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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: 11-02-2012
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This week Section A Section B Section CPublic Notices ........ 2A Opinion .............. 4A-5A Lifestyle .................. 6A Worship .................. 8A Bus. Rev. ....... 12A,13A Sports ..................... 1B Kapers .................... 8B Dining & Ent ........... 9B ....... 11B-14B Service Dir. .... 12B,13B Miss Apopka .......... 1C Puzzles ................... 2C ........ 3C-12C Lifestyle Bless AmericaSportsAn Apopka man will turn 100 years old soon. Hes experienced a lot in life. See page 6A. The Apopka Blue Darters won over Edgewater. See page 1B. The Apopka ChiefVolume 90 Number 44 The Apopka Chief The second meeting to discuss the city of Apopka Char ter will be held Thursday, November 8, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Apopka Community Center/ VFW at 519 S. Central Avenue, Apopka. Mayor John H. Land laid down the ground rules for the meetings at an introductory meeting on October 18. The main things to remember are that we are going to go through the Charter line-by-line, that we will consider the number of members on the City Council, and the executive functions of the mayor, Land said. We have agreed to go through each section and see what we want to stay and what we want to change. We will not take it fast but make sure that the process is done right. present agreed that changes were in order and the upcoming meeting will begin the process of going through the Charter from beginning to end. It was also agreed that the Charter review meetings would be on Thursday evenings, they would last one-and-a-half hours one hour to study the Charter and a halfhour to for discussion and questions and answers, and the progress on the Charter would be available for the public view on the citys website. I would ask you all not to make premature conclusions about the Charter at this time until all the study workshops are completed, Land said. A link to the Charter is on the main page of the citys website. For more information, call 407-886-1700 or visit www. apopka.net. By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff An election cycle that includes a contentious presidential campaign and the longest ballot in Orange County history is about to come to an end. Election Day is Tuesday, November 6, with polls open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., but near ly a quarter of Orange County voters had already cast their ballot through Wednesday, October 31, as more than 68,000 people voted early at one of 10 centers throughout the county and another 85,000 had returned their absentee ballots. There are 690,645 registered voters in Orange County. Of the 68,373 early voters, 35,980 have been Democrats, 19,085 Republicans, and 13,308 either no party or another party. The Apopka early-vot voters in the county with 6,817. Of those, 3,344 Democrats have voted early, while 2,310 Republicans have done so, and 1,163 others. Earlier, Bill Cowles, Or ange County supervisor of elections, said he expected somewhere close to a 75 per cent turnout, although it could be a few points lower than that. In 2008, Orange County voters turned out in historic numbers as 77.17 percent cast their ballots with 31 participating in early voting, 25 percent voting absentee, and 44 percent voting on Election Day. Early voting continues today, Friday, November 2, and Saturday, November 3, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day at 10 sites throughout Orange County, including one in Apopka. The local site is the ApopThe annual Apopka Rotary Pancake Supper will be held Friday, November 2, from 5-7 p.m. in the Wekiva High School cafeteria just prior to the football game between the Apopka High Blue Darters and the host Wekiva High Mustangs. The school is located at 2501 N. Hiawassee Rd., Apopka. Tickets to the Rotary clubs annual fundraiser are $7 per per son and are available from any Apopka Rotary Club member or at the door. The supper features all-youcan-eat pancakes and sausage cooked and served by Rotary club members. Proceeds from the fundraiser are used for the Rotary clubs charitable activities throughout the year, including funds given to youth sports organizations, scout groups, and other community or ganizations.By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff The seventh annual Taste of Apopka-Business Expo will be held Thursday, November 8, from 5-8 p.m. at the CenturyLink headquarters at 555 Lake Border Dr. Our celebrity judges are Heather McPherson, food columnist for the Orlando Senti nel; Chef Bruno Fonseca, chef and owner of the 5 Gastronomy food truck; Tom Vann and Daniel Dennis, radio personalities of A Mediocre Time with Tom and Dan (also on Monsters By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff New businesses in Apopka continue to sprout up like mushrooms, thanks to intense construction efforts. According to Jay Davoll, community development director for the city businesses that are in varying degrees of completion in the city. According to Lauren Acosta, a spokeswoman for Aldi, the grocery chain plans to open their new store on 1636 E. Semoran Blvd. in Apopka in early 2013. We can give a lot more information next month as we get closer to the stores completion, she said. Aldi, a discount-grocer, with headquarters in Essen and Muehlheim, Germany, is known for its simplicity and low prices. Aldi opened stores across Central Florida beginning September 2008 and currently operates more than 20 stores in the Or lando area. The RaceTrac gas station currently under construction that is adjacent Thanksgiving. Todd Duplantis, RaceTrac spokesman, said it will feature the same offerings as the new store locat ed on U.S. 441 at Sheeler Road, and the store plans to employ 20 to 25 people at the new location. Its the friendly people at the city and the people of Apopka that makes the difference, Duplantis said. Mayor Land and the entire council are doing their part in supporting development and growth in the state of Flor ida in creating jobs. We are a familyowned U.S. business. Each store employs local people from the Apopka community. We are a neighbor and partner in the community and are proud to be part of the city of Apopka. Tire Kingdom, currently being constructed on U.S. Highway 441 in Apopka in front of Lowes plans a soft opening on Monday, November 5. The addition of this store brings us to 195 stores in Florida and 264 stores in the southeast, said Patrice Kelty, spokeswoman. The store features eight service bays and is equipped to provide a full comple ment of automotive maintenance ser vices and free WiFi. Tire Kingdom has who use state-of-the-art equipment to provide quality service on cars and trucks and offers a nationwide war ranty covered at over 1,330 automotive service centers in more than 40 states. We are excited to become a part of the Apopka community. This growth allows us to be competitive and enables us to provide the community with quality products and ser vices at affordable prices, stated Bill Ihnken, President and COO of TBC Retail Group company-owned division. The team at this location is topnotch, and we appreciate all of their hard work getting the store ready for customers. Tire Kingdom locations are open Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-9 p.m.; Saturday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; and Sunday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. More information about the OReillys Auto Parts, 1301 Rock Springs Road and a Wawa store under construction were not available at press time. Remember that hour of sleep you lost in the spring? Well, its almost time to get it back. Daylight saving time ends this weekend when we move our clocks back one hour Sunday, November 4, at 2 a.m. Most people, of course, will move their clocks back an hour prior to heading to bed on Saturday night, but no matter the logistics, well all get that extra hour of sleep. The time change also means that high school students in our area will have some daylight as they head to class next week and beyond, but the sun will head down just as people are on their way home from work. Enjoy the extra hour of sleep as well lose it again when daylight saving time comes back next year on March 10.City Charter meeting set for November 8 President Barack Obama . speaking to Congress Gov. Mitt Romney . speaking in Apopka People stand outside the Apopka Community Center/ VFW earlier this week, waiting in line during the early-voting period. The center, 519 S. Central Ave., Apopka, is one of 10 such sites around Orange County. Early voting continues today, Friday, November 2, and Saturday, November 3, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Election Day is Tuesday, November 6. For more information about voting, visit www.orange countyvotes.com or call 407-836-2070. Apopkas early-voting site a busy one See ELECTION Page 2ATime change is this weekendNew business construction busy in various areas of Apopka See TASTE Page 3A\ The Debbie Turner Cancer Center of Apopka held an all-day fundraiser Satur day, October 27, with sever al events, including a block party at Beef O Bradys on Rock Springs Road in Apopka. Here, Bob Caldwell (l) and Bobby Scott hold up Theresa Mott as they were having a good time during the block party. The total amount raised is still being added and will be noted in a story in next weeks edition of The Apopka Chief. Pancake supper is hereTaste of Apopka is Nov. 8

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The Apopka ChiefNovember 2, 2012, Page 1B See the story and picture at the top right of the page about the Wekiva High School boys bowling team. The Mustangs not only went undefeated in the regu lar season, but backed that up with a dramatic victory in the District 8 tournament. The district championship carries an automatic berth in the state tournament, which is set for November 7-8 in Orlando. Q. How many times have the Wekiva Mustangs and Apopka Blue Darters met in football? A. The game today, Friday, November 2, at Wekiva will be the sixth meeting between the hometown ri vals. Wekiva opened in 2007 and the teams have ings, but the games have gotten closer through the years with the Darters winning 49-33 last season.SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff For the Apopka Blue Darters, the annual football game against hometown rival Wekiva is important because its a district game. This year, Apopka wants to continue its winning momentum, as the Blue Dartrow and now sport a 6-2 record. For the Mustangs, a victo ry over the Blue Darters would rescue an otherwise dismal season, one in which Wekiva has its lone win over a solid Boone team. In some games, like last weeks eight-point loss to District 8A-4 champ Olympia, the Mustangs have played well, but have fallen just short. Other times, Wekiva has failed to play close to its potential. It will be the sixth battle for the Mayors Cup in the annual Tater Bowl game today, Friday, November 2, at Wekivas Mustang Field. Tickets are $6 and kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. While the Mustangs will victory in the sixth game of the series, a win over the Blue Darters will also do wonders for head coach Ty Parker and his squad. A win against Apopka would be huge, Parker said. It would at least show that we are moving in the right direction. When youre having a season like were having, everybody questions everything. Any victory after winning just once in eight games would be very welcome for the Mustangs. With it being Apopka, that would be even a bigger impact, he said. Thats something thats not lost on Apopka head coach Rick Darlington. To beat us would make their season in every way, he said. I know they will play hard. Asked if he was concerned The Apopka Recreation Department will hold registration November 5-16 for a winter girls ages 6-12. Youth must be 6 years of age by August 1, 2012, and may not have turned 13 prior to August 1, 2012. Practices and games are held at the Northwest Recreation Complex. Games will take place on Saturday mornings during January and February. residents per season and $140 for non-city residents per season which includes a uniform. A $10 application fee is also required. Registration will be available online at Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5p.m. For more information, call 407-703-1784. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff If one wants to survey the whos who of the high school bowling scene in Florida, it should start with District 8, as six of its teams have a tradition of district championships and state championship tournament appearances. And that makes for a district champi onship tournament reminiscent of the great heavyweight boxing bouts during that sports heyday. With that backdrop, a lineage of its top teams slugging it out blow-for-blow like two legendary heavyweights in the squared circle for the district championship and the two avail able berths for the regional rounds of the FHSAA postseason tournament has emerged over the course of the past several years. But it was the 2012 edition which was the one for the ages as from the intensity to the skill level, it had everything a district championship tournament is supposed to be. In the end, displaying the whole gambit of championship traits and characteristics, the Wekiva Mustangs boys bowling team claimed its second district championship the old-fashioned way, by earning it. Averaging more than 215 pins per game for the tournament, Wekiround as it stormed its way through the consoBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff It was the moment Apopka Blue Darters girls volley ball team had worked for and patiently waited for as the program was built piece by piece under Jamie Lillethorups guidance as its coach for the past come as it accomplished the ultimate goal of entering the regional rounds of the FHSAAs postseason tournament as district champion and enjoying the status as a ranked program had been realized while the rest of the state kept an eye on Apopka. However, there was one problem which it couldnt overcome. A problem which seems to be common among high school sports programs. Dr. Phillips (19-8) seems to always be in the same position and, because it is also an Orlando-area school, it also seems to always stand in the way of that long postseason run. And when the ball landed on the ground 9) had fallen to Dr. Phillips once again. This time by a 2521, 25-23, 25-23 score. of the Class 8A Region 1 playoffs ended the most successful season ever for the Blue Darters in girls volleyball. It was what felt like an uncharacteristic end to what was supposed to be the season which announced the Blue Darters had arrived among the states volleyball landscape. While the sets remained close for the most part, it never felt the formula for putting itself in the position to use its strengths and subsequently create those decisive, take-control-of-themoment series of points which often determines the outcome. For whatever reason, the Panthers prevented it from happening during the game. In the big picture, the Panthers have become the hump the Blue Darters have to get over. Ultimately, we lost for the two basic reasons teams lose, Lillethorup said. They took us out of our serve-receive game and, subsequently, we were out of system too much for us to do what we do well. We had to pass the ball off the net, which makes scoring opportunities cult to score because it limits who we can set and how we set that person. The ball has to be hit on more of a vertical angle to get it over the net. When that happens, the hitter doesnt get as many good sets, which then By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff ball game at Edgewater, it looked like a classic contest between the Blue Darters and Eagles, but a pair of Apopka touchgave the Darters a comfortable lead and, as the second half wore on, Edgewater wore down and the Blue Darters took advantage, rolling to a 56-20 victory Thursday, October 25, at Frank Lough Field. as the Blue Darters improved to 6-2 on the season in the non-district, Metro Confer ence contest. The Darters led at halftime, but only 22-14. A 34-6 second-half surge turned a tight game into the second-largest Apopka victory in the series that the Blue Darters lead 14-11. The defense stepped up in the second half, Apopka head coach Rick Darlington said. Theyre a good-looking team, he said about the Eagles. They got tired. They played so many (players) both ways. Turnovers, which were part of Apopkas problems in an earlier loss to Olympia, were again an issue for the Blue Darters, but they were able to overcome them this time. Apopka lost three fumbles and suffered one interception. Once again, Jevric Blocker led the Darters in rushing, gaining 179 yards on 26 carries. And, for the second time this time, all of them were rushing scores. As a team, Apopka rushed 56 times, gaining 346 yards on the ground. The Blue Darters had seven rushing touchdowns with Zack Darlington and Chandler Cox adding one Even though he had no throwing scores, Zack Darlington had a pretty good night passing the ball, hitting 9-of-14 passes for 192 yards. Daquon Isom was his leading receiver, snagging three catches for 70 yards. Meanwhile, Apopkas defense shut down the Edgewater rushing game except for a 33-yard touchdown run, allowing only 55 total rushing yards. The Eagles rushed just 12 times, relying on the pass. J.B. Woodman was 17-of-38 for 186 yards and two touchdowns for Edgewater, but Apopka picked off two of his passes. The Blue Darters may have had a strong second half, but they also took comquarter touchdowns to go up 15-0, while during that time. Apopka drove for a score on the games opening possession, moving 65 yards in eight plays with Blocker scoring on a 10-yard run. He also ran in the 2-point conversion to give the Darters an 8-0 lead The two big plays on the drive were passes from Darlington to Jacob Wittrock, who snared throws of 24 yards and 19 yards. Edgewater put a scare into the Darters early, connecting on a 47-yard pass from fensive play of the game, but the Apopka defense stiffened, eventually ending the drive at the Apopka 45 when Anthony Ellis sacked Woodman for a 10-yard loss on fourth-and-12. Two possessions later, the Darters The Apopka Pop War ner youth football and cheer program will hold a breakfast fundraiser at Beef O Bradys in Apopka Saturday, November 3, from 8-11 a.m. The restaurant is located at 1410 N. Rock Springs Rd., Apopka. The cost is $6 per per son and includes scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, toast, juice and coffee. Tickets may be pur chased in advance by contacting apopkapopwarner@ yahoo.com or by calling 407-745-7760. In addition, the group will hold a car wash from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the same site. Blue Darters, Mustangs will spar in annual gameWho: Apopka Blue Darters (6-2 overall; 2-1 Dist. 8A-4) at Wekiva Mustangs (1-7 overall; 0-3 Dist. 8A-4) When: Fri., Nov. 2, 7:30 p.m. Where: Wekivas Mustang Field Why: Dist. 8A-4, Metro Conference game Cost: $6 at the gate Radio: WBZW-1520AM, www.1520thebiz.com Members of the Wekiva High boys bowling team celebrate their District 8 championship and resulting berth in the state tournament. Shown are, (l-r), front row, Dustin Doggett and Matt Helberg. Back row, Justin Kleier, Aaron Coville, coach Dave Kurtz, Jordan Illges, Ray Repaci, and Austin Kleier.Wekiva High boys bowling team wins district, lands state berthAHS wins girls volleyball district title, falls in regional matchStrong second half leads to 56-20 win over Edgewater for Darters See GAME Page 10B See S T A TE Page 4BYouth league sets breakfast fundraiserAlexis Gosha hits the ball over the net for Apopka, but two Dr. Phillips players are there to defend. T ight end T rey Hendrickson catches a pass from Zack Dar lington. The play gained 45 yards. See VOLLEY Page 6B See APOPKA Page 10B

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 3B Each of our local high school athletic programs can championship of the school year. Apopka Highs girls voltrict crown in the sport in school history, while the Wekichampionship in three years. Unfortunately for the Blue Darters, their season came to sets were close, no more than ry. Nonetheless, it was the best season in the programs history. Next season, the Darters will be without all-everything Denise Belcher, who will soon sign with the University of giate womens volleyball programs in the nation. The future still looks great for the DartLillethorup. Apopka has four four freshmen who will return knows what current eighth for playing time as all four of future is certainly bright for Lillethorups program. Wekivas boys bowling from the Circle Christian team, Christian. Coach Dave Kurtzs state tournament, which will nament in bowling. There will for teams in the state tournathe team competitions, there ing teams. Congratulations to both Apopka next week with a state championship trophy. Last week For the Wekiva football the Mustangs can compete with the better teams in the have the talent to go toe-to-toe trict champion by one score have the wherewithal to compete against most teams But, the Mustangs havent straight since that victory. wasnt the worst thing that point of the season, although those two teams because those In the Homecoming game easy 22-point victory. The Mustangs win at win at Boone, but lose to East Consistency, or the lack of it, has been the problem for Wekiva this season. For Apopka, consistency hasnt been a problem, except the ball over three times, but Lake Brantley that actually are really a passing team. 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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 4B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff After the Wekiva Mustangs game against Olympia Thursday, October 25, Wekiva football coach Ty Parker said how his team plays depends on which team shows up. And it is hard to argue with that statement as his team forced Olympia to play its best game to not only win the individual battle by a 30-22 score, but to clinch the District 8A-4 championship. Olympia clinched the 2012 district crown with the victory, because it now has a 3-0 record with one game remaining in district play. Tonight, we gave it our best effort and when we do that, we can play with anybody, Parker said. When we give our best effort, we give our selves an opportunity to win. Tonight is proof of that. We played our game tonight because we gave it our best effort. We controlled the clock and the pace of the game for most of it. That is how teams win games, but against Olympia, it is even more so. We made our share of mistakes, but we still managed to stay close and give our selves an opportunity to win. The difference was a couple of mis-executed plays. Unfortunately, that has haunted us all season and even though we improved, it still did. Keeping the ball away from the Titans offense and the benefactor of a handful of plays in which good fortune occurred, the Mustangs (1-7) took a 10-7 lead into the third quar ter. However, as Parker stated, the Titans are the team that opponents are always wary of exploding, no mat ter the score, and they did, racking up 23 consecutive points in a span of 9:28 of the second half. A furious rally by the Mustangs cut the lead to 3022 and gave hope that playing its conservative the-best-defense-is-a-goodoffense game, it could still pull off a monumental upset. pia was anything but the explosive, high-powered, athletic team that has made opponents gasp for air, the Titans took the lead for good on a 46yard rushing touchdown by quarter back Alex Gomez with 3:03 left in the third quarter. Although the touchdown was a spectacular, jab-hook-like combinawhich made the score possible in the their second possession of the second half on their 10-yard line following a 65-yard punt off the foot of Wekivas Bart Bell. With standout running back John Armstrong rushing the ball on tangs then committed a pass interfer ence and unsportsmanlike penalties to move the ball to the 46-yard line. With its regular quarterback, Deondre Francis, missing another game due to injury, Gomez started and took about three-quarters of the snaps dur ing the game. Gomezs position is listed as athlete on the roster and on this particular play, Olympia decided to go to that ability and it came at the worst time for Wekiva. A designed quarterback draw, Gomez ran up to the line of scrimmage behind the tackles. Patiently waiting for the blocks to develop, he slid to his left on a slight forward angle as he changed his pace several times. Continuing to run past the line, the blocking of the Titans offensive line devel oped and as Gomez was running to his left, the Mustangs line was sealed off. After gaining three yards, he made a stop-and-go, hop-skip move, freezing the two remaining defenders, creating a lane which he could run through on an angle. He beat the rest of the defense into and through it, turning upoutstretched arms of the several remaining Mustangs players into the end zone. Anything a team could do Olympia coach Bob Head said. They took advantage of it. We dug ourselves a hole. They made us pay for it during behind. They almost made us pay for it altogether. We had to do some soul searching during halftime and answer By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff A stellar performance by the Wekiva High boys bowling team and the heart of the champion was celebrated last Wednesday, October 30, when the District 8 championship tournament meet was over. But as satisfying as it was, it wasnt all there was to celebrate as the girls team also made program history. tory, a member of the girls team will be a part of the state cham pionship tournament. After just missing advancing to the state championship tournament meet last season, senior Emily Harris did it this nal attempt. She rolled a three-game series of 535 pins to advance. Her individual game scores were 184, 211 and 140. The two bowlers with the highest scores for a threegame series who are not a part of the teams competing for the team competition at the state cham pionship tournament meet advance to the individual compe tition at the state championship tournament meet. Harris score placed her fourth overall. However, two of the bowlers ahead of her in the individual standings are mem bers of the West Orange team. West Orange won the champi onship and, as such, the team advanced to the state champi onship meet, which eliminat ed the two bowlers from the moved Harris up to second. West Orange defeated Ocoee in The Knights also advanced to the team competition at the state championship tournament as the other district champion As a team, the Wekiva girls also had a banner day. Although it did not advance past the preliminary round, it made things interesting for a while as the District 8 tournament. A score of 2,057 pins was recorded by Wekiva during the preliminary round. It consisted of scores of 727, 724 and 606 for the three games. The Knights took the fer position, outdistancing the Mustangs by 326 points. Even apart and the odds were against the Mustangs, it was still in contention to advance after the surprise. Mustangs fall to Olympia after holding halftime leadReggie Brown runs behind the block of Jemal Taylor. Wekiva led 10-7 at half, but Olympia used a strong third period to gain the victory. Harrislation bracket and then answered every one of Circle Christians repeated trict advances to the state championship meet. While this years team accomplished the rare feat of an undefeated record and it got more than its share of attention as a top squad in the sport, it was realized within the context of it preparing the team for a long always the district championship and the ultimate goal is the state championship. Each accomplishment prepares the team for the next and bigger one. second in the state. But with an undefeated regular season record now backed up by a district championship, which is arguably the best in the state, this team might not only be the best, but it might just be that once in a generation which other champions are measured against. Going undefeated during the regular season made it a possibility. Winning the district championship puts the team on the brink of that kind of status as it is now enters the state championship meet as one of the handful of teams to keep an eye on The undefeated season didnt go to the players heads, Kurtz said. We were driven to do it in the context of it backing up a district championship, not the other way. We set out to win the district championship and to contend for the state champi onship. Going undefeated was the accomplishment which prepared us for the ultimate goal. The players continued to buckle down and do the things which make for an undefeated record because they are the same which win championships and that is the big picture. Without the support of the school, the athletic department, the administration, the parents, our friends and Brunswick Wekiva Lanes, none of our accomplishments would have happened. We are so grateful for it. It is a tremendous asset and makes a huge difference. This years tournament was held at Brunswick Wekiva Lanes and hosted by Apopka High School. It is the home facility of Wekiva and Ocoee, as well. The tournament consists of two rounds. The preliminary round is a total pin format. Five bowlers make up each teams line-up. Each throws a 10-frame game. The total of each bowler is added together and that is of each are added together for a grand total. The four teams with the highest nation one, Baker rules format among the four teams. Once a team has lost twice it is eliminated from the tournament. When Baker rules are being use, each bowler throws one frame in succession. Hence, each bowler rolls two frames for his or her team during each game. Using its regular lineup of Austin Kleier, Dustin Doggett, Matt Helberg, Ray Rapachi and Justin Kleier, Wekiva recorded a total of 937 pins for its sitions in the standings. However, in place. Wekiva responded, picking up the pace with scores of 1,043 and 977, which moved the team up to third with a total of 2,937 pins. Trinity Prep knocked over 3,117 pins. They were followed by Circle Christian which tallied 3,060 pins. Winter Park earned fort of 2,830 pins. As the number three seed, WekiChristian would not yield and capto the winners bracket. Wekiva tallied at least 200 pins in every game of the match. Circle Christian scored at least 220. Nonetheless, the loss dropped Wekiva into the consolation bracket and it was joined by Winter Park. I told the players it (losing) doesnt mean a thing, Kurtz said. We had been there before and knew what to do. Many years ago, when I was a child and learning how to bowl, an old pro told me a bowler is only as good as the next shot. That was the situation we were in. All that mattered at that point was what we did from then on. We couldnt lose again. It was one shot a time, which is as simple as it gets, even if it is a cliche. cause we bowled badly. They (Circle Christian) just bowled really well. So we also felt good about being able to keep winning and come through the losers bracket. The team remained calm, focused and enjoyed the moment like I told them to in relation to being there before. The Mustangs defeated Winter Park in four games. The loss eliminat ed the Wildcats. In the meantime, Circle Christian defeated Trinity Prep to clinch a berth The loss dropped the Saints into the consolation bracket and a meet ing with the Mustangs. With one loss each, the loser was eliminated while the winner advanced to the championship meet. The Mustangs won handily, in three sets. And so after committing the slight bobble earlier against Circle Christian, Wekiva got its opportunity to right the wrong. But it was not ment which had been an intensely dramatic and gripping spectacle of bowling prowess became even more so by another couple of levels during the Because the Mustangs had lost one match, they had to defeat the Eagles twice. It looked like Circle Christian would win the crown as it led the enCircle Christian held a 29-point lead time the teams met. Wekiva had bowled well, but Circle Christian was even better. However, Justin Kleier nailed three consecutive strikes during the 10th frame and the Wekiva faithful exploded as their team seized a 211210 victory. With the victory, the story changed to the opposite. The Eagles bowled well, but the Mustangs were doing things which happen once a 193-171 and 236-156 victories. Dur ing the second game, the Mustangs failed to mark only once as they threw third game, the Mustangs were even hotter, totaling seven strikes and four spares. So, after about seven hours, the championship came down to one besttomorrow scenario, the teams didnt maintain the level that had been. It rose to as high as possible and the combinations of punches which staggered the teams back and forth were ble. wasnt above 200 and that was a 195 above 220. Five of the scores were above 230. And three cleared the 260pin mark. Combined, the teams threw 120 frames. The teams combined to mark in 110 of them. Circle Christian averaged a score of 225.6. Wekiva countered with an average of 240 pins. series with a show of force, winning by a 267-234 score. The Mustangs knocked down 10 strikes to best the opponents nine. The series was tied at one game apiece as Wekiva had a bad game of 195. Circle Christian tallied 204 pins. Wekiva failed to mark in three of the frames, the most in any game during the whole tournament. It offset the advantage it had in strikes of 7 to 6. Cir cle Christian marked in every frame. After smarting from Justin Kleiers three consecutive strikes which gles returned the favor with just as much drama as game two ended with a 224-223 count. Sean Wilcox was the hero as he nailed the three consecutive out the victory. More importantly, it put the Eagles one game away from the championship. The difference was Mustangs did not mark, scoring eight pins and leaving the door open for Wilcoxs heroics. Facing elimination for the second time, Wekiva roared back and answered the challenge with a vengeance in the form of its highest score of the day. And it was required as Wekiva needed to best a total of 264 pins. It did so with a total of 280 pins. In that game, the teams failed to mark in one frame and that was nine pins by Circle Christian on the last throw of the game. Wekiva scored a spare dur ing the second frame. But a strike was rambled off in every other frame. Cir cle Christian scored one more spare, in the fourth and sixth frames and the nine pins in the 10th. Finally, the difference was six strikes during the last seven frames The strikes gave the Mustangs a 235202 victory. Once again, Justin Kleier closed out the game with another tour de force of three consecutive strikes out distanced the Eagles by a 9-6 count in strikes. The Mustangs failed to mark in only one frame. Two frames ended with the Eagles not marking. The two teams bowled as well as two teams can bowl in any match or tournament, Kurtz said. The scores were as high and the intensity was as strong as Ive ever seen in any match as a bowler myself or coach. It was two great teams going at it back and forth. Neither gave any quarter and each made the other answer its best. We pushed them. They pushed us. That is always the case when we play, but it was at another level today. Both teams put on a performance worthy of a championship match, saving the best for last. And the atmosphere was also worthy of it being a championship. The teams could really feel the electricity and energy they were creating with their sensational performances. It was an honor to compete against Circle Chris tian. Mike Howells teams are always the epitome of high level of bowling while displaying sportsmanship. Today, we got a little bit of luck, too. Wekiva failed to knock down at least 200 pins in only two games while playing under Baker rules and the average for each individual during the preliminary round was 195.8 per game. We won because of the experience and maturity, Kurtz said. It was something I could see between us and the other teams. It was subtle, but over the course of a tournament like this one in which teams are bowling so many games, it adds up. The result in what was going on on the lanes was we paid attention to the mistakes we made and corrected them. Most of the adjustments were being made before I said anything. The theme was we could win because we were focused on using our experience and matu rity to our advantage. We didnt get worked up, which often leads to mistakes or the inability to correct them. In the heat of the moment, that is hard to incorporate into strategy. We accept we can bowl our best and still lose. When teams arent doing that, they get worked up and lose their focus on what they should be doing. They are focused on what they are doing wrong so they wont lose, instead of focusing on what they are doing well and need to do to win. They agonize over things they have no control over anymore. Because my team has accepted it, it went about its business. It was a very workmanlike per formance as far as keeping focused. It didnt get caught up in the moment. It threw the shots it had to when it had to. Continued from page 1BState: Final round vs. Circle Christian came down to events last gameWekiva High girls bowler lands individual slot in state tournament See WEKIVA Page 7B

