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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: 10-05-2012
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This week Section A Section B Section COpinion .............. 4A-5A Lifestyle .................. 6A Worship .................. 7A Bus. Rev. .... 12,13,15A Sports ..................... 1B Kapers .................... 6B Dining & Ent ........... 7B ...... 13B-16B Service Dir. .... 14B,15B ........ 1C-10C Lifestyle Bless AmericaSportsA group of Apopka High School students will visit Washington, D.C. See page 6A. The Apopka High girls volleyball team celebrated a big victory this week. See page 1B. The Apopka ChiefVolume 90 Number 40Covering the community in the 21st centuryFriday, October 5, 2012 / 50 cents The Apopka Chief By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff graduate of Apopka High By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff Mitt Romney will visit Apopka Saturday GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is scheduled to be in Apopka Saturday, October 6, at the Apopka Amphitheater. Gates are slated to open at 4:30 p.m. with Romney speaking at 7 p.m.(Photo from Romney Facebook page)City seeks public input on possible charter changes Land The Wekiva High School Homecoming queen and king will be crowned today, Friday, October 5, during halftime of the Wekiva football game against George Jenkins High of Lakeland. Shown are, (l-r), Taniya Naznin, Tamera Sinclair, Emily Woodward, Paxton Sickler, Brianna Peavey, Aleya Bradley, Kirsten Elwin, and Emily Smith. Back row, Anil Singh, Sam Jallah, Jeffrey Netgate, Bryan Monroy, Evyn Hawthorne, Yawn Coleman, Austin Peavey, and Latavious Melton. Tickets to the game are $6 and will be available at the gate. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. For more about the game, see Sports. For more pictures of some of Wekivas early Homecoming Week activities, see page 16A. Wekiva High Homecoming court Size of homes, lots causes city stir is topic of meetingMarket will have opening day See CITY Page 2A See LANDFILL Page 2A See MARKET Page 3AThe Apopka Foliage & Fresh Market will be held at Kit Land Nelson Park every Saturday from now through the end of May 2013. See CHARTER Page 3A

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The Apopka ChiefOctober 5, 2012, Page 1B See the story at the top of the page about the Wekiva Mustangs football team picking up season, a 29-28 triumph over the Boone Braves. Coached by Ty Parker, the Mustangs scored utes remaining in the game, then added a dra matic 2-point conver sion by Reggie Brown to come away with the Metro Conference win. Q. Who are the Wekiva Mustangs playing for their annual Homecoming football game? A. The Mustangs will host the Eagles of George Jen kins High School from Lakeland. Last year, the Musbetween Wekiva and the Polk County school. This time, the Mustangs will be looking to cap Homecom ing Week with a big victory.SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff A winless Hialeah-Miami Lakes football team was just what the doctor ordered for the Apopka Blue Darters following a tough district loss to Olympia, as the Darters thrashed Miami Lakes, 59-6, on Friday, September 28, at Roger Williams Field. The Blue Darters raised their record to 2-2 I thought we played harder and I thought we improved, Apopka coach Rick Darlington said about his teams effort. We were very simple in our plans on both sides of the ball. With starting quarterback Zack Darlington still out nursing an injured ankle and also missing center Dazzie Morris, running back Jevric Blocker, and linebacker Garrett Spek, the Blue as they did the scoreboard. Running out of the single-wing offense, the Blue Darters rushed for 356 yards on 34 carries, an average of nearly 10.5 yards per car ry. Apopka had 12 rushes of 10 yards or more. Ray Ray Smith led the Darters with 154 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries, while Daattempts. Chandler Cox, who also ran for 75 yards and a touchdown, completed the only pass he threw, a 33-yard touchdown strike to Jacob Wittrock. Meanwhile, the Apopka defense was shutting down the Miami Lakes offense, especial ly in the run department. The Trojans netted a minus-28 yards on 23 attempts. Lazarus Waldon rose up to be the leading ballcarrier for Miami Lakes, rushing for nine yards on two car ries very late in the game. The Trojans had a attempt when the snap went over the head of punter Gustavo Pena. Although Apopka fumbled away that scor ing chance, it wasnt long before the Darters put up a score. It was another high snap that led his own end zone to punt the ball, Pena had to leap high just to catch the snap. He got the punt off without it being blocked, but it went off the down at the Miami Lakes 15-yard line. It took just one play for J.J. Simmons to conversion to give the Darters an 8-0 lead. Simmons also got the second score of the game for the Blue Darters. Normally a defensive back, Simmons was substituting for Blocker both as a running back and punt returner, and he took advantage a few plays lat er on the next Pena punt when he returned it 54 yards for a touchdown. Again, Isom ran in the 2-point conversion and the Blue Darters led By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff To the Boone Braves, the words Wekiva Mustangs probably are the equivalent of a child hearing about the boogeyman after the Braves, a perennially ranked postseason par ticipant, were upset 29-28 by the Mustangs Friday, Septem ber 28. After scoring the winnal minute to shock Boone (22) last season, the back-to-back feat was completed by Wekiva (1-4) as it found the end zone late once again. After sending its threeheaded rushing attack of Reggie Brown, Ryan Watson and Richard Scott between and off the tackles almost continuously, the Mustangs called on safetyturned-running-back Sam Jalleft in the game. And move it he did, as the defensive lead er turned offensive hero with a 19-yard rush into the end zone to pull the Mustangs to within one point, 28-27, of the Braves. After taking the direct snap, three defensive linemen Sweeping to the left side, Jallah ran just past two of them between the 20and 25-yard lines as the play moved towards the hashmark. He then broke the diving tackle of the third Boone defender just before he reached the hashmark. When he turned mage, he continued to weave further to the outside while Brown executed a block at the 10. After following the block, Jallah then outran the defender into the end zone. Wekiva decided to go for the 2-point conversion and ran a sweep to the right side. With open space outside the hashmark created by the offensive line and following Watsons block, Brown eluded three defenders with a cut back to the inside and then another one to the outside to give the Mustangs what would prove to be the winning points. We have shown we can play this season, but we had yet to have that drive to overcome adversity during games, Wekiva coach Ty Parker said. We continued to battle tonight. The players know they have the ability, talent and coaching to win. But it was a matter of doing it. At some point, the team By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Across the country, there are events to assist veterans, but there are a lesser number which sist disabled veterans. Yet, the Northwest Orange County area can boast of honoring those whose lives were changed for ever when they were disabled while serving their country with pride. Prisoners of war, those missing in action, and the soldiers who have fallen are also included on the list. This year marked the third consecutive year the annual Disabled Veterans Golf Outing took place. Organized by the Zellwood Stations Veter so successful the hope of turning it into an annual event became possible and it has been held the last three years on September 29 at the Zellwood Station Golf Club. It was a rousing success, said Frank Lowry, president of the Zellwood Station Veterans Club, We (the organiz ers) were very happy and satistwenty people attended the luncheon. Lowry said the event continues to be important because meeting the needs of veterans takes place on a continuous basis. And raising money through the game is a common endeavor taken up by them for a variety of reasons, both physically and emotionally. To that end, the Veterans Club takes a direct role in providing the means for it to hapWhen the Apopka Blue Darters girls volleyball team took on Olympia for the second time this season on Tuesday, October 2, and the match crowd at Joe R. Sterling Gymnasium was just as pumped as were the Blue Darters. After inching closer and Blue Darters knocked off the perennial postseason partici pant and state power for the second time this season. With two victories over the Titans, the undefeated Blue Darters have deserving to be a part of the discussion about the states powers and it comes from the fact the 18-25, 25-21, 27-25, 25-16 victory over the Titans legitimiz defeated record of 14-0. Two of the three losses suffered by the Titans are to the Blue Darters. We have worked a very long time to defeat them and now we have done it twice, Wekiva running back Reggie Brown keeps his knee off the ground as he stretches out toward the goal line to score the winning 2-point conversion for the Mustangs in their 29-28 victory over the Boone Braves.(Staff photo by Tammy Keaton) See MUSTANGS Page 10BAs teammate Rakeem Smith comes to help, Ben Bascom tackles Hialeah-Miami Lakes punter Gustavo Pena, who had to chase down a snap over his head early in the game. See DARTERS Page 10B Steve Allberry was one of the disabled veterans who played. See VETERANS Page 11B See VOLLEY Page 10BAlong with their fans, the Apopka Blue Darters celebrate their victory over the Olympia Titans.

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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 3B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff It is no secret there are always going to be teams which other teams get healthy against. Unfortunately for the George Jenkins Eagles of Lakeland, it has become that team. Fortunately for Wekiva, the Eagles are the opponent today Friday, October 5, for the annual Homecoming game. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Mustang Field. And for the second consecutive year, the Eagles are the next opponent on the schedule when it appears the Mustangs are gaining their footing. In particular, Wekiva has put itself in a position to salvage this season after it appeared 2012 had headed south. It is also the second consecutive year Wekiva comes into this game against George Jenkins after seizing a victory over perennial postseason participant Boone, which puts them in the position of salvaging the season. It is a big victory because the winning touchdown was scored late (with 4:44 left in the game) after the lead was given up. But, most importantly, with the Mustangs seizing Wekiva found the identity and resiliency it had been searching for. During the previous games this season, Wekivas power rushing attack has been effective for stretches of time, but against Boone, it gelled into a relentless assault which pounded the opponent over and over again with each play as it was at its most effective. With that comes optimism, and Wekiva can still be a player in the District 8A-4 standings and contend for a berth in the regional round of the FHSAAs postseason tournament. We knew from the beginning it was going to be a struggle, Wekiva coach Ty Parker said. We got a late start with the team meshing in all the difthree of four games were learning experiences. We werent perfect against Boone, but the cohesion and meshing together was far further ahead of where it had been. The cohesion a team has cant be underestimated in its role in winning and losing. But sometimes, it is overlooked when explaining losses. The issue hasnt been talent and skill. This team has been through a lot of experiencpractice) and we have learned a lot of lessons. We got (running back) Reggie (Brown) back last week and we will have (safety) Terrance (Ross) back this week. Along with those lessons we learned, the second half of the season is a great opportunity to win and salvage the season. There is no reason we wont be competitive while playing our game. We got our there is no substitute for experience. We know and understand how to do it for the course of an entire game now and have the experience as a guide. We understand that when we have that cohesiveness we can do it and how it leads to victories. Just like last year, a win against George Jenkins would raise Wekivas record to 2-3 with Ocoee next on the schedule, another opponent which, on paper, is beatable. Most importantly, Ocoee is a District 8A-4 member and the Mustangs would meet them on a two-game winning streak. A victory over the Knights would even the Mustangs district record at 1-1 and keeps them only a game out of the lead. But a win against the Knights starts by doing the same against George Jenkins. three games, Wekivas game plan was sound enough and its play was capable enough to win. However, the team which showed up for the fourth game against West Orange, for whatever reason, wasnt the same. West Orange scored on and it took only six to garner three touchdowns and jump on Wekiva en route to a 42-8 victory. So, while it was important to step over that adversity to a traditional power, it was important to do it after the game against the Warriors for the bigger picture and that is the season as a whole. During the previous games this season, Wekivas power rushing attack had been effective for stretches of time. But, against Boone, it gelled into a relentless assault which pounded the opponent over and over again with each play as it was at ly put itself in charge of dictating the terms of how the game was to be played and won, for Last seasons game against the Eagles was also a game for the ages. Wekiva running back Omari Albert had one of those nights where everything came together for him and the team. He ran through, under, over, around and any other possible way with the ball for 319 yards By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff If the Apopka Blue Darters are to make the football postseason for the 13th straight season, they pretty much must win their remaining three District 8A-4 contests. day, Friday, October 5, when the Blue Darters (2-2) host the 1-3 Ocoee Knights. Apopka fell 38-21 to Olympia Septemputting the Blue Darters in the same hole they were in last season, having to win their remaining district games to land the runner-up spot in the district and the playoff berth that goes with it. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $6 and will be available at the gate. The game will be broadcast on WBZW-1520AM and online at www.1520thebiz.com. Pregame begins at 7:15 p.m. district game, but the Knights are coming off an open week after having defeated Cypress Creek, 20-7, on September 21 But, the Knights run the spread offense, which has not been kind to Apopka so far this season. We have not performed well against the spread offense to date, Apopka defensive coordinator Jeff Rolson said. Why this is Im unsure, He expects Ocoee to be balanced, running as much as passing. They have good size up front, but if we play really like we played against the last two spread teams (Dr. Phillips and Olympia), well have problems. Part of the issue for Apopka has been injuries. Missing last weeks 59-6 victory over Hialeah-Miami Lakes were quarterback Zack Darlington, center Dazzie Morris, running back/punt returner Jevric Blocker, and linebacker Garrett Spek. It may be game-time decisions on them, although Blocker and Spek practiced extensively this week. Head coach Rick Darlington wasnt so sure about his son, Zack. Im not planning for him to be back. As of right now, were planning on being very basic and planning on going without him, he said. It (offensive game plan) will be basic because I think we need basic. Ocoees defense has been in a 3-3 look some, but has also shown other formations. To confront the multiple looks, Darlington has shown his offensive line many different defensive lineups. Our guys have got to get comfortable blocking against any front. When you have no idea what theyre running, you have to be basic, the coach said. As long as we dont have negative plays, we should be OK. The importance of the district game has been stressed, Darlington said. Weve got to win the district games. Were behind the same eight ball we were last year. Its a must-win game. Who: Ocoee Knights (1-3 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) at Apopka Blue Darters (2-2 overall; 0-1 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, Oct. 5, 7:30 p.m. Where: Apopkas Roger Williams Field Why: Dist. 8A-4, Metro Conference game Cost: $6 at the gate Radio: WBZW-1520AM, www.1520thebiz.com Who: Lakeland George Jenkins Eagles (1-4 overall; 1-0 Dist. 7A-5) at Wekiva Mustangs (1-4 overall; 0-1 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, Oct. 5, 7:30 p.m. Where: Wekiva High Schools Mustang Field Why: non-district, non-conference game Cost: $6 at the gate Blue Darters host Ocoee Knights in must-win district game See WEKIVA Page 13B ROGER WILLIAMS, JR. 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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 5B My, what a difference a week makes. Just seven days after the football teams from Wekiva and Apopka high schools gave up a combined 80 points and scored just 29, the two come away with victories. For Wekiva, the 29-28 victory over Boone was incredibly important, as it was the Mustangs. To say the players and coaches at Wekiva needed the win is quite an understatement. For a high school football player and coach, nothing makes for a nice Friday night like a victory. To give the effort they must give day-in and day-out and not come away with a win week after week is tough on anyone. gives the team members some pride at school and in the community. Given the way the Mustangs won the game is also proof of maturity. They fell of the game, then used their ground game to get ahead before falling behind after Boone used three third-quarter touchdowns to grab a 28-21 lead. Thats when the Mustangs really grew up. They drove for the touchdown which brought them to within one point, 2827, when Sam Jallah got some great blocks and used his speed to score from 19 yards out. Coach Ty Parker decided that he didnt want to test the overtime waters by kicking a tying extra point. He called on running back Reggie Brown for the 2-point conversion run and the senior delivered, breaking at least three tackles and hurdling a teammate who had been blocking for him. Then, at the goal line, Brown dove for the end zone with a Herculean effort. I wasnt there, but I saw the our photographer at the game, got a great picture of a horizontal Brown about to cross the goal line. For Apopka, the 59-6 romp over Hialeah-Miami Lakes was not unexpected, but the Blue Darters had to get the job done without starting quarterback Zack Darlington as well as center Dazzie Morris, running back Jevric Blocker, and linebacker Garrett Spek. them did an outstanding job against a team that, admittedly, is not very good, but when you have that many starters out, you just never know how things are going to turn out. Blocker and Spek will likely be back, while the status of Morris and Darlington may not be decided until game time. Overall, both teams are feeling much better about the future of their seasons. Unbeaten in district play In a very exciting match, the Apopka High girls volleyball team remained perfect in District 8A-3 action, snagging the top seed in the district tournament that will be played later this month at West Orange High. The Blue Darters downed defending district champ Olympia 3-1 this week in front of a crowd that grew more into the match as the Blue Darters honed in on the victory. Coach Jamie Lillethorup and his staff have done a great job in building the program to one of the best in the area, and Central Florida is one of the best for girls volleyball. In fact, Bishop Moores team is ranked No. 1 in the nation right now. There are some very tough non-district match-ups remaining for Lillethorup and the Blue Darters, but grabbing the No. 1 seed in the district tournament is incredibly important. However, winning the time will still very likely require a win over Olympia. Hopefully for the Blue Darters, this season will continue to be a special one. After the win over Boone last week, the Mustangs ceremotionally, but now they must be about continuing the good things that winning brings. George Jenkins comes in with just a 1-4 record, but the Eagles play in powerful Polk County, which means a team with a losing record there might be better than a team with a winning one elsewhere. But, Orange County is pretty tough when it comes to football, as well, and the Mustangs just defeated one of the better teams when they downed Boone. The main thing Wekiva must do is continue the good things they did in beating Boone. Last year, the Mustangs used running back Omari Albert to wear down George Jenkins. This season, Wekiva can use Ryan Watson and Richard Scott to wear down the Eagles with their powerful ground games. Then, add in Reggie Browns speed and it will be tough for the Eagles to stop the Mustangs. Wekivas best defense will be a ball-control offense they showed against Boone. It kept all-star running back A.J. Turman on the sideline for much that will send the Mustangs to their second straight victory. The score will be For the Blue Darters, this is a must-win game. Apopka cannot make the playoffs for the 13th straight season without beating the Knights. Ocoee is just 1-3, having defeated only a weak Cypress Creek team two weeks ago. If Apopka plays the game as it should, the Blue Darters will walk away with a solid win. Last season, Apopka defeated the Knights 32-6 and that was the smallest Apopka margin since Darlington returned to Apopka in 2006. If a law enforcement crime and this paper reports that information, please noinformation, we will be hapThe Apopka In the period from September 24-30, the Apopka Police Department received 890 calls for assistance, responded citations and made 35 arrests. Of these arrests, six were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with larceny petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense, sex assault by under 18 years of age-sex battery victim under 12 years of age, possession of marijuana no more than 20 grams, possession of controlled substance without prescription, warrant information report and burglary to unoccupied structure unarmed. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Holly Diane Springer, 44, 206 S. Apollo Dr., Apopka, alcohol or drugs. Robert Francis Kersey, 24, 6462 Stardust Ln., Orlando, making false report to law while license suspended 1st offense, hit and run failure to stop remain at crash involved. Alton Lavelle Turner, 42, 321 Hope Cir., Orlando, larceny-grand theft more than $5,000 but less than $10,000. Larry Richardson, 42, 1865 Snapdragon Ct., Apopka, driving while license suspended 1st offense. Jose Luis Perez-Hernandez, 23, 290 Hankin Rd., Bartow, operating vehicle without drivers license. Edwin Mercado Santiago, 40, 1613 Bouldercreek Ct., Apopka, aggravated assault with deadly weapon with intent, weapon offense-improper Britney Ballard, 20, 6645 Hawksmoor Dr., Orlando, driving while license suspended 2nd offense. Tiffany Lynn Simmons, 26, 301 W. Ponkan Rd., Apopka, warrant-contempt of court. Catherine M. Harrold, 50, 3585 Creighton Rd., Pensacola, possession of cocaine. Justin Pavelka, 27, 5207 Chakanotosa Cir., Orlando, possession marijuana not more than 20 grams, possession and/ or use of drug equipment, possession controlled substance without prescription. Oscar Leonides, 18, 921 Little Ave., Apopka, larcenygrand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Sylvia Jean Leonides, 46, 921 Little Ave., Apopka, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Nassar M. Suluki, 48, 624 Spice Trader Way, Orlando, driving while license suspended 1st offense. George Herbert, 53, 1185 Green Vista Cir., Apopka, aggravated assault with deadly weapon without intent. Jonathan Wayne Murray, 47, 538 Ella J. Gilmore St., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense, possession manufacture delivery of drug struction without violence. Indra K. Harpaul, 56, 1792 Scrub Jay Rd., Apopka, larcenypetit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Aubrieanne M. Reyes, 20, 363 W. Kelly Park Rd., Apopka, battery-cause bodily harm. Terrell Markese Isom, 18, 501 Summit St., Apopka, burglary unoccupied structure unstruction without violence, damage property criminal mischief $200 and under. Rodrick J. Robinson, 19, 19 G.H. Washington St., Apopka, larceny-2nd degree 2nd offense, larceny-commit theft-resist return of property. Richard Herrera, 21, 7038 Holly St., Zellwood, aiding prisoner escape. Jose Delgado, 33, 1550 Downing St., Groveland, drivhol or drugs. Rafael Castillo, 27, 514 Lakebridge Ln., Apopka, drivhol or drugs. Jose Luis Pinero, 46, 6866 Shimmering Dr., Lakeland, alcohol or drugs, refuse to submit to DUI test. Louis Difazio, 26, transient, Apopka, burglary unoccupied structure unarmed, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, damage property criminal mischief tion without violence, burglary from building. Dennis Imhoff, 26, 6444 Jones Ave., Zellwood, carrying concealed weapon, driving while license suspended, habitdrugs. Herbert Walker, 69, 420 Jillson St., Apopka, driving undrugs, driving on permanently revoked license. Sammie Smith, former Apopka High, Florida State and NFL great, is the new representative for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for Apopka High and Lake County, and hes looking to spread the word about FCA to local high school coaches and athletes, as well as the community at large. To that end, Smith will bring one of the big guns of college athletics and a huge supporter of FCA, his former college coach, Bobby Bowden, to Lake County to speak at a luncheon Wednesday, October 10, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Eustis, 3557 E. Orange Ave., Eustis. Tickets are $50 each and are available at Lake Nissan, 10234 U.S. Highway 441, Leesburg; any United Southern Bank location in Lake County; Sideline Sports Eatery, 315 N. Highland St., Mount Dora; or at After graduating from Apopka High in 1985, Smith, one of the top running backs anywhere of his time, signed with Florida State and Bowden. Now retired from coaching, Bowden, 82, has continued a strong speaking schedule, this time lending his drawing power to Smith and his efforts to build the FCA in Lake County and at Apopka High, which is included in his area of responsibility. We are just trying to gain awareness and just trying to introduce FCA to our Lake County community and Apopka with it being a school of mine, Smith said. We want to try to make people aware that we are here in the schools and trying to make a difference in our athletes and coaches lives. We really want to use this luncheon to introduce ourselves to the community. In addition to Bowden being the main speaker, Smith will talk some himself, as will Dayne Williams, who played fullback at FSU when Smith was the top tailback. Coach Bowden, as well as Dayne Williams, who is a good friend of mine, will talk. Hell share what FCA has done in his life, Smith said. We want everyone to know how important it is to continue to have FCA so it can be a mechanism to help forge change for the better. While football connects the men who will be speaking with those who will attend the luncheon, Smith says that wont be the main topic Police Beat With new coach Dale Salapa having proved himself elsewhere, I think Ocoee will continue to improve, so I dont think were going to have an Apopka romp like we had in 2010 when the Blue Darters won 66-14, setting a school record for points in a game. If the Blue Darters take care of the ball, they will defeat the Knights, but we have seen how turnovers can derail even the best of intentions. Apopka may not play a perfect game, but they will still come away with a solid victory. The score will be will speak at FCA See FCA Page 7B Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 10A of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 5B of this newspaper. From time to time, as space allows, The Apopka Chief will print cartoons generated by Bert Rummel, who, along with his wife Pam and children, has been a resident of Apopka since 1999. Rummel expresses his own humorous life experiences through Bertram, a cartoon character created and developed by him in 2003. If Bertram puts a smile on someones face, then my cartoons and artwork are a success, said Rummel.Lil League

