54 left in the game. With possession of the ball scrimmage, the Falcons opened the scoring as Lusby found Joshua Holoman at the 50 on post patterns over the middle. Holoman split the safeties and was seven yards behind the rest of the defense after the play action and galloped into the end zone untouched. It was also a perfectly placed pass as it landed in Holomans hands in midstride. He lined up in the slot position on the left side. We had scripted that play, East River coach, Marc Rankin said. We watched the the safeties to come up to the line. We knew they were aggressive but could be thrown over because of it. They came up to the line of scrimmage and the opportunity to throw the ball over the top was there, which we did. The Mustangs tied the game with 6:11 left in the third. The offensive line blew open a hole in the middle of line of scrimmage for Reggie Brown, who ran off the right tackle and then cut back a step into the middle of the line. Running a straight line right down the ran the rest of the defense into the end zone. The offense overcame a high snap which was bobbled the next one to move the ball 71 yards. The drive took six plays and Brown also gained the critical yardage. He gained 20 yards on third and 13 at Wekivas 26 on another draw which was cut back into the middle. Piyahum Soengkang gave the Falcons its second lead at 1310. A 36-yard Lusby to Sedele the drive moved the Falcons into scoring position. The pass was caught at the 10. But perhaps the biggest lapse was wasting another exerting their will play which most importantly put Wekiva in the most prime of positions to recapture the lead. This time Brown maneuvered his way through East Rivers special teams on the ensuing kickoff to the four. However, an unsportsmanlike penalty was commit ted on the next play, which moved the ball back to the 19. Unable to get into the end zone, James Varble then missed a 36left in the third. The long kickoff return it gave the Mustangs favorable game. After forcing the Falcons into a three-and-out, the Mustangs blocked an attempt ed punt and took over possession of the ball at the 21. Brown made sure this time, there was no stumble as he toted the leather on four consecutive plays, gaining six yards on a third and six and then scoring on an 11-yard rushing touchdown with 7:33 left in the game. Then the supposed-tobe-formality, extra point was missed and it would come back to haunt Wekiva as it needed stead of three after the 61 yard touchdown pass. A 42-yard completion from Bart Bell to Brown on the ensuing possession rekindled the Mustangs optimism for victory. The last full opportunity ended though, like so much of what had previously happened. Another lapse was the end of what was a promising winning drive. The Falcons and under the pressure, Bell fumbled at the Falcons 25 with 2:18 left in the game. After a yeomans effort by the defense to get the ball back one last time, Wekiva regained possession of it with 1:00 left and at East Rivers 35. But forced to go for the touchdown, Wekiva gave up a sack to effectively end their last gasp. The game was won by the team that made the least mistakes and who made the most of them, Rankin said. nal Mustangs play and with a bad snap, they made the mistake under the pressure. We were there to make the most of downs, the two safeties came up on the winning touchdown, which opened up the long pass for us. We are young, not a lot of games under our belts, especially on defense. But we hung in there and made enough big plays. Both teams played tough, physical defense. Parker did a great job with his defense. Last year, he beat us when we came up short with the ball inside the 15. This year we (the coaches) beat them and they had the ball inside our 30. Brown totaled 172 yards on 20 carries and the two touch13, but threw for 179 yards as three of the completions went for at least 36 yards. The offense moved the ball better, Parker said. It wasnt pretty, but it got the job done more than it had. It kept the defense didnt meet the expectations. We have high expectations of the defense. We believe there is no reason to give up more than seven points and we are always shooting for a shutout. It is simple. If the other team doesnt score, it cant win. Again, we gave up some plays which shouldnt have happened and those handful of mistakes are usually the difference. The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 7B Continued from page 1B 13 10 41-201 37-82 60 179 2-10-0 5-13-0 6-2 0-0 6-65 9-50 0 0 7 6 13 7 0 0 10 17 ER-Holoman 67 pass from Lusby (Soengkang kick), 11:48 1st; WBrown 47 run (Varbel kick), 6:11 3rd; 4th; W-Brown 11 run, (kick failed), 7:33 4th; ER-Jesson 61 pass from Lusby (Soengkang kick), 3:54 4th. Rushing: Wekiva-Brown 20-172 2 TD; Bell 9-22; Watson 5-10; CofRiver-Holoman 7-24; Lusby 14-23; 2-5; Holtham 1-1; Dexter 2-(-6); Team 1-(-1). Passing: Wekiva-Bell 2-10-0, 60. East River Lusby 5-13-0, 179 2 TD. Receiving: WekivaBrown 1-42; Ross 1-18. East River Jesson 3-76 1 TD; Holoman 1-67 1 TD; Rymer 1-36. Wekiva: Reggie Browns 172 yards on the ground negated by crucial pass completions Wekiva head coach and defensive coordinator talks to the defensive troops about making adjust ments after East River scored the rst touchdown. A familiar sight to the East River defense, Reggie Brown weaves his way around it to create open space to run with the ball. Reggie Brown celebrates with Jarod Bargaineer after scor ing one of his two touchdowns against East River. Damoun Patterson launches himself above the East River defender in an effort to catch a pass. Another familiar sight to the East River defense, a defender brings down Reggie Brown with a shoestring tackle as the running back put in a 172-yard performance. Reggie Browns big day included its share of contact, like this play which ended with the East River defenders helmet on the ground while Jarod Bargaineer goes airborne. In a physical, low-scoring contest, East Rivers runners had little room to rush the ball due to heavy pursuit by the Wekiva defense, such as Joshua Harteld on this play during the rst quarter. photos by Tammy

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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 8BThis weeks recipes are a sort of pot-luck collecmany local community cookbooks. Salads, soup and bread are on this menus specialty. JOAN ALSUPS ELTHA MARKS SALAD SUPREME Recipe from Feeding the Flock cookbook vored gelatin 2 cups boiling water 1-1/2 cups cold water 1 (20-ounce) can crushed pineapple, drained, reserving liquid 1 cup chopped walnuts, divided 1 package Dream Whip (or 8 ounces whipped topping) 1 (8-ounce) package of cream cheese, softened 1 tablespoon lemon juice cup sugar 2 eggs, beaten Prepare gelatin with 2 cups boiling water, then add 1-1/2 cups cold water and chill until mixture begins to congeal. Add drained pineapple to chilled gelatin. Pour into an oiled 13 x 9 x 2-inch pan. Sprinkle with cup walnuts. Chill until mixture is completely congealed. Prepare whipped topping according to directions and blend in the cream cheese. make one cup. Combine lemon juice, until thickened. Chill thoroughly. When cheese mixture. Sprinkle remaining walnuts on top and chill. Recipe yields 12 to for a luncheon for the art show judges Joan Alsup wrote in a footnote to the Feeding the Flock. The judges agreed it was a blue on cream cheese mixture was similar to VAL SMITHS SUPER SALAD Recipe from Northside Christian Churchs A Christian Cookbook Spring mix salad greens (Costco), 4 tomatoes (Roma preferred), cut into pieces 6 marinated artichoke hearts, rinsed and cut into pieces 4 large hearts of palm, sliced about inch thick 1 Hass avocado, peeled and cut into pieces cup each of red and green pepper, chopped -inch thick 1 medium red onion, thinly sliced 4 to 6 green onions, cut diagonally one-fourth inch cup Feta cheese, crumbled (optional) Green and black olives, coarsely chopped Dressing: Olive oil Balsamic vinegar Oregano Rosemary Garlic powder Onion powder Combine all salad ingredients and set aside. Put all dressing ingredients in shaker or jar and shake to combine. coat the greens. HELEN BARKERS CHEESY CAULIFLOWER SOUP Recipe from When The Master Gardener Cooks 2 tablespoons sliced green onions with tops 2 tablespoons water 1-1/2 cups chicken broth 1 cup milk, divided teaspoon Worcestershire sauce cup shredded sharp American cheese Snipped chives Do not drain. Stir in the chicken broth, cup milk and the Worcesteris slightly thickened and bubbly, for apring after each minute. Stir in shredded THOMAS AND ERIKA TESTAS GREEN TOMATO BREAD Recipe from St.Francis Of Assisi Churchs A Taste of Heaven 2 cups chopped green tomatoes 3 eggs 1 cup Crisco oil 2 cups sugar 2 teaspoons vanilla 2 teaspoons baking powder cup golden raisins 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup chopped walnuts 1 cup well-drained crushed pineapple pineapple. Sift all dry ingredients and add to mixture. Blend well and then add the raisins and nuts. Stir to mix. pans. Bake at 350 degrees for one hour When cooled, bread can be wrapped in LORETTA SNIDERS CHEESE-GARLIC BISCUITS Recipe from Church of the Holy Spirits Favorites for all Seasons 2 cups Bisquick baking mix 2/3 cup milk cup shredded Cheddar cheese cup butter or margarine, melted teaspoon garlic powder baking mix with the milk and cheese until a soft dough forms. Beat for thirty seconds. Drop dough by spoonsful onto an ungreased cooking sheet. Bake for eight to ten minutes or until golden brown. Mix butter and garlic powder. Brush cheese-garlic biscuits warm. Recipe DEE MCLANNAHANS HONEY CUSTARD FRENCH TOAST Recipe from Church of the Holy Spirits Favorites for all Seasons cup honey 1 cup milk 6 eggs 1-1/2 teaspoons cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon salt 12 slices French bread Butter Toasted pecan pieces Additional honey ey, milk, eggs, cinnamon and salt. Dip bread slices in egg mixture, turning to coat. Melt a little butter in a griddle or large skillet and brown the soaked bread slices, turning once to brown the second sprinkle with pecans. Recipe yields six SUSAN PELTERS CHOCOLATE NUT PIE Recipe from Favorites for all Seasons 2 eggs 1 stick butter or margarine, melted 1 cup sugar 1 cup walnuts, chopped 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup chocolate chips 1 frozen pie crust, thawed Cream butter and sugar. Add eggs maining ingredients. Put mixture into an unbaked pie shell and bake at 375 degrees for 35 minutes. Recipe yields eight Taste this pot-luck collection from local community cookbooks FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14AARP Meeting: SENIORS 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Free for AARP members. New guest speaker monthly. City of Apopka, Fran Carlton Center. 11 N. Forest Ave., Apopka. Contact Elaine Wallace at 407-886-4359 for more information.SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15Give the Kids the World Pancake Day : at Perkins Restaurant, 989 W. O.B.T., Apopka. Patrons will recieve a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes in the hope they will donate to Give the Kids the World. For information, call 407-464-1075. 3rd Annual Fiesta De Colores : 11:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m., the City of Ocoee Human Relations Diversity Board will hold a festival in celebration of Hispanic Heritage month at Bill Breeze Park, 125 N. Lakeshore Dr., Ocoee. Bring your own blanket and lawn chairs. No coolers. The festivities will include Latin cuisine, festive games and prizes, pinatas, a bounce house, door prizes, live music, and much more fun for the family! For information, call 407905-3100 or visit www.ocoee.org. Annual Zellwood Reunion : Sponsored by the Zellwood Historical Society, Museum and Library, from 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., at the Zellwood Community Center, 3160 Union St., Zellwood. Everyone is invited to come join the festivities. For more information, call Delores Lynch at 321-277-4587.SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16Beginning 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. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-8864231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. 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, SEPTEMBER 17 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. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-8864231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonsupport organization. Meetings are currently held at Radiant Life Church, 3151 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. For information, please call 407312-0849, or go to www.tops.org. Toastmasters: 7:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m., 180 E Main St., Apopka, in the **Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce building. For more information, call 407-880-3855 or 407-880-9595 or visit www.Apopkatoastmasters.org.TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 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. 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. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: the month at 12:00 noon, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. Balling For Jesus: 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Play basketball at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Bobby Scott at 407247-5553 or email jadamone@aol. com. GFWC Apopka Womans Club General Meeting: 7:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church. Please RSVP to 407-889-2872. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with notice. For info., call City Clerk 407-703-1704.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 nonmembers. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www. aaog.tv.WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19T.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 nonsupport organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407-886-1147. 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 407-703-1631 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 407-703-1631 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 and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Recorder Music Classes: 11:15 a.m. noon, and from 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., at the Magnolia Park classroom, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. Music, music theory and group performance will be taught. The classes are free, although an RSVP is requested. For more information, call 407-886-4231. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central in Apopka Call 407-880-0335 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 407-814-9678. 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 nonmembers. 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 EVENTSApopka Dance Program : The city of Apopka Dance program invites residents and non-residents to sign up for this season. Instruction is offered to girls and boys in tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, acrobatics, and lyrical. Also offered is a Tiny Tots class for three-year-old children where the little one will learn the basic movements of dance. Parents are also invited to sign up and have fun with their little one in the new Mommy and Me creative movement class for toddlers 18 months and older. Registration began on August 20 and will continue on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the Fran Carlton Center. For information, call 407-703-1631. Pet Bath Days to Help Support the Rosario Family : Pet Care Center of Apopka, River Oaks Animal Hospital and East Lake Animal Clinic will be holding a special from September 11-13th and September 18-20th. Baths for your dogs will be $20. This will include a bubble bath, brush out, toenail trim, and ear cleaning. 50% of all proceeds will be donated to help raise funds for the Rosario family, that was involved in a tragic car accident resulting in her daughters death, also leaving her son and herself needing further care. Please call ahead for appointment and have proof of current rabies vaccine. For information call, 407-884-8924, or visit www. Family Funtastic Day and Gospel Music Celebration : Presented by New Beginnings Worship Center and Victory Cowboy Church, Saturday, September 29, at New Beginnings Worship Center, 4490 N. Rock Springs Rd., Apopka. Activities will include a yard sale, fun kids games, contests, great food and awesome entertainment. All ily. For information or to donate to the event or yard sale, please call Karen Janus at 407-703-4434. 