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 6B makes them work harder and takes away what makes them most comfortable. In any sport, when players are in comfortable positions and the better it is, the more likely he or she is going to score. The other reason was basic volleyball. We made too many mistakes and too many mistakes equals losing, regardless of the opponent. There is an old saying, when the opponent is making mistakes, dont interrupt it. Perennial postseason participants seem to always understand the concept. It is an intentional part of how they approach the game. They feed off the mistakes and it is even more so during the postseason. It isnt a coincidence Dr. Phillips has a tradition of postseason success and it does that. The Blue Darters committed 32 errors, 19 of which were unforced. The number of errors has become a broken record for the Blue Darters against the have ended for the Blue Darters at the hands of the Panthers during the postseason and in each loss, the number of errors was just as comparatively high. The two teams were in the same district until two seasons ago. Last seaberth in the regional rounds of the FHSAA postseason tournament as the districts runner-up. They faced the three fairly uncompetitive sets. When we played Olympia in the our B, B+ game, Lillethorup said. We committed several big errors, but the number was low enough we could still win. Tonight, we played our C or C+ game, starting with the mistakes. Dr. Phillips is one of those teams that an opponent has to play its A game to beat them, especially in the playoffs. We were good enough to beat Olympia with a B game, but it wouldnt have beaten Dr. Phillips in the playoffs, let alone our C game, and again, that starts with the errors and mistakes. They played their A game. We committed way too many errors. Every time we earned a point or two and someone made a great play, we wouldnt follow it up. We would build some excitement and ener gy, which is so important in volley ball and then lose it on the next play, which is why we were never able to put together that string of points. When we were leading 21-19 during to the wrong hitter. In volleyball, basic strategy is to go to the hot player. We didnt and the hitter who got the set wasnt expecting it. Nor was the team, so we lost the point. That was a threepoint swing. We went from being up by three to only one and, of course, for them, which took them to match point. two points of the game on a kill by Denise Belcher and then an ace by Kacie Miller. However, that would be the high point of the match for the Blue Darters as Dr. Phillips scored six consecutive points and eight of the next nine. From the third point of the run, the Blue Darters were playing from behind. Trailing by as many as nine points cut the lead to give the team an oppor tunity to win. It cut the lead to three points at 24-21. But Dr. Phillips was too close to 25 to feel its lead was uncomfortable. The second set began with the The Blue Darters rallied once again to tie the game at 9-9. But then, the Panthers scored three consecutive points. The Blue Darters eventually scored four consecutive points to tie the game at 23-23. On the next play, Belcher attempted a kill from the middle of the an inch behind the back line. Then, Dr. Phillips Hannah Schaible tapped the ball over the net on the right side, placing it just outside the reach of a diving Nicole Dominguez while it landed just inside the sideline. The third set was tied at 16, 18 and 19 when Apopka scored the two points and took a 21-19 lead. Schaible returned the attempted shot Lilletho rup was referring to and scored the point for Dr. Phillips as the ball landed in the middle of the defense. We knew we had to come out and set the tone early, Dr. Phillips coach Lindsey Carter said. They are a very strong team and they turn a point or two into that long run which puts the game away, even the champi onship teams. Their bench is also very vocal and it helps them score points. With that combination, they are a hard team to come from behind against. It was the focus during our preparation for the match and the players did even better than we had hoped as far as keeping their poise in this atmosphere after we set the tone. We are also motivated by the loss to Boone (its district championmouth and we have wanted that second opportunity since that match ended. We played our A game tonight. We emphasized serving aggressively because we wanted to take them out of system and, in particular, the serve-receive part of their game. They werent able to use the kind of swings they usually do and that was the reason we hits. Our percentage in the serve-receive game was good and usually the team with it wins. We also were focused on containing Belcher, which we did. While Belcher scored points as she usually does, she also was off as she hit several returns out of bounds. A loss doesnt occur because of one player and that was the case tonight, Lillethorup said. But when the face is off, the rest of the team usually follows suit and we were a lit tle off tonight. I look at tonights loss more as a part of the journey than it being the end of a season and us being knocked out of the playoffs. Every year, we have progressed a little district champion and we now believe we can beat Dr. Phillips. We took the court with the intention to win tonight. Every year, we have set a new standard and then came back hungry to set it higher. This off-season we will work on having a more balanced group of experienced players, which is what we now need to do to re-set the standard. The sharing of responsibilities needs to be shared more. With the group of players we have coming back playing the way they did this year, we have already begun to do that. And there is a lot of room to grow because of our freshmen class. I am most proud that the team didnt lay an egg like it has over the last few years against Dr. Phillips. When a team is setting the standard every year, that feeling of laying an egg to intending to win occurs. With everything we did this year and where we ended the season as district champion, we will win the regionals next year. Continued from page 1BVolley: Blue Darters need to play their A game against Dr. Phillips Nicole Dominguez (l) and Camry Halm lunge for a ball during the regional quarternal loss to Dr. Phillips. Haley Day (l) and Kacie Miller (r) show their excitement after Dr. Phillips called a timeout following an Apopka run. Lindsay Sabiston serves the ball for the Blue Darters during the match against Dr. Phillips. Apopka coach Jamie Lillethorup talks to junior Haley Day after she comes out of the game. Senior Denise Belcher prepares to serve the ball during her nal match as a Blue Darter. As Kacie Miller (7) hits the ball over the net, Jennifer Chester (13) watches during Apopkas ve-set victory over the Olympia Titans during the district tournament at West Orange High School. Caitlyn Jackson sets the ball for the Blue Darters as Alexis Gosha looks on..

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 7B the adversity during the second half. We held them to a threegame and then muffed the punt. We had another one which was because we committed a peners teams are always good. They are much better than 1-7 indicates. The 46-yard rushing touchdown by Gomez ignited us. They were loading the box us to rush the ball up the middle, which we like to do. We thought we could get a ballcarrier some space and change how we were using our rushing game if we ran a reverse. The ball was away from our quar terback, whom they were loading the box downhill for. They were keying on what he did, running it himself or handing it off. Defensively, they controlled the game with their running game. They beat us up with the rushing game and then scored on a fade, so we stacked our safeties over the top. After Gomezs touchdown, the Mustangs were held to a three-and-out which ended with an interception by Rufus Mosley and the Titans struck again in the same fashion. Exwas the follow-up series of punches to the body only 2:01 nation caused the Mustangs to stumble into the corner. Armstrong lined up as the quarter back. Gomez lined up as a wide receiver on the right side of the line. Another player listed as athlete, Joe Gallagher, lined up as the running back. Armstrong took the snap and handed the ball off to Gallagher as he ran in front of the quarterback. The ball was then tossed to Gomez as he ran behind Armstrong on the right side of the line. Gomez threw the ball to the left side of the had lined up as a wide receiver. The defense and in particular, the secondary, was complete ly fooled as Macon ran straight a couple of seconds for the pass to come to him at the 14. The score was upped to 24-10 on a 21-yard Justin Ford the result of more self-destruction by Wekiva. It was held to a three-and-out on the possession following the third Olympia touchdown. Forced into a punt, the snap went over the punters head and the ball was Yet another three-and-out followed. This time, Olympia took over possession of the ball at the Mustangs 37. With 5:35 left in the game, the knockout was delivered. Dexter Williams scored on a 15-yard endaround rush. The score turned out to be the difference. Wekiva cut the lead to its ing touchdown by Ryan Watson with 4:09 left and then Bart Bells 24 yard score on the ground with 2:57 left. Watsons touchdown ended the possession following then successfully attempted an onside kickoff. The Titans gained possession of the ball on another attempted onside kickoff. It punted the ball back to the Mustangs with 41 seconds left. However, there was too little time for the Mustangs to move the ball into scoring range. Four plays later, the Mustangs threw an incomplete pass and there appeared to be two seconds left in the game. But, the referees ruled the clock ran out and the game was over. However, the Mustangs would have had to move the ball 60 yards to score and then successfully convert a two-point conversion to send the game into overtime. Wekiva received the opening kickoff and was held to a three-and-out, but Mosley dropped the punt as he attempt ed to catch it at Olympias 45. Eight plays later, Bell threw an over-the-shoulder pass to Damoun Patterson along the left sideline of the end zone which was caught for an eightyard touchdown pass and a 7-0 Wekiva lead. The Titans tied the game at 7-7 as Williams scored on an eight-yard rushing touchdown score was also the result of a fumble, as the Titans scored on the next play. Wekiva answered and retook the lead on James Var ed the ensuing possession and began at Wekiva 15 as the offense drove the ball 70 yards on 13 plays. But Wekiva couldnt handle the prosperity, so to speak, as it stopped Olympia and all it had to do was run out the remaining 1:10 to take a lead into halftime. However, the Mustangs fumbled the ball at their own 15. They survived when Ford missed a 32-yard I dont know of a more Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde team, Parker said. We are proud of the team for its effort and for in a position to still win. We have always known it has it in them to play and compete with anybody, including the best. Winning is a different story and, again, the difference was we mis-executed on a few more plays than they did. And that means we need to get more consistent. Olympia Wekiva First downs 10 14 Rushes-yards 40-242 40-129 Passing yards 54 47 Com-Att-Int 2-5-0 5-15-1 Fumbles-lost 3-1 3-3 Penalties-yards 5-40 8-65 Olympia 7 0 14 9 30 Wekiva 7 3 0 12 22 W-Patterson 8 pass from Bell (Varble kick), 6:29 1st; O-Williams 8 run (Ford kick), 2:06 1st; W-Varble 32 FG, 4:54 2nd; O-Gomez 46 run (Ford kick), 3:03 3rd; O-Macon 46 pass from Gomez (Ford kick), 1:02 3rd; O-Ford 21 FG, 10:21 4th; OWilliams 22 run (kick failed), 5:35 4th; W-Watson 39 run (2 pt. try failed), 4:09 4th; W-Brown 4 run (kick failed), 2:57 4th. Individual statistics Rushing: Olympia-Williams 1397, 2TD; Armstrong 18-61; Gomez 9-84, 1TD. Wekiva-Watson 9-70, 1TD; Brown 17-62; Scott 8-23; Bell 4-19, 1TD; Team 2-(-45). Passing: Olympia-Gomez 2-5-0, 54, 1TD. Wekiva-Bell 5-15-1, 47, 1TD. Receiving: Olympia-Macon 1-46, 1TD; Armstrong 1-8. Wekiva-Patterson 2-43, 1TD; Dillard 2-41; Rutz 1-13; Continued from page 4BWekiva: Mustangs scored two late touchdowns, but couldnt get the third Blue Darters overwhelm Edgewater for 56-20 victoryWekiva head coach Ty Parker makes his point literally to the game ofcials during the loss to Olympia. Richard Scott runs out of the shoestring tackle attempt of an Olympia defender on his way to a big gain. Running back Jevric Blocker leaps into the end zone for one of his ve rushing touchdowns against Edgewater. Running back Jevric Blocker leaps into the end zone for one of his ve rushing touchdowns against Edgewater. Apopka defensive players Eric Jackson (l) and Robert Thomas listen to the coaches during the Blue Darters 56-20 victory over the Edgewater Eagles. Quarterback Zack Darlington res the ball down eld. He passed for 192 yards in the victory over the Eagles. Head coach Rick Darlington talks to Jevric Blocker before sending him onto the eld.

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 8BThis weeks recipes are from the Apopka Historical Societys Preserving the Big Potato: A Collection of Potato Recipes. Along with the books primary theme of potato recipes, in honor of this towns name and big lake (the word Apopka in the language of this areas native inhabitants means Big Potato), the creators of this outstanding cookbook additionally included a large section with sweet potato recipes. For all of us sweet potato fans, that is a great bonus for which we are most thankful. With Thanksgiving less than three weeks away, the sweet potato recipes below may provide some new and interesting ideas to start thinking about for that major holidays tables. The historical societys cookbook committee has it all covered from pioneer days pone to puddings, pies, cakes, casseroles and much more, all concocted from the sweet potato. Choose and save one of the recipes for Thanksgiving and give another a try much sooner. In mixing bowl, beat together sweet potatoes, eggs, milk, 1 stick margarine, sugar and vanilla. Pour into baking dish. garine and pecans. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes. Mix all ingredients together and put in greased 9 inch round pan. Cook in moderate oven for 1 hour, stirring occasionally until browned. Serve with lemon sauce or whipped cream. Slice apples and yams and arrange in buttered casserole in alternate layers, sprinkling each layer with sugar, salt and bits of butter and cinnamon. Cover and bake in 350 degree oven about 45 minutes. Serves 6. toes Combine dry ingredients and set aside. Combine remaining ingredients; ingredients are moistened. (Dough will be soft.) surface and knead 4 or 5 times, adding cut with a biscuit cutter. Bake on greased baking sheet at 425 degrees for 15 minutes until lightly browned. Recipe yields ten biscuits. 1 teaspoon salt Blend together the mashed sweet potatoes and melted butter. Dissolve the mashed potatoes. Add egg, salt and sugar; blend together. greased bowl and cover. Allow to rise for 2 hours. Place on board, roll to desired thickness and cut in shapes desired. Brush tops of rolls with melted butter or oleo. Place on greased cookie sheet and allow to rise 1 hour. Bake at 425 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes. Yield: 30 medium size rolls. toes. Beat in eggs. Mix sugar, milk, spices, and butter together and add to potatoes. Bake at 400 degrees for 50-60 minutes. Blend sugar and oil. Add egg yolks and beat well. Add hot water. Sift dry ingredients together and add to mixture. Beat well. Stir in sweet potatoes, nuts, and whites. Place in 9 inch layer cake pans. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes. Combine all ingredients except coconut and nuts. Cook 12 minutes, stirring constantly. Add coconut and nuts. Beat until spreading consistency. Peel boiled potatoes and slice in layers into a deep baking dish. Add to each layer ginger, pecans and butter or oleo. Heat milk and sugar in top of double boiler; do not boil. Stir two beaten eggs into the hot mixture. Pour mixture over potatoes in baking dish and cover with lattice strips of rich pastry. Sprinkle pastry top with sugar and dot with butter. Bake at 325 degrees about 30 to 40 minutes or until the top is a crusty golden brown. Serves about 8 to 10. tatoes medium speed until well blended; spoon into pie shell. Bake at 425 degrees for 3545 minutes or until knife inserted halfway between center and edge of pie comes out clean. Cool before serving. Concoct various dishes with these sweet potato recipes SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3Harvest Time Yard Sale : Center of Faith Church invites the public to their Harvest Time Yard Sale, Cookout, Games and Activities day. Starting at 8:30 a.m., at 700 Vick Rd., Apopka. For information, call 407-464-9375 or visit www.centeroffaithchurch.com. Ninth Annual Lakes and Hills Garden Club Garden Tour: 10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m., and November 4th, from 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m., at the Mount Dora Area Chamber of Commerce, 341 N. Alexander St., Mount Dora. This rare opportunity will allow visitors to enjoy the distinctive private gardens. For information, call 352-383-4613 or the Mount Dora Chamber at 352-3832165.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4Beginning Racewalking Program: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-8864231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., at The First Baptist Church of Apopka. Activities include Bible study, craft time, and singing for ages 5 years through 5th grade. For more information, call First Baptist at 407-886-2628.MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Beginning Racewalking Program: 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. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds 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. Toastmasters: 7:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m., 180 E Main St., Apopka, in the **Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce building. For more information, call 407-880-3855 or 407-880-9595 or visit www.Apopkatoastmasters.org .TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6Walk and Talk: 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at Magnolia Park. Call 407886-4231 for more information. Watercolor Painting Class: SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City of Apopka Fran Carlton Center. Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Apopka Garden Club Meeting: 10:00 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Apopka. For information, contact Sharon at 407-889-2628. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: the month at 12:00 noon, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. GFWC Apopka Womans Club Board Meeting: 5:00 p.m. at the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce. Please RSVP to 407-8892872. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for nonmembers. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www. aaog.tv.WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonsupport organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407-886-1147. Crafts & Chatter and Board Games: 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. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. Come and join the fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-703-1631 for information. Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: At 10:15 a.m., lasts approximately 15 min. every Wed. For infants birth to 18 months, OCLS North Orange Branch.* Toddler Time: At 10:45 a.m., every Wed., Especially for children ages 18 to 36 months and lasts approximately 20 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Storybook Fun for Your Little One: At 11:15 a.m. every Wed. Recommended for children ages and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.*City Council Meeting: 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 407-703-1704. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central in Apopka Call 407-880-0335 for information. Taste of Apopka: 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m., at the Apopka-Business Expo at 555 Lake Border Dr., Apopka. Cost of tickets are $20 in advance, or $25 the day of the event. Tickets are available at the Chamber or at the door. For information, call 407886-1441. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. at Porkies BBQ, 256 E. Main St., Apopka. Every Thursday night will feature drawings, prizes, trophies and just plain showing off. For information, call 407-880-3351 or 407-814-9678. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for nonmembers. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www. aaog.tv. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784.UPCOMING EVENTS Fall Mineral, Gem and Bead Show: November 9th, from 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m., and November 10, at 10:00 a.m., at the Orange County Fairgrounds, 4603 W. Colonial Dr., Orlando. Vendors will be selling beads, minerals, gems, custom jewelry, fossils, artifacts and more. There will be door prizes by the hour, a silent auction, demonstrations, and family activities. For information, visit www.cfmgs.org. Bear Lake United Methodist Church Bazaar: November 10, from 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., at 1010 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, call 321-972-6047. Free to Breathe Run/Walk: Saturday, November 10, registration and check-ins will start at 7:00 a.m., the run/walk will start around 8:30 a.m., at Moss Park, 12901 Moss Park Rd., Orlando. For more information, to register or donate, visit www.FreetoBreathe.org/orlando. The Tenth Street Church of Christ Community Outreach & Health Fair: Saturday, November 10, from 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., at the Tenth Street Church of Christ, 157 W. Tenth St., Apopka. There will be free screenings for blood sugar, blood pressure, HIV testing, immunizations, blood donations and more! For information call Jackie Odei at 407-272-0139. Fall Owl Fest: The Avian Reconditioning Center will hold its seventh annual Fall Owl Fest, from 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., at 323 W. Lester Rd., Apopka. The family-friendly event will feature live music, nature exhibits, a kid zone which will feature a bounce house, face painting, crafts and prizes, course, owls! Admission is free. For information, call 407-461-1056 or visit www.arc4raptors.org. Apopka Christmas Parade: Foliage Sertoma Club of Apopka will hold the 36th annual Parade on December 8, from 10:00 a.m. noon. For information about the parade, call Deviese at 407-886-4331. Kiwanis Club Meeting: Meetings will be held every fourth Tuesday, at 6:00 p.m., for dinner or 6:30 p.m., for the meeting only, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. For more information, contact Stuart Harris at 407-889-5305; 591 N. Park Ave., #996, Apopka. Club of Orlando: Meetings will be held every third Tuesday of each month starting in September through May, from 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m., at the Elks Club, 12 N. Primrose Dr., Orlando. Active duty wives are also welcome to attend. For information contact Marty Harrison at 407-886-1922 or Ellen Paul at 407-696-4809. Ministry offers Free Meal : The Open Heart Kitchen presented by the Gold Years Senior Ministry of St. Paul AME Church, will offer a free meal held on the third Monday of each month. From noon to 4:00 p.m., at 1012 S. Park Ave., Apopka. For information, call 407-889-4464. Saturday Night Cruise: Held the last Saturday of every month, from 5:00 9:00 p.m., at Roc City Diner, in the Wekiva Riverwalk Plaza. Music by Laurie, Queen of the Hop! Open to all makes and models, 10% off Cruiser meals, great food, shopping, 50/50, prizes and surprises!ONGOING EVENTSAfter-School Youth Program : The New Journey Youth Center program for youth, ages 12-19, that will offer tutoring in academics, art, music, began Tuesday, September 4, from 1:00 6:00 p.m., at John H. Bridges Community Center, Bldg. A, 445 W. 13th Street. 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. Utility Bill Payment Assistance : 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. Personal Wellness & Management Coach offering Free Camp: 6:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m., every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Kit Land Nelson Park. Call Jennifer, 407-948-5603 for details. Bridge Games and Classes: Every Monday and Friday morning at 9:15 a.m., at the Lake County Duplicate Bridge Club, 510 W. Key Ave., Eustis. Learn or play the most popular and talked about card game in the world. Newcomers are always welcome. For more serious and experienced players, games are held Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons at 1:15 p.m. For more information, call 352-3159934 or visit lakeduplicate.com. Seniors Meals on Wheels: is looking for volunteer drivers. The routes are open Monday through Friday, each route taking about an hour. Anyone who can give an hour once a week, please call 407-615-8982. Hospital Health Course Offered : The Living Healthy Program at Florida Hospital Apopka designed to help those with chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and more. Call 407-625-7048 to learn more about free chronic disease self-management courses. Free Educational Hands-On Programs: The Orange County Fire Rescue Department offers free programs such as CPR, citizens preventive health care presentations, and several other programs and services. They can be taught in English or Spanish. For information or a complete list, call 407-8369081 or email OCFRD_PubEd@ Zellwood Garden Club: Members continue to collect old cell phones for the Sheriffs Department. Call 407-886-5023 for pick up. Ministry Collecting Toys: Extended Hand Outreach, a 501(c)3 that assists local charities with provisions, is currently collecting toys for Christmas in September. In October, the charity offers the opportunity to adopt a family for the holidays. The organization is also collecting travel-sized hygeine products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, to give For more information, call 800962-2622. Computer Classes in both English and Spanish: Available daily or weekly at OCLS North Orange Branch.* Classes are: Computer Basics, Excel, Word Resume Writing, Email for Seniors, ELLIS English Lab, Word, Online Job Searches, Power Point, Internet, Open Lab, How to use a mouse and keyboard, etc. Call OCLS North Orange Branch* for more details. Habitat Volunteers: Sign up to month of November! Go to www. habitat-apopka.volunteerhub.com and register for event. If you are new, register by clicking on the right, and sign up for Covenant Place. We need help hanging doors, installing trim, prep for painting, painting, landscaping, and cleaning for occupancy! To volunteer in the Apopka Habitats Re-Store, call 407-8808881 or 407-696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. The Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, bereavement organization to meet 7 p.m., Apopka Assembly of God, 951 N. Park Avenue, Apopka. Meetings will be held on third Thursday of month, at same time and location and will usually last 60-90 minutes. For info, call 407-209-9980, or email rie.averybayer@aol.com.************Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce, 180 E. Main St., Apopka. For more info, call 407-886-1441. *(OCLS) Orange County Public Library North Orange Branch Address: 1211 E. Semoran Boulevard, Apopka 436 (Semoran) and Thompson Road. www.ocls.info. To reserve a space, call 407-835-7323.Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or email ads@theapopkachief.com.To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, call 407-886-2777. or Visit the Web site at www.theapopkachief.com. $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county) CANCELLED HAPPY THANKSGIVING!Belly Dance Classes : 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.Tennis Programs : 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 GFWC Apopka Womans Club General Meeting: 7:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church. Please RSVP to 407889-2872. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with notice. For info., call City Clerk 407-703-1704.Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with notice. For info., call City Clerk 407-703-1704.City Council Meeting: 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. GFWC Apopka Womans Club Board Meeting: 5:00 p.m. at the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce. Please RSVP to 407-889-2872. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with notice. For info., call City Clerk 407-703-1704.Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: 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!Balling For Jesus: 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Play basketball at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Bobby Scott at 407-247-5553 or email jadamone@aol.com. Ministry Needs Personal-sized Hygiene items: Extended Hand Outreach, a nonstoves, a bike and a window air conditioning unit, for those in need. They are also collecting travel-sized 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 800-962-2622, email extendedhandapopka@gmail.com or visit www.facebook.com/extendedhandoutreach.City Council Meeting: 8:00 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.