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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 6BAutumn harvest season has rolled around again, most deliciously, as always. Freshly picked field-and-tree-ripened fruits and vegetables are available once more from local farms. Sometimes these great-tasting and vitamins-rich treats are provided by friends who enjoy gardening as a hobby. Or, maybe it is you growing your own ingredients in your back yard. Find them where they grow and cook up some super October suppers from the recipes below, all from the great cooks at Apopkas Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit. Very appropriately, is the title of the churchs cookbook featured here this week. Butter a shallow 2-quart pan and ar and a dash of salt. Sift and measure ar, cheese and cinnamon. Shape crust into thin cakes by patting small portions in hands. Place overlapping on top of apples. Bake at 350 degrees until crust is brown, about 50 minutes. Top with whipped cream or ice cream. Servings: 10. Per serving: 289 calories; 13 grams fat. Mix together all ingredients, except apples. Batter will be thick. Spray a bundt pan and layer some sliced apples in bottom. Sprinkle on a little cinnamon with remaining apples. Pour on remaining batter and shake pan to even out. Bake for 1 hour at 375 degrees and test for doneness. Servings: 16. Per serving: 351 calories; 15 grams fat. Peel, quarter and core apples. Place a quarter in each roll which has been smoothed out and lightly stretched. Sprinkle a little cinnamon on each apple. Roll the dough around the apple and pinch ends to seal. Place dumplings close together in a square baking dish. Combine in a saucepan the sugar, orange juice, margarine and vanilla. Bring to a boil. Pour sauce over dumplings and bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes. Serve warm. Servings: 8. Per serving: 222 calories; 11 grams fat. Mix together sweet potatoes, sugar, margarine, eggs, vanilla and milk. Put in baking dish. Topping: Mix together brown sugkle over top of potato mixture and bake 25-30 minutes at 350 degrees. Servings: 10. Per serving: 426 calories; 24 grams fat. 3 tablespoons pimento Scald milk. Add cheese and cracker crumbs. When cool, add eggs, squash, onions, pimento and salt and pepper. Pour in a casserole dish. Melt butter and pour over top of mixture. Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees. Servings: 8. Note: Recipe can be doubled and pimentos omitted. Per serving: 18 calories; 1 gram fat. 1 teaspoon salt Mix all ingredients and blend till smooth. Bake at 325 degrees for about 60 minutes. Makes 2 loaves. Servings: 24. Per serving: 158 calories; 8 grams fat. egg and beat well. Add to rhubarb and mix thoroughly. Pour into unbaked pie crust and cover with top crust. Bake 10 minutes at 425 degrees. Reduce heat and bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes. Servings: 8. Per serving: 170 calories; 1 gram fat. Mix all together and pour into crusts. Bake at 350 degrees until a knife inserted in center comes out clean. Yield: 2 pies. Servings: 16. Per serving: 226 calories; 10 grams fat. melted Peel back the shucks on corn, but do not remove. Pull one shuck from each ear and tie around remaining shucks in a bow. Grill corn for 5-10 minutes, basting often with a mixture of melted butter and fresh basil. Turn corn on grill to promote even cooking. Remove from grill and baste one more time. Serve immediately. Recipe yields six servings. Cook up October suppers with Favorites for all Seasons cookbook Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley.Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. We know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.comPlease send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 400 N. Park Ave., Apopka, FL 32712Please send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 400 N. Park Ave., Apopka, FL 32712or send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 400 N. Park Ave., Apopka, FL 32712 MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili!We know shed love to hear from you!Visit: www.theapopkachief.comWe know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.com Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. We know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.comor send them to: MMM........Chili!The Apopka Chiefand The PlanterRECIPES, 400 N. Park Ave., Apopka, FL 32712 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 8:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., held by the Tangerine Improvement Society, at 1701 Wright Ave., Tangerine. Includes all-you-can-eat pancakes and French toast, sausage, eggs, juice and coffee. The cost is $5 for adults and $2 for kids. For information, call 352-455-3071. 10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m., at Journey Christian Church, 1965 S. O.B.T., Apopka. Buddy break is a free program designed to give caretakers or children with special needs a three-hour break from their care-giving responsibilities. For information call Debbie Sams at 407-462-9173 or register as a VIP or Buddy at BuddyBreakJourney@yahoo.com.SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7 8:00 a.m. until the last item is sold after the 11:00 a.m. service, outside the Chapel at the First United Methodist Church of Apopka, 201 S. Park Ave., Apopka. For information, call 407-312-3839 or email norma.jean111@gmail.com. 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. 2:00 p.m., at the Windy Hill Ranch, 3620 Kelly Park Rd., Apopka. Moro is a former AHS cheerleader who broke her back while cheerleading. Hotdogs and hamburgers will available, as well as salads and homemade desserts. Free ice cream will be offered by Toppers Creamery. There will also be drawings and a silent auction. Cost is $5 per person. For information, call Pauline Mathius at 407-814-8213. 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, OCTOBER 8 9:15 a.m., at 810 Fox Valley Dr., Longwood. Meetings are held every month on the second Monday. For information, call Linda at 407-862-4315 or visit www. swogc.info. 5:00 p.m. 5:55 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. Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensinoncommercial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are currently held at Radiant Life Church, 3151 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. For information, please call 407-312-0849, or go to www.tops.org. 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, OCTOBER 9 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at Magnolia Park. Call 407886-4231 for more information. SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City of Apopka Fran Carlton Center. Call 407-703-1741 for more information. : 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. 6:30 p.m., at the Zellwood Community Center, 3160 Union Sr., Zellwood. Participants are invited to bring a dish of any kind to share with others. For more information, call 407625-1503. 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 407703-1704. 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for nonmembers. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www. aaog.tv. 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. 10:00 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. 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. At 10:15 a.m., lasts approximately 15 min. every Wed. For infants birth to 18 months, OCLS North Orange Branch.* At 10:45 a.m., every Wed., Especially for children ages 18 to 36 months and lasts approximately 20 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* At 11:15 a.m. every Wed. Recommended for children ages and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 for information. 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central in Apopka Call 407-880-0335 for information. 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. 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. 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. Friday, October 12, from 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m., admission is $3 per child. Non-scary event will feature games and prizes, haywith marshmallow roast, entertainment and bounce houses. Fun for all ages! October 13 and 14 at Greenbrier Memory Gardens, 3703 w. Kelly Park Rd., Apopka. There will be a chili cook-off, hot dog eating contest, great food, 50/50 drawing, giveaways, entertainment, vendors, animals and more! For information, call 407-886-2620 or visit www.pawsforacause.info. Saturday, October 13 from 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m., and Sunday, October 14, from 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m, at Dayspring Community Church, 2434 Old Dixie Hwy., Apopka. There will be many local exhibits/vendors and local professional speakers. For information, call 407-739-9915. 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. 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. 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. 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! : The New Journey Youth Center program for youth, ages 12-19, that will offer tutoring in academics, art, music, ning Tuesday, September 4, from 1:00 6:00 p.m., at the John H. Bridges Community Center, Building A, 445 W. 13th St., Apopka. Cost is $30 per teen, per month and $10 for a New Journey Youth Center T-shirt and membership card. A daily snack is included in the cost. Volunteers and speakers are also needed. For more information, call Yarbrough at 407-970-9263 or visit www.newjourneycenter.org. : SENIORS ages 60+, can get onetime assistance per season with past due utility bills, October 1 through March 31. St. Paul A.M.E. Church, 1012 S. Park Ave., Apopka. For information call 407-889-4464 or 407-694-1405. 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. 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 352-3159934 or visit lakeduplicate.com. 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. Extended Hand in Apopka 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 travelsized hygiene products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, much of which is handed out to students going back to school. For the drop-off locations, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation. org. For more information, call 800962-2622, email extendedhandapopka@gmail.com or visit www. facebook.com/extendedhandoutreach. : 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. 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@ Members continue to collect old cell phones for the Sheriffs Department. Call 407-886-5023 for pick up. Available daily or weekly at OCLS North Orange Branch.* Classes are: Computer Basics, Excel, Word Resume Writing, Email for Seniors, ELLIS English Lab, Word, Online Job Searches, Power Point, Internet, Open Lab, How to use a mouse and keyboard, etc. Call OCLS North Orange Branch* for more details. Sign up to month of October! 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. 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. To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, call 407-886-2777. or Visit the Web site at www.theapopkachief.com. CANCELLED HAPPY THANKSGIVING! : 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 N. Forest Ave., Apopka. Each class is $5. Students may dance barefoot and should wear comfortable clothing. Call 407-703-1631, for information. : Held at the Northwest Recreation Complex. The ATA will provide instruction for children, teens, and adults. The academy will feature the new USTA and ITF endorsed 10 and under Quickstart format method of instruction. Adults interested in youth programming and adult instruction and activities should contact the Apopka Tennis Academy at 407-803-6358 or http://apopkatennisacademy.com/.CANCELLED 7:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church. Please RSVP to 407889-2872. 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. 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. 1:30 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 407703-1704. 5:00 p.m. at the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce. Please RSVP to 407-889-2872. 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. of the month at 12:00 noon, at the Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-8895305. CLOSED FOR THE 4th! 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Play basketball at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Bobby Scott at 407-247-5553 or email jadamone@aol.com.

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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 7B of discussion during the luncheon. Its not really about football; its about what God has done in a lot of our lives, a role I dont take lightly, he said. Being a football player in the past really doesnt mean anydom (of God). Thats the angle I look for when coach Bowden speaks. Hes been a great leader of men for many years, not just in football, but in all areas of life. Its that way because of events in Smiths life after he left the NFL. He was convicted on federal drug charges and spent seven years in prison. I made some bad choices and I allowed things to happen in my life. I didnt grow up with those attributes. I was surrounded by great people, Smith said. The enemy will put bad things in our way. You can come from the best family, but that doesnt make you any less susceptible from making bad choices. Smith now lives in the Mount Dora area and purposefully decided to return to this area to begin his life anew. Why not rebuild the connections here and give back to our kids, Smith asked. Our kids need it. Some coaches and athletes are expected to attend the luncheon, Smith said, but he feels most of the people will be those from the surrounding communities. We think it will be a great event for anyone to attend who loves our youth and wants to see some changes, see some wrong paths being straightened and led down the right way.FCA: Smith moved back to area to help youngsters Continued from page 5B 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. 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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 8B Devonte Shackelford brings down a Boone runner during the Mustangs 29-28 victory over the Braves. Head coach Ty Parker (l) and assistant Shannon Benton talk to the Wekiva players on the sideline during the game on Friday, September 28. Ryan Watson hangs on to the ball as several Boone defenders try to bring down the power ful running back. Ray Ray Smith led all rushers with 154 yards on just 11 carries. He also scored two touchdowns for the Blue Darters. Chandler Cox ran for 75 yards and a score for Apopka. He also threw for one touchdown to Jacob Wittrock. Daquon Isom had 78 yards and a touchdown on only ve carries for the Blue Darters. Hialeah-Miami Lakes punter Gustavo Pena looks back at the ball that was snapped over his head. Kama Barnes nds the going rough as (l-r) Deon Lowman, Anthony Ellis, Shyeem Covington, and Eric Jackson bring him down. All-star running back A.J. Turman runs into a perfect form tackle by Wekivas Brandon Johnson.