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. 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. Zellwood Historical Society Meeting: Meetings are held the last Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m., at the Zellwood Historical Society Museum and Library, 3160 Union St., Zellwood. Open to all Zellwood residents that have a desire to join. For more information, call 321-277-4587. 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!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 two stoves, a bike and a window air conditioning unit, for those in need. They are also collecting travel-sized hygeine products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, much of which is handed out to students going back to school. For the dropoff locations, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation.org. For more information, call 800-962-2622, 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 September! 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 407-835-7323.Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, 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) WEEKLY EVENTS WEEKLY EVENTS UPCOMING & ONGOINGEVENTS 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, September 14, 2012, Page 9BBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff After the 2010 season ended, Apopka girls volleyball coach Jamie Lillethorup decided that consistent respectability and being above average year-afteryear wasnt good enough for his program. The result was an offseason of structural adjustments, which accentuate the growth of consistent championship contenders. It had three goals when 2011 started, defeat Olympia, win the Class 8A-District 3 championship and advance to the season tournament. Last season, the Blue Darters came as close as they ever have in defeating the Titans and claiming the district crown. But it was not enough as the Titans held off a dogged, salivating to realize its ultimate-mission opcided by four points or less) to win the 2011 Class 8A-District nal. Then the season ended with SAA postseason tournament to perennial state power, the Dr. Phillips Panthers. Turn the page to the 2012 season and an 8-0 start which is exactly what Apopka wanted and needed to put itself in the position it has sought for so long. Or in other words, in order to accomplish the other steps, it step, putting itself in the position to challenge the Titans and the other lofty goals it has set. The 8-0 start is not something which comes as a surprise and it was accomplished without nearly the effort it will take as Apopka now begins the meat of its schedule. Nonetheless, it still had to be accomplished or the Blue Darters would not be ready to enter the meat of the schedule. It feels good and is exactquarter of the season, Lillethorup said. It is indicative of us accomplishing the goals which are a part of our play, like serving and passing. We went into this season with the objective of determining what works best for us as far as how we play and what we need to work on. That is normal to a degree for all teams. But we are looking to determine what will give us that little extra edge to defeat teams like Olympia and or at least the major part of it. We have a system we want step See UNDEFEATED Page 11B **See Players Club for complete details. Must be at least 21 years old and a Seminole Players Club member to participate. Valid ID required. Management reserves all rights. Offers are nonnegotiable, non-transferable and must be redeemed in person at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tampa. Offer is for the slot and gaming machine of your choice. Not valid for live Poker or Table Games. No cash value. Persons who have been trespassed or banned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida or those who have opted into the self-exclusion program are not eligible. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, please call 1.888.ADMIT.IT. 2012 Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. All rights reserved. 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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 10B In order to help relieve congestion on U.S. Highway 441 (Orange Blossom between State Road 429 (Daniel Webster Western Beltway) and State Road 414 (John Land Apopka Expressway), the Or lando-Orange County Expressway Author ity (OOCEA) is extending SR 429/SR 414 from Boy Scout Road to U.S. 441 near Plymouth-Sorrento Road. This $53.6 million project started in September 2011 and is scheduled to be completed by early 2013. The new expressway will feature six travel lanes (three in each direction) and a new connector road to allow access between SR 429 and U.S. 441 near Plymouth-Sorrento Road. Once the SR 429/SR 414 exten sion is completed, the existing section of SR 429 from north of SR 414 to U.S. 441 will be renamed State Road 451. This work is part of the second phase of OOCEAs SR 414 expressway project. Originally conceived as a complete ninemile new expressway, OOCEA opted to phase, located between SR 429 and U.S. 441 at Maitland Boulevard, opened to motorists in May 2009. The second phase includes a new interchange between SR 414 and SR 429, a new full interchange between SR 429 and CR 437A, and a new intersection to tie Vick Road into U.S. 441. Once complete, these projects will accommodate planned future growth in west Orange County and provide improved access to I-4, the attractions and other major business centers. Currently, more than 15,600 vehicles a day travel on SR 429 in west Orange County. That number is expected to increase to 26,100 vehicles a day by 2029.SR 414 extension construction moving toward early 2013 opening This grid of reinforcement bar recently had concrete poured into it to form the State Road 414 bridge over U.S. Highway 441 near Plymouth-Sorrento Road in the Plymouth area of Apopka. Workers secure a sign pole along the SR 414 extension that is being constructed. The Binion Road overpass, which spans the SR 414 extension, has been completed for sev eral months. The most easterly part of the SR 414 extension is striped and ready to go. The SR 414/SR 429 interchange is seen in the distance from the portion of the SR 414 extension that is under construction. Heavy earth movers such as this are used in the construction of the road, especially where the roads base must be built up. With Lake Apopka in the far background, this southbound portion of the SR 414 is still little more than a wide dirt path. Heavy equipment moves along the dirt portion of the northbound SR 414 just south of U.S. Highway 441 in the Plymouth area of Apopka.

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to play and the same is true of the players individual roles. With that comes improvement. We have improved from each match and even every set we have played. The players have improved as individual players and the team has improved as a team. The season began with victories over Edgewater and crosstown as well as district rival Wekiva. Both were convincing victories with Apopka quickly exerting it was the better team as it decided the outcome in its favor. Its last two games have been the same as Class 8A-District 3 foes West Orange and Ocoee fell in four as well as three sets, respectively. The Blue Darters district record now stands at 3-0 in as it met the beast it has sought to chop down, Olympia, this week. son meetings for the overwhelming district favorites. In between, last weekend, Friday, September 7 and Satur day, September 8, the team par ticipated in the Lake Minneola tournament, taking all four of the matches in which it played South Lake, Jupiter Christian, Timber Creek and host Lake Minneola were the victims and all four were won in two sets, except Timber Creek. That victory took three sets as Timber Creek nal set was a fairly easy victory for Apopka. Timber Creek and Lake Minneola were both significant measurement wins as both are ranked in the top-10. As far as the records it is everything a team wants and aspires to do, Lillethorup said. That is obvious. But the question is how did we get there to 8-0? We have done exactly what we need to, to get there and it is important. The season has been good so far, but now we are getting to the true test. It gets sigportant. We will be measuring our selves toward being in that top tier of teams as we play that kind of opponent from now on in almost every match. It is progresson. The Titans began the run last night, Thursday, September 13, past press time. That match was a road game for the Blue Darters. The other meeting between the two teams is scheduled for October 2 at home. Then Winter Park, Dr. Phillips, the Lake Mary/Bishop Moore Tournament, Lyman, Lake Brantley folBishop Moore on the road. All are ranked and have reputations for not only district champion ships, but long postseason runs and state championship expecta tions. We have harped this season on the mantra of the team which improves the most, goes the far thest and we have dedicated our selves to being that team, Lil lethorup said. We (the coaches) are pleased with the progress and what weve done to this point of the season. We are where we should and need to be. However, as I said the schedule gets prothat way so we will be ready to play the teams we need to, to get into that top tier. The team under stands the importance of improving and that was the key coming into this season. The players work hard and have worked hard to get on the same page. Consistency is what it takes to defeat the teams on the schedule and in the postseason. We have focused on improving because it is how consistency starts. Consistency leads to everyone being on the same page. The fundamentals are always strong when everyone is on the same page, like passing, which is maybe the most important part of a teams game. Our passing has been strong all season, especial ly the third pass and again to defeat the teams we play in the future and want to in the postseason, it has to be a strong part of out game. Before the second match against the Titans and after the heart of the district schedule will be played out. Evans and cross-town rival Wekiva follow Olympia next week. The rest of the schedule is West Orange (Sept 25) and Ocoee (Sept. 27). In the past we have played down to the competition, Lil lethorup said. But we have become a very mature team this season. Last night (against Ocoee) we scored 23 aces. We havent let off the gas. When we should be the better team and win, we have played that way. This season, the team plays with the mindset of being about how good we can be. Denise (Belcher) has been instrumental in that area. As the face of the program, she works hard and wants to get better every day. That sets the tone for the team. When the rest of the team sees the face working as hard as she does and the desire to get better, it takes that tone on. Her hitting and kill percentage has improved with each match. Our two setters, Haley Day and Kaitlyn Jackson have made the most improvement. They were good but they want to be great and it has shown with them getting even better than where they were. And we (the coaches) like what the freshmen have done. They have grown and then deliv ered in a short period of time, especially Nicole Dominguez and Camille Nieves. As a freshman playing outside hitter, it is unusual for Dominguez to be relied on so heavily to contribute. The position is almost always played by juniors and seniors, because of the quick decisions which have to be made. Nieves is a defensive specialist and her position is almost always played by a junior or senior as well. The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 11B a series of 636. He was incredibly consistent, Kurtz said. He threw over 200 every game. That is what we expect from him. The difference was how we handled the slow start. That comes from experience and depth. We made mistakes we dont nor few frames. I told the bowlers to take a step back and take a deep breath. They did and we regrouped and got back on track. Then we threw a series of strikes, not just a couple or three, but a bunch of them. We knew we could do it because of the experience. We have been there and done it. We have gone to the state champi onship meet. That is an invalu able experience. Apopka is still a good team. They will be heard from at the Metro Conference and district champi onship meets. They are young and already doing what they did. They will only get better. It is going to take what we did, one to defeat them. The Wekiva girls also won. Apokpa is rebuilding unwas 1876-1581. Wekiva took was never challenged. After game one, the lead was 138.Impressive: Continued from page 3BDuring Apopkas match against West Orange last week, middle blocker Lindsay Sabiston sets herself for a kill. Continued from page 9BUndefeated: 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-27778 WEEK SPECIALPay 6 Weeks...get 2 weeks FREE! (Commercial or Personal) Pay 3 Weeks...get 1 Week FREE!4 WEEK SPECIALSPECIAL$6.50 for 15 words*Lost & FoundFREE2 week maximumClassified Line AdCash Only ($8.50 if billed) *.45 each word over 15RegularClassified .45 each additional word CLASSIFIEDDEADLINE: Monday 5p.m. for Wednesday/Friday delivery 12. Counseling 13. Good Things To Eat 14. 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nn rrfr n n r r f r r r rrf rr rf rr bb n r t f rrr tbt r f rr r r r f r ttr f br f r r f r f r f r f r r f r fr r r r r r r fr r r f f r r rr r f nfr r r f r f r r f r rr r rrrrtbt r bt n rff f r r r n bb r r r rr rrt rrr rtb bbt n frtbt t r fntbt bbt f f f f f f f f tbbr ff frff tbbr r r ff r f ffff tr frr ff f r f r r r n tb tbt rr r r tbtnbt f r f r f r r r n n n n n n n n n n nt n n n t f f n n n n b n n rrfr n n r r f r r r rrf rr rf rr bb n r t f rrr tbt r f rr r r r f r r f r f r r f r f r r f r fr r r r r r r fr r r f f r r rr r f nfr r r f r f r r f r rr r rrrrtbt r bt n rff f r r r n bb r r r rr rrt rrr rtb btt n frtbt tb r f ntb nnnr bbb rf nt b t t tf tb b b t f f t f f f f r t tf n f f f f f n tf t fb tt f f f f r t t fb t f t f f f f t ft b f f f f fffb t tt f f f f f tn f nf f f f ffft ff fb b ff t fff b t fbtf tb ftt bb tb ftrf rf t f b f b b bbb r f f fntb t r f r ff r f r nnf fff fnn ff f fn n fn f ff rf n rf tb n rfb rft bbtb n bn b rb trbt bbb bfb bt f rb n f b n n b t r f rft n rfb nf ntr b bf rbrf rft b bbftrf r b rb r bbf bbtbt n nbb b b b n b b rft b ttb n r bb nf rb bfff r r nf b bbt trb r nrfbb brn bnb n n b nnf tbbt nb r b n f rt frtbf n t f f f f r f n f f f n ttt b trr tfb bnb n tr n bbb rbbrbbffb ntrr bftb rn rf nnrbbfb b rnfb bbnfb r bffbbftbr n bftbr n n fbnrf n t n f t b tbt n fn ft b r f r fn tn nb bnb n n nn nr r tnb rbr nb nn rf n r tbfr f n tn n r rf f bf r n bf b b n n bbr b b bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf rf rbnfr nbrbnfr n r rbfb rf frf b n b rf b n r nfb r bffbf r r nf b r r nrf rn n n nf r n n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrf r n n r f n r fn r n f rb t t t t t t brr f nb bn b r n n tnbrr f rn rf bfr n rb rfr nf rb fr n fr n n fnrbfb t r r r b r r r b r n r r r r r b r nb nr r f r fn tn nb f ffrr r tnb b rbr nb nn rf n r tbfr f n tn n r rf f bf r n bf b b n n bbr b b bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf r rbfb rf frf b n b rf b n r nfb r bffbf r r nf b r r nrf rn nn nf r n n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrf n n n r n nr f n r nn n r f r b t t t t t t brr f nb bn b r n n tnbrr f rn rf bfr n rb rfr nf rb fr n fr n n fnrbfb t r r r b r r r b r n r r r r r b r nb nr rfntbb ttnbb r f f f f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r bt ntbb rf f bf r f ntbbttnbb n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf r f b rbfb rf ff r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r nfbf r n rf rn nn r nf nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrfnb btn r bn r r r r r nb r r bbt r f r r r r r f b n b nr r r n n btn n 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 brrr r b r n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn n fnrbfb rrfr f nrbrf rbrft nf r rbntbn bn r fntb t fnfff ntn f ffft ntnb ttt ffft nt b ntf r r f f n tf f b f b r b r f r f t f t t t f nf f n nn n ff t t n nn nfn n ntb tn t f t t n fn t n f n fffn f n n t n t t nb r t f nn nn tnt nnb r t nn n n t n t t n t n t t n f nb r t f n tn t n n tf nn t tn f f t bb n fn f n fn t n