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 9B consistent basis throughout the game. er of a game, Apopka has been ries. For the season, Apopka is numbers in any season, but passing threat Apopka has this season, it creates a tough scethe season for Wekivas seniors will come against a tough foe, hometown rival Apopka. For Apopka, the issue is sical effort by the Blue Dartif either team goes into this game without a high level of intensity. I really think the early part of the game will go a long way have a fourth-quarter game or half. Early big plays from takes by Wekiva, might make this for an ugly one. But, if the Mustangs give the Blue Dartto move the ball with some consistency so they can keep just a few plays late in the game. this game easily, but I think the Mustangs will keep it close for a while. The Blue Darters will ally win going away, much The score will be Apopka Continued from page 3B The Apopka Blue Darters boys basketball at Apopka High. giveaways.Basketball team plans preseason eventPEP: Darters average 303 rushing per gameWith ve Apopka High School baseball players on the team, the Orlando Baseball Academy travel team won the inaugural Prospect Wire Underclass Fall National Championship Sunday, October 28, at the Vero Beach Sports Complex, the former spring training home of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Players shown and their high schools are, (l-r), front row, Carlos Arroyo, Lake Brantley; Nate Sterijevski, East Ridge; Kyle Wiseman, Eustis; Jacob Southern, Apopka; Jack Shenton, Winter Park; Jordan Hicks, Apopka; Bobby Ornes, East Ridge; and Michael Bulmer, Winter Park. 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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 10B about his players taking Wekiva lightly due to its 1-7 record, Darlington didnt think it would happen. I dont know if they know the record, he said about his players. I just know every year, the games gotten closer. Yes, it has. no senior class and no chance against the Blue Darters in a game played in a driving rainstorm. Even though the Mustangs returned the opening kickoff deep into Apopka ter ritory, they managed just a score in a 57-3 Apopka romp. The second game was a contest until the third quarter when the Darters eventually pulled away from the Mustangs to record a high-scoring 65-28 victory. Apopka controlled the third game in the series, recording a second-straight 37-point win, although it was much lower scoring at 43-6. Two years ago, it was a solid Apopka victory, but the 35-14 win wasnt near as comfortable. Then, last season, the Mustangs kept the Blue Darters very uneasy before falling 49-33. That 16-point differ games and 38 points better than The problem for Wekiva this season is that the Apopka streak, averaging 53 points per outing during that stretch. That is one thing Rick (Darlington) is great at, Parker said. Hes got a great offensive mind. He will put you defensively in a position where you may be able to defend one thing, but are you able to defend all things? This year, hes also added a spread element, which his son (quarterback Zack Darlington) allows him that ability. Being able to go four wide challenges you defensively. There are so many nuances to his rush game. Now, hes actually got a pass game. Defensively, weve got to know where that fullback or blocking back is going. Its the little details were going to make sure we do. We have to make sure we eliminate those mistakes. We have to focus on ourselves. If we eliminate our mistakes, were better off with a chance to win. Throughout the current hot streak, the Blue Darters have run the spread offense and the single wing, opposite offenses in philosophy, but both have been productive for Apopka. Early this season, they ran a offense. In addition, they have sprinkled in the I-formation. I think weve got a good game plan, just a mix of stuff, Darlington said. He was complimentary of the Mustangs. They are a good-looking team. Any team that runs the option is dangerous. They beat Boone and scored 22 on Olympia (a team that beat Apopka 38-17). You have to play assignment football against the option, Darlington said. Darlington said he expects to see a familiar defense when the Darters have the ball. It looks like theyre (Wekiva) trying to play exactly what we are playing here (defensively). They are playing good tech nique. Theyre coached up pretty good and theyre aggressive in the secondary. Keeping the Apopka offense from getting into the end zone is much easier said than done, so it may come down to how well Wekivas offense moves the ball and the chains. Long, time-consuming drives that end in scores will be Wekivas best shot at pulling the upset because it will keep ApopWe have to have a fouryard-a-play mentality, Parker said about his offense. The key is the offense getting four yards a pop. Sooner or later, something will pop (for a long gain). We have to give it time, it will kick in. the season, the Tater Bowl contest will be Senior Night for the Mustangs with the pre-game festivities set to begin at 7 p.m. Continued from page 1Bupped their led to 15-0 when they drove 76 yards, scoring on a 30-yard run by Darlington, who found himself with plenty of room on an option play. His 19-yard pass to Cox and an 18-yarder to Isom helped the Blue Darters go the distance Wilson added the extra point, Apopka led 15-0 with 1:08 left in the opening period. turnovers, however, came on a muffed punt return for the second week in a row. Early in the second period with the Blue Darters leading 15-0, the Apopka defense forced the Eagles into a three-and-out, but the punt was fumbled and two plays later, Edgewater was on the board with Arthur Browns end-around 33-yard run. Apopka maintained a two-score lead at 15-6 when the extra point was no good. Edgewater picked off Dar lingtons next pass attempt, but the Apopka defense responded as Woodman couldnt connect on three straight passes. The Blue Darters responded with a scoring drive this time, marching 74 yards in seven plays. Just like a lot of the game, it Apopka was called for holding sion and Edgewater was called for defensive pass interference and a personal foul. Blocker ended the possession with a seven-yard scoring run. Wilsons extra point gave the Darters a 22-6 lead with 6:18 left until halftime. gether a long drive, moving 83 yards for a touchdown, most of it on Woodmans arm, inhis scoring pass to Waynedriko Smith. Woodmans pass to Keith Dilley on the 2-point conversion pulled the Eagles to within 22-14. The turning point of the onds of the third quarter when the Blue Darters converted two Edgewater turnovers into touchdowns. play of the second half when Johnny Robinson recovered an Edgewater fumble. Two plays later, Blocker found his way into the end zone on a 29-yard run. Wilsons extra point built Apopkas lead to 29-14. Edgewater pretty much lost any chance it had for winning the game on the next play after the ensuing kickoff as J.J. Simmons was in perfect position to pick off a tipped pass and he scampered 23 yards for the touchdown. After Wilson nailed the extra point, the Darters led 36-14 with 9:51 still remaining in the third period. The Eagles did respond, driving 80 yards for a score when Woodman hit Tim Miller on a 27-yard pass with 6:25 left in the third. Apopka still led 3620 after the 2-point conversion try failed. The teams exchanged punts and the Blue Darters got their offense in gear again, marching 41 yards for another Blocker score, this one on a three-yard run. Wilson gave the Darters a 43-20 lead with 1:00 left in the third quarter. The big play of the drive was a 21-yard screen pass from Darlington to Isom. Simmons second inter ception of the game gave the ball back to the Darters and Apopka drove 76 yards in just six plays with Blocker scoring on a second straight three-yard run. Darlington hit tight end Trey Hendrickson for a 45-yard gain to move the Darters deep into Edgewater territory. Wilsons extra point gave the Darters a 50-20 lead with 10:04 still in the game. With Apopka doing little more than running the ball up the middle from its single-wing offense, the Blue Darters drove 94 yards to end the game with Cox scoring on an 11-yard run with just 26 seconds left. The clock ran out and no extra point was attempted. Apopka Edge. First downs 27 14 Rushes-yards 56-346 12-55 Passing yards 192 186 Com-Att-Int 9-14-1 17-38-2 Fumbles-lost 4-3 1-1 Penalties-yards 12-120 4-53 Apopka 15 7 21 13 56 Edgewater 0 14 6 0 20 Ap-Blocker 10 run (Blocker run), 7:44 1st; Ap-Darlington 30 run (Wilson kick), 1:08 1st; E-Brown 33 run (kick failed), 10:57 2nd; Ap-Blocker 7 run (Wilson kick), 6:18 2nd; E-W. Smith 20 pass from Woodman (Dilley pass from Woodman), 4:42 2nd; Ap-Blocker 29 run (Wilson kick), 9:58 3rd; Ap-Simmons 23 intercep tion return (Wilson kick), 9:51 3rd; E-Miller 27 pass from Woodman (pass failed), 6:25 3rd; Ap-Blocker 3 run (Wilson kick), 1:00 3rd; ApBlocker 3 run (Wilson kick), 10:04 4th; Ap-Cox 11 run (no attempt), :26 4th. Individual statistics Rushing: Apopka-Blocker 26-179, 5TD; Darlingon 11-77, 1TD; Cox 8-57, 1TD; Isom 10-44; Team 1-(11). Edgewater-Brown 1-33, 1TD; Clark 7-22; Woodman 3-0; Team 1-0. Passing: Apopka-Darlington 9-14-1, 192; Blocker 0-1-0, 0; Team 0-1-0, 0. Edgewater-Woodman 17-38-2, 186, 2TD. Receiving: Apopka-Isom 3-70; Hendrickson 1-45; Wittrock 2-43; Cox 2-33; Blocker 1-1. Edgewater-Mill er 5-98, 1TD; W. Smith-4-44, 1TD; Dilley 3-19; Clark 2-12; Bell 1-7; D. Smith 2-6. A-600 Continued from page 1BHello Folks, We have had some week, dont you think? With the storm goin up the coast and the wind blowin like crazy last weekend, it was hard to get on the wind was still blowin earlier this week and it looks like we are goin to have some windy days ahead of us, includin the upcomin weekend. Please keep your family and friends in the northeast in your thoughts and prayers over the next few days. They have been hit hard by Sandy. good up until the storm started to churn up the lakes and the rivers in our area. I know of one angler who got on the water Friday before the storm nothin to brag about but he did catch a few bass. Its goin to take a few days for everythin to get settled down, but once it The specks are bitin a lit tle early this year and folks are havin a blast catchin em. Captain Joe has been gettin some excellent reports in our area on specks. Lake Monroe has been really hot. Once the wind settles down, get ya some minners and jigs, and head to the lake. You need to use a brightly colored jig like, pink, orange, lemon or ange, or chartreuse. You need to tip em with a minner and you keep your jig close to the bottom. You can also catch some nice specks in Lake Dorr in the Ocala Forest. The lake level has come up with the rain we had last week, so gettin in and out of the ramp is a lot easier now. You need to drift the middle of the lake with jigs tipped with a minner, too. You can use the same colored jigs I mentioned before or try a gold ice jig, or the red rooster. The red rooster is a gold ice jig with a red head. Tip it with a minner and you are good to go. If you go to the Har smaller lakes like Lake Carlton. Most of the specks are in the middle of the lake. If you have a little wind, try driftin across the middle of the lake with jigs tipped with a minner. You should be able to catch some bass in the St. Johns Rivfeeder creeks, or watchin for the bass to feed on the bait pods movin up and down the river. You can catch em on Rat-LTraps, and top-water baits that make a lot of noise. Well thats it for this week. I hope the wind settles down a little and you get a chance to get on the water and catch some See ya next week. Tip of the week: drift the middle. Save a few and good luck! The Apopka High School baseball program will hold its annual golf tournament Satur day November 3, to raise funds for the 2013 AHS baseball season. The tournament will be held at Black Bear Golf Club in Eustis, and will have a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Lunch will be provided after the golf round. The price of a foursome for the golf tournament is $300 or $75 per person. A silent auction will be held for various items and golf hole sponsorships are $100 each. For more information on the golf tournament, contact Apopka head baseball coach Eric Lassiter by email at wil liam.lassiter@ocps.net or Steve Schwarze at steven.schwarze@ ocps.net. Beef O Bradys of Apopka will host an Apopka High School Special Olympics Night Monday, November 12, from 4-10 p.m. Proceeds from the event will help the Apopka High School Special Olympics program in its upcoming trip to participate in the Florida Special Olympics Fall Classic State Softball Tournament November 16-18 at ESPNs Wide World of Sports at the Walt Disney World Resort.Game: Contest is Senior Night for about 20 Wekiva High School seniorsApopka: Two turnovers early in the third quarter led to two quick AHS touchdowns Wind has been blowing heavily over the past several days in Central FloridaWekivas Lea Campopiano controls the ball Monday, October 29, during the Mustangs season opener against the Freedom Patriots. The Mustangs fell 9-1 to the Patriots, but rebounded Wednesday, October 31, in a District 5A-5 game against Ocoee, defeating the Knights, 8-0. Campopiano, a sophomore, had three goals and four assists in the victory. Goalkeeper Cynthia Lugo recorded the shutout. The Mustangs played at Ev ans Thursday, November 1, past press time. Wekiva will travel to Lake Brantley Monday, November 5, before hosting Olympia Wednesday, November 7, and traveling to Boone Thursday, November 8. Mustangs open regular season By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff For the Apopka High boys bowling team, the 2012 season matched the description its coach gave when the season started. When the team entered the season with a completely new lineup, coach John Hauser described his team as one opponents might be able to defeat, but they would still need to bring their top game for it to happen. And with a couple of breaks Apopka might even contend for the District 8 championship. The Blue Darters recorded an 11-5 record, defeating every team with a lesser record, but falling to all on the schedule with a higher winning percentage. Its season ended the same four contending for the district championship, Apopka came up 35 pins short of advancing to which was held Tuesday, October 30, at Brunswick Wekiva Lanes in Apopka. Fourteen teams make up the district. The nal round from the preliminary round. The preliminary round was a total pin format. Each of The scores were then added together. After three games were bowled, the totals of each wasnt quite good enough as Winter Park ad2,830, which put Apopka at the top of the list of teams not considered to be among the highest caliber. The top seed was captured by Trinity Prep which tallied 3,117 pins. Circle Christian and Wekiva followed with totals of 3,060 and 2,937, respectively. Playing a double-elimina claimed the 2012 championship, defeating Cir The failure to advance past the preliminary result of the team losing all of its regular starters for the last two years due to graduation. The Apopka girls team totaled 1,747 pins, which placed them 10th. Coached by Todd Hauser, (Johns son) and with three players in the lineup who were freshmen, the Blue Darters faced a rebuilding season. It is expected to make a big improvement in both its record and showing at the district championship tournament next year. season with 11-5 overall recordApopka High School baseball team will hold fundraising golf tournamentBeefs will host Special Olympics Night

