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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: 11-30-2012
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apopka (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 30, 2012, Page 1B See the stories at the top of the page about the Apopka Blue Darters football team. Last week, Apopka jumped out to a big early lead and easily defeated the Timber Creek Wolves, 56-14, in the second round of the Class 8A playoffs. This week, the Blue Darters will travel to the Jacksonville area to face Neptune Beach Fletcher in a regional Q. When will the boys basketball teams from Wekiva High and Apopka High meet this season? A. The Mustangs and Blue Darters will face off twice town rivals will be Wednesday, December 5, when Wekiva hosts Apopka. The Blue Darters will host the Mustangs just 16 days later on December 21 in the SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Neptune Beach Fletcher has nals without doing anything fancy. Offensively, the Senators line up most of the time in the I-formation with an outstanding running game and a very good passing game. Theyve also got a solid defense that doesnt give up cheap touchdowns and only 10 points per game. No wonder theyve forged an 11-1 record. Led by senior tailback Jamari Smith, Fletcher has come into Central Florida and won two road playoff games, defeating Lake Brantley and Seminole, over the past two Friday nights. Now, Fletcher will host the Apopka Blue Darters today, Friday, November 30, in one of four state. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $8 and available at the gate. The stadium is located at Fletcher Middle School, 2000 3rd Street North (Hwy. A1A), Jacksonville Beach. Jack Taylor Stadium is located between Seagate Avenue and 18th Avenue North behind the middle school campus, which is across By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff The weather may have been cool, but the Apopka Blue Darters contin ued with their red-hot play Friday, November 23, dominating Timber Creek from the outset for a 56-14 ReWolves. It was the ninth victory in a row for the Blue Darters, who lost 20-0 game last season. Apopka (10-2) surged to a 21-0 building the lead to 35-0 by halftime. And when the Blue Darters scored on the opening possession of the third quarter to go up 42-0, it slammed the door shut on any type of miracle comeback by Timber Creek (10-2). The Blue Darters rushed for 377 yards and passed for 105. We clicked tonight, Apopka coach Rick Darlington said. We were line played great. It was just a good night. son that Apopka has scored at least 56 points. During the nine-game winning streak, the Blue Darters have averaged 50.1 points per game. For the season, Apopka is averaging 42 points per game. But it was the Apopka defense that received the most words of praise from coach Darlington, as they held Timber Creeks Jacques Patrick to just 54 yards rushing, most of which came after the game was decided. Just a sophomore, Patrick led Central Florida in rushing with more than 2,000 yards and has already received substantial interest from such college coaches as Nick Saban of Alabama. To shut him down like we did was important, Darlington said. We didnt want to be in a track meet with them. Thats the story when we shut By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Point guard Joe Cheal ey and the Apopka High boys basketball team have broken out of the gates at a full gallop three games. While they have gotten production on both ends of the court from up and down the lineup, Chealey has been the mainstay for the Darters, as expected. The College of Charleston-signee is already averaging 27 points per game for the Blue Darters, pumping games, then adding 29 in the of the season for Apopka. That Metro victory came in the form of a 76-69 win over the Freedom Patriots, one of the better teams in Central Florida. Prior to that, the Blue Darters downed Osceola 68-65 on a three-point buzzergame of the Metro vs. Florida Challenge at Wekiva High. Apopka opened the season Friday, November 23, with a 74-68 overtime victory over Sarasota Riverview. Apopka 76, Freedom 69 Chealeys four 3-pointers of things to come as the senior ended the game with 29 points to lead the Blue Darters to the bounds. Hes a really good player, coach Ruta said about Chealey. Hes as good as there is in Central Florida, in my opinion. Ruta was also pleased with the improvement his team made since its win over Osceola. We had a much better effort than on Saturday, he said. Defensively, we were much better. Chealey wasnt the only one with a hot hand for the Darters, as Haleem Brown contributed 22 points, a season high for him. While most of Cheal eys points come from behind the arc or on in the lane on drives to the bucket, almost all of Browns points are off of offensive rebounds or otherwise around the bucket. A player who always seems to be around the ball when its near the basket, Brown yanked offensive end, to lead the Blue Darters. As a team, Apopka pulled down 34 rebounds, 16 on the offensive end. Deion Fields was also with 10 points. Apopka held a 37-33 lead at halftime, but Freedom quickly erased that and surged to a 45-41 lead, but an Apopka scoring run of 12 straight points gave the Blue Darters a 53-45 lead, something 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 8:30 This is an un-timed, un-scored fun run, said Lorena Potter, Parks and Recre ation 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 today, Friday, November 30, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 N. Forest Avenue, 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. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff For the Wekiva Mustangs boys basketball team, the Metro Challenge vs. Florida Challenge held over Thanksgiving weekend serves many purposes. The one that most direct ly affects the teams season is the event is the beginning of a tough schedule designed to prepare the Mustangs for the rigors of the postseason and playing in the tough District 8A-3. Playing two ranked programs, the Mustangs got their it with its coach Scott Williams saying his staff was, for the most part, fairly pleased with how the team played during the two games as a whole. Wekiva took on Bartow in its opening game Friday, November 23, falling to the Yellow Jackets, 67-60. The Mustangs bounced back with a 5954 victory Saturday, November 24, over Lake Minneola. Bartow claimed the then2010 Class 5A state champion ship and has earned berths in the regional round of the FHSAA postseason tournament only its second year, Lake Minneola is known for having a great collection of young talent and is already ranked and is expected to challenge for its district championship. Wekiva 59, Lake Minneola 54 A day after playing Bar tow, Wekiva had to do an aboutface. Taking on Lake Minneola, it had to change its approach from facing a more traditional opponent relying on a power, inside game which is set up by strong outside shooting to an up-tempo, run-and-gun, sharpshooting style. And combined nal footing as Wekiva played in only its second game of the season, it looked like it was just too much to handle at this point of the season. However, the Mustangs showed they do have the resiliency, force of will, and pur pose that theyve had in the past as they made a couple of plays with just under three minutes and that ballooned into a 13-0 run which not only gave them the lead, but earned Wekiva the 59-54 victory. We spent most of the time just going around and around the perimeter, Wekiva coach Scott Williams said. We just wouldnt move the ball to where we need to after catching it. Our advantage was under the rim and the low paint and we didnt use it. On the other hand, raiser for the Zellwood Community Center will be held Saturday, December 8 at the Zellwood Station Golf and Country Club 2126 Spillman Drive, Zellwood. Registra tion begins at 7 a.m. and tee-off is at 8 a.m. What an exciting year its been for the center. We have built a brand new playground and resurfaced our tennis courts, said Denny Shiver, an organizer of the event. We partnered with Kaboom! and Disney to build a wonderful new playground and edible garden for our commu nity to enjoy for years to come. Join us afterwards for lunch at the Zellwood Community Center. The cost is $240 per foursome, which includes lunch and door prizes. Shiver said there would be prizes for closet to the pin, longest drive, and the winners. To date, organizers need hole sponsors ($75 per hole) and businesses to offer donations of their products or services as For more information, call 321-3030582, 407-625-1503 or email aarontbar rett@aol.com. Apopkas next foe solid on both sides of ballWho: Apopka Blue Darters (10-2) at Neptune Beach Fletcher Senators (11-1) When: Today, Fri., Nov. 30, 7:30 p.m. Where: Jack Taylor Stadium located at Fletcher Middle School, 2000 3rd Street North, Jacksonville Beach Why:nal game Cost: $8 at the gate Radio: WBZW-1520AM, www.1520thebiz.com Darters score early, often in playoff win See APOPKA Page 11B See SOLID Page 11BQuarterback Zack Darlington heads toward the end zone on a 78-yard scoring run. Josh Filmore drives past a Lake Minneola defender during Wekivas 59-54 victory over the Hawks. Haleem Brown guards Sarasota Riverviews Nick Havener during Apopkas 74-68 overtime victory over the Rams.AHS opens new season with 3 winsCitys Reindeer Run set for December 1 two basketball games See WEKIVA Page 12B See DAR TERS Page 11B

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 3B I am sure it took the Timber Creek football players, coaches and fans at least a couple of days to wipe the cobwebs out following the 5614 loss to the Apopka Blue Darters in the second round of the playoffs. To say it was an incredible night for the Darters is an understatement. Its been several years since Apopka had a playoff game like that. The Darters were in an attacking mode in all phases of the game. After Timber Creek got rather easily inside Apoppossession, the Darters got stingy on defense, holding the was no good. dent Apopka team that scored quickly on offense, forced a couple of turnovers and a lot of three-and-outs on defense, and was outstanding in special teams play. The blocked punt by Apopka was huge. Deon Lowman and a couple of buddies broke through the line and he smothered the punt, pretty much taking it off the punters foot. With no Timber Creek players near the ball, Garrett Spek picked it up and easily scored. That gave the Blue Darters a 21-0 lead just eight minutes into the game, and, for all practical purposes, it was over at that point. Blocked punts are such game-changers, but not only on the scoreboard. Even the best teams may go an entire season without blocking a punt. When you do and then score on the block, its an emotional lift for the scoring team. The opposite is true for the punting team, especially when you are already trailing 14-0. Apopka played a nearly perfect game. Yes, there were, again, too many penalties, but there were no turnovers and when you average about 10 yards per rush, you can overcome myriad penalties. Coaching search Wekivas effort to replace football coach Ty Parker continues, as Wekiva athletic director Lamarr Glenn is still accepting resumes through the end of this week. I spoke with Glenn earlier this week and he had about 60 resumes at that point and was continuing to receive them. Some of them, I am sure, are from assistant coaches out of the area and out of state who think it would be good to apply and neat to live in Central Florida. They may or may not know there is some pretty good football played in this area, but, in any case, they arent ready to lead a high school football program, certainly not at the big-school level in Florida. But, there are some others who may be assistants now who are ready to lead a program. Of course, there are very likely some names in the list who are currently head coaches elsewhere. Interviews will begin the week of December 10 after Glenn culls the list to about pal Dr. Elise Gruber to interview. Parker, meanwhile, continues to teach at Wekiva. Hes talked to other schools about possible coaching slots, but hes still far from making a decision on which way he will go. Hell be an asset wherever he ends up. Hoops Playing tough schedules is never easy, but, for the long term, its the best way to go, especially in a sport like basketball. The girls basketball teams at both Wekiva and Apopka have had tough sledding over both programs are trying to build back up and it can take a while. For the boys programs locally, the Mustangs are also playing top teams and went 1-1 in the Metro vs. Florida Challenge they hosted over Thanksgiving weekend. Coach Scott Williams will play pretty much anybody anywhere, which only helps come time for the postseason. You dont want your team getting beat up every night, but the only way to improve is to play the best. The Mustangs fell to Bargot by Lake Minneola, a strong