f n t nt f n n t nb n b tf f f n t tn n n n n f ftf t n t tn f tf tb f n t t f n ft f t t nfb r f tf tt nnnf r fntb rbb f r b b b r r r r r r r r nnfb rf n tb fr bf r n nfr rf bf n b n b bfb b f tb rnb b rb tr tb rfb nf b n n r r fb b tb nnf nb rb f rfn rfb nf nr b br n t b nn t n t t t r t r t nftr ft t n f n nt f nt n f tt r fn r nt t fn t rtfb rb n tb ttb rf b b nffb r nrfbb brn bnb n nf bbb rr rb t t r n rrfb b nrrn n fbnrf r bnrfbrf rfb brfrbnr b rfnnr tnfb r r rrrfbn ttbnrtb nnnfr r f n t b b r b r b r b r t t fr fb t n b t bn r n r r b n b t t t b t r rfnt b bb t t t bbb fnn fnf ff ffn fnfn fn ffnnfn f fnfn f ffnnfn fn f fn n fn f fn fnfn f n fn f nf fnfn f nf f fn n fn f n f fn n fn fnfn f ffnnf nf tr rfntbb b r fntb nffnt n f f tttffn f nb ft r fr nnrtbr rf n t n rb rb b r n r rf rb fnn f r r b b rn nnnr r btn r r fr r t rt t rf n rb btr fr nrrr t f t f t t t f nf f n nn n ff t t n nn nfn n ntb tn t f t t n fn t n f n fffn f n n t n t t nb r t f nn nn tnt nnb r t nn n n t n t t n t n t t n f nb r t f n tn t n n tf nn t tn f f t bb n fn f n fn t n f n t nt f n n t nb n b tf f f n t tn n n n n f ftf t n t tn f tf tb f n t t f n ft f t t nfb bbn trfrb bt btnrf nnnf r f ntb n n n n n rn f n nn n nn t tt t t t tn ttt tttt ttt tttt t t b t tt t rf r nrtb r bt b f bt f t t rrb b r r rbf btrnrtb r r tf f trb f t btf t bt r rb r r nrtb r t r b r r tbf bb t bt b b nt ntb t t brb r rb b t r tbr b t nt ntb tr b f tr t t t t t t t t t tt t t t t t t bt bt tt t r rrb r rt t t b t r n t tbb f r f b b rt f f r f f rb rbbt f rt btrr f b f b r rf f b r rbt b rb b tbnrbb bf r b tr b b t b tbf btf r rbbt rrb t b t r bnrbtnbb rb f trtb rt t nbt bt n rr r f n tfnb r r r n r f b fn f rfb r f r r r f fbf f f b r rfnt btnn f b b rn bn ntnn t n b f rn f r f n n b bb f nr f bb nnr f bb fn nn fff btnt t r f n t b b r b r b r b r t t fr fb t n b t bn r n r r b n b t t t b t r rf n nt b f ffnnf ff ff b ff tr nfn n rfntbb f f fr f f f r fr tt n r fr n t b rf rf f r rf r f b f b f f r f f f fb f f f r f f f f f f f rf f n f r f r t ff r fr f rtbt nt t rf fntbt t r fr r r f f f rffr f n f f f r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr tr r tr b r r rf b b r b r rtt r b b r 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r ff nttbtt f rr f nrtb t rt f r r b r r r r f r r b r r f n r r t t ntntn t rr t tr t rr fff nt f r t tfb bb n t t nt ntn n rfntbb tb f f f f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r t ntbn rf f bf r f ntbbtb n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f b rbfb rf b frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r fbf nf ntbn rrr nrf rn n n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrfnb r r n r bnt bnb r f b n b nr r r n nbn n 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 r b r n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn n fnrbfb brrbr r fr n nfrrbr rbfr n rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r bnrb rbntbn bn rfntbb tttb f f f f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r t ntbn rf f bf r f ntbbtttb 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 ntbn r r r nrf rn nn nn bf b n r n bf rb tbfr f nb t r r b r r bt bb r f b n b nr r r n bn 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 r b r n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn brrbr r fr n nfrrbr rbfr n rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r bnrb rbntbn bn r ff nttbbbb f r f f r r r f r r r n rr f nrtb t rt f r r b r r r r f r r b r r f b t n nn n r t t ntntn t rr t tr t rr fff nt f r t tfb bb n t t nt ntn nb r ff ntbbb tb b f r b f f r r b f rb r fb rb b f r r r rr f nrtb t rt f r b r r r r f r r f fb b n b n t r t b t f n f rr t rr t tr t rr t r rr f r t tfb b n n tb b n tn r ff ntbbb b b r rf f b f r b f f r b b f r r r rr f nrtb t rt f r b r r r r f r r f r b t t b r b b t t b t r b t t b t r t b t n n f rr t rr t tr t rr t r rr f r t tfb b n n tb b n t r ff ntbbb b r r r r fr b f f r b b f r r r rr f nrtb t rt f r b r r r r f r r f b tn b tn n b nn t r t b t n n f rr t rr t tr t rr t r rr f r t tfb b n n tb b n t r ff ntbbb nb fb r b f f b r b f b r r r rr f nrtb t rt f r b r r r r f r r f nt r t t r t b t n n f rr t rr t tr t rr t r rr f r t tfb b n n tb b n t rfntbn ttnt f f ff f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r t ntbn rf f bf r f ntbnttnt n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f b rbfb rf rf r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r r nrf rn nn r nf ntbn nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfr fnb r r b b r r f r r r f b n b nr r r n btn nt 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 r b r n bt fn tnbrrn brrbr fnr n nfrrbr rbfr n rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r bnrb rbntbn bn r f ntb nnn bbb r fnntb tr tt fnntb tr r tr r t n t fr nt br t b nt r r t t t t r r b t frbrt t nt r r tnn ntb r n fr b r r nt t fnn t rf trr b t tr ntb n f t b t r t t t tr t ntrt fn t r t rbt t n t bbb r ff ntbbb nnb r r fr b f f r rb b f r r r rr f nrtb t rt f r r b r r r r f r r b r r f t r r r t t t rr t tr t rr fff nt f r t tfb bb b n n tb b n t rfntbb tttn f f f f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r b ntbn rf f bf r f ntbbtttn n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f b rbfb rf r r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r fbf nf bb ntbn r r r nrf rn n n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrfnb n r rb r r bt bb r r f b n b nr r r n n 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 r b r n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn brrbr r fr n nfrrbr rbfr n rrfr f nrbrf 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SEPTEMBER 14 Columnist note: Probably one of the most disturbing occurrences of recent U.S. politics was the appearance of former president Bill Clinton as key endorser of President Hussein Obama at last weeks Democrat convention. It wasnt bad enough that he was being pronounced as one of the most popular pols presently promenading, but everyone, even Fox News commentators, were extolling his speech and oratory skills as truly outstanding, if not todays best. A few other things to remember are his disbarment for lying under oath, being only the second president to be impeached, Monica Lewinsky under his desk in the Oval Ofwas Arkansas Atty. General, $850,000 payment to Paula Jones to shut her up, etc., etc. The following is a column from 1996 featuring dozens of even more deadly events for his record. A great speechmaker and convincer!? So was Adolph Hitler! The column was headed, For Clinton presidency, its dead men stalking. AUGUST 23, 1996 Sunday, August 18, was the occasion of two recurring type events in the continuing saga of Bill Clinton. He celebrated his 50th birthday at a fundraiser in New York City and victims 57 through 65 of people associated with his life were crash on a mountain near his vacation site in Wyoming. The transport carried a crew of eight, the presidential limousine and a Secret Service agent. Whether ruled accidents, suicides, homicides or Arkancides, all 65 died in a violent manner before or since his inauguration as president. Ironically the AP report on his party relates Clinton mentioning the people in his life (mother, Vince Foster, Ron Brown) who have died since this was precipitated by nostalgia, conscience or his usual in your face, catch me if you can bravado, Ill leave it up to you. The bulk of the roster of the deceased were not mentioned by Bill, but here s a par September 1, 1965: Luther Jerry Parks, of Little Rock, whose company sup plied guards for Clintons presidential campaign headquarters was mowed down in a hail of ting him. Jon Parcell Walker, Senior Specialist for the Resolution Trust Corp., who was trying to get the Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan investigation moved to Washington, D.C. from Kansas City, fell to his death from the Lincoln Towers in Arlington, Va, where he was inspecting a possible apartment rental. May 10, 1995: Kathy Ferguson, estranged wife of Arkansas State Trooper, who brought Paula Jones to Clintons hotel suite, committed Arkancide with a pistol. Three weeks later, Kathys live-in boyfriend, Bill Shelton, committed Arkancide with a pistol also. In both cases, the bullet entry hole was behind the ear. July 30, 1992: C. Victor Raiser II and his son were killed in a private plane crash in good weather near Anchorage, Alaska. Raiser was a forClinton presidential primary campaign and had soured on Bill. March 1, 1994: Herschel Friday another member of Raisers committee and an expert pilot, was killed when Most Americans are familiar with SuperPACs, a fundraising mechanism at the federal level that you see running commercials on TV every night. What is less known are the state equivalents here in Florida. In this article, I will review for you three kinds of committees that are allowed to accept limitless donations and make purchases with the purpose of affecting a campaign. Next week, I will submit an article that reviews SuperPACs and the like at the federal level. From the two articles, I hope you will understand the differences between campaign ethics laws at the state and federal levels. In Florida, there are three committees that can be formed to fundraise for the purpose of af fecting an election: Political Committee (PC), Committee of Continuous Existence (CCE), and Electioneering Communications Organization (ECO). Unlike contributions being made directly to candidates, donations to these committees are largely limitless. These committees are limited to contributing $500 directly to candidates, just like companies and individuals, but largely they spend their funds directly on expenses to support a particular issue or candidate. Therein lies the loophole. Instead of donating $2000 to a candidate which is illegal to pay for a mailer, the committee can simply spend the $2000 to directly purchase the mailer. There are some distinct dif ferences between PCs, CCEs, and ECOs. Each type of committee has unique limits and abilities within the political process they are meant to serve. A PC is formed to support candidates, even CCEs, other PCs, or ECOs. PCs are used as a sponsor of constitutional initiatives that go on the ballot. PCs may purchase electioneering communications and are not limited in their expenditures unless directly to a candidate, which is limited to $500. PCs may contribute to CCEs, political parties, or ECOs with no limits. PC funds may only be used for the purposes of the the results of an election. Donations to PCs are not limited, unless the PC is formed for the direct purpose to support or which case, the limit is $500. CCEs are formed for the express purpose of donating W ant to know about the Wekiva Parkway construction progress? Need speakers for your club, church group or homeowners association meeting? Keep reading. The completion of Wekiva Parkway is underway. You can about the road on its own website, www.wekivaparkway. com. Previously, information on the Parkway was found on the Orlando Orange County Expressway Authoritys website. The section of the Daniel W ebster Western Beltway of State Road 429 and the John Land Apopka Expressway, State Road 414, to the Wekiva Parkway at U.S. 441 at Plymouth is expected to be completed in December. This section of road will ease the commute from Northwest Orange County to points south, east and even north. The Wekiva Parkway is a joint project of the Orlando Orange County Expressway Authority (OOCEA) and the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The FDOT, through its Turnpike Enterprise, will construct the section of Wekiva Parkway from I-4 in Seminole County to Mt. Plymouth Road in Orange County. The OOCEA will build the section of the Parkway to Mt. Plymouth Road on the east and into Lake County on the West. The section of the Wekiva Parkway that goes west into Lake County will truly be a joint project with the FDOT. The FDOT will construct roads in Lake County that will give drivers direct access to the Parkway from U.S. 441 in Mount Dora. When you go to the www wekivaparkway.com website, you will see that the sections of the Wekiva Parkway that will be constructed by the OOCEA are noted as Sections 1A through 2C. Design began on Sections 1A and 1B in June. Section 2A began in August. Design began on Section 2B in June, and design for Section 2C was advertised in July. What does it all mean? It Our position This Week In Gods Word Mema SaysIs Signore Willie meant to be Obamas Axelrod replacement God, Israel, Jerusalem are not welcome at Democrat ConventionNeed speakers for club or group, read onGroups that can accept limitless donations Publisher John Ricketson General Manager Neoma Knox Editor John Peery Reporters Richard Corbeil Sherry Brunson Neal Fisher Photographer Tammy Keaton Marketing Director Jackie Trefcer Advertising Anita WalkerThe Apopka ChiefThe Apopka ChiefA weekly newspaper founded in 1923 September 14, 2012, Page 4A Apopka Event of the Week A Community Health Fair will be presented by Solomon Lodge 53 of Apopka on Saturday, September 15, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Taylor Apartments, 131 E. 15th Street, Apopka.Opinion And many that sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, and some to shame and everlasting contempt. And they that be wise shall and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever. Daniel 12:2 and 3. Misbehaving is not cute when its not age appropriate. See BRUMMER Page 5A Last week, at the Democratic National Convention, we found very interesting what appeared to be a minor event. the Democrats platform for the 2012 presidential campaign was amended to include a reference to God, and an admittance that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. Many who are enemies of Israel want to claim that Jerusalem should be the Palestinian capital. Those who are committed to the destruction of Israel as a nation and to the annihilation of the Jewish people as a group around the world, don t want Jerusalem recognized as the capital of Israel. They also want a world without Jewish people anywhere in the world, but, especially, in the land that God gave the Jews thousands of years ago. Before the amended platform, the Democrats were happy to not even recognize God nor acknowledge that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. And, if you saw the so-called voice vote among the delegates at the convention, you know that the necessary two-thirds approval was not met. It was a 50-50 voice vote at best. The bottom line is that Jerusalem, Israel, and God were not welcomed at the convention. W e cannot help but contrast that with the 1960 Democratic National Convention where John F. Kennedy was nominated. During his acceptance speech, not only did the future president acknowledge and mention God, but he even quoted from the Bible. Here is what JFK said in that acceptance speech: Recall with me the words of Isaiah that, They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary. As we face the coming great challenge, we, too, shall wait upon the Lord, and ask that He renew our strength. Then shall we be equal to the test. Then we shall not be weary . Here we have a man who wanted to be president of the United States, and he not only mentioned God, but sought his guidance and strength. Can you imagine one of the speakers at this month s Democratic National Convention doing this? Neither can we, and that speaks volumes. See N EE LSON Page 5A See CO RBERBE IL Page 5A Send letters to the editor online at www.theapopkachief.com, mail: The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka, 32704 or email: news@theapopkachief.comInclude your full name, address, and daytime telephone number so we can verify the letter and discuss any questions we have. Your address and phone number will not be printed. Each type of committee has unique limits and abilities. State Representative Bryan Nelson on the Florida Gift Ban Law Quotable

