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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: 11-23-2012
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apopka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Apopka
Coordinates: 28.676075 x -81.510618 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for <Jun. 7, 1950-Dec. 26, 1956> also have numbering of: West Orange news.
General Note: Description based on: Vol.1,no. 12 (Jun. 7, 1950).
General Note: Issues for <1998>-published
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The Apopka ChiefNovember 23, 2012, Page 1B See the story at the top of the page about last playoff victory for the Apopka Blue Darters football team, as well as Darters will host the are $8. SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff In what has become a familiar tune, the Apopka Blue Darters will face the Timber Creek Wolves in the playoffs. However, instead of it being ro Conference foes will face each other in a Region 8A-1 day, November 23, at ApopKickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $8 at the gate. The game will be broadwww.1520thebiz.com. by downing University 4535 last week, while Timber Creek (10-1) whipped Olympia 41-21. The Blue Darters own a 3-1 record in their battles against the Wolves, but the Timber Creek victory came last year when the Wolves handed Apopka a shocking 20-0 loss. Just as they always have under coach Jim Buckridge, the Wolves are relying on a solid ball-control rushing game complemented by a solid defense, but this year, they back Jacques Patrick. Just a sophomore, he has passed the 2,000-yard rushing mark this season and has attracted plenty of attention from the top college programs around the nation. Im glad that we have a home game, but everybody talks about their back, ApopBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Early on in their preseason game against the Lake Brantley Patriots, the Apopka Blue Darters boys basketball team was getting plenty of shots in the paint, but couldnt knock many of them down, and the Patriots were staying right with the Darters. But, just as they did two nights earlier against Rockledge, the Blue Darters went on a hot streak on both ends of the court to fuel a huge run and take control of the game. The result was a 60-43 Apopka victory over the Patriots Thursday, November 15, in a preseason game played at Wekiva High as part of the Leading 11-10 with 5:55 left in the second period, Apopka closed the quarter and half on a 23-3 run to take a 34-13 lead into the locker room at halftime. Against Rockledge two nights prior, the Darters had a 12-point lead that stretched to 34 with a 22-0 run. We had really good ener said. Weve got to get better, but I was pleased. Using its pressing man-toman defense, the Blue Darters had 19 steals against the Patriots and converted many of them into buckets in transition. Blue Darters got plenty of good looks, but couldnt convert a lot of them. I think well shoot it better (in the future), Ruta said. College of Charleston-signee Joe Chealey, Deion four steals each. Once the Darters started knocking down the shots, they came in bunches, as six Apopka players contributed during the 23-3 stretch. Chealey hit a pair of 3-pointers to lead Apopka with 6 during the run. DenBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff In the postseason, the mantra is just win and move on; it doesnt have to be pretty. of the Class 8A playoffs cer tainly wasnt a thing of beauty, but what it was, was a 4535 victory over the University Cougars. off win since 2009 for the Blue round of the playoffs the past two years. defense helped the Blue Darters overcome four turnovers en route to a 21-7 halftime lead, as Universitys only points came on an interception return. In the second half, it was the offenses turn to pick up the defense, as the Cougars scored four touchdowns, but the Apopka offense countered with 24 points of its own. We couldnt stop their passing game (in the second half). Thank goodness we answered every time (University scored), Apopka coach Rick Darlington said. The defense good that we rely on each other stress. Throughout the game, the one constant was Apopkas rushing game, as the Blue Darters ran for 536 yards on 46 attempts with senior Jevric Blocker leading the way. He had a huge night, rushing for 325 yards on 23 carries, scor ing three times. Also crossing the goal line three times for Apopka was Chandler Cox, who scored on consecutive car ries. He was second in rushing for Apopka with 79 yards on nine carries. Also putting up solid rushing totals were Ray Ray Smith, who had 71 yards in just two attempts, and Zack Darlington who added 56 yards on seven carries. The Blue Darters were never behind, scoring on the There will be a doubleNovember 23, for Apopka Blue Darters sports fans and the school has a bargain for fans. There is, of course, the nal football playoff game between the Apopka High football team and the Timber Creek Wolves at 7:30 p.m. at the Apopka High boys basketball team will play today at 5 p.m. in Joe A. Sterling Gymnasium. Tickets to the football game are $8, a price set by the Association, but for that same price, Apopka fans who attend the basketball game will receive a ticket to the basketball game and one to the football game. Blue Darters will host the Sarasota Riverview Rams in the season opener. A ticket to the basketball game only will be $5. The Blue Darters defeated Rockledge and Lake Brantley last week in a pair of preseason games played at Wekiva High School. Apopka will continue its opening week of basketball Saturday, November 24, when the Blue Darters face the Osceola Kowboys in the at Wekiva. Tip-off is set for 9:30 p.m. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff ketball coach Scott Williams and his staff came to the school to establish its program during the summer of 2007, they already had a reputation for not only building programs from the ground up, but for lifting them into state championship contenders. Two calendar years ago, tangible oncourt success that culminated with a run to season tournament which comes with it, occurred. On the heels of that, another tangs into a premiere program on a yearly basis was put into play with the creation lenge event. It was successful on several levels and in accomplishing several goals for both the quality of the program as well as for what it represents. On the dawn of the third edition of be continuing as Wekiva opens its 2012-13 season with a team on the brink of returnThe question is whether it an be put togeth ning as well as the centerpiece of it. The 23, and Saturday, November 24. Were excited about the third event this year, Williams said. We feel we have to create an event in which people associIn general, there are three elements which championship programs have: They are the most tangible, being competitive and then becoming a team which wins games, getting players in college and an image and brand which the program can hang its hat on as far as being associated with. We wanted to hang our hat on this event because we strongly believe it can successfully translate into that association with The quality of the product playing basketball from the start has been the kind which basketball fans appreciate and it has grown from there. The attention to and the talent doesnt get it as it should either. There is some great basketball being played in this area, but there arent a lot showcasing the quality of play in the area promotes it and provides the exposure to gain more of that attention. Seventeen games will take place dur Blue Darters down University, 45-35, Apopka hosts Timber Creek in second roundWho: Apopka Blue Darters (9-2) When: Where: Apopka High Why: Class 8A reCost: $8 at the gate Radio: Jevric Blocker rushed for 325 yards and three touchdowns in the 45-35 victory over the University Cougars. Wekiva coach Scott Williams and the Mustangs will host the annual Metro vs. Florida Challenge this weekend. Apopkas Joe Chealey (1) and Montay Thompson guard Lake Brantley John Becher during the Blue Darters 60-43 victory Thursday, November 15, in a preseason game. See APOPKA Page 5B See HOST Page 11B 7:15 p.m. Wekiva vs. Bartow Noon Wekiva vs. Lake Minneola 9:30 p.m. Apopka vs. Osceola program. Wekiva coach Scott Williams Wekiva hosting 17 boys basketball games over two days See CHALLENGE Page 13BFree basketball game at AHS with purchase Scoring run fuels basketball victory See SCORING Page 11B

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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 3B For a game that stood at 24-7 until late in the third round playoff victory over University turned out to be a high-scoring affair. kas offense moved the ball well, but stopped itself with four turnovers. The Blue Darters still managed to score 21 ters, but handed the Cougars on an interception return for a touchdown. A 21-7 lead is usually thought of as a good thing in a playoff game, but had Apopka been able to keep control of the ball, the Darters might have had a 35-0 lead at halftime. While the turnovers stopped at halftime, the Apopka defense inexplicably gave 14:35 of the game. Prior to Universitys scoring drive that ended in its second score of the game with 2:35 left in the third period, the Cougars had The bottom line is that the Blue Darters won and advanced, which is all that matters in the postseason. But, the reality remains that the deeper a team goes into the playoffs, the smaller the margin of error. The Blue Darters have to largely eliminate those turnovers and cant afford 12 penalties for 110 yards, either, if they have designs on playing a third playoff game. As it was, Apopkas vicfor the Blue Darters since a 7-0 win over Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast in 2009. The past two seasons, Apopka has been one and done. Apopka coach Rick Darlington says he hopes his team is not two and through. Basketball feast While we are heavy into the football postseason, the boys basketball season is just beginning and it will be a veritable Thanksgiving-style feast for hoops fans this weekend at Wekiva High. Coach Scott Williams and the Mustangs are hosting 17 games today, Friday, November 23, and Saturday, November 24, in the Metro vs. Florida Challenge. Its a great event for hoops junkies, as there are plenty of very good high school basketball teams that will participate. We have a story about the two-day event, along with the schedule, so learn something about it and take in a few games, or all 17. Tickets are $10 for a one-day pass or $15 for a two-day ticket. Wekiva is playing each day, today, Friday, November 23, at 7:15 p.m. against Bartow, and Saturday, November 24, at noon against Lake Minneola. The Apopka Blue game of the Challenge in what is scheduled for a 9:30 p.m. tip Saturday, November 24, against the Osceola Kowboys. Apopka will actually open the regular season today, Friday, November 23, in a 5 p.m. game against the Sarasota Riverview Rams. The Apopka High athletic administration is offering an $8 ticket that includes both the basketball game against Riverview and the football playoff game at 7:30 p.m. against the Timber Creek Wolves. A basketballonly ticket will be $5. The Florida High School Athletic Association sets the football game ticket price at $8, so, in essence, admission to the basketball game is free. Such a deal! Timber Creek at Apopka these teams have met in the the second round. Apopka is 3-1 against the Wolves, but youll remember vividly Timber Creeks 20-0 victory over the Blue Darters last season in the regional game carries the added weight of a second-round game, as just 16 Class 8A teams will play this week. Apopka and Timber Creek have just two common opponents, Olympia and University, and there is no use comparing the two because you can make an argument for either team. The Blue Darters beat Univerround of the playoffs, while University beat Timber Creek 40-26 four weeks ago. Olympia handled Apopka 38-21 in the third game of the season, while Timber Creek thumped the Titans by 20 points twice, once early in the regular season and last week. The key to the game, as I see it, is how Apopka handles Timber Creek running back Jacques Patrick. Hes just a sophomore, but has rushed for more than 2,000 yards in 11 games and hes got plenty of interest from the top college programs in the nation. Hes a stud with a football in his hands. Apopka should be able to move the ball on the Wolves, but I dont expect them to keep scoring at the high pace they have over the past two months. It may take 30 points to win this game, but I dont see it being a game like the fourth quarter of the Apopka-University game where it was more like a tennis match with the ball bouncing from one end zone to the other. The Blue Darters cannot have four turnovers like they did against University and expect to beat Timber Creek. I dont care if the Wolves lost to the Cougars in the regular season; Timber Creek is the better team. Penalties are another thing that has cropped up lately in Apopkas play. Some Hello Folks, Well, by the time you read this column, Thanksgivin will be over, and the leftovers will be gone. I hope everyone had a great Thanksgivin and you had some time with family and friends. If you are off durin the weekend, I hope you get a The specks are bitin and the bass are startin to get ready to go on the beds, so they are they go on the beds. So now is specks are bitin in most all the lakes in our area. Folks are doin real good in Lake Monroe, Lake Jessup, Lake Harney, and Lake Woodruff. Most of the specks are still in deep water. You need to drift in open water until you locate em. Some folks like to slow troll with a Beetle Spin, or a 1/4-oz. Rat-L-Trap until they drift over em with a jig tipped a minner on a cork or bobber, but make sure your minner is close to the bottom. You should be able to catch some specks in about 7 ft. to 8 ft. of water. Most folks with a minner are still usin brightly colored jigs. Some of the best colors the past couple of weeks have been pink, lemon-orange, chartreuse and, of course, the red rooster, which is head. The specks are startin to bite in the Harris Chain. Most of the bigger specks are bein caught in Lake Carlton and Lake Dora. Folks are driftin with jigs tipped with a minner in the coves, and where you have some bottom changes, where there is a oneto twosome specks hangin out in those areas. We have a full moon comin up next week, on Wednesday, November 28, so if the wind lays down a little and we dont have too many overcast ally good. As I reported earlier, the this week because we may get some early spawners. The weather has been a little cooler, but I dont think the water has cooled down enough yet to push the bass on the beds. The Butler Chain and the Conway Chain have been good chains to are still in deeper water, but Im feedin near the shoreline early in the mornin. Those bass have been feedin on shiners, spinnerbaits, and swim-baits. You can also catch some nice bass around the cover on plastic toads and frogs. Once the top-water bite is in deeper water with plastic worms. Junebug and watermelon seed with red glitter have ers. You can troll one out bethe mouth of the canals and the feeder creeks in the St. Johns River for some good bass action. nice bass in those areas early in the mornin when the bass are around the mouth of the canal. Well, I hope you had a great Thanksgivin and Ill see ya next week. Tip of the week: specks deep. Save a few and good luck! For more playoff games, Darters must cut down on mistakesEven the leftovers may be gone when you read thisof that can be attributed to ofly mistakes being made that A relatively mistake-free game by Apopka should give reason for a happy day after Thanksgiving for the Blue Darters unless Patrick has a huge night. The Blue Darters have been pretty good against the run and that bodes well for the home team in this case. It should be a close game as both teams like to run the ball and play good defense. Apopka by 4 Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 11A of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 3B of this newspaper. Were NOW At Our New Location:(Across From Apopka Memorial Middle School)The Apopka Chief & The Planterand Apopka Of ce Supply 400 N. Park Ave. Apopka, FL 32712 From time to time, as space allows, The Apopka Chief will print cartoons generated by Bert Rummel, who, along with his wife Pam and children, has been a resident of Apopka since 1999. Rummel expresses his own humorous life experiences through Bertram, a cartoon character created and developed by him in 2003. If Bertram puts a smile on someones face, then my cartoons and artwork are a success, said Rummel.Lil Pigskins Look for Chief Jr. school news in the November 30 issue ofThe Apopka ChiefNewspaper. www.theapopkachief.com www.theapopkachief.com

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Due to a change in schedule, the Apopka Recreation Departments annual Turkey annual Reindeer 5K Fun Run and Walk Saturday, December 1, beginning promptly at 7:30 a.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. A free childrens run will begin at This is an un-timed, un-scored fun run, said Lorena Potter, Parks and Recreation Department manager. There will be commemorative Reindeer Run t-shirt. In the spirit of holiday merriment, the eight fastest male and female reindeer (runners) will receive awards. Be sure to look at the The cost to pre-register is $15 plus a Fishes. Participants may pre-register at the Northwest Recreation Complex MondayFriday, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 N. Forest Avenue, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; or online at www.apopka.net. Participants may also register on the day of the event for $20 plus a toy. Students, age 11 and older, may register for $10. Come run or walk for a great cause and make a difference in the life of a child this holiday season, Potter said. For safety reasons, baby joggers/ strollers, bicycles, roller skates, in-line skates and dogs will be prohibited from the racecourse. The use of headphones is discouraged. For more information, call 407-7031784 or visit www.apopka.net. If a law enforcement agency charges you with a crime and this paper reports that information, please notify us within 90 days if the charge is later dropped or if you are found not guilty by the court. After verifying the information, we will be happy to publish it. Please send The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-886-2777. In the period from November 12-18, the Apopka Police Department received 934 calls for assistance, responded to 8 tions and made 25 arrests. Of these arrests, 4 were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana not more struction without violence and disturb peace school. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Miguel Angel Salazar, 24, 800 E. USA Ln., Apopka, driving with license suspended 2nd offense. Leonor Alvarado Ceballos, 46, 253 N. Central Ave., Apopka, operate vehicle without drivers license. Kyle W. Stenulson, 18, 516 Lake Bridge Ln., Apopka, battery-touch or strike. Jason Delorean Crawford, 29, 2310 Rockwood Dr., Apopka, driving while license suspended or revoked. Len Latarus Pugh, 33, 1117 S. Robinson Dr., Apopka, cocaine possession, possession marijuana not more then 20 grams, possession and/or use of drug equipment. Andrea A. Bautista, 19, 325 Rolfe Dr., Apopka, aggravated assault with deadly weapon without intent. Jason Lloyd Biggs, 23, 2916 Danforth, Orlando, battery-touch or strike. William Terrell Self, 31, 4529 Rossmore Dr., Orlando, driving with license suspended habitual offender. Michela A. Sanseverino, 27, 2911 Backiel Dr., Orlando, possession controlled substance without prescription X 2, advertise drug paraphernalia. Michael A. Graham, 40, 1125 Apopka Blvd., Apopka, possession cocaine, warrantcapias arrest. Lindor Celius, 21, 210 E. 17th St., Apopka, burglary unoccupied dwelling unarmed, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Stacy D. Terrell Jr., 19, 34 Davis Ct., Apopka, burglary unoccupied dwelling unarmed, out violence, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. James M. Wilburn, 19, 202 N. Thompson Rd., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Natosha Lynn Kelber, 33, 1136 Timberlane Rd. Apopka, out violence. Alvin Gene Knight, 47, 312 E. 7th St., Apopka, possession cocaine, possession marijuana not more than 20 grams, possession and/or use of drug equipment. Blake Cameron Chambers, 22, 1412-D Oak Place, Apopka, battery touch or strike. Paul J. Soto, 22, 507 South Ave., Eustis, burglary occupied dwelling unarmed X 3. Kimberly Ann Torrey, 27, 2239 Sandy Ln., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense.Police Beat Citys Reindeer Fun Run and Walk set for Dec. 1 Celebrating 23Years! Family owned & operated. $17.95Includes Safety InspectionUp to 5 qts Oil MOST CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS. No Dealers Please. Exp. 11-30-12Plus $1.50 Disposal Fee CARDS 1000 E. Semoran Blvd. (Hwy 436) CARDS 407-884-8060 LUBE, OIL & FILTER 407-880-82211779 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka (Across from WalMart)Our Reputation Is Earned... Not Given same location cfar.mechanicnet.comMon-Fri 8am 6pm, Closed Sat and Sun FREE Computerized Diagnostic With Any Repair $75 Value We Sweat the Small Stuff PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. 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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 5B they were never really comfortably ahead, as their biggest lead was 17 points at times in the second half. In fact, things got a little tighter than Apopka wanted late in the game when the Cougars scored with 3:09 remain ing in the fourth period to nar row Apopkas lead to 45-35 and then recovered an onside kick. The Blue Darters stiffened on defense until a fourthand-21 situation from its own 44-yard line when University nearly converted. Stephen Ulmer hit William Solomon over the middle and he appeared to ka 35-yard line with 2:09 remaining in the game. However, when the chains were stretched for the measurement, the Cougars were literally millimeters away, as the referee had to get on his knees to look at the ball he could determine that the Cougars had fallen short. But, when he did, it set off a celebration by the Apopka players, coaches, and fans as the victory was assured. Had the Blue Darters been able to keep control of the ball wouldnt have been so close. Apopka lost two fumbles and the Cougars picked off two passes, one of which was returned 42 yards for a touchdown by Ruben Avalos. It was Universitys only score of the The Blue Darters opened the scoring with a 65-yard drive on the initial possession of the game. Blocker scored from one-yard out, two plays after Zack Darlington ran 16 yards to the 1-yard line. The Blue Darters had to overcome one of their 12 penalties of the game to push the ball into the end zone. Brett Wilson, who had another solid night kicking the ball, nailed the extra point to give Apopka a 7-0 lead with Apopkas defense held the until midway through the second period, but the Blue Darters turned the ball over twice, once on a fumble and once on ly scoring again. This time, Apopka marched 80 yards on a drive that included a fake punt that Rakeem Smith converted when he gained three yards on a fourth-and-1 from the University 45-yard line. Blocker once again had the scoring honors, scampering in from six yards out and when Wilson added the extra point, the Darters had a 14-0 lead with 6:41 left in the second period. However, the turnover bug was still in Apopkas system as Avalos picked off a Zack Dar lington pass that was hurried due to a strong rush from the left side of the University defense, and it was returned 42 yards for the score to cut Apopkas lead to 14-7 with 3:41 left in the second period. Blue Darters had the two touchdown-lead again when Cox scored from the 2-yard line. Blocker picked up 73 of the drives 78 yards on just three carries before Coxs touchdown. Wilsons extra point gave Apopka a 21-7 lead that the Darters took into the locker room at halftime. The senior placekicker third period when he kicked a half. His kick extended Apopkas lead to 24-7 with 7:49 left in the third. The Blue Darters started the possession at the University 46 after a fake punt by the Cougars was cut well short by Apopkas J.J. Simmons who undercut Gage Smith for a oneyard loss on the run. The teams traded punts thats when things really got interesting. Ulmer rammed it in from the 2-yard line with 2:35 in the third to pull the Cougars to within 24-14. However, Apopka answered in just four plays with Cox scoring from a yard out with 1:25 left in the third to give the Darters a 31-14 lead after Wilsons extra point. Universitys top running back, Shadon Seabrook, was held to just 109 yards on 26 carries, but he picked up his longest run of the night, 27 yards, on the next drive and it helped the Cougars score again when Ulmer hit Brad Harris on a 10-yard pass just 38 seconds into the fourth period to narrow Apopkas lead to 31-21. Again, Apopka answered quickly, driving 65 yards as Cox scored on a four-yard scampered 52 yards before being tackled. Wilson extended Apopkas lead to 38-21 with 9:53 left in the fourth quarter. The scoring fest contin ued as the Cougars scored three plays later when Harris caught a short pass from Ulmer and turned it into a 72-yard scor ing play only 53 seconds after Apopkas score. That trimmed Apopka pushed the lead back to 17 when Blocker scored again from six yards out. The big play of the drive was a 64-yard pass completion from Darlington to Trey Hendrickson who dragged a University defender 15-20 yards to the 5-yard line. point of the game for the Blue Darters when he added the extra point with 6:31 left in the fourth quarter. nal touchdown of the game when Ulmer hit Brandon Pylar on a seven-yard scoring toss. Universitys recovered onside kick followed, but it wasnt enough to overcome Apophome playoff game ended in defeat. Apopka Univ. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Com-Att-Int Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Apopka University Individual statistics Beras 2-4. Continued from page 1BApopka: Teams combined for 35 points in fourth quarter of playoff game Jevric Blocker dives into the end zone for an Apopka touchdown, one of three he scored to go along with his 325 yards rushing. As a team, the Blue Darters gained 536 yards on the ground. Apopka center Dazzie Morris talks on the sideline during the Blue Darters 45-35 victory over University. Chandler Cox rushed for 79 yards and three touchdowns in the Blue Darters victory. Isaiah Buehler leads the Blue Darters on to the eld while carrying the American ag. The Apopka Blue Darters marching band played during halftime of the football game, as well as in the stands during the contest. Chris Cannon is the AHS band director. The Apopka Blue Darters varsity football cheerleading squad kept bundled up on a cool night at University High School.As Apopkas players anxiously await the ruling, game ofcials look at a late-game measurement. They ruled in Apopkas favor.