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 11B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff A new dawn is nothing new for the Wekiva High boys soccer program as it has had multiple coaches during its relatively short history. However, this new dawn has begun with the program instantly gaining credibility as it has started with a man whose life has been soccer. The founder and director of the Complete Soccer Academy in Apopka, John Cassidy was hired during the off-season to take over the program. I am very excited about taking over the program and what it offers, Cassidy said. There are a lot of resources which are available toward turning Wekiva into a strong program with tradition, starting with the support and the athletic departments willingness to work together. Personally, I decided to apply and accept the position because it is the right time in my life to get back into coaching high school. I want to stay and build something which will make this school and its athletic department feel like it can be proud of and is pointed to as a standard for athletic tradition. As a coach who comes from the club/youth developmental ranks, he sees building a winning program about developing talent which is prosion-style game as a team. He has won with the philosophy of the best defense is a good brought the emphasis of winning is important, but playing well is crucial as he begins the task of developing that character and style for the program. Or in other words, if a team is playing its best and does the little things which playing its style requires, the winning will take care of itself. The coaches will be relying on senior Luis Medina and junior Cody Vankerschaever to provide the centerpiece of its methodology and how it goes about the business of winning. We can do a lot of different things and play a lot of different styles, Cassidy said. which sets up teammates and opens up lanes for those teamopen space, which comes from a great soccer vision. But their biggest assets, as far as building a winning program, are off work ethic and as good as they are, they are still willing to put the time and effort it takes to continue to improve. They have a great attitude and learn from their mistakes. Of course, all of those traits are common in all great players, because no matter how good a player is, he still has to develop the talent and that comes from a willingness to practice. When the other players see that, they want to keep up. If our centerpieces can continue to do those things and push themselves to continue to get better, then the other players certainly can, too. This is a group that gets along with each other to begin with, but having them as our centerpiece really we are more likely to be successful. It is no secret or something unusual that winning teams have a strong chemistry. The team will use a 5-3-2 formation/style (defense-midseason. The 5-3-2 lends itself to teams which have a lot of playtime. Because it is based on play. It doesnt require players to overlap and cover each others positions. It also, and more importantly, is used for a team which tral components of the best-defense-is-a-good-offense style. This formation/style has three central defenders (possibly with one acting as a sweeper.) The 5-3-2 relies heavily on the wingbacks providing width for the team. The two wide fullbacks act as wingbacks. It along the full length of the pitch, supporting both the denumber indicates, it is focused on defense and scoring by trapping the opponents players in the defensive zone which creates odd-man rushes during counterattacks. As far as the kind of opportunity coaching Wekiva is, I took the position because there is a lot of good talent in this area and at the school, Cassidy said. There is just too much of it here for this program to not win. And there is the component of an eagerness to learn as much as possible, which is a part of players being coachable. That goes back to what I said about Luis and Cody. They set the tone, but that eagerness and coachability in general is already here. The inner desire that pushes a player is already there. They are receptive to us coaching them and the team follows it. But they need some guidance in how to do it and the players look to Luis and Cody as the example of how to do it in a way which makes the team better. That is something which sometimes isnt thought about. But, as a coach, it is something we place an emphasis on. It is one of those behind-the-scenes elements which make a big difference in how the team plays, and between winning and losing. Again, a player or a team can have great talent and skill, but it has to be developed and that is where we coaches come in. It is our job to guide the players towards developing team to use that to its utmost. At an early age, Cassidy developed a passion for soccer and several adult mentors encouraged it. After his college days, his passion and his appreciation for his mentors led to him co-founding the Complete Soccer Academy as a training facility for youth soccer players. After several years of training soccer players in New York, he founded the academys second branch in Apopka and Apopka FC, the academys playing club. He has also served as a high school coach during his career, leaving it about 15 years ago. Although Cassidy is the man in the forefront as the head coach, the new dawn also brings another coach who has been involved in soccer and, in particular, the club/developmental ranks. That man is Carlos Osorio. He has been Cassidys long-time assistant and brings another 25 years of experience to Wekiva. He also played professionally in Columbias highest skilled league. John Andrews, who coached the junior varsity team last year, returns in the same position. Carlos and I have known each other and coached together a long time, Cassidy said. We have been so successful and worked together for so long because we have the same vision and approach the game the same way. That is also a great example for the players. We come from different backgrounds, but have made it work with success and championships because of our belief in each other and respect for each other. When those exist, it makes it possible to do what we have done together. I also want to thank Brian Charboneau (Wekiva girls soccer coach). He has been a great help and because of him, we started ahead of where a team with a new coaching staff usually does. We were able to get into our strategy and learning to execute our style right away. That is a big part of what I was referring to when I talked about the whole community and athletic department being supportive of everyone and programs. There is a feeling at Wekiva that when one team wins, all the programs are successful and everyone takes pride in all of the athletic accomplishments. The season begins Tuesday, November 6, against Bishop Moore on the road. District 5A-5 games are against Apopka, Ocoee, Olympia, Dr. Phillips, West Orange, and Gateway. The team will also participate in the Ocoee tournament of 2013.Wekiva High boys soccer team enters season with new coach A golf tournament to benity in Seminole County and Greater Apopka will be Saturday, November 3, at 8:30 a.m. at Errol Estates Golf Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. Registration is from 7-8 a.m. The event will feature a four-person scramble with shotgun start. 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r fntb f ffrr r r ffr f fff ttr f r f ff rr f ffffr rrrfntbnnb b rfnb n r t t b nb b n bn n bt r f r f b br f n r rb b n bnb rr t t t bn nb nn tt bnb b t n btnn bn nn t n b tnb tn nn t t tb b bn nn n r b b r nnn b b bntn tn bn nb b tn bn t rf r n t tnbr bnb tt n n ttb n t rrfr n r r f rn tbn r t t t f tt ttf trttr r n br f br b b bb bbr nr n t t rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb nt bf btb rf btb tb tf nbt t tt nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nrbt nb fntff nf nb t b b n f b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tnrtbbb t r t t r f r r ft f r t f r n bf bf f r r nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb bf t f bf t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bf b t b rfr rt f b n nt bf bnt b f fb tf n b nb b tt rb n n bt n nbf b n t nf nt b b fnt b nb b ft b nb tt n n nbt b nfbnb t b f t r tbnb rfb tbfnbt nb fb fnt tr rb fnt fn bt tb nbf bnt t n ff b b f t nft f nf n nb b b n fnb nf rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn rn br r f rn tbn t f r tt r t t f ff t r tt tt f t tttr r n f b b f bb bbr n n t t rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f fnt rt b fn f t ntb nt bf rn nt n f tbf nf t tf nbt t nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nrbt nb fntff nf nb t b b n f b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tnrtbbb b r f b br tb b b b b bb r r b b b b r bn n nn bf bf f r f r nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb bf t f bf t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bf b t b rfr rt f b n nt bf bnt b f fb tf n b nb b tt rb n n bt n nbf b n t nf nt b b fnt b nb b ft b nb tt n n nbt b nfbnb t b f t r tbnb rfb tbfnbt nb fb fnt tr rb fnt fn bt tb nbf bnt t n ff b b f t nft f nf n nb b b n fnb nf rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn rn br r frntbb tt r r rr r ff rf n r tbfr f n tn n r n rf f bf f r ntbbtt n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf r b rbfb rf r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r r rf nf nn nrf rn nn r nf n nn bf b n r n bf rb tbfr f nb rb f f f n f r b n b nr r r n b 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 brrr r b r n n bf rf nf tnbr rbbf tr rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r nntbn bbn r f n tbrr b b n b b b ft rtn b r b r nrtn n t n r n b b b br b n bn bb r bbn t t rfnftb tb nfb nf t t b tb tftbtfb nf t f tb b b tn f f ft f b tb tb fb t b fn tb tbt fn rtb tn fn n n fn t tnn f tn nn n tb tb fntb b t b fn t t b t t rtb b t t b tb n tn bn nnt b t btbn t t b tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tf b t tb t n t b t b n r r tn n b nt ft bt fb b n n b b bn b bb n n n b r b b b n b r nn bt n f n tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt b t tb tbn ntn rnbn ntn bb nrt t tbn rtrt b n r b nf bt f bntb t tb bf f tb t rb b t tb nb tn r r b tb rt t t n t t t fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt fnrrt bn r f ntb n n n n nn f n rn n n n f n nn n nn nnr n t n tt t t t t t n t t t t t t n n rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f f nt rtb fn f t ntb nt nf t n bn rnf tf n bt t fbn bf t bfnbt b t n tt f tfn fnt fbn nt n fn b nb nt nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nr bt nb fntf f nf nb t b b n f b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tn rtb b b t n t t t t tt t t t t t b n b tt t nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb bf t f bf t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bf b t b rfr rt f b n nt bf bnt b f fb tf n b nb b tt rb n n bt n nbf b n t nf nt b b fnt b nb b ft b nb tt n n nbt b nfbnb t b f t r tbnb rfb tbfnbt nb fb fnt tr rb fnt fn bt tb nbf bnt t n ff b b f t nft f nf n nb b b n fnb nf bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn rn t r f rn tbn t f r tt r t f t f f t ft r t tt t t ff ttf trtt r r n n r b r bb b bbrnr n t t rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb nt n rfbt nb rtb nbt t nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nrbt nb fntff nf nb t b b n f b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tnrtbbb b r bbr b b b b b bb r r b b b r bn bf bf br br nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb bf t f bf t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bf b t b rfr rt f b n nt bf bnt b f fb tf n b nb b tt rb n n bt n nbf b n t nf nt b b fnt b nb b ft b nb tt n n nbt b nfbnb t b f t r tbnb rfb tbfnbt nb fb fnt tr rb fnt fn bt tb nbf bnt t n ff b b f t nft f nf n nb b b n fnb nf rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn rn br r f ntb n n f n nr n r r n f n nn n n t n n rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb nt tfn tf ffb nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nr bt nb fntf f nf nb t b b n f b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tn rtb b b rn r n r f bf bf t t nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb bf t f bf t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bf b t b rfr rt f b n nt bf bnt b f fb tf n b nb b tt rb n n bt n nbf b n t nf nt b b fnt b nb b ft b nb tt n n nbt b nfbnb t b f t r tbnb rfb tbfnbt nb fb fnt tr rb fnt fn bt tb nbf bnt t n ff b b f t nft f nf n nb b b n fnb nf rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn rn t r f rn tbn t tr nnr t t ft t r nr tt trttr r n bb br n t t rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb nt ttf n nt fnt fnf nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nrbt nb fntff nf nb t b b n f b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tnrtbbb b r b r b b b b bb r b b b b rbn bf bf r br nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb bf t f bf t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bf b t b rfr rt f b n nt bf bnt b f fb tf n b nb b tt rb n n bt n nbf b n t nf nt b b fnt b nb b ft b nb tt n n nbt b nfbnb t b f t r tbnb rfb tbfnbt nb fb fnt tr rb fnt fn bt tb nbf bnt t n ff b b f t nft f nf n nb b b n fnb nf rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn rn br r f ntb b t t t t t t t n b t t t t t t t t n n rfnftb tb nfb nf t ffn n tb t ft bt fb nf t f t tb b b tn f f ft f b tb tb fb t b fn tb tbt fn rtb tn fn n n b f f tb fn n nn t tnn f tn n tb tb t tb tb t r bn nnt b b t btbn t t b tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tf b t tb t n t b t b n r r tn n b nt ft bt fb r r n rn n r f n t tbb tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt b t tb tbn ntn rnbn ntn bb t nrt t tbn rtrt b n r b nf bt f bntb t tb bf f tb t rb b t tb nb tn r r b tb rt t t n t t t fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt fnrrt tbbb r fntb b f ffrr r f f r f f r f fff br f ff ff rr f ffffr f f rfntbb nf n rn nn f f rfntbb nf n rn nn b b r b r f ffr r r f f btbtr f r f r f f n bf rr rb rfr b ff n f b b nt nrf nfr f nf b n b rfftt r b nn nfrn rrnrr n r r frntbb ttn r r rr r ff rf n r tbfr f n tn n r n rf f bf f r ntbb ttn 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 rf nf nn nrf rn nn r nf n nn bf b n r n bf rb tbfr f nb r b f f f n f r b n b nr r r n t b 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 brrr r b r n n bf rf nf tnbr rbbf tr rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r nntbn bbb r f rn tbn t t r t t t rtt r tt tt f tr r n b n nr r t r r b b b b b r t b b bbb bb bbrnr n t t rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f f nt rtb fn f t ntb nt tbt fb f nb fntt bt n bnt n btn nbt rf f f bnt fn nt nt nt ntn tb f tf nbt t nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nrbt nb fntff nf nb t b b n f b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tnrtbbb b r b br b b b b bb r b b b b b rbn bf bf bbr br nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb bf t f bf t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bf b t b rfr rt f b n nt bf bnt b f fb tf n b nb b tt rb n n bt n nbf b n t nf nt b b fnt b nb b ft b nb tt n n nbt b nfbnb t b f t r tbnb rfb tbfnbt nb fb fnt tr rb fnt fn bt tb nbf bnt t n ff b b f t nft f nf n nb b b n fnb nf rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn rn br rfntbn tbtbt rrr f f f f f rr rf n r tbfr f ntn n r b ntbn rf f bf r f ntbntbtbt n nf n n bf bbr b b bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f rbfb f r frf rf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf bnrr f f r r nf nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrfnb bn r b r r b r r r r r r r r rf b n b nr r r n tr nnn 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 n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn n btfn tnbrrn rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r nntbn bbt r fntb f fr r f r r r f f r f f f f fffr fr ffr f f f ff r f fffr f fffffr ff f r f r r r ntb tnt r rr r r r r r nb tntb rr r r fr f r fr b b r r b f fb b b b rrfr b r r f r b r r rrfb rr rf rr b nn b r t f rr b tntb r f rr r r r f rb br f r r f br r f r f r r f r fr r rb r r r r fr r r f f r r rr r f fr b r r f r f r r f r rr r rrtbtnt r b nt rff f r b r r b nn r b r rr rrbt rrr rtn nt rrf rt b r f rn tbn t tr nnr t t ft t tt n t r t t r tt ttf tr r n bb b r n t t rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rbtntffntrtb fn f t ntb nt bf f t nt fbrf n nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nrbt nb fntff nf nb t b b n f b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tnrtbbb b r b b tb br b b b b bb r r b b b b rbn bf bf b f b b r br nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb bf t f bf t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bf b t b rfr rt f b n nt bf bnt b f fb tf n b nb b tt rb n n bt n nbf b n t nf nt b b fnt b nb b ft b nb tt n n nbt b nfbnb t b f t r tbnb rfb tbfnbt nb fb fnt tr rb fnt fn bt tb nbf bnt t n ff b b f t nft f nf n nb b b n fnb nf bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn rn br rfntbb nnnb b b b r r r t n r f f n t r b r nff r f r r f r fr r rfrf rnff t r b b r t t b r r r r r r r r r f r r n r t n f r r r rnr r n n r f r r r nr fn n r rf f t f rf fr n r r nr r fn n r r f r nr r nf ff r nr r fn f f n r t frnr t tb t fr f r f fr r r ff r r ff nr ff nr r f nt tt rfntbb tt r r rr f f r f f rr rf n r tbfr f ntn n r n ntbn rf f bf r f ntbbtt n nf n n bf bbr b b bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f rbfb f frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r r f f r r nf nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfr f nb nt n r r r r r t nn r r b n b nr r r n rr nt n f nf rbbf rf bf bf f n n n r b rf n rf n nf r n r n b ff r rb bbf brrr r b r n n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn n btfn tnbrrn rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r nntbn bb

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rfntbn ttnt rrr f f r ff f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r n ntbn rf f bf r f ntbnttnt n nf n n bf bbr b b bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f rbfb r f frf rf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r r f f r r nf nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfr f nb n bt r t bn r r f r r f b n b nr r r n nb nnn 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 n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn n btfn tnbrrn rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r nntbn bb rfnttbb b b b b rr rr r f f n t r b r nff r f r r f r fr r rfrf rnff t b r r t t r b r r b r r r f r r n n f r r r rnr r n n r f r r r nr fn n r rf f t f rf fr n r r nr r fn n r r f r nr r nf ff r nr r fn f f n r b t frnr t tb t fr f r f fr r r ff r r ff nr ff nr r f nt tt rfntbn ttb r r rr f f fr f f rr rf n r tbfr f ntn n r n ntbn rf f bf r f ntbnttb n b b n n bf bbr bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f b rbfb rf f frf rf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf bnrr f f r r nf nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrfnb f nb f b r r r r t nn r r t n r r r f b n b nr r r n bn nb n f nf rbbf rf bf bf f n n n r b rf n rf n nf r n r n b ff r rb bbf brrr r b r n n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn n btfn tnbrrn rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r nntbn bbb r f n tb b f tf f f t tf f ff f t f t rf ntbf rn ff rf t b b f t r b r b r t bf f r f f f bf r ft f fbbt t b b t rb f tt t b bfbb rfntbb tbt f f f f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r n rf f bf n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf bf n nf nbrbnf f b rbfb rf rr r f nr fnf r rr ff b frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r nfb r bffbf r nf b r r nrf rn n n nf nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfr f nb b r 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 n bf rf nf tnbr rbbf tr rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r nntbn bbt r f n tb b n f tf f f t tn n f ff f f tn n f t rf ntbf rn ff rf t t r b r t f f n f f f f nf r ft bbb f fbbt t b b t rb f tt t b bfbb b r f rn tbn r nnr t t ff tt t r ff tt trttr r n b b b b b tr nr b b b tbbr r b bbbt n t t rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb nt n nt nbfn fbnbf tbfn bt b t n tt ftbfbnrbt t n nf tn ffnbt nt nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nr bt nb fntf f nf nb t b b n f b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tn rtb b b b b tb b b tb b tb r b tbr r b b b b r r tb b b b b b r b rbn nf tb nbt r f bf bf b r br nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb bf t f bf t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bf b t b rfr rt f b n nt bf bnt b f fb tf n b nb b tt rb n n bt n nbf b n t nf nt b b fnt b nb b ft b nb tt n n nbt b nfbnb t b f t r tbnb rfb tbfnbt nb fb fnt tr rb fnt fn bt tb nbf bnt t n ff b b f t nft f nf n nb b b n fnb nf rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn rn br r fntb b f ffr rf b r fb f ff r ff f ff ff f f f r f f f ff ff rfnt b f tt t t t f tt b b r ft r r b b t ttr t b f tt ttr t b f tt f f rfnrtbrfn n rf r n r t r rf ff tr tr n tf r t r b b r n tb rf nt r tr nrf rf n r t tb t r tr rf tt n rf tb n b rf rf rf r btnrfr n rf t tb tr rf t nr rf t n t rf tr f t r r rr rft b rrb r t r b r rf t n r tttr t rr r b t tb r rftb b r b b b b r tr t n tf r b r rft r r n rf r n rf tf t tt rf t n f b rft tr n r b rffr b b trb r b f t tnrn n rtfrt tfffn ttbt tb rfntbn tt f f f f f f r rrf r f f n t r b r nff r f r r f r fr r rfrf rnff b r r n r r b r r r r f r r n b nn f r r r rnr r n n r f r r r nr fn n r rf f t t f rf fr n r r nr r fn n r r f r nr r nfffr nr r fn f f n r t frnr t tb t fr f r f fr r r ff r r ff nr ff nr r nntbn bntn rrf ntb ff f rf ff fff n t ttn ff f r r f nttbrtntn r r ff r f r f f f f f r r r fr f f nttr r r nttr f r r r b t b btt f f r f f f t rr r n ntn fn 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 btt r f ntb n rtt nn rr nn r tt f n rrn fn n rnn t nt nnn nn nt nn nnn n f t nn rf n rf tb bbf n bn b rb trbt rft bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf brf rft fr r b b bbftrf b b n b n b n b b ttbnrnf r r nrfbb brn bnb n b nnf tbbt nb r b n f rt r fr tbf f rft bf rb f nf ntrn r nn t t b nnt t n t trr tfb bnb n tr n nb rbb ntrrn n fbnrf bnfnrtb bnf bnrb r f ntb f n fn t rfrnt tb n f f bf n rt b bf brf nt nrnf n tf n b b t f rt brft b t t rn f rt n bf fn brt bfn f rf bfn bn f t nt n b t n n bn n brtbft bbf b ntb n b f b n bftn tf b tfntb tnf tnt t f b brft tb t t n t f bf n tf b n nt bfnff nbf b b nt n ntf b nrnf t bb f f bft t bft n f f bfnrttbt f f f f tf f r f n f f f n f f f t n f f f f t b f f fn nt f bnf brt bfn t n b tb f f btt nnf tn f b ttbf bfnt tf f bnrt tnrf n b n f b rfntbn bb f f f f rrf r f f n t r b r nff r f r r f r fr r rfrf rnff r r b r r b r bn b r f r r f r r n bnt r nn f r r r rnr r n n r f r r r nr fn n r rf f t t f rf fr n r r nr r fn n r r f r nr r nf ff r nr r fn f f n r t frnr r r bb t fr f r f fr r r ff r r ff nr ff nr r nntbn bb r fnfttfbnt t r t t r nf r t rf n t rr bt r b n n b f r bb bb b b n n r b b r b n r n t n r r bf n f r rr n t ft n tt r n t nf rtr n rrf nf t n f t r nf fnfr rbt t nn n br t tr ftt b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b bb b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b bb b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b bb b b b b b b bb b bb b b b b b b b b b b bb b bb ffnf nn rfntbtt bt frfff f rr b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r rrt r f rt f r rr fr nt br n tr r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt b r r t r r b r r t r t n r t r r r r t rr t r r r r r t f br bnn rt t t t t t r nt t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt tr nt t f f fr fr n t n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f bbb b r fntbb bnn f rr fff r r ff r rf ntb n ttt n nt tb nnt n tnb tbnt t tt bnb n nb ttt n n n b nt nt t b nnt r t bt ttt n tt nb b n r n nt nt n n t t t ntrt bn nr br r r f fr bnr tr f r f r n t b nnt ntb n b n t bt nt t r f nt n t nbb t bn n nt t ntb tn r r n nt t ntb t nt n t bn n n bnt bnnt bntbb t ntt ntb ntb n r t bn r bn n bt rr r rrn r r nt t ntbbn f f f f r r f r f fff f r ffr fr nb r f r r r n tbr f f f r f f f ff f r r nr brbb t r fntbt t f f f r fr 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r fntbt b nt f f fr r rr f rf n rntb t f f rntb t f f rntb t f rntb t t t f tr ff r r t bb r r t t r t n bn b t t f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rbt n n t trtbt b r f ntb f n fff f f f bb ff f f n ff f f f f f f fn f f n r f ntn b f n n n n n n f b n n n r n n n n r n n n n n n nr r n b n n n n b bb f n n n f bb f n n n f bf f bb f n n n n n n rn n n n r nr n n bn n n r r r n n r n n nnn r n r n n n nr n nb n bn r n n n n n n n n bn n n n n nr r n n r n n r n r n n n r n r r n n n nr n f n r nn bfff f b bn n n n nnn rnr r bnn rnn nn r n n n n n nn n r nnn n n n n n n n n r nnn n n r n n r r nnn n n r n n n n n n n n b nn r f f bf f f f bf bf bb bf bf b bf f f bf f f f f b f f fn n r n n n n r n n n nr n n n n n n n r n r r r n n nr n nn n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n rn n n n n n n nn n n n n n n n nr r n n n n nn n nr n n n n nn n nn n n n n n n n r r nrr n n r n nnr n n r n n n n nn n nr n n n n n n r n n n n n nn n n n nn n nn n n r nr n n n n nn nrn n n n n n n n n nn n nn n n n n r nr n n n n n nn rn nr n n r n n r nnn r n nr n b nn n n nr r n r n n n n n r nr n n n n n n n n n r n nr n n n n n r nr n r r n n r r n r n n n n n n n n n n n r n r n n nr n r n n n nr r n n n rn n n nn r n n n n n n n n n r rnn n n n r n r n r n nn n n n n nr n n r n n n n r n nn n n nn n n n n n n n n n n r n n n nn n nn n r n n r n n r n n n r n n r n n r r n n n n r n n n n n nn n n n n nr n n r n n r n n n n n n n n n n n n nn n n nn nr n n n n n nr n r r n nn n nn n n n n n r n rn rn n n n n nr n n n n r n n n nn n n r r n r n r r nr n n n nn n nr n n n n n n n n n nn nr n n n rnn nr n n n n n n n n n r r n n r n r r n n n n r n n n nn n r n r r n n n n r n n r n r nrn r r n n r n r n r nnn f n bn r n n n n b n r n r n n n n r n n n r n n n n b n t fb bfbb r fntbt tb f f ff f f f f ff r f f f f ffntt ff ff r f r f f f f r ffffff fff f f f r ff f r r f f n tb f r f r r n f t t tt t t t t t t t tt t tt f f f f n br bb ntbn f ff b b rf nr r r t t f rb n f bb f f f btn f r n t r f f ff f r r f f f f t rff n f bn f n r r r r r n r n f r r r r r n f f t n b n rf r r n r r f b f rf r r f n n f r r rf f rr ntr n r f f n r b nr n t f tr r tr r bfff n nntbn bb r ff ntbn ttn r r r r rf r f f r f r b f r r r b n rfn ftbftfn r n tn b r rn fn rn nt bff t t r n rbt t n r tf rn b r fnrn rr tt f rn f r t rfn t nt r ftt tt tn bf r nfttrrtfrt n r tf n rbt t ft rn rn rfn r rn tf rr tbfntbn rn rt b btb bbb r t r rn n frf rn fn t t r n rbt t n r tf rn b r fnrn rr tt f rn f r t rfn t n rntb r ftt tt tn bf r nf ttr r tf rt b t n b tf r rn n t bbb t rt rn ttr r tf b r nrtn trn n tfrt n nntbn bbb r f ntb bbb rf nt b n n n rf t n n f r b b b ntt n b f b f b tf ff b t ff f ff nf bf b n n n n f t n f r r f r ff b f fn nn n fn f b n f f n r f ff b f n f f n r r fr bnt f btb bbnb f r b btb bbnb f tnr btbb ntfbb bbb rfntbn t r f f rf f rr rf n r tbfr f ntn n r n ntbn rf f bf r f ntbnt n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf r f b rbfb rf r f r r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r fbf nf ntbn rrr nrf rn n n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrfnb n r bb r b r f b n b nr r r n bttr 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 n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r brrbr r fr n nfrrbr rbfr n n nntbn bbb r fnttb ttt ffff r f f ffff f f rr fr nt br n tr br rt n tr ft rr r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt nr r ff fr r r r tn rt t t t t t r nt t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt f tr nt f fr fr n t n t r r nb r f ntr r ntr t ntr n r tt bb rt n nrntn t rfntbb b f f f f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r n ntbn r f f bf r f ntbbb n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f brbfb f r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r fbf nf n ntbn r r r nrf rn n n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrfnb n r r n r n 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 n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r brrbr r fr n nfrrbr rbfr n n nntbn bb rfntbt tbtb r f f f f rr rf n r tbfr f ntn n r n ntbn rf f bf r f ntbttbtb n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf r f b rbfb rf rf r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r fbf nf ntbn rrr nrf rn n n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrfnb b r b r b r bb bnb r f b n b nr r r n b 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 n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r brrbr bfr n nfrrbr rbfr n n nntbn bbt rfntbbb nb r f rrb r rrr rrr rrrr rr rr r rb r f r r fn t b b fr r bb bb bt fr r r r r t t r rr rr r r n bbbn b t r r r rr n r r n n nr r rn rr r fn frr r tf t r r r r n r n t t t t t t t t t t t t t bbb nt f rb t r tt t b b r nr r n rt n r fntbb t fnffn f nnfnfn nnfnfn f tft tf rfnt b b b t b n r b b b b r n b t f t t t f nf f n nn n ffttn nnn fnnntb tn t f t t n fn t n f n fffn f n n t n t t nb r t f nn nn tnt nnb r t nn n n t n t t n t n t t n f nb r t f n tn t n n tf nn t tn f f t bb n fn f n fn t n f n t nt f n n t nb n b tf f f n t tn n n n n f ftf t n t tn f tf tb f n t t f n ft f t t nfb t ttr nf f f trr f f t bfbb tnf tnn rf ntbb r r n r r f nt b r bb b b b t t tr t t n f t t f f n n fn f f n r n rn b tf f b b f b b b b b b bb b r b b b b b n f b nbb bb b b b b bb b b b b b f nn r fnt f bn b b b b r f ntn btt ft r n r r rf nnt bttbbn nn bnbb b rbbbrbt b tbtnnnbtnt nnn b bntb b bbbbtt nn tt r nb bbt rfnt bnt rf nt b n b f br fr b n ntr r ftf f tn r f ntn btt t r f r r rf nnt b tnntn r n r f f n tb t t t r r n t f r f f rnr rffnftt brf fnf rfn t b bb bb f n f t rff n tbnnr rrfr rfntb rfntbf tbnbf f bf rtbftt rfn bbrtf t b bf rf rtt bf b t n bfft n btn tb f b bbtbf nn bft nb n f tt nb nfnbbt n fbnbtf rbtb bn tnn rfntb rfntbf tbnbf f bf rtbftt rfn bbrtf rn rf bf rf nf bf b bfn n nb bfft n btn tb f b b btbf nnbft nb nf ttnb bfn n nb btn nbt rbtb bn tr r ffn rtbn r ffr f ntb br nbr tnn nn nn t tn tr r nnt nn t tb t ffr rfntb rfntbf tbnbf f bf rtbftt rfn bbrtf rn rf bf rf nf bf b bfn n nb bfft n btn tb f b b btbf nnbft nb nf ttnb bfn n nb btn nbt rbtb bn t rfntb rfntbf tbnbf f bf rtbftt rfn bbrtf rn rf bf rf nf bf b bfn n nb bfft n btn tb f b b btbf nnbft nb nf ttnb bfn n nb btn nbt rbtb bn tf rfntb rfntbf tbnbf f bf rtbftt rfn bbrtf bf n bfrfnfbf b nb bfft n btn t b f b bbtbf nnbft nb nf t t nb nb bt n nf tr f rbtb bn t rfntb rfntbf tbnbf f bf rtbftt rfn bbrtf bt bn bf rf n f bf b nb bfft n btn tb f b bbtbf nnbft nb nf ttnb nb bt n nfbt rbtb bn tt rf ntb b bbbtb rf nt b n b f br fr b n ntr rf n ff tntt b