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They were found in the nearby countryside where Fahmy Nalak, Clintons appointed medical examiner, claimed they fell asleep on the tracks and were run over by a train. Six people in the MenaBryant area who claimed special knowledge of the boys deaths, died violently in the next year. Keith Coney traf shotgun in face; Keith McKaskle 13 stab wounds; Jeff Rhodes shot in head and burned; Richard Winters shot-gunned; Jordan Keelson shot-gunned. November 30, 1993: Ed Willey, manager of Clintons committee, committed Arkancide with a pistol. These people may not be as famous as Foster and Brown, but they all had one thing in common their lives, and some three dozen more, intersected with Bill Clintons and then, their lives ended in a violent manner. Even if you believe that all this could be coincidental, you must admit it makes the Godfather Trilogy look positively pastoral by comparison. Of course, what is occurring here is an unending, unbelievable stream of horror that has set off denial in the minds of the general public and even more so with the cover-up, liberal media-mindset. As I write this, James Mcmeans that the property owners who have waited for years to transfer their property to the OOCEA will be contacted by the Authority shortly, with sale in the next year to 15 months. It is expected that Sections 1A through 3B will be completed in 2015. Fortunately for me, few people recall that, after sponsoring the legislation that enabled construction of the road, I wrote in this column that we would be driving on the road by 2011. Now, I will tell you about the speakers for your group. Michele Maikisch and Mary Brooks, of the OOCEA and FDOT, are seeking opportunities to get the information out about the future public meetings and construction of the road. If you would like for your group to hear about the Wekiva Parkway plans and construction, contact Mary Brooks at info@wekivaparkway.com or call her at 407-694-5505.Brummer: Some sections expected to be completed in 2015 Continued from page 4ACorbeil: What is occurring is an unending stream of horror Continued from page 4ABy Christine Moore School Board Member The beginning of each school year, I spend one morning a week visiting schools. Conversations center on instruction, enrollment, school special needs, and of course dialogue about reform trends. During one of these visits, I requested a visit to the kitchen to see if the food was truly getting more nutritious. And was I ever surprised to see what fare was being served at Clarcona Elementary. The buffet included a small piece of baked chicken, fresh green beans, sweet potato tots, and the choice of a 50/50 salad with cucumbers, carrots and tomatoes. I couldnt believe the kids would eat that well. So, I went out into the lunchroom and, sure enough, the children were enjoying their food. Currently, all Orange County Public Schools are implementing new meal pattern guidelines required by the Healthy Hunger-free Kids Act. These additional requirements include: age-appropriate calorie limits, students must take at least one serving of produce and all grain servings such as pasta, breads, cereals, rice must be at least 51 percent whole grain. All the schools have already been serving fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the week, one percent, fat-free with romaine/spring mix lettuce and fresh spinach and chef-inspired, kid-approved recipes. Applying the new meal pattern guidelines will ensure that the students receive high quality, nutritious meals that include locally grown foods, quality products, as well as variety and choice options. Last year, the Legislature transferred responsibility for school lunch programs to the Agricultural Department. The hope was to develop increased purchasing power with locally grown commodities, ensuring higher quality and lower prices. It appears as if this is successful as the OCPS program operates annually in the black and student participation rates have steadily increased. I believe it is important to train our children to eat healthier meals, thus reducing medical care and costs. While some do not like the free meal programs, take solace in the fact that as children begin to consume healthy foods and take responsibility for their own health, medical bills will decrease. Healthy children also mean better learners. And better learners make for a higher quality workforce. Investing in childrens health today will pay great dividends for a stronger America tomorrow. I am so glad the children are being fed nutritious meals.Schools are implementing new meal pattern guidelinesits funds to candidates, committees, and/or political parties. Unlike PCs, CCEs cannot make independent purchases or purchase electioneering communications (such as ads or mailers). CCEs may not contribute to PCs greattheir annual income. CCEs require bylaws and membership and must acquire twentymembership dues. As long as membership dues, donations to CCEs are limitless. CCEs may contribute only $500 to candidates or PCs supporting/opposing candidates. They are unlimited in their contributions to ECOs and political parties. ECOs, which are unlimited in the amount of contributions they can accept from any committee or entity, are formed for the express purpose of purchasing electioneering communications. ECOs are limited in that they cannot campaign expressly for one candidate or oppose another, or donate to a political party, but may support or oppose issues. ECOs can run ads that will affect the outcome of an election without mentioning any candidate names. As you can see, money can be funneled between these three types of committees in order to affect elections and candidates without ever actually donating to a campaign. Only candidates and PCs supContinued from page 4Alimited to $500 contributions; everyone else can accept and distribute limitless funds. As cials can no longer be given as much as a cookie from someone who works for a company, with a lobbyist, they can receive thousands of dollars in their CCEs and ECOs instead. I hope you realize how backward this is, and how we are in need of logic-based reform. Dougal, former heads of Madison Guarantee and one of Clintons business partners, is to be sentenced on Monday, August 19, facing up to 84 years in jail his part in the savings and loan looting. With the latest Newsweek and ABC polls showing Dole and Clinton in a dead heat, it wont take too much more scandal to get this godfathers godfather out of the Oval Ofwhere he belongs. Thou shalt not kill. Thou shalt not commit adultery. 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By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Thats why they play the game is a popular saying in the world of sports as the underdog wins or at least is competitive more times than expected. However, when the Apopka and Wekiva swimming teams met last Tuesday, September 11, at the Lake Brantley swimming complex, that was not the case. The meet went exactly as it looked like it would on paper. The Wekiva girls took a convincing 108-63 victory and the Apopka boys were challenged, but held off their opponent to defeat them by a 96-89 score. The meet began on Thursday, September 6, but was races, due to the rains which were in the Central Florida area that night. Obviously, we are happy with the result, but we also set several school records in the process, Jeff Sharpe, the Mustangs girls coach said. One of our goals was to deBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff At 7:30 tonight, Friday, September 14 at Mustang Field, after taking on two ranked teams to start its season, the credentials of the opponent gets as stacked as possible as the number one ranked Dr. Phillips Panthers revisit an Apopka foe in the form of the Wekiva Mustangs. It is the second game in three weeks against an Apopka foe for Dr. Phillips. The teams met for the lips Bill Spoone Stadium and the result was a footnote for a team which was not just coming off a 10-plus win season, but a run to the-then Class 6A was primed to repeat. Coming in at 0-2, the Mustangs have lost both of its games by a combined of nine points, the result of a small handful of blown coverages and turnovers which have determined the critical stretches of time in the favor of the opponent. For football fans, it is a horse which has been beaten since the beginning of the game. But it is that way because it is the difference between winning and losing in its simplest terms and with it comes why, the best defense is a good offense. That basic philosophy of football is always the case, but this week it is so the case for Wekiva as Dr. Phillips enters its scene. They have excellent contributors on both sides of the ball, Mustangs coach Ty Parker said. The offense and Meeks and Harrell get the attention because they play the glamour positions.. But make no doubt about it. They are skilled and deep everywhere. They have great athleticism across the board. They dont win just because of Meeks and Harrell. They have players who are good enough to be featured. They are just simply, and unfortunately for them, playing with Meeks and Harrell. For us, again, we cant make mistakes. We have to play better this week. We have done that every week, but Dr. Phillips is the one team no opponent can afford to make those three or four bad plays against. We need to get better production out of our offense. Better production means more points and with that comes the ability to eat up the clock First down And again, we cant give up the big play. We made the mistake against East River and paid. Dr. Phillips will do the same. East River turned the mistakes into touchdowns, Dr. Phillips will too. It revolves around running back Reggie Brown, who spearheaded a 201-82 rushing advantage against the Falcons. But the senior-laden defense gave up 179 yards through the two of which were 61-and 67yard touchdowns. After assessing what the Panthers offer its opponents, the question is can Brown put on another 172 yard like rushing performance while By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff T wo games, a combined difference of eight points, thats all that has separated East River and Wekiva as both conclusions featured drive-killing plays from the defense which secured victory. Last year, the Falcons were trailing by four points and nal minute as it drove inside the 15-yard line. The Mustangs made two drive-killing plays as it held the offense out of the end zone to secure a victory. Last Monday, September 10, Wekiva had the ball inside three minutes when both times East River made the big play which killed the potential winning drive and secured a 17-13 victory. For the second conattempted drive by the losing team was necessary because of earlier lapses, including six fumbles and two long touchdown passes. Although Wekiva lost only two fumbles, the other four fumbles (three fumbles were mishandled snaps) were wasted plays. Like most high school games, it was originally scheduled for a Friday, the previous one, September 7, but postponed to last Monday due to lightning as bad weather hovered over Central Florida. W e gave up only two or three big plays, but they were the critical ones and the difference, Mustangs coach Ty Parker said. We gave them up for touchdowns and on third and long. We gave up a touchdown on the opening play from scrimmage. We gave up the winning touchdown with about three and a half minutes left when we had them in third and 19. There was no reason for us to bite on the fake run. We had the secondary in deep coverage, because it was a long yardage situation and our defensive backs and safeties are seniors across the board. And we bought the play-action on the winning touchdown. We have seniors with game experience, but we need leadership. We are still developing it. Some of our players who are in key positions are young, even sophomores. When that is the case, there needs to be leadership to guide and alleviate the youth. We are making headway, but we arent at the point we need to be. By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Showing resiliency in all phases of the game after starting quarterback Zack Darlington went out with a serious leg injury, the Apopka Blue Darters scored two second-half touchdowns to defeat the Lake Brantley Patriots, 15-9, Friday, September 7, in the home opener for the Darters. It took a while for the Apopka offense to become effective after Darlington went out, but in the second half, the Blue Darters (1-1) dominated from the middle of the third quarter by using the singlewing offense. Apopka ended the night with 227 yards rushing on 49 attempts with 76 of the yards coming on the go-ahead touchdown by sophomore Ray Ray Smith with just 13 seconds remaining in the third period. Smith led all rushers with 142 yards on 25 carries. Most of Apopkas rushing game was not that dramatic as 33 of the Blue Darters rushes went for three yards or less. But, it was good enough to move the chains, especially nal 5:43 of the game on a drive that went just 42 yards and didnt end in a score, but exhausted the clock, preserving the victory. Smith carried the ball 11 of the drives 13 plays. I am so proud of them, head coach Rick Darlington said of the Blue Darters. This is just a great team win. We didnt hang our heads. Our team showed great character. I cant think of a more pleasing win. Great character may be an old-school trait, but it was appropriate on this night when the offensive game plan went out the window because of Zack Darlingtons leg injury and the Darters resurrected the old-school single-wing, an ofseasons, but had scrapped for more up-to-date formations. I had a feeling wed better put it in, so we used it Wednesday (in practice), Rick Darlington said. We were very simple. We had to go back to our old-school stuff out of necessity. V ery early on, Apopka moved the ball almost at will in the opening drive of the game until the play that sent shock waves through the entire Apopka sideline. That s when Zack Darlington suffered the serious leg injury while trying to recover an Apopka fumble at the Lake Brantley 10-yard line. His leg was caught in the turf as he tried to fall on the loose ball. But, the junior quarterback was hit by Lake Brantley linebacker Dominic Zanca on a legitimate play, severely injuring Darlingtons left leg. by the team doctor on the sideline as a fractured leg, but Rick Darlington heard later that his sons leg was not broken. Until that play, the Blue Darters had driven from their own 20 to the Lake Brantley 10-yard line in just sevdowns. After the injury to Zack Darlington, with 8:57 Darters did not make another minutes left in the third period, although an 84-yard apparent score by Smith was brought back by a holding penalty. But, the Apopka defense, as it did almost the entire game, snuffed out the Lake Brantley offense, forcing and recovering a fumble just three plays after Zack Darlington went out. However the Apopka offense, still reeling from the injury, couldnt do anything with the turnover and the Patriots got the ball back at their own quarter. T wo big plays got the Patriots into the end zone, a 30yard pass from Damon Haecker to Patrick Wheeler was the 38 yards for the touchdown. He then kicked the extra point to give Lake Brantley a 7-0 The Apopka ChiefSeptember 14, 2012, Page 1B See the story at the top of the page about Apopkas come-frombehind victory over border rival, Lake Brantley. With quarterback Zack Darlington injured, the team went to the single wing offense and scored two touchdowns during the second half.Q. In what two sports did Apopka and Wekiva high schools meet each other? A. The boys and girls bowling and swimming teams from each school faced each other in both sports this past week. Wekivas bowling squads took both meets from Apopka. The swimming squads split their two meets. SportsWho: Dr. Phillips Panthers (2-0 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-5) at Wekiva Mustangs (0-2 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, Sept. 14, 7:30 p.m. Where: Wekiva Highs Mustang Field Why: Non-district, Metro Conference game Cost: $6 at the gate See DARTERS Page 6BUndeterred by Darlingtons injury, Darters defeat PatriotsEast River goes to the air to stun Wekiva with late touchdownTop-ranked Dr. Phillips Panthers pay a visit to Wekiva MustangsDuring Apopkas rst offensive drive, quarterback Zack Darlington rolls to his left after executing the play-action fake with Daquon Isom. Lake Brantleys Dominic Zanca covers Isom as Jevric Blocker looks on. See photos of this game on page 7B. A ock of the Falcons defense gives the Mustangs quarterback Bart Bell little room to run during the game, which was played on Monday, September 10 due to bad weather. See WEKIVA Page 7B See MEET Page 4B See MUSTANGS Page 4B City rivals meet once again in the waterWekivas Megan Worrell swims the backstroke during her teams meet with Apopka. She was a member of one of the two relay teams which set school records.