second-year squad. Apopka, coach Matt Ruta, hosted Sarasota Riverview, and then faced Osceola in the Metro-Florida event at Wekiva. Just like Wekiva, the Blue Darters had a pair of close games, but Apopka was able to pull off victories in both cases. Against Riverview, Apopka lost a big second-half lead, but managed to win in overtime with some clutch free-throw shooting. Then, the Darters nipped Osceola by three when senior point guard and leader Joe Chealey hit nothing but the net on a 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds left. His trey broke a 6565 deadlock. Chealey has been the season, hitting 26 points games, then besting that with 29 against Freedom earlier this week. It should be an interesting season for both Wekiva and Apopka, and I think both teams may have something to say about which teams advance out of the district tournament. Apopka at Neptune Beach Fletcher If the Blue Darters could bottle last weeks performance and just break it out again this week, they would come home a happy squad. But, the chances of that happening are small, I am afraid. Apopka could perform at the same high level, but I dont see any way there is an outcome like the Blue Darters 56-14 win over Timber Creek. As good as the Wolves were on defense throughout the season, I think Fletcher plays at a much higher level. They have some solid players on that side of the ball. Fletchers defensive line has gotten a lot of praise this season and the numbers back that up, as the Senators have given up just 10 points per game. Apopka, on the other hand, has been scoring in bunches during the nine-game winning streak, scoring less than 45 points only once during that stretch when the Blue Darters downed Palm Bay Bayside, 24-7. In that game, the Blue Darters committed three turnovers and quarterback Zack Darlington went down with an injury that kept him out of the game for most of the second half. Bayside, however, had good team speed on defense and they were obviously coached well. I would expect the same type of defensive performance from the Senators. From everything I hear about Fletchers defense, you have to earn every point you score. They will not give up big plays, and they make teams drive the which is tough to do against a good defense. Offensively, the Senators offer nothing fancy, but they are very good on that side of the ball, as well. Running back Jamari Smith has committed to South Carolina, so that tells you of his quality. Plus, Fletchers passing game is underrated due to Smiths production this season. I really like how this Apopka team is playing right now on both sides of the ball and if they bring the same mentality to the game against Fletcher that they had against Timber Creek, it will be hard for the Senators to beat the Blue Darters, but I just dont see Apopka traveling about 2-1/2 hours and performing at the same level they did last week. If Apopka was playing a lesser team, I could see the Blue Darters coming home with a win, but this Fletcher team is very good. Fletcher by 4. The two Apopka High School Special Olympics softball teams brought home gold and silver medals from the 2012 Florida Special Olympics Fall Classic November 16-17 at ESPNs Wide World of Sports. The Apopka Hawks Special Olympics softball team time in Apopka Special Olympics history, defeating the Sarasota Bombers by winning two out of three games. The Apopka Ospreys won the silver medal in the event when they played the Miami Southridge Spartans. The Apopka Hawks were down 14-6 in game 1 versus the Sarasota Bombers when inning to tie the game, winning the contest 16-15 in extra innings. The Apopka Hawks outscored the Sarasota Bombers 32-29 in the three games they played against each other. The Apopka Ospreys had their best showing in their competition during the weekend, as well. This is the fourth season that the Apopka High Special Olympics program has had a softball team. 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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 6B With this coming weekends calendar-page-turn to December, many Christmas parties and other holiday get-togethers soon are going to start happening. A lot of readers of Kitchen Kapers will be taking on the roles of party or dinner hosts and hostesses. What will you serve your guests? That really is the big question, because there are so very many options from which to choose. Will it be a sit-down dinner, a serve-your self buffet table, casual hand-held snacks or just big bowls of chips and pretzels, or maycious home-baked cookies? Will it be elegant punch bowl or easier plastic and paper cups placed beside a variety of extra-large bottles of juices and sodas, or what? Whichever venue you choose, enjoy the experience! Include some of the recipe suggestions below from your Apopka neigh bors cookbooks and make this 2012 Christmas season your happiest ever. It may still be just a little too early to start saying this, but a very Merry Christmas to all! ANDREA SIMMONS SPICED ALMONDS Recipe from Feeding The Flock 1 pound almonds or other nuts 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 egg white 1 tablespoon water 1/2 cup margarine or butter Whip egg white until frothy. Add water, sugar and cinnamon. Melt margarine or butter in microwave bowl and pour into a 9-x12-inch cake pan. Pour almonds (or other types of nuts) in egg mixture. Stir well and then pour into pan. Bake at 250 degrees for one to one and a half hours, stirring every on wax paper to cool. NANCY BAUMS SNICKERDOODLE COOKIES Recipe from Feeding The Flock 1-1/2 cups sugar 1/2 cup butter, softened 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 eggs 1 teaspoon cream of tartar 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoons cinnamon In large bowl, beat sugar and butter until cream of tartar, baking soda and salt. Mix well. In small bowl, combine the two tablespoons sugar and two tablespoons cinna ter and mix well. Shape dough into 1-inch balls and roll in the sugar cinnamon mixture. Place two inches apart on ungreased cookie sheets. Bake for eight to ten minutes in 400-degree oven. Remove immediately from cookie sheets. Recipe yields four dozen cookies. INEZ COXS CHRISTMAS CHEESE BALL Recipe from Errol Membership Recipes 2 (8-ounce) packages cream cheese 1 small can crushed pineapple, drained 1/4 cup diced green and red peppers chopped Salt (amount to your taste) Accent (amount to your taste) Pecans or other nuts of your choice (amount to your taste) Mix all ingredients except nuts together, roll into ball and chill. Roll ball into chopped nuts just before serving. ANN SEXTONS HOT ARTICHOKE DIP Recipe from Errol Membership Recipes 1 (16-ounce) can artichoke hearts (not marinated) 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup plain yogurt, drained Dash of paprika 1 cup Parmesan cheese, grated Drain artichokes and mash well. Add remaining ingredients and mix with fork. Sprinkle paprika over top. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Recipe yields two cups of artichoke dip. HAZEL BRANTONS PUMPKIN DIP AND GINGERSNAPS Recipe from Feeding The Flock 1 (16-ounce) can pumpkin 2 (8-ounce) packages cream cheese 1 (1-pound) box powdered sugar 1/4 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice Gingersnaps Mix together all ingredients except gingersnaps. Serve with gingersnaps as dippers. MISTY TAYLORS ARTICHOKE RANCH DIP Recipe from Feeding The Flock 1 cup mayonnaise 1 cup sour cream 1 packet (1-ounce) Ranch Salad Dressing and Seasoning Mix 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 to 2 (15-ounce) cans artichoke quarters in water, drained and chopped 1/2 cup chopped roasted bell peppers 2 cups shredded Swiss cheese 1-1/2 cups French Fried Onions, divided Tortilla chips or crackers for dipping Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray 1-quart baking dish with cooking spray and set aside. In medium mixing bowl, whisk together mayonnaise, sour cream, ranch seasoning mix and lemon juice until smooth. Stir in artichokes, roasted red bell peppers, Swiss cheese and 1/2 cup French fried onions. Transfer to prepared baking dish. Bake in preheated oven about 20 minutes. Remove from oven and top with remaining French fried onions and return to oven. Continue baking until set and until top is golden brown. Serve with chips and crackers. Recipe yields about ten servings. JOANN SHAWS BACON-JALAPENO TOMATO QUESADILLAS Recipe from Taste and See 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, softened 4 cups (16 ounces) shredded Monterey Jack cheese 12 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled 1 small tomato, chopped chopped 1 teaspoon ground cumin Salsa Spread butter on one side of tortilla. Place buttered side up on baking sheet and bake at 400 degrees for three minutes or until lightly browned (this may be done up to two hours ahead). Combine cheese, bacon, tomato, peppers and cumin. Sprinkle over utes until cheese bubbles. Cut into quarters. Serve with salsa. MISTY TAYLORS LAYERED GREEK DIP Recipe from Feeding The Flock 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon dried Italian seasoning 3 cloves garlic, minced 1-1/2 cups prepared hummus (one whole container) 1 cup chopped artichokes (or cucumbers) 1 cup chopped tomato 1/2 cup chopped pitted Kalamata olives 1/2 cup crumbled Feta cheese 1/2 cup sliced green onions (or chives) Pita chips or crackers In medium mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese, lemon juice, Italian seasoning and garlic with electric beater on medium speed until smooth and combined. Spread the cream cheese mixture into a deep nine-inch pie plate or shallow serving dish. Evenly spread hummus on cream cheese layer. Top with artichokes (or cucumbers), tomato, olives, feta cheese and green onions (or chives). Cover and refrigerate for at least two hours before serving. Serve with pita chips and/or hearty crackers. Recipe makes about 2-1/2 cups of dip or 16 servings. Note: Do not prepare this dish too far in advance. (It will become runny.) ANN HLINAKS SPINACH BALLS Recipe from Sharing Our Finest Cookbook 2 boxes frozen cooked spinach 6 eggs, beaten 3/4 cup melted margarine 2 medium onions, chopped 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese 1 tablespoon garlic salt 2/3 teaspoon thyme 1/2 teaspoon pepper Cook spinach according to directions. Drain well, very important. Mix in other ingredients. Chill. Roll into balls a little smaller than golf balls. (If you want to freeze these for later, at this point put balls on cookie tray, freeze and then place in freezer storage bags, thawing and using as needed.) Bake the spinach balls at 350 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes. Recipe makes about 65 spinach balls. LISA LOCHRIDGES GREEN OLIVE SPREAD Recipe from Taste and See 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup chopped stuffed green olives 1/2 cup chopped pecans Combine all ingredients. Mix well. Chill Serve with crackers or bread. MARIE TRIVENTOS RIPE OLIVE SPREAD Recipe from Sharing Our Finest Cookbook 1 (3-ounce) package cream cheese, softened 3 tablespoons ripe chopped olives 2 tablespoons slivered almonds, toasted, salted and chopped 1 clove garlic, crushed Mix all ingredients well. Serve on melba rounds. PENNY GARYS NO-BAKE OATMEAL COOKIES Recipe from Feeding The Flock 2 cups sugar 1/2 cup butter 1/2 cup milk 3 tablespoons cocoa 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup peanut butter 3 cups oatmeal Mix together all ingredients except peanut butter and oatmeal. Bring ingredients to a boil. Remove from heat and add the peanut butter and oatmeal. Mix well. Drop by tablespoons on waxed paper. Make this Christmas your happiest ever with these recipes SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1Reindeer 5K Fun Run and Walk: beginning promptly at 7:30 a.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. Due to a change in schedule, the Apopka Recreation Departments annual Turkey Trot 5K has been transformed into the and Walk. The cost to pre-register is $15 plus a new, unwrapped toy ticipants may register at the Northwest Recreation Complex Monday register online at www.apopka.net. Craft, Bake and Yard Sale: Saturday only. We will be offering Hand Made Arts and Crafts, Home Baked Equipment, Electronics, Art Work, House Hold Items and much more. Held by the Tangerine Community Church, 7141 Wright Ave Come early for a Pancake Breakfast hostHot Dogs at the Sale. All proceeds to help support the Church and its Missions in the Community. Surviving the Holidays Seminar: Methodist Church. Call today for more information, 407-464-2614 or Golf Cart Parade and Party: 4:00 p.m., the Errol Estate Golf and Country Club has partnered with the Apopka Elementary PTA to Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. There will be separate parties for the children and the adults at the clubhouse immediately after and other surprises will be sold to 0223 or email kimblal@aol.com or ruthcallaghan12@gmail.com.SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2Beginning Racewalking Program: Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registrawww.orangecountyparks.net. F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: 6:00 include Bible study, craft time, and singing for ages 5 years through MONDAY, DECEMBER 3 Beginning Racewalking Program: 5:00 p.m. 5:55 p.