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r fntbn tbb f f f r f r f ff r r r r r fffr r f f rrfr rrfr f ntbn bn n nt b n n nt b n f rr nt b nt n n b b n b b rr nt b b b n nt n nt n n bnbn b nr f r r bb b r r bn b n nt ttn b n bt nbn bn nt t bbtt nt r nbr ntbn 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 bn n tbtn rrr nt n r rr b nb rb nr n r bbrr r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb rfr b n nrntbn bbn r f ntbrr r n tt r f ntbn b n bb b bnf n bn b b r bn b r r r f tbnnbb n nt bn n b b bn n t bn n bb n b tb nt b b n nn n nt n nt bn bn tb n nt b bbb b bn n bnn nt f t bn b n nt nb f t ntn b b n b b bn b f n bn b nb nt nb n b nt bn b bnt n b nt f bn nn bntbn n tn n nt nb t nt nb n bbb n n bn b bn nt b n b nt n n n nt bn nt b b n n nt b nb nt b bn bn nt nb bnn t b n nt nt n b n rf r r n t r rf btr br r n brf r tr rrr rrrf r br f rt br t b b b n rtrn r n r r b b t r tr brr r b r t btf r t f tr bt r b btrbr b b t t n t t b n nr r bt r r r rn br r r n f n r b r brf f r rfn r br tn b n b n t bb r r r rb trr f r r t rr r r bn br f rb n n r rbb t rr rr b bb btf r t r r t f trt f r rf n r rn r r b b brf tr b r r f t r r f n t r b r r b r b r r f bf r fn t b b b b b t r b b t b b t t b t b rt r fntbt b nt f f fr r rr f rf n f n ntbn tb f n ntbn tb n n f b tr ff r r t bb r r n n r tbb n tbb t tbt b n tbtn f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rbtnbbb bbb n t trtbt bb r fntbn tbtb f f f r f r f ff r r r r r f r r f f f btbbf r btn frntttb f r f n t b b b b f t b b b f f t b t f t t br f r r bb b r r f f bbtt r nbr ntbn 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 n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb n nrntbn bbb rfnn tbt n rn n r n n f r rfn nt f bf f n t bt tr fn nt f n fr t n tn tn t f tn btf r n fn f b f f n fnr n t t f f f tn t tn r nt n rn f rn t fr t nn tf ft trt fn f t n n f t t n tt r tn fr rn tn rf bf f n nt n f n f n f n r bb tf fnnt fn ft bfft fft nnt rtfn ttf ftb b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b bb b b b bb bb b b b b b b b b bb b b b rtf f ftft r fntbt btt n f f fr r frr f rf n r n nt rnt b rn r n nt rnt b rn t t t t t t t t t t t t t t n t t f t br f r r r r t t t t t r t b t bt bt t bbt t b t tbb f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f r bb n t trtbt bt rfnntffbb r r r r r r tt r r ffb f r r f r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnt n ffr b tf ftb r fntbt bt n f f fr r r r f rf n f n tbn f btr r r b b r r r nn nn b n b t n f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rnb nn n t trtbt b rfnntftbff r r r r bt r tf r r fbb r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r r r t fft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r b r bft t nt n ffr tf ft r fntbt bb nt f f fr r frr f f n f rrf rrf f nt bt n t n t rr n t b n t t f t t rrff f n t t t n b b t t f t b tr r r b b r r t t n nnf t tn t t n n nbb n r tr tbt r t t t b f t t n b n t t n nt n b b t n t n b t t n t t n t bt nbbtn rrr n r rr t t rt r r trr r r r r r r r t r f br r tb b tbr r r nnbbtn t trtbt r fntbn tbtb f f f r f r f ff r r r r r f r r f f f rfn t f f b r nf t f r f f bbf f f f bbt f f n nbbbr f r r bb b r r bbtt r nbr ntbn f f btfbb btf bb f t b b b ftbb r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb bt n nrntbn bbb r fntbt bbt n f f fr r rfrr f f n r f f r fr fffr fr ffr fr fffr fr fr ff fr f f rff f ntbn bn n nt b n n nt b n f nt b nt n n b b n b b f ff nt b b b n n nt n nbn b n b t tr r r b b r r bn b n nt tt n 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 f b bn nt b nn bn n tbtn f nt n f b nb rrfff ffb nff n bf r r r r r r r t r f br r tb b tbr r r rf rr ttbt t trtbt r fntbt bt n f f fr r rr f rf n f nt b tn f nt b tn t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t f r r r b b r r t t bt t t r t t nt b nt t t t b t bt b f b r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rn n t trtbt b r fntbt btt n f f fr r frr f rf n f n rt bn rt f n rt bn rt b b b b b b b b b b b b b b t b b f t br f r r r r b b b b b r b b b b b nb b b b b f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rn n n t trtbt b r f ntb nnn bbb r f nf t t b f f n f f f tn r f f r t r n n n n f t n n f n t n b b b b b b r n n n n n t nb b b r b b b b r r b b f b b br n n n f r bnfr b b f rf r b f b f b bb r fntbb tbb f f ff f f nttb fff ff fff f f ff f f r fr f f f f r ffffff fff f f ffff r r fff ff f r r f n t br nn n b r r r b t r n f b f r r t r ntb r tr r r bf f bf r t bb f n f f bbb bbn f r t n bb bfbn r f f ff f r r f f f f t rff t t t r r r r r t r t r r rr f r b t n b b n nn t t r r r t r r r r r t t r r r rr ftr t r n t br nn tr t f n r r rn r n n nntbn bb

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r fntbn ttbn f f f r f r f f ff r r r r r r r f f rf rf f ntbn bn n nt b n r n nt b r n f nt b nt n n b b n r b b frr ffr nt b b b n n nt n nbn b n r b bbr f f r r b n r r bn b n nt ttn b n bt nbnr bn nt t bbtt nt r nbr ntbn bn b b b b n n nt nt b b nt ntb nt n b nt bn nt n b b nt f b bn nt b nn br n n t b t f nt f b nb fff ffb nff n bf r r r n r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r r bb ff b ttbt n nrntbn bbnn r fntbt bbtt nb f f fr r r f f n rfn f rfn f tbt t t tb t t tb t tb tb t t t tb t t tb t tt t r r r b b r r t t tb bb t t b tt t tb b nbb tb r tr tbt r t t t tb tb tb tb tb t tb t tb t tb t tb tt t t b b f tb f t fn rr t t f r r r r r r r t r f br r tb b tbr r r bbb t trtbt t r fntbn tbb f f f r f r f f r r r r r frr f rf b bn rnt n tbn tn nn t bn nt tn t nt n n n nnn tnn tnn n n nn n tt b n tttnntt t tn t t tn t n n n n nnbnbn n n tbnn n n nn b n t n t t nn t n t n nn ntn n nbn nf b bnr r r tb tb r r t n n n nn t n n nn t n t t r tn nn n n t t t n n t bn n t t n n t n n n tbnn nn bn n nn t t n n tn n ntn nn t ntbnnn ntt n nn ntn nt t nn f nn r r r r r r n r f btr r r t ntr r r bb f f f f r n nrntbn bt r fntbt bbtb nt f f fr r rr f f n f r f fnf tbbnf f f n bf b f f n f f nb t f bf bf n n bf n nb f n n n bf bf f t tf fbnf n bf n r r r b b r r nf b n f f f n f n fnf nffbnbb f rtrtbtr nf n n t n n f f f btb f n n f fn f t tf n f nf f t bf n n f n nf f n b ff tbnf f ttn f n fn n b bf f nr r r r r r r r t r f br r tb b tbr r r r bttn t trtbt tb r fntbn tbb f f f r f r f ff r r r r r fffr r f f f bt rf ntnbb f r f n t b b b b f t b b b f f t b t f t t bbr f r r bb b r r f f bbtt r nbr ntbn 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 n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb n nrntbn bbn r fntbn ttbb f f f r f r f ff r r r r r frr f f f r f f r f f nt bt n t n t r r n t b n t t t t rrr n t t t n b b t tt b ntr f r r bb b r r t t n nn t tn t t n n bbtt n r nbr ntbn t t t b t t n b n t t n nt n b b t n t n b t t n t t n t bt nbbtn r n r t t rr t r tt r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb rrr t n nrntbn bbn r f rn tbn t tt t f t r tt r t t tt ff tt trttr r n tnrnnr n t t rfnftb tb nfb nf t t ffn tb t ft bt fb nf t t tb b b tn f f f t f b tb tb fb t b n tb tb t t btbn t t b tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tfb t tb t n t b t b n r r tn n b nt ft btfb r f t r f r r f r t f rn r nn f t r r tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt b t tb tbn ntn rnbn ntn bb nrt t tbn rtrt b n r b nf bt f bntb t tb bf f tb t rb b t tb nb tn r r b tb rt t t n t t t fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt fnrrt b br r f ntb n n nn n n r n r r n n n n n rfnftb tb nfb nf t t ffn tb tftbtfb nf t r tbb btn f f ft f b tb tb fb t b n tb tb t t btbn t t b tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tfb t tb t n t b t b n r r tn n b nt ft btfb n r n r n r n r n r f nn n f tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt b t tb tbn ntn rnbn ntn bb nrt t tbn rtrt b n r b nf bt f bntb t tb bf f tb t rb b t tb nb tn r r b tb rt t t n t t t fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt fnrrt t t r f rn tbn t tr tt r t t f t f f t t r r tr r n ftrnnr n t t rfnftb tb nfb nf t t ffn tb t ft bt fb nf t tbb btn f f ft f b tb tb fb t b n tb tb t t btbn t t b tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tfb t tb t n t b t b n r r tn n b nt ft btfb r tt t tr t r f t r f r t f r n r nn r rn tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt b t tb tbn ntn rnbn ntn bb nrt t tbn rtrt b n r b nf bt f bntb t tb bf f tb t rb b t tb nb tn r r b tb rt t t n t t t fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt fnrrt b br r fntbn tbtb f f f r f r f ff r r r r r f r r f f f rf f rf f nt bt n t n t n t b n t t t t f n t t t n n b b tt t n btr f r r bb b r r t t n nn t tn t t n n bbtt n r nbr ntbn t t t b t t n b n t t n nt n b b t n t n b t t n t t n t bt nbbtn n t t t ttf r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb t n nrntbn bbb r fntbn tbb f f f r f r f ff r r r r r fffr r f f rfntb rfntb f b r r tr r r r tbbtnnb r r b tbr f r r bb b r r bbtt r nbr ntbn b r r t rt r t fr tttn tt tt rt r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb t f n nrntbn bbn r fntbn ttbb f f f r f r f ff r r r r r frr f f f rf rntb f rf rntb f nn tbtr f r r bb b r r bbtt r nbr ntbn n n b ftfn r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb r bf n nrntbn bbn r fntbt bt n f f fr r r r f rf n nt b b t f tr r r b b r r b t r t b t t f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f r n t trtbt b r f ntb n t t t n n t t n n n n n rfnftb tb nfb nf t b ffn tb t ft bt fb nf t r tb b b tn f f ft f b tb tb fb t b tb tn fn n n nn t fn fn t tnn f tn n n tb tb tb t tn t t f tb tb t b rbb t btbn t t b tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb t tb t n t b t b n r r tn n b nt ft btfb t t t t t t t tt t t t t nn t tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt b t tb tbn ntn rnbn ntn bb nrt t tbn rtrt b n r b nf bt f bntb t tb bf f tb t rb b t tb nb tn r r b tb rt t t n t t t btb fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt fnrrt t t r fntbn tbb f f f r f r f ff r r r r r fffr r f f tff rtbbntb f r f n t b b b b f t b b b f f t b t f t t tr f r r bb b r r f f bbtt r nbr ntbn 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 n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb n nrntbn bbt r fntbn ttbb f f f r f r f ff r r r r r frr f f f rr rf ntt f rr rf ntt f bb b b b b b b b f b b b b b fff b b b b b b b bb btr f r r bb b r r b b b b b bb b b bbtt b r nbr ntbn b b b b b b b b b b b b b b f b b bb b b b f t t b b f b tfff t ff bff b f r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb nff n nrntbn bbn r fntb bbb n f f fr r ffff frrr f f n f rfntt f f rfntt f bb b b b b b r b b b b f ttf b b b bf b f f t f b f b b b b bb b t br f r r r r b b b b b bb b b nbb b r tr tbt r b b b b b f f b b b b b b b b b b b rbb b b b tftt b b tf tt tr rbt b t ftt r r r r r r r t r f br r tb b tbr r r t ttnn n t trtbt t r fntbn ttb fb ff r f rr r f r f n tb f tr r r f r f r r trf r r n b f ffr nb 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r fntbt b nt f f fr r rr f rf n f ntb b f ff ntb b f ntb b f ntb b f ntb b rf n t brtf n br t t t n rfn rtf nrrf bf t b tr ff r r t bb r r t f t b n f n fn t brtf rrt f t f n b rt rft t n rtffn n n b t r fftr f r n tr f n fb rtffn n t f ftr tn f t ntrfrr ttf n rfn t f brtf f t n rn t r r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f n t trtbt b r fntbt b n f f fr r rr f rf n f ntb f f ntb f r f f r r tt r r r b bt bt bb b bb f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rbn n f t trtbt b r fntbt bt n f f fr r r r f rf n ntb ntb f t b tr r r b b r r r t bt n b f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rbtb n n t trtbt b rfnnttbt r r r r b r r bbbb r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n ff fnf ftt tf n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r b r bft t nt n ffr tf ft rfnnttb r r r r r r f rn r b r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n n ffb n n f ftt tf n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t nt n ffr tf fbtt rfnnttbf r r r r r r r r f r r ff r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n n ffb n n f ftt tf n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t nt n ffr tf fbt rfnntfb b r r r r r r ft tffb r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt n n b b ftt tf n n r n r r r t fft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnbtb n ffr tf fbt r fntbt b n f f fr r rr f rf n n ntb n n b n b f br f f r r tt r r b b r b b b b f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rb f t trtbt bb r fntb t bb fnt nntftn fftftft fntn n tffnfftf tftf nn tntfn tfnfnn fnnn f b ff f n f b f f t fn f t n f ff n ftn fn nnf t f n t t t n nf t fn nn f t fn f f f n n f tn n n nn fnn t n ff nnfb rfrn t b ntf n rbn t tfb tf btrf b bn bf b b trf tn b t tbf n b t n b f r trf n n tf fnb trn tf n nf nbnn nf n bnn t bf bnn n t bf tn ttn bftbtnbf ttn n n nntn f n tbtn n t n f b bbnn tn tbbf bbfbtb b n b bf tf n b bf bb tf tnnb rtn tfnbbff btf btb t b t tn bfb f tbf b tf n b ntf n rbn t tfb tf btrf b b ttn b fb f b f tbf rb nbnnfnbtrn tft r b tn n ff nn fn nf ntf b b b rfrn t n n tf b f t b bf t b ntf n rbn t tfbtf btrf b r r r r b f nbf bftbf rtrf b t tbf fntb ft tbbfnt t bt trfnb bnrb b fnt tnb t f n f nt f f t nn f fttft t n t ffn t nn t f n nn f t t t t t n tt t nf f fnb nfn tf n tt ft f nt n fn t ttn b fn nn n ft tf f nf f nt n t nn t fnf fn t nfn t nn t ft n n nt n n n n fnffn n f f t f n nf t tnf nfb rbtb tnf tnn rffnftbfb r r r r r r t r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n b ff f fnn nf r r r r t t r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r t r tfn n bn ffr nf fntn rfnnttbtb t r r r r r r fb r r r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnt n ffr tf ft rfnntfb b r r r r r fbt bfft r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt n n b b ftt tf n n r n r r r t ffft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnbtb n ffr tf fbtb rfnnttbt t r r r r r r b r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n bf fb n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t fft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t nt n ffr tf fbt rfnnttbb r r r r r bfb r r t r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t fft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnt n ffr tf ft r fntbt bbbb r r r f r fff rr f f ff rr rfnt b n rfnt ff r r rf f f f r rrf n f f f f ff r r r r r f b n f rf r n f f n n t t b bnt n n t trtbt bt r fntbf bf btntbf bbnb r f fnt fb t ttrtt r t n f f n r fnf f t t t f b f nf rf t nf ft nf f r f r b f bft nf rf t f fb nbfn fn n fn t t f nn n f r bbb t rf tfbr n fbbr

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rfnnttbbfb r r r r fft r r r r fff r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnt n ffr tf ftf rffnftb bb r r r r r btn r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n bbnn tn t fnn nf r r r r t t r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r fn nt bbnb t t tffr nf fbn rfnntffbb r r r r r r tt r r ffb f r r f r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnt n ffr b tf ftb rfnnttbt b r r r r ff t r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt bt n n b ftt tf n n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft tb nt b n b bffr tf ft r fntb bbb r r f rr f rfnft b t f t b b bnf t t bn n n r br nf t t bft b bt bt b bn b t rnbt t t t n t nfrfn b n t b t r br bt n b b b b n ttn fn t n n n nr bt b r br t nb nn t r f f fr f r r f r t b fbf n b b f frf r ttt nf bf nttn b bt tn b bnt tbb rbt br b tnbt ff fb bf rnbt n b tn t bbbt t b b rr t n r bt bf t tb bn b bf b r bnbt b t nnnt n bt bb tb ft nbf n t bft bfbfn t tf f tb b n n b bf nf bf rrt b frbt t n tb bt b nf rrt n nn t n bf t b br fnrbr t trtbt b r ff ntb n t bn bbnt r f r f n tbbfbbt f f f f nn f tbb n n f f nrn nr b n bb r r r r r b n ff f tbtn t bfn b rb rr n f r t n r tb tb b tb t r bb n tbbb f bn bb rfnntftb r r r r r f r r r fb f r r fb r bft f r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t ffft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r b r ft bt nt n ffr tf ftbf rfnnttb r r r r r tt r n f r r t r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t fft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnt n ffr tf ft r fntbt bbb ff r r r ff r r ff fff r f ff r r f f ff r f ffff tr frr ff f rf fn f f fftf b b ff f f bbbb f n f n n rf f f fff f f f n f f rf tf n rfnf f fnfn bb f ftf b f r fntf f f f r f r f f tr r r f f r f f nr r fr f f f f n f nf f b f f f fn tf ff fr f b f f fn f f fffn f fntfb f b f f f f b ft fbb ff ffn fffbbb nf b b tff t trtbt b rfnnttb r r r r r r fbf r b r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t fft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnt n ffr tf ft r fntbb t f r r f f r f f r f n nt n b b fn n n n n f t n nt nr r f r f br r br f r fn r nn n n n n n n f n b f f r f f n n f rn f n f n f f f n b f n n f r n n t n f n f n nr nn f n fn fn n n f f n nn f n f f f f r r f r f fff f r ffr fr nb r f r r r n tbr f f f r f f f ff f r rffnf b brbb r fntbb b f f f r f f rf rn tb r b rb f f f f nb b b t b b n ttr b ftbfr nnr f fr tr f bbr fr f r nb t bb b b b r f b f f f tb b f rn b n nf f f f rn n b b n tb n f b t n bt rn n t n b n b f tbf f n tb b bt n b nrf b btrtt bb n t b ntb nb b bt n n b f bb tn b t f f f f r r f r f fff f r ffr fr nb r f r r r n tbr f f f r f f f ff f r tnnbn b brbb rfnntftb r r r r bf r ffb r r r fb r r r ftt r r r rr rr r r r ftf r fft r r r r r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r r r t ffft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnt n ffr b tf ft rfnnttbb r r r r r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnt n ffr b tf ft r f ntb nnn r bbb r fr nt br r n f r tr r f b r r tr t nt n nt n t tt f f n ft f fn f t ft f tt f f n ft f t ft f r ntf f f r tn ft ttnr b t n fr ft tbb fr n t r frt tnb b tf ff tnn bbb r fntbt bbt ff r r f r ff f r f f f ff r f ffff tr frr ff f r f r r r rrnr tb t rr r r ttt f r f r f r r r f f rrfr r r f r r r r nr f rr r f rr tt r f rnr t r f rnr r r r f r r f f r f r f tt tr f r f r r f r fr r r r r r r bt fr r r f f r nr rr r f fr bt r r f r f r r frrr r rnrt r t rff f r r r t rn rtt rr rr rrrbttt r t nrrf t trtbt b r fntb bt r r r r fr ff rr f nrtb f r t t r r r r ft rt r fttt r r r r r br r f r r r r r t r tr r r f r r r r r r t tt t r tbtr b t b b b rr b t t br bt rr t ft rr tft fb brb r t trtbt b r fntbf bf btntbf bbnb rfrnt bt t b t t ft b r t t r nf nn rfr r bt b b b b b b b b b r n r fr n r n fr n r fr n r r n r b b b b b b nr fr n r n r rn frfn rf n n f rf b b b t r ff f t r bt bn t r tfbr n fbbr

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rfnntfbtbt bb r r r r r r r r bfbb r fb r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n ff fbnf ftt tf n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnbtb n ffr tf fbtb rfnnttbf r r r r r b f r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n f f n n ftt tbf n n r n r r r t fft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft tb nt b n b bffr tf ftb rfnntfb r r r r r ff r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n n f f n n n ftt tbf n r n r r r t ffft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft tb nt b n b bffr tf ftt rfnntfbb b r r r r bfb r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n f f n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnbtb n ffr tf fbtb r fntbt bbt f ff r r r r frr nf r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr r r f r r f f r tbr f r f r f r fr f f r f f r f f b b r f r rttt r b b r r r r n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r f f n frf fftft n bfr r rr frr b rr rr bb rbbf t trtbt bb rf ntbb t t t nt t t b n b tt n t n b t nt t t t t n t t ttt t t tttt t bt rf rfnrtrb rf b b trf n rt t r r b f trf n r r r n r r r n rn r r br r r r brrf n rn rt r t b t t t t t t t tt bb t t t t t t tb rt rt t r rn rb rt f b b r r t b b r fr t tt f b rb ntr rb r r f rb rt rf bt f rt br b rnrnr r rbrt nt tnrnb t tb bb rffnnttb bt r r r r r f r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n nbn bt t fnn nf r r r r t t r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r b r fn bn ttnt ffr nf ftn rfnntfb t r r r r fbb r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n f f n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t fft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnbtb n ffr tf fbt rfnntttbb b r r r r r ffbtb r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n f f n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnbtb n ffr tf fbtb rfnnttbb t r r r r b r btf r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n f f n n b b ftt tf n n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnt n ffr tf ft rffnftb t r r r r n r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n ff ft fnn nf r r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r fn nb ttnt b b bffr nf ftnf r ff ntbn tbtn f b n f rfn tb t r r f r r n r r r r r n n r r f r r n r n r r r n r n t f rr bb rf n nntbn bt r fntbt b nt f f fr r rr f rf n b ff f fr n tbn tn nn t bn nt tn t nt n n n nnn tnn tnn n n nn n tt b n tttnntt t tn t t tn t n n n n nnbnbn n n tbnn n n nn b n t n t t nn t tn t n nn ntn n n bn nf t tr ff r r t bb r r t n n n nn t n n nn t n t t r tn nn n n t t t n n t bn n b t n n t n n n tbnn nn bn n nn t t n n tn n ntn nn t ntbnnn ntt n nn ntn nt t nn ft n nn r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f r n t trtbt b rfnntfbb t r r r r fb bt f r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n bbtt t n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnbtb n ffr tf fbt rfnnttb r r r r r ftt r r tt r ff r n tt b t t t r r r r r bb n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r r r t ft r r t b r fft rb tf f tr rt t t r r ft t bnt n ffr tf ft r fntbb bt fr rr ff rf ff rfnft b nt b bnf t tt t ft b b bnf b t t n f b f bf b t f f t t b t bft b bt b b bt b bnb ftnt b b n b n t n b n b n bb tn r br t fr r f t f b f r nb b r f f f r f fr b rf f r r r f fr b rf r f f f rff t bbf n b b bb bn b tbb rbt n ff frff ff bf rnbt n b tn t bbbt t b b rr t n r b t bf t tb bn b bf b r bnbt b t nnnt n bt bb tb ft nbf n t bft bfbfn t tf tb b n n b bf nf bf rrt b frbt t n tb bt b nf rrt n nn tnbf t bbr fnrbr t ttbt b r ff ntb r f n t rbn bbnt r f r f n tbfbt f f f f f nn ff f f n n f f nr n nr b n bb r r r r r b n ff f tbtn t bfn b rb rr n f r t n r tb tb b tb t r bb n tbbt f bn bb r fntbf bf btntbf bbnb rfnrt bt t b t t t b t t ff rrr r rr bt b b b b b b b b b r f r rr r r r r nf r r r r r r rr b b b b b b rr r r r r nf r ff f r r fr ff r rr r b b b t f t bt r r b t tfbr n fbbr