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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 3B Talk about impressive performances, the Apopka Blue Darters gutted one out last week with their 15-9 victory over the Lake Brantley Patriots. an old-style heavyweight boxing match where the two big guys slug each other, but one of them gets in a monster blow early, nearly knocking out his opponent before that opponent gathers himself throughout the bout, surviving until landing his own big hit that keeps his foe on the canvas for good. Apopka, of course, took the huge hit early with quarterback Zack Darlington going down with a leg injury that, at tured leg. However, x-rays later revealed that it wasnt broken. When that happened, the Blue Darters were clearly reeling from the huge uppercut to the chin. They were dazed, no doubt. Throughout the rest of quarter, the Patriots kept landing blows. But, they never could quite put the Darters away. Thats because the Apopka defense played like the Apopka defense of about 2001-2006. Twice, Lake Brantley had the ball inside the Apopka 10 and came away with no points. On one of those possessions, and-goal at the 2-yard line and were denied. The other time inside the 10, it turned the game in Apopkas favor not only with momentum, but with points. The Blue Darters Isaiah Buehler picked up a Lake Brantley fumble at the Apopka 15 and ran it back 85 yards for an apparent score. A blocking in the back penalty 30 the score. But, not to worry, the offensive line opened up a clear lane for Ray Ray Smith, who outran the rest of the Lake Brantley defense for a 76-yard touchdown. When he added the 2-point conversion, it gave the Blue Darters a 15-9 lead they wouldnt relinquish. Those two plays were the big blows that put Lake Brantley down on the canvas, but the nal drive of the game when the Blue Darters did nothing but move the chains, running out To me, that drive showed a ton of character for the young men of this team, especially on offense. The Apopka defense had already shown me that character with its goal-line stand earlier and with its overall performance for the entire game. On offense, the Blue Darters grew up big time with lots of young guys and those with experience coming together to grab that common goal a huge win over a big rival in front of the home crowd. A night off Its almost too bad for the Blue Darters that they dont have a game today, Friday, Sepmomentum of the win over Lake Brantley would be good to carry over to another contest, but the break in the schedule will allow quarterback Zack Darlington the chance to get closer to getting back on the Last year at this time, the Blue Darters were 0-2 and after two huge turnovers against Olympia following the open date, they were 0-3 overall and Now, Apopka is 1-1 and have not only some momendence in their ability to get the job done, no matter the situation. After the 18-point loss to Dr. Phillips to open the season, I wasnt so sure about this team, but the gutty performance against Lake Brantley proved to me that the 2012 Blue Darters are a team that has grown up and will continue to do so. This team will win some games. Dr. Phillips at Wekiva Even with Dr. Phillips quarterback Alton Meeks out, this will be an incredibly tough game for the Mustangs. It will take a near-perfect game from the Mustangs for them to come away with a victory against the Panthers. Dr. Phillips is outstanding on defense and up-and-coming on offense. I am sure their offense will take a step backward offensively due to Meeks injured leg, but that will only serve as a wake-up call to the DP defense, which will mean trouble for opposing offenses. The Mustangs must keep mistakes to a minimum and, somehow, move the chains. Wekivas offense doesnt need to be pretty, but it does need to be effective. Plus, playing the Panthers on a Friday following a Monday game against East River will be a short turnaround week for the Mustangs. The 17-13 loss to East River is, no doubt, a disappointment, but the players need to keep forging ahead. Even is they fall to Dr. Phillips, that wont affect any playoff aspirations for the Mustangs. Fortunately, the game against Dr. Phillips is not a district contest. That will begin on September 21 when Wekiva travels to West Orange. Wekiva getting a victory over Dr. Phillips may be asking too much for this young team. The score will be Dr. Phillips 31-Wekiva 14. Apopkas defense denied Patriots the winBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff In an effort to help the family of Apopka High school student, Danielle Sampson the Apopka girls basketball team collected donations during the football teams home game against Lake Brantley last Friday September, 7. The effort netted $997, which was donated to the family. Sampson was critically injured on Sunday, July 29 when a bullet struck her in the head. Her family was traveling in its minivan after attending church when it got caught in the middle of a shootout in which the shooters were in two other vehicles. Sampson, 15, is a member of the AHS girls basketball, Although still in a coma and unconscious, she has shown improvement recently. She was taken off the ventilator which helped her breathe and time since she was struck. Miriam Jenkins, the head coach of the girls basketball program wishes to thank all those who had a hand in raising the money, Principal Doug Guthrie, Steve Schwartz, Tracy er, Teri Blackwelder, Erin Miner, William Spencer, George Meza, Antonio Aoming, Jayme Colon, the Apopka Blue Darter family in general, the Greater Orlando CARES and Powerline Sounds HD. Tyrone Mosby, 19, has been charged with two counts der and is being held without bond at the Orange County Jail. Sheriff Jerry Demings has also said other arrests may be made in connection to the shooting. Donations are permanently being accepted at gofundme. com/supportdanielle. Danielle SampsonDonations still being accepted for SampsonWekiva bests Apopkas impressive effortBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Even with the loss of its entire starting lineup from last year, Apopka still began its season with two consecutive victories and looked primed to live up to coach John Hausers belief it could continue its tradition of winning as well as competing at the high level it is known for. And, it might still be possible, but last Tuesday, September 11, it ran into what perhaps might turn out to be the biggest problem all the teams in the Central Florida area will face, cross-town rival Wekiva. While the Blue Darters rolled a usually competitive three game series, it was simply not in the class of the Mus2881 to 2650 pins. Of course were glad to win, Wekiva coach Dave Kurtz said, We shot well, but we still have to work on our ability to score spares. We left too many open tonight. We threw a lot of strikes, but so did Apopka. So, the strikes werent enough. We threw enough, but we are going to have to score more in the future. As the season goes on, teams get better and we have other teams which are in that top level on the schedule. After a slow start through game, the Mustangs exerted its game and ability to score strikes as it quickly put itself in a position to win early. And, it did it in the face of the Blue Darters putting up very competitive marks in its own right. Throwing a game of 1022 pins, Wekiva took a 198-pin Both teams dropped their number of pins during the second game as Wekiva managed a However, combined with the difference of 136 pins all but secured the victory. Wekiva the third game by an 898-895 margin. Even though it is only the third meet of the season, it was the best we have bowled all season, Blue Darters coach John Hauser said. We had another good meet, put up a good score and had some talent out there. But, the Mustangs are extremely talented and really good. They were also up for this game. They take pride in knowing we are the team they want to beat and then doing it. It is never fun to lose, but it can also be positive in the long run, the blessing in disguise. I think there was a lot to learn from todays meet. Again, we didnt lose because we were bad. We bowled well, but Wekiva was even better. It should make us realize we have to work harder. What Wekiva did today is the bar to shoot for. We have to go from good to Wekiva good. I am happy with where we are. We did what we did today and we are still young, only three meets old. We have nowhere to go but up from here, which is Wekiva good. Our freshmen need to be more consistent. The Mustangs Dustin Doggett was the meets high scorer as he bowled a series of 637. But, he had stiff competition for top honors. The Blue Darters Justin Thornton threw See IMPRESSIVE Page 11B SELECTED FOR EXCELLENCE Club Season Tryouts 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. Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 9B of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 3B of this newspaper. Veterans Club of Zellwood Station 3rd Annual Golf Outing September 29, 2012Thanks to our generous sponsors, we have been able to help many veterans. 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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 4B the defense gets a handle on the broken coverages? W ith a plethora of skill and talent in every position as well as depth for what seems to be year after year for the last decade or so, Dr. Phillips is a natAnd it has become what it is known for as it seems to not only win convincingly with it, Last year, while the defense didnt get the same attention, it almost always was able to match the offense in how convincing its contributions to the victories were. This year with almost everyone returning, it is even better as it is based out of the three-man front. When the two teams met for the third game of the season during 2011, the Panthers built a 27-0 halftime lead as its play demonstrated it felt it was ness. The business was exerting that it was the better team by putting the game away early, while the Mustangs came However Wekiva might have gotten a slight break as a chink in the Dr. Phillips armor might exist this week. There is a possibility the status of Dr. Phillips starting quarterback, running back and one of its safeties might not be at full health. Dr. Phillips will probably wait until Friday afternoon to make a decision. Nonetheless, with a string of 10 win seasons, as has been the case the last decade or so, even if any of those players are not at full speed, after opening its season with two victories by a combined score of 6635, a chink in the Panthers armor, means opponents are still trying to take down a multiplescore favorite. Much of that comes from the depth it possesses. Of the 66 players on the roster, only 10 are sophomores or freshmen. Not only are they talented across the board, but they are deep and that is what makes them so good, Parker said. Every team has injuries and bad games, but they always have people to put into the lineup. While this is only the second game in which the two programs have met, over the course of the last two years, cross-town Apopka probably knows this all too well. As two of the most tradition-rich programs, Apopka and Dr. Phillips have met over the course of the last several years multiple times, but the last two meetings have ended with a combined score of 67-38 in favor of Dr. Phillips. And at this point in the 2012 season, it looks like the same old, same old. Dr. Phillips opened its 2011 season with a 32-21 victory over perennially state ranked and postseason participant, Apopka. The then Dr. Phillips quarterback, Nick Patti overpowered the defense with the whole array of quarterback skills, particularly during the second half. Even with Patti in a Boise State uniform now, the Panthers are still the Panthers the football landscape has come to know and love or at least the Panthers which is at the tip of the tongue when the preseason discussion is about possible state championship contenders. Apopka fell again to Dr. Phillips in the 2012 season opener, by a 35-17 score. In Pattis stead came Alton Meeks, a familiar name to those who follow central Florida high school football. The six foot, 3 inch quarterback transferred from Boone, another perennial postseason participant. The Panthers roared out to a 21-3 halftime lead on two touchdown passes by Meeks and a rushing score by Harrell. yards and seven plays. It was also the opening drive of the season. The Panthers gained possession of the ball via a fumble the other two times it scored just before halftime, another characteristic of champi And then the story was the same against its second ship contender, and perennial ranked as well as postseason participant Olympia as Dr. Phillips claimed a 31-18 victory. Olympia has earned a berth in the regional round of the FHSAA postseason tournament three consecutive years and been ranked that whole time. But Dr. Phillips broke a 7-7 tie during the second quarter and took a 21-10 lead into halftime. The two drives consumed 80 and 65 yards. It won the turnover battle by a 3-0 count. Even though he left the game during the third quarter with an ankle injury, Meeks went 12 of 17 for 139 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. Deonte Gaines gained 132 all-purpose yards. The Boone transfer instantly gives Dr. Phillips an upgrade in the height department and a more powerful runner out of the pocket. And although, he doesnt possess the speed his predecessor did, it is still above average. The two also have different passing styles as Meeks relies more on routes which require passes thrown on a line where the receiver turns back to him, whereas Patti was more known for over the top passes designed to reach the receiver in stride while running down The teams receiving core has also taken on a somewhat new style. It is not only because of the new quarterback, but because of turnover within its ranks. With the graduation of Trey Griffey last year, the Panthers have been left with receivers on the shorter side of what theyre used to. However, even though the receiving core is shorter than it has been, once again, it is still somewhat above average in that category and of course, it is still at the top of the list of athleticism and is loaded with talent. Some of this years top receivers are Zach Autiello, Denzell Hanna and Jahquan Mike. Steven Maloney also catches passes from the tight end position. The one skilled position without a different name is running back. Those responsibilities are handled by Eric Harrell. Last year Harrell rushed for 83 yards on only 13 carries and scored twice on ground during Wekiva. inches, but weighs 200 pounds, making him a low to the ground, power runner. During last years game against Wekiva, Harrell was repeatedly sent up the middle, overpowering the front seven time-after-time. It opened up the passing game for Dr. Phillips and the power with which Harrell ran through Wekivas front seven was the during key times of multiple drives. He is complemented by Gaines and Kerry Barnard added another 66 yards on only four carries against the Mustangs during last years game. If Meeks is unable to play, Maloney and Roy Ma, who is also a running back, are next on the depth chart. If we do what I say we have to, it might be a 10-7 game, a low scoring one, Parker said. That is how Dr. Phillips is defeated. We can get touchdowns, but we have to stop giving them up. Dr. Phillips is a team that opponents need to grow up if they are going to beat them. Game experience, the number of games isnt the only way to measure teams. The players need to start understanding we cant get rattled and shaken during adversity. We have to be more constant in the heat of the battle. They are beatable, but they arent going to beat themselves. It is a worn out saying, but true, when it comes to Dr. Phillips.Mustangs: Continued from page 1Bfeat the Blue Darters, because they are the cross-town rival. One of the other ones is to go undefeated in dual meets once again. Obviously we have to defeat the Blue Darters to go undefeated. But also this was important for us to get the win as a springboard to the undefeated season. It is a win which gets us on the right track as far as what we need to