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Another Thanksgiving now is nearly history and soon well be, once again, welcom ing another Christmass return visit. Finding great gifts for family and friends now is our focus, but we dont want excessive and time consuming shopping for all those gifts as well as their cost in these tough-economy times to dim the wonder ful glittering brightness of Christmas that we love and look forward to or to diminish the spiritual joys that are the reason for this Christmas season. Happily, smart holiday gift-givers who know how to cook and who enjoy creating good food have an easier and more enjoy able option than battling crowds and emptying already too-near-bare wallets and purses. Delicious home-baked gifts of food are a very personal and very delicious way of wishing good friends a great Christmas. The only store-run will be for recipe ingredients and maybe a prettily lined decora tive seasonal basket or box tied with holiday ribbon for presentation of your edible gift. This idea likely wont work for your young nephew or niece who has hinted, often, that she or he really, really would like a new bike or skates, of course, or for your retired father-in-law youve noticed eyeing the For all your countless friends, co-workers and all of the so many so-very-nice neighbors, however, an unexpected simpler but very tasty gift of a home-baked cake or food item should please those happily surprised recipients. They will be happy you were thinking of them all the time it took for you to put so much dedicated time and work into those edible hand-crafted gifts and will understand they are an expression of your appreciation of the very important role they play in your life. The happiest-of-all person involved in this Christmas experience, however, will be the giver, because a great amount of personal joy always accompanies such labors of love and doing something special for or giving something special to others turns around to become its own reward. Giving truly is and always was what Christmas is all about, beginning back in Bethlehem on one extraordinarily starlit night when a most amazing gift was handed down from heaven to all mankind. Enjoy cooking up the gift-appropriate recipes below from some of the Apopka areas best cooks and celebrate every magChristmas season! LILLIAN CLEGHORNS SPICED PECANS Recipe from A Christian Cookbook 1 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon cloves, ground 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup water 2 cups pecan halves Combine sugar, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, salt and water in a saucepan and mix well. Place on medium heat and stir mixture continuously until it boils. Continue cooking until mixture reaches soft-ball stage. Remove from heat. Stir pecans into hot mixture. Stir with wooden spoon until syrup coats nuts and they become glazed. Spread on waxed paper to cool. HOLIDAY WREATHS Recipe from Favorite Recipes of Sweetwater Oaks 1/3 cup margarine or butter 1 package regular-size marshmallows (10-ounces, about 40 marshmallows) 1 teaspoon green food coloring 6 cups green food coloring Red cinnamon candies Melt margarine in large saucepan over low heat. Add marshmallows and cook, stirring constantly, until marshmallows melt and mixture is syrupy. Remove from heat. Stir ly shape about one-fourth a cup of the corn wreaths with red cinnamon candies. Recipe yields about 16 wreaths. ture into buttered 5-1/2 cup ring mold or shape into ring on serving plate. Remove from mold and dot with red candies. Slice to serve. Put candle in center of mold. Note: Name of this recipes contributor is not included in this cookbook. MARGARERUITE NOWELLS APPLE MUFFINS Recipe from A Christian Cookbook 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 cups diced golden delicious apples 1 egg 1/4 cup vegetable oil 3/4 cup sugar 1/2 cup coconut 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1 cup walnuts, chopped Add remaining ingredients. Mix well. Spoon Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 35 minutes. AUDREY KARWONDYS MONKEY BREAD Recipe from Favorite Recipes of Sweetwater Oaks 3 packages Pillsbury Buttermilk biscuits (10 biscuits each) 1 tablespoon cinnamon 1 cup granulated sugar 1 cup brown sugar 1 stick margarine or butter Place cinnamon and granulated sugar in a paper bag. Cut biscuits in quarters. Shake quartered biscuits in the bag of sugar and cinnamon. Place each piece in an angel food or Bundt pan. Melt brown sugar and margarine together and pour over biscuits in pan. Add a few pecans if you wish. Place in a cold oven. Set cold oven at 350 degrees and leave to bake for 30 minutes. After baking, allow to sit for 10 minutes before removing from pan. LINDA SPAULDINGS HOLIDAY GIFT CAKE Recipe from Favorite Recipes of Sweetwater Oaks 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese 1 cup margarine 1-1/2 cups sugar 1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla 4 eggs 1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder 3/4 cup (8-ounce jar) maraschino cherries, chopped, well-drained 1/2 cup chopped pecans ries Heat the oven to 325 degrees. Thoroughly blend softened cream cheese, margarine, sugar and vanilla. Add eggs, one at a time, mixing well after each addition. Gradfourths cup chopped cherries and half-cup chopped pecans. Fold into batter. Grease 10-inch Bundt pan or tube pan. Sprinkle with pan. Bake at 325 degrees for one hour and move from pan. SANDY BOVES AMBROSIA COOKIES Recipe from A Taste of Heaven 1 cup butter 1 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup coconut 1 cup brown sugar 2 eggs, beaten 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/2 cup salt 1-1/2 cups oatmeal 1 cup pecans, chopped 1 cup raisins 1 cup dates, chopped 1 tablespoon each orange and lemon rind 1 tablespoon vanilla Cream the butter with sugars and add soda. Combine with butter mixture. Mix by hand the remaining ingredients. Drop by teaspoon onto ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for twelve minutes. Store cookies in a closed container. (A little aging makes these cookies taste even better, this recipes contributor wrote in a footnote.) CAROL AUSTIN BROGANS FRIENDSHIP PECAN PIE Recipe from Sharing Our Finest Cookbook 1 cup light brown sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup melted butter 3 eggs, well beaten 1 cup white corn syrup 1 cup pecan halves 1 teaspoon vanilla Mix ingredients in order given. Pour into unbaked deep pie shell. Bake at 350 for one hour or until set in center and knife blade comes out clean. Foolproof and delicious, promises this recipes contributor in a footnote. CHARLENE COELLS CHERRIES IN THE SNOW Recipe from Sharing Our Finest Cookbook 1-1/4 cup graham cracker crumbs 3/4 stick margarine 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese 1 package Dream Whip, mixed and whipped 3 tablespoon sugar er crumbs and margarine) together and add three tablespoons sugar. Put half of a white mixture of cream cheese and prepared Dream Whip on this graham cracker pie crust, then on top of that the white mixture. If you want the pie even higher, cover top of pie with another package of Dream Whip. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24Cross-country Race: at 1:00 Sports.com. For more information, call 513-518-0528 or email SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25Beginning Racewalking Program: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at F.U.S.I.O.N. 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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 10B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff there is a swag in the air around the Wekiva High boys basketball program as the 2012-13 season begins, and its coaching staff is excited. After consecutive 16-11 seasons which endtrict championship tournament at the hands of the eventual champion, head coach Scott Williams said his team has an opportunity to be awfully good, because it is coming into this season with the development of its younger players occur ring over the six months of the off-season. We are entering the season as a team which is more cast of nameless teammates, Williams said. Last season, we were more than Josh, too. But, we were limited in what we could do outside of Josh. We could do some very speposition of being relevant for the district championship and it was prominent in our defense. Our defense was our center piece of the means which won games for us. It allowed us to get by with a team that was played opponents who were in that second tier. But to progress, we needed to beat the top-ranked, top teams, starting with Olympia and West Orange in our district. Both were ranked in the states limited in the number of areas of the game we could do cer tain things. The core (of Wekivas team) is almost the same. But it has grown into a much less limited core as they are now juniors and seniors capable of doing more of those cer tain things which cover more areas of the game. A number of them have developed into shotmakers. We have cultivated a good blend of perimeter and inside play, which started with better shooting. Last years team shot and averaged 47.46 points per game. That breaks down to goals and 33 percent for threepoint attempts. The team actually attempted more threeto 367. At the top of the list for the reasons for such an odd ratio was the lack of shotmakers. And the reason at the top of the list was because of its lack of being able to get the ball inside the paint. So, there was clearly a domino effect. Going one step further, during the off-season between the 2010-2011 and 2009-2010 seasons, Williams was high on his 2011-2012 team. It was young and inexperienced, but he believed his talented team had what it took in its make up and its foundational structure to surprise opponents, especially towards the end of the season. He was right, as deation, it compiled a 16-11 over 8A-3 standings. But Williams was right to tangs defeated eight non-district opponents who were stateranked in their respective classes, but it lost to district rivals West Orange and Olympia all the district tournament. ing was the general tangible ciency was the most visible, what Williams described was cies caused and it continued throughout the 2011-2012 season in every loss. Working hand-in-hand, not only was the story the same for the 11 losses in the fact Wekiva played with a differ ent emotional state, but the appreciation and within that context the recognition of the value of how it played on both defense and offense changed. As Williams said, the bottom line was the team was passive on offense and didnt force opponents to change its means of getting the ball off the dribble. And when that happened, the opponent was never put in the position of having to play its best to win. When Wekiva wasnt failing to do those two things, it won. And so that was how the team approached further devel oping itself this off-season. We are excited about this years team because of how much they have developed dur ing the off-season and the reason was the players as a group, began learning to appreciate and within the context of it the value of how it played offense and defense, Williams said. When we started doing that, our limitations became less and less, and the areas we had trouble in also decreased. Last season, this group went through everything I described at that time and now. Coaches are always talking about experience. But for us what was important in them going through what they did last year was coming to understand where Of course, once the problem is rected. We are not just excit ed about the year because of what the players can do skillwise and as a team now, but because of the kind of charac ter and personality the players have as ballplayers, the nontangible stuff like toughness and poise. That has come from going through what we did last season. Throughout its history, the grind-it-out, bump-and-pound mentality coupled with enough athleticism to use it to run and create enough open shots. It has used that style partially due to the fact it has never had a true front court or even a true power, front-court player for that matter, a big man who stands with his back to the basket and turns to it once he receives the ball and forced opponents offenses to change shots or passes when on defense. As a result, each team has used a man-toman motion offense and a variety of man-to-man defenses which emphasize half-court traps. But it has served the program well as its records and, in particular, the 2011-2012 season indicates. It not only posted the 16-11 record with its did so with only two seniors and multiple players being suspended from the team, which is another reason for the excite ment. All of the players who will be in the rotation have been in the program for at least three years, which adds another layer of maturity. Of course, the discussion regarding Wekiva will always begin and start with seHe is not only the face of the program, but is as strong a name around the sport as there is. He was a member of sourcehoops.com player recruiting rating top-100 as a freshman. Since his freshman year, he has continued to rise in the ranksition. He averaged 14.6 points per game last season and won four games last year on the shot. He is also the schools alltime leading scorer. He recent ly signed to play for Southeastern Louisiana. But while the teams competitiveness will most tangi mances, it will only get better with the emergence of other players scoring and setting up teammates. In the words of Williams, so much of our offense went through Josh last year that we were very predict able. With the development of our team, Josh can now choose and pick his spots. The emergence of 6-foot-8 Willie Carmichael as a true traditional, middle-of-the-paint, post-player also lessens the teams reliance and heaviness on the guard position and perimeter. As a sophomore playing ball, he averaged 5.04 points and 4.54 rebounds per game, but was not a starter when the season began. He started 16 of the 28 games. During last weeks Preseason Tip-Off Classic at Wekiva, he showed just how productive offensively and how disruptive he can be defensively as he poured in 26 points and ripped down 12 rebounds against Rockledge while he blocked or changed the opponents shot selection more than 10 times. He has long arms and height, Williams said. But he has the athletic ability and quickness to go with it. Him being able to give us a true center or post player for the I say that because he worked hard during the summer and the biggest improvement was and strength. He is now a solid traditional center, the kind who plays with his back to the basket and then turns to it and fronts the defense when he receives the ball. As physically strong as our frontcourt was on the 2010-2011 team, they were Opponents will have to change how they look at us now. He has work to do, but at this point, he has developed the ability to alter opponents shots, which is what a traditional center is supposed to do. If he stays out of foul trouble, we expect him to have a big year, with the opportunity to force teams to have to change how they look at us as far as strategy. At the other guard position is Nathan Powell. His emer tangs because it offers them versatility. He can score double digits and defend. Last season, he was always posted against the opponents best offensive player, its leading scorer and that will continue. Williams explained he can do that because of his blend of strength and quickness as a part of his athleticism. He is considered on the same level as Apopkas Joe Chealey, Dr. Phillips Rashawn Powell and Boones Conference has to offer. He is also on the ESPNU top-100 player rankings As far as versatility, Nate is as good as there is at the high school level, Williams said. He might be our most impor tant player because he allows us to not have to use Josh on the opponents best players. When we have to use Josh on the opponents best player, it takes away from what he can do for us offensively. He has a versatility at the level he does to play both offense and defense rarely seen in a high school player. He can guard the top guards, including Chealey, Powell and Taylor, in ways others cant. He has worked his way into being a top-100 prospect and he had a great off-season. The big question for us is not using him up and, in particular, keep him fresh for the postseason. The other two starters Grant. Both started last season deep on the depth chart, but moved up steadily and eventu ally became starters at the end of the season. Utilizing Rubens skillset is important as a comple ment to Willie, Williams said. It is like using Nate to relieve Josh from having to do everything. In particular, having to account for Ruben allows us to be more aggressive because teams cant key on Willie. Last season, we saw glimpses of just how good Jabari can be and he improved tremendously during the off-season. It is now time for him to do it consistently under the lights of game action. He is the most noticeable of all the players developing into those shotmakers. He has created a lot of looks for himself over the off-season and he can drive the lane. Jared Brown is the teams sixth man, although Williams describes him as sixth starter and that was put into effect during the game against Rockand out that game, Brown got the start and scored double digits while dishing out several assists. He will see as much time as the starters and in critical moments. Having three guards is also incredibly critical to us developing further, Williams said. Sometimes, a team has two guards who have bad games. But it is almost never heard of for three to have a bad game. Does a team have enough ball-handling is always a big question. Jared gives us the comfort of knowing we can survive and the luxury of having three options. We trust all three guards to handle the ball. He can also spot up for the trey and protects the ball well against physical teams. He was solid last year and he continued to get better. He and our second unit, in gener al, give us the depth we were missing last year. The only concern we have for them is a lack of experience and reputa tion. The rest of the roster consists of Stevenson Polynice, gram, Elijah Wright, and KenPolynice, and Hollis are the only seniors on the team. With the experience of going through last year and the depth, we are prepared to have a good year, Williams said. We have some room to improve, but the areas which were the weak links last season have been improved through gaining experience and physical maturation. They were the major ones as far what usually is the difference between being a 16-11, good team like we were, and a championship team. The players care deeply about the front of the jersey. They have some swag and expect to be successful. The chal lenge is sharing the responsibility, the burdens and the ball. are juniors and their improve ment is what takes us from a dangerous team that might be able to knock off a couple of the powers to a team playing in By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff ketball teams play against the Rockledge Raiders Thursday, November which has put this years squad as one to keep an eye on as it took a 64-44 tantly, the victory seemed to be a pretime in its history and the most tangi ble reason it is being looked at the way it is, a true power, inside game with center Willie Carmichael. He produced a monster 26-point, 12-rebound game. The Raiders got a lot better, They deserve a lot of credit. It was obvious they put some work in. But we got a lot better, too. It was obvious by how we played tonight that the son. Our ball handling and defense was much cleaner. It was a businesslike performance in the sense we came out and were focused on cleaning up what we didnt do Tuesday, starting with cutting down on the bad fouls and limiting the turnovers we commit stop-and-go play was a problem, but our offense and defense was much smoother tonight. It was the result of different players doing some differ ent things and not all of it shows up in the box score. But tonights victory started and ended with Willies performance. Granted, it was against a shorter frontcourt, but he did what he was supposed to and teams usually win when they get that kind of perfor mance from its big man. Rockledge took a 3-0 lead on for only 2:29. Carmichael received a pass in the paint from the left side of the free throw line. On the right side of the paint, he spun towards the basket and took a leaning 12-foot jumper. He converted it, giving Wekiva the lead at 4-3. Wekiva would never relin the only period of the game Rockledge provided a threat tangs scored 12 consecutive points. blocked and then Carmichael tipped called for an offensive charge and the ended with Nate Powell draining a 15foot jump shot from the left side of the baseline. of the baseline and dropped in a soft lay-up to up the lead to 10-3. The run another 15-foot jumper from the side of the paint after his stop-and-go move gave him a direct look at the basket. Rockledge turned the ball over 14 the blocked shot and three missed tangs dumping in another 10 consecutive points to extend the lead to 25-6 would remain between 16 and 22 for most of the game. At halftime, Wekiva led, 33-17. However, the lead was cut to 4028 with 1:25 left in the third period as Rockledge scored on three consecutive offensive possessions. Carmi chael, Powell and Jabari Grant re-entered the game and over the next three possessions, Wekiva took the lead back to 17 at 45-28. After Jequan Henry convert ed a free throw, Carmichael grabbed a rebound on the defensive end and passed the ball to Powell to begin the fast break. Powell returned the favor, passing the ball back to Carmichael, leading him inside the paint and into yet another lay up. Powell then inter cepted the subsequent inbound pass and before any of the Raiders could roe scored on a lay-up with 52 seconds left in the third period. Wekivas lead was 47-31 at the end of the third quarter. 20-point victory despite not having Southeastern Louisiana-signee Josh jury. We also did a better job of getting the ball to where we needed to ing smoother, Williams said. It is encouraging to get a win without Josh. We were disappointed we couldnt get him out tonight after his game Tuesday night. He knew he didnt play well. He wasnt aggressive. He wanted and we wanted to get him back out Mustangs looking for outstanding basketball seasonWillie Carmichael snags a rebound during Wekivas preseason victory last week over the Rockledge Raiders.Wekiva lands second preseason victory with solid, overall effortRuben Monroe leans in to take a shot in the Mustangs victory over the Rockledge Raiders. See MUSTANGS Page 11B