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This week Section A Section B Section CPublic Notices . ........2A Opinion . ..............4A-5A Lifestyle . ..................6A W orship . ..................8A Bus. Rev . .......12A,13A Sports . .....................1B Kapers . ....................8B Dining & Ent . ...........9B .......1 1B-14B Service Dir. . ....12B,13B Miss Apopka . ..........1C Puzzles . ...................2C . ........3C-12C Lifestyle Bless AmericaSportsAn Apopka man will turn 100 years old soon. Hes experienced a lot in life. See page 6A. The Apopka Blue Darters won over Edgewater. See page 1B. The Apopka ChiefVolume 90 Number 44 The Apopka Chief The second meeting to discuss the city of Apopka Charter will be held Thursday, November 8, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Apopka Community Center/ VFW at 519 S. Central Avenue, Apopka. Mayor John H. Land laid down the ground rules for the meetings at an introductory meeting on October 18. The main things to remember are that we are going to go through the Charter line-by-line, that we will consider the number of members on the City Council, and the executive functions of the mayor, Land said. We have agreed to go through each section and see what we want to stay and what we want to change. We will not take it fast but make sure that the process is done right. present agreed that changes were in order and the upcoming meeting will begin the process of going through the Charter from beginning to end. It was also agreed that the Charter review meetings would be on Thursday evenings, they would last one-and-a-half hours one hour to study the Charter and a halfhour to for discussion and questions and answers, and the progress on the Charter would be available for the public view on the citys website. I would ask you all not to make premature conclusions about the Charter at this time until all the study workshops are completed, Land said. A link to the Charter is on the main page of the citys website. For more information, call 407-886-1700 or visit www. apopka.net. By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff An election cycle that includes a contentious presidential campaign and the longest ballot in Orange County history is about to come to an end. Election Day is Tuesday, November 6, with polls open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., but nearly a quarter of Orange County voters had already cast their ballot through Wednesday, October 31, as more than 68,000 people voted early at one of 10 centers throughout the county and another 85,000 had returned their absentee ballots. There are 690,645 registered voters in Orange County. Of the 68,373 early voters, 35,980 have been Democrats, 19,085 Republicans, and 13,308 either no party or another party. The Apopka early-vot voters in the county with 6,817. Of those, 3,344 Democrats have voted early, while 2,310 Republicans have done so, and 1,163 others. Earlier Bill Cowles, Orange County supervisor of elections, said he expected somewhere close to a 75 percent turnout, although it could be a few points lower than that. In 2008, Orange County voters turned out in historic numbers as 77.17 percent cast their ballots with 31 participating in early voting, 25 percent voting absentee, and 44 percent voting on Election Day. Early voting continues today, Friday, November 2, and Saturday, November 3, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day at 10 sites throughout Orange County, including one in Apopka. The local site is the Apop The annual Apopka Rotary Pancake Supper will be held Friday, November 2, from 5-7 p.m. in the Wekiva High School cafeteria just prior to the football game between the Apopka High Blue Darters and the host Wekiva High Mustangs. The school is located at 2501 N. Hiawassee Rd., Apopka. T ickets to the Rotary clubs annual fundraiser are $7 per person and are available from any Apopka Rotary Club member or at the door. The supper features all-youcan-eat pancakes and sausage cooked and served by Rotary club members. Proceeds from the fundraiser are used for the Rotary clubs charitable activities throughout the year, including funds given to youth sports organizations, scout groups, and other community organizations.By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff The seventh annual Taste of Apopka-Business Expo will be held Thursday, November 8, from 5-8 p.m. at the CenturyLink headquarters at 555 Lake Border Dr. Our celebrity judges are Heather McPherson, food columnist for the Orlando Sentinel; Chef Bruno Fonseca, chef and owner of the 5 Gastronomy food truck; Tom Vann   and Daniel Dennis, radio personalities of A Mediocre Time with Tom and Dan (also on Monsters By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff New businesses in Apopka continue to sprout up like mushrooms, thanks to intense construction efforts. According to Jay Davoll, community development director for the city businesses that are in varying degrees of completion in the city. According to Lauren Acosta, a spokeswoman for Aldi, the grocery chain plans to open their new store on 1636 E. Semoran Blvd. in Apopka in early 2013. W e can give a lot more information next month as we get closer to the stores completion, she said. Aldi, a discount-grocer, with headquarters in Essen and Muehlheim, Germany, is known for its simplicity and low prices. Aldi opened stores across Central Florida beginning September 2008 and currently operates more than 20 stores in the Orlando area. The RaceTrac gas station currently under construction that is adjacent Thanksgiving. T odd Duplantis, RaceTrac spokesman, said it will feature the same offerings as the new store located on U.S. 441 at Sheeler Road, and the store plans to employ 20 to 25 people at the new location.   It s the friendly people at the city and the people of Apopka that makes the difference, Duplantis said. Mayor Land and the entire council are doing their part in supporting development and growth in the state of Florida in creating jobs. We are a familyowned U.S. business. Each store employs local people from the Apopka community. We are a neighbor and partner in the community and are proud to be part of the city of Apopka. T ire Kingdom, currently being constructed on U.S. Highway 441 in Apopka in front of Lowes plans a   soft opening on Monday November 5. The addition of this store brings us to 195 stores in Florida and 264 stores in the southeast, said Patrice Kelty, spokeswoman. The store features eight service bays and is equipped to provide a full complement of automotive maintenance services and free WiFi. Tire Kingdom has who use state-of-the-art equipment to provide quality service on cars and trucks and offers a nationwide warranty covered at over 1,330 automotive service centers in more than 40 states. W e are excited to become a part of the Apopka community. This growth allows us to be competitive and enables us to provide the community with quality products and services at affordable prices, stated Bill Ihnken, President and COO of TBC Retail Group company-owned division. The team at this location is topnotch, and we appreciate all of their hard work getting the store ready for customers.   T ire Kingdom locations are open Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-9 p.m.; Saturday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; and Sunday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. More information about the OReillys Auto Parts, 1301 Rock Springs Road and a Wawa store under construction were not available at press time. Remember that hour of sleep you lost in the spring? Well, its almost time to get it back. Daylight saving time ends this weekend when we move our clocks back one hour Sunday, November 4, at 2 a.m. Most people, of course, will move their clocks back an hour prior to heading to bed on Saturday night, but no matter the logistics, well all get that extra hour of sleep. The time change also means that high school students in our area will have some daylight as they head to class next week and beyond, but the sun will head down just as people are on their way home from work. Enjoy the extra hour of sleep as well lose it again when daylight saving time comes back next year on March 10.City Charter meeting set for November 8 President Barack Obama . speaking to Congress Gov. Mitt Romney . speaking in Apopka People stand outside the Apopka Community Center/ VFW earlier this week, waiting in line during the early-voting period. The center, 519 S. Central Ave., Apopka, is one of 10 such sites around Orange County. Early voting continues today, Friday, November 2, and Saturday, November 3, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Election Day is Tuesday, November 6. For more information about voting, visit www.orange countyvotes.com or call 407-836-2070. Apopkas early-voting site a busy one See ELECTION Page 2ATime change is this weekendNew business construction busy in various areas of Apopka See TASTE Page 3A\ The Debbie Turner Cancer Center of Apopka held an all-day fundraiser Saturday, October 27, with several events, including a block party at Beef O Bradys on Rock Springs Road in Apopka. Here, Bob Caldwell (l) and Bobby Scott hold up Theresa Mott as they were having a good time during the block party. The total amount raised is still being added and will be noted in a story in next weeks edition of The Apopka Chief. Pancake supper is hereTaste of Apopka is Nov. 8

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The Apopka ChiefNovember 2, 2012, Page 1B See the story and picture at the top right of the page about the Wekiva High School boys bowling team. The Mustangs not only went undefeated in the regular season, but backed that up with a dramatic victory in the District 8 tournament. The district championship carries an automatic berth in the state tournament, which is set for November 7-8 in Orlando. Q. How many times have the Wekiva Mustangs and Apopka Blue Darters met in football? A. The game today, Friday, November 2, at Wekiva will be the sixth meeting between the hometown rivals. Wekiva opened in 2007 and the teams have ings, but the games have gotten closer through the years with the Darters winning 49-33 last season.SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff For the Apopka Blue Darters, the annual football game against hometown rival Wekiva is important because its a district game. This year, Apopka wants to continue its winning momentum, as the Blue Dartrow and now sport a 6-2 record. For the Mustangs, a victory over the Blue Darters would rescue an otherwise dismal season, one in which Wekiva has its lone win over a solid Boone team. In some games, like last weeks eight-point loss to District 8A-4 champ Olympia, the Mustangs have played well, but have fallen just short. Other times, Wekiva has failed to play close to its potential. It will be the sixth battle for the Mayors Cup in the annual Tater Bowl game today, Friday, November 2, at Wekivas Mustang Field. Tickets are $6 and kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. While the Mustangs will victory in the sixth game of the series, a win over the Blue Darters will also do wonders for head coach Ty Parker and his squad. A win against Apopka would be huge, Parker said. It would at least show that we are moving in the right direction. When youre having a season like were having, everybody questions everything. Any victory after winning just once in eight games would be very welcome for the Mustangs. With it being Apopka, that would be even a bigger impact, he said. That s something thats not lost on Apopka head coach Rick Darlington. T o beat us would make their season in every way, he said. I know they will play hard. Asked if he was concerned The Apopka Recreation Department will hold registration November 5-16 for a winter girls ages 6-12. Youth must be 6 years of age by August 1, 2012, and may not have turned 13 prior to August 1, 2012. Practices and games are held at the Northwest Recreation Complex. Games will take place on Saturday mornings during January and February. residents per season and $140 for non-city residents per season which includes a uniform. A $10 application fee is also required. Registration will be available online at Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5p.m. For more information, call 407-703-1784. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff If one wants to survey the whos who of the high school bowling scene in Florida, it should start with District 8, as six of its teams have a tradition of district championships and state championship tournament appearances. And that makes for a district championship tournament reminiscent of the great heavyweight boxing bouts during that sports heyday. With that backdrop, a lineage of its top teams slugging it out blow-for-blow like two legendary heavyweights in the squared circle for the district championship and the two available berths for the regional rounds of the FHSAA postseason tournament has emerged over the course of the past several years. But it was the 2012 edition which was the one for the ages as from the intensity to the skill level, it had everything a district championship tournament is supposed to be. In the end, displaying the whole gambit of championship traits and characteristics, the Wekiva Mustangs boys bowling team claimed its second district championship the old-fashioned way, by earning it. Averaging more than 215 pins per game for the tournament, Wekiround as it stormed its way through the consoBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff It was the moment Apopka Blue Darters girls volleyball team had worked for and patiently waited for as the program was built piece by piece under Jamie Lillethorups guidance as its coach for the past come as it accomplished the ultimate goal of entering the regional rounds of the FHSAAs postseason tournament as district champion and enjoying the status as a ranked program had been realized while the rest of the state kept an eye on Apopka. However there was one problem which it couldnt overcome. A problem which seems to be common among high school sports programs. Dr. Phillips (19-8) seems to always be in the same position and, because it is also an Orlando-area school, it also seems to always stand in the way of that long postseason run. And when the ball landed on the ground 9) had fallen to Dr. Phillips once again. This time by a 2521, 25-23, 25-23 score. of the Class 8A Region 1 playoffs ended the most successful season ever for the Blue Darters in girls volleyball. It was what felt like an uncharacteristic end to what was supposed to be the season which announced the Blue Darters had arrived among the states volleyball landscape. While the sets remained close for the most part, it never felt the formula for putting itself in the position to use its strengths and subsequently create those decisive, take-control-of-themoment series of points which often determines the outcome. For whatever reason, the Panthers prevented it from happening during the game. In the big picture, the Panthers have become the hump the Blue Darters have to get over. Ultimately we lost for the two basic reasons teams lose, Lillethorup said. They took us out of our serve-receive game and, subsequently, we were out of system too much for us to do what we do well. We had to pass the ball off the net, which makes scoring opportunities cult to score because it limits who we can set and how we set that person. The ball has to be hit on more of a vertical angle to get it over the net. When that happens, the hitter doesnt get as many good sets, which then By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff ball game at Edgewater, it looked like a classic contest between the Blue Darters and Eagles, but a pair of Apopka touchgave the Darters a comfortable lead and, as the second half wore on, Edgewater wore down and the Blue Darters took advantage, rolling to a 56-20 victory Thursday, October 25, at Frank Lough Field. as the Blue Darters improved to 6-2 on the season in the non-district, Metro Conference contest. The Darters led at halftime, but only 22-14. A 34-6 second-half surge turned a tight game into the second-largest Apopka victory in the series that the Blue Darters lead 14-11. The defense stepped up in the second half, Apopka head coach Rick Darlington said. Theyre a good-looking team, he said about the Eagles. They got tired. They played so many (players) both ways. T urnovers, which were part of Apopkas problems in an earlier loss to Olympia, were again an issue for the Blue Darters, but they were able to overcome them this time. Apopka lost three fumbles and suffered one interception. Once again, Jevric Blocker led the Darters in rushing, gaining 179 yards on 26 carries. And, for the second time this time, all of them were rushing scores. As a team, Apopka rushed 56 times, gaining 346 yards on the ground. The Blue Darters had seven rushing touchdowns with Zack Darlington and Chandler Cox adding one Even though he had no throwing scores, Zack Darlington had a pretty good night passing the ball, hitting 9-of-14 passes for 192 yards. Daquon Isom was his leading receiver, snagging three catches for 70 yards. Meanwhile, Apopkas defense shut down the Edgewater rushing game except for a 33-yard touchdown run, allowing only 55 total rushing yards. The Eagles rushed just 12 times, relying on the pass. J.B. Woodman was 17-of-38 for 186 yards and two touchdowns for Edgewater, but Apopka picked off two of his passes. The Blue Darters may have had a strong second half, but they also took comquarter touchdowns to go up 15-0, while during that time. Apopka drove for a score on the games opening possession, moving 65 yards in eight plays with Blocker scoring on a 10-yard run. He also ran in the 2-point conversion to give the Darters an 8-0 lead The two big plays on the drive were passes from Darlington to Jacob Wittrock, who snared throws of 24 yards and 19 yards. Edgewater put a scare into the Darters early, connecting on a 47-yard pass from fensive play of the game, but the Apopka defense stiffened, eventually ending the drive at the Apopka 45 when Anthony Ellis sacked Woodman for a 10-yard loss on fourth-and-12. T wo possessions later, the Darters The Apopka Pop Warner youth football and cheer program will hold a breakfast fundraiser at Beef O Bradys in Apopka Saturday, November 3, from 8-11 a.m. The restaurant is located at 1410 N. Rock Springs Rd., Apopka. The cost is $6 per person and includes scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, toast, juice and coffee. T ickets may be purchased in advance by contacting apopkapopwarner@ yahoo.com or by calling 407-745-7760. In addition, the group will hold a car wash from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the same site. Blue Darters, Mustangs will spar in annual gameWho: Apopka Blue Darters (6-2 overall; 2-1 Dist. 8A-4) at Wekiva Mustangs (1-7 overall; 0-3 Dist. 8A-4) When: Fri., Nov. 2, 7:30 p.m. Where: Wekivas Mustang Field Why: Dist. 8A-4, Metro Conference game Cost: $6 at the gate Radio: WBZW-1520AM, www.1520thebiz.com Members of the Wekiva High boys bowling team celebrate their District 8 championship and resulting berth in the state tournament. Shown are, (l-r), front row, Dustin Doggett and Matt Helberg. Back row, Justin Kleier, Aaron Coville, coach Dave Kurtz, Jordan Illges, Ray Repaci, and Austin Kleier.Wekiva High boys bowling team wins district, lands state berthAHS wins girls volleyball district title, falls in regional matchStrong second half leads to 56-20 win over Edgewater for Darters See GAME Page 10B See sS T aA T e E Page 4BYouth league sets breakfast fundraiserAlexis Gosha hits the ball over the net for Apopka, but two Dr. Phillips players are there to defend. TT ight end TT r ey Hendrickson catches a pass from Zack Darlington. T T he play gained 45 yards. See VOLLEY Page 6B See APOPKA Page 10B

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 3B Each of our local high school athletic programs can championship of the school year. Apopka Highs girls voltrict crown in the sport in school history, while the Wekichampionship in three years. Unfortunately for the Blue Darters, their season came to sets were close, no more than ry. Nonetheless, it was the best season in the programs history. Next season, the Darters will be without all-everything Denise Belcher, who will soon sign with the University of giate womens volleyball programs in the nation. The future still looks great for the DartLillethorup. Apopka has four four freshmen who will return knows what current eighth for playing time as all four of future is certainly bright for Lillethorups program. Wekivas boys bowling from the Circle Christian team, Christian. Coach Dave Kurtzs state tournament, which will nament in bowling. There will for teams in the state tournathe team competitions, there ing teams. Congratulations to both Apopka next week with a state championship trophy. Last week For the Wekiva football the Mustangs can compete with the better teams in the have the talent to go toe-to-toe trict champion by one score have the wherewithal to compete against most teams But, the Mustangs havent straight since that victory. wasnt the worst thing that point of the season, although those two teams because those In the Homecoming game easy 22-point victory. The Mustangs win at win at Boone, but lose to East Consistency, or the lack of it, has been the problem for Wekiva this season. For Apopka, consistency hasnt been a problem, except the ball over three times, but Lake Brantley that actually are really a passing team. 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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 4B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff After the Wekiva Mustangs game against Olympia Thursday, October 25, Wekiva football coach Ty Parker said how his team plays depends on which team shows up. And it is hard to argue with that statement as his team forced Olympia to play its best game to not only win the individual battle by a 30-22 score, but to clinch the District 8A-4 championship. Olympia clinched the 2012 district crown with the victory, because it now has a 3-0 record with one game remaining in district play. T onight, we gave it our best effort and when we do that, we can play with anybody, Parker said. When we give our best effort, we give ourselves an opportunity to win. Tonight is proof of that. We played our game tonight because we gave it our best effort. We controlled the clock and the pace of the game for most of it. That is how teams win games, but against Olympia, it is even more so. We made our share of mistakes, but we still managed to stay close and give ourselves an opportunity to win. The difference was a couple of mis-executed plays. Unfortunately, that has haunted us all season and even though we improved, it still did. Keeping the ball away from the Titans offense and the benefactor of a handful of plays in which good fortune occurred, the Mustangs (1-7) took a 10-7 lead into the third quarter. However, as Parker stated, the Titans are the team that opponents are always wary of exploding, no matter the score, and they did, racking up 23 consecutive points in a span of 9:28 of the second half. A furious rally by the Mustangs cut the lead to 3022 and gave hope that playing its conservative the-best-defense-is-a-goodoffense game, it could still pull off a monumental upset. pia was anything but the explosive, high-powered, athletic team that has made opponents gasp for air, the Titans took the lead for good on a 46yard rushing touchdown by quarterback Alex Gomez with 3:03 left in the third quarter. Although the touchdown was a spectacular, jab-hook-like combina which made the score possible in the their second possession of the second half on their 10-yard line following a 65-yard punt off the foot of Wekivas Bart Bell. With standout running back John Armstrong rushing the ball on tangs then committed a pass interference and unsportsmanlike penalties to move the ball to the 46-yard line. W ith its regular quarterback, Deondre Francis, missing another game due to injury, Gomez started and took about three-quarters of the snaps during the game. Gomezs position is listed as athlete on the roster and on this particular play, Olympia decided to go to that ability and it came at the worst time for Wekiva. A designed quarterback draw, Gomez ran up to the line of scrimmage behind the tackles. Patiently waiting for the blocks to develop, he slid to his left on a slight forward angle as he changed his pace several times. Continuing to run past the line, the blocking of the Titans offensive line developed and as Gomez was running to his left, the Mustangs line was sealed off. After gaining three yards, he made a stop-and-go, hop-skip move, freezing the two remaining defenders, creating a lane which he could run through on an angle. He beat the rest of the defense into and through it, turning up outstretched arms of the several remaining Mustangs players into the end zone. Anything a team could do Olympia coach Bob Head said. They took advantage of it. We dug ourselves a hole. They made us pay for it during behind. They almost made us pay for it altogether. We had to do some soul searching during halftime and answer By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff A stellar performance by the Wekiva High boys bowling team and the heart of the champion was celebrated last Wednesday, October 30, when the District 8 championship tournament meet was over. But as satisfying as it was, it wasnt all there was to celebrate as the girls team also made program history. tory, a member of the girls team will be a part of the state championship tournament. After just missing advancing to the state championship tournament meet last season, senior Emily Harris did it this nal attempt. She rolled a three-game series of 535 pins to advance. Her individual game scores were 184, 211 and 140. T he two bowlers with the highest scores for a threegame series who are not a part of the teams competing for the team competition at the state championship tournament meet advance to the individual competition at the state championship tournament meet. Harris score placed her fourth overall. However, two of the bowlers ahead of her in the individual standings are members of the West Orange team. West Orange won the championship and, as such, the team advanced to the state championship meet, which eliminated the two bowlers from the moved Harris up to second. West Orange defeated Ocoee in The Knights also advanced to the team competition at the state championship tournament as the other district champion As a team, the Wekiva girls also had a banner day. Although it did not advance past the preliminary round, it made things interesting for a while as the District 8 tournament. A score of 2,057 pins was recorded by Wekiva during the preliminary round. It consisted of scores of 727, 724 and 606 for the three games. The Knights took the fer position, outdistancing the Mustangs by 326 points. Even apart and the odds were against the Mustangs, it was still in contention to advance after the surprise. Mustangs fall to Olympia after holding halftime leadReggie Brown runs behind the block of Jemal Taylor. Wekiva led 10-7 at half, but Olympia used a strong third period to gain the victory. Harrislation bracket and then answered every one of Circle Christians repeated trict advances to the state championship meet. While this years team accomplished the rare feat of an undefeated record and it got more than its share of attention as a top squad in the sport, it was realized within the context of it preparing the team for a long always the district championship and the ultimate goal is the state championship. Each accomplishment prepares the team for the next and bigger one. second in the state. But with an undefeated regular season record now backed up by a district championship, which is arguably the best in the state, this team might not only be the best, but it might just be that once in a generation which other champions are measured against. Going undefeated during the regular season made it a possibility. Winning the district championship puts the team on the brink of that kind of status as it is now enters the state championship meet as one of the handful of teams to keep an eye on The undefeated season didnt go to the players heads, Kurtz said. We were driven to do it in the context of it backing up a district championship, not the other way. We set out to win the district championship and to contend for the state championship. Going undefeated was the accomplishment which prepared us for the ultimate goal. The players continued to buckle down and do the things which make for an undefeated record because they are the same which win championships and that is the big picture. W ithout the support of the school, the athletic department, the administration, the parents, our friends and Brunswick Wekiva Lanes, none of our accomplishments would have happened. We are so grateful for it. It is a tremendous asset and makes a huge difference. This years tournament was held at Brunswick Wekiva Lanes and hosted by Apopka High School. It is the home facility of Wekiva and Ocoee, as well. The tournament consists of two rounds. The preliminary round is a total pin format. Five bowlers make up each teams line-up. Each throws a 10-frame game. The total of each bowler is added together and that is of each are added together for a grand total. The four teams with the highest nation one, Baker rules format among the four teams. Once a team has lost twice it is eliminated from the tournament. When Baker rules are being use, each bowler throws one frame in succession. Hence, each bowler rolls two frames for his or her team during each game. Using its regular lineup of Austin Kleier, Dustin Doggett, Matt Helberg, Ray Rapachi and Justin Kleier, Wekiva recorded a total of 937 pins for its sitions in the standings. However, in place. Wekiva responded, picking up the pace with scores of 1,043 and 977, which moved the team up to third with a total of 2,937 pins. Trinity Prep knocked over 3,117 pins. They were followed by Circle Christian which tallied 3,060 pins. Winter Park earned fort of 2,830 pins. As the number three seed, Weki Christian would not yield and cap to the winners bracket. Wekiva tallied at least 200 pins in every game of the match. Circle Christian scored at least 220. Nonetheless, the loss dropped Wekiva into the consolation bracket and it was joined by Winter Park. I told the players it (losing) doesnt mean a thing, Kurtz said. We had been there before and knew what to do. Many years ago, when I was a child and learning how to bowl, an old pro told me a bowler is only as good as the next shot. That was the situation we were in. All that mattered at that point was what we did from then on. We couldnt lose again. It was one shot a time, which is as simple as it gets, even if it is a cliche. cause we bowled badly. They (Circle Christian) just bowled really well. So we also felt good about being able to keep winning and come through the losers bracket. The team remained calm, focused and enjoyed the moment like I told them to in relation to being there before. The Mustangs defeated Winter Park in four games. The loss eliminated the Wildcats. In the meantime, Circle Christian defeated Trinity Prep to clinch a berth The loss dropped the Saints into the consolation bracket and a meeting with the Mustangs. With one loss each, the loser was eliminated while the winner advanced to the championship meet. The Mustangs won handily, in three sets. And so after committing the slight bobble earlier against Circle Christian, Wekiva got its opportunity to right the wrong. But it was not ment which had been an intensely dramatic and gripping spectacle of bowling prowess became even more so by another couple of levels during the Because the Mustangs had lost one match, they had to defeat the Eagles twice. It looked like Circle Christian would win the crown as it led the en Circle Christian held a 29-point lead time the teams met. Wekiva had bowled well, but Circle Christian was even better. However, Justin Kleier nailed three consecutive strikes during the 10th frame and the Wekiva faithful exploded as their team seized a 211210 victory. W ith the victory, the story changed to the opposite. The Eagles bowled well, but the Mustangs were doing things which happen once a 193-171 and 236-156 victories. During the second game, the Mustangs failed to mark only once as they threw third game, the Mustangs were even hotter, totaling seven strikes and four spares. So, after about seven hours, the championship came down to one best tomorrow scenario, the teams didnt maintain the level that had been. It rose to as high as possible and the combinations of punches which staggered the teams back and forth were ble. wasn t above 200 and that was a 195 above 220. Five of the scores were above 230. And three cleared the 260pin mark. Combined, the teams threw 120 frames. The teams combined to mark in 110 of them. Circle Christian averaged a score of 225.6. Wekiva countered with an average of 240 pins. series with a show of force, winning by a 267-234 score. The Mustangs knocked down 10 strikes to best the opponents nine. The series was tied at one game apiece as Wekiva had a bad game of 195. Circle Christian tallied 204 pins. Wekiva failed to mark in three of the frames, the most in any game during the whole tournament. It offset the advantage it had in strikes of 7 to 6. Circle Christian marked in every frame. After smarting from Justin Kleiers three consecutive strikes which gles returned the favor with just as much drama as game two ended with a 224-223 count. Sean Wilcox was the hero as he nailed the three consecutive out the victory. More importantly, it put the Eagles one game away from the championship. The difference was Mustangs did not mark, scoring eight pins and leaving the door open for Wilcoxs heroics. Facing elimination for the second time, Wekiva roared back and answered the challenge with a vengeance in the form of its highest score of the day. And it was required as Wekiva needed to best a total of 264 pins. It did so with a total of 280 pins. In that game, the teams failed to mark in one frame and that was nine pins by Circle Christian on the last throw of the game. Wekiva scored a spare during the second frame. But a strike was rambled off in every other frame. Circle Christian scored one more spare, in the fourth and sixth frames and the nine pins in the 10th. Finally the difference was six strikes during the last seven frames The strikes gave the Mustangs a 235202 victory. Once again, Justin Kleier closed out the game with another tour de force of three consecutive strikes out distanced the Eagles by a 9-6 count in strikes. The Mustangs failed to mark in only one frame. Two frames ended with the Eagles not marking. The two teams bowled as well as two teams can bowl in any match or tournament, Kurtz said. The scores were as high and the intensity was as strong as Ive ever seen in any match as a bowler myself or coach. It was two great teams going at it back and forth. Neither gave any quarter and each made the other answer its best. We pushed them. They pushed us. That is always the case when we play, but it was at another level today. Both teams put on a performance worthy of a championship match, saving the best for last. And the atmosphere was also worthy of it being a championship. The teams could really feel the electricity and energy they were creating with their sensational performances. It was an honor to compete against Circle Christian. Mike Howells teams are always the epitome of high level of bowling while displaying sportsmanship. Today, we got a little bit of luck, too. Wekiva failed to knock down at least 200 pins in only two games while playing under Baker rules and the average for each individual during the preliminary round was 195.8 per game. We won because of the experience and maturity, Kurtz said. It was something I could see between us and the other teams. It was subtle, but over the course of a tournament like this one in which teams are bowling so many games, it adds up. The result in what was going on on the lanes was we paid attention to the mistakes we made and corrected them. Most of the adjustments were being made before I said anything. The theme was we could win because we were focused on using our experience and maturity to our advantage. We didnt get worked up, which often leads to mistakes or the inability to correct them. In the heat of the moment, that is hard to incorporate into strategy. We accept we can bowl our best and still lose. When teams arent doing that, they get worked up and lose their focus on what they should be doing. They are focused on what they are doing wrong so they wont lose, instead of focusing on what they are doing well and need to do to win. They agonize over things they have no control over anymore. Because my team has accepted it, it went about its business. It was a very workmanlike performance as far as keeping focused. It didnt get caught up in the moment. It threw the shots it had to when it had to. Continued from page 1BState: Final round vs. Circle Christian came down to events last gameWekiva High girls bowler lands individual slot in state tournament See WEKIVA Page 7B