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Wekivas Brittany Johnson hits the ball back over the net in the match against West Orange. Mylaina Brooks dives for the ball Monday, October 1, in Wekivas 3-1 loss to the West Orange Warriors. Kayla Morales is behind Brooks. Denise Belcher dives to return a shot during Apopkas 3=1 victory over the Olympia Titans. Nicole Dominguez (4) spikes the ball for the Blue Darters. Apopka defeated Olympia for the second time to end the regular season unbeaten in district play. Apopka will have the top seed for the District 8A-3 tournament later this month. Carli Anderson spikes the ball for the Blue Darters as teammates Denise Belcher (c) and Haley Day get ready for a possible return. Lindsay Sabiston serves the ball for the Blue Darters. Denise Belcher spikes the ball past an Olympia defender. In the picture at the far left, Denise Belcher serves the ball for the Blue Darters, while in the middle picture, Camille Nieves returns the ball during Apopkas win. In the picture at the near left, Camry Halm keeps the ball alive late in the match.

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has to decide it is going to do it and step over it. We have a lot of sophomores playing on this team. They hadnt been in the position of having to step over the adversity. We have seniors, but they have been playing with those sophomores. Tonight, everyone stepped over adversity on the same page. We had been a predomi nate team to the right or strong side. The play is a part of our rotation. But we used Sam (Jallah) to give the defense something new to look at; more speed and someone different. Sam just broke a couple of tackles and got to the outside for the two-point conversion, because we didnt know if we would get the ball back. We felt we had to go for it. It was now or never. (Boone running back A.J.) Turman had been getting stronger and stronger during the second half with every car ry. When he is running the ball, the Braves dont give it up often. After its worst perfor mance of the season resulted in a 42-8 loss at the hands of West Orange the previous week, Parker said his teams histor ically have responded with great energy and determination to right the wrong. But the game certainly didnt begin that way for Wekiva. The Braves received the opening kickoff and took only three plays to score. Williams lofted a 22-yard pass into the arms of Devin Thomas to draw However, it was Wekicharge of dictating the terms of how the game was to be played season. In the process, Boone was defeated by its own playbook. An opponent effective ly executing the best-defenseis-a-good-offense philosophy limited the Braves opportunities. In particular, Wekiva lim ited Turmans touches enough to withstand his big plays. possession ended, they had moved the ball from their own 15 into the end zone on 13 consecutive running plays and used 8:21 of the clock. A physical three-yard gain by Watson between the tackles, the Musto the mouth as soon as posscrimmage. The Mustangs converted two consecutive third downs to start the drive and overcame a fumbled snap before Brown rambled into the end zone on a 17-yard rushing touchdown. The rushing attack also tion for Wekiva. With 47 secva took over possession of the ball at Boones 44. Two plays later, quarter back Bart Bell connected on a pass to Damoun Patterson the ball was caught at the 34, in man-to-man coverage, the defensive back fell as he react next to the sideline as Wekiva took the lead into halftime. The complete opposite of the previous game, the Mustangs ran 27 plays dur the Braves 12. The Mustangs moved the ball 160 yards. Boone gained only 61 yards and 32 of it came on Turmans Mustangs holding onto possession of the ball for 18:17 in the man touched the ball only four times. The difference was their ability to run the ball and in Boone coach Phil Ziglar said. It set the tone and we had to play from behind the eight ball from the start. We couldnt get into our offense because it was had been played. They simply mashed us up front play after play and then broke one to the outside. It was effective in moving the ball and kept us from getting it in the hands of A.J. and our other skilled players. It is a simple way to play football, but it was effective. Establishing its game so half, the Mustangs continued to pick and pick with the rushing nally broke the long gain. When Bell faked an inside handoff, most of the defense ran into the middle of the line. Overpursuing Bell as he ran just outside the tackles, there was just enough of a hole for him to scoot through. By the time the defense realized he had the ball, Bell was behind the line of scrimmage. He motored to the Braves 9-yard line, a 71-yard gain. Two plays later, Scott bulldogged his way into the end touchdown. But Boone did not go quietly as it did what programs as successful as it has been almost always do. Boone eventually gained some opportunities and with them, Turman got his touches. And with touches, Turman began gaining yards with the rest of Boone following suit. After the Mustangs third touchdown gave them a 21-7 lead, the ensuing kickoff was returned to Boones 42. Two plays later, Williams ran 42 yards for a touchdown on a quarterback draw. It sparked the Boone defense, which held Wekiva sequent possession. The exchange left Boone with good its drive at its 45. It appeared the Wekiva defense had held and preserved the lead. But facing a fourth-and-eight at the 20, holder, Williams, completed an 18-yard pass to Calvin Smith. Turman ran the ball into the end zone off the right tackle on the next play. The ensuing kickoff was fumbled by the Mustangs and the Braves recovered it at the Mustangs 30. It took only four plays for the Braves to turn the fumble into points and the lead, 2821. All four plays were rushes and Turman gained 18 yards, scored a touchdown on an option pitch to the right side with 14 seconds left in the third quarter. Boones defense held Wekiva to only 74 yards during the second half, including two during the next series of downs following the go-ahead touchdown. With the ball at its 22, Wekiva was forced to punt with nine minutes left in the game and try to keep Boone from using up most of the remaining time. Fortunately for the Mustangs, the scenario of having to stop Turman and the Braves minutes of the clock never materialized. The Braves gained what should have been a valuOrvis made a catch, he fumbled. With 6:50 left in the game, Wekiva took possession of the ball and marched 44 yards on six plays to the winning touchdown, Jallahs 19-yard run. The key play was pass interference on a halfback option thrown by Brown. He then gained eight more yards, rushing the ball on the next play to move it to the 20. Turman gained 68 yards of his 106 on 11 carries during the second half. Running by committee, Wekiva gained 286 yards on 17 carries. We made a concerted effort to use a game plan which was completely committed to the triple-option and rushing the ball, Parker said. We had identity as far as what we rely on. We have had some success with the option and running the ball between the tackles, but we also had some success throwing the ball. However, we decided that long-term what we did tonight is the direction we time we used the run like we did. Having Reggie back was the difference in us being so effective with it. He gave us speed. Having him in the backcauses defenses to get out of alignment. When he didnt have the ball, the defense still had to account for his speed. It couldnt focus entirely on the other runners. We were committed to the option and had the speed to go with the power again. The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 10B 16-0 with just 20 seconds left in Quickly answering with their only score of the game, the Trojans tallied when quar terback Travis Makenzie found Kama Barnes on a deep crossing pattern over the middle, hitting him in stride for a 78-yard touchdown pass. The 2-point conversion failed, but Apopkas lead was trimmed to 16-6 just 30 seconds into the second period. However, any questions about an upset were answered bulled in from the 1-yard line for the score with 9:31 remain ing in the second period. His score was set up on a 51-yard run by Simmons to the Trojans 2-yard line. For the third time, Isom converted on the 2-point conversion to give the Blue Darters a 24-6 lead. Apopka got back in the 1:02 of the second period. touchdown run by Smith to culminate a 55-yard drive in which he accounted for all but three yards of the march. He also added the 2-point conver sion to up Apopkas lead to 326. Then, Apopkas kicker, Brett Wilson, got into the scor ing act, but not in the tradition al manner. Wilson nailed the ensuing kickoff into the end zone for an automatic touchback and then, playing defenseason, stepped in front of a Makenzie pass, picked it off, and scampered untouched into the end zone for a 34-yard interception return for the score half. This time, the 2-point conversion failed, but the Darters still took a 38-6 lead into the locker room at halftime. It took just three plays for Apopka to score after receiving the second-half kickoff when Cox hit Wittrock for the 33yard touchdown. Wilson added the extra point to give the Blue Darters a 45-6 lead and the running clock began then, shortening the game. Apopka added two more scores in the second half, the for the touchdown with 2:39 left in the third period. The second was a 34-yard jaunt by Isom with 9:21 remaining in the fourth period. Wilson added both extra points. The Blue Darters likely could have scored after Smith was tackled at the Trojans 1-yard line with a little more than a minute remaining. However, Cox took a knee twice to run out the clock. 6 19 23-(-28) 34-356 175 33 11-22-1 1-1-0 0-0 3-1 3-15 0-0 0 6 0 0 6 16 22 14 7 59 Ap-Simmons 15 run (Isom run), 4:04 1st; Ap-Simmons 54 punt return (Isom run), :20 1st; HML-Barnes 78 pass from Makenzie (pass failed), 11:30 2nd; Ap-Cox 1 run (Isom run), 9:31 2nd; Ap-Smith 3 run (Smith run), 1:02 2nd; Ap-Wilson 34 interception return (run failed), :46 2nd; Ap-Wittrock 33 pass from Cox (Wilson kick), 10:37 3rd; Ap-Smith 25 run (Wilson kick), 2:39 3rd; Ap-Isom 34 run (Wilson kick, 9:54 4th. Rushing: HML-Walden 2-9; Hayes 4-8; Makenzie 11-1; Barnes 5-(-8); Team 1-(-20). Apopka-Smith 11154, 2 TD; Isom 5-78, 1TD; Cox 1175, 1TD; Simmons 3-61, 1TD; Team 4-(-12). Passing: HML-Makenzie 11-22-1, 1TD. Apopka-Cox 1-1-0, 33, 1TD. Receiving: HML-Barnes 3-128, 1TD; Evans 3-21; Smith 3-17; Hayes 1-7; Small 1-2. Apopka-Wittrock 1-33, 1TD. A-2,000 18 14 47-286 28-196 52 92 2-6-0 8-17-0 3-1 2-1 8-55 8-70 7 7 7 8 29 7 0 21 0 28 B-Thomas 22 pass from Williams (Jones kick), 10:55 1st; W-Brown 17 run (Varble kick), 3:07 1st; WPatterson 43 pass from Bell (Varble kick), :31 2nd; W-Scott 5 run (Varble kick), 9:41 3rd; B-Williams 42 run (Jones kick), 8:17 3rd; B-Turman 4 run (Jones kick), 1:48 3rd; B-Turman 5 run (Jones kick), :14 3rd; WJallah 19 run (Brown run), 4:44. Rushing: Wekiva-Bell 10-105; Watson 11-52; Brown 7-45 1TD; Scott 14-39, 1TD; D. Dillard 1-29; Jallah 1-19, 1TD; Team 3-(-3). Boone-Turman 15-106, 2TD; Williams 6-74, 1TD; Thomas 1-10; Willett 5-7; Team 1-(-1). Passing: Wekiva-Bell 2-6-0, 52. Boone-Williams 8-17-0, 92. Receiving: Wekiva-Patterson 2-52, 1TD. Boone-Thomas 3-37, TD; Smith 1-16; Orvis 2-15; Willett 1-12; Anderson 1-12. Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1BMustangs: Boone scored 21 straight to go ahead before Wekiva came backApopka coach Jamie Lilletho rup said, But, again, as I said it was so important to defeat them wasnt for the sake of defeating them in itself. Defeating Olympia was one of the goals which are necessary to achieve the bigger goal, the district championship and putting our selves in a favorable position to win in the postseason. However, for that reason, Olympia has become a big time rival for us and the matches against them has become an emphasis and in that sense, it feels so good. But now that we have done it twice, there is also something to be said about it. They had defeated Dr. Phillips and Boone recently and came in on a 10-game winning streak. We were the last team to defeat them. So, we not only beat a team which is the team others have to beat to become the district champions and has become the measuring stick for us for that reason, but we beat a team with the victories which makes defeating them something of a statement towards the quality of a program. Both victories over the Titans took four sets, but the most recent one was a different story as this time the Blue Darters set. This was unfamiliar ter ritory for us, Lillethorup said. Again, we have been very competitive with Olympia several times, but tonight was the to defeat them twice. We were nervous when the match startmet Olympia because we creat ed the match-ups which were in our favor. When we were ner vous tonight, we werent thinking about looking for those match-ups. After we settled down and began playing our game, we did and we scored important consecutive points. We began passing the ball across the court and to all of our hitters and blockers. That spread their defense out, creat ing the holes. The setters got in to that rhythm which produces that complete attack. Our serving has also been a strength and we committed several unforced Not only did the Blue Darttrailed by 5-2 and 7-3 scores during the second. But, Apopkas Nicole Dominguez lobbed a passing shot over Olympias front row at the net and it dropped into the back left corner just inbounds and from that point on, Apopka was on its A game. While Olympia played well and scored points, Apopka was just a little bit better and its ability to exert its game plan was a lit tle bit stronger. And, over the course of the match, it was the slight difference. Nonetheless, it was the winning difference. Apopka rattled off four consecutive points to tie the second set at 7-7, including an ace by Carli Anderson which bounced in front of the backline between the defenders. After the four consecutive points, the teams then exchanged the next six to bring the score to 10-10. During the stretch, though, it felt that it was only a matter of time until the Blue Darters would make a surge and force the Titans to answer on their terms. Apopka scored nine of the next 11 points to take a 1912 lead, securing the second set. During the run, the crossing pass from the net became prominent as Denise Belcher scored twice while blocking attempted kills and they came from the left side and went to the right. Kacie Miller and Lindsay Sabiston scored on similar passes. Belcher ended the set with a kill down the left sideline which was just inside it. With the score tied at 1-1, it set up the set of the match. While the Blue Darters relied on their game of passing and serving to win the second set, the third was about defense and the old-fashioned intestinal for titude which goes with it. A punch-for-punch, strength-vs.strength set, Apopka staved off set-point and earned three victory. It ended a set in which the teams were tied 13 different times, including between 2125. The Blue Darters scored four consecutive points to take an 11-7 lead. But the Titans answered and tied the score at 1111. Other than the four-point lead, neither team led by more than two. And the four-point runs were the only of the game of that length. Facing set point at 24-23, match took place. Lasting for over 12 volleys, Apopkas best did exactly that as both Belcher and Dominguez made diving digs to keep the point alive and avoid the set ending in Olymturn was ripped by Apopka to Olympias Katie Knight just in front of the backline. Offbalance, she hit the ball out of bounds past the other backline. Anderson then served an ace down the left sideline and into the back left corner to bring the Blue Darters to set-point, but then followed that up with a serve into the net. However, the wheels were set in motion as the Blue Darters had seized the all-important momentum and had Olympia playing on its heels and out of synch. A kill by Miller at the net hit directly down and off Olympias front row brought Apopka to its second set-point. Apopka went back to the same for mula and Miller ripped another return to Knight as she was off-balance and leaning to the opposite side of the play. Already leaning towards the out of bounds side of the left sideline, she again hit the ball out of play. Obviously, the set was important, Lillethorup said. The winner took a 2-1 lead and was only one set away from winning the match. The loser had to win the last two sets after being so close. It came down to who was going to make the great defensive play at the right time. Both teams were making crazy defensive plays in over time as far as them being so good. It seemed like each one nally, we made the one which the Titans didnt have an answer for. The defensive play set up Miller in transition to hit the ball perfectly down the sideline. The fourth set began as evenly as possible as the score 20 points and Apopka held only a 16-14 lead after 30. But then like many sports, Apopkas game which continually picked at Olympias strengths took its toll. Apopkas two previous set victories and the length, as well Olympia incapacitated to deal with Apopkas strength and negated the Titans efforts. Apopka scored seven consecutive to end the match. Almost all of those points were passing shots which the Titans hit out of bounds, into the net or just couldnt dig. And the ball was hit to the weak side on almost all of the points. We attacked the weak part of their defense and that meant hitting away from their libero, Lillethorup said. It was successful. We scored several important points hitting the ball to the middle. We were able to limit Farrow being able to hit the ball directly. We could have done a little bit better, but it was enough for the strategy to be successful. That is very positive for us to win with us still having room to improve. Most importantly, we have put ourselves in the best position for the postseason, again, the end goal. With the victory and most importantly, Apopka completed an undefeated run (80) through District 8A-3 and earned the number one seed for the championship tournament. The Blue Darters will play hometown rival Wekiva in in each district earn berths in the FHSAA postseason tour nament. So, if the matches go according to form, with the number one seed defeating the number four, Apopka will earn a berth for the second consecutive year. In the meantime, Apopka will certainly have its opportunity to prepare for the FHSAA are also perennial state powers who are expected to earn berths in the tournament on a yearly basis. The season ends with matches against Dr. Phillips, Lyman, Lake Brantley, and Bishop Moore. A match against Winter Park was played Wednesday, October 3, past press time. The Blue Darters will also participate in the Lake Mary/ Bishop Moore tournament Friday, October 12, and Saturday, October 13.Blue Darters won critical third set despite facing a set point Continued from page 1BDarters: Apopka scored early in third quarter and the running clock was on