do to go undefeated. But we are also impressed with Apopka. They are in the same position we were a couple of years ago. We wont be able to win by such a large margin. They will push and even defeat us if we dont have our best game. We won today because we have more experience and depth. We simply were the more skilled team overall, because we have done it more. That will change as the Apopka swimmers swim and compete more. Twelve events were held, including diving. Sarah Arnheim set new school records in the 50and 100-meter freestyle. The school records for the meter individual medley also fell, to Sarah Brown. Another school record was set with the efforts of Madison Dewey as a 100-meter breaststroke competitor. The quartet of Arnheim, Brown, Madison Dewey and Meagan Worrell crossed the er Mustang entry ever had as a 200-meter individual medley relay team. Blair Ballin joined Arnheim, Brown and Dewey to form the 200-meter freestyle relay team, and the fastest time in that event was produced. The Apopka boys began the meet by winning the 200-meter medley relay and in the process took the lead. The team held the lead for the entirety of the meet. The relay team consists of Ryan Engle, Brandon Van Kuren, Dylan Preble and Hunter Lanovoi. Seven of the 12 events were taken by the Blue Darters, but the Mustangs did not go away as it never trailed by more than 13 points. The Blue Darters biggest lead was established after the 500-meter freestyle, which was the eighth race. It speaks well of the Wekiva boys coaches, the Charboneaus that they can attract so many boys to swimming, Apopka coach Jerry Russell said. The team has obviously been working hard and will be a major threat to us at the Metro Conference and district championship meets. It was a very near thing, especially after our setbacks in the diving and backstroke. But our 100-yard breaststroke events ish strong with our four fastest style relay. The Mustang girls coaches and captains have built their team into a power. But we are especially proud of sophomore Elizabeth Ahrens, who took and Jenna Kern deserve much credit for fashioning their team into a swimming power. T eam captains Brandon Vankuren and Josh Trevino as well as junior standouts Dylan Preble and Hunter Lanovoi style relay team. 500-meter freestyle. Sisters Brooke and Paige Mahoney earned second and third in the diving competition, producing the win for the most overall points in the diving competition. First place in the 50-meter freestyle race was also taken by Trevino. Lanovoi was the fastest swimmer in the 200and 500-meter freestyle race. First place earns six points in dual meets. The other positions decrease by one point, starting with four for second place.Meet: Continued from page 1B Competing for Wekiva, Robert Leavitt swims in one of the freestyle races during the teams meet against Apopka earlier this week. The meet was held at Lake Brantley, which Wekiva uses for as its home facility. Hello Folks, I dont know about you, but Im really enjoyin the rain weve been gettin over the past few days. Our lakes are improvin, water levels in has been really good. Lots of folks are gettin on the water and still catchin plenty of bluegills and shellcrackers. The Harris Chain is still goin strong, and so are the lakes that pull off the St. Johns River. Big Lake Harris, Little Lake Harris, Dead River and Haines Creek have been good over the summer, and there seems to be no letup the pads, under the docks, in the canals, and just about anywhere there is some type of cover. Red worms and crickets are good baits to use in those areas. Also, on the Harris Chain, folks are catchin plenty of bass in those lakes. Lake Eustis and Lake Harris have been producin some nice bass, and the action has been steady throughout the day. water in the chain, please take eas. Im gettin reports of nice bass bein caught in those areas on swim baits, Rat-LTraps, and topwater baits. Try and locate some eel grass and work that area real good. Some folks are catchin some nice bass by slow-rollin spinnerbaits over the eel grass, too. Once the sun gets up, you er cover with plastic worms, and crawdad type baits. You in those areas as well. Make sure you dont use too heavy a jig. You want the jig to fall slowly to the bottom. You have to watch your line real good because those big bass will swim off with your jig, and youll never know that you had a bite. Over on the St. Johns doin real good. Our recent in the mouth of the canals and the feeder creeks, you should around feedin on the baitcan catch em on swim baits, plastic worms, and small crankbaits. The bluegills and shellcrackers are bitin in the rivthe shoreline cover like the pads and the laydowns. Red worms, crickets and grass shrimp have been the best baits to use on the river. It s been reported that folks are catchin their limits of bluegills in Lake Woodruff on red worms and crickets. You can also catch some the bends of the SJR on nightcrawlers and stink-baits. The Wekiva River has been good If you can get on the waon Lake Monroe and up at the Crows Bluff area of the SJR. Folks are catchin a mixed few mullet, as well. So, if you tin. See ya next week. gills in the shade. Save a few and good luck. Catch plenty of bass in the Harris ChainWith Zack Darlington injured, open date might work out for the best for Apopka The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is accepting applications for contracted nuisance alligator trappers in Orange County. Applicants must reside in Orange County, have a clean and wildlife violations. Preference will be given to those Orange County applicants who live west of Semoran Bouleof S.R. 50 and west of Orange Avenue (S.R. 527). All applications must be received by Friday, September 21. For an application and more information, visit MyFWC.com/Alligator. For questions, please email FWCGator@MyFWC.com.Gator trappers neededBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff When the Apopka Blue Darters football schedule was ton really didnt like the open date being on the third week of the season. Most teams like to have it somewhere in the middle of the schedule for a good strong stretch run. But, as it turned out, it couldnt have worked out better for the Blue Darters (1-1) since starting quarterback Zack Darlington went down with a serious leg injury early in Apopkas 15-9 victory over the Lake Brantley Patriots on Friday, September 7. Apopka s next game will be Friday, September 21, when the Blue Darters host the Olympia Titans (1-1) in four straight Friday night home games for the Darters. When Zack Darlington is back at quarterback is yet to be determined. I have absolutely no idea, coach Darlington said when asked when he thought his son and starting quarterIm just glad were open (not playing) this week. The head coach said his son probably should be listed as doubtful, but its more because of the unknown. W e wont know anything at all until next week, Rick Darlington said. After Zack Darlington was against Lake Brantley, the Blue Darters, for the most part, ran the single-wing offense, the old-school formation they used In the second half of the victory over the Patriots, the Darters began to click on offense, scoring two touchdowns and controlling the clock, especially late in the game, to secure the victory. But, the Darters will need more offense than every play being a run between the tackles, and they began working on that this week and will continue practicing toward expanding the offense with sophomore Chandler Cox at the helm. W ere going to have to see what Chandler can handle (running the offense), coach Darlington said. I dont think we can just line up and run the single wing like we did Friday night (against Lake Brantley). Whatever the Darters do on offense, they will have an improving defense to count on for support. I think were going to keep on getting better (on defense), coach Darlington said. He attributes that to the return of Jeff Rolson as defensive coordinator and the fact that the players on that side of the ball are getting better. The kids are a little more experienced. Against Lake Brantleys triple option offense, opposing defenses must play assignment football to account for each of the offenses options. Apopkas defense did that on all but two plays against the Patriots, one They played their assignments, Darlington said. Im really proud of them. After the game against Olympia, the Blue Darters will host Hialeah-Miami Lakes on September 28, Ocoee on October 5, and North Miami Beach on October 12 for Homecoming. The Ocoee game is a Dis

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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 5B 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 September 3-9, the Apopka Police Department received 869 calls for assistance, responded to 16 tions and made 32 arrests. Of these arrests, six were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with battery touch or strike, burglary to unoccupied building, probation violation-school attendance, battery on law enforcement medical technician, carrying concealed weapon and probation violation-imposed condition-aggravated assault with weapon without intent. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Michael Marshall, 30, 445 E. Mills Ave., Eustis, driving while license suspended 1st offense. Christina Moraga, 41, 1123 Francisco Way, Winter Springs, driving under the inNikki J. Smith, 18, 16 N. Christiana Ave., Apopka, crimes against person-specifically felony commit act robfenses-missile dwelling vehicle building. Juan Perez, 26, 1446 Majestic Oak Dr., Apopka, driving while license suspended 1st offense. Frank Cruz, 21, 2016 Vista Ln., Apopka, driving while license suspended 1st offense. James Christian Hoyt, 33, 1929 Precious Cir., Apopka, possession controlled substance without prescription. Turner Sade S. McCalla, 25, 5222 N. Orange Blossom Tr., Orlando, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Arthur Jay Alsept, 25, 210 Caldwell St., Apopka, batterytouch or strike. Tara Ann Craft, 28, 333 W. Welch Rd., Apopka, warrantcapias arrest. William Norwood Oakes, 44, 1252 E. Cleveland Ave., Apopka, battery-touch or strike. Ralph D. Armstrong, 52, 555 Lancer Oak, Apopka, battery-touch or strike. Kyre Leon Little, 19, 349 E. 13th St., Apopka, possession marijuana over 20 grams. Waylon Smith, 30, 4412 Buckeye Ct., Orlando, larceny 1st degree more than $100 but obstruction without violence. Timothy Spivey, 49, 448 Lake Bridge Ln., Apopka, battery on person 65 years or oldwithout violence, William Lamourt, 71, 445 Oakhurst St., Altamonte Springs, driving under the inRuth Regis, 26, 1276 Foxforrest Cr., Apopka, driving while license suspended 1st offense, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams. Jessica Nicole Hyatt, 27, 4504 Barbara Rd., Orlando, larceny grand theft was more than $300 but less than $5,000. Tammy Jarman Hyatt, 57, 4510 Teresa Rd., Orlando, larceny grand theft was more than $300 but less than $5,000. Donald Donate Toldson, 33, 1340 Foxhill Cir., Apopka, warrant capias arrest X 2. 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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 6B The teams traded punts, but the Blue Darters got the worst of that deal when Haeckers punt was downed at the 1-yard line. Two plays later, Smith was tackled in the end zone for a safety, giving the Patriots a 9-0 lead. Lake Brantley got a golden scoring opportunity as another Apopka fumble, this time, after a completed pass from Chandler Cox to Daquon Isom, was recovered by the Patriots on the Apopka 20-yard line, but a goal-line stand, as good as you will want to see, kept the Patriots out of the end zone. After Haecker hit Maurice Thomas for an 18-yard gain on Brantley fumble recovery, the the 2-yard line. With Apopkas downs, another Lake Brantley score might have shut the door on any chance for the Blue Darters to pull out a victory. Lake Brantley running back Tyler Goodwin nearwas stopped just inches short of the goal line. Haecker lost about a half-yard on a quarterback sneak on second down. Another quarterback sneak on third down was blown up by the Apopka defense, as he lost a yard back to the 2. Then, on fourth down, a Lake Brantley run to the left side got to the 1-yard line, but that was it and the Darters were still alive in the game. The second half began inauspiciously for Apopka, as its riod lost seven yards, but the rest of the second half was dominated by Apopkas offensive line in the single-wing offense. on the board on their second possession of the second half, driving 60 yards on nine plays, scoring when Jevric Blocker got free on a counter play for a 14-yard scoring run. Brett Wilson nailed the extra point to trim Lake Brantleys lead to 9-7 with 2:52 left in the third quarter. Apopka gained lots of life and momentum with the score, although the Patriots quickly drove the ball to the Apopka 8-yard line. However, the game changed after a Lake Brantley timeout with 42 seconds left in the third with the Patriots facing a second-and-goal from the Apopka 7-yard line. On the next play, Haecker was stripped of the ball that was picked up by Apopka defensive lineman Isaiah Buehler. The junior rambled 85 yards with the ball for an apparent Apopka touchdown, but an illegal block in the back penalty that was called 30 yards behind Buehler as he ran down the from the Apopka sideline, and plenty of boos from the crowd as well. However the Darters still had the ball, but on their own Smith popped loose on the right side of the offensive line, shook a tackler and outran the Lake Brantley defense for a 76yard touchdown run. The Darters went for the 2-point conversion and Smith ran it in to give the Darters a 15-9 lead with 13 seconds remaining in the third period. That proved to be enough points, as the Apopka defense didnt allow another Lake nal 5:43 to secure the victory. Lake Brantleys powerful triple-option offense was kept in check for all but two plays, as the Patriots rushed for just 124 yards on 28 carries with 95 of those yards coming on two long runs, one was Haeckers 38-yard scoring jaunt. The other was a 57-yarder just prior to Buehlers long fumble return Those two runs were the for the Patriots, who also struggled in the passing game, throwing 17 times, completing only four for 84 yards. Apopka linebacker Garrett Spek had an interception that stopped one Lake Brantley drive. Continued from page 1B 7 1 1 28-124 49-227 84 52 4-17-1 4-7-0 2-2 2-2 5-30 7-55 7 2 0 0 9 0 0 15 0 15 LB-Haecker 38 run (Haecker kick), 3:26 1st; LB-Safety, Smith tackled in end zone, 10:58 2nd; Ap-Blocker 14 run (Wilson kick), 2:52 3rd; ApSmith 76 run (Smith run), :13 3rd. Rushing: Lake Brantley-Crider 7-70; Haekcer 14-50, 1TD; Thomas 3-4; Goodwin 4-0. Apopka-Smith 25142, 1TD; Blocker 7-45, 1TD; Isom 12-31; Darlington 1-5; Cox 3-4; Team 1-0. Passing: Lake Brantley-Haecker 4-17-1, 84. Apopka-Darlington 3-30, 43; Cox 1-3-0, 9; Smith 0-1-0, 0. Receiving: Lake Brantley-Thomas 2-40; Wheeler 1-30; Cuff 1-14. Apopka-Smith 1-32; Isom 1-9; Blocker 1-7; Wittrock 1-4. A-3,000 Darters: Winning drive begins with Buehlers fumble recovery Peaking through the clouds before the kickoff, this rainbow seem to foretell Apopkas fortunes during the second half. The Apopka cheerleaders put their hands over their hearts during the playing of the national anthem as the kickoff approaches. Ray-Ray Smith couldnt escape the tackle of this Lake Brantley defender, but his 142-yards rushing and game winning touchdown did plenty of damage to the opponent. This Is Apopka Country: Dazzie Morris plants the Apopka ag at mideld as the team enters onto the eld. Head coach Rick Darlington cant hide his feelings. Lake Brantley quarterback Damon Haecker calls his own number as he runs to the left side of the line, but nds defensive back Rakeem Smith and the Apopka defense tough to run on. Daquon Isom looks to have open space to run in. That is until he comes across the unusual tackling technique of Lake Brantleys Preddy Maxwell as Chase Haecker closes in on the running back. The picture is worth a thousand words: Apopkas quarterback, an emotional Zack Darlington is treated for a leg injury which sidelined him for most of the game.