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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 11B ka coach Rick Darlington said. Hes obviously pretty special. Once he gets going, hes tough to bring down. Youve got to the line. Hell take a hit in the get going. Hes perfect for their offense. Sure tackling will be important for the Blue Darters. Its everything. If we just go and try to hit him, then hell run right over us, Darlington said. While Timber Creek runs mostly out of the I-formation, the Wolves will also throw in some one-back and wildcat for mations. Their passing game is made up mostly of play-action. Apopka, meanwhile, will counter with its own strong rushing game that has emerged as the Darters run from the spread, but will also mix in the I-formation and the single wing. Last week, the Blue Darters rushed for 536 yards against University with senior Jevric Blocker accounting for 325 yards on just 23 carries. However, the Darters also had four turnovers and were called for 12 penalties. Those things are a lack of discipline, Darlington said. Timber Creek has changed some of its defensive looks, Darlington said. Theyre very well known for running the 4-4, but they dont look like that anymore. Against Winter Park and Olympia, they were in the 3-4. That was very different to see. Weve got to prepare for odd and even fronts. The win last week over current players on Apopkas squad and Darlington is hoping that his squad will advance again. Were not one and done this year, but hopefully, were not two and through. We need to go win again. had four each. Haleem Brown contributed three points and Justin Storr added one during the decisive run. The Patriots fought back during the second half, but could get no closer than 15 points. At one point, Apopka had a 45-19 lead when Brown hit a bucket with 3:01 left in the third period, as Ruta cleared the bench in the second half. As they did against Rockledge, Apopka rebounded well, grabbing 10 offensive boards and 22 on the defensive end against the bigger Patriots. Dennison led Apopka with six rebounds. The Blue Darters also had four blocks and managed 13 assists. Chealey led the Blue Darters with 16 points, as he was four-of-six from behind the al solid game, scoring 14, while Dennison contributed 11 off the bench. The other Apopka scor ers were, Brown-9, Thompson-4, Ty Dix-3, Storr, Roy Rosario, and Claude Coleman-1 each. Despite a successful preseason, the Blue Darters begin the regular season just like every other team, at 0-0. Apopwill be in Joe A. Sterling Gymber 23, in a rare 5 p.m. varsity-only start against the Sarasota Riverview Rams. The game time was changed due to the Apopka High football teams home playoff game against the Timber Creek Wolves today, The Apopka basketball teams next game will be Saturday, November 24, when the Blue Darters take on the Osceola Kowboys at Wekiva The Apopka-Osceola conday event and is slated to begin at 9:30 p.m. Admission is $10 per day or $15 for two days. Nine games will be played toeight are scheduled for Satur day, November 24.Scoring: Chealey led Apopka with 16 pointsMustangs: Host: Both teams have strong rushing games Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1Bon the court tonight. All of the other players we are counting on to be a part of our rotation did what we needed them to. Obviously, Willie was the big gun scoring, but we had several other players contribute. Nates versatility was of both Josh and Elijah at different times tonight. It was really exciting to watch Henry. He continued to do the lit tle things which affect games like we have seen in practice. He forced Rockledge to guard on the perimeter, especially because of his rebounding and defense. It got us into our offense quickly and sparked it. The Raiders shot 47.1 per they took only 34 attempts. The on 48 attempts (52.1 percent). goal attempts because of its ofof its 27 rebounds were on the offensive end. Rockledge totaled only 14 for the game. It also had the advantage in attempts because of the turngame with 25 compared to 11 for Wekiva. Jared (Brown) was also Josh, Williams said. We obviously are counting on Jared, because he is our third point guard and when Nate or Josh are out, he is the next player on the depth chart. But tonight job of running the offense and disrupted theirs. It allowed us to use Nate inside at times tonight. And we also won the battle of the loose ball, another element which doesnt always show up on the stat sheet. Ingram got a lot of them for us. Our other performance we were happy with and very encouraged with as a sign of getting what we need from him liams said. We need him to convert those 12to 15-foot range shots and play defense in that area. He did both tonight. He did a good job of getting into his comfort zone in that 12to 15-foot range early. We are still developing and have to press with our consistency and ability to stay focused throughout the game, but tonight, we made a big improvement and that is what a team wants as it is getting ready to play the regular season. second leading scorer, adding tangs. Rockledges high scor Jonathon Johnson added another 11. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Last season, nine of Wekiva Highs girls weightlifters championship, the most in its trict 7 champion. And that was a team which considered itself to be rebuilding. That was because almost all of those state were lifting competitively for of athletes who put Wekiva on the map as a state power and regular presence at the state championship meet. And while the impressive success continued up to quali fying for the state champion ship meet, the greenness of the met the other teams who are of the same state presence cali two points at the state meet, the worst results it had ever experienced at that meet during its Entering the 2012 season with almost the same roster, which includes several lift ers who were in the mix for a berth now having another year to mature as weightlifters and physically, the goal is lofty but simple. Wekiva is poised and primed to not only return to its previous status as a top-10 at the state championship meet, but as a top-three presence and give the perennial state cham pion Spruce Creek its stiffest challenge to date for the ulti mate prize. As this year starts, it is about making gains at the state championship meet, Wekiva We have worked very hard to the top three at the state cham pionship meet. That is the goal. There is no reason we cant do it. We had a disappointing per formance at the state champi onship meet. But to be able to place is better than almost all of the other teams in the state. We had nine lifters qualify. There were only about six other teams that can say they had that many Scoring enough points to having numbers in how many qualify for the state champion cent. So, we are already in the position a team wants to be in when the season starts, to have 90 percent of its lifters already qualifying for the state cham pionship meet. Perhaps it had something to do with the lift ers being nervous, because they were young and it was the go from just having the numbers to scoring. That was talked about during the off-season and in response, we did something we never did before. During the off-season, the athletes held conditioning practices which make it possible to handle the grind of working out on a regular basis, both the actual strain it puts on the body, as well as, and perhaps most importantly, the mental and emotional grind it is. Although we didnt score a lot at the state championship meet, to have so many lifters who were in the regular lineup ther ahead of where we should have been. Then, we spent the off-season working on our conditioning. The result is everyone is lifting at least 20 pounds more than they did when last season ended. We are starting this season with our veterans already ahead of where they need to be. It is about perfect ing techniques and motion, the little things. The little things are the difference when competing against other teams capable of ultimately whether that goal is achieved or not. In weightlift ing, it is the concepts of when to bend or not bend the elbow, when to or not to pause dur ing the bench-press or rolling an elbow. With the ability to lift more weight, everyone has pounds of body weight, which is critical in doing those little things. It provides more of a base and balance to do them. Regina Nestor was the only Wekiva lifter who scored points at the state championship meet as she lifted a combined total of in the 183-pound weight class. However, the 2012-13 roster is almost the same as the previous year and translates to returning. Besides Nestor, Jarae Bar gaineer (101 pounds), Tia SinRogers (129 pounds), Shaniah Irvin (139 pounds), Shanlyn Dickson (169 pounds) and championship meet. through sixth place earn points toward the teams totempted bench lifts, as well as clean-and-jerk lifts. The highest amount of weight among the three lifts for each are added together. Bargaineeer lifted a combined total of 240 pounds, which placed her seventh. That hind sixth place. Irvin earned ninth place, but it was 30 pounds short of sixth. All the other Wekiva lift 10 and the difference in the amount lifted was at least 25 pounds. There are 10 weight classes. In regular season meets, two lifters from each school can compete in each weight class. spectively. The rest of Wekivas regular lineup will consist of Agera Sinclaire (110 pounds/Tias sister), Dashanique Stokes (119 pounds), Tawanah Johnson (119 pounds), Naomi Brown pin (129 pounds), Alexis Pollack (154 pounds), Octavia Henderson (154 pounds), Sydney Johnson (183 pounds), Jasmine Ely (unlimited), and Regan Berry (unlimited). The three lifters who will be competing in the 119-pound weight class will probably be rotated throughout the season. None has stood out above the two other lifters. Johnson will this season. The 119-pound weight class is also important been its weakest class throughout its history. Although the class might not be able to put up the weight the others will, its depth makes it competi tive with opponents. And if the 119-pound weight class is the teams weakest link, that is another good sign and reason for the states top three. It is still to be determined who the second lifters for the 169and 183-pound weight classes are as several lifters are contending for it. ship series consists of three meets, the sub-district, district, and state championship meet. Nine lifters from each weight class advance from the sub-district to the district championship meet. The lifters with the next six heaviest total amount of weight lifted among the three sub-districts also adand third place lifters (all 10 weight classes) from each district championship meet advance to the state champion ship meet. Weightlifting is not divided into multiple classes like most of the other sports. The schools located in Or ange County also compete in which is now made up of two divisions (East and West). meet last year. We were blessed with a Weightlifting is a sport which provides the means to build go hand-in-hand with success in whatever sport. Since it is a sport which the athlete doesnt have to have the stereotypical eration of athletes understood that value and used it to bring in a lot of talent. They stressed the value of the sport helping athletes outside of the sport and it attracted a lot of attention. The more attention, the more likely the talent is going to be at a high level. We have always had it but it hasnt always been ready. Like last year, we have had a couple of years where we had a good lineup, but lacked depth beyond the number one in a weight class. The interest this program has and its ability to draw top talent has always continued. It was going to sooner or later change that weakness we have had. This year was the sooner. We have a good core of young athletes on this team. We had 68 girls try out and settled on 43. Accordingly, and as is the case with all teams that talk about being a top three team among the state, Wekivas line of succession is not only continuing, but is as strong as ever as this season begins. In addition to Johnson, joining the team this year and already making their name known as present forces are Tashani Collins, Jasmine Dukes, Janaequa Clark, and Shakira Burney. I have been very pleased with our turnout this season, culmination of what I was saying about trying to change that lack of depth problem we have had. That is important, but as a complement to the off-season workout. The off-season workouts, the conditioning, and the adding of body weight, will be the difference in us getting into lenging Spruce Creek. That is about a team looking at and wanting to put in the extra effort to change what was a bad season for us. We just didnt have the experience and the talent wasnt quite as developed as it needed to be for the state cham pionship meet. But we also let some complacency creep in. We didnt push ourselves the way we needed to, to do the lit tle things I spoke about because we were undefeated. The end result was a bad state champi onship meet and it left a bad result in the teams mouth. The team not only wants to recti fy it, but to go even further. It ware. It motivated the team to be willing to do whatever it took to prepare for it during both the regular season and the postseason . The season opened with a tri-meet against Ocoee and Evans at Evans November 14. Its other meets are against hometown rival Apopka and Jones (home), Dr. Phillips and Olympia (home), as well as West Or ange and Edgewater. The District 7 West subdistrict, takes place January 9. District 7, and state meets follow on successive Wednesdays. Wekiva girls weightlifting team looking for state honorsIn the picture above left, Wekiva athlete Jarae Bargaineer lifts last year during the state championship meet, while Mattie Rogers does the same thing in the picture above right.

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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 12B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff After two serious knee injuries which limited her high school career at Wekiva, ter. Still hopeful and optimistic she can return to the basketball court for Wekiva in time for the postseason, the senior is now also recovering from her injury to play for a team which is looking to progress from day, November 16. They wanted me before and after the injury. That means they not only wanted me, but they wanted me bad. They won games in their conference championship last year, but had no post players. So they are very actively pursuing post players like me. I will play a lot of minutes from my freshman year. I want to play for a school ley State does. They recruited me as their go-to post player. I also like the coach. He 2009-10 season). The university is located one mile It is on wide open land in a valley, very scenic and inspiring to me. The class loca tions are very convenient. They are doing a lot of expansion, too. Its athletic depart ment also has a graduation rate of around 95 percent, which is one of the highest of all the historically black colleges. In genwhat takes six years. It has all of the ele ments which makes it easy to begin pursuing the degree I want to. reer as an athletic trainer, which normally takes six years of education as it is considing a four-year bachelors degree, a mini mum of two years of graduate school work is required to be employable. members of the Southwestern Athletic Conference, SWAC. The schools most prominent alum ni is Jerry Rice, perhaps the greatest wide hold the record for most catches, receiving yards and touchdowns and, of course, was Super Bowl championship teams. He also pion Oakland Raiders. The 2011-12 womens basketball team nals of the SWAC Conference Champion ship Tournament. It earned a berth to the mer Delta Devil Elvis Robinson (class of 2004). He took over the program during this past summer. gram with three other highly recruited post players. So the team will go from having no post players and playing a short line up to a three-player rotation under the basket and a power inside game in only two to still use a rotation of traps and presses as its new coach is known for using them as a complement to a strong inside game. I really like the way the whole athletic department supports everyone and all is a smaller school, there is a lot support from the administration and the university community as a whole in general. The basketball program is a 24/7 thing, too. The players and coaches are thinking about basketball 24/7. In the meantime though, she is still a senior at Wekiva and wants that last opportunity to show what she can do when healthy and, in particular, during the postseason as the big name the girls basketball program was expecting when she began her high school career. I know I didnt play as much as I expected or wanted to, but I believe I did make an impact during the time I played, turn in January and help the team dur ing the postseason. I have enjoyed being one more opportunity to have an impact and go out playing for the team as a senior in the postseason. Wekiva is a great place to be an athlete. All of the athletes and programs support each other. That is what I will remember as an athlete at Wekiva the most. We all want to know and follow each other.By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff During his freshman year, ball and then suffered a seasonending injury. But as is sometimes the case, ones life doesnt always move in the direction it seems it should. After recovering a passion in volleyball and the Lockwood family took it upon itself to mentor the outside hitter, who is now a senior. Over the past three years, the Wekiva program, as well as one of the top players in the area. That progression of what his fuvember 16, with him signing his letter of intent to play for Lime stone College, located in Gaffney, South Carolina. I decided to go to Lime stone because it was the college which showed the most interest in me and it was a lot more than viously, when a college pursues an athlete the way Limestone bly, but I also felt Limestone really believes strongly in me. Every athlete wants to play at a college which believes strongly in him or her. However, I really feel like lete. It has everything I was looking for. I enjoy the small-school atmosphere and environment. The area the school is in is very nice. I really like playing and had a lot of fun playing with the team. We clicked right away. I felt like I was one of them from the moment I walked on campus, both as a student an athlete. Limestone College is an accredited, independent coeducational non-denominational Christian, four-year liberal arts institution. pursuing a career as an athletic trainer. He will get a unique exvolleyball player and as a part of volleyball program has it own trainer on staff. He works with the volleyball players to develop skills and physical strength speIn general, I really enjoy the process of learning more about the body and how it always been into athletics. So the natural progression is to want to learn about how the body works while playing sports. In addition, I have always enjoyed helping other people out about subjects I am knowledgeable about. I feel it is important to share what I know as a role model, which athletes are, even if we are playing for a small school. Knowing about my body makes me a better player, too. I know what to do and what not to do to take care of myself. Nicknamed the Saints, Limestone has claimed six Division II national championships, 20 regular season conference championships and have won 23 conference championship tour naments. The volleyball program is son of competition was 2010. However, last season, it posted a 14-11 overall record which included a 7-3 mark in conference the Conference Carolinas championship tournament (the top four teams advance). While the future is Lime got there because of those who have helped him at Wekiva and he has another year to further solidify what he will leave behind. The teachers have been amazing in helping me get to particular, coach (Gary) Brazley was a big help. He went out of his way to advise and assist me during the selection process and deciding which school is the best Id like to be seen as a role model to the other student-ath letes at Wekiva. I hope I will be looked up to for doing what I do, being an athlete the right way. I missed my freshman year because I was injured. I never gave up and worked really hard to be able to play the next three seasons. I would like it to send the message, dont give up and always believe it is possible to come back. Always look toward the future. Wekiva volleyball player signs with LimestoneAttending the signing ceremony for Joel Muhlbach and Heather Freeman were, (l-r), front row, Johnnie Freeman, Renee Freeman, Heather Freeman, Joel Muhlbach, Daniel Muhlbach, Tamara Muhlbach, and Joann Lockwood. Back row, Mike Jacobs, Markeefe Beckett, Tommie Butts, WHS athletic director Lamarr Glenn, WHS Principal Dr. Elise Gruber, Jeff Scott, and Evan Lockwood.Heather Freeman signs basketball scholarshipTori Van Camp (seated, left) and Brittany Daniels (seated, right) of the Apopka Blue Darters fastpitch softball team signed Thursday, November 15, with Florida Gulf Coast University and Thomas University, respectively. Florida Gulf Coast is in Ft. Myers, while Thomas University is in Thomasville, Ga. In the back are, (l-r), Fred Priest, AHS athletic director; Mike MacWithey, AHS head softball coach; Mickey Hullinger, AHS assistant soft ball coach; and Doug Guthrie, AHS principal. Apopka Blue Darters boys basketball player Joe Chealey (front, second from right) signed Thursday, November 15, with the College of Charleston Cougars, an NCAA Division I school in South Carolina. Shown are, (l-r), front, brother Preston Chealey, mother Dianne Chealey, Joe Chealey, and father Willie Chealey. Back row, Fred Priest, AHS athletic director; Eddie Jenkins, former AHS basketball coach; Matt Ruta, current AHS basketball coach; and Doug Guthrie, AHS principal. AHS softball signings Chealey signs with Coll. of Charleston Blue Darters topple Lake Brantley 60-43 in preseason basketball gameApopka guard Roy Rodriguez drives for a reverse lay-up dur ing the preseason victory over Lake Brantley. Haleem Brown harasses a Lake Brantley player who has the ball. Apopka had 19 steals in the game. Deion Fields gets control of the ball after stealing it during the Blue Darters 60-43 victory over Lake Brantley.