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pen as all of the disabled veterans who participate in it do so without having to pay. Forty disabled veterans participated in the tournament and about 30 of them are amputees. Twentytwo of the disabled veterans are a part of the Amputee Veterans Association Support of Tampa. Another 10 were a part of Prosthetic Orthotic Association of Orlando. Both of the associations were sponsors. The overall amount of disabled veterans participating has seen a 25-percent increase and from the second to third event. The AVASTs color guard also performed, opening the event. The only color guard in the country composed entire ly of disabled veterans, it per formed at the Republican National Convention held in Tampa during August. The national anthem was sung by Maureen Smithwick. While the morning golf tournament was the medium of advertising the event, the plications of disabled veterans were conveyed by an afternoon ceremony/lunch buffet which was a mixture of enjoying the moment of receiving the acco lades due, as well as addressing the cause. Seven veterans who served were honored as VIPs during the luncheon, sitting at the head table. The master of ceremonies, along with the others who or ganized the event, sponsors and volunteers, eloquently expressed the purpose of holding the event each and every year with a clear and commanding conviction. Once again, the Winter Springs High School JROTC performed. However, this time it was the drill team. The All Brass Band also performed, playing a medley of musical compositions, including the theme of each of the four Armed Forces branches. The group is associated with the Performing Arts of Maitland and the Maitland Symphony Orchestra. The food was good as was the company, Lowry said. So we were also very happy with the luncheon and the other activities besides the golf, as well as the increase in the amount of participants. We enjoyed the ROTCs performance. It was a very beautiful drill show and the same was true of the All Brass Band. They both did a great job. The total for the amount raised is expected to be announced next week after it has been calculated. Financial awards will then be donated to multiple organizations. The winners of the tournament itself as well as the contests were also given recogni tion during the ceremony. A group including its president, Stan Patterson, representing the Prosthetic Orthotic Association of Orlando, won the event with a score of 56. Patterson owns the POAO. There were also several individual contests, including a closest to the pin on the 13th hole and they were recognized, too. nated to the cause in one form or another, both individuals and companies. There were 120 golfers who participated. We want to thank all the volunteers and sponsors, Lowry said. We couldnt make the event happen without them and hard work to make it come to fruition. Because of them, we were able to raise money to continue to assist the veterans and we will be going to the VA Hospital in Tampa and AVAST to make a donation. The event has also reached the point that it is getting attention from Amputee Magazine, a worldwide publication. That is how the veterans from Ocala and Kissimmee found out about it. That is satisfying, too. By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Joe Chealey is looking for ward to his senior season as an Apopka Blue Darters basketball player. But, at about the same time the season begins, the Apopka point guard will also think about college, as he plans to sign his college scholarship papers to play for the College of Charleston (S.C.) during the NCAA early-signing period November 14-21. Chealey chose College of Charleston over several other colleges, including UCF, Geor gia Southern, Southern Mississippi, Tulane, FIU, and Coastal Carolina. He said he chose Charleston over the other schools because he felt at home there. It was the relationship with the coaches, Chealey said. That was a big thing. Also, the relationship I devel oped with the players on my visit. We bonded pretty well. Everything is right there. The facilities are nice, state-ofsituation, and the best oppor tunity for me to develop as a player and a man. For the next four years, it will be home. The on-the-court part was important, too, he said. From a basketball standpoint, they were in need of a point guard, and they expressed they started recruiting me. Chealey was one of the Doug Wojcik, who was named the head coach at College of Charleston in early April. I felt like coach Wojcik had my best interest from the start. He has a really good relationship with the guys (already on the team), Chealey said. He interacts with his kids and is really concerned about his players. He seems like a good guy off the court. The fact that Chealey was recruited at all may come as a surprise. He and the Blue Darters had a non-descript season last year. But, after the high school season, Chealey played in some AAU tournaments, per forming very well, and thats when the ball began rolling. had, the third weekend in April in Pittsburgh, I played pretty coaches calling me. It was crazy. I didnt think it would happen like that. They were calling from UCLA, USC, all over the country. It was exciting. The recruiting excitement continued through the summer as Chealey kept his level of play high. I like to create (plays with the ball), he said. They liked my size. I have decent size for a point guard (6foot-2). I can get into the lane and create my shot, and that creates opportunities for other players, as well. I also played pretty good defense up in Pittsburgh. They liked my on-ball pressure. head coach Matt Ruta, having a player like Chealey guide the team is a bonus as he takes over from 17-year coach Eddie Jenkins, who is now a dean at Apopka High School. Leadership, thats the Joe, Ruta said. We had spring workouts and I saw Joe stepping up and being a lead er. That can be an uncommon characteristic. A lot of guys are gifted, but his intangibles are what set him apart. While Chealeys height is part of what makes him attrac tive to college coaches, he may not be done growing. The doctor said I am still growing. Everybody on my moms side (of the family) is way up there. Chealeys excitement over the recruiting process and deciding on College of Charleston is not the only thing hes looking forward to this year. He has that senior season at Apopka High School still ahead. We want to win games and make a run at state, Cheal ey said. That effort began as soon as the 2011-2012 season ended on his home court against Olympia in the District 8A-3 tournament. I had a talk with the guys coming back. I wanted them to remember the feeling we had when we lost to Olympia in our house. They beat us pretty good. We need to remem ber that feeling and not have it again. Another team goal for some of the guys is to be able to play at the next level. I want to see them succeed as much as I want to see myself succeed. And, he means that in more ways than one. I think we really mean it when we say we are brothers. I just want them to be successful whether its in basketball or whatever they do in life. The Blue Darters begin the regular season at home on November 23 when they host Riverview. Theyll play in the Tip-Off Classic preseason event November 13 and 15 at Wekiva High. Apopka will face Rockledge and Lake Brantley in that event. Im excited for the season. Im looking forward to it. Weve got a good squad. Joe Chealey stands with new AHS boys basketball coach Matt Ruta. Dino Wareld, a double amputee, putts the ball during the event played at Zellwood Station. Jack Wiseman plays golf with one arm Saturday, September 29, during the event. Continued from page 1BVeterans: About 30 of the veterans who played have suffered an amputation Two Apopka High School Special Olympics softball teams won their divisions in the area tournament and have qualied for the state tournament in November. The Apopka High Hawks and Ospreys each won their divisions and will participate in the 2012 Special Olympics Florida Fall Classic State Softball Championships November 16-17 at ESPNs Wide World of Sports at Walt Disney World. The area tournament took place at Hancock Park in Clermont. The Apopka Hawks defeated the Lake Challengers and the Seminole Red Sox. The Apopka Ospreys also won their games to claim rst place.

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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 12B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff For West Orange, Olympia and Dr. Phillips earning fourth place in the Metro Conference boys golf tournament would be a disaster. Even though Apopkas goal was to earn at least third ish is an accomplishment. While it was also a performance which was visible reason it is considered such is because the results were its best ever. Held at Zellwood Station Golf Club Wednesday, October 3, and with multiple weather delays, Apopka moved up one position and lowered its score by over 20 strokes from the 2011 Metro Conference tourney. The goal was third place, but we didnt fail, Cary said. We did the opposite. We had a day which puts us in the position we want to be in and the results were the best we have ever had. We had a good round of golf. The differ ence between last year and this was not even close. Since last years tournament, we have improved tremendously and the result was our per formance today compared to last year. We still have work to do, but were very pleased with the effort today. We were fourth, but not because of anything we did or didnt do. We did what a team is supposed to do when they are playing the postseason championship tournament; we improved our game. It just happened that the top three teams played even better than they usually do. West Orange claimed the championship with a round (18 holes) of 298 strokes for its four players. Olympia gave chase, scoring 301. Third place was taken by Dr. Phillips by shooting eight more strokes. Apopka was a solid fourth with a score of 336 as there was a gap between the top three teams and fourth, but the same was true of fourth which was scored. Jones competed, but not as a team. The minimum number of golfers to compete as a team is four. Three golfers competed under the Jones banner. ish fourth. The individual championship was claimed by West Oranges Tyler Tate with a round of 67 strokes. He held off Olympias Matt Chamber lain whose score was 73. Cary said if his team was to break into the top three, it needed to shoot an average round of 79 or less. It has recorded four scores below 40 for nine holes this season. Its individual scores were consistent if not below 40. Blake Donahue and Austin Gillis put in scores of 82. by Josh Hutchinson. Another 86 strokes rounded day, shooting a score of 96. The lowest score is the four lowest scores. It was a clear step to getting to where we want to go, Cary said. It is the kind of step teams look for, because it is built off of. We have everyone coming back next year and they will come back after having accomplished our best position and score at the Metro Conference championship. But before that, we have the district championship. We know what we do well and what we have to work on. We know clearly what we need to work on after today. We struck the ball well. That has been an obstacle which is important for us to change. Todays performance is also important towards us playing with conship. The reason we did so well was because the course management was better. That comes from understanding the game. The goal for the district championship is to stay focused, continue to manage the course as well as we did today and stay disciplined, Cary said. Apopkas Austin Brana gets low to read a putt during the Metro Conference tournament played at Zellwood Station. Joseph Johnson chips the ball for the Wekiva Mustangs golf team Wednesday, October 3, during the Metro Conference event.Wekivas Drew Wisdo blasts out of a sand trap during the Metro Conference tournament. Apopka golf coach Donald Cary (r) talks with Austin Gillis as they walk down a fairway during the tournament. Ben Hall of the Apopka boys golf team lines up a putt in the event played Wednesday, October 3. Freshman running back Delvin Morris tries to get away from a Dr. Phillips defender Thursday, September 27, during the Apopka High freshman football teams 28-22 victory over the Panthers. The defender caught Morris by the jersey to prevent him from scoring, but the victory marked another in a long line for the Apopka High freshman squad. The Blue Darters have not lost to another freshman football team since 2006. The freshman team did fall to the Clermont East Ridge junior varsity team a couple of years ago, but by less than one touchdown. Laquan Lowman runs the ball for the Apopka Pop Warner Mitey Mites Saturday, September 29, during the teams game against West Orange. It was just one of six games played by the Apopka teams in the youth football and cheer league. Apopka plays at Ocoee on Saturday, October 6, while the teams will end their regular season on Saturday, October 13, with games against Dr. Phillips.

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on 25 carries (12.76 yards aver age), a school record. The Mustangs took a 13-0 lead during 25-14 victory. Although the score remained close throughout the felt like it was in doubt due in large part to Alberts efforts as Wekiva marched up and down stretches of time were consumed before the drives ended with scores. Even when Wekiva didnt score long stretches of time were consumed. The Mustangs had possession of the ball for over 33 minutes as it rushed for 417 yards on 51 carries, an average of 9.55 yards. Watson added another 86 yards on 12 carries. did not end with scores, the offense put together four of at least seven plays and gained George Jenkins was winless when it met the Wekiva last year. Their record was 0-5. However, Parker pointed out the team was probably better than their record indicates, at least as far as it being much more competitive than the reasons for a winless streak usually are. Their opponents were a combined 19-4. The Eagles are a member of District 7A-5 and have a new coach in Eric Gallon. This is his but he has been on the staff for a few years. The team isnt as young as it was last year when almost all of its starting lineup still full of underclassmen. Its season has been similar to 2011 as its record is 1-4. George Jenkins lone victo ry came against Lake Region, who has fallen from postseason participant to 0-4. George Jenkins losses this year have come to Lake Gibson, Kathleen, Winter Haven and Lake Wales, all are ranked and usually are playoff partici pants. Their combined record is 14-4. The Eagles rely on a promultiple set offense, rotating mainly between the standard power rushing formations, isolation tosses and counter-attacks. Defensively, it uses a fourman front most of the time. Lovester Marshall was the quarterback last season. He is now a full-time running back and wide receiver. Jaylen Odum is now the quarterback for the Eagles. Like Marshall when he played quarterback, Odum presents the threat to run and while George Jenkins has yet to use it to the teams advantage, the potential is always there. As it was last season, George Jenkins rushing game is centered around Trent Raines, who has rushed for 383 yards on 67 carries, an average of 5.7. Again, just like last year, they are probably better than their record indicates, Parker said. They play in perhaps the toughest county in the state. There are a lot of state champi onship contenders in their area. Those teams arent just district contenders. They arent the stereotype of a team with a 1-4 reability to beat teams. Some of the reason for the losses is simply their youth. But they are more experienced than last year. After the Boone and West Orange games, we (the coaches) believe the players under stand who they are playing and their state of mind. Reggie Brown is now the featured back for the Mustangs. He missed the game against West Orange, but returned against Boone. He ran the ball only seven times, gaining 45 yards and scoring a touchdown. However, that is an average of 6.43 yards and, of course, a touchdown is always a critical play. Parker also said at the top of the list of what changed in the running game between the games against the West Orange Warriors and Boone Braves was the speed brought by Brown. Even though Ryan Watson and Richard Scott are two on many occasions have simply dragged defenses and pushed piles forward to change Browns presence makes them more effective. With Brown in the lineup, defenses cant key entirely on stopping the power rushing of Watson and Scott. They have to be prepared to defend against Browns speed on every play. As a team, the Mustangs rushed for 286 yards on 47 car ries against the Braves, an average of 6.09 yards per car ry. Quarterback Bart Bell got loose for a 71-yard rush which set up the Mustangs third touchdown. Even without that rush the Mustangs still aver aged 4.68 yards. The underlying reason why Wekivas rushing attack was so successful in control tion was its ability to keep the chains moving and that was made possible because they consistently put themselves in third-and-short positions. The offense gained at least three yards on almost every rush by sending its running back between the tackles and that left it at most with third and four. The team earned a tomost so far this season. Obviously, we had a great night last year with Omari rushing for over 300 yards and we would love to do it again, Parker said. But we are much more oriented towards running back by committee this year. Sometimes, that is more effective as the defense cant key all its efforts on one ball carrier. We feel a lot better about the second half of the season now that weve gone through the lessons learned and meshing process. We learned from the West Orange game. We were so invested in the Dr. Phillips game we had nothing left to be prepared for the district opener, especially emotionally. Now the players have the opportunity to make sure it doesnt happen against George Jenkins and let it affect what we can do in the district.The Apopka High School girls tennis team was recognized September 21 for having the highest grade point average for any Class 4A girls tennis team in the state for the 2011-2012 academic year. Team members are, (l-r), tennis coach Jessica Polk, Victoria Adams, serving as Daisy Darter for the AHS football game, Anjali Kapur, Ashima Singh, Rhodessa Penaor, Anita Kapur, and Kelly Jenks, serving as Dewey Darter. Adams and Jenks were also members of the tennis team. Not pictured is Amanda Hicks. State champions in grade point average Wekiva: Eagles play in tough Polk County Continued from page 3B 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-27778 WEEK SPECIALPay 6 Weeks...get 2 weeks FREE! 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r ff ntbbb b r r r b b b b b f rb b fb f b r f b r ff b b f b r r b r rr f nrtt brt f r nt r r r r f r r r r f b b r r t t t rr t tr t fff nt f nt r t tf b b b n n tb b r t r ff ntbbb n b r b b r r fr b f f r r b b f r r b r rr f nrtt brt f r nt r r r r f r r r r f b b f b b f b f n t r r t t t rr t tr t fff nt f nt r t tf b b b n n tb b r t r fntbb btb rfn rf ff fff rf f f rfntb f b nf rfntb f b rfntb f b rfntb f f rfntb f f b nf rfntb f f b rfntb f f b rfntb n tt n t t n tt r b bb f rbb t f t b nb n ttbt t r fntbt bbt ff ff ff rfntb ff r r b rfntb ff trn t rfntb ff r rfntb ff rfntb ff r r b rfntb ff trn t rfntb ff r rfntb rfntb rfntb r r r r rr f t f b b f b n t bbbb bbb t bb f bb b t b b bbbb t t f tb t f bbbb bbb n t r r r r rf r f r r f rr rf nnf r r f f bf f r rf ttf r t r f bbf r r r r r r r r r rr r fbb n r rr r n r br r t rftb n ttbt r f ntb n r nn n n r n r r n n nn n n t t n n rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb ntrnf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb 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r fntbt bb nb f f fr r f frr f f n f r b f r f n t b rb b f t b b b f f t b t f t t tr r r b b r r f f nbb r tr tbtr rt f r t r f r b f t b t f f r r t f r f f b b b f b r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n ft rtbt t r fntbt bb nb f f fr r f frr f f n rf rf f ntbn bn n nt b n n nt b nr frf nt b nt n n b b n b b frfr nt b b b n n nt n nbn b nb tr r r b b r r bn b n nt ttn b n bt nbn bn nt t nbb nt r tr tbtr bn b b b b n n nt nt b b nt ntb nt n b nt bn nt n b b nt b bn nt b nn b n n t b t ffrf nt f frf b nb rr fb nf n rf bbff r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r rrrr n ft rtbt r fntbt bb n f f fr r frr f f n rffntb rffntb f t nn nnttft br r r b b r r nbb r tr tbtr t nnn n nn b n n fn bnn r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r fb n ft rtbt r fntbt bbt n f f fr r fr r f f n t frbt f r f n t b rb b f t b b b f f t b t f t t t tr r r b b r r f f nbb r tr tbtr rt f r t r f r b f t b t f f r r t f r f f b b b f b r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n ft rtbt r fntbt bbb n f f fr r r r f f n f rfnt 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n n rfnntbb nnnntb rffrrb r f rfb rrr f b rb r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r r rb f r rr fr nt br n tr brt rt n tr ft brt r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r r r f f t rt t t t t t r nt t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt f tr nt t f f fr fr n t n t r r r r r r rrr f r b rr r f r n n tbn r r r b b r r r rr r b f rt n tn rfntbn tt r f f ff f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r r b ntbn rf f bf r f ntbntt n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf r f b rbfb rf f f rf r f r r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r f bf nf b ntbn r r r nrf rn nn nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfr fnb t r r n r b b r r f b n b nr r r n n nn 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 rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r bnrb rn ntbn bt r ff nttb ttnt r ntt ntt r r f n n rr f nrtb t rt f r b r r r r f r r b r r f t f n r r r t b t ntn t rr t tr t nt fff f r t tfb bb n t t b nt nb ntn btb r f n ntb b f nn n ntnn nnn bn t t nn t t nn rf n r tbfr f n tn n r bf tn n r r r rf bf tn n r r rf f bf r n n b b n n b br b b bf rf n nf tnbr bf t t t b rbfb rf t t r f rf n n r n b rf b n r r nrf rn n n nf r n n r r nnbf b n r n bf rb ntbfrfnb n bbt nn n n n b n bb n r n r f t r n rnnrnn r n n nn n n n b nn n r n b n bb n r n r f t brr f nb bn b r n bbr r r b tnbrrn tt t nnfnrbfb b f b brbt nf trbb bfrrbr rbbnfn n r r nf rbbf r b n f rbfbf r r n r rb b fn r rf r r r n rb n r rb n b fn fb n rf rbfbf f r nf nf n n r r n b ff r rb b fnb b nb rf n bfbrb n f rn rf b brf b brbbb b n r r nf b r brbb n f rf rnnrbnf bf n n rbbr bf b nbf n r fb r fn n n n n nbbnf n rbf rbrf r nfr n bfbrn r n rf f b rfn t nf n bbf n nbf r n n b n b fnb n rbf b n r rbf brb r b n r nb b rb r brtnbrrb bnrb nb bb rrf ntb ff f rf ff fff n ft ttn ff f r r f nttbrtnbn r r ff r f r f f f f f r r r fr f f ntt r r ntt f f f r r b t n b btt r ff r f f f f f f t rr r n ntn fnb tfr t t b t tnb n b ttn b bb b t b t n btt b t tt b bn b b b t bnb b t nnnt tnt b b nb t tt bb b b ttbt b b n b b tt b n tnt bt b t t b bt t ntbt fttt bt rrf ntb 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tb r ft r tft b fb n r r r b r f btr r r btr br b r ttr t r fb rbtb tb rfntbn tnt f f f f f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r r nb ntbn rf f bf r f ntbntnt n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f b rbfb rf f f r b f r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r fbf nf tntbn r r r nrf rn nn nn bf b n r n bf rb tbfr f nb r r r b r r b r bn b r r b n b nr r r n bn nn 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 btfn tnbrrn rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r rn ntbn bt r frntbb tt r r rr r ff rf n r tbfr f n tn n r b rf f bf f r ntbb tt n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf r 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 n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfr fnb r bbn bb f f n f r b n b nr r r n bbn nbb 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 btfn tnbrrn rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r bnrb fn ntbn bb r fntbt bbt n f ff r f r f fff r r r r r f rr f f n f rf ff f rf f ntbn bn n nt b n n nt b n r nt b nt n n b b n b b r rrf 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This week Section A Section B Section COpinion . ..............4A-5A Lifestyle . ..................6A W orship . ..................7A Bus. Rev . ....12,13,15A Sports . .....................1B Kapers . ....................6B Dining & Ent . ...........7B ......13B-16B Service Dir . ....14B,15B . ........1C-10C Lifestyle Bless AmericaSportsA group of Apopka High School students will visit Washington, D.C. See page 6A. The Apopka High girls volleyball team celebrated a big victory this week. See page 1B. The Apopka ChiefVolume 90 Number 40Covering the community in the 21st centuryFriday, October 5, 2012 / 50 cents The Apopka Chief By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff graduate of Apopka High   By John Peery Apopka Chief Staf f By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff   Mitt Romney will visit Apopka Saturday GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is scheduled to be in Apopka Saturday, October 6, at the Apopka Amphitheater. Gates are slated to open at 4:30 p.m. with Romney speaking at 7 p.m.(Photo from Romney Facebook page)City seeks public input on possible charter changes Land The Wekiva High School Homecoming queen and king will be crowned today, Friday, October 5, during halftime of the Wekiva football game against George Jenkins High of Lakeland. Shown are, (l-r), Taniya Naznin, Tamera Sinclair, Emily Woodward, Paxton Sickler, Brianna Peavey, Aleya Bradley, Kirsten Elwin, and Emily Smith. Back row, Anil Singh, Sam Jallah, Jeffrey Netgate, Bryan Monroy, Evyn Hawthorne, Yawn Coleman, Austin Peavey, and Latavious Melton. Tickets to the game are $6 and will be available at the gate. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. For more about the game, see Sports. For more pictures of some of Wekivas early Homecoming Week activities, see page 16A. Wekiva High Homecoming court Size of homes, lots causes city stir is topic of meetingMarket will have opening day See CITY Page 2A See LANDFILL Page 2A See MARKET Page 3AThe Apopka Foliage & Fresh Market will be held at Kit Land Nelson Park every Saturday from now through the end of May 2013. See CHARTER Page 3A