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The loss occurred despite the Mustangs holding the Falcons to 82 yards on the ground and out-gaining them in rushing yardage by a margin larger than two to one. Facing third-and-19 at its 39 as the clock dipped under four minutes, Arnold Lusby found William Jesson at Wekivas 17 for the winning touchdown. Lusby got rid of the ball just in time as the pocket was collapsing from both sides. But the passing end of the play was all the Falcons had to do to score, as running a post route down the middle of the safeties and was two yards behind the secondary after the play action. It was a perfectly placed pass as it landed in Jessons hands while in midstride. The score came with 3:54 left in the game. W ith possession of the ball scrimmage, the Falcons opened the scoring as Lusby found Joshua Holoman at the 50 on post patterns over the middle. Holoman split the safeties and was seven yards behind the rest of the defense after the play action and galloped into the end zone untouched. It was also a perfectly placed pass as it landed in Holomans hands in midstride. He lined up in the slot position on the left side. W e had scripted that play, East River coach, Marc Rankin said. We watched the the safeties to come up to the line. We knew they were aggressive but could be thrown over because of it. They came up to the line of scrimmage and the opportunity to throw the ball over the top was there, which we did. The Mustangs tied the game with 6:11 left in the third. The offensive line blew open a hole in the middle of line of scrimmage for Reggie Brown, who ran off the right tackle and then cut back a step into the middle of the line. Running a straight line right down the ran the rest of the defense into the end zone. The offense overcame a high snap which was bobbled the next one to move the ball 71 yards. The drive took six plays and Brown also gained the critical yardage. He gained 20 yards on third and 13 at Wekivas 26 on another draw which was cut back into the middle. Piyahum Soengkang gave the Falcons its second lead at 1310. A 36-yard Lusby to Sedele the drive moved the Falcons into scoring position. The pass was caught at the 10. But perhaps the biggest lapse was wasting another exerting their will play which most importantly put Wekiva in the most prime of positions to recapture the lead. This time Brown maneuvered his way through East Rivers special teams on the ensuing kickoff to the four. However, an unsportsmanlike penalty was committed on the next play, which moved the ball back to the 19. Unable to get into the end zone, James Varble then missed a 36left in the third. The long kickoff return it gave the Mustangs favorable game. After forcing the Falcons into a three-and-out, the Mustangs blocked an attempted punt and took over possession of the ball at the 21. Brown made sure this time, there was no stumble as he toted the leather on four consecutive plays, gaining six yards on a third and six and then scoring on an 11-yard rushing touchdown with 7:33 left in the game. Then the supposed-tobe-formality, extra point was missed and it would come back to haunt Wekiva as it needed stead of three after the 61 yard touchdown pass. A 42-yard completion from Bart Bell to Brown on the ensuing possession rekindled the Mustangs optimism for victory. The last full opportunity ended though, like so much of what had previously happened. Another lapse was the end of what was a promising winning drive. The Falcons and under the pressure, Bell fumbled at the Falcons 25 with 2:18 left in the game. After a yeomans effort by the defense to get the ball back one last time, Wekiva regained possession of it with 1:00 left and at East Rivers 35. But forced to go for the touchdown, Wekiva gave up a sack to effectively end their last gasp. The game was won by the team that made the least mistakes and who made the most of them, Rankin said. nal Mustangs play and with a bad snap, they made the mistake under the pressure. We were there to make the most of downs, the two safeties came up on the winning touchdown, which opened up the long pass for us. We are young, not a lot of games under our belts, especially on defense. But we hung in there and made enough big plays. Both teams played tough, physical defense. Parker did a great job with his defense. Last year, he beat us when we came up short with the ball inside the 15. This year we (the coaches) beat them and they had the ball inside our 30. Brown totaled 172 yards on 20 carries and the two touch13, but threw for 179 yards as three of the completions went for at least 36 yards. The offense moved the ball better, Parker said. It wasnt pretty, but it got the job done more than it had. It kept the defense didnt meet the expectations. We have high expectations of the defense. We believe there is no reason to give up more than seven points and we are always shooting for a shutout. It is simple. If the other team doesnt score, it cant win. Again, we gave up some plays which shouldnt have happened and those handful of mistakes are usually the difference. The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 7B Continued from page 1B 13 10 41-201 37-82 60 179 2-10-0 5-13-0 6-2 0-0 6-65 9-50 0 0 7 6 13 7 0 0 10 17 ER-Holoman 67 pass from Lusby (Soengkang kick), 11:48 1st; WBrown 47 run (Varbel kick), 6:11 3rd; 4th; W-Brown 11 run, (kick failed), 7:33 4th; ER-Jesson 61 pass from Lusby (Soengkang kick), 3:54 4th. Rushing: Wekiva-Brown 20-172 2 TD; Bell 9-22; Watson 5-10; CofRiver-Holoman 7-24; Lusby 14-23; 2-5; Holtham 1-1; Dexter 2-(-6); Team 1-(-1). Passing: Wekiva-Bell 2-10-0, 60. East River Lusby 5-13-0, 179 2 TD. Receiving: WekivaBrown 1-42; Ross 1-18. East River Jesson 3-76 1 TD; Holoman 1-67 1 TD; Rymer 1-36. Wekiva: Reggie Browns 172 yards on the ground negated by crucial pass completions Wekiva head coach and defensive coordinator talks to the defensive troops about making adjustments after East River scored the rst touchdown. A familiar sight to the East River defense, Reggie Brown weaves his way around it to create open space to run with the ball. Reggie Brown celebrates with Jarod Bargaineer after scoring one of his two touchdowns against East River. Damoun Patterson launches himself above the East River defender in an effort to catch a pass. Another familiar sight to the East River defense, a defender brings down Reggie Brown with a shoestring tackle as the running back put in a 172-yard performance. Reggie Browns big day included its share of contact, like this play which ended with the East River defenders helmet on the ground while Jarod Bargaineer goes airborne. In a physical, low-scoring contest, East Rivers runners had little room to rush the ball due to heavy pursuit by the Wekiva defense, such as Joshua Harteld on this play during the rst quarter. photos by Tammy

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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 8BThis weeks recipes are a sort of pot-luck collecmany local community cookbooks. Salads, soup and bread are on this menus specialty. JOAN ALSUPS ELTHA MARKS SALAD SUPREME Recipe from Feeding the Flock cookbook vored gelatin 2 cups boiling water 1-1/2 cups cold water 1 (20-ounce) can crushed pineapple, drained, reserving liquid 1 cup chopped walnuts, divided 1 package Dream Whip (or 8 ounces whipped topping) 1 (8-ounce) package of cream cheese, softened 1 tablespoon lemon juice cup sugar 2 eggs, beaten Prepare gelatin with 2 cups boiling water, then add 1-1/2 cups cold water and chill until mixture begins to congeal. Add drained pineapple to chilled gelatin. Pour into an oiled 13 x 9 x 2-inch pan. Sprinkle with cup walnuts. Chill until mixture is completely congealed. Prepare whipped topping according to directions and blend in the cream cheese. make one cup. Combine lemon juice, until thickened. Chill thoroughly. When cheese mixture. Sprinkle remaining walnuts on top and chill. Recipe yields 12 to for a luncheon for the art show judges Joan Alsup wrote in a footnote to the Feeding the Flock. The judges agreed it was a blue on cream cheese mixture was similar to VAL SMITHS SUPER SALAD Recipe from Northside Christian Churchs A Christian Cookbook Spring mix salad greens (Costco), 4 tomatoes (Roma preferred), cut into pieces 6 marinated artichoke hearts, rinsed and cut into pieces 4 large hearts of palm, sliced about inch thick 1 Hass avocado, peeled and cut into pieces cup each of red and green pepper, chopped -inch thick 1 medium red onion, thinly sliced 4 to 6 green onions, cut diagonally one-fourth inch cup Feta cheese, crumbled (optional) Green and black olives, coarsely chopped Dressing: Olive oil Balsamic vinegar Oregano Rosemary Garlic powder Onion powder Combine all salad ingredients and set aside. Put all dressing ingredients in shaker or jar and shake to combine. coat the greens. HELEN BARKERS CHEESY CAULIFLOWER SOUP Recipe from When The Master Gardener Cooks 2 tablespoons sliced green onions with tops 2 tablespoons water 1-1/2 cups chicken broth 1 cup milk, divided teaspoon Worcestershire sauce cup shredded sharp American cheese Snipped chives Do not drain. Stir in the chicken broth, cup milk and the Worcesteris slightly thickened and bubbly, for apring after each minute. Stir in shredded THOMAS AND ERIKA TESTAS GREEN TOMATO BREAD Recipe from St.Francis Of Assisi Churchs A Taste of Heaven 2 cups chopped green tomatoes 3 eggs 1 cup Crisco oil 2 cups sugar 2 teaspoons vanilla 2 teaspoons baking powder cup golden raisins 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup chopped walnuts 1 cup well-drained crushed pineapple pineapple. Sift all dry ingredients and add to mixture. Blend well and then add the raisins and nuts. Stir to mix. pans. Bake at 350 degrees for one hour When cooled, bread can be wrapped in LORETTA SNIDERS CHEESE-GARLIC BISCUITS Recipe from Church of the Holy Spirits Favorites for all Seasons 2 cups Bisquick baking mix 2/3 cup milk cup shredded Cheddar cheese cup butter or margarine, melted teaspoon garlic powder baking mix with the milk and cheese until a soft dough forms. Beat for thirty seconds. Drop dough by spoonsful onto an ungreased cooking sheet. Bake for eight to ten minutes or until golden brown. Mix butter and garlic powder. Brush cheese-garlic biscuits warm. Recipe DEE MCLANNAHANS HONEY CUSTARD FRENCH TOAST Recipe from Church of the Holy Spirits Favorites for all Seasons cup honey 1 cup milk 6 eggs 1-1/2 teaspoons cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon salt 12 slices French bread Butter Toasted pecan pieces Additional honey ey, milk, eggs, cinnamon and salt. Dip bread slices in egg mixture, turning to coat. Melt a little butter in a griddle or large skillet and brown the soaked bread slices, turning once to brown the second sprinkle with pecans. Recipe yields six SUSAN PELTERS CHOCOLATE NUT PIE Recipe from Favorites for all Seasons 2 eggs 1 stick butter or margarine, melted 1 cup sugar 1 cup walnuts, chopped 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup chocolate chips 1 frozen pie crust, thawed Cream butter and sugar. Add eggs maining ingredients. Put mixture into an unbaked pie shell and bake at 375 degrees for 35 minutes. Recipe yields eight Taste this pot-luck collection from local community cookbooks FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14AARP Meeting: SENIORS 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Free for AARP members. New guest speaker monthly. City of Apopka, Fran Carlton Center. 11 N. Forest Ave., Apopka. Contact Elaine Wallace at 407-886-4359 for more information.SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15Give the Kids the World Pancake Day : at Perkins Restaurant, 989 W. O.B.T., Apopka. Patrons will recieve a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes in the hope they will donate to Give the Kids the World. For information, call 407-464-1075. 3rd Annual Fiesta De Colores : 11:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m., the City of Ocoee Human Relations Diversity Board will hold a festival in celebration of Hispanic Heritage month at Bill Breeze Park, 125 N. Lakeshore Dr., Ocoee. Bring your own blanket and lawn chairs. No coolers. The festivities will include Latin cuisine, festive games and prizes, pinatas, a bounce house, door prizes, live music, and much more fun for the family! For information, call 407905-3100 or visit www.ocoee.org. Annual Zellwood Reunion : Sponsored by the Zellwood Historical Society, Museum and Library, from 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., at the Zellwood Community Center, 3160 Union St., Zellwood. Everyone is invited to come join the festivities. For more information, call Delores Lynch at 321-277-4587.SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16Beginning 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. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-8864231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. 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, SEPTEMBER 17 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. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-8864231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonsupport organization. Meetings are currently held at Radiant Life Church, 3151 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. For information, please call 407312-0849, or go to www.tops.org. Toastmasters: 7:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m., 180 E Main St., Apopka, in the **Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce building. For more information, call 407-880-3855 or 407-880-9595 or visit www.Apopkatoastmasters.org.TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 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. 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. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: the month at 12:00 noon, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. Balling For Jesus: 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Play basketball at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Bobby Scott at 407247-5553 or email jadamone@aol. com. GFWC Apopka Womans Club General Meeting: 7:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church. Please RSVP to 407-889-2872. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with notice. For info., call City Clerk 407-703-1704.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 nonmembers. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www. aaog.tv.WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19T.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 nonsupport organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407-886-1147. 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 407-703-1631 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 407-703-1631 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 and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Recorder Music Classes: 11:15 a.m. noon, and from 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., at the Magnolia Park classroom, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. Music, music theory and group performance will be taught. The classes are free, although an RSVP is requested. For more information, call 407-886-4231. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central, in Apopka. Call 407-880-0335 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 407-814-9678. 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 nonmembers. 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 EVENTSApopka Dance Program : The city of Apopka Dance program invites residents and non-residents to sign up for this season. Instruction is offered to girls and boys in tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, acrobatics, and lyrical. Also offered is a Tiny Tots class for three-year-old children where the little one will learn the basic movements of dance. Parents are also invited to sign up and have fun with their little one in the new Mommy and Me creative movement class for toddlers 18 months and older. Registration began on August 20 and will continue on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the Fran Carlton Center. For information, call 407-703-1631. Pet Bath Days to Help Support the Rosario Family : Pet Care Center of Apopka, River Oaks Animal Hospital and East Lake Animal Clinic will be holding a special from September 11-13th and September 18-20th. Baths for your dogs will be $20. This will include a bubble bath, brush out, toenail trim, and ear cleaning. 