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registrawww.orangecountyparks.net. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensinoncommercial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are currentgo to www.tops.org. Toastmasters: the **Apopka Area Chamber of katoastmasters.org.TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4Walk and Talk: a.m., at Magnolia Park. Call 407Watercolor Painting Class: SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Apopka Garden Club Meeting: formation, contact Sharon at 407Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: the month at 12:00 noon, at Errol day before, or for information, call GFWC Apopka Womans Club Board Meeting: 5:00 p.m. at the Apopka Area Chamber of ComFran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonsupport organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews PresbyteCrafts & Chatter and Board Games: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of senior adults who enjoy playing board games or creating projects. Call 407-703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. Come and join the fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-703-1631 for information. Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: At 10:15 a.m., lasts apNorth Orange Branch.* Toddler Time: Wed., Especially for children ages Orange Branch.* Storybook Fun for Your Little One: Recommended for children ages and last approximately 30 minutes. City Council Meeting: 1:30 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to City Clerk 407-703-1704. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6Walking Club: a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: Community Center, 519 S. Central in Apopka information. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. at Porkies BBQ, 256 E. night will feature drawings, prizes, trophies and just plain showing 3351. Planning Advisory Board Meeting: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with no703-1704. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the UPCOMING EVENTS Camp Scooter: The Orange sion will host Camp Scooter during the holidays for youth in grades K-5 at the following locations: Wheatley the following: Week 1: December $15. Week 2: December 31-Januwww.OrangeCountyParks.net., to com. Apopka Christmas Parade: age Sertoma Club of Apopka will hold the 36th annual Parade on Deup now for your parade entry! Holiday Reception: Sunday, December 9, from 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m., hosted by the Apopka Historical Society, to showcase holiday Garden Club of Apopka, at the Mumation, call 407-703-1707, email director@apopkamuseum.org or Kiwanis Club Meeting: Meetings at 6:00 p.m., for dinner or 6:30 p.m., for the meeting only, at Errol Estate mation, contact Stuart Harris at #996, Apopka. Club of Orlando: Meetings will each month starting in September through May, from 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m., at the Elks Club, 12 N. Ministry offers Free Meal : The Open Heart Kitchen presented by St. Paul AME Church, will offer a free meal held on the third Monday Man to Man Prostate ACS Cancer Support Meeting : Held the second Chamber of Commerce. The meetcancer, or would like more informaThe Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, organization to meet 7 p.m., Apopka Assembly of God, 951 N. Park held on third Thursday of month, at same time and location and will ONGOING EVENTSUtility Bill Payment Assistance : SENIORS ages 60+, can get onetime assistance per season with past due utility bills, October 1 through March 31. St. Paul A.M.E. or 407-694-1405. Personal Wellness & Management Coach offering Free Camp: Bridge Games and Classes: ular and talked about card game in the world. Newcomers are always perienced players, games are held Monday, Wednesday, Thursday Seniors Meals on Wheels: is lookeach route taking about an hour. Hospital Health Course Offered : to help those with chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and more. Call free chronic disease self-management courses. Free Educational Hands-On Programs: Rescue Department offers free programs such as CPR, citizens Zellwood Garden Club: Members continue to collect old cell phones for the Sheriffs Department. Call Ministry Collecting Toys: Exthat assists local charities with proel-sized hygiene products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant Computer Classes in both English and Spanish: Branch.* Classes are: Computer Basics, Excel, Word Resume Searches, Power Point, Internet, ange Branch* for more details. Habitat Volunteers: Sign up to month of December! Go to www. new, register by clicking on the right, need help hanging doors, installing trim, prep for painting, painting, landscaping, and cleaning for occuPlace. ************Apopka Area Chamber of Combrary North Orange Branch Address: Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or email ads@theapopkachief.com.To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, or Visit the Web site at www.theapopkachief.com. $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county) WEEKLY EVENTS WEEKLY EVENTS UPCOMING & ONGOINGEVENTS CANCELLED HAPPY THANKSGIVING!Belly Dance Classes should wear comfortable clothing. Call 407-703-1631, for information.Tennis Programs : Held at the Northwest Recreation of instruction. Adults interested in youth programming and CANCELLED GFWC Apopka Womans Club General Meeting: 7:00 p.m. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with notice. City Council Meeting: 1:30 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with 703-1704. GFWC Apopka Womans Club Board Meeting: 5:00 p.m. at the Apopka Area Chamber of Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with Clerk 407-703-1704.Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: of the month at 12:00 noon, at the 5305. CLOSED FOR THE 4th!Balling For Jesus: Bobby Scott at 407-247-5553 or email jadamone@aol.com. Ministry Needs Personal-sized Hygiene items: Extended Hand Outreach, a nonCity Council Meeting: bers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings info., call City Clerk 407-703-1704.