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The Apopka ChiefOctober 5, 2012, Page 1B See the story at the top of the page about the Wekiva Mustangs football team picking up season, a 29-28 triumph over the Boone Braves. Coached by Ty Parker, the Mustangs scored utes remaining in the game, then added a dramatic 2-point conversion by Reggie Brown to come away with the Metro Conference win. Q. Who are the Wekiva Mustangs playing for their annual Homecoming football game? A. The Mustangs will host the Eagles of George Jenkins High School from Lakeland. Last year, the Musbetween Wekiva and the Polk County school. This time, the Mustangs will be looking to cap Homecoming Week with a big victory.SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff A winless Hialeah-Miami Lakes football team was just what the doctor ordered for the Apopka Blue Darters following a tough district loss to Olympia, as the Darters thrashed Miami Lakes, 59-6, on Friday, September 28, at Roger Williams Field. The Blue Darters raised their record to 2-2 I thought we played harder and I thought we improved, Apopka coach Rick Darlington said about his teams effort. We were very simple in our plans on both sides of the ball. W ith starting quarterback Zack Darlington still out nursing an injured ankle and also missing center Dazzie Morris, running back Jevric Blocker, and linebacker Garrett Spek, the Blue as they did the scoreboard. Running out of the single-wing offense, the Blue Darters rushed for 356 yards on 34 carries, an average of nearly 10.5 yards per carry. Apopka had 12 rushes of 10 yards or more. Ray Ray Smith led the Darters with 154 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries, while Daattempts. Chandler Cox, who also ran for 75 yards and a touchdown, completed the only pass he threw, a 33-yard touchdown strike to Jacob Wittrock. Meanwhile, the Apopka defense was shutting down the Miami Lakes offense, especially in the run department. The Trojans netted a minus-28 yards on 23 attempts. Lazarus Waldon rose up to be the leading ballcarrier for Miami Lakes, rushing for nine yards on two carries very late in the game. The Trojans had a attempt when the snap went over the head of punter Gustavo Pena. Although Apopka fumbled away that scoring chance, it wasnt long before the Darters put up a score. It was another high snap that led his own end zone to punt the ball, Pena had to leap high just to catch the snap. He got the punt off without it being blocked, but it went off the down at the Miami Lakes 15-yard line. It took just one play for J.J. Simmons to conversion to give the Darters an 8-0 lead. Simmons also got the second score of the game for the Blue Darters. Normally a defensive back, Simmons was substituting for Blocker both as a running back and punt returner, and he took advantage a few plays later on the next Pena punt when he returned it 54 yards for a touchdown. Again, Isom ran in the 2-point conversion and the Blue Darters led By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff T o the Boone Braves, the words Wekiva Mustangs probably are the equivalent of a child hearing about the boogeyman after the Braves, a perennially ranked postseason participant, were upset 29-28 by the Mustangs Friday, September 28. After scoring the winnal minute to shock Boone (22) last season, the back-to-back feat was completed by Wekiva (1-4) as it found the end zone late once again. After sending its threeheaded rushing attack of Reggie Brown, Ryan Watson and Richard Scott between and off the tackles almost continuously, the Mustangs called on safetyturned-running-back Sam Jalleft in the game. And move it he did, as the defensive leader turned offensive hero with a 19-yard rush into the end zone to pull the Mustangs to within one point, 28-27, of the Braves. After taking the direct snap, three defensive linemen Sweeping to the left side, Jallah ran just past two of them between the 20and 25-yard lines as the play moved towards the hashmark. He then broke the diving tackle of the third Boone defender just before he reached the hashmark. When he turned mage, he continued to weave further to the outside while Brown executed a block at the 10. After following the block, Jallah then outran the defender into the end zone. W ekiva decided to go for the 2-point conversion and ran a sweep to the right side. With open space outside the hashmark created by the offensive line and following Watsons block, Brown eluded three defenders with a cut back to the inside and then another one to the outside to give the Mustangs what would prove to be the winning points. W e have shown we can play this season, but we had yet to have that drive to overcome adversity during games, Wekiva coach Ty Parker said. We continued to battle tonight. The players know they have the ability, talent and coaching to win. But it was a matter of doing it. At some point, the team By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Across the country, there are events to assist veterans, but there are a lesser number which sist disabled veterans. Yet, the Northwest Orange County area can boast of honoring those whose lives were changed forever when they were disabled while serving their country with pride. Prisoners of war, those missing in action, and the soldiers who have fallen are also included on the list. This year marked the third consecutive year the annual Disabled Veterans Golf Outing took place. Organized by the Zellwood Stations Veterso successful the hope of turning it into an annual event became possible and it has been held the last three years on September 29 at the Zellwood Station Golf Club. It was a rousing success, said Frank Lowry, president of the Zellwood Station Veterans Club, We (the organizers) were very happy and satistwenty people attended the luncheon. Lowry said the event continues to be important because meeting the needs of veterans takes place on a continuous basis. And raising money through the game is a common endeavor taken up by them for a variety of reasons, both physically and emotionally. T o that end, the Veterans Club takes a direct role in providing the means for it to hap When the Apopka Blue Darters girls volleyball team took on Olympia for the second time this season on Tuesday, October 2, and the match crowd at Joe R. Sterling Gymnasium was just as pumped as were the Blue Darters. After inching closer and Blue Darters knocked off the perennial postseason participant and state power for the second time this season. With two victories over the Titans, the undefeated Blue Darters have deserving to be a part of the discussion about the states powers and it comes from the fact the 18-25, 25-21, 27-25, 25-16 victory over the Titans legitimizdefeated record of 14-0. Two of the three losses suffered by the Titans are to the Blue Darters. We have worked a very long time to defeat them and now we have done it twice, Wekiva running back Reggie Brown keeps his knee off the ground as he stretches out toward the goal line to score the winning 2-point conversion for the Mustangs in their 29-28 victory over the Boone Braves.(Staff photo by Tammy Keaton) See MUSTANGS Page 10BAs teammate Rakeem Smith comes to help, Ben Bascom tackles Hialeah-Miami Lakes punter Gustavo Pena, who had to chase down a snap over his head early in the game. See DARTERS Page 10B Steve Allberry was one of the disabled veterans who played. See VETERANS Page 11B See VOLLEY Page 10BAlong with their fans, the Apopka Blue Darters celebrate their victory over the Olympia Titans.