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 6B makes them work harder and takes away what makes them most comfortable. In any sport, when players are in comfortable positions and the better it is, the more likely he or she is going to score. The other reason was basic volleyball. We made too many mistakes and too many mistakes equals losing, regardless of the opponent. There is an old saying, when the opponent is making mistakes, dont interrupt it. Perennial postseason participants seem to always understand the concept. It is an intentional part of how they approach the game. They feed off the mistakes and it is even more so during the postseason. It isnt a coincidence Dr. Phillips has a tradition of postseason success and it does that. The Blue Darters committed 32 errors, 19 of which were unforced. The number of errors has become a broken record for the Blue Darters against the have ended for the Blue Darters at the hands of the Panthers during the postseason and in each loss, the number of errors was just as comparatively high. The two teams were in the same district until two seasons ago. Last sea berth in the regional rounds of the FHSAA postseason tournament as the districts runner-up. They faced the three fairly uncompetitive sets. When we played Olympia in the our B, B+ game, Lillethorup said. We committed several big errors, but the number was low enough we could still win. Tonight, we played our C or C+ game, starting with the mistakes. Dr. Phillips is one of those teams that an opponent has to play its A game to beat them, especially in the playoffs. We were good enough to beat Olympia with a B game, but it wouldnt have beaten Dr. Phillips in the playoffs, let alone our C game, and again, that starts with the errors and mistakes. They played their A game. We committed way too many errors. Every time we earned a point or two and someone made a great play, we wouldnt follow it up. We would build some excitement and energy, which is so important in volleyball and then lose it on the next play, which is why we were never able to put together that string of points. When we were leading 21-19 during to the wrong hitter. In volleyball, basic strategy is to go to the hot player. We didnt and the hitter who got the set wasnt expecting it. Nor was the team, so we lost the point. That was a threepoint swing. We went from being up by three to only one and, of course, for them, which took them to match point. two points of the game on a kill by Denise Belcher and then an ace by Kacie Miller. However, that would be the high point of the match for the Blue Darters as Dr. Phillips scored six consecutive points and eight of the next nine. From the third point of the run, the Blue Darters were playing from behind. T railing by as many as nine points cut the lead to give the team an opportunity to win. It cut the lead to three points at 24-21. But Dr. Phillips was too close to 25 to feel its lead was uncomfortable. The second set began with the The Blue Darters rallied once again to tie the game at 9-9. But then, the Panthers scored three consecutive points. The Blue Darters eventually scored four consecutive points to tie the game at 23-23. On the next play, Belcher attempted a kill from the middle of the an inch behind the back line. Then, Dr. Phillips Hannah Schaible tapped the ball over the net on the right side, placing it just outside the reach of a diving Nicole Dominguez while it landed just inside the sideline. The third set was tied at 16, 18 and 19 when Apopka scored the two points and took a 21-19 lead. Schaible returned the attempted shot Lillethorup was referring to and scored the point for Dr. Phillips as the ball landed in the middle of the defense. W e knew we had to come out and set the tone early, Dr. Phillips coach Lindsey Carter said. They are a very strong team and they turn a point or two into that long run which puts the game away, even the championship teams. Their bench is also very vocal and it helps them score points. With that combination, they are a hard team to come from behind against. It was the focus during our preparation for the match and the players did even better than we had hoped as far as keeping their poise in this atmosphere after we set the tone. W e are also motivated by the loss to Boone (its district champion mouth and we have wanted that second opportunity since that match ended. We played our A game tonight. We emphasized serving aggressively because we wanted to take them out of system and, in particular, the serve-receive part of their game. They werent able to use the kind of swings they usually do and that was the reason we hits. Our percentage in the serve-receive game was good and usually the team with it wins. We also were focused on containing Belcher, which we did. While Belcher scored points as she usually does, she also was off as she hit several returns out of bounds. A loss doesnt occur because of one player and that was the case tonight, Lillethorup said. But when the face is off, the rest of the team usually follows suit and we were a little off tonight. I look at tonights loss more as a part of the journey than it being the end of a season and us being knocked out of the playoffs. Every year, we have progressed a little district champion and we now believe we can beat Dr. Phillips. We took the court with the intention to win tonight. Every year, we have set a new standard and then came back hungry to set it higher. This off-season we will work on having a more balanced group of experienced players, which is what we now need to do to re-set the standard. The sharing of responsibilities needs to be shared more. With the group of players we have coming back playing the way they did this year, we have already begun to do that. And there is a lot of room to grow because of our freshmen class. I am most proud that the team didnt lay an egg like it has over the last few years against Dr. Phillips. When a team is setting the standard every year, that feeling of laying an egg to intending to win occurs. With everything we did this year and where we ended the season as district champion, we will win the regionals next year. Continued from page 1BVolley: Blue Darters need to play their A game against Dr. Phillips Nicole Dominguez (l) and Camry Halm lunge for a ball during the regional quarternal loss to Dr. Phillips. Haley Day (l) and Kacie Miller (r) show their excitement after Dr. Phillips called a timeout following an Apopka run. Lindsay Sabiston serves the ball for the Blue Darters during the match against Dr. Phillips. Apopka coach Jamie Lillethorup talks to junior Haley Day after she comes out of the game. Senior Denise Belcher prepares to serve the ball during her nal match as a Blue Darter. As Kacie Miller (7) hits the ball over the net, Jennifer Chester (13) watches during Apopkas ve-set victory over the Olympia Titans during the district tournament at West Orange High School. Caitlyn Jackson sets the ball for the Blue Darters as Alexis Gosha looks on..

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 7B the adversity during the second half. We held them to a three game and then muffed the punt. We had another one which was because we committed a pen ers teams are always good. They are much better than 1-7 indicates. The 46-yard rushing touchdown by Gomez ignited us. They were loading the box us to rush the ball up the middle, which we like to do. We thought we could get a ballcarrier some space and change how we were using our rushing game if we ran a reverse. The ball was away from our quarterback, whom they were loading the box downhill for. They were keying on what he did, running it himself or handing it off. Defensively, they controlled the game with their running game. They beat us up with the rushing game and then scored on a fade, so we stacked our safeties over the top. After Gomezs touchdown, the Mustangs were held to a three-and-out which ended with an interception by Rufus Mosley and the Titans struck again in the same fashion. Ex was the follow-up series of punches to the body only 2:01 nation caused the Mustangs to stumble into the corner. Armstrong lined up as the quarterback. Gomez lined up as a wide receiver on the right side of the line. Another player listed as athlete, Joe Gallagher, lined up as the running back. Armstrong took the snap and handed the ball off to Gallagher as he ran in front of the quarterback. The ball was then tossed to Gomez as he ran behind Armstrong on the right side of the line. Gomez threw the ball to the left side of the had lined up as a wide receiver. The defense and in particular, the secondary, was completely fooled as Macon ran straight a couple of seconds for the pass to come to him at the 14. The score was upped to 24-10 on a 21-yard Justin Ford the result of more self-destruction by Wekiva. It was held to a three-and-out on the possession following the third Olympia touchdown. Forced into a punt, the snap went over the punters head and the ball was Y et another three-and-out followed. This time, Olympia took over possession of the ball at the Mustangs 37. With 5:35 left in the game, the knockout was delivered. Dexter Williams scored on a 15-yard endaround rush. The score turned out to be the difference. W ekiva cut the lead to its ing touchdown by Ryan Watson with 4:09 left and then Bart Bells 24 yard score on the ground with 2:57 left. W atsons touchdown ended the possession following then successfully attempted an onside kickoff. The Titans gained possession of the ball on another attempted onside kickoff. It punted the ball back to the Mustangs with 41 seconds left. However, there was too little time for the Mustangs to move the ball into scoring range. Four plays later, the Mustangs threw an incomplete pass and there appeared to be two seconds left in the game. But, the referees ruled the clock ran out and the game was over. However, the Mustangs would have had to move the ball 60 yards to score and then successfully convert a two-point conversion to send the game into overtime. W ekiva received the opening kickoff and was held to a three-and-out, but Mosley dropped the punt as he attempted to catch it at Olympias 45. Eight plays later, Bell threw an over-the-shoulder pass to Damoun Patterson along the left sideline of the end zone which was caught for an eightyard touchdown pass and a 7-0 Wekiva lead. The Titans tied the game at 7-7 as Williams scored on an eight-yard rushing touchdown score was also the result of a fumble, as the Titans scored on the next play. W ekiva answered and retook the lead on James Var ed the ensuing possession and began at Wekiva 15 as the offense drove the ball 70 yards on 13 plays. But Wekiva couldnt handle the prosperity, so to speak, as it stopped Olympia and all it had to do was run out the remaining 1:10 to take a lead into halftime. However, the Mustangs fumbled the ball at their own 15. They survived when Ford missed a 32-yard I dont know of a more Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde team, Parker said. We are proud of the team for its effort and for in a position to still win. We have always known it has it in them to play and compete with anybody, including the best. Winning is a different story and, again, the difference was we mis-executed on a few more plays than they did. And that means we need to get more consistent. Olympia W ekiva First downs 10 14 Rushes-yards 40-242 40-129 Passing yards 54 47 Com-Att-Int 2-5-0 5-15-1 Fumbles-lost 3-1 3-3 Penalties-yards 5-40 8-65 Olympia 7 0 14 9 30 W ekiva 7 3 0 12 22 W -Patterson 8 pass from Bell (Varble kick), 6:29 1st; O-Williams 8 run (Ford kick), 2:06 1st; W-Varble 32 FG, 4:54 2nd; O-Gomez 46 run (Ford kick), 3:03 3rd; O-Macon 46 pass from Gomez (Ford kick), 1:02 3rd; O-Ford 21 FG, 10:21 4th; OWilliams 22 run (kick failed), 5:35 4th; W-Watson 39 run (2 pt. try failed), 4:09 4th; W-Brown 4 run (kick failed), 2:57 4th. Individual statistics Rushing: Olympia-Williams 1397, 2TD; Armstrong 18-61; Gomez 9-84, 1TD. Wekiva-Watson 9-70, 1TD; Brown 17-62; Scott 8-23; Bell 4-19, 1TD; Team 2-(-45). Passing: Olympia-Gomez 2-5-0, 54, 1TD. Wekiva-Bell 5-15-1, 47, 1TD. Receiving: Olympia-Macon 1-46, 1TD; Armstrong 1-8. Wekiva-Patterson 2-43, 1TD; Dillard 2-41; Rutz 1-13; Continued from page 4BWekiva: Mustangs scored two late touchdowns, but couldnt get the third Blue Darters overwhelm Edgewater for 56-20 victoryWekiva head coach Ty Parker makes his point literally to the game ofcials during the loss to Olympia. Richard Scott runs out of the shoestring tackle attempt of an Olympia defender on his way to a big gain. Running back Jevric Blocker leaps into the end zone for one of his ve rushing touchdowns against Edgewater. Running back Jevric Blocker leaps into the end zone for one of his ve rushing touchdowns against Edgewater. Apopka defensive players Eric Jackson (l) and Robert Thomas listen to the coaches during the Blue Darters 56-20 victory over the Edgewater Eagles. Quarterback Zack Darlington res the ball down eld. He passed for 192 yards in the victory over the Eagles. Head coach Rick Darlington talks to Jevric Blocker before sending him onto the eld.

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 8BThis weeks recipes are from the Apopka Historical Societys Preserving the Big Potato: A Collection of Potato Recipes. Along with the books primary theme of potato recipes, in honor of this towns name and big lake (the word Apopka in the language of this areas native inhabitants means Big Potato), the creators of this outstanding cookbook additionally included a large section with sweet potato recipes. For all of us sweet potato fans, that is a great bonus for which we are most thankful. With Thanksgiving less than three weeks away, the sweet potato recipes below may provide some new and interesting ideas to start thinking about for that major holidays tables. The historical societys cookbook committee has it all covered from pioneer days pone to puddings, pies, cakes, casseroles and much more, all concocted from the sweet potato. Choose and save one of the recipes for Thanksgiving and give another a try much sooner. In mixing bowl, beat together sweet potatoes, eggs, milk, 1 stick margarine, sugar and vanilla. Pour into baking dish. garine and pecans. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes. Mix all ingredients together and put in greased 9 inch round pan. Cook in moderate oven for 1 hour, stirring occasionally until browned. Serve with lemon sauce or whipped cream. Slice apples and yams and arrange in buttered casserole in alternate layers, sprinkling each layer with sugar, salt and bits of butter and cinnamon. Cover and bake in 350 degree oven about 45 minutes. Serves 6. toes Combine dry ingredients and set aside. Combine remaining ingredients; ingredients are moistened. (Dough will be soft.) surface and knead 4 or 5 times, adding cut with a biscuit cutter. Bake on greased baking sheet at 425 degrees for 15 minutes until lightly browned. Recipe yields ten biscuits. 1 teaspoon salt Blend together the mashed sweet potatoes and melted butter. Dissolve the mashed potatoes. Add egg, salt and sugar; blend together. greased bowl and cover. Allow to rise for 2 hours. Place on board, roll to desired thickness and cut in shapes desired. Brush tops of rolls with melted butter or oleo. Place on greased cookie sheet and allow to rise 1 hour. Bake at 425 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes. Yield: 30 medium size rolls. toes. Beat in eggs. Mix sugar, milk, spices, and butter together and add to potatoes. Bake at 400 degrees for 50-60 minutes. Blend sugar and oil. Add egg yolks and beat well. Add hot water. Sift dry ingredients together and add to mixture. Beat well. Stir in sweet potatoes, nuts, and whites. Place in 9 inch layer cake pans. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes. Combine all ingredients except coconut and nuts. Cook 12 minutes, stirring constantly. Add coconut and nuts. Beat until spreading consistency. Peel boiled potatoes and slice in layers into a deep baking dish. Add to each layer ginger, pecans and butter or oleo. Heat milk and sugar in top of double boiler; do not boil. Stir two beaten eggs into the hot mixture. Pour mixture over potatoes in baking dish and cover with lattice strips of rich pastry. Sprinkle pastry top with sugar and dot with butter. Bake at 325 degrees about 30 to 40 minutes or until the top is a crusty golden brown. Serves about 8 to 10. tatoes medium speed until well blended; spoon into pie shell. Bake at 425 degrees for 3545 minutes or until knife inserted halfway between center and edge of pie comes out clean. Cool before serving. Concoct various dishes with these sweet potato recipes SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3Harvest Time Yard Sale : Center of Faith Church invites the public to their Harvest Time Yard Sale, Cookout, Games and Activities day. Starting at 8:30 a.m., at 700 Vick Rd., Apopka. For information, call 407-464-9375 or visit www.centeroffaithchurch.com. Ninth Annual Lakes and Hills Garden Club Garden Tour: 10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m., and November 4th, from 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m., at the Mount Dora Area Chamber of Commerce, 341 N. Alexander St., Mount Dora. This rare opportunity will allow visitors to enjoy the distinctive private gardens. For information, call 352-383-4613 or the Mount Dora Chamber at 352-3832165.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4Beginning Racewalking Program: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-8864231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., at The First Baptist Church of Apopka. Activities include Bible study, craft time, and singing for ages 5 years through 5th grade. For more information, call First Baptist at 407-886-2628.MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Beginning Racewalking Program: 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. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds 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. Toastmasters: 7:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m., 180 E Main St., Apopka, in the **Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce building. For more information, call 407-880-3855 or 407-880-9595 or visit www.Apopkatoastmasters.org.TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6Walk and Talk: 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at Magnolia Park. Call 407886-4231 for more information. Watercolor Painting Class: SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City of Apopka Fran Carlton Center. Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Apopka Garden Club Meeting: 10:00 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Apopka. For information, contact Sharon at 407-889-2628. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: the month at 12:00 noon, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. GFWC Apopka Womans Club Board Meeting: 5:00 p.m. at the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce. Please RSVP to 407-8892872. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for nonmembers. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www. aaog.tv.WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonsupport organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407-886-1147. Crafts & Chatter and Board Games: 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. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. Come and join the fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-703-1631 for information. Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: At 10:15 a.m., lasts approximately 15 min. every Wed. For infants birth to 18 months, OCLS North Orange Branch.* Toddler Time: At 10:45 a.m., every Wed., Especially for children ages 18 to 36 months and lasts approximately 20 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Storybook Fun for Your Little One: At 11:15 a.m. every Wed. Recommended for children ages and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.*City Council Meeting: 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 407-703-1704. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central, in Apopka. Call 407-880-0335 for information. Taste of Apopka: 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m., at the Apopka-Business Expo at 555 Lake Border Dr., Apopka. Cost of tickets are $20 in advance, or $25 the day of the event. Tickets are available at the Chamber or at the door. For information, call 407886-1441. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. at Porkies BBQ, 256 E. Main St., Apopka. Every Thursday night will feature drawings, prizes, trophies and just plain showing off. For information, call 407-880-3351 or 407-814-9678. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for nonmembers. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www. aaog.tv. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784.UPCOMING EVENTS Fall Mineral, Gem and Bead Show: November 9th, from 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m., and November 10, at 10:00 a.m., at the Orange County Fairgrounds, 4603 W. Colonial Dr., Orlando. Vendors will be selling beads, minerals, gems, custom jewelry, fossils, artifacts and more. There will be door prizes by the hour, a silent auction, demonstrations, and family activities. For information, visit www.cfmgs.org. Bear Lake United Methodist Church Bazaar: November 10, from 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., at 1010 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, call 321-972-6047. Free to Breathe Run/Walk: Saturday, November 10, registration and check-ins will start at 7:00 a.m., the run/walk will start around 8:30 a.m., at Moss Park, 12901 Moss Park Rd., Orlando. For more information, to register or donate, visit www.FreetoBreathe.org/orlando. The Tenth Street Church of Christ Community Outreach & Health Fair: Saturday, November 10, from 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., at the Tenth Street Church of Christ, 157 W. Tenth St., Apopka. There will be free screenings for blood sugar, blood pressure, HIV testing, immunizations, blood donations and more! For information call Jackie Odei at 407-272-0139. Fall Owl Fest: The Avian Reconditioning Center will hold its seventh annual Fall Owl Fest, from 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., at 323 W. Lester Rd., Apopka. The family-friendly event will feature live music, nature exhibits, a kid zone which will feature a bounce house, face painting, crafts and prizes, course, owls! Admission is free. For information, call 407-461-1056 or visit www.arc4raptors.org. Apopka Christmas Parade: Foliage Sertoma Club of Apopka will hold the 36th annual Parade on December 8, from 10:00 a.m. noon. For information about the parade, call Deviese at 407-886-4331. Kiwanis Club Meeting: Meetings will be held every fourth Tuesday, at 6:00 p.m., for dinner or 6:30 p.m., for the meeting only, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. For more information, contact Stuart Harris at 407-889-5305; 591 N. Park Ave., #996, Apopka. Club of Orlando: Meetings will be held every third Tuesday of each month starting in September through May, from 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m., at the Elks Club, 12 N. Primrose Dr., Orlando. Active duty wives are also welcome to attend. For information contact Marty Harrison at 407-886-1922 or Ellen Paul at 407-696-4809. Ministry offers Free Meal : The Open Heart Kitchen presented by the Gold Years Senior Ministry of St. Paul AME Church, will offer a free meal held on the third Monday of each month. From noon to 4:00 p.m., at 1012 S. Park Ave., Apopka. For information, call 407-889-4464. Saturday Night Cruise: Held the last Saturday of every month, from 5:00 9:00 p.m., at Roc City Diner, in the Wekiva Riverwalk Plaza. Music by Laurie, Queen of the Hop! Open to all makes and models, 10% off Cruiser meals, great food, shopping, 50/50, prizes and surprises!ONGOING EVENTSAfter-School Youth Program : The New Journey Youth Center program for youth, ages 12-19, that will offer tutoring in academics, art, music, began Tuesday, September 4, from 1:00 6:00 p.m., at John H. Bridges Community Center, Bldg. A, 445 W. 13th Street. 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. Utility Bill Payment Assistance : 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. Personal Wellness & Management Coach offering Free Camp: 6:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m., every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Kit Land Nelson Park. Call Jennifer, 407-948-5603 for details. Bridge Games and Classes: Every Monday and Friday morning at 9:15 a.m., at the Lake County Duplicate Bridge Club, 510 W. Key Ave., Eustis. Learn or play the most popular and talked about card game in the world. Newcomers are always welcome. For more serious and experienced players, games are held Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons at 1:15 p.m. For more information, call 352-3159934 or visit lakeduplicate.com. Seniors Meals on Wheels: is looking for volunteer drivers. The routes are open Monday through Friday, each route taking about an hour. Anyone who can give an hour once a week, please call 407-615-8982. Hospital Health Course Offered : The Living Healthy Program at Florida Hospital Apopka designed to help those with chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and more. Call 407-625-7048 to learn more about free chronic disease self-management courses. Free Educational Hands-On Programs: The Orange County Fire Rescue Department offers free programs such as CPR, citizens preventive health care presentations, and several other programs and services. They can be taught in English or Spanish. For information or a complete list, call 407-8369081 or email OCFRD_PubEd@ Zellwood Garden Club: Members continue to collect old cell phones for the Sheriffs Department. Call 407-886-5023 for pick up. Ministry Collecting Toys: Extended Hand Outreach, a 501(c)3 that assists local charities with provisions, is currently collecting toys for Christmas in September. In October, the charity offers the opportunity to adopt a family for the holidays. The organization is also collecting travel-sized hygeine products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, to give For more information, call 800962-2622. Computer Classes in both English and Spanish: Available daily or weekly at OCLS North Orange Branch.* Classes are: Computer Basics, Excel, Word Resume Writing, Email for Seniors, ELLIS English Lab, Word, Online Job Searches, Power Point, Internet, Open Lab, How to use a mouse and keyboard, etc. Call OCLS North Orange Branch* for more details. Habitat Volunteers: Sign up to month of November! Go to www. habitat-apopka.volunteerhub.com and register for event. If you are new, register by clicking on the right, and sign up for Covenant Place. We need help hanging doors, installing trim, prep for painting, painting, landscaping, and cleaning for occupancy! To volunteer in the Apopka Habitats Re-Store, call 407-8808881 or 407-696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. The Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, bereavement organization to meet 7 p.m., Apopka Assembly of God, 951 N. Park Avenue, Apopka. Meetings will be held on third Thursday of month, at same time and location and will usually last 60-90 minutes. For info, call 407-209-9980, or email rie.averybayer@aol.com.************Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce, 180 E. Main St., Apopka. For more info, call 407-886-1441. *(OCLS) Orange County Public Library North Orange Branch Address: 1211 E. Semoran Boulevard, Apopka 436 (Semoran) and Thompson Road. www.ocls.info. To reserve a space, call 407-835-7323.Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or email ads@theapopkachief.com.To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, call 407-886-2777. or Visit the Web site at www.theapopkachief.com. $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county) CANCELLED HAPPY THANKSGIVING!Belly Dance Classes : 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.Tennis Programs : 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 GFWC Apopka Womans Club General Meeting: 7:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church. Please RSVP to 407889-2872. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with notice. For info., call City Clerk 407-703-1704.Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with notice. For info., call City Clerk 407-703-1704.City Council Meeting: 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. GFWC Apopka Womans Club Board Meeting: 5:00 p.m. at the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce. Please RSVP to 407-889-2872. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with notice. For info., call City Clerk 407-703-1704.Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: 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!Balling For Jesus: 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Play basketball at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Bobby Scott at 407-247-5553 or email jadamone@aol.com. Ministry Needs Personal-sized Hygiene items: Extended Hand Outreach, a nonstoves, a bike and a window air conditioning unit, for those in need. They are also collecting travel-sized 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 800-962-2622, email extendedhandapopka@gmail.com or visit www.facebook.com/extendedhandoutreach.City Council Meeting: 8:00 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.