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 4B Thanksgivin is over and by now all the turkey and ham should be gone, as well. I sure hope everyone had a great Thanksgivin and you got over the weekend. It was pretty windy in our area durin the it settled down after the cold front came through town. The only problem was we had bluebird skies and if you seem to have lockjaw when these conditions prevail. Friday after Thanksgivin and those old bluebird skies sure shut down most of the bite in with Rick Mullins, a friend of mine from church. We caught on plastic worms. We tried everything including, swim-baits, crankbaits, top-water, Rat-L-Traps, but the only way we could get a bite was on a plastic worm. and almost dead-stick it to get a bite. Anyway, I caught Rick even caught a shoepick on his plastic worm. If you dont know what a shoeFlorida. They call em shoepicks in Louisiana. We had a great time on the water even hoped. We still had fun. By the time you read this, we will be on the other side of the full moon. We had a full moon Wednesday, November 28, so three days before and three days after the full moon, up. Goin into the weekend, the specks should be back to bitin on a consistent pattern. Captain Joe reports that the folks in his area are catchin some nice specks channels. You need to be in 3 a jig tipped with a minner. You can locate the specks by trollin with a Beetle Spin, or a 1/4 oz. Rat-L-Trap until you drift over the same area with jigs tipped with a minner. You need to use your brightest colored jigs to get the specks to bite. Good colors have been chartreuse, pink, lemon-orange, and the gold ice jig. The red rooster has been a great color which is a gold metal Lots of folks are makin the trip up to Orange Lake and Lake Lochloosa near Gainesville. to catch some specks. I mentioned these two lakes a couple of weeks ago and some folks made the trip and they are catchin some real nice specks and, in some cases, folks are gettin their limits on recent trips. pick back up in the Harris Chain this weekend. Most of the specks are still in deep water. Some good lakes to try have been Lake Carlton and Lake Harris. Some folks are catchin some nice specks under the Howey Bridge, too. The specks should start to move towards the shoreline docks at the Eustis Lake Walk should improve soon. As I mentioned earlier, tle slow but should get better if the wind doesnt pick up too much. Look for schoolers in the Butler Chain and the Conway Chain. Look for the divin birds feedin on the specks and a few mullet off the seawall in Lake Monroe and the seawall up at Crows Bluff area of the St. Johns River. Have a great week, and Ill see ya next week. Tip of the week: need some clouds. Save a few and good luck! By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff As one of the feeder programs for the successful Apopka High football team, the Apopka Lions youth football organization is successful in its own right. Advancing deep into its playoffs with three successive championships, this years Apopka Lions Pee Wee team (11-12 years old) has added to an ever-increasing line of success and championships. The Lions will begin play Monday, December 3, in Kissimmee for its age groups national championship. The players arent just good athletes but they are good students (a combined 3.2 GPA), head coach Todd Peterson said. We have talent, but if we cant develop it and play as a team, it doesnt matter. When players do well in the classroom, they tend to well on stand the importance of developing the talent and most importantly, what we are coaching them to do. They grasp the game plan and how to execute it. Our game plan is basic football, running the ball well and playing strong defense. Strong defense leads to the ball well leads to a good defense. A running game which moves the ball steadily gives the defense the opportunity to rest and make adjustments. Our players understand that relationship and we put together the game plan we do so it happens. We also have gotten great support from the parents and families, which has encouraged the players to trust us and motivate the team to keep doing what it has been doing. The Central Florida Youth Leagues parent organization is American Youth Football. The Apopka Lions are a member of the Central Florida Youth Football League and its Western Division. With an 8-1 regular season record, the Lions advanced to the Western Division championship game and meeting with the Wekiva Redskins. The Lions won by a 32-0 score. That victory earned the team another game and it was against the Edgewater Buccaneers in the Central Florida Youth Championship. In sports, in general, every championship team seems to be required to face adversity during at least one game. Albeit it wasnt during the regular season, the Lions faced their adversity and emerged with the heart of a champion. The Lions moment came during the championship game as it found itself down 21-7 at halftime and 28-14 during the third quarter. To make matters worse, Edgewater regained possession of the ball after taking the 28-14 lead. But the game was far from over as Apopka checked off the overcoming adversity box on the checklist of items which make a champion. Duce Peterson forced a fumble and Keyshawn King recovered it. Cornelius Williams turned the fumble into points as he scored to cut the lead to 28-21 at the start of the fourth quarter and the comeback was on. Edgewaters offense was unable to earn remainder of the game while each of Apopkas possessions ended with Williams rushing to tie the game and then to take the lead for good. Williams was named MVP of the game. As the champion of the CFYFL, the Lions then took on the Sarasota Bulls for the AYFs Southeast Regional Championship (Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas and Florida). The Bulls were dispatched by a 43-0 score. Jaylen Carter was named the MVP of that game. Last season, we advanced to the championship games, but lost, Peterson said. This season, we have had one goal. We like we started last year. Finish has been the one word we have said time and time again this season. It has been the key word all season and we have lived up to it. Both units have done it with a demonstration of overfense has gained over 350 yards per game and scored 526 points. The defense has held opponents to less than 100 per game and a total of 48 points. If a law enforcement agency charges you with a crime and this paper reports is later dropped or if you are to The Apopka Chief In the period from November 19-25, the Apopka Police Department received 882 calls for assistance, responded to 12 tions and made 31 arrests. Of these arrests, 5 were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with loitering or prowling, child in violation of imposed condition and burglary unoccupied conveyance. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Dominique Parker, 18, 2055 Beardsley Dr., Apopka, loitering or prowling, possession burglary tool and/or use-with intent to use. Jarvis D. Cooper, 18, 1950 Nicole Lee Cir., Apopka, loitering or prowling, possession burglary tools and/or use-with intent to use. Riley Emmery, 22, 620 Ella J. Gilmore, Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense. Linda McKinley, 46, 620 Ella J. Gilmore, Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense. Edner Calel, 22, 215 Jordan Stuart Cir., Apopka, disorderly intoxication in public. Obed Cartagena-Cerritos, 21, 1400 Banana Rd. 71, Lakeland, fraud-possession display forged stolen drivers license. Monk Ave., Plymouth, driving with license suspended 1st ofwithout violence. Rachel Jean Rimes, 39, 1165 S. Central Ave., Apopka, trespassing-structure or conveyance, possession and or use of drug equipment. Quinetta Latrice Corbett, 28, 63 W. 10th St., Apopka, disorderly intoxication in public x 2. Thomas G. Nobile, 64, 42 W. 7th St., Apopka, battery on Apopka Lions youth football teams have another great seasonApopka Raptors send three teams to national championship tournaments Fishin should pick back up with full moonThe Apopka Raptors Mitey Mites team is participating in the 8U AAU national championship tournament this weekend in Orlando. The team opens today, Friday, November 30, with a game against a team from Maryland and follows later this afternoon with a contest against a squad from North Carolina in pool play games. Single-elimination games will be played Saturday, December 1, with the championship game Sunday, December 2, at 9 a.m. The games will be played at the Central Florida Fairgrounds, except for the championship contest, which will take place at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. The Apopka Raptors Pee Wee squad is participating in the 10U AAU national championship tournament this weekend in Orlando. The team opened pool play Thursday, November 29, past press time with a game against a team from North Carolina. Pool games will continue today, Friday, November 30, with contests against two squads from Virginia. Single-elimination games will be played Saturday, December 1, with the championship game Sunday, December 2, at 11 a.m. The games will be played at the Central Florida Fairgrounds, except for the championship contest, which will take place at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. The Apopka Raptors Varsity squad is participating in the 14U AAU national championship tournament this weekend in Orlando. The team opened pool play Thursday, November 29, past press time with a game against a team from Louisiana. Pool games will continue today, Friday, November 30, with contests against a team from the Washington, D.C. area and one from Virginia. Single-elimination games will be played Saturday, December 1, with the championship game Sunday, December 2, at 3 p.m. The games will be played at the Central Florida Fairgrounds, except for the championship contest, which will take place at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. Police Beat See POLICE Page 7B

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 7Bperson 65 years of age or older. Gary L. Rhymes, 40, 2003 tery-touch or strike. Domitil Maldonado-Saucedo, 36, 607 Herb Hudson Ct., Apopka, operating vehicle without drivers license. Luis Meraz, 20, 2453 Highland Ave., Apopka, operating vehicle without drivers license. Morgan Saffold, 24, 141 E. 15th St., Apopka, driving under Nikka Trinette Johnson, 38, 1302 Highland Ave., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 3rd or subsequent offense. Farler Perez, 25, 32 E. Nightingale St., Apopka, driving drugs, operating vehicle without drivers license. Jeremy Palmert, 24, 462 Lake Bridge Ln., Apopka, aggravated assault-with deadly weapon without intent. Andrea M. Johnson, 44, 1303 Highland Ave., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 3rd or subsequent offense. Jaime O. Medina Valle, 23, 237 W. G.H. Washington St., tion without violence. Jay Rafael Rodriguez, 22, 603 Lexington Pkwy., Apopka, battery-cause bodily harm. Kyle W. Stenulson, 18, 516 Lake Bridge Ln., Apopka, battery-touch or strike. James Lee Johnson, 30, 127 W. Chisholm St., Apopka, municipal code ordinance consumption alcohol in public. Elyadona Reyes-Hernandez, 29, 940 N. Lake Ave., Apopka, operate motor vehicle without drivers license. Tekin Aktas, 49, 1419 Long Meadow Way, Windermere, cohol or drugs. Raul Rivas, 22, 2466 Elmore Ct., Apopka, battery-touch or strike, kidnap-false imprisonment adult, obstructing justice tampering in misdemeanor. Police: More arrests listed from Apopka police Continued from page 4B $5.49$7.49 PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. NEW KING BUFFETBest Buffet and Best Deals in Apopka2157 East Semoran Blvd., Apopka www.KingBuffetOnline.comNot valid on Holidays. Excludes Buffet with snow crab. Coupon required. Not valid with any other offer. Exp. 12/31/12Only OnlyNot valid on Holidays. Coupon required. Not valid with any other offer. Exp. 12/31/12 PER ADULT DINNER BUFFET PER ADULT LUNCH BUFFET 441 Piedmont Wekiva436 434Apopka N Wekiva Springs Fresh Homemade & Simply Delicious! DAILY SPECIALS BREAKFAST, LUNCH OR DINNER 10% OFF PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. Family DinerOPEN 7 DAYS BREAKFAST & LUNCH6:30AM 3:00PM Thurs. Fri., & Sat. 6:30AM 8:30PM Thank You For Your Support Celebrating 5 Years Valid Monday thru Friday Only. 1537 W. Orange Blossom Tr. Apopka ( Next to Winn Dixie, Errol Plaza Apopka) Free Wi-Fi Available! PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. Buy One Dinner Plate & Get One Dinner Plate of Equal or Lesser Value 1/2 PriceALDO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Back By Popular Demand the original Aldo's is back! Monday Sunday, 11AM 9:30PMGolden Wok BuffetAll You Can Eat Includes NEW Sushi Bar1099 West Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka 10% OFFNot VALID on Fri., Sat. & Sun. dinner buffet. Must present