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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 13B team in each game, hence the name of the event. Williams has compared the event to the series that the NCAAs Big-10 and Atlantic Coast Conferences hold each year, including counting the number of wins each claims. The Challenge, Wekiva is scheduled to 24, at noon. But for Wekiva, the challenge is also important to itself. The 20092010 team compiled a 19-10 record son tournament berth in the programs history. Playing in perhaps the toughest district in the state the next two been good, but not quite good enough to announce it is a regular challenge to the powers postseason regularity. Its last two teams have compiled a record nals of the District 8A-3 championship tournament, but lost to eventual district champions Dr. Phillips and West Orange. As a program which is devel oping, we need to play good, quali ty programs to start the season, Williams said of the past two years about the Challenge. Playing a tough, chal lenging schedule from the beginning of the season, prepares the team for the playoffs and that is especially true this year after earning the berth in the We play in what many people district in the state. We cant afford to miss any opportunities to prepare for the tournament. This year, he reiterated it, but fur ther did so as the coach of a team that, when analyzed and evaluated according to what it offers on paper, enters the season as close to earning its secdone. And the same is true of what it offers the other teams competing in the event. We worked very hard to put together compelling match-ups and interesting storylines for each game, Williams said. We feel we have done that, and all of the teams are in a situation they can measure themselves they might be concerned about us. Of course, as the host team, we are the featured team and our game is the headliner. But we arent the only team and game with that kind of attention and pull. The 2012 Challenge has a couple of other games which have teams playing in them drawing attention from around the state, not just this area. When I describe the lack of attention, matching those kinds of teams to play each other to highlight I am talking about. Our excitement for this years challenge is also in the teams who have never participated in it before. And all are good enough to some more of that attention and prominence in its status among the state. The 2010 5A-state champion SAA postseason tournament in 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2010. With Chris Per ry returning, they are a heavy favorite 8 forward, Perry is in the top-15 of evond year of existence as a school, but is almost universally acknowledged according to the recruiting rankings to have the best collection of young talent in the state as they are led by twin post players Avery and Anthony Brown. The team is already ranked and expected to contend for its district title. The game following Wekiva and Bartow pits Evans and Lake Highland Prep. Both programs are described as reloading instead of rebuilding. However, this year the expectations arent high just because of their names and rich tradition of winning, but everyone returns from both of those teams from 2011-12. Lake Highland adClass-4A postseason tournament. Evans big name is Dre Clayton. He is also 6-foot-8, inside the top-15 of every recruiting ranking and has comland counters with Joel Berry, who is rated number two among the sourcehoops.com top-100 players rankings In addition, both teams are coached by former NBA players. Chucky Atkins will be making his debut as Evans head coach. He played for eight different franchises including (1989-90). Lake Highland has been built into a state power by the Orlando The other game which stands out It doesnt seem to matter what the sport is, Dr. Phillips is always one of the best among the state. However, in basketball, it can lay claim to that status with back-to-back appearances in nal in 2010 and 2011. Those teams featured Shane Larkin (top-10 in the sourcehoops.com rankings and son of major league baseball hall-of-famer Barry Larkin). Both times, Dr. Phillips lost to Winter Park. It lost last year to District 3 champion West Orange in However, that is only its most recent success as Dr. Phillips is as much of a guarantee to be among the state powers as possible. It has recorded at least 20 victories for 19 consecutive seasons. It has earned a berth in the of the past 11 years. During that time, Dr. Phillips has advanced to at least same status, emerging as the thenClass 4A state champion in 2010 and postseason tournament every year since 2002 (Class 5A before 2010). The run includes four appearances have won at least 20 games each year during the run except for two and the total was 19. The headliner games Saturday are Olympia vs. Lake Howell at 4:45 p.m. and Boone vs. Hagerty, which is slated to start at 8 p.m. Olympia was one its classes after the 2009-10 season, it placed Olympia and Dr. Phillips in different districts. Wekiva defeated Apopka in the pionship tournament to earn its berth in the regional round. Olympia lost which furthers the emphasis on Olympia not only being the team to beat in the district, but as a state power. Between 2002 and 2008, Lake Howell not only earned a berth in the Class 5A postseason tournament, but nal each time. The Silver Hawks adclaimed the state Class 5A championship in 2007. It is expected to have its best season since that run, with talk of competing for its district championship and a long run in the tournament again existing. In only seven years, Hagerty has Hialeah Gardens. It is also the twotime defending champion of its district. The defending District 8A-3 champion and the team which is per ceived to be the closest to knocking off Olympia as the beast of the district, day at 12:45 p.m. Williams coached Lake Region before he came to Wekiva, guiding that program to three conthen Class 5A. Among the 32 teams participat val Apopka against Osceola in a game which closes out the Challenge at 9:30 p.m. Saturday. Wekiva and Lake Howell are the only teams playing two games. The tournament will also feature 10 of the top 50 seniors in the state (according to the sourcehoops.com player recruiting rankings) and 13 of the top 90. It will also include 15 teams expected to be ranked in their We feel we have a really good competitive and close among two premiere teams, which continues what we set out to do and have done dur lenges history, Williams said. As I said the last two years, we get supence coaches and programs. They all want to play and have bought into the have the tournament because of the support of them. 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r fntbt bbbt nt f f fr r fr r f f n f rf rrntr f rf rrntr f bb b b b b b b b b b b b b f b b b b bb b t n tt tt tb t tt t t t t t t t r bbb tb r r tbbr r fr r btbbbbbr r r r r r r r r bbr r r r tb f b b b b b bb b b nbb b r tr tbtr b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b bb b b t b t b rt rf b b t r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r nr rf trtbt r fntbt bbbt nt f f fr r fr r f f n f rrf ff f ntbb rbn brr f b b r b r n t t r bb tb r r tbbr r fr r btbbbbbr r r r r r r r r bbr r r r tbt f nbb r tr tbtr f r r b brr f rf b r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r nbrf trtbt r fntbt bb n f f fr r r r f f n ff rfnt f bb b b b b b b r b tr b b b br b r r fr b r b b b b bb b n tt t t t t t t t tb t tt tb tbt tb tb tb r bbb tb r r tbbr r fr r btbbbbbr r r r r r r r r bbr r r rtb f b b b b b bb b b nbb b r r tbtr b b b b b r r b b b b b b b b b f b b bb b b r b r br tn r bf b f rt r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r fttf trtbt t r fntbt bbbt nt f f fr r fr r f f n f rfn t f bb b b b b b b f b b b b b ff b b b b b 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tb r r tbbr r fr r btbbbbbr r r r r r r r r bbr r r r tbb f bn b n nt ttn b n bt nbn bn nt t nbb nt r r tbtr bn b b b b n n nt nt b b nt ntb nt n b nt bn nt n b b nt b bn nt b nn b n n t b t ff nt ff b nb fb nf n f bff r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r ff ttbt trtbt r f ntb f f n n n n n r r rr n n n n n r f f nf t br r b r n nbr nf n n br nf b r tbb nn r nr rfn nn nf f fn r rb r n n rb bb fn r fnn bb n rb n nbr n n r n r b b r r n n rb n nfbrbrn n n r f n nf n f r r n fb br rf rn b r fn r nrb rb br nf n t nbrrn tn rbnnbr n r n fnrf f rr r brnn nbrr br r b f n r r n r b r n b r r rnnbrn n rr nb n r brnnnnn nn nf r rr rnrnn brn r n r n nn n r rbn nbr n r r br fn n bb n rrr n br n n rn f fn bb rr r r br f n r r n n r b r nrf b r fntbn tbt ff f f fr f ff r f f f f rf f fntb b b nb f b f b f b bnf tfb btff b ftnf nt f bb b nntt nt ntt bnt nb rf fft b f r br f n fb f b f t bfnbbb t b t t f b tn b f rt br t ftt f b f r f b b b b rt f b r f b tnf tb b rt btn f b bttf t tr r b r b tr b tn b 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ttb t t t t btb f rfntbn ttb rrr f f rr f f rr rf n r tbfr f ntn n r t ntbn rf f bf r f ntbnttb n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf rbfb r f rf rf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r r f f r r nf n nbf b n r n bf rb tbfr fnb n r n r f b n b nr r r n n 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 b r r r r b r n n bf rf nf tnbr btfn tnbrrn n fnrbfb rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r bnrb bnntbn bt r fntbt bb nt f f fr r frr f f n f rff ntb rff ntb f t t t t t rft t tr r r b b r r b nbb r r tbtr t t r t t t b r b fr t r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r nfff n trtbt r fntbt bb n f f fr r r r f f n ff rf rf f ntbn bn n nt b n n nt b n nt b nt n n b b n b b nt b b b n n nt n nbn b n b t r f r r r r bn b n nt ttn b n bt nbn bn nt t nbb nt r r tbtr bn b b b b n n nt nt b b nt ntb nt n b nt bn nt n b b nt b bn nt b nn b n n t b t nt b nb b n n bb r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r f n trtbt t r fntbt bb nt f f fr r frr f f n r fn tb t rr n tbb f n n t n b ttr r r b b r r nbb r r tbtr r 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rfnntftb r r r r fbf rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tntnrr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t nt n ffr ftf fbt rfnntftb r r r r ftf rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tntn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t bnt n ffr fbtf ff rffnfftbb r r r r bf rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b nn n t fnn nf r r f f ttntt f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r fn bn n ffr fnf ftbb rfnnttbt r r r r r rr rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnnr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t nt n ffr ftf fbt rffnnfttb b r r r r bt rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b bbt ftf f fnn ntf r r f f ttnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r fn bn tn ffr ftnf fb r f ntb n rtt nn rr nn r tt f n rrn fn n rnn t rf ntb n t tn t ntn r br n n r n t t n t r n r n t r r ntt r t r f t n f t r nrt t n n b t b t t r nr t n n t r nnn n b f b bb b b b b b b f r n n t t b br n t nr rn n bb b rb bb trb bf tb rfnnttbb b r r r r r rrrrr r b rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fbf rfnnttbb r r r r r fft rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t bnt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttbbt r r r r r r r ft rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt bt n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tb nt b n b bffr ftf f rfnn ttbt r r r r fff rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f n n n n btt n n b ftt tf n n n n r f f f tnnrn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt n n r r ft t nt n n ffr b ftf fbt rfnnttb b r r r r r b rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnnrr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf f rf ntb n n nn n n n rr n nn n t t t t r ffrfrnrtr b r f rnrtr f r rf f rf r f f rf ffrr tff rnrtr f f fff rff f f r r f r r f r f rf f r f ff frff bb r r ff f r f tr f f f r rf r t t t r t t t t t t tt t t t t ff f n t ffr f r r f f f ff tfr ffrf r r f nr rf r r rf tf f r frf f f f tr f f f f r rf r f f r t f fn ftf f t f frf f r f ff frf r frfr f r b fn b bb ffn fnf t rfnnttbf r r r r r b r r r r r r rr rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt bt n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tb nt b n b bffr ftf ff rfnntftbff r r r r r fbfb rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tntnrtt f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttfbb r r r r tbt b r r ffbt rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnntrr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttb r r r r r r n rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n n ffb n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t nt n ffr ftf fbff rffnftfb t r r r r b rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b bb ff ffb fnn nf r r f f ttntrtr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r bt r tfn bn n ffr fnf fb

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The Apopka ChiefNovember 23, 2012, Page 1B See the story at the top of the page about last playoff victory for the Apopka Blue Darters football team, as well as Darters will host the are $8. SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff In what has become a familiar tune, the Apopka Blue Darters will face the Timber Creek Wolves in the playoffs. However, instead of it being ro Conference foes will face each other in a Region 8A-1 day, November 23, at ApopKickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $8 at the gate. The game will be broadwww.1520thebiz.com. by downing University 4535 last week, while Timber Creek (10-1) whipped Olympia 41-21. The Blue Darters own a 3-1 record in their battles against the Wolves, but the Timber Creek victory came last year when the Wolves handed Apopka a shocking 20-0 loss. Just as they always have under coach Jim Buckridge, the Wolves are relying on a solid ball-control rushing game complemented by a solid defense, but this year, they back Jacques Patrick. Just a sophomore, he has passed the 2,000-yard rushing mark this season and has attracted plenty of attention from the top college programs around the nation. Im glad that we have a home game, but everybody talks about their back, ApopBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Early on in their preseason game against the Lake Brantley Patriots, the Apopka Blue Darters boys basketball team was getting plenty of shots in the paint, but couldnt knock many of them down, and the Patriots were staying right with the Darters. But, just as they did two nights earlier against Rockledge, the Blue Darters went on a hot streak on both ends of the court to fuel a huge run and take control of the game. The result was a 60-43 Apopka victory over the Patriots Thursday, November 15, in a preseason game played at Wekiva High as part of the Leading 11-10 with 5:55 left in the second period, Apopka closed the quarter and half on a 23-3 run to take a 34-13 lead into the locker room at halftime. Against Rockledge two nights prior, the Darters had a 12-point lead that stretched to 34 with a 22-0 run. W e had really good enersaid. Weve got to get better, but I was pleased. Using its pressing man-toman defense, the Blue Darters had 19 steals against the Patriots and converted many of them into buckets in transition. Blue Darters got plenty of good looks, but couldnt convert a lot of them. I think well shoot it better (in the future), Ruta said. College of Charleston-signee Joe Chealey, Deion four steals each. Once the Darters started knocking down the shots, they came in bunches, as six Apopka players contributed during the 23-3 stretch. Chealey hit a pair of 3-pointers to lead Apopka with 6 during the run. DenBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff In the postseason, the mantra is just win and move on; it doesnt have to be pretty. of the Class 8A playoffs certainly wasnt a thing of beauty, but what it was, was a 4535 victory over the University Cougars. off win since 2009 for the Blue round of the playoffs the past two years. defense helped the Blue Darters overcome four turnovers en route to a 21-7 halftime lead, as Universitys only points came on an interception return. In the second half, it was the offenses turn to pick up the defense, as the Cougars scored four touchdowns, but the Apopka offense countered with 24 points of its own. W e couldnt stop their passing game (in the second half). Thank goodness we answered every time (University scored), Apopka coach Rick Darlington said. The defense good that we rely on each other stress. Throughout the game, the one constant was Apopkas rushing game, as the Blue Darters ran for 536 yards on 46 attempts with senior Jevric Blocker leading the way. He had a huge night, rushing for 325 yards on 23 carries, scoring three times. Also crossing the goal line three times for Apopka was Chandler Cox, who scored on consecutive carries. He was second in rushing for Apopka with 79 yards on nine carries. Also putting up solid rushing totals were Ray Ray Smith, who had 71 yards in just two attempts, and Zack Darlington who added 56 yards on seven carries. The Blue Darters were never behind, scoring on the There will be a doubleNovember 23, for Apopka Blue Darters sports fans and the school has a bargain for fans. There is, of course, the nal football playoff game between the Apopka High football team and the Timber Creek Wolves at 7:30 p.m. at the Apopka High boys basketball team will play today at 5 p.m. in Joe A. Sterling Gymnasium. T ickets to the football game are $8, a price set by the Association, but for that same price, Apopka fans who attend the basketball game will receive a ticket to the basketball game and one to the football game. Blue Darters will host the Sarasota Riverview Rams in the season opener. A ticket to the basketball game only will be $5. The Blue Darters defeated Rockledge and Lake Brantley last week in a pair of preseason games played at Wekiva High School. Apopka will continue its opening week of basketball Saturday, November 24, when the Blue Darters face the Osceola Kowboys in the at Wekiva. T ip-off is set for 9:30 p.m. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff ketball coach Scott Williams and his staff came to the school to establish its program during the summer of 2007, they already had a reputation for not only building programs from the ground up, but for lifting them into state championship contenders. T wo calendar years ago, tangible oncourt success that culminated with a run to season tournament which comes with it, occurred. On the heels of that, another tangs into a premiere program on a yearly basis was put into play with the creation lenge event. It was successful on several levels and in accomplishing several goals for both the quality of the program as well as for what it represents. On the dawn of the third edition of be continuing as Wekiva opens its 2012-13 season with a team on the brink of returnThe question is whether it an be put togethning as well as the centerpiece of it. The 23, and Saturday, November 24. W ere excited about the third event this year, Williams said. We feel we have to create an event in which people associIn general, there are three elements which championship programs have: They are the most tangible, being competitive and then becoming a team which wins games, getting players in college and an image and brand which the program can hang its hat on as far as being associated with. We wanted to hang our hat on this event because we strongly believe it can successfully translate into that association with The quality of the product playing basketball from the start has been the kind which basketball fans appreciate and it has grown from there. The attention to and the talent doesnt get it as it should either. There is some great basketball being played in this area, but there arent a lot showcasing the quality of play in the area promotes it and provides the exposure to gain more of that attention. Seventeen games will take place durBlue Darters down University, 45-35, Apopka hosts Timber Creek in second roundWho: Apopka Blue Darters (9-2) When: Where: Apopka High Why: Class 8A reCost: $8 at the gate Radio: Jevric Blocker rushed for 325 yards and three touchdowns in the 45-35 victory over the University Cougars. Wekiva coach Scott Williams and the Mustangs will host the annual Metro vs. Florida Challenge this weekend. Apopkas Joe Chealey (1) and Montay Thompson guard Lake Brantley John Becher during the Blue Darters 60-43 victory Thursday, November 15, in a preseason game. See APOPKA Page 5B See HOST Page 11B 7:15 p.m. W ekiva vs. Bartow Noon W ekiva vs. Lake Minneola 9:30 p.m. Apopka vs. Osceola program. Wekiva coach Scott Williams Wekiva hosting 17 boys basketball games over two days See CHALLENGE Page 13BFree basketball game at AHS with purchase Scoring run fuels basketball victory See SCORING Page 11B