50% of all proceeds will be donated to help raise funds for the Rosario family, that was involved in a tragic car accident resulting in her daughters death, also leaving her son and herself needing further care. Please call ahead for appointment and have proof of current rabies vaccine. For information call, 407-884-8924, or visit www. Family Funtastic Day and Gospel Music Celebration : Presented by New Beginnings Worship Center and Victory Cowboy Church, Saturday, September 29, at New Beginnings Worship Center, 4490 N. Rock Springs Rd., Apopka. Activities will include a yard sale, fun kids games, contests, great food and awesome entertainment. All ily. For information or to donate to the event or yard sale, please call Karen Janus at 407-703-4434. 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. 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. Zellwood Historical Society Meeting: Meetings are held the last Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m., at the Zellwood Historical Society Museum and Library, 3160 Union St., Zellwood. Open to all Zellwood residents that have a desire to join. For more information, call 321-277-4587. 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!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 two stoves, a bike and a window air conditioning unit, for those in need. They are also collecting travel-sized hygeine products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, much of which is handed out to students going back to school. For the dropoff locations, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation.org. For more information, call 800-962-2622, email extendedhandapopka@gmail.com or visit www.facebook.com/extendedhandoutreach. Hospital Health Course Offered : T he 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 September! 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 407-835-7323.Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, 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) WEEKLY EVENTS WEEKLY EVENTS UPCOMING & ONGOINGEVENTS 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, September 14, 2012, Page 9BBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff After the 2010 season ended, Apopka girls volleyball coach Jamie Lillethorup decided that consistent respectability and being above average year-afteryear wasnt good enough for his program. The result was an offseason of structural adjustments, which accentuate the growth of consistent championship contenders. It had three goals when 2011 started, defeat Olympia, win the Class 8A-District 3 championship and advance to the season tournament. Last season, the Blue Darters came as close as they ever have in defeating the Titans and claiming the district crown. But it was not enough as the Titans held off a dogged, salivating to realize its ultimate-mission opcided by four points or less) to win the 2011 Class 8A-District nal. Then the season ended with SAA postseason tournament to perennial state power, the Dr. Phillips Panthers. Turn the page to the 2012 season and an 8-0 start which is exactly what Apopka wanted and needed to put itself in the position it has sought for so long. Or in other words, in order to accomplish the other steps, it step, putting itself in the position to challenge the Titans and the other lofty goals it has set. The 8-0 start is not something which comes as a surprise and it was accomplished without nearly the effort it will take as Apopka now begins the meat of its schedule. Nonetheless, it still had to be accomplished or the Blue Darters would not be ready to enter the meat of the schedule. It feels good and is exactquarter of the season, Lillethorup said. It is indicative of us accomplishing the goals which are a part of our play, like serving and passing. We went into this season with the objective of determining what works best for us as far as how we play and what we need to work on. That is normal to a degree for all teams. 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The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 10B In order to help relieve congestion on U.S. Highway 441 (Orange Blossom between State Road 429 (Daniel Webster Western Beltway) and State Road 414 (John Land Apopka Expressway), the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority (OOCEA) is extending SR 429/SR 414 from Boy Scout Road to U.S. 441 near Plymouth-Sorrento Road. This $53.6 million project started in September 2011 and is scheduled to be completed by early 2013. The new expressway will feature six travel lanes (three in each direction) and a new connector road to allow access between SR 429 and U.S. 441 near Plymouth-Sorrento Road. Once the SR 429/SR 414 extension is completed, the existing section of SR 429 from north of SR 414 to U.S. 441 will be renamed State Road 451. This work is part of the second phase of OOCEAs SR 414 expressway project. Originally conceived as a complete ninemile new expressway, OOCEA opted to phase, located between SR 429 and U.S. 441 at Maitland Boulevard, opened to motorists in May 2009. The second phase includes a new interchange between SR 414 and SR 429, a new full interchange between SR 429 and CR 437A, and a new intersection to tie Vick Road into U.S. 441. Once complete, these projects will accommodate planned future growth in west Orange County and provide improved access to I-4, the attractions and other major business centers. Currently, more than 15,600 vehicles a day travel on SR 429 in west Orange County. That number is expected to increase to 26,100 vehicles a day by 2029.SR 414 extension construction moving toward early 2013 opening This grid of reinforcement bar recently had concrete poured into it to form the State Road 414 bridge over U.S. Highway 441 near Plymouth-Sorrento Road in the Plymouth area of Apopka. Workers secure a sign pole along the SR 414 extension that is being constructed. The Binion Road overpass, which spans the SR 414 extension, has been completed for several months. The most easterly part of the SR 414 extension is striped and ready to go. The SR 414/SR 429 interchange is seen in the distance from the portion of the SR 414 extension that is under construction. Heavy earth movers such as this are used in the construction of the road, especially where the roads base must be built up. With Lake Apopka in the far background, this southbound portion of the SR 414 is still little more than a wide dirt path. Heavy equipment moves along the dirt portion of the northbound SR 414 just south of U.S. Highway 441 in the Plymouth area of Apopka.

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to play and the same is true of the players individual roles. With that comes improvement. We have improved from each match and even every set we have played. The players have improved as individual players and the team has improved as a team. The season began with victories over Edgewater and crosstown as well as district rival Wekiva. Both were convincing victories with Apopka quickly exerting it was the better team as it decided the outcome in its favor. Its last two games have been the same as Class 8A-District 3 foes West Orange and Ocoee fell in four as well as three sets, respectively. The Blue Darters district record now stands at 3-0 in as it met the beast it has sought to chop down, Olympia, this week. son meetings for the overwhelming district favorites. In between, last weekend, Friday, September 7 and Saturday, September 8, the team participated in the Lake Minneola tournament, taking all four of the matches in which it played South Lake, Jupiter Christian, Timber Creek and host Lake Minneola were the victims and all four were won in two sets, except Timber Creek. That victory took three sets as Timber Creek nal set was a fairly easy victory for Apopka. Timber Creek and Lake Minneola were both significant measurement wins as both are ranked in the top-10. As far as the records it is everything a team wants and aspires to do, Lillethorup said. That is obvious. But the question is how did we get there to 8-0? We have done exactly what we need to, to get there and it is important. The season has been good so far, but now we are getting to the true test. It gets sigportant. W e will be measuring ourselves toward being in that top tier of teams as we play that kind of opponent from now on in almost every match. It is progresson. The Titans began the run last night, Thursday, September 13, past press time. That match was a road game for the Blue Darters. The other meeting between the two teams is scheduled for October 2 at home. Then Winter Park, Dr. Phillips, the Lake Mary/Bishop Moore Tournament, Lyman, Lake Brantley folBishop Moore on the road. All are ranked and have reputations for not only district championships, but long postseason runs and state championship expectations. W e have harped this season on the mantra of the team which improves the most, goes the farthest and we have dedicated ourselves to being that team, Lillethorup said. We (the coaches) are pleased with the progress and what weve done to this point of the season. We are where we should and need to be. However, as I said the schedule gets prothat way so we will be ready to play the teams we need to, to get into that top tier. The team understands the importance of improving and that was the key coming into this season. The players work hard and have worked hard to get on the same page. Consistency is what it takes to defeat the teams on the schedule and in the postseason. We have focused on improving because it is how consistency starts. Consistency leads to everyone being on the same page. The fundamentals are always strong when everyone is on the same page, like passing, which is maybe the most important part of a teams game. Our passing has been strong all season, especially the third pass and again to defeat the teams we play in the future and want to in the postseason, it has to be a strong part of out game. Before the second match against the Titans and after the heart of the district schedule will be played out. Evans and cross-town rival Wekiva follow Olympia next week. The rest of the schedule is West Orange (Sept 25) and Ocoee (Sept. 27). In the past we have played down to the competition, Lillethorup said. But we have become a very mature team this season. Last night (against Ocoee) we scored 23 aces. We havent let off the gas. When we should be the better team and win, we have played that way. This season, the team plays with the mindset of being about how good we can be. Denise (Belcher) has been instrumental in that area. As the face of the program, she works hard and wants to get better every day. That sets the tone for the team. When the rest of the team sees the face working as hard as she does and the desire to get better, it takes that tone on. Her hitting and kill percentage has improved with each match. Our two setters, Haley Day and Kaitlyn Jackson have made the most improvement. They were good but they want to be great and it has shown with them getting even better than where they were. And we (the coaches) like what the freshmen have done. They have grown and then delivered in a short period of time, especially Nicole Dominguez and Camille Nieves. As a freshman playing outside hitter, it is unusual for Dominguez to be relied on so heavily to contribute. The position is almost always played by juniors and seniors, because of the quick decisions which have to be made. Nieves is a defensive specialist and her position is almost always played by a junior or senior as well. The Apopka Chief, September 14, 2012, Page 11B a series of 636. He was incredibly consistent, Kurtz said. He threw over 200 every game. That is what we expect from him. The difference was how we handled the slow start. That comes from experience and depth. We made mistakes we dont norfew frames. I told the bowlers to take a step back and take a deep breath. They did and we regrouped and got back on track. Then we threw a series of strikes, not just a couple or three, but a bunch of them. W e knew we could do it because of the experience. We have been there and done it. We have gone to the state championship meet. That is an invaluable experience. Apopka is still a good team. They will be heard from at the Metro Conference and district championship meets. They are young and already doing what they did. They will only get better. It is going to take what we did, one to defeat them. The Wekiva girls also won. Apokpa is rebuilding unwas 1876-1581. Wekiva took was never challenged. After game one, the lead was 138.Impressive: Continued from page 3BDuring Apopkas match against West Orange last week, middle blocker Lindsay Sabiston sets herself for a kill. Continued from page 9BUndefeated: 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-27778 WEEK SPECIALPay 6 Weeks...get 2 weeks FREE! (Commercial or Personal) Pay 3 Weeks...get 1 Week FREE!4 WEEK SPECIALSPECIAL$6.50 for 15 words*Lost & FoundFREE2 week maximumClassified Line AdCash Only ($8.50 if billed) *.45 each word over 15RegularClassified .45 each additional word CLASSIFIEDDEADLINE: Monday 5p.m. for Wednesday/Friday delivery 12. Counseling 13. Good Things To Eat 14. 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rfnnttbt r r r r r r b r r bfff rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnntftb r r r r r r bbb rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n n bffb n n n ftt tf n r n r r rb nfnfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br bft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnntfftt b r r r r r r r r r r r r r rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n f fn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfnnfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnntftbt r r r r bb bf r r fb r fb rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n n ff n n bbn ftt tf n r n r r rb nfnb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tbnt n ffr fftf fbt rfnnttbt t r r r r r f rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nffb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tnt n ffr fftf ff rfnnttb r r r r r r f rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n n bffb n n n ftt tf n r n r r rb nffb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br bft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnnttbtt r r r r tb rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n tt tn n ftt tbf n n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tbnt n ffr fftf f rffnftb t r r r r r r r bntf rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t fbf b fnn nf r r r rb nnnfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br fn bnttnt ffr fbfnf ftttt rfnnttbt r r r r r bf rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br bft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnnttb b r r r r bf rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n fb fn n bftt tf n n r n r r rb nffb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br ft btnt n ffr fbftf ff rfnntfffb t r r r r r rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfnnfnb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tnt n ffr fftf ffb rfnnttbt r r r r r r f rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n fb fn n bftt tf n n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br ft btnt n ffr fbftf f rffnntbb r r r r r fn rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t tfb ft bfnn nf r r r rb nnb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br fn bnn ffr fbfnf f r fntbt bbt n f ffr r fr r f f n ff rfnttt f ff rfnttt f bbbbb bb bfbf tb bnbnbf rnbffn ntntt rfbrf rnbnnb bbbb nb tt tr r r bb rr bbbb b bbbb nbb b r brtbtrb bbb bffbbb bbb bb btbb bb bbn bft bbf t bf rrttt r ttr btt br rft rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r rtt rr n ftrtbt r fntb b nb f ffr r rr f f n tttf rb f rf nt btf ft rntt b trfrn tn rn n f bbtr r r bb rr f rf r nbb rrtbtr nf rffbn f rtrnt nr r fnr rf br t bt t bb b b rf t rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r b n ftrtbt r ff ntbn tbb r r f f r r r f f r b n rfn tbt rr fr r nr r r rr bf fbbf tnn n rr fr r nr n r r r n r n t frr t b rf bnbntbn b r ff ntbn tt fr f r b n fr rfn tbt rr fr r nr r r rr rt rr fr r nr n r r r n r n t frr t b rf bnbntbn b

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