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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 3B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff It is no secret there are always going to be teams which other teams get healthy against. Unfortunately for the George Jenkins Eagles of Lakeland, it has become that team. Fortunately for Wekiva, the Eagles are the opponent today Friday, October 5, for the annual Homecoming game. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Mustang Field. And for the second consecutive year, the Eagles are the next opponent on the schedule when it appears the Mustangs are gaining their footing. In particular, Wekiva has put itself in a position to salvage this season after it appeared 2012 had headed south. It is also the second consecutive year Wekiva comes into this game against George Jenkins after seizing a victory over perennial postseason participant Boone, which puts them in the position of salvaging the season. It is a big victory because the winning touchdown was scored late (with 4:44 left in the game) after the lead was given up. But, most importantly, with the Mustangs seizing Wekiva found the identity and resiliency it had been searching for. During the previous games this season, Wekivas power rushing attack has been effective for stretches of time, but against Boone, it gelled into a relentless assault which pounded the opponent over and over again with each play as it was at its most effective. With that comes optimism, and Wekiva can still be a player in the District 8A-4 standings and contend for a berth in the regional round of the FHSAAs postseason tournament. We knew from the beginning it was going to be a struggle, Wekiva coach Ty Parker said. We got a late start with the team meshing in all the difthree of four games were learning experiences. We werent perfect against Boone, but the cohesion and meshing together was far further ahead of where it had been. The cohesion a team has cant be underestimated in its role in winning and losing. But sometimes, it is overlooked when explaining losses. The issue hasnt been talent and skill. This team has been through a lot of experiencpractice) and we have learned a lot of lessons. We got (running back) Reggie (Brown) back last week and we will have (safety) Terrance (Ross) back this week. Along with those lessons we learned, the second half of the season is a great opportunity to win and salvage the season. There is no reason we wont be competitive while playing our game. We got our there is no substitute for experience. We know and understand how to do it for the course of an entire game now and have the experience as a guide. We understand that when we have that cohesiveness we can do it and how it leads to victories. Just like last year, a win against George Jenkins would raise Wekivas record to 2-3 with Ocoee next on the schedule, another opponent which, on paper, is beatable. Most importantly, Ocoee is a District 8A-4 member and the Mustangs would meet them on a two-game winning streak. A victory over the Knights would even the Mustangs district record at 1-1 and keeps them only a game out of the lead. But a win against the Knights starts by doing the same against George Jenkins. three games, Wekivas game plan was sound enough and its play was capable enough to win. However, the team which showed up for the fourth game against West Orange, for whatever reason, wasnt the same. West Orange scored on and it took only six to garner three touchdowns and jump on Wekiva en route to a 42-8 victory. So, while it was important to step over that adversity to a traditional power, it was important to do it after the game against the Warriors for the bigger picture and that is the season as a whole. During the previous games this season, Wekivas power rushing attack had been effective for stretches of time. But, against Boone, it gelled into a relentless assault which pounded the opponent over and over again with each play as it was at ly put itself in charge of dictating the terms of how the game was to be played and won, for Last seasons game against the Eagles was also a game for the ages. Wekiva running back Omari Albert had one of those nights where everything came together for him and the team. He ran through, under, over, around and any other possible way with the ball for 319 yards By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff If the Apopka Blue Darters are to make the football postseason for the 13th straight season, they pretty much must win their remaining three District 8A-4 contests. day, Friday, October 5, when the Blue Darters (2-2) host the 1-3 Ocoee Knights. Apopka fell 38-21 to Olympia Septemputting the Blue Darters in the same hole they were in last season, having to win their remaining district games to land the runner-up spot in the district and the playoff berth that goes with it. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $6 and will be available at the gate. The game will be broadcast on WBZW-1520AM and online at www.1520thebiz.com. Pregame begins at 7:15 p.m. district game, but the Knights are coming off an open week after having defeated Cypress Creek, 20-7, on September 21 But, the Knights run the spread offense, which has not been kind to Apopka so far this season. We have not performed well against the spread offense to date, Apopka defensive coordinator Jeff Rolson said. Why this is Im unsure, He expects Ocoee to be balanced, running as much as passing. They have good size up front, but if we play really like we played against the last two spread teams (Dr. Phillips and Olympia), well have problems. Part of the issue for Apopka has been injuries. Missing last weeks 59-6 victory over Hialeah-Miami Lakes were quarterback Zack Darlington, center Dazzie Morris, running back/punt returner Jevric Blocker, and linebacker Garrett Spek. It may be game-time decisions on them, although Blocker and Spek practiced extensively this week. Head coach Rick Darlington wasnt so sure about his son, Zack. Im not planning for him to be back. As of right now, were planning on being very basic and planning on going without him, he said. It (offensive game plan) will be basic because I think we need basic. Ocoees defense has been in a 3-3 look some, but has also shown other formations. To confront the multiple looks, Darlington has shown his offensive line many different defensive lineups. Our guys have got to get comfortable blocking against any front. When you have no idea what theyre running, you have to be basic, the coach said. As long as we dont have negative plays, we should be OK. The importance of the district game has been stressed, Darlington said. Weve got to win the district games. Were behind the same eight ball we were last year. Its a must-win game. Who: Ocoee Knights (1-3 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) at Apopka Blue Darters (2-2 overall; 0-1 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, Oct. 5, 7:30 p.m. Where: Apopkas Roger Williams Field Why: Dist. 8A-4, Metro Conference game Cost: $6 at the gate Radio: WBZW-1520AM, www.1520thebiz.com Who: Lakeland George Jenkins Eagles (1-4 overall; 1-0 Dist. 7A-5) at Wekiva Mustangs (1-4 overall; 0-1 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, Oct. 5, 7:30 p.m. Where: Wekiva High Schools Mustang Field Why: non-district, non-conference game Cost: $6 at the gate Blue Darters host Ocoee Knights in must-win district game See WEKIVA Page 13B ROGER WILLIAMS, JR. 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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 5B My, what a difference a week makes. Just seven days after the football teams from Wekiva and Apopka high schools gave up a combined 80 points and scored just 29, the two come away with victories. For Wekiva, the 29-28 victory over Boone was incredibly important, as it was the Mustangs. To say the players and coaches at Wekiva needed the win is quite an understatement. For a high school football player and coach, nothing makes for a nice Friday night like a victory. To give the effort they must give day-in and day-out and not come away with a win week after week is tough on anyone. gives the team members some pride at school and in the community. Given the way the Mustangs won the game is also proof of maturity. They fell of the game, then used their ground game to get ahead before falling behind after Boone used three third-quarter touchdowns to grab a 28-21 lead. Thats when the Mustangs really grew up. They drove for the touchdown which brought them to within one point, 2827, when Sam Jallah got some great blocks and used his speed to score from 19 yards out. Coach Ty Parker decided that he didnt want to test the overtime waters by kicking a tying extra point. He called on running back Reggie Brown for the 2-point conversion run and the senior delivered, breaking at least three tackles and hurdling a teammate who had been blocking for him. Then, at the goal line, Brown dove for the end zone with a Herculean effort. I wasnt there, but I saw the our photographer at the game, got a great picture of a horizontal Brown about to cross the goal line. For Apopka, the 59-6 romp over Hialeah-Miami Lakes was not unexpected, but the Blue Darters had to get the job done without starting quarterback Zack Darlington as well as center Dazzie Morris, running back Jevric Blocker, and linebacker Garrett Spek. them did an outstanding job against a team that, admittedly, is not very good, but when you have that many starters out, you just never know how things are going to turn out. Blocker and Spek will likely be back, while the status of Morris and Darlington may not be decided until game time. Overall, both teams are feeling much better about the future of their seasons. Unbeaten in district play In a very exciting match, the Apopka High girls volleyball team remained perfect in District 8A-3 action, snagging the top seed in the district tournament that will be played later this month at West Orange High. The Blue Darters downed defending district champ Olympia 3-1 this week in front of a crowd that grew more into the match as the Blue Darters honed in on the victory. Coach Jamie Lillethorup and his staff have done a great job in building the program to one of the best in the area, and Central Florida is one of the best for girls volleyball. In fact, Bishop Moores team is ranked No. 1 in the nation right now. There are some very tough non-district match-ups remaining for Lillethorup and the Blue Darters, but grabbing the No. 1 seed in the district tournament is incredibly important. However, winning the time will still very likely require a win over Olympia. Hopefully for the Blue Darters, this season will continue to be a special one. After the win over Boone last week, the Mustangs ceremotionally, but now they must be about continuing the good things that winning brings. George Jenkins comes in with just a 1-4 record, but the Eagles play in powerful Polk County, which means a team with a losing record there might be better than a team with a winning one elsewhere. But, Orange County is pretty tough when it comes to football, as well, and the Mustangs just defeated one of the better teams when they downed Boone. The main thing Wekiva must do is continue the good things they did in beating Boone. Last year, the Mustangs used running back Omari Albert to wear down George Jenkins. This season, Wekiva can use Ryan Watson and Richard Scott to wear down the Eagles with their powerful ground games. Then, add in Reggie Browns speed and it will be tough for the Eagles to stop the Mustangs. Wekivas best defense will be a ball-control offense they showed against Boone. It kept all-star running back A.J. Turman on the sideline for much that will send the Mustangs to their second straight victory. The score will be For the Blue Darters, this is a must-win game. Apopka cannot make the playoffs for the 13th straight season without beating the Knights. Ocoee is just 1-3, having defeated only a weak Cypress Creek team two weeks ago. If Apopka plays the game as it should, the Blue Darters will walk away with a solid win. Last season, Apopka defeated the Knights 32-6 and that was the smallest Apopka margin since Darlington returned to Apopka in 2006. If a law enforcement crime and this paper reports that information, please noinformation, we will be hapThe Apopka In the period from September 24-30, the Apopka Police Department received 890 calls for assistance, responded citations and made 35 arrests. Of these arrests, six were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with larceny petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense, sex assault by under 18 years of age-sex battery victim under 12 years of age, possession of marijuana no more than 20 grams, possession of controlled substance without prescription, warrant information report and burglary to unoccupied structure unarmed. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Holly Diane Springer, 44, 206 S. Apollo Dr., Apopka, alcohol or drugs. Robert Francis Kersey, 24, 6462 Stardust Ln., Orlando, making false report to law while license suspended 1st offense, hit and run failure to stop remain at crash involved. Alton Lavelle Turner, 42, 321 Hope Cir., Orlando, larceny-grand theft more than $5,000 but less than $10,000. Larry Richardson, 42, 1865 Snapdragon Ct., Apopka, driving while license suspended 1st offense. Jose Luis Perez-Hernandez, 23, 290 Hankin Rd., Bartow, operating vehicle without drivers license. Edwin Mercado Santiago, 40, 1613 Bouldercreek Ct., Apopka, aggravated assault with deadly weapon with intent, weapon offense-improper Britney Ballard, 20, 6645 Hawksmoor Dr., Orlando, driving while license suspended 2nd offense. Tiffany Lynn Simmons, 26, 301 W. Ponkan Rd., Apopka, warrant-contempt of court. Catherine M. Harrold, 50, 3585 Creighton Rd., Pensacola, possession of cocaine. Justin Pavelka, 27, 5207 Chakanotosa Cir., Orlando, possession marijuana not more than 20 grams, possession and/ or use of drug equipment, possession controlled substance without prescription. Oscar Leonides, 18, 921 Little Ave., Apopka, larcenygrand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Sylvia Jean Leonides, 46, 921 Little Ave., Apopka, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Nassar M. Suluki, 48, 624 Spice Trader Way, Orlando, driving while license suspended 1st offense. George Herbert, 53, 1185 Green Vista Cir., Apopka, aggravated assault with deadly weapon without intent. Jonathan Wayne Murray, 47, 538 Ella J. Gilmore St., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense, possession manufacture delivery of drug struction without violence. Indra K. Harpaul, 56, 1792 Scrub Jay Rd., Apopka, larcenypetit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Aubrieanne M. Reyes, 20, 363 W. Kelly Park Rd., Apopka, battery-cause bodily harm. Terrell Markese Isom, 18, 501 Summit St., Apopka, burglary unoccupied structure unstruction without violence, damage property criminal mischief $200 and under. Rodrick J. Robinson, 19, 19 G.H. Washington St., Apopka, larceny-2nd degree 2nd offense, larceny-commit theft-resist return of property. Richard Herrera, 21, 7038 Holly St., Zellwood, aiding prisoner escape. Jose Delgado, 33, 1550 Downing St., Groveland, drivhol or drugs. Rafael Castillo, 27, 514 Lakebridge Ln., Apopka, drivhol or drugs. Jose Luis Pinero, 46, 6866 Shimmering Dr., Lakeland, alcohol or drugs, refuse to submit to DUI test. Louis Difazio, 26, transient, Apopka, burglary unoccupied structure unarmed, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, damage property criminal mischief tion without violence, burglary from building. Dennis Imhoff, 26, 6444 Jones Ave., Zellwood, carrying concealed weapon, driving while license suspended, habitdrugs. Herbert Walker, 69, 420 Jillson St., Apopka, driving undrugs, driving on permanently revoked license. Sammie Smith, former Apopka High, Florida State and NFL great, is the new representative for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for Apopka High and Lake County, and hes looking to spread the word about FCA to local high school coaches and athletes, as well as the community at large. To that end, Smith will bring one of the big guns of college athletics and a huge supporter of FCA, his former college coach, Bobby Bowden, to Lake County to speak at a luncheon Wednesday, October 10, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Eustis, 3557 E. Orange Ave., Eustis. Tickets are $50 each and are available at Lake Nissan, 10234 U.S. Highway 441, Leesburg; any United Southern Bank location in Lake County; Sideline Sports Eatery, 315 N. Highland St., Mount Dora; or at After graduating from Apopka High in 1985, Smith, one of the top running backs anywhere of his time, signed with Florida State and Bowden. Now retired from coaching, Bowden, 82, has continued a strong speaking schedule, this time lending his drawing power to Smith and his efforts to build the FCA in Lake County and at Apopka High, which is included in his area of responsibility. We are just trying to gain awareness and just trying to introduce FCA to our Lake County community and Apopka with it being a school of mine, Smith said. We want to try to make people aware that we are here in the schools and trying to make a difference in our athletes and coaches lives. We really want to use this luncheon to introduce ourselves to the community. In addition to Bowden being the main speaker, Smith will talk some himself, as will Dayne Williams, who played fullback at FSU when Smith was the top tailback. Coach Bowden, as well as Dayne Williams, who is a good friend of mine, will talk. Hell share what FCA has done in his life, Smith said. We want everyone to know how important it is to continue to have FCA so it can be a mechanism to help forge change for the better. While football connects the men who will be speaking with those who will attend the luncheon, Smith says that wont be the main topic Police Beat With new coach Dale Salapa having proved himself elsewhere, I think Ocoee will continue to improve, so I dont think were going to have an Apopka romp like we had in 2010 when the Blue Darters won 66-14, setting a school record for points in a game. If the Blue Darters take care of the ball, they will defeat the Knights, but we have seen how turnovers can derail even the best of intentions. Apopka may not play a perfect game, but they will still come away with a solid victory. The score will be will speak at FCA See FCA Page 7B Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 10A of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 5B of this newspaper. From time to time, as space allows, The Apopka Chief will print cartoons generated by Bert Rummel, who, along with his wife Pam and children, has been a resident of Apopka since 1999. Rummel expresses his own humorous life experiences through Bertram, a cartoon character created and developed by him in 2003. If Bertram puts a smile on someones face, then my cartoons and artwork are a success, said Rummel.Lil League

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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 6BAutumn harvest season has rolled around again, most deliciously, as always. Freshly picked field-and-tree-ripened fruits and vegetables are available once more from local farms. Sometimes these great-tasting and vitamins-rich treats are provided by friends who enjoy gardening as a hobby. Or, maybe it is you growing your own ingredients in your back yard. Find them where they grow and cook up some super October suppers from the recipes below, all from the great cooks at Apopkas Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit. Very appropriately, is the title of the churchs cookbook featured here this week. Butter a shallow 2-quart pan and ar and a dash of salt. Sift and measure ar, cheese and cinnamon. Shape crust into thin cakes by patting small portions in hands. Place overlapping on top of apples. Bake at 350 degrees until crust is brown, about 50 minutes. Top with whipped cream or ice cream. Servings: 10. Per serving: 289 calories; 13 grams fat. Mix together all ingredients, except apples. Batter will be thick. Spray a bundt pan and layer some sliced apples in bottom. Sprinkle on a little cinnamon with remaining apples. Pour on remaining batter and shake pan to even out. Bake for 1 hour at 375 degrees and test for doneness. Servings: 16. Per serving: 351 calories; 15 grams fat. Peel, quarter and core apples. Place a quarter in each roll which has been smoothed out and lightly stretched. Sprinkle a little cinnamon on each apple. Roll the dough around the apple and pinch ends to seal. Place dumplings close together in a square baking dish. Combine in a saucepan the sugar, orange juice, margarine and vanilla. Bring to a boil. Pour sauce over dumplings and bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes. Serve warm. Servings: 8. Per serving: 222 calories; 11 grams fat. Mix together sweet potatoes, sugar, margarine, eggs, vanilla and milk. Put in baking dish. Topping: Mix together brown sugkle over top of potato mixture and bake 25-30 minutes at 350 degrees. Servings: 10. Per serving: 426 calories; 24 grams fat. 3 tablespoons pimento Scald milk. Add cheese and cracker crumbs. When cool, add eggs, squash, onions, pimento and salt and pepper. Pour in a casserole dish. Melt butter and pour over top of mixture. Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees. Servings: 8. Note: Recipe can be doubled and pimentos omitted. Per serving: 18 calories; 1 gram fat. 1 teaspoon salt Mix all ingredients and blend till smooth. Bake at 325 degrees for about 60 minutes. Makes 2 loaves. Servings: 24. Per serving: 158 calories; 8 grams fat. egg and beat well. Add to rhubarb and mix thoroughly. Pour into unbaked pie crust and cover with top crust. Bake 10 minutes at 425 degrees. Reduce heat and bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes. Servings: 8. Per serving: 170 calories; 1 gram fat. Mix all together and pour into crusts. Bake at 350 degrees until a knife inserted in center comes out clean. Yield: 2 pies. Servings: 16. Per serving: 226 calories; 10 grams fat. melted Peel back the shucks on corn, but do not remove. Pull one shuck from each ear and tie around remaining shucks in a bow. Grill corn for 5-10 minutes, basting often with a mixture of melted butter and fresh basil. Turn corn on grill to promote even cooking. Remove from grill and baste one more time. Serve immediately. Recipe yields six servings. Cook up October suppers with Favorites for all Seasons cookbook Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley.Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. We know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.comPlease send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 400 N. Park Ave., Apopka, FL 32712Please send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 400 N. Park Ave., Apopka, FL 32712or send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 400 N. Park Ave., Apopka, FL 32712 MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili!We know shed love to hear from you!Visit: www.theapopkachief.comWe know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.com Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. We know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.comor send them to: MMM........Chili!The Apopka Chiefand The PlanterRECIPES, 400 N. Park Ave., Apopka, FL 32712 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 8:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., held by the Tangerine Improvement Society, at 1701 Wright Ave., Tangerine. Includes all-you-can-eat pancakes and French toast, sausage, eggs, juice and coffee. The cost is $5 for adults and $2 for kids. For information, call 352-455-3071. 10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m., at Journey Christian Church, 1965 S. O.B.T., Apopka. Buddy break is a free program designed to give caretakers or children with special needs a three-hour break from their care-giving responsibilities. For information call Debbie Sams at 407-462-9173 or register as a VIP or Buddy at BuddyBreakJourney@yahoo.com.SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7 8:00 a.m. until the last item is sold after the 11:00 a.m. service, outside the Chapel at the First United Methodist Church of Apopka, 201 S. Park Ave., Apopka. For information, call 407-312-3839 or email norma.jean111@gmail.com. 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. 2:00 p.m., at the Windy Hill Ranch, 3620 Kelly Park Rd., Apopka. Moro is a former AHS cheerleader who broke her back while cheerleading. Hotdogs and hamburgers will available, as well as salads and homemade desserts. Free ice cream will be offered by Toppers Creamery. There will also be drawings and a silent auction. Cost is $5 per person. For information, call Pauline Mathius at 407-814-8213. 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, OCTOBER 8 9:15 a.m., at 810 Fox Valley Dr., Longwood. Meetings are held every month on the second Monday. For information, call Linda at 407-862-4315 or visit www. swogc.info. 5:00 p.m. 5:55 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. Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensinoncommercial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are currently held at Radiant Life Church, 3151 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. For information, please call 407-312-0849, or go to www.tops.org. 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, OCTOBER 9 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at Magnolia Park. Call 407886-4231 for more information. SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City of Apopka Fran Carlton Center. Call 407-703-1741 for more information. : 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. 6:30 p.m., at the Zellwood Community Center, 3160 Union Sr., Zellwood. Participants are invited to bring a dish of any kind to share with others. For more information, call 407625-1503. 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 407703-1704. 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for nonmembers. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www. aaog.tv. 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. 10:00 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. 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. At 10:15 a.m., lasts approximately 15 min. every Wed. For infants birth to 18 months, OCLS North Orange Branch.* At 10:45 a.m., every Wed., Especially for children ages 18 to 36 months and lasts approximately 20 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* At 11:15 a.m. every Wed. Recommended for children ages and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 for information. 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central, in Apopka. Call 407-880-0335 for information. 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. 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. 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. Friday, October 12, from 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m., admission is $3 per child. Non-scary event will feature games and prizes, haywith marshmallow roast, entertainment and bounce houses. Fun for all ages! October 13 and 14 at Greenbrier Memory Gardens, 3703 w. Kelly Park Rd., Apopka. There will be a chili cook-off, hot dog eating contest, great food, 50/50 drawing, giveaways, entertainment, vendors, animals and more! For information, call 407-886-2620 or visit www.pawsforacause.info. Saturday, October 13 from 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m., and Sunday, October 14, from 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m, at Dayspring Community Church, 2434 Old Dixie Hwy., Apopka. There will be many local exhibits/vendors and local professional speakers. For information, call 407-739-9915. 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. 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. 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. 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! : The New Journey Youth Center program for youth, ages 12-19, that will offer tutoring in academics, art, music, ning Tuesday, September 4, from 1:00 6:00 p.m., at the John H. Bridges Community Center, Building A, 445 W. 13th St., Apopka. Cost is $30 per teen, per month and $10 for a New Journey Youth Center T-shirt and membership card. A daily snack is included in the cost. Volunteers and speakers are also needed. For more information, call Yarbrough at 407-970-9263 or visit www.newjourneycenter.org. : SENIORS ages 60+, can get onetime assistance per season with past due utility bills, October 1 through March 31. St. Paul A.M.E. Church, 1012 S. Park Ave., Apopka. For information call 407-889-4464 or 407-694-1405. 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. 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 352-3159934 or visit lakeduplicate.com. 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. Extended Hand in Apopka 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 travelsized hygiene products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, much of which is handed out to students going back to school. For the drop-off locations, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation. org. For more information, call 800962-2622, email extendedhandapopka@gmail.com or visit www. facebook.com/extendedhandoutreach. : The Living Healthy Program at Florida Hospital Apopka designed to help those with chronic diseases s uch as high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and more. Call 407-625-7048 to learn more about free chronic disease self-management courses. 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@ Members continue to collect old cell phones for the Sheriffs Department. Call 407-886-5023 for pick up. Available daily or weekly at OCLS North Orange Branch.* Classes are: Computer Basics, Excel, Word Resume Writing, Email for Seniors, ELLIS English Lab, Word, Online Job Searches, Power Point, Internet, Open Lab, How to use a mouse and keyboard, etc. Call OCLS North Orange Branch* for more details. Sign up to month of October! 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. 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. To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, call 407-886-2777. or Visit the Web site at www.theapopkachief.com. CANCELLED HAPPY THANKSGIVING! : 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 N. Forest Ave., Apopka. Each class is $5. Students may dance barefoot and should wear comfortable clothing. Call 407-703-1631, for information. : Held at the Northwest Recreation Complex. The ATA will provide instruction for children, teens, and adults. The academy will feature the new USTA and ITF endorsed 10 and under Quickstart format method of instruction. Adults interested in youth programming and adult instruction and activities should contact the Apopka Tennis Academy at 407-803-6358 or http://apopkatennisacademy.com/.CANCELLED 7:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church. Please RSVP to 407889-2872. 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. 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. 1:30 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 407703-1704. 5:00 p.m. at the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce. Please RSVP to 407-889-2872. 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. of the month at 12:00 noon, at the Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-8895305. CLOSED FOR THE 4th! 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Play basketball at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Bobby Scott at 407-247-5553 or email jadamone@aol.com.