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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 3B For a game that stood at 24-7 until late in the third round playoff victory over University turned out to be a high-scoring affair. kas offense moved the ball well, but stopped itself with four turnovers. The Blue Darters still managed to score 21 ters, but handed the Cougars on an interception return for a touchdown. A 21-7 lead is usually thought of as a good thing in a playoff game, but had Apopka been able to keep control of the ball, the Darters might have had a 35-0 lead at halftime. While the turnovers stopped at halftime, the Apopka defense inexplicably gave 14:35 of the game. Prior to Universitys scoring drive that ended in its second score of the game with 2:35 left in the third period, the Cougars had The bottom line is that the Blue Darters won and advanced, which is all that matters in the postseason. But, the reality remains that the deeper a team goes into the playoffs, the smaller the margin of error. The Blue Darters have to largely eliminate those turnovers and cant afford 12 penalties for 110 yards, either, if they have designs on playing a third playoff game. As it was, Apopkas vicfor the Blue Darters since a 7-0 win over Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast in 2009. The past two seasons, Apopka has been one and done. Apopka coach Rick Darlington says he hopes his team is not two and through. Basketball feast While we are heavy into the football postseason, the boys basketball season is just beginning and it will be a veritable Thanksgiving-style feast for hoops fans this weekend at Wekiva High. Coach Scott Williams and the Mustangs are hosting 17 games today, Friday, November 23, and Saturday, November 24, in the Metro vs. Florida Challenge. Its a great event for hoops junkies, as there are plenty of very good high school basketball teams that will participate. We have a story about the two-day event, along with the schedule, so learn something about it and take in a few games, or all 17. Tickets are $10 for a one-day pass or $15 for a two-day ticket. Wekiva is playing each day, today, Friday, November 23, at 7:15 p.m. against Bartow, and Saturday, November 24, at noon against Lake Minneola. The Apopka Blue game of the Challenge in what is scheduled for a 9:30 p.m. tip Saturday, November 24, against the Osceola Kowboys. Apopka will actually open the regular season today, Friday, November 23, in a 5 p.m. game against the Sarasota Riverview Rams. The Apopka High athletic administration is offering an $8 ticket that includes both the basketball game against Riverview and the football playoff game at 7:30 p.m. against the Timber Creek Wolves. A basketballonly ticket will be $5. The Florida High School Athletic Association sets the football game ticket price at $8, so, in essence, admission to the basketball game is free. Such a deal! Timber Creek at Apopka these teams have met in the the second round. Apopka is 3-1 against the Wolves, but youll remember vividly Timber Creeks 20-0 victory over the Blue Darters last season in the regional game carries the added weight of a second-round game, as just 16 Class 8A teams will play this week. Apopka and Timber Creek have just two common opponents, Olympia and University, and there is no use comparing the two because you can make an argument for either team. The Blue Darters beat Univerround of the playoffs, while University beat Timber Creek 40-26 four weeks ago. Olympia handled Apopka 38-21 in the third game of the season, while Timber Creek thumped the Titans by 20 points twice, once early in the regular season and last week. The key to the game, as I see it, is how Apopka handles Timber Creek running back Jacques Patrick. Hes just a sophomore, but has rushed for more than 2,000 yards in 11 games and hes got plenty of interest from the top college programs in the nation. Hes a stud with a football in his hands. Apopka should be able to move the ball on the Wolves, but I dont expect them to keep scoring at the high pace they have over the past two months. It may take 30 points to win this game, but I dont see it being a game like the fourth quarter of the Apopka-University game where it was more like a tennis match with the ball bouncing from one end zone to the other. The Blue Darters cannot have four turnovers like they did against University and expect to beat Timber Creek. I dont care if the Wolves lost to the Cougars in the regular season; Timber Creek is the better team. Penalties are another thing that has cropped up lately in Apopkas play. Some Hello Folks, Well, by the time you read this column, Thanksgivin will be over, and the leftovers will be gone. I hope everyone had a great Thanksgivin and you had some time with family and friends. If you are off durin the weekend, I hope you get a The specks are bitin and the bass are startin to get ready to go on the beds, so they are they go on the beds. So now is specks are bitin in most all the lakes in our area. Folks are doin real good in Lake Monroe, Lake Jessup, Lake Harney, and Lake Woodruff. Most of the specks are still in deep water. You need to drift in open water until you locate em. Some folks like to slow troll with a Beetle Spin, or a 1/4-oz. Rat-L-Trap until they drift over em with a jig tipped a minner on a cork or bobber, but make sure your minner is close to the bottom. You should be able to catch some specks in about 7 ft. to 8 ft. of water. Most folks with a minner are still usin brightly colored jigs. Some of the best colors the past couple of weeks have been pink, lemon-orange, chartreuse and, of course, the red rooster, which is head. The specks are startin to bite in the Harris Chain. Most of the bigger specks are bein caught in Lake Carlton and Lake Dora. Folks are driftin with jigs tipped with a minner in the coves, and where you have some bottom changes, where there is a oneto twosome specks hangin out in those areas. We have a full moon comin up next week, on Wednesday, November 28, so if the wind lays down a little and we dont have too many overcast ally good. As I reported earlier, the this week because we may get some early spawners. The weather has been a little cooler, but I dont think the water has cooled down enough yet to push the bass on the beds. The Butler Chain and the Conway Chain have been good chains to are still in deeper water, but Im feedin near the shoreline early in the mornin. Those bass have been feedin on shiners, spinnerbaits, and swim-baits. You can also catch some nice bass around the cover on plastic toads and frogs. Once the top-water bite is in deeper water with plastic worms. Junebug and watermelon seed with red glitter have ers. You can troll one out bethe mouth of the canals and the feeder creeks in the St. Johns River for some good bass action. nice bass in those areas early in the mornin when the bass are around the mouth of the canal. Well, I hope you had a great Thanksgivin and Ill see ya next week. Tip of the week: specks deep. Save a few and good luck! For more playoff games, Darters must cut down on mistakesEven the leftovers may be gone when you read thisof that can be attributed to ofly mistakes being made that A relatively mistake-free game by Apopka should give reason for a happy day after Thanksgiving for the Blue Darters unless Patrick has a huge night. The Blue Darters have been pretty good against the run and that bodes well for the home team in this case. It should be a close game as both teams like to run the ball and play good defense. Apopka by 4 Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 11A of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 3B of this newspaper. Were NOW At Our New Location:(Across From Apopka Memorial Middle School)The Apopka Chief & The Planterand Apopka Of ce Supply 400 N. Park Ave. Apopka, FL 32712 From time to time, as space allows, The Apopka Chief will print cartoons generated by Bert Rummel, who, along with his wife Pam and children, has been a resident of Apopka since 1999. Rummel expresses his own humorous life experiences through Bertram, a cartoon character created and developed by him in 2003. If Bertram puts a smile on someones face, then my cartoons and artwork are a success, said Rummel.Lil Pigskins Look for Chief Jr. school news in the November 30 issue ofThe Apopka ChiefNewspaper. www.theapopkachief.com www.theapopkachief.com

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Due to a change in schedule, the Apopka Recreation Departments annual Turkey annual Reindeer 5K Fun Run and Walk Saturday, December 1, beginning promptly at 7:30 a.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. A free childrens run will begin at This is an un-timed, un-scored fun run, said Lorena Potter, Parks and Recreation Department manager. There will be commemorative Reindeer Run t-shirt. In the spirit of holiday merriment, the eight fastest male and female reindeer (runners) will receive awards. Be sure to look at the The cost to pre-register is $15 plus a Fishes. Participants may pre-register at the Northwest Recreation Complex MondayFriday, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 N. Forest Avenue, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; or online at www.apopka.net. Participants may also register on the day of the event for $20 plus a toy. Students, age 11 and older, may register for $10. Come run or walk for a great cause and make a difference in the life of a child this holiday season, Potter said. For safety reasons, baby joggers/ strollers, bicycles, roller skates, in-line skates and dogs will be prohibited from the racecourse. The use of headphones is discouraged. For more information, call 407-7031784 or visit www.apopka.net. If a law enforcement agency charges you with a crime and this paper reports that information, please notify us within 90 days if the charge is later dropped or if you are found not guilty by the court. After verifying the information, we will be happy to publish it. Please send The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-886-2777. In the period from November 12-18, the Apopka Police Department received 934 calls for assistance, responded to 8 tions and made 25 arrests. Of these arrests, 4 were juvenile arrests. 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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 5B they were never really comfortably ahead, as their biggest lead was 17 points at times in the second half. In fact, things got a little tighter than Apopka wanted late in the game when the Cougars scored with 3:09 remaining in the fourth period to narrow Apopkas lead to 45-35 and then recovered an onside kick. The Blue Darters stiffened on defense until a fourthand-21 situation from its own 44-yard line when University nearly converted. Stephen Ulmer hit William Solomon over the middle and he appeared to ka 35-yard line with 2:09 remaining in the game. However, when the chains were stretched for the measurement, the Cougars were literally millimeters away, as the referee had to get on his knees to look at the ball he could determine that the Cougars had fallen short. But, when he did, it set off a celebration by the Apopka players, coaches, and fans as the victory was assured. Had the Blue Darters been able to keep control of the ball wouldnt have been so close. Apopka lost two fumbles and the Cougars picked off two passes, one of which was returned 42 yards for a touchdown by Ruben Avalos. It was Universitys only score of the The Blue Darters opened the scoring with a 65-yard drive on the initial possession of the game. Blocker scored from one-yard out, two plays after Zack Darlington ran 16 yards to the 1-yard line. The Blue Darters had to overcome one of their 12 penalties of the game to push the ball into the end zone. Brett Wilson, who had another solid night kicking the ball, nailed the extra point to give Apopka a 7-0 lead with Apopka s defense held the until midway through the second period, but the Blue Darters turned the ball over twice, once on a fumble and once on ly scoring again. This time, Apopka marched 80 yards on a drive that included a fake punt that Rakeem Smith converted when he gained three yards on a fourth-and-1 from the University 45-yard line. Blocker once again had the scoring honors, scampering in from six yards out and when Wilson added the extra point, the Darters had a 14-0 lead with 6:41 left in the second period. However the turnover bug was still in Apopkas system as Avalos picked off a Zack Darlington pass that was hurried due to a strong rush from the left side of the University defense, and it was returned 42 yards for the score to cut Apopkas lead to 14-7 with 3:41 left in the second period. Blue Darters had the two touchdown-lead again when Cox scored from the 2-yard line. Blocker picked up 73 of the drives 78 yards on just three carries before Coxs touchdown. Wilsons extra point gave Apopka a 21-7 lead that the Darters took into the locker room at halftime. The senior placekicker third period when he kicked a half. His kick extended Apopkas lead to 24-7 with 7:49 left in the third. The Blue Darters started the possession at the University 46 after a fake punt by the Cougars was cut well short by Apopkas J.J. Simmons who undercut Gage Smith for a oneyard loss on the run. The teams traded punts thats when things really got interesting. Ulmer rammed it in from the 2-yard line with 2:35 in the third to pull the Cougars to within 24-14. However Apopka answered in just four plays with Cox scoring from a yard out with 1:25 left in the third to give the Darters a 31-14 lead after Wilsons extra point. University s top running back, Shadon Seabrook, was held to just 109 yards on 26 carries, but he picked up his longest run of the night, 27 yards, on the next drive and it helped the Cougars score again when Ulmer hit Brad Harris on a 10-yard pass just 38 seconds into the fourth period to narrow Apopkas lead to 31-21. Again, Apopka answered quickly, driving 65 yards as Cox scored on a four-yard scampered 52 yards before being tackled. Wilson extended Apopkas lead to 38-21 with 9:53 left in the fourth quarter. The scoring fest continued as the Cougars scored three plays later when Harris caught a short pass from Ulmer and turned it into a 72-yard scoring play only 53 seconds after Apopkas score. That trimmed Apopka pushed the lead back to 17 when Blocker scored again from six yards out. The big play of the drive was a 64-yard pass completion from Darlington to Trey Hendrickson who dragged a University defender 15-20 yards to the 5-yard line. point of the game for the Blue Darters when he added the extra point with 6:31 left in the fourth quarter. nal touchdown of the game when Ulmer hit Brandon Pylar on a seven-yard scoring toss. Universitys recovered onside kick followed, but it wasnt enough to overcome Apophome playoff game ended in defeat. Apopka Univ First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Com-Att-Int Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Apopka University Individual statistics Beras 2-4. Continued from page 1BApopka: Teams combined for 35 points in fourth quarter of playoff game Jevric Blocker dives into the end zone for an Apopka touchdown, one of three he scored to go along with his 325 yards rushing. As a team, the Blue Darters gained 536 yards on the ground. Apopka center Dazzie Morris talks on the sideline during the Blue Darters 45-35 victory over University. Chandler Cox rushed for 79 yards and three touchdowns in the Blue Darters victory. Isaiah Buehler leads the Blue Darters on to the eld while carrying the American ag. The Apopka Blue Darters marching band played during halftime of the football game, as well as in the stands during the contest. Chris Cannon is the AHS band director. The Apopka Blue Darters varsity football cheerleading squad kept bundled up on a cool night at University High School.As Apopkas players anxiously await the ruling, game ofcials look at a late-game measurement. They ruled in Apopkas favor.