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 9B consistent basis throughout the game. er of a game, Apopka has been ries. For the season, Apopka is numbers in any season, but passing threat Apopka has this season, it creates a tough scethe season for Wekivas seniors will come against a tough foe, hometown rival Apopka. For Apopka, the issue is sical effort by the Blue Dartif either team goes into this game without a high level of intensity. I really think the early part of the game will go a long way have a fourth-quarter game or half. Early big plays from takes by Wekiva, might make this for an ugly one. But, if the Mustangs give the Blue Dartto move the ball with some consistency so they can keep just a few plays late in the game. this game easily, but I think the Mustangs will keep it close for a while. The Blue Darters will ally win going away, much The score will be Apopka Continued from page 3B The Apopka Blue Darters boys basketball at Apopka High. giveaways.Basketball team plans preseason eventPEP: Darters average 303 rushing per gameWith ve Apopka High School baseball players on the team, the Orlando Baseball Academy travel team won the inaugural Prospect Wire Underclass Fall National Championship Sunday, October 28, at the Vero Beach Sports Complex, the former spring training home of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Players shown and their high schools are, (l-r), front row, Carlos Arroyo, Lake Brantley; Nate Sterijevski, East Ridge; Kyle Wiseman, Eustis; Jacob Southern, Apopka; Jack Shenton, Winter Park; Jordan Hicks, Apopka; Bobby Ornes, East Ridge; and Michael Bulmer, Winter Park. 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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 10B about his players taking Wekiva lightly due to its 1-7 record, Darlington didnt think it would happen. I dont know if they know the record, he said about his players. I just know every year, the games gotten closer. Y es, it has. no senior class and no chance against the Blue Darters in a game played in a driving rainstorm. Even though the Mustangs returned the opening kickoff deep into Apopka territory, they managed just a score in a 57-3 Apopka romp. The second game was a contest until the third quarter when the Darters eventually pulled away from the Mustangs to record a high-scoring 65-28 victory. Apopka controlled the third game in the series, recording a second-straight 37-point win, although it was much lower scoring at 43-6. Two years ago, it was a solid Apopka victory, but the 35-14 win wasnt near as comfortable. Then, last season, the Mustangs kept the Blue Darters very uneasy before falling 49-33. That 16-point differ games and 38 points better than The problem for Wekiva this season is that the Apopka streak, averaging 53 points per outing during that stretch. That is one thing Rick (Darlington) is great at, Parker said. Hes got a great offensive mind. He will put you defensively in a position where you may be able to defend one thing, but are you able to defend all things? This year, hes also added a spread element, which his son (quarterback Zack Darlington) allows him that ability. Being able to go four wide challenges you defensively. There are so many nuances to his rush game. Now, hes actually got a pass game. Defensively weve got to know where that fullback or blocking back is going. Its the little details were going to make sure we do. We have to make sure we eliminate those mistakes. We have to focus on ourselves. If we eliminate our mistakes, were better off with a chance to win. Throughout the current hot streak, the Blue Darters have run the spread offense and the single wing, opposite offenses in philosophy, but both have been productive for Apopka. Early this season, they ran a of fense. In addition, they have sprinkled in the I-formation. I think weve got a good game plan, just a mix of stuff, Darlington said. He was complimentary of the Mustangs. They are a good-looking team. Any team that runs the option is dangerous. They beat Boone and scored 22 on Olympia (a team that beat Apopka 38-17). You have to play assignment football against the option, Darlington said. Darlington said he expects to see a familiar defense when the Darters have the ball. It looks like theyre (Wekiva) trying to play exactly what we are playing here (defensively). They are playing good technique. Theyre coached up pretty good and theyre aggressive in the secondary. Keeping the Apopka offense from getting into the end zone is much easier said than done, so it may come down to how well Wekivas offense moves the ball and the chains. Long, time-consuming drives that end in scores will be Wekivas best shot at pulling the upset because it will keep Apop W e have to have a fouryard-a-play mentality, Parker said about his offense. The key is the offense getting four yards a pop. Sooner or later, something will pop (for a long gain). We have to give it time, it will kick in. the season, the Tater Bowl contest will be Senior Night for the Mustangs with the pre-game festivities set to begin at 7 p.m. Continued from page 1Bupped their led to 15-0 when they drove 76 yards, scoring on a 30-yard run by Darlington, who found himself with plenty of room on an option play. His 19-yard pass to Cox and an 18-yarder to Isom helped the Blue Darters go the distance W ilson added the extra point, Apopka led 15-0 with 1:08 left in the opening period. turnovers, however, came on a muffed punt return for the second week in a row. Early in the second period with the Blue Darters leading 15-0, the Apopka defense forced the Eagles into a three-and-out, but the punt was fumbled and two plays later, Edgewater was on the board with Arthur Browns end-around 33-yard run. Apopka maintained a two-score lead at 15-6 when the extra point was no good. Edgewater picked off Darlingtons next pass attempt, but the Apopka defense responded as Woodman couldnt connect on three straight passes. The Blue Darters responded with a scoring drive this time, marching 74 yards in seven plays. Just like a lot of the game, it Apopka was called for holding sion and Edgewater was called for defensive pass interference and a personal foul. Blocker ended the possession with a seven-yard scoring run. Wilsons extra point gave the Darters a 22-6 lead with 6:18 left until halftime. gether a long drive, moving 83 yards for a touchdown, most of it on Woodmans arm, in his scoring pass to Waynedriko Smith. Woodmans pass to Keith Dilley on the 2-point conversion pulled the Eagles to within 22-14. The turning point of the onds of the third quarter when the Blue Darters converted two Edgewater turnovers into touchdowns. play of the second half when Johnny Robinson recovered an Edgewater fumble. Two plays later, Blocker found his way into the end zone on a 29-yard run. Wilsons extra point built Apopkas lead to 29-14. Edgewater pretty much lost any chance it had for winning the game on the next play after the ensuing kickoff as J.J. Simmons was in perfect position to pick off a tipped pass and he scampered 23 yards for the touchdown. After Wilson nailed the extra point, the Darters led 36-14 with 9:51 still remaining in the third period. The Eagles did respond, driving 80 yards for a score when Woodman hit Tim Miller on a 27-yard pass with 6:25 left in the third. Apopka still led 3620 after the 2-point conversion try failed. The teams exchanged punts and the Blue Darters got their offense in gear again, marching 41 yards for another Blocker score, this one on a three-yard run. Wilson gave the Darters a 43-20 lead with 1:00 left in the third quarter. The big play of the drive was a 21-yard screen pass from Darlington to Isom. Simmons second interception of the game gave the ball back to the Darters and Apopka drove 76 yards in just six plays with Blocker scoring on a second straight three-yard run. Darlington hit tight end Trey Hendrickson for a 45-yard gain to move the Darters deep into Edgewater territory. Wilsons extra point gave the Darters a 50-20 lead with 10:04 still in the game. W ith Apopka doing little more than running the ball up the middle from its single-wing offense, the Blue Darters drove 94 yards to end the game with Cox scoring on an 11-yard run with just 26 seconds left. The clock ran out and no extra point was attempted. Apopka Edge. First downs 27 14 Rushes-yards 56-346 12-55 Passing yards 192 186 Com-Att-Int 9-14-1 17-38-2 Fumbles-lost 4-3 1-1 Penalties-yards 12-120 4-53 Apopka 15 7 21 13 56 Edgewater 0 14 6 0 20 Ap-Blocker 10 run (Blocker run), 7:44 1st; Ap-Darlington 30 run (Wilson kick), 1:08 1st; E-Brown 33 run (kick failed), 10:57 2nd; Ap-Blocker 7 run (Wilson kick), 6:18 2nd; E-W. Smith 20 pass from Woodman (Dilley pass from Woodman), 4:42 2nd; Ap-Blocker 29 run (Wilson kick), 9:58 3rd; Ap-Simmons 23 interception return (Wilson kick), 9:51 3rd; E-Miller 27 pass from Woodman (pass failed), 6:25 3rd; Ap-Blocker 3 run (Wilson kick), 1:00 3rd; ApBlocker 3 run (Wilson kick), 10:04 4th; Ap-Cox 11 run (no attempt), :26 4th. Individual statistics Rushing: Apopka-Blocker 26-179, 5TD; Darlingon 11-77, 1TD; Cox 8-57, 1TD; Isom 10-44; Team 1-(11). Edgewater-Brown 1-33, 1TD; Clark 7-22; Woodman 3-0; Team 1-0. Passing: Apopka-Darlington 9-14-1, 192; Blocker 0-1-0, 0; Team 0-1-0, 0. Edgewater-Woodman 17-38-2, 186, 2TD. Receiving: Apopka-Isom 3-70; Hendrickson 1-45; Wittrock 2-43; Cox 2-33; Blocker 1-1. Edgewater-Miller 5-98, 1TD; W. Smith-4-44, 1TD; Dilley 3-19; Clark 2-12; Bell 1-7; D. Smith 2-6. A-600 Continued from page 1BHello Folks, W e have had some week, dont you think? With the storm goin up the coast and the wind blowin like crazy last weekend, it was hard to get on the wind was still blowin earlier this week and it looks like we are goin to have some windy days ahead of us, includin the upcomin weekend. Please keep your family and friends in the northeast in your thoughts and prayers over the next few days. They have been hit hard by Sandy. good up until the storm started to churn up the lakes and the rivers in our area. I know of one angler who got on the water Friday before the storm nothin to brag about but he did catch a few bass. Its goin to take a few days for everythin to get settled down, but once it The specks are bitin a little early this year and folks are havin a blast catchin em. Captain Joe has been gettin some excellent reports in our area on specks. Lake Monroe has been really hot. Once the wind settles down, get ya some minners and jigs, and head to the lake. You need to use a brightly colored jig like, pink, orange, lemon orange, or chartreuse. You need to tip em with a minner and you keep your jig close to the bottom. Y ou can also catch some nice specks in Lake Dorr in the Ocala Forest. The lake level has come up with the rain we had last week, so gettin in and out of the ramp is a lot easier now. You need to drift the middle of the lake with jigs tipped with a minner, too. You can use the same colored jigs I mentioned before or try a gold ice jig, or the red rooster. The red rooster is a gold ice jig with a red head. Tip it with a minner and you are good to go. If you go to the Har smaller lakes like Lake Carlton. Most of the specks are in the middle of the lake. If you have a little wind, try driftin across the middle of the lake with jigs tipped with a minner. Y ou should be able to catch some bass in the St. Johns Riv feeder creeks, or watchin for the bass to feed on the bait pods movin up and down the river. You can catch em on Rat-LTraps, and top-water baits that make a lot of noise. W ell thats it for this week. I hope the wind settles down a little and you get a chance to get on the water and catch some See ya next week. T ip of the week: drift the middle. Save a few and good luck! The Apopka High School baseball program will hold its annual golf tournament Saturday November 3, to raise funds for the 2013 AHS baseball season. The tournament will be held at Black Bear Golf Club in Eustis, and will have a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Lunch will be provided after the golf round. The price of a foursome for the golf tournament is $300 or $75 per person. A silent auction will be held for various items and golf hole sponsorships are $100 each. For more information on the golf tournament, contact Apopka head baseball coach Eric Lassiter by email at wil liam.lassiter@ocps.net or Steve Schwarze at steven.schwarze@ ocps.net. Beef O Bradys of Apopka will host an Apopka High School Special Olympics Night Monday, November 12, from 4-10 p.m. Proceeds from the event will help the Apopka High School Special Olympics program in its upcoming trip to participate in the Florida Special Olympics Fall Classic State Softball Tournament November 16-18 at ESPNs Wide World of Sports at the Walt Disney World Resort.Game: Contest is Senior Night for about 20 Wekiva High School seniorsApopka: Two turnovers early in the third quarter led to two quick AHS touchdowns Wind has been blowing heavily over the past several days in Central FloridaWekivas Lea Campopiano controls the ball Monday, October 29, during the Mustangs season opener against the Freedom Patriots. The Mustangs fell 9-1 to the Patriots, but rebounded Wednesday, October 31, in a District 5A-5 game against Ocoee, defeating the Knights, 8-0. Campopiano, a sophomore, had three goals and four assists in the victory. Goalkeeper Cynthia Lugo recorded the shutout. The Mustangs played at Evans Thursday, November 1, past press time. Wekiva will travel to Lake Brantley Monday, November 5, before hosting Olympia Wednesday, November 7, and traveling to Boone Thursday, November 8. Mustangs open regular season By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff For the Apopka High boys bowling team, the 2012 season matched the description its coach gave when the season started. When the team entered the season with a completely new lineup, coach John Hauser described his team as one opponents might be able to defeat, but they would still need to bring their top game for it to happen. And with a couple of breaks Apopka might even contend for the District 8 championship. The Blue Darters recorded an 11-5 record, defeating every team with a lesser record, but falling to all on the schedule with a higher winning percentage. Its season ended the same four contending for the district championship, Apopka came up 35 pins short of advancing to which was held Tuesday, October 30, at Brunswick Wekiva Lanes in Apopka. Fourteen teams make up the district. The nal round from the preliminary round. The preliminary round was a total pin format. Each of The scores were then added together. After three games were bowled, the totals of each wasn t quite good enough as Winter Park ad 2,830, which put Apopka at the top of the list of teams not considered to be among the highest caliber. The top seed was captured by Trinity Prep which tallied 3,117 pins. Circle Christian and Wekiva followed with totals of 3,060 and 2,937, respectively. Playing a double-elimina claimed the 2012 championship, defeating Cir The failure to advance past the preliminary result of the team losing all of its regular starters for the last two years due to graduation. The Apopka girls team totaled 1,747 pins, which placed them 10th. Coached by Todd Hauser, (Johns son) and with three players in the lineup who were freshmen, the Blue Darters faced a rebuilding season. It is expected to make a big improvement in both its record and showing at the district championship tournament next year. season with 11-5 overall recordApopka High School baseball team will hold fundraising golf tournamentBeefs will host Special Olympics Night

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The Apopka Chief, November 2, 2012, Page 11B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff A new dawn is nothing new for the Wekiva High boys soccer program as it has had multiple coaches during its relatively short history. However, this new dawn has begun with the program instantly gaining credibility as it has started with a man whose life has been soccer. The founder and director of the Complete Soccer Academy in Apopka, John Cassidy was hired during the off-season to take over the program. I am very excited about taking over the program and what it offers, Cassidy said. There are a lot of resources which are available toward turning Wekiva into a strong program with tradition, starting with the support and the athletic departments willingness to work together. Personally, I decided to apply and accept the position because it is the right time in my life to get back into coaching high school. I want to stay and build something which will make this school and its athletic department feel like it can be proud of and is pointed to as a standard for athletic tradition. As a coach who comes from the club/youth developmental ranks, he sees building a winning program about developing talent which is prosion-style game as a team. He has won with the philosophy of the best defense is a good brought the emphasis of winning is important, but playing well is crucial as he begins the task of developing that character and style for the program. Or in other words, if a team is playing its best and does the little things which playing its style requires, the winning will take care of itself. The coaches will be relying on senior Luis Medina and junior Cody Vankerschaever to provide the centerpiece of its methodology and how it goes about the business of winning. We can do a lot of different things and play a lot of different styles, Cassidy said. which sets up teammates and opens up lanes for those teamopen space, which comes from a great soccer vision. But their biggest assets, as far as building a winning program, are off work ethic and as good as they are, they are still willing to put the time and effort it takes to continue to improve. They have a great attitude and learn from their mistakes. Of course, all of those traits are common in all great players, because no matter how good a player is, he still has to develop the talent and that comes from a willingness to practice. When the other players see that, they want to keep up. If our centerpieces can continue to do those things and push themselves to continue to get better, then the other players certainly can, too. This is a group that gets along with each other to begin with, but having them as our centerpiece really we are more likely to be successful. It is no secret or something unusual that winning teams have a strong chemistry. The team will use a 5-3-2 formation/style (defense-midseason. The 5-3-2 lends itself to teams which have a lot of playtime. Because it is based on play. It doesnt require players to overlap and cover each others positions. It also, and more importantly, is used for a team which tral components of the best-defense-is-a-good-offense style. This formation/style has three central defenders (possibly with one acting as a sweeper.) The 5-3-2 relies heavily on the wingbacks providing width for the team. The two wide fullbacks act as wingbacks. It along the full length of the pitch, supporting both the denumber indicates, it is focused on defense and scoring by trapping the opponents players in the defensive zone which creates odd-man rushes during counterattacks. As far as the kind of opportunity coaching Wekiva is, I took the position because there is a lot of good talent in this area and at the school, Cassidy said. There is just too much of it here for this program to not win. And there is the component of an eagerness to learn as much as possible, which is a part of players being coachable. That goes back to what I said about Luis and Cody. They set the tone, but that eagerness and coachability in general is already here. The inner desire that pushes a player is already there. They are receptive to us coaching them and the team follows it. But they need some guidance in how to do it and the players look to Luis and Cody as the example of how to do it in a way which makes the team better. That is something which sometimes isnt thought about. But, as a coach, it is something we place an emphasis on. It is one of those behind-the-scenes elements which make a big difference in how the team plays, and between winning and losing. Again, a player or a team can have great talent and skill, but it has to be developed and that is where we coaches come in. It is our job to guide the players towards developing team to use that to its utmost. At an early age, Cassidy developed a passion for soccer and several adult mentors encouraged it. After his college days, his passion and his appreciation for his mentors led to him co-founding the Complete Soccer Academy as a training facility for youth soccer players. After several years of training soccer players in New York, he founded the academys second branch in Apopka and Apopka FC, the academys playing club. He has also served as a high school coach during his career, leaving it about 15 years ago. Although Cassidy is the man in the forefront as the head coach, the new dawn also brings another coach who has been involved in soccer and, in particular, the club/developmental ranks. That man is Carlos Osorio. He has been Cassidys long-time assistant and brings another 25 years of experience to Wekiva. He also played professionally in Columbias highest skilled league. John Andrews, who coached the junior varsity team last year, returns in the same position. Carlos and I have known each other and coached together a long time, Cassidy said. We have been so successful and worked together for so long because we have the same vision and approach the game the same way. That is also a great example for the players. We come from different backgrounds, but have made it work with success and championships because of our belief in each other and respect for each other. When those exist, it makes it possible to do what we have done together. I also want to thank Brian Charboneau (Wekiva girls soccer coach). He has been a great help and because of him, we started ahead of where a team with a new coaching staff usually does. We were able to get into our strategy and learning to execute our style right away. That is a big part of what I was referring to when I talked about the whole community and athletic department being supportive of everyone and programs. There is a feeling at Wekiva that when one team wins, all the programs are successful and everyone takes pride in all of the athletic accomplishments. The season begins Tuesday, November 6, against Bishop Moore on the road. District 5A-5 games are against Apopka, Ocoee, Olympia, Dr. Phillips, West Orange, and Gateway. The team will also participate in the Ocoee tournament of 2013.Wekiva High boys soccer team enters season with new coach A golf tournament to benity in Seminole County and Greater Apopka will be Saturday, November 3, at 8:30 a.m. at Errol Estates Golf Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. Registration is from 7-8 a.m. The event will feature a four-person scramble with shotgun start. 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