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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 7B of discussion during the luncheon. Its not really about football; its about what God has done in a lot of our lives, a role I dont take lightly, he said. Being a football player in the past really doesnt mean anydom (of God). Thats the angle I look for when coach Bowden speaks. Hes been a great leader of men for many years, not just in football, but in all areas of life. Its that way because of events in Smiths life after he left the NFL. He was convicted on federal drug charges and spent seven years in prison. I made some bad choices and I allowed things to happen in my life. I didnt grow up with those attributes. I was surrounded by great people, Smith said. The enemy will put bad things in our way. You can come from the best family, but that doesnt make you any less susceptible from making bad choices. Smith now lives in the Mount Dora area and purposefully decided to return to this area to begin his life anew. 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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 8B Devonte Shackelford brings down a Boone runner during the Mustangs 29-28 victory over the Braves. Head coach Ty Parker (l) and assistant Shannon Benton talk to the Wekiva players on the sideline during the game on Friday, September 28. Ryan Watson hangs on to the ball as several Boone defenders try to bring down the powerful running back. Ray Ray Smith led all rushers with 154 yards on just 11 carries. He also scored two touchdowns for the Blue Darters. Chandler Cox ran for 75 yards and a score for Apopka. He also threw for one touchdown to Jacob Wittrock. Daquon Isom had 78 yards and a touchdown on only ve carries for the Blue Darters. Hialeah-Miami Lakes punter Gustavo Pena looks back at the ball that was snapped over his head. Kama Barnes nds the going rough as (l-r) Deon Lowman, Anthony Ellis, Shyeem Covington, and Eric Jackson bring him down. All-star running back A.J. Turman runs into a perfect form tackle by Wekivas Brandon Johnson.

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Wekivas Brittany Johnson hits the ball back over the net in the match against West Orange. Mylaina Brooks dives for the ball Monday, October 1, in Wekivas 3-1 loss to the West Orange Warriors. Kayla Morales is behind Brooks. Denise Belcher dives to return a shot during Apopkas 3=1 victory over the Olympia Titans. Nicole Dominguez (4) spikes the ball for the Blue Darters. Apopka defeated Olympia for the second time to end the regular season unbeaten in district play. Apopka will have the top seed for the District 8A-3 tournament later this month. Carli Anderson spikes the ball for the Blue Darters as teammates Denise Belcher (c) and Haley Day get ready for a possible return. Lindsay Sabiston serves the ball for the Blue Darters. Denise Belcher spikes the ball past an Olympia defender. In the picture at the far left, Denise Belcher serves the ball for the Blue Darters, while in the middle picture, Camille Nieves returns the ball during Apopkas win. In the picture at the near left, Camry Halm keeps the ball alive late in the match.

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has to decide it is going to do it and step over it. We have a lot of sophomores playing on this team. They hadnt been in the position of having to step over the adversity. We have seniors, but they have been playing with those sophomores. Tonight, everyone stepped over adversity on the same page. W e had been a predominate team to the right or strong side. The play is a part of our rotation. But we used Sam (Jallah) to give the defense something new to look at; more speed and someone different. Sam just broke a couple of tackles and got to the outside for the two-point conversion, because we didnt know if we would get the ball back. We felt we had to go for it. It was now or never. (Boone running back A.J.) Turman had been getting stronger and stronger during the second half with every carry. When he is running the ball, the Braves dont give it up often. After its worst performance of the season resulted in a 42-8 loss at the hands of West Orange the previous week, Parker said his teams historically have responded with great energy and determination to right the wrong. But the game certainly didnt begin that way for Wekiva. The Braves received the opening kickoff and took only three plays to score. Williams lofted a 22-yard pass into the arms of Devin Thomas to draw However it was Wekicharge of dictating the terms of how the game was to be played season. In the process, Boone was defeated by its own playbook. An opponent effectively executing the best-defenseis-a-good-offense philosophy limited the Braves opportunities. In particular, Wekiva limited Turmans touches enough to withstand his big plays. possession ended, they had moved the ball from their own 15 into the end zone on 13 consecutive running plays and used 8:21 of the clock. A physical three-yard gain by Watson between the tackles, the Musto the mouth as soon as posscrimmage. The Mustangs converted two consecutive third downs to start the drive and overcame a fumbled snap before Brown rambled into the end zone on a 17-yard rushing touchdown. The rushing attack also tion for Wekiva. With 47 secva took over possession of the ball at Boones 44. T wo plays later, quarterback Bart Bell connected on a pass to Damoun Patterson the ball was caught at the 34, in man-to-man coverage, the defensive back fell as he reactnext to the sideline as Wekiva took the lead into halftime. The complete opposite of the previous game, the Mustangs ran 27 plays durthe Braves 12. The Mustangs moved the ball 160 yards. Boone gained only 61 yards and 32 of it came on Turmans Mustangs holding onto possession of the ball for 18:17 in the man touched the ball only four times. The difference was their ability to run the ball and in Boone coach Phil Ziglar said. It set the tone and we had to play from behind the eight ball from the start. We couldnt get into our offense because it was had been played. They simply mashed us up front play after play and then broke one to the outside. It was effective in moving the ball and kept us from getting it in the hands of A.J. and our other skilled players. It is a simple way to play football, but it was effective. Establishing its game so half, the Mustangs continued to pick and pick with the rushing nally broke the long gain. When Bell faked an inside handoff, most of the defense ran into the middle of the line. Overpursuing Bell as he ran just outside the tackles, there was just enough of a hole for him to scoot through. By the time the defense realized he had the ball, Bell was behind the line of scrimmage. He motored to the Braves 9-yard line, a 71-yard gain. Two plays later, Scott bulldogged his way into the end touchdown. But Boone did not go quietly as it did what programs as successful as it has been almost always do. Boone eventually gained some opportunities and with them, Turman got his touches. And with touches, Turman began gaining yards with the rest of Boone following suit. After the Mustangs third touchdown gave them a 21-7 lead, the ensuing kickoff was returned to Boones 42. Two plays later, Williams ran 42 yards for a touchdown on a quarterback draw. It sparked the Boone defense, which held Wekiva sequent possession. The exchange left Boone with good its drive at its 45. It appeared the Wekiva defense had held and preserved the lead. But facing a fourth-and-eight at the 20, holder, Williams, completed an 18-yard pass to Calvin Smith. Turman ran the ball into the end zone off the right tackle on the next play. The ensuing kickoff was fumbled by the Mustangs and the Braves recovered it at the Mustangs 30. It took only four plays for the Braves to turn the fumble into points and the lead, 2821. All four plays were rushes and Turman gained 18 yards, scored a touchdown on an option pitch to the right side with 14 seconds left in the third quarter. Boones defense held Wekiva to only 74 yards during the second half, including two during the next series of downs following the go-ahead touchdown. With the ball at its 22, Wekiva was forced to punt with nine minutes left in the game and try to keep Boone from using up most of the remaining time. Fortunately for the Mustangs, the scenario of having to stop Turman and the Braves minutes of the clock never materialized. The Braves gained what should have been a valuOrvis made a catch, he fumbled. W ith 6:50 left in the game, Wekiva took possession of the ball and marched 44 yards on six plays to the winning touchdown, Jallahs 19-yard run. The key play was pass interference on a halfback option thrown by Brown. He then gained eight more yards, rushing the ball on the next play to move it to the 20. T urman gained 68 yards of his 106 on 11 carries during the second half. Running by committee, Wekiva gained 286 yards on 17 carries. We made a concerted effort to use a game plan which was completely committed to the triple-option and rushing the ball, Parker said. We had identity as far as what we rely on. We have had some success with the option and running the ball between the tackles, but we also had some success throwing the ball. However, we decided that long-term what we did tonight is the direction we time we used the run like we did. Having Reggie back was the difference in us being so effective with it. He gave us speed. Having him in the backcauses defenses to get out of alignment. When he didnt have the ball, the defense still had to account for his speed. It couldnt focus entirely on the other runners. We were committed to the option and had the speed to go with the power again. The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 10B 16-0 with just 20 seconds left in Quickly answering with their only score of the game, the Trojans tallied when quarterback Travis Makenzie found Kama Barnes on a deep crossing pattern over the middle, hitting him in stride for a 78-yard touchdown pass. The 2-point conversion failed, but Apopkas lead was trimmed to 16-6 just 30 seconds into the second period. However any questions about an upset were answered bulled in from the 1-yard line for the score with 9:31 remaining in the second period. His score was set up on a 51-yard run by Simmons to the Trojans 2-yard line. For the third time, Isom converted on the 2-point conversion to give the Blue Darters a 24-6 lead. Apopka got back in the 1:02 of the second period. touchdown run by Smith to culminate a 55-yard drive in which he accounted for all but three yards of the march. He also added the 2-point conversion to up Apopkas lead to 326. Then, Apopkas kicker, Brett Wilson, got into the scoring act, but not in the traditional manner. Wilson nailed the ensuing kickoff into the end zone for an automatic touchback and then, playing defenseason, stepped in front of a Makenzie pass, picked it off, and scampered untouched into the end zone for a 34-yard interception return for the score half. This time, the 2-point conversion failed, but the Darters still took a 38-6 lead into the locker room at halftime. It took just three plays for Apopka to score after receiving the second-half kickoff when Cox hit Wittrock for the 33yard touchdown. Wilson added the extra point to give the Blue Darters a 45-6 lead and the running clock began then, shortening the game. Apopka added two more scores in the second half, the for the touchdown with 2:39 left in the third period. The second was a 34-yard jaunt by Isom with 9:21 remaining in the fourth period. Wilson added both extra points. The Blue Darters likely could have scored after Smith was tackled at the Trojans 1-yard line with a little more than a minute remaining. However, Cox took a knee twice to run out the clock. 6 19 23-(-28) 34-356 175 33 1 1-22-1 1-1-0 0-0 3-1 3-15 0-0 0 6 0 0 6 16 22 14 7 59 Ap-Simmons 15 run (Isom run), 4:04 1st; Ap-Simmons 54 punt return (Isom run), :20 1st; HML-Barnes 78 pass from Makenzie (pass failed), 11:30 2nd; Ap-Cox 1 run (Isom run), 9:31 2nd; Ap-Smith 3 run (Smith run), 1:02 2nd; Ap-Wilson 34 interception return (run failed), :46 2nd; Ap-Wittrock 33 pass from Cox (Wilson kick), 10:37 3rd; Ap-Smith 25 run (Wilson kick), 2:39 3rd; Ap-Isom 34 run (Wilson kick, 9:54 4th. Rushing: HML-Walden 2-9; Hayes 4-8; Makenzie 11-1; Barnes 5-(-8); Team 1-(-20). Apopka-Smith 11154, 2 TD; Isom 5-78, 1TD; Cox 1175, 1TD; Simmons 3-61, 1TD; Team 4-(-12). Passing: HML-Makenzie 11-22-1, 1TD. Apopka-Cox 1-1-0, 33, 1TD. Receiving: HML-Barnes 3-128, 1TD; Evans 3-21; Smith 3-17; Hayes 1-7; Small 1-2. Apopka-Wittrock 1-33, 1TD. A-2,000 18 14 47-286 28-196 52 92 2-6-0 8-17-0 3-1 2-1 8-55 8-70 7 7 7 8 29 7 0 21 0 28 B-Thomas 22 pass from Williams (Jones kick), 10:55 1st; W-Brown 17 run (Varble kick), 3:07 1st; WPatterson 43 pass from Bell (Varble kick), :31 2nd; W-Scott 5 run (Varble kick), 9:41 3rd; B-Williams 42 run (Jones kick), 8:17 3rd; B-Turman 4 run (Jones kick), 1:48 3rd; B-Turman 5 run (Jones kick), :14 3rd; WJallah 19 run (Brown run), 4:44. Rushing: Wekiva-Bell 10-105; Watson 11-52; Brown 7-45 1TD; Scott 14-39, 1TD; D. Dillard 1-29; Jallah 1-19, 1TD; Team 3-(-3). Boone-Turman 15-106, 2TD; Williams 6-74, 1TD; Thomas 1-10; Willett 5-7; Team 1-(-1). Passing: Wekiva-Bell 2-6-0, 52. Boone-Williams 8-17-0, 92. Receiving: Wekiva-Patterson 2-52, 1TD. Boone-Thomas 3-37, TD; Smith 1-16; Orvis 2-15; Willett 1-12; Anderson 1-12. Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1BMustangs: Boone scored 21 straight to go ahead before Wekiva came backApopka coach Jamie Lillethorup said, But, again, as I said it was so important to defeat them wasnt for the sake of defeating them in itself. Defeating Olympia was one of the goals which are necessary to achieve the bigger goal, the district championship and putting ourselves in a favorable position to win in the postseason. However, for that reason, Olympia has become a big time rival for us and the matches against them has become an emphasis and in that sense, it feels so good. But now that we have done it twice, there is also something to be said about it. They had defeated Dr. Phillips and Boone recently and came in on a 10-game winning streak. We were the last team to defeat them. So, we not only beat a team which is the team others have to beat to become the district champions and has become the measuring stick for us for that reason, but we beat a team with the victories which makes defeating them something of a statement towards the quality of a program. Both victories over the Titans took four sets, but the most recent one was a different story as this time the Blue Darters set. This was unfamiliar territory for us, Lillethorup said. Again, we have been very competitive with Olympia several times, but tonight was the to defeat them twice. We were nervous when the match startmet Olympia because we created the match-ups which were in our favor. When we were nervous tonight, we werent thinking about looking for those match-ups. After we settled down and began playing our game, we did and we scored important consecutive points. W e began passing the ball across the court and to all of our hitters and blockers. That spread their defense out, creating the holes. The setters got in to that rhythm which produces that complete attack. Our serving has also been a strength and we committed several unforced Not only did the Blue Darttrailed by 5-2 and 7-3 scores during the second. But, Apopkas Nicole Dominguez lobbed a passing shot over Olympias front row at the net and it dropped into the back left corner just inbounds and from that point on, Apopka was on its A game. While Olympia played well and scored points, Apopka was just a little bit better and its ability to exert its game plan was a little bit stronger. And, over the course of the match, it was the slight difference. Nonetheless, it was the winning difference. Apopka rattled off four consecutive points to tie the second set at 7-7, including an ace by Carli Anderson which bounced in front of the backline between the defenders. After the four consecutive points, the teams then exchanged the next six to bring the score to 10-10. During the stretch, though, it felt that it was only a matter of time until the Blue Darters would make a surge and force the Titans to answer on their terms. Apopka scored nine of the next 11 points to take a 1912 lead, securing the second set. During the run, the crossing pass from the net became prominent as Denise Belcher scored twice while blocking attempted kills and they came from the left side and went to the right. Kacie Miller and Lindsay Sabiston scored on similar passes. Belcher ended the set with a kill down the left sideline which was just inside it. W ith the score tied at 1-1, it set up the set of the match. While the Blue Darters relied on their game of passing and serving to win the second set, the third was about defense and the old-fashioned intestinal fortitude which goes with it. A punch-for-punch, strength-vs.strength set, Apopka staved off set-point and earned three victory. It ended a set in which the teams were tied 13 different times, including between 2125. The Blue Darters scored four consecutive points to take an 11-7 lead. But the Titans answered and tied the score at 1111. Other than the four-point lead, neither team led by more than two. And the four-point runs were the only of the game of that length. Facing set point at 24-23, match took place. Lasting for over 12 volleys, Apopkas best did exactly that as both Belcher and Dominguez made diving digs to keep the point alive and avoid the set ending in Olymturn was ripped by Apopka to Olympias Katie Knight just in front of the backline. Offbalance, she hit the ball out of bounds past the other backline. Anderson then served an ace down the left sideline and into the back left corner to bring the Blue Darters to set-point, but then followed that up with a serve into the net. However, the wheels were set in motion as the Blue Darters had seized the all-important momentum and had Olympia playing on its heels and out of synch. A kill by Miller at the net hit directly down and off Olympias front row brought Apopka to its second set-point. Apopka went back to the same formula and Miller ripped another return to Knight as she was off-balance and leaning to the opposite side of the play. Already leaning towards the out of bounds side of the left sideline, she again hit the ball out of play. Obviously the set was important, Lillethorup said. The winner took a 2-1 lead and was only one set away from winning the match. The loser had to win the last two sets after being so close. It came down to who was going to make the great defensive play at the right time. Both teams were making crazy defensive plays in overtime as far as them being so good. It seemed like each one nally, we made the one which the Titans didnt have an answer for. The defensive play set up Miller in transition to hit the ball perfectly down the sideline. The fourth set began as evenly as possible as the score 20 points and Apopka held only a 16-14 lead after 30. But then like many sports, Apopkas game which continually picked at Olympias strengths took its toll. Apopkas two previous set victories and the length, as well Olympia incapacitated to deal with Apopkas strength and negated the Titans efforts. Apopka scored seven consecutive to end the match. Almost all of those points were passing shots which the Titans hit out of bounds, into the net or just couldnt dig. And the ball was hit to the weak side on almost all of the points. W e attacked the weak part of their defense and that meant hitting away from their libero, Lillethorup said. It was successful. We scored several important points hitting the ball to the middle. We were able to limit Farrow being able to hit the ball directly. We could have done a little bit better, but it was enough for the strategy to be successful. That is very positive for us to win with us still having room to improve. Most importantly, we have put ourselves in the best position for the postseason, again, the end goal. W ith the victory and most importantly, Apopka completed an undefeated run (80) through District 8A-3 and earned the number one seed for the championship tournament. The Blue Darters will play hometown rival Wekiva in in each district earn berths in the FHSAA postseason tournament. So, if the matches go according to form, with the number one seed defeating the number four, Apopka will earn a berth for the second consecutive year. In the meantime, Apopka will certainly have its opportunity to prepare for the FHSAA are also perennial state powers who are expected to earn berths in the tournament on a yearly basis. The season ends with matches against Dr. Phillips, Lyman, Lake Brantley, and Bishop Moore. A match against Winter Park was played Wednesday, October 3, past press time. The Blue Darters will also participate in the Lake Mary/ Bishop Moore tournament Friday, October 12, and Saturday, October 13.Blue Darters won critical third set despite facing a set point Continued from page 1BDarters: Apopka scored early in third quarter and the running clock was on