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Another Thanksgiving now is nearly history and soon well be, once again, welcoming another Christmass return visit. Finding great gifts for family and friends now is our focus, but we dont want excessive and time consuming shopping for all those gifts as well as their cost in these tough-economy times to dim the wonderful glittering brightness of Christmas that we love and look forward to or to diminish the spiritual joys that are the reason for this Christmas season. Happily smart holiday gift-givers who know how to cook and who enjoy creating good food have an easier and more enjoyable option than battling crowds and emptying already too-near-bare wallets and purses. Delicious home-baked gifts of food are a very personal and very delicious way of wishing good friends a great Christmas. The only store-run will be for recipe ingredients and maybe a prettily lined decorative seasonal basket or box tied with holiday ribbon for presentation of your edible gift. This idea likely wont work for your young nephew or niece who has hinted, often, that she or he really, really would like a new bike or skates, of course, or for your retired father-in-law youve noticed eyeing the For all your countless friends, co-workers and all of the so many so-very-nice neighbors, however, an unexpected simpler but very tasty gift of a home-baked cake or food item should please those happily surprised recipients. They will be happy you were thinking of them all the time it took for you to put so much dedicated time and work into those edible hand-crafted gifts and will understand they are an expression of your appreciation of the very important role they play in your life. The happiest-of-all person involved in this Christmas experience, however, will be the giver, because a great amount of personal joy always accompanies such labors of love and doing something special for or giving something special to others turns around to become its own reward. Giving truly is and always was what Christmas is all about, beginning back in Bethlehem on one extraordinarily starlit night when a most amazing gift was handed down from heaven to all mankind. Enjoy cooking up the gift-appropriate recipes below from some of the Apopka areas best cooks and celebrate every magChristmas season! LILLIAN CLEGHORNS SPICED PECANS Recipe from A Christian Cookbook 1 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon cloves, ground 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup water 2 cups pecan halves Combine sugar, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, salt and water in a saucepan and mix well. Place on medium heat and stir mixture continuously until it boils. Continue cooking until mixture reaches soft-ball stage. Remove from heat. Stir pecans into hot mixture. Stir with wooden spoon until syrup coats nuts and they become glazed. Spread on waxed paper to cool. HOLIDAY WREATHS Recipe from Favorite Recipes of Sweetwater Oaks 1/3 cup margarine or butter 1 package regular-size marshmallows (10-ounces, about 40 marshmallows) 1 teaspoon green food coloring 6 cups green food coloring Red cinnamon candies Melt margarine in large saucepan over low heat. Add marshmallows and cook, stirring constantly, until marshmallows melt and mixture is syrupy. Remove from heat. Stir ly shape about one-fourth a cup of the corn wreaths with red cinnamon candies. Recipe yields about 16 wreaths. ture into buttered 5-1/2 cup ring mold or shape into ring on serving plate. Remove from mold and dot with red candies. Slice to serve. Put candle in center of mold. Note: Name of this recipes contributor is not included in this cookbook. MARGARERUITE NOWELLS APPLE MUFFINS Recipe from A Christian Cookbook 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 cups diced golden delicious apples 1 egg 1/4 cup vegetable oil 3/4 cup sugar 1/2 cup coconut 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1 cup walnuts, chopped Add remaining ingredients. Mix well. Spoon Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 35 minutes. AUDREY KARWONDYS MONKEY BREAD Recipe from Favorite Recipes of Sweetwater Oaks 3 packages Pillsbury Buttermilk biscuits (10 biscuits each) 1 tablespoon cinnamon 1 cup granulated sugar 1 cup brown sugar 1 stick margarine or butter Place cinnamon and granulated sugar in a paper bag. Cut biscuits in quarters. Shake quartered biscuits in the bag of sugar and cinnamon. Place each piece in an angel food or Bundt pan. Melt brown sugar and margarine together and pour over biscuits in pan. Add a few pecans if you wish. Place in a cold oven. Set cold oven at 350 degrees and leave to bake for 30 minutes. After baking, allow to sit for 10 minutes before removing from pan. LINDA SPAULDINGS HOLIDAY GIFT CAKE Recipe from Favorite Recipes of Sweetwater Oaks 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese 1 cup margarine 1-1/2 cups sugar 1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla 4 eggs 1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder 3/4 cup (8-ounce jar) maraschino cherries, chopped, well-drained 1/2 cup chopped pecans ries Heat the oven to 325 degrees. Thoroughly blend softened cream cheese, margarine, sugar and vanilla. Add eggs, one at a time, mixing well after each addition. Gradfourths cup chopped cherries and half-cup chopped pecans. Fold into batter. Grease 10-inch Bundt pan or tube pan. Sprinkle with pan. Bake at 325 degrees for one hour and move from pan. SANDY BOVES AMBROSIA COOKIES Recipe from A Taste of Heaven 1 cup butter 1 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup coconut 1 cup brown sugar 2 eggs, beaten 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/2 cup salt 1-1/2 cups oatmeal 1 cup pecans, chopped 1 cup raisins 1 cup dates, chopped 1 tablespoon each orange and lemon rind 1 tablespoon vanilla Cream the butter with sugars and add soda. Combine with butter mixture. Mix by hand the remaining ingredients. Drop by teaspoon onto ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for twelve minutes. Store cookies in a closed container. (A little aging makes these cookies taste even better, this recipes contributor wrote in a footnote.) CAROL AUSTIN BROGANS FRIENDSHIP PECAN PIE Recipe from Sharing Our Finest Cookbook 1 cup light brown sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup melted butter 3 eggs, well beaten 1 cup white corn syrup 1 cup pecan halves 1 teaspoon vanilla Mix ingredients in order given. Pour into unbaked deep pie shell. Bake at 350 for one hour or until set in center and knife blade comes out clean. Foolproof and delicious, promises this recipes contributor in a footnote. CHARLENE COELLS CHERRIES IN THE SNOW Recipe from Sharing Our Finest Cookbook 1-1/4 cup graham cracker crumbs 3/4 stick margarine 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese 1 package Dream Whip, mixed and whipped 3 tablespoon sugar er crumbs and margarine) together and add three tablespoons sugar. Put half of a white mixture of cream cheese and prepared Dream Whip on this graham cracker pie crust, then on top of that the white mixture. If you want the pie even higher, cover top of pie with another package of Dream Whip. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24Cross-country Race: at 1:00 Sports.com. For more information, call 513-518-0528 or email SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25Beginning Racewalking Program: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at F.U.S.I.O.N. 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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 10B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff there is a swag in the air around the Wekiva High boys basketball program as the 2012-13 season begins, and its coaching staff is excited. After consecutive 16-11 seasons which endtrict championship tournament at the hands of the eventual champion, head coach Scott Williams said his team has an opportunity to be awfully good, because it is coming into this season with the development of its younger players occurring over the six months of the off-season. W e are entering the season as a team which is more cast of nameless teammates, Williams said. Last season, we were more than Josh, too. But, we were limited in what we could do outside of Josh. We could do some very speposition of being relevant for the district championship and it was prominent in our defense. Our defense was our centerpiece of the means which won games for us. It allowed us to get by with a team that was played opponents who were in that second tier. But to progress, we needed to beat the top-ranked, top teams, starting with Olympia and West Orange in our district. Both were ranked in the states limited in the number of areas of the game we could do certain things. The core (of Wekivas team) is almost the same. But it has grown into a much less limited core as they are now juniors and seniors capable of doing more of those certain things which cover more areas of the game. A number of them have developed into shotmakers. We have cultivated a good blend of perimeter and inside play, which started with better shooting. Last years team shot and averaged 47.46 points per game. That breaks down to goals and 33 percent for threepoint attempts. The team actually attempted more threeto 367. At the top of the list for the reasons for such an odd ratio was the lack of shotmakers. And the reason at the top of the list was because of its lack of being able to get the ball inside the paint. So, there was clearly a domino effect. Going one step further, during the off-season between the 2010-2011 and 2009-2010 seasons, Williams was high on his 2011-2012 team. It was young and inexperienced, but he believed his talented team had what it took in its makeup and its foundational structure to surprise opponents, especially towards the end of the season. He was right, as deation, it compiled a 16-11 over8A-3 standings. But Williams was right to tangs defeated eight non-district opponents who were stateranked in their respective classes, but it lost to district rivals West Orange and Olympia all the district tournament. ing was the general tangible ciency was the most visible, what Williams described was cies caused and it continued throughout the 2011-2012 season in every loss. W orking hand-in-hand, not only was the story the same for the 11 losses in the fact Wekiva played with a different emotional state, but the appreciation and within that context the recognition of the value of how it played on both defense and offense changed. As Williams said, the bottom line was the team was passive on offense and didnt force opponents to change its means of getting the ball off the dribble. And when that happened, the opponent was never put in the position of having to play its best to win. When Wekiva wasnt failing to do those two things, it won. And so that was how the team approached further developing itself this off-season. W e are excited about this years team because of how much they have developed during the off-season and the reason was the players as a group, began learning to appreciate and within the context of it the value of how it played offense and defense, Williams said. When we started doing that, our limitations became less and less, and the areas we had trouble in also decreased. Last season, this group went through everything I described at that time and now. Coaches are always talking about experience. But for us what was important in them going through what they did last year was coming to understand where Of course, once the problem is rected. We are not just excited about the year because of what the players can do skillwise and as a team now, but because of the kind of character and personality the players have as ballplayers, the nontangible stuff like toughness and poise. That has come from going through what we did last season. Throughout its history, the grind-it-out, bump-and-pound mentality coupled with enough athleticism to use it to run and create enough open shots. It has used that style partially due to the fact it has never had a true front court or even a true power, front-court player for that matter, a big man who stands with his back to the basket and turns to it once he receives the ball and forced opponents offenses to change shots or passes when on defense. As a result, each team has used a man-toman motion offense and a variety of man-to-man defenses which emphasize half-court traps. But it has served the program well as its records and, in particular, the 2011-2012 season indicates. It not only posted the 16-11 record with its did so with only two seniors and multiple players being suspended from the team, which is another reason for the excitement. All of the players who will be in the rotation have been in the program for at least three years, which adds another layer of maturity. Of course, the discussion regarding Wekiva will always begin and start with seHe is not only the face of the program, but is as strong a name around the sport as there is. He was a member of sourcehoops.com player recruiting rating top-100 as a freshman. Since his freshman year, he has continued to rise in the ranksition. He averaged 14.6 points per game last season and won four games last year on the shot. He is also the schools alltime leading scorer. He recently signed to play for Southeastern Louisiana. But while the teams competitiveness will most tangimances, it will only get better with the emergence of other players scoring and setting up teammates. In the words of Williams, so much of our offense went through Josh last year that we were very predictable. With the development of our team, Josh can now choose and pick his spots. The emergence of 6-foot-8 Willie Carmichael as a true traditional, middle-of-the-paint, post-player also lessens the teams reliance and heaviness on the guard position and perimeter. As a sophomore playing ball, he averaged 5.04 points and 4.54 rebounds per game, but was not a starter when the season began. He started 16 of the 28 games. During last weeks Preseason Tip-Off Classic at Wekiva, he showed just how productive offensively and how disruptive he can be defensively as he poured in 26 points and ripped down 12 rebounds against Rockledge while he blocked or changed the opponents shot selection more than 10 times. He has long arms and height, Williams said. But he has the athletic ability and quickness to go with it. Him being able to give us a true center or post player for the I say that because he worked hard during the summer and the biggest improvement was and strength. He is now a solid traditional center, the kind who plays with his back to the basket and then turns to it and fronts the defense when he receives the ball. As physically strong as our frontcourt was on the 2010-2011 team, they were Opponents will have to change how they look at us now. He has work to do, but at this point, he has developed the ability to alter opponents shots, which is what a traditional center is supposed to do. If he stays out of foul trouble, we expect him to have a big year, with the opportunity to force teams to have to change how they look at us as far as strategy. At the other guard position is Nathan Powell. His emertangs because it offers them versatility. He can score double digits and defend. Last season, he was always posted against the opponents best offensive player, its leading scorer and that will continue. W illiams explained he can do that because of his blend of strength and quickness as a part of his athleticism. He is considered on the same level as Apopkas Joe Chealey, Dr. Phillips Rashawn Powell and Boones Conference has to offer. He is also on the ESPNU top-100 player rankings As far as versatility, Nate is as good as there is at the high school level, Williams said. He might be our most important player because he allows us to not have to use Josh on the opponents best players. When we have to use Josh on the opponents best player, it takes away from what he can do for us offensively. He has a versatility at the level he does to play both offense and defense rarely seen in a high school player. He can guard the top guards, including Chealey, Powell and Taylor, in ways others cant. He has worked his way into being a top-100 prospect and he had a great off-season. The big question for us is not using him up and, in particular, keep him fresh for the postseason. The other two starters Grant. Both started last season deep on the depth chart, but moved up steadily and eventually became starters at the end of the season. Utilizing Rubens skillset is important as a complement to Willie, Williams said. It is like using Nate to relieve Josh from having to do everything. In particular, having to account for Ruben allows us to be more aggressive because teams cant key on Willie. Last season, we saw glimpses of just how good Jabari can be and he improved tremendously during the off-season. It is now time for him to do it consistently under the lights of game action. He is the most noticeable of all the players developing into those shotmakers. He has created a lot of looks for himself over the off-season and he can drive the lane. Jared Brown is the teams sixth man, although Williams describes him as sixth starter and that was put into effect during the game against Rockand out that game, Brown got the start and scored double digits while dishing out several assists. He will see as much time as the starters and in critical moments. Having three guards is also incredibly critical to us developing further, Williams said. Sometimes, a team has two guards who have bad games. But it is almost never heard of for three to have a bad game. Does a team have enough ball-handling is always a big question. Jared gives us the comfort of knowing we can survive and the luxury of having three options. We trust all three guards to handle the ball. He can also spot up for the trey and protects the ball well against physical teams. He was solid last year and he continued to get better. He and our second unit, in general, give us the depth we were missing last year. The only concern we have for them is a lack of experience and reputation. The rest of the roster consists of Stevenson Polynice, gram, Elijah Wright, and KenPolynice, and Hollis are the only seniors on the team. W ith the experience of going through last year and the depth, we are prepared to have a good year, Williams said. We have some room to improve, but the areas which were the weak links last season have been improved through gaining experience and physical maturation. They were the major ones as far what usually is the difference between being a 16-11, good team like we were, and a championship team. The players care deeply about the front of the jersey. They have some swag and expect to be successful. The challenge is sharing the responsibility, the burdens and the ball. are juniors and their improvement is what takes us from a dangerous team that might be able to knock off a couple of the powers to a team playing in By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff ketball teams play against the Rockledge Raiders Thursday, November which has put this years squad as one to keep an eye on as it took a 64-44 tantly, the victory seemed to be a pretime in its history and the most tangible reason it is being looked at the way it is, a true power, inside game with center Willie Carmichael. He produced a monster 26-point, 12-rebound game. The Raiders got a lot better, They deserve a lot of credit. It was obvious they put some work in. But we got a lot better, too. It was obvious by how we played tonight that the son. Our ball handling and defense was much cleaner. It was a businesslike performance in the sense we came out and were focused on cleaning up what we didnt do Tuesday, starting with cutting down on the bad fouls and limiting the turnovers we commitstop-and-go play was a problem, but our offense and defense was much smoother tonight. It was the result of different players doing some different things and not all of it shows up in the box score. But tonights victory started and ended with Willies performance. Granted, it was against a shorter frontcourt, but he did what he was supposed to and teams usually win when they get that kind of performance from its big man. Rockledge took a 3-0 lead on for only 2:29. Carmichael received a pass in the paint from the left side of the free throw line. On the right side of the paint, he spun towards the basket and took a leaning 12-foot jumper. He converted it, giving Wekiva the lead at 4-3. Wekiva would never relinthe only period of the game Rockledge provided a threat tangs scored 12 consecutive points. blocked and then Carmichael tipped called for an offensive charge and the ended with Nate Powell draining a 15foot jump shot from the left side of the baseline. of the baseline and dropped in a soft lay-up to up the lead to 10-3. The run another 15-foot jumper from the side of the paint after his stop-and-go move gave him a direct look at the basket. Rockledge turned the ball over 14 the blocked shot and three missed tangs dumping in another 10 consecutive points to extend the lead to 25-6 would remain between 16 and 22 for most of the game. At halftime, Wekiva led, 33-17. However the lead was cut to 4028 with 1:25 left in the third period as Rockledge scored on three consecutive offensive possessions. Carmichael, Powell and Jabari Grant re-entered the game and over the next three possessions, Wekiva took the lead back to 17 at 45-28. After Jequan Henry converted a free throw, Carmichael grabbed a rebound on the defensive end and passed the ball to Powell to begin the fast break. Powell returned the favor, passing the ball back to Carmichael, leading him inside the paint and into yet another lay up. Powell then intercepted the subsequent inbound pass and before any of the Raiders could roe scored on a lay-up with 52 seconds left in the third period. Wekivas lead was 47-31 at the end of the third quarter. 20-point victory despite not having Southeastern Louisiana-signee Josh jury. We also did a better job of getting the ball to where we needed to ing smoother, Williams said. It is encouraging to get a win without Josh. We were disappointed we couldnt get him out tonight after his game Tuesday night. He knew he didnt play well. He wasnt aggressive. He wanted and we wanted to get him back out Mustangs looking for outstanding basketball seasonWillie Carmichael snags a rebound during Wekivas preseason victory last week over the Rockledge Raiders.Wekiva lands second preseason victory with solid, overall effortRuben Monroe leans in to take a shot in the Mustangs victory over the Rockledge Raiders. See MUSTANGS Page 11B

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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 11B ka coach Rick Darlington said. Hes obviously pretty special. Once he gets going, hes tough to bring down. Youve got to the line. Hell take a hit in the get going. Hes perfect for their offense. Sure tackling will be important for the Blue Darters. Its everything. If we just go and try to hit him, then hell run right over us, Darlington said. While Timber Creek runs mostly out of the I-formation, the Wolves will also throw in some one-back and wildcat formations. Their passing game is made up mostly of play-action. Apopka, meanwhile, will counter with its own strong rushing game that has emerged as the Darters run from the spread, but will also mix in the I-formation and the single wing. Last week, the Blue Darters rushed for 536 yards against University with senior Jevric Blocker accounting for 325 yards on just 23 carries. However the Darters also had four turnovers and were called for 12 penalties. Those things are a lack of discipline, Darlington said. T imber Creek has changed some of its defensive looks, Darlington said. Theyre very well known for running the 4-4, but they dont look like that anymore. Against Winter Park and Olympia, they were in the 3-4. That was very different to see. Weve got to prepare for odd and even fronts. The win last week over current players on Apopkas squad and Darlington is hoping that his squad will advance again. Were not one and done this year, but hopefully, were not two and through. We need to go win again. had four each. Haleem Brown contributed three points and Justin Storr added one during the decisive run. The Patriots fought back during the second half, but could get no closer than 15 points. At one point, Apopka had a 45-19 lead when Brown hit a bucket with 3:01 left in the third period, as Ruta cleared the bench in the second half. As they did against Rockledge, Apopka rebounded well, grabbing 10 offensive boards and 22 on the defensive end against the bigger Patriots. Dennison led Apopka with six rebounds. The Blue Darters also had four blocks and managed 13 assists. Chealey led the Blue Darters with 16 points, as he was four-of-six from behind the al solid game, scoring 14, while Dennison contributed 11 off the bench. The other Apopka scorers were, Brown-9, Thompson-4, Ty Dix-3, Storr, Roy Rosario, and Claude Coleman-1 each. Despite a successful preseason, the Blue Darters begin the regular season just like every other team, at 0-0. Apopwill be in Joe A. Sterling Gymber 23, in a rare 5 p.m. varsity-only start against the Sarasota Riverview Rams. The game time was changed due to the Apopka High football teams home playoff game against the Timber Creek Wolves today, The Apopka basketball teams next game will be Saturday, November 24, when the Blue Darters take on the Osceola Kowboys at Wekiva The Apopka-Osceola conday event and is slated to begin at 9:30 p.m. Admission is $10 per day or $15 for two days. Nine games will be played toeight are scheduled for Saturday, November 24.Scoring: Chealey led Apopka with 16 pointsMustangs: Host: Both teams have strong rushing games Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1Bon the court tonight. All of the other players we are counting on to be a part of our rotation did what we needed them to. Obviously, Willie was the big gun scoring, but we had several other players contribute. Nate s versatility was of both Josh and Elijah at different times tonight. It was really exciting to watch Henry. He continued to do the little things which affect games like we have seen in practice. He forced Rockledge to guard on the perimeter, especially because of his rebounding and defense. It got us into our offense quickly and sparked it. The Raiders shot 47.1 perthey took only 34 attempts. The on 48 attempts (52.1 percent). goal attempts because of its ofof its 27 rebounds were on the offensive end. Rockledge totaled only 14 for the game. It also had the advantage in attempts because of the turngame with 25 compared to 11 for Wekiva. Jared (Brown) was also Josh, Williams said. We obviously are counting on Jared, because he is our third point guard and when Nate or Josh are out, he is the next player on the depth chart. But tonight job of running the offense and disrupted theirs. It allowed us to use Nate inside at times tonight. And we also won the battle of the loose ball, another element which doesnt always show up on the stat sheet. Ingram got a lot of them for us. Our other performance we were happy with and very encouraged with as a sign of getting what we need from him liams said. We need him to convert those 12to 15-foot range shots and play defense in that area. He did both tonight. He did a good job of getting into his comfort zone in that 12to 15-foot range early. We are still developing and have to press with our consistency and ability to stay focused throughout the game, but tonight, we made a big improvement and that is what a team wants as it is getting ready to play the regular season. second leading scorer, adding tangs. Rockledges high scorJonathon Johnson added another 11. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Last season, nine of Wekiva Highs girls weightlifters championship, the most in its trict 7 champion. And that was a team which considered itself to be rebuilding. That was because almost all of those state were lifting competitively for of athletes who put Wekiva on the map as a state power and regular presence at the state championship meet. And while the impressive success continued up to qualifying for the state championship meet, the greenness of the met the other teams who are of the same state presence calitwo points at the state meet, the worst results it had ever experienced at that meet during its Entering the 2012 season with almost the same roster, which includes several lifters who were in the mix for a berth now having another year to mature as weightlifters and physically, the goal is lofty but simple. Wekiva is poised and primed to not only return to its previous status as a top-10 at the state championship meet, but as a top-three presence and give the perennial state champion Spruce Creek its stiffest challenge to date for the ultimate prize. As this year starts, it is about making gains at the state championship meet, Wekiva We have worked very hard to the top three at the state championship meet. That is the goal. There is no reason we cant do it. We had a disappointing performance at the state championship meet. But to be able to place is better than almost all of the other teams in the state. We had nine lifters qualify. There were only about six other teams that can say they had that many Scoring enough points to having numbers in how many qualify for the state championcent. So, we are already in the position a team wants to be in when the season starts, to have 90 percent of its lifters already qualifying for the state championship meet. Perhaps it had something to do with the lifters being nervous, because they were young and it was the go from just having the numbers to scoring. That was talked about during the off-season and in response, we did something we never did before. During the off-season, the athletes held conditioning practices which make it possible to handle the grind of working out on a regular basis, both the actual strain it puts on the body, as well as, and perhaps most importantly, the mental and emotional grind it is. Although we didnt score a lot at the state championship meet, to have so many lifters who were in the regular lineup ther ahead of where we should have been. Then, we spent the off-season working on our conditioning. The result is everyone is lifting at least 20 pounds more than they did when last season ended. We are starting this season with our veterans already ahead of where they need to be. It is about perfecting techniques and motion, the little things. The little things are the difference when competing against other teams capable of ultimately whether that goal is achieved or not. In weightlifting, it is the concepts of when to bend or not bend the elbow, when to or not to pause during the bench-press or rolling an elbow. With the ability to lift more weight, everyone has pounds of body weight, which is critical in doing those little things. It provides more of a base and balance to do them. Regina Nestor was the only Wekiva lifter who scored points at the state championship meet as she lifted a combined total of in the 183-pound weight class. However the 2012-13 roster is almost the same as the previous year and translates to returning. Besides Nestor, Jarae Bargaineer (101 pounds), Tia SinRogers (129 pounds), Shaniah Irvin (139 pounds), Shanlyn Dickson (169 pounds) and championship meet. through sixth place earn points toward the teams totempted bench lifts, as well as clean-and-jerk lifts. The highest amount of weight among the three lifts for each are added together. Bar gaineeer lifted a combined total of 240 pounds, which placed her seventh. That hind sixth place. Irvin earned ninth place, but it was 30 pounds short of sixth. All the other Wekiva lift10 and the difference in the amount lifted was at least 25 pounds. There are 10 weight classes. In regular season meets, two lifters from each school can compete in each weight class. spectively. The rest of Wekivas regular lineup will consist of Agera Sinclaire (110 pounds/Tias sister), Dashanique Stokes (119 pounds), Tawanah Johnson (119 pounds), Naomi Brown pin (129 pounds), Alexis Pollack (154 pounds), Octavia Henderson (154 pounds), Sydney Johnson (183 pounds), Jasmine Ely (unlimited), and Regan Berry (unlimited). The three lifters who will be competing in the 119-pound weight class will probably be rotated throughout the season. None has stood out above the two other lifters. Johnson will this season. The 119-pound weight class is also important been its weakest class throughout its history. Although the class might not be able to put up the weight the others will, its depth makes it competitive with opponents. And if the 119-pound weight class is the teams weakest link, that is another good sign and reason for the states top three. It is still to be determined who the second lifters for the 169and 183-pound weight classes are as several lifters are contending for it. ship series consists of three meets, the sub-district, district, and state championship meet. Nine lifters from each weight class advance from the sub-district to the district championship meet. The lifters with the next six heaviest total amount of weight lifted among the three sub-districts also adand third place lifters (all 10 weight classes) from each district championship meet advance to the state championship meet. Weightlifting is not divided into multiple classes like most of the other sports. The schools located in Orange County also compete in which is now made up of two divisions (East and West). meet last year. W e were blessed with a Weightlifting is a sport which provides the means to build go hand-in-hand with success in whatever sport. Since it is a sport which the athlete doesnt have to have the stereotypical eration of athletes understood that value and used it to bring in a lot of talent. They stressed the value of the sport helping athletes outside of the sport and it attracted a lot of attention. The more attention, the more likely the talent is going to be at a high level. W e have always had it but it hasnt always been ready. Like last year, we have had a couple of years where we had a good lineup, but lacked depth beyond the number one in a weight class. The interest this program has and its ability to draw top talent has always continued. It was going to sooner or later change that weakness we have had. This year was the sooner. We have a good core of young athletes on this team. We had 68 girls try out and settled on 43. Accordingly and as is the case with all teams that talk about being a top three team among the state, Wekivas line of succession is not only continuing, but is as strong as ever as this season begins. In addition to Johnson, joining the team this year and already making their name known as present forces are Tashani Collins, Jasmine Dukes, Janaequa Clark, and Shakira Burney. I have been very pleased with our turnout this season, culmination of what I was saying about trying to change that lack of depth problem we have had. That is important, but as a complement to the off-season workout. The off-season workouts, the conditioning, and the adding of body weight, will be the difference in us getting into lenging Spruce Creek. That is about a team looking at and wanting to put in the extra effort to change what was a bad season for us. W e just didnt have the experience and the talent wasnt quite as developed as it needed to be for the state championship meet. But we also let some complacency creep in. We didnt push ourselves the way we needed to, to do the little things I spoke about because we were undefeated. The end result was a bad state championship meet and it left a bad result in the teams mouth. The team not only wants to rectify it, but to go even further. It ware. It motivated the team to be willing to do whatever it took to prepare for it during both the regular season and the postseason . The season opened with a tri-meet against Ocoee and Evans at Evans November 14. Its other meets are against hometown rival Apopka and Jones (home), Dr. Phillips and Olympia (home), as well as West Orange and Edgewater. The District 7 West subdistrict, takes place January 9. District 7, and state meets follow on successive Wednesdays. Wekiva girls weightlifting team looking for state honorsIn the picture above left, Wekiva athlete Jarae Bargaineer lifts last year during the state championship meet, while Mattie Rogers does the same thing in the picture above right.

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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 12B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff After two serious knee injuries which limited her high school career at Wekiva, ter. Still hopeful and optimistic she can return to the basketball court for Wekiva in time for the postseason, the senior is now also recovering from her injury to play for a team which is looking to progress from day, November 16. They wanted me before and after the injury. That means they not only wanted me, but they wanted me bad. They won games in their conference championship last year, but had no post players. So they are very actively pursuing post players like me. I will play a lot of minutes from my freshman year. I want to play for a school ley State does. They recruited me as their go-to post player. I also like the coach. He 2009-10 season). The university is located one mile It is on wide open land in a valley, very scenic and inspiring to me. The class locations are very convenient. They are doing a lot of expansion, too. Its athletic department also has a graduation rate of around 95 percent, which is one of the highest of all the historically black colleges. In genwhat takes six years. It has all of the elements which makes it easy to begin pursuing the degree I want to. reer as an athletic trainer, which normally takes six years of education as it is considing a four-year bachelors degree, a minimum of two years of graduate school work is required to be employable. members of the Southwestern Athletic Conference, SWAC. The schools most prominent alumni is Jerry Rice, perhaps the greatest wide hold the record for most catches, receiving yards and touchdowns and, of course, was Super Bowl championship teams. He also pion Oakland Raiders. The 2011-12 womens basketball team nals of the SWAC Conference Championship Tournament. It earned a berth to the mer Delta Devil Elvis Robinson (class of 2004). He took over the program during this past summer. gram with three other highly recruited post players. So the team will go from having no post players and playing a short lineup to a three-player rotation under the basket and a power inside game in only two to still use a rotation of traps and presses as its new coach is known for using them as a complement to a strong inside game. I really like the way the whole athletic department supports everyone and all is a smaller school, there is a lot support from the administration and the university community as a whole in general. The basketball program is a 24/7 thing, too. The players and coaches are thinking about basketball 24/7. In the meantime though, she is still a senior at Wekiva and wants that last opportunity to show what she can do when healthy and, in particular, during the postseason as the big name the girls basketball program was expecting when she began her high school career. I know I didnt play as much as I expected or wanted to, but I believe I did make an impact during the time I played, turn in January and help the team during the postseason. I have enjoyed being one more opportunity to have an impact and go out playing for the team as a senior in the postseason. Wekiva is a great place to be an athlete. All of the athletes and programs support each other. That is what I will remember as an athlete at Wekiva the most. We all want to know and follow each other.By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff During his freshman year, ball and then suffered a seasonending injury. But as is sometimes the case, ones life doesnt always move in the direction it seems it should. After recovering a passion in volleyball and the Lockwood family took it upon itself to mentor the outside hitter, who is now a senior. Over the past three years, the Wekiva program, as well as one of the top players in the area. That progression of what his fuvember 16, with him signing his letter of intent to play for Limestone College, located in Gaffney, South Carolina. I decided to go to Limestone because it was the college which showed the most interest in me and it was a lot more than viously, when a college pursues an athlete the way Limestone bly, but I also felt Limestone really believes strongly in me. Every athlete wants to play at a college which believes strongly in him or her. However I really feel like lete. It has everything I was looking for. I enjoy the small-school atmosphere and environment. The area the school is in is very nice. I really like playing and had a lot of fun playing with the team. We clicked right away. I felt like I was one of them from the moment I walked on campus, both as a student an athlete. Limestone College is an accredited, independent coeducational non-denominational Christian, four-year liberal arts institution. pursuing a career as an athletic trainer. He will get a unique exvolleyball player and as a part of volleyball program has it own trainer on staff. He works with the volleyball players to develop skills and physical strength spe In general, I really enjoy the process of learning more about the body and how it always been into athletics. So the natural progression is to want to learn about how the body works while playing sports. In addition, I have always enjoyed helping other people out about subjects I am knowledgeable about. I feel it is important to share what I know as a role model, which athletes are, even if we are playing for a small school. Knowing about my body makes me a better player, too. I know what to do and what not to do to take care of myself. Nicknamed the Saints, Limestone has claimed six Division II national championships, 20 regular season conference championships and have won 23 conference championship tournaments. The volleyball program is son of competition was 2010. However, last season, it posted a 14-11 overall record which included a 7-3 mark in conference the Conference Carolinas championship tournament (the top four teams advance). While the future is Limegot there because of those who have helped him at Wekiva and he has another year to further solidify what he will leave behind. The teachers have been amazing in helping me get to particular, coach (Gary) Brazley was a big help. He went out of his way to advise and assist me during the selection process and deciding which school is the best Id like to be seen as a role model to the other student-athletes at Wekiva. I hope I will be looked up to for doing what I do, being an athlete the right way. I missed my freshman year because I was injured. I never gave up and worked really hard to be able to play the next three seasons. I would like it to send the message, dont give up and always believe it is possible to come back. Always look toward the future. Wekiva volleyball player signs with LimestoneAttending the signing ceremony for Joel Muhlbach and Heather Freeman were, (l-r), front row, Johnnie Freeman, Renee Freeman, Heather Freeman, Joel Muhlbach, Daniel Muhlbach, Tamara Muhlbach, and Joann Lockwood. Back row, Mike Jacobs, Markeefe Beckett, Tommie Butts, WHS athletic director Lamarr Glenn, WHS Principal Dr. Elise Gruber, Jeff Scott, and Evan Lockwood.Heather Freeman signs basketball scholarshipTori Van Camp (seated, left) and Brittany Daniels (seated, right) of the Apopka Blue Darters fastpitch softball team signed Thursday, November 15, with Florida Gulf Coast University and Thomas University, respectively. Florida Gulf Coast is in Ft. Myers, while Thomas University is in Thomasville, Ga. In the back are, (l-r), Fred Priest, AHS athletic director; Mike MacWithey, AHS head softball coach; Mickey Hullinger, AHS assistant softball coach; and Doug Guthrie, AHS principal. Apopka Blue Darters boys basketball player Joe Chealey (front, second from right) signed Thursday, November 15, with the College of Charleston Cougars, an NCAA Division I school in South Carolina. Shown are, (l-r), front, brother Preston Chealey, mother Dianne Chealey, Joe Chealey, and father Willie Chealey. Back row, Fred Priest, AHS athletic director; Eddie Jenkins, former AHS basketball coach; Matt Ruta, current AHS basketball coach; and Doug Guthrie, AHS principal. AHS softball signings Chealey signs with Coll. of Charleston Blue Darters topple Lake Brantley 60-43 in preseason basketball gameApopka guard Roy Rodriguez drives for a reverse lay-up during the preseason victory over Lake Brantley. Haleem Brown harasses a Lake Brantley player who has the ball. Apopka had 19 steals in the game. Deion Fields gets control of the ball after stealing it during the Blue Darters 60-43 victory over Lake Brantley.

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The Apopka Chief, November 23, 2012, Page 13B team in each game, hence the name of the event. Williams has compared the event to the series that the NCAAs Big-10 and Atlantic Coast Conferences hold each year, including counting the number of wins each claims. The Challenge, Wekiva is scheduled to 24, at noon. But for Wekiva, the challenge is also important to itself. The 20092010 team compiled a 19-10 record son tournament berth in the programs history. Playing in perhaps the toughest district in the state the next two been good, but not quite good enough to announce it is a regular challenge to the powers postseason regularity. Its last two teams have compiled a record nals of the District 8A-3 championship tournament, but lost to eventual district champions Dr. Phillips and West Orange. As a program which is developing, we need to play good, quality programs to start the season, Williams said of the past two years about the Challenge. Playing a tough, challenging schedule from the beginning of the season, prepares the team for the playoffs and that is especially true this year after earning the berth in the W e play in what many people district in the state. We cant afford to miss any opportunities to prepare for the tournament. This year, he reiterated it, but further did so as the coach of a team that, when analyzed and evaluated according to what it offers on paper, enters the season as close to earning its secdone. And the same is true of what it offers the other teams competing in the event. W e worked very hard to put together compelling match-ups and interesting storylines for each game, Williams said. We feel we have done that, and all of the teams are in a situation they can measure themselves they might be concerned about us. Of course, as the host team, we are the featured team and our game is the headliner. But we arent the only team and game with that kind of attention and pull. The 2012 Challenge has a couple of other games which have teams playing in them drawing attention from around the state, not just this area. When I describe the lack of attention, matching those kinds of teams to play each other to highlight I am talking about. Our excitement for this years challenge is also in the teams who have never participated in it before. And all are good enough to some more of that attention and prominence in its status among the state. The 2010 5A-state champion SAA postseason tournament in 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2010. With Chris Perry returning, they are a heavy favorite 8 forward, Perry is in the top-15 of ev ond year of existence as a school, but is almost universally acknowledged according to the recruiting rankings to have the best collection of young talent in the state as they are led by twin post players Avery and Anthony Brown. The team is already ranked and expected to contend for its district title. The game following Wekiva and Bartow pits Evans and Lake Highland Prep. Both programs are described as reloading instead of rebuilding. However, this year the expectations arent high just because of their names and rich tradition of winning, but everyone returns from both of those teams from 2011-12. Lake Highland adClass-4A postseason tournament. Evans big name is Dre Clayton. He is also 6-foot-8, inside the top-15 of every recruiting ranking and has comland counters with Joel Berry, who is rated number two among the sourcehoops.com top-100 players rankings In addition, both teams are coached by former NBA players. Chucky Atkins will be making his debut as Evans head coach. He played for eight different franchises including (1989-90). Lake Highland has been built into a state power by the Orlando The other game which stands out It doesnt seem to matter what the sport is, Dr. Phillips is always one of the best among the state. However, in basketball, it can lay claim to that status with back-to-back appearances in nal in 2010 and 2011. Those teams featured Shane Larkin (top-10 in the sourcehoops.com rankings and son of major league baseball hall-of-famer Barry Larkin). Both times, Dr. Phillips lost to Winter Park. It lost last year to District 3 champion West Orange in However that is only its most recent success as Dr. Phillips is as much of a guarantee to be among the state powers as possible. It has recorded at least 20 victories for 19 consecutive seasons. It has earned a berth in the of the past 11 years. During that time, Dr. Phillips has advanced to at least same status, emerging as the thenClass 4A state champion in 2010 and postseason tournament every year since 2002 (Class 5A before 2010). The run includes four appearances have won at least 20 games each year during the run except for two and the total was 19. The headliner games Saturday are Olympia vs. Lake Howell at 4:45 p.m. and Boone vs. Hagerty, which is slated to start at 8 p.m. Olympia was one its classes after the 2009-10 season, it placed Olympia and Dr. Phillips in different districts. W ekiva defeated Apopka in the pionship tournament to earn its berth in the regional round. Olympia lost which furthers the emphasis on Olympia not only being the team to beat in the district, but as a state power. Between 2002 and 2008, Lake Howell not only earned a berth in the Class 5A postseason tournament, but nal each time. The Silver Hawks adclaimed the state Class 5A championship in 2007. It is expected to have its best season since that run, with talk of competing for its district championship and a long run in the tournament again existing. In only seven years, Hagerty has Hialeah Gardens. It is also the twotime defending champion of its district. The defending District 8A-3 champion and the team which is perceived to be the closest to knocking off Olympia as the beast of the district, day at 12:45 p.m. Williams coached Lake Region before he came to Wekiva, guiding that program to three conthen Class 5A. Among the 32 teams participatval Apopka against Osceola in a game which closes out the Challenge at 9:30 p.m. Saturday. W ekiva and Lake Howell are the only teams playing two games. The tournament will also feature 10 of the top 50 seniors in the state (according to the sourcehoops.com player recruiting rankings) and 13 of the top 90. It will also include 15 teams expected to be ranked in their W e feel we have a really good competitive and close among two premiere teams, which continues what we set out to do and have done durlenges history, Williams said. As I said the last two years, we get supence coaches and programs. They all want to play and have bought into the have the tournament because of the support of them. 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rtnn rf n rfn rn fr b tt t t t t brrf nbbn brnn n tnbrr rb frn frnrf bfr nrb rfr nf frn nfnrbfb t nrrnfbr brbbnfrfr nnrbnfbfnnr bbrbfrnnbf nfnrfbrfn nnnnnbbnfn rbfrbrfrnf rnnbfrnrf nrfnf nnrf fbrfn tnbrr rrr nn n r rrfnbbr nfbbffnbrbnfb bn nrrrfbrf rnrrbfn nbbrbrn rnfbrbnf rb bnrb r r f r fn tn nb nn nn nr r tnb rbr nb nn rfnrtbfrf ntnnrn rffbfr nbf bbnn bbrbbbfrfn rfnftnbrbf rfnr fbrr rrbfbrf frf bnb rfbnr nfbrbffbfr rnfb rrnrf rnnnnf rn nnbfbn rnbfrbtbfr f br r rf n rfr n rr n rfr n fr f t n n n b tt t t t t brrf nbbn brnn n tnbrr rb frn frnrf bfr nrb rfr nf frn nfnrbfb t nrrnfbr brbbnfrfr nnrbnfbfnnr bbrbfrnnbf nfnrfbrfn nnnnnbbnfn rbfrbrfrnf rnnbfrnrf nrfnf nnrf fbrfn tnbrr rrr nnn rrrfnbbr nfbbffnbrbnfb bn nrrrfbrf rnrrbfn nbbrbrn rnfbrbnf rb bnrb r rfnntfffb t r r r r r r f r r r bt rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tntttn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbft rfntt bbbn r rt r fntbtnb r nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn rnn t t t t t nnn nfbb 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r fntbt bbt n f ffr r fr r f f n f f f f rfrntbtrrrf trbtb rbrf rbrft nrfbtrtbr bbtrb t rf bbbtrb tbrrfnbnbr rtrtr b ttrf r r rr rtrrfffr rbbfrbr rrfftb nbb rf r rtbtr r bbbb nb rbrrftbntb rfrfbrfrf nbnbrbrfr rfntr rfrbrf trrbnt rrfnnf rf brb bt tr r bb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r b n trtbt r fntbt tb frrr ff ff ff rfnftbnbfn ntbbnf tttt ftbbbnf b ttnf b fbfbt ffttb tbftbbt b btb bnbftnt bbnb ntnb nbnbb tnrbr bfrr f f b f r bb rf f frf frt rff r r r ffrt rfr f ff rff t bfbf nbb bbr bb bnb tbb rbt n ff frff ff bfrnbt nbtnt bbbttbb rrtnrb tbfttb bnbbfbrbnbt btnnntn btbbtb ftnbfnt bftbfbfn ttftbb n nbbfnf bfrrtb frbttntb btb nfrrtnnn tnbft bbr fnrbr bnntbn btn r fntbt bbb n f ffr r fffr r rr f f n fffr r fr bbf rt f rf nt bftf ft rbntt btbrfrn tbn rn n f rf r r rr f rf r nbb r rtbtr nfrf fnf r trnt nr r fnr rf r bt b t t bb b b brf bt rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r b bb n trtbt r fntbb tbt frrr ff ff rfnftbtf tbbbnf btt nf bfbfb tfft tbtbftb btb btb bnbftnt bbnb ntnb nbnbb tnrbr frr f f bf r bnf bb rf f frf frt rff r r r ffrt rfr f ff rff t bfbf nbb bbr bb bnb tbb rbt n ff frff ff bfrnbt nbtnt bbbttbb rrtnrb tbfttb bnbbfbrbnbt btnnntn btbbtb ftnbfnt bftbfbfn ttftbb n nbbfnf bfrrtb frbttntb btb nfrrtnnn tnbft bbr fnrbr bnntbn bt rfntbn ttnt rrr f f f f rr rfnrtbfrf ntnnr tntbn rffbf r fntbnttnt nnfnbfrf nrfnftnbr bf rbfb frf rfnbrrf rfnfnn bnbrf bnrr ffr rnf nnbfb nrnbfrb tbfrfnb bb r b r b r r r r f bnbnrr rn nr nnn fnfrbbf rf bfbf f nnnr b rfnrf n nfrnrn bffr rb bbfbrr r rbr n nbf rf nftnbr btfn tnbrrn nfnrbfb rrfrf nrbrff rbrft nf r bnrb bnntbn bt r ff ntbbb ntb f r b rf rnt rnb r tt b f ttbt ttt f b t b b f ttbt tt t btb f rfntbn ttb rrr f f rr f f rr rfnrtbfrf ntnnr tntbn rffbf r fntbnttb nnfnbfrf nrfnftnbr bf rbfb r f rfrfnbr rfrfnf nnbnb rfbnr r f frrnf n nbfbnr nbfrbtbfr fnb n r n r f bnbnrr rn n nnn fnfrbbf rf bfbf f nnnr b rfnrf n nfrnrn bffr rb bbfbrr r rbrnn bf rf nftnbr btfn tnbrrn nfnrbfb rrfrf nrbrff rbrft nf r bnrb bnntbn bt r fntbt bb nt f ffr r frr f f n f rff ntb rff ntb f t t t tt rft t tr r r bb rr b nbb r rtbtr tt r t t t b r bfr t rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r nfff n trtbt r fntbt bb n f ffr r r r f f n ff rf rf f ntbnbnnnt bn nntb nntb ntnn bbnb b ntb bbn nntn nbnbn b t rf r r rr bnbnntttnb nbtnbn bnntt nbb nt r rtbtr bn bb bb nnnt ntbbntntbnt nbntbn ntnb bntbbnnt bnnb nntbt nt bnb b n n bb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r f n trtbt t r fntbt bb nt f ffr r frr f f n rfn tb trr n tbb f nn t n b ttr r r bb rr nbb r rtbtr r r n nrrt nt rr r r r rrt rf brrtb btbr r r frn rr n trtbt b r fntbt bbtt n f ffr r frfr r f f n rf ntb rf ntb f t trfr t tt rfrffrr tt b tttr r r bb rr nbb r trtbtr tt f nftrfr n ftrfr nt fffb rff rff r trfr rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r f n n trtbt b r fntbt bbb nt f ffr r fr r f f n f r rf nttbb f rrf nttb f t t ttt r r r bb rr n nbb r rtbtr t rtt r tt ttt n tt tt n t rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r tt n trtbt rf ntbb bt f r ff f f rfnrttrb frtfnnn rnt ffr nn nn rfrfnrf nfbrfnnrbr rfnn nrf nrnffr tbnrfrnn ntrrtnf rbnt nnfnb rnfrttrb frtfn bf f f f f rf fbnfrtfrff fntr rfbnrfnb nfrnrn fftrrtf rbrr rrbnnt nfrrrn rrn trnnt nfbnrf nn nrr nf rt r r r frf rf nr f f f rft f bfff btbfnb ttb nr tftbt bb r fntbt bb nb f ffr r r r f f n f rf ntb r f rf ntb r f n n tt tnt tt ttt t b ttr r r bb rr nbb r trtbtr t r r rn n n rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n r n trtbt r fntbt bbt n f ffr r rr f f n f f rfrntbtrrrf trbtb rbrf rbrft nrfbtrtbr bbtrb t rf bbbtrb tbrrfnbnbr rtrtr b b trff r r tbb rr rtrrfffr rbbfrbr rrfftb nbb rf r rtbtr r bbbb nb rbrrftbntb rfrfbrfrf nbnbrbrfr rfntr rfrbrf trrbnt rrfnnf rf brb bt tr r bb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt bb nt f ffr r frr f f n f r f f r f f ntbtn t nt rnt bn ttt t nt tt nbb tt t br r r bb rr ttnnnt tnt tnn nbb n r rtbtrt tt bt tnb nttnntn bbtnt nbt tnttn tbt nbbtn ffn tt fr f t ttr rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt bb nb f ffr r r r f f n f r fn tb n r fn tb n f b t n tr r r bb rr nbb r trtbtr t tt t t ft f t ftt t rn t rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r t fn n trtbt r fntbt bb nb f ffr r r r f f n rfntb rfntb f b bbbfft tbr r r bb rr nbb r trtbtr b btb btb bbbfn bb bb ftb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r btt n trtbt r ff ntb n t bn bbnt r f rfnttbrttb rr ffr fr ff rf ntt r f rr nbbbn btb nn nt r t rrr f ntn nb tfr t t f r n f nt nt tnt n tt b nttt r bbn