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pen as all of the disabled veterans who participate in it do so without having to pay. Forty disabled veterans participated in the tournament and about 30 of them are amputees. Twentytwo of the disabled veterans are a part of the Amputee Veterans Association Support of Tampa. Another 10 were a part of Prosthetic Orthotic Association of Orlando. Both of the associations were sponsors. The overall amount of disabled veterans participating has seen a 25-percent increase and from the second to third event. The AVASTs color guard also performed, opening the event. The only color guard in the country composed entirely of disabled veterans, it performed at the Republican National Convention held in Tampa during August. The national anthem was sung by Maureen Smithwick. While the morning golf tournament was the medium of advertising the event, the plications of disabled veterans were conveyed by an afternoon ceremony/lunch buffet which was a mixture of enjoying the moment of receiving the accolades due, as well as addressing the cause. Seven veterans who served were honored as VIPs during the luncheon, sitting at the head table. The master of ceremonies, along with the others who organized the event, sponsors and volunteers, eloquently expressed the purpose of holding the event each and every year with a clear and commanding conviction. Once again, the Winter Springs High School JROTC performed. However, this time it was the drill team. The All Brass Band also performed, playing a medley of musical compositions, including the theme of each of the four Armed Forces branches. The group is associated with the Performing Arts of Maitland and the Maitland Symphony Orchestra. The food was good as was the company, Lowry said. So we were also very happy with the luncheon and the other activities besides the golf, as well as the increase in the amount of participants. We enjoyed the ROTCs performance. It was a very beautiful drill show and the same was true of the All Brass Band. They both did a great job. The total for the amount raised is expected to be announced next week after it has been calculated. Financial awards will then be donated to multiple organizations. The winners of the tournament itself as well as the contests were also given recognition during the ceremony. A group including its president, Stan Patterson, representing the Prosthetic Orthotic Association of Orlando, won the event with a score of 56. Patterson owns the POAO. There were also several individual contests, including a closest to the pin on the 13th hole and they were recognized, too. nated to the cause in one form or another, both individuals and companies. There were 120 golfers who participated. W e want to thank all the volunteers and sponsors, Lowry said. We couldnt make the event happen without them and hard work to make it come to fruition. Because of them, we were able to raise money to continue to assist the veterans and we will be going to the VA Hospital in Tampa and AVAST to make a donation. The event has also reached the point that it is getting attention from Amputee Magazine, a worldwide publication. That is how the veterans from Ocala and Kissimmee found out about it. That is satisfying, too. By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Joe Chealey is looking forward to his senior season as an Apopka Blue Darters basketball player. But, at about the same time the season begins, the Apopka point guard will also think about college, as he plans to sign his college scholarship papers to play for the College of Charleston (S.C.) during the NCAA early-signing period November 14-21. Chealey chose College of Charleston over several other colleges, including UCF, Georgia Southern, Southern Mississippi, Tulane, FIU, and Coastal Carolina. He said he chose Charleston over the other schools because he felt at home there. It was the relationship with the coaches, Chealey said. That was a big thing. Also, the relationship I developed with the players on my visit. We bonded pretty well. Everything is right there. The facilities are nice, state-ofsituation, and the best opportunity for me to develop as a player and a man. For the next four years, it will be home. The on-the-court part was important, too, he said. From a basketball standpoint, they were in need of a point guard, and they expressed they started recruiting me. Chealey was one of the Doug Wojcik, who was named the head coach at College of Charleston in early April. I felt like coach Wojcik had my best interest from the start. He has a really good relationship with the guys (already on the team), Chealey said. He interacts with his kids and is really concerned about his players. He seems like a good guy off the court. The fact that Chealey was recruited at all may come as a surprise. He and the Blue Darters had a non-descript season last year. But, after the high school season, Chealey played in some AAU tournaments, performing very well, and thats when the ball began rolling. had, the third weekend in April in Pittsburgh, I played pretty coaches calling me. It was crazy. I didnt think it would happen like that. They were calling from UCLA, USC, all over the country. It was exciting. The recruiting excitement continued through the summer as Chealey kept his level of play high. I like to create (plays with the ball), he said. They liked my size. I have decent size for a point guard (6foot-2). I can get into the lane and create my shot, and that creates opportunities for other players, as well. I also played pretty good defense up in Pittsburgh. They liked my on-ball pressure. head coach Matt Ruta, having a player like Chealey guide the team is a bonus as he takes over from 17-year coach Eddie Jenkins, who is now a dean at Apopka High School. Leadership, thats the Joe, Ruta said. We had spring workouts and I saw Joe stepping up and being a leader. That can be an uncommon characteristic. A lot of guys are gifted, but his intangibles are what set him apart. While Chealeys height is part of what makes him attractive to college coaches, he may not be done growing. The doctor said I am still growing. Everybody on my moms side (of the family) is way up there. Chealey s excitement over the recruiting process and deciding on College of Charleston is not the only thing hes looking forward to this year. He has that senior season at Apopka High School still ahead. W e want to win games and make a run at state, Chealey said. That effort began as soon as the 2011-2012 season ended on his home court against Olympia in the District 8A-3 tournament. I had a talk with the guys coming back. I wanted them to remember the feeling we had when we lost to Olympia in our house. They beat us pretty good. We need to remember that feeling and not have it again. Another team goal for some of the guys is to be able to play at the next level. I want to see them succeed as much as I want to see myself succeed. And, he means that in more ways than one. I think we really mean it when we say we are brothers. I just want them to be successful whether its in basketball or whatever they do in life. The Blue Darters begin the regular season at home on November 23 when they host Riverview. Theyll play in the Tip-Off Classic preseason event November 13 and 15 at Wekiva High. Apopka will face Rockledge and Lake Brantley in that event. Im excited for the season. Im looking forward to it. Weve got a good squad. Joe Chealey stands with new AHS boys basketball coach Matt Ruta. Dino Wareld, a double amputee, putts the ball during the event played at Zellwood Station. Jack Wiseman plays golf with one arm Saturday, September 29, during the event. Continued from page 1BVeterans: About 30 of the veterans who played have suffered an amputation Two Apopka High School Special Olympics softball teams won their divisions in the area tournament and have qualied for the state tournament in November. The Apopka High Hawks and Ospreys each won their divisions and will participate in the 2012 Special Olympics Florida Fall Classic State Softball Championships November 16-17 at ESPNs Wide World of Sports at Walt Disney World. The area tournament took place at Hancock Park in Clermont. The Apopka Hawks defeated the Lake Challengers and the Seminole Red Sox. The Apopka Ospreys also won their games to claim rst place.

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The Apopka Chief, October 5, 2012, Page 12B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff For West Orange, Olympia and Dr. Phillips earning fourth place in the Metro Conference boys golf tournament would be a disaster. Even though Apopkas goal was to earn at least third ish is an accomplishment. While it was also a performance which was visible reason it is considered such is because the results were its best ever. Held at Zellwood Station Golf Club Wednesday, October 3, and with multiple weather delays, Apopka moved up one position and lowered its score by over 20 strokes from the 2011 Metro Conference tourney. The goal was third place, but we didnt fail, Cary said. We did the opposite. We had a day which puts us in the position we want to be in and the results were the best we have ever had. We had a good round of golf. The difference between last year and this was not even close. Since last years tournament, we have improved tremendously and the result was our performance today compared to last year. We still have work to do, but were very pleased with the effort today. W e were fourth, but not because of anything we did or didnt do. We did what a team is supposed to do when they are playing the postseason championship tournament; we improved our game. It just happened that the top three teams played even better than they usually do. W est Orange claimed the championship with a round (18 holes) of 298 strokes for its four players. Olympia gave chase, scoring 301. Third place was taken by Dr. Phillips by shooting eight more strokes. Apopka was a solid fourth with a score of 336 as there was a gap between the top three teams and fourth, but the same was true of fourth which was scored. Jones competed, but not as a team. The minimum number of golfers to compete as a team is four. Three golfers competed under the Jones banner. ish fourth. The individual championship was claimed by West Oranges Tyler Tate with a round of 67 strokes. He held off Olympias Matt Chamberlain whose score was 73. Cary said if his team was to break into the top three, it needed to shoot an average round of 79 or less. It has recorded four scores below 40 for nine holes this season. Its individual scores were consistent if not below 40. Blake Donahue and Austin Gillis put in scores of 82. by Josh Hutchinson. Another 86 strokes rounded day, shooting a score of 96. The lowest score is the four lowest scores. It was a clear step to getting to where we want to go, Cary said. It is the kind of step teams look for, because it is built off of. We have everyone coming back next year and they will come back after having accomplished our best position and score at the Metro Conference championship. But before that, we have the district championship. We know what we do well and what we have to work on. We know clearly what we need to work on after today. We struck the ball well. That has been an obstacle which is important for us to change. Todays performance is also important towards us playing with conship. The reason we did so well was because the course management was better. That comes from understanding the game. The goal for the district championship is to stay focused, continue to manage the course as well as we did today and stay disciplined, Cary said. Apopkas Austin Brana gets low to read a putt during the Metro Conference tournament played at Zellwood Station. Joseph Johnson chips the ball for the Wekiva Mustangs golf team Wednesday, October 3, during the Metro Conference event.Wekivas Drew Wisdo blasts out of a sand trap during the Metro Conference tournament. Apopka golf coach Donald Cary (r) talks with Austin Gillis as they walk down a fairway during the tournament. Ben Hall of the Apopka boys golf team lines up a putt in the event played Wednesday, October 3. Freshman running back Delvin Morris tries to get away from a Dr. Phillips defender Thursday, September 27, during the Apopka High freshman football teams 28-22 victory over the Panthers. The defender caught Morris by the jersey to prevent him from scoring, but the victory marked another in a long line for the Apopka High freshman squad. The Blue Darters have not lost to another freshman football team since 2006. The freshman team did fall to the Clermont East Ridge junior varsity team a couple of years ago, but by less than one touchdown. Laquan Lowman runs the ball for the Apopka Pop Warner Mitey Mites Saturday, September 29, during the teams game against West Orange. It was just one of six games played by the Apopka teams in the youth football and cheer league. Apopka plays at Ocoee on Saturday, October 6, while the teams will end their regular season on Saturday, October 13, with games against Dr. Phillips.

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on 25 carries (12.76 yards average), a school record. The Mustangs took a 13-0 lead during 25-14 victory. Although the score remained close throughout the felt like it was in doubt due in large part to Alberts efforts as Wekiva marched up and down stretches of time were consumed before the drives ended with scores. Even when Wekiva didnt score long stretches of time were consumed. The Mustangs had possession of the ball for over 33 minutes as it rushed for 417 yards on 51 carries, an average of 9.55 yards. Watson added another 86 yards on 12 carries. did not end with scores, the offense put together four of at least seven plays and gained Geor ge Jenkins was winless when it met the Wekiva last year. Their record was 0-5. However, Parker pointed out the team was probably better than their record indicates, at least as far as it being much more competitive than the reasons for a winless streak usually are. Their opponents were a combined 19-4. The Eagles are a member of District 7A-5 and have a new coach in Eric Gallon. This is his but he has been on the staff for a few years. The team isnt as young as it was last year when almost all of its starting lineup still full of underclassmen. Its season has been similar to 2011 as its record is 1-4. George Jenkins lone victory came against Lake Region, who has fallen from postseason participant to 0-4. Geor ge Jenkins losses this year have come to Lake Gibson, Kathleen, Winter Haven and Lake Wales, all are ranked and usually are playoff participants. Their combined record is 14-4. The Eagles rely on a promultiple set offense, rotating mainly between the standard power rushing formations, isolation tosses and counter-attacks. Defensively it uses a fourman front most of the time. Lovester Marshall was the quarterback last season. He is now a full-time running back and wide receiver. Jaylen Odum is now the quarterback for the Eagles. Like Marshall when he played quarterback, Odum presents the threat to run and while George Jenkins has yet to use it to the teams advantage, the potential is always there. As it was last season, George Jenkins rushing game is centered around Trent Raines, who has rushed for 383 yards on 67 carries, an average of 5.7. Again, just like last year, they are probably better than their record indicates, Parker said. They play in perhaps the toughest county in the state. There are a lot of state championship contenders in their area. Those teams arent just district contenders. They arent the stereotype of a team with a 1-4 reability to beat teams. Some of the reason for the losses is simply their youth. But they are more experienced than last year. After the Boone and West Orange games, we (the coaches) believe the players understand who they are playing and their state of mind. Reggie Brown is now the featured back for the Mustangs. He missed the game against West Orange, but returned against Boone. He ran the ball only seven times, gaining 45 yards and scoring a touchdown. However, that is an average of 6.43 yards and, of course, a touchdown is always a critical play. Parker also said at the top of the list of what changed in the running game between the games against the West Orange Warriors and Boone Braves was the speed brought by Brown. Even though Ryan Watson and Richard Scott are two on many occasions have simply dragged defenses and pushed piles forward to change Browns presence makes them more effective. W ith Brown in the lineup, defenses cant key entirely on stopping the power rushing of Watson and Scott. They have to be prepared to defend against Browns speed on every play. As a team, the Mustangs rushed for 286 yards on 47 carries against the Braves, an average of 6.09 yards per carry. Quarterback Bart Bell got loose for a 71-yard rush which set up the Mustangs third touchdown. Even without that rush the Mustangs still averaged 4.68 yards. The underlying reason why Wekivas rushing attack was so successful in controltion was its ability to keep the chains moving and that was made possible because they consistently put themselves in third-and-short positions. The offense gained at least three yards on almost every rush by sending its running back between the tackles and that left it at most with third and four. The team earned a tomost so far this season. Obviously we had a great night last year with Omari rushing for over 300 yards and we would love to do it again, Parker said. But we are much more oriented towards running back by committee this year. Sometimes, that is more effective as the defense cant key all its efforts on one ball carrier. We feel a lot better about the second half of the season now that weve gone through the lessons learned and meshing process. We learned from the West Orange game. We were so invested in the Dr. Phillips game we had nothing left to be prepared for the district opener, especially emotionally. Now the players have the opportunity to make sure it doesnt happen against George Jenkins and let it affect what we can do in the district.The Apopka High School girls tennis team was recognized September 21 for having the highest grade point average for any Class 4A girls tennis team in the state for the 2011-2012 academic year. Team members are, (l-r), tennis coach Jessica Polk, Victoria Adams, serving as Daisy Darter for the AHS football game, Anjali Kapur, Ashima Singh, Rhodessa Penaor, Anita Kapur, and Kelly Jenks, serving as Dewey Darter. Adams and Jenks were also members of the tennis team. Not pictured is Amanda Hicks. State champions in grade point average Wekiva: Eagles play in tough Polk County Continued from page 3B 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-2777 407-886-27778 WEEK SPECIALPay 6 Weeks...get 2 weeks FREE! 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