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r fntbt bbt n f ffr r fr r f f n rffn ft b rffn ft f nn n bb bf b bbrf r r rr nbb r rtbtr b t rrt n nfrt ffrff t n rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r nf n trtbt b r fntbt bbtb nt f ffr r rr f f n f rfntbt ff rfntbt f t f t n ttr r r bb rr r nbb r rtbtr fb f b ft ffnr r tb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r bb fn n trtbt r fntbt bbb n f ffr r ff rr f f n ff r r f fnftbbnfff nbfb ffnr frfnb tfbfbfr nnbfrnr nb rfn nrnbf bffttf fbnfnbf n br r r bb rr nfbnfffn fnfnf nffb nbb f r rtbtrnf nn tn nfffbtb fnrnrffnf ttfnfnf ftbfn nfnnff nbfftbn ffttn r f r nfnr nb bf f nrn rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt bbtt nb f ffr r rr f f n ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf f bb f fb ff f ttr r r bb rr nbb r rtbtr frr rfrr rbr bff nftn f f fb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r fbr ffr n trtbt r fntbb tbnt fff r fr ff ff rr r r r ffr r f f ff t frtt f rf nt bfttf ft rbntt btbrfrn tbn rn n f tbnbbr ff r r b nbn rr f rf r bbtt r rntbnr nfrf fnf r trnt nr r fnr rf r bt b t t bb b b brf bt rr r r r rrn rf btrrntb tntr r rbb b b bnrntbn b r fntbt bb n f ffr r r r f f n f b frbbt f rf nt bftf ft rbntt btbrfrn tbn rn n f rf r r rr f rf r nbb r rtbtr nfrf fnf r trnt nr r fnr rf r bt b t t bb b b brf bt rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r b bb n trtbt r fntbt bbtt nb f ffr r rr f f n ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf f bb f fb ff f r r r bb rr nbb r rtbtr frr rfrr rbr bff nftn f f fb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r fbr ffr n trtbt r fntbt bb n f ffr r r r f f n f r r r f fnftbbnfffnb fbf fn fnbt fbfbfn nbfn nb fnrn nbfbf fttffbnf nbfn b rf r r rr nfbnfffn fnfnf nffb nbb f r trtbtr nf nn tnn fffbtb fnnffnf ttfnfnf ftbfn nfnnff nbfftbn ffttn f nfn r nb bf f nn rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r r n trtbt r fntbt bbtt n f ffr r frfr r f f n t r bbb f rf ntbr b bf tbb bfftb tf t t bt br r r bb rr f f nbb r trtbtr rtf rtr fr bftb tf fr rtf rf f b b b f b rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt bb nt f ffr r f rr f f n f r ff nttn b r ff nttn b f ntt tt tr ff r r t bb rr nbb r rtbtr r tt r tt n r t t t ntt rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r ftt n trtbt r fntbt bbtt nb f ffr r rr f f n f rfnt r ff rfnt r f bbbbb b bbf bfttb brbrbf rbff rrttr ttfb frbr rbbb bbrb r r r bb rr bbbb bbb bb nbb b r rtbtrb bbb bffbbb bbb bb bbb bb bbr nftt b nftt bf t bt bt ftnt rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n n trtbt r fntbt bbtt n f ffr r frfr r f f n f rf f rf f f ntbnbnnntb nn ntb ntb ntnnb fbnb b fntfbb fbnn ntnnbn bnb tr r r bb rr bnbnntttnb nbtnbn bnntt nbb nt r trtbtr bn bb b bnnnt ntbbntntbnt nbntbn ntnb bntbbnnt bnnb nnrtbt f rntf bnb ff fr fb n nf fbb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r f ff n trtbt r fntbt bb nt f ffr r rr f f n b frb f rf ntbr b bf tbb bfftb tf t t tr ff r r t rr f f nbb r trtbtr rtf rtr fr bftb tf fr rtf rf f b b b f b rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt btt n f ffr r fr r f f n f rff f rff f ntbnbnnntb nn ntb ntb ntnnb bnb bf ntbb bnn ntnnbn bnb btrf r r rr bnbnntttnb nbtnbn bnntt nbb nt r trtbtr bn bb bb nnnt ntbbntntbnt nbntbn ntnb bntbbnnt bnnb nntbt nt bnb b n nr bb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r r b n trtbt r fntbt bb n f ffr r rr f f n rf rf f ntbtn t nt nt bnrr ttrt rrtr nt ttrr rnbb ttr t b rf r r rr ttnnnt tnt tnn nbb n r rtbtr t tt btt nb nttnntn bbtnt nbt tnttn tbt nbbtrn n tt t tt rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt btt n f ffr r frr f f n rfntb f f fnt f ff ntnt ff trf r r rr r nbb r trtbtr ff n nfnt nfnt f nntnbt r nn nn rt fn rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r ttnttt n trtbt t r fntbt b n f ffr r ffr r f f n ff rff f rff f ntbnbnnntb nn ntb ffntb ntnnb bnb bff ntbb bnn ntnnbn bnb br f r r tb rr bnbnntttnb nbtnbn bnntt nbb nt r trtbtr bn bb bb nnnt ntbbntntbnt nbntbn ntnb bntbbnnt bnnb nntbt ff nt ff bnb r fb nf nf bbff rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r ff ntb r f r f n t bn bbnt r f rfntbbrtbt rr ffr fr f rfrr r frf rf frf r rr n nn r t rrr f ntbn n btfr t tb f r n f nbt ntb tnt n btt b bnttbb r bbn

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rfnnttbt r r r r r r f rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnrn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbf rffnftnfb b r r r r bnbt r fn rfntfttbnn ff fff b fft fnn nf r r f f ttntnt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r fn nbtbnb ffr ftbnf fbb rffnftbf b r r r r r r fbt rfntfttbnn ff fff b fft fnn nf r r f f ttnttr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r fn nbtbnb ffr ftbnf fbn rfnntttbb b r r r r r r bfb r fb rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n f fn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnnr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnbtb n ffr fbtf fbb rfnntftb r r r r r f rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tntn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbb rf ntb f bbb rf nft tbnf tnn f rn rff bftn rf f t nn r nr nft nn ntn b b n n rn rn nt n b b b b b b b b fb bb bbb n n f rrf f bn bnf rt f nn bb rfnnttbff r r r r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnntt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr ftf ffb rfnn ttbb r r r r ftb rfntfttbnn ff ff f n n n n tt bbn n ftt tf n n n n r f f f tnn ff n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt n n r r ft tbnt n n ffr b fbtf ft r f nftbt bbb r f rf r n rrr nrtr b rr nr r r r r r rbf n br b b tb t rf nn ff nn n nbbbb n nb n f n trr rrn tb rr rnn br nnnr rn n r tr rf r n n rr rf f ff r rn nttbt rfnntftb r r r r btb r f r bb rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n bffb n n n ftt tf n r n r f f tntnr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bft tnt n ffr ftf f r f f fntb b r r ffrr r f f rfnrtbfrfn tnnrn rffbfr nnbb nnbfbbrb bbfrfnrfnf tnbrbft brbfbrft rf r frfrbn brfbn rrnrf rnnnrf nftnbrr nfrn nnbfb nrnbfrb ntbfrfn b r r r f f rtbtr f r r n nn rfnt tt t t t t t rbrnn brnn tnbrrn brfnr bn nfnrbfb fbrfn b nbrfnr brbtnbr nfnrbfb rfntrb nbnfrbb bbrr nnbfnn t t bnrb trtbt t r ff ntbn tbn f r r r r r rf f f r r b n rffrntfbfrnrf bbb f nftfbrf nfbtffbrfrnbnb fffftnbn ffnrbt rffffbf nbnrbffr bnfbrf nbnf ffbf rnnf nnbntrf rnnbnrnf fbfnrfftnb fnbrnfrf fnbrf nbtfrnftfn b nff rbrfbrfnb nb fffftnb n ffnrbt rfff fbf nbnrbf fr bnfbrf nb nt ffbf rnnf nnbn tr frnnb nr nftfnffb fftnbrf fnf tfbtftnbfnb fnnb b nrt ffnn bbtbf ff nnnnrnb bffbf btnt nrfnf bnntbn b r f ntb t rn nn nnnfr n n n rfntb nn n rfntb n br b rftt nn n br b rftt n t rfnn nn n t rfnn n nntt rfntb nn n nntt rfntb rrr f rf t rnr n r nr f r rr r r nn r b fr f brnbn r n b rfnb r r t r nr rfnbrbt nbb r bbttf ntn ttb rfnntfffb r r r r r r r f rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n bfbf n n f ftt tbf n r n r f f tnttt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf ffb rff nftbnf r r r r rr r ff rfntfttbnn ff ff f ntn t fnn nf r f f f ttntrnt ff n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r tbr bfn tnn ffr b fnf ft r f r n tb b f f ff tt r tt nt rt t rfnrftbnrf brftbbtbnbn brbtrbtnbb rftbfbbtfrbn fb nnbt rfrftnrfb nfntrbbf rbrf rft bbbftrfrb bbnbb rftbttbnr bbnfrbbfffr rnfbbbt trbrnrfbb brnbnbnnfb trnrfrbn nftbbtnbr bnfrtfrt bf nr r rf t rf brbt trrtfb bnn trnnbb nbbb ntrr r bbbftbrn bftbrnrf bbbbfbrb nbrbb rfr bbnfb bftbrn nfbnrf t b t b bb t t t bnrb bb rfnnttfbb r r r r r r t f rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n bfbf n n f ftt tbf n r n r f f tnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf ff

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rfntt bn r r r fntbtnb r n t ttn t tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t bb nt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfnnttbf t r r r r r r bf rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ff n n n ftt tbf n r n r f f tnntn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr ftf f rfnntttbt bt r r r r r fb b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n fb fn n bftt tf n n r n r f f tnnnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fb rfntt bb r r fntbtnb r nt ttn t tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn b rffnfttb b r r r r tt rfntfttbnn ff fff b bfftb fnn nf r r f f ttntrr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bfn ntn ffr ftnf ft rr f ntb b fr n fr n rrfnt rbbrft brtt tfrr frb nfnfnt b fnn b ft rbr bbbbr frbt r r r rr r rbb bbb r b rbrb brbb b brr fnfnfn fn r bb r b t t b b bb t frf rrr frfb bt b nb frb t rb brbb rfnnttbb r r r r r r fbfbbf rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n f fn n b bftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf ft rfnntftbt r r r r f b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ff n n bbn ftt tf n r n r f f tntnnr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf f rfntt bbbn t rrt r fntbtnb n tr ttn tt f t r tr f bn r n t t t t bb nt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb r r r fntbtnb n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r nb t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn r fntb t ff frff fff ffr ff fr ffb r f b f rr f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f rrfr ntbrntr rrr rnt tttttr rnt nrfr trbr f r n rtt tt tt rnt t rtrt t rtt t trr fr nt f tr nt f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr nbr fr r rntbr ff f r f f fff f r rt brbb rfntbn tbt f f fff f rr rfnrtbfr fntnnr ntbn rff bf rfntbn tbtnnf nbfrfnrf nftnbrbf f b rbfbrff b frf nbrrfrf nfnnb nbrfb nrrrfnf nnnrf rnnnr nf nnbfb nrnbfrb tbfrfnb r r r r rr f bnbnrr rn btn fnfrbbf rf bfbf f nnnr b rfnrf n nfrnrn bffr rb bbfbrr r rbrnn bfnr nftnbr rbbf tnbrrn brrbr bfrn nfrrbr rbfrn rrfrf nrfnr rrt nf r bnrb bnntbn b rfnnttfbf b r r r r fb r fb r r bb rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n f fn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnttr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnbtb n ffr fbtf fb rfntt bb rr rr r fntbtnb n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn rnb t t t t t nnnt nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb r r r fntbtnb r r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r nbn t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfnnttfbb r r r r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n bffb n n nb ftt tf n r n r f f tnntr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fb r fntb tt rr ff f fff fff ffbn r b fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f rrfr ntbrntr rrr rnt tttttr rnt f rr r rf r br f r n rtt tt tt rnt t rtrt t rtt t trr fr nt f tr nt t t f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr nbr frr rntbr ff f r f f fff f r rt brbb t

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rfnntftb r r r r fbf rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r f f tntnrr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbt rfnntftb r r r r ftf rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tntn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf ff rffnfftbb r r r r bf rfntfttbnn ff fff b nn n tfnn nf r r f f ttntt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br fn bnn ffr fnf ftbb rfnnttbt r r r r r rr rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r f f tnnnr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbt rffnnfttb b r r r r bt rfntfttbnn ff fff b bbtftf f fnn ntf r r f f ttnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br fn bntn ffr ftnf fb r f ntb nrtt nn rr nnr ttf n rrn fn nrnn t rfntb n ttn t ntn rbr n nr n t tntrn rnt rrntt rt r ftn ft rnrtt nn bt bt tr nrt nnt rnnn n b f bbb b b bb b b frnn ttb brntnr rnn bbb rb bb trb bf tb rfnnttbb b r r r r r rrrrr r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fbf rfnnttbb r r r r r fft rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttbbt r r r r r r r ft rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt btn n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr ftf f rfnn ttbt r r r r fff rfntfttbnn ff ff f n n n n btt n n b ftt tf n n n n r f f f tnnrn ff n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt n n r r ft tnt n n ffr b ftf fbt rfnnttb b r r r r r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnnrr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bft tnt n ffr ftf f rf ntb nn nnn n n rr nnn nt tt t r ffrfrnrtr brfrnrtr frrff rfrf frfffrr tffrnrtr fffff rffff rrf rrfr frffrf fffrff bb rrff frftrf ffrrf r ttt rt tt tt ttt ttt t fff n t ffrfrr fffff tfrffrf rrf nr rfr rrftf f r frfff ftr ffff rrf r ffrtf fn ftf ftffrffr ffffrf r frfr fr b fn b bb ffn fnf t rfnnttbf r r r r r b r r rr r r rr rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt btn n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr ftf ff rfnntftbff r r r r r fbfb rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r f f tntnrtt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bft tnt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttfbb r r r r tbt b r r ffbt rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r f f tnntrr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bft tnt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttb r r r r r r n rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ffb n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbff rffnftfb t r r r r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b bbff ffb fnn nf r r f f ttntrtr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r btr tfn bnn ffr fnf fb

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rfntt bb r r fntbtnb n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn r n t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn b rfntt bb r rr r r fntbtnb r n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn rn t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b r r fntbtnb r r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r nn t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b r r fntbtnb r nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn r t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn n rfntt bbb rt r r fntbtnb n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b rt rt rt r fntbtnb r r r n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn rnn t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb t r r fntbtnb r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb r r r fntbtnb r n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnnt nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bn r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn r t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bn r r fntbtnb r nr t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bn r r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bbb rr r fntbtnb r nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnnt nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn b rfntt b r rr r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb r r r r r fntbtnb r n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn r t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn n rfntt bbnb r r fntbtnb r nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn rbn t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn

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r ff nttbn f r f r r f r f f r rr f r r r n rrfnrtt brtfr br r rr rf rr rr f r n r r t t tntn t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf n tt nt r nntn bt rfntt b t r fntbtnb r r rn t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r n t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn r ff ntbbb b r b r r b f b bb b fr b f f r b b fr r b r rrfnrtt brtfr r rr rf rr rr f b b r r t t n t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r r ff ntb bn r r f b f f fr f f r f f r r r b rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f f r r t t nbb t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf nb n tb r bbb r ff ntbbb nb r f r fb fr b f f r b fr r b r rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f rb b r r t t n t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r r ff ntbbb nb b b fb rb b fb f b r r rrb fb r r b r rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f rrb b b n f r r t t n t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r rfntt bn r fntbtnb r nr tt tnt tf t r tr f bn r nn t t t t bb nt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b r r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn r t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn r ff ntbb tbn fr f f r b n rrfnrtt brtfr r rr rf rr rr f fbt r r t t ntbn t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf n btt nt bb r bnntbn bt r ff ntb r r f r f n t bn bbnt r f rfntbbrtbtn rr ffr fr f rfrr rf frf rf frf rr n bn r t rrr bf ntbn n btfr t tb f r n f nbt ntb tnt n btt b bnttbbb r bbn r fntb b fr r ff ff ff ff ff b fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f fr f rrfr ntbrntr rrr rnt tttttr rnt rtr ff nr f nr rf rfntr f r f n rtt tt tt rnt t rtrt t rtt t trr fr nt f tr nt f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr nbr frr rntbr ff f r f f fff f r rt brbb nt rfntt bnn rr r fntbtnb nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn r t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rf ntbb tt fr b t f f rfn tnbnb bbt fbbb n b tn bf bnbb nf n n n b bf n nft r n n n n bt tt n tb tn br n n b n fb b n b b bb r f ntb b nnn nn n nn rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nn bnnb trfrftn nfntr bbf rfrft brrbbbftrf bbnbnb nbbttbnr rnrfbbbr nbnbnrbnn nfbtr nbn nftbbtnb r bbr n rf fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trrtfb bnn trnn bb btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb r nbnbrn fbnrb tbbb b r f ntbb rrr nnnfr rrr fn fn fn rfntb b rtntr b r n rn n rf rtt tt t ntn t t b bn b frn bt ft rtt bb btbbt b ft b b t t t t b tbbb