coupon. Dine-in Only. Exp 12/31/12Located in Victoria Plaza TO GO BOX Lunch $5.85$8.00 PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. $9.99Includes Sushi & Crab Legs All You Can Eat TAKEOUTLunch $6.69 $8.99$9.9999Not valid with any other coupon or discount. Exp. 12/31/12 INTERSECTION OF SR 436 AND SR 434, IN KOHLS SHOPPING CENTER. PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. Business Hours: Sun Thurs 11am-10pm Fri & Sat 11am-11pm, Last Call 30 Minutes Before Closing Floridas LARGEST Asian Hibachi Buffet with Koi Pond BEST Japanese Sushi and Sashimi Much IMPROVED Chinese dishes Much IMPROVED Try ALL the rest, COME for the BEST! Private party rooms available for all occasions Beer & Wine Available945 WEST SR 436, STE. 1179, ALTAMONTE SPRINGS With Purchase of 3 Adult BuffetsMon. Thurs. only. With this ad. Dine in only. Not valid with any other offer. One coupon per party. Exp. 12/31/12.FREE GIFT CERTIFICATE KoyWan Asian Hibachi Buffet KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan KoyWan HIBACHI BUFFET LUNCH BUFFET $6.99Mon. Sat.: 11:00 am 3:30 pm DINNER BUFFET $9.99Mon. Sat.: 3:30 pm 10:00 pm SUNDAY FRI., SAT & SUN.Dinner includes Snow Crab legs, No Extra Charge PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. Serving Asian Udo Noodle SoupFormerly Super Buffet10% OFFCustomer With ad. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Expires 12-31-12.Must present coupon. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Expires 12-31-12.Not Valid Thanksgiving DayBuy 2 Dinner Buffets & Get A FREE $5 Gift Certificate Formerly Super Buffet h h h e e e f f f L L L i i i n n n Largest Asian Buffet in Apopka Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Everday Dinner Buffet Including: Oyster, Blue Crab, Rib-eye Steak, Frog Legs, Craw Fish, Appetizer, Soup, Salad Bar, Fruit, Dessert and Ice Cream Formerly Super Buffet Formerly Super Buffet C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C h h h Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Apopkas Only Hibachi Grill ALL YOU CAN EAT!Over 200 Items PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. The Place Where Quality Exceeds PriceSeating is limited. Please RSVP for parties of 6 or more.Only Authentic Italian Restaurant in downtown Apopka Carry out and free delivery service available Caf Verona is a small, sit-down, Italian-style eatery in Apopka with the same warm, cozy, and romantic atmosphere as a small town in the north of Italy named Verona, after which it was named and where, in accordance with legend, Romeo and Juliet were born. Caf Verona serves pizza, wings, and subs as well as a number of Italian pasta dishes including calzone and lasagna, and zarella sticks and shrimp poppers. Since 2005, the owners, Bridget and Slava, have been serving their guests with the most delicious Italian food in the area. Steeped in old-world tradition and time-honored family values, it has been their pleasure to provide high quality food in addition to excellent friendly service. Old-world warmth surrounds you as you allow the aromas to take you to Italy, if only while you dine! Everything at Caf Verona has been carefully considered with your satisfaction in mind. Italian cuisine is characterized by its extreme simplicity, with many dishes having only four to eight ingredients. Caf Verona on the quality of the ingredients rather than on elaborate preparation. Caf Verona is one of the few restaurants where made meatballs, and dishes like Portobello mushroom ravioli and chicken and eggplant Parmesan. Try the Muffelatta N Awlins and you will be captivated. This tasty sandwich consists of turkey, ham, salami, provolone, mozzarella, lettuce, tomato, onion, and fresh homemade olive spread baked on a round crusty Italian loaf. It has fast become a favorite of regular customers. If youre looking for authentic homemade pizza, you will want to visit Caf Verona. They use a special stone oven to prepare their pizza masterpieces. The stone oven is where are awakened. Its where an intense heat locks in the pizza crusts become irresistibly light and crisp, and pizza toppings become perfectly, mouthwateringly caramelized. Caf Verona is the place where customers continue to return time and time again. Many of the original customers still enjoy the same casual, friendly atmosphere and excellent service along with the generous portions of wonexperienced back in 1998, when Bridget and Slava in Apopka under the name of Nicky Ds Pizza. At Caf Verona guests are like family, and they treat each one just the way they would like to be treated with open arms, warm smiles, and delicious food. They are focused and dedicated to quality, value, and service. Caf Verona is a quiet, intimate family restaurant tucked away on a side street in downtown Apopka. This restaurant is the perfect place to come and relax and enjoy a genuine Italian meal. Caf Verona is located at 220 Edgewood Drive in downtown Apopka at the corner of Monroe Avenue and Edgewood Drive, across the street from 5/3 Bank. Their dining hours are Monday through Thursday and Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday, from 4 to 9 pm. Delivery is available with a minimum delivery order of $8.00. For those times when you are running late and dont feel like cooking, you may call ahead for carryout as well. Seating is limited, so please call ahead for parties of six or more. You may reach Caf Verona at 407-886-4411. AdvertisementEverything at Caf Verona has been carefully considered with your satisfaction in mind. Caf Verona is steeped in old-world tradition and time-honored family values Holiday Dining & Entertainment Holiday Dining & Entertainment PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. George's Whistle Stop Restaurant & LoungePASTA NIGHTWednesdays 5 -7 p.m. All You Can Eat! $9.99 2728 Cayman Cir., Zellwood, FL (407-889-5131 Piano Bar with Keith(Formerly of Barney's Steakhouse) 7PM ? GaLive Entertainment Heavy Hors d' oeuvres Food all night Champagne at Midnight New Year's Eve $25 per personTickets must be purchased in advanceCall 407-889-5131 or Looking for ways to save money? Use the many coupons provided here from these local restaurants.

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 8B game en route to 56-14 playoff victoryChandler Cox (10) celebrates with T rey Hendrickson after Hendrickson caught a touchdown pass from Jevric Blocker. Apopka head coach Rick Darlington (l) talks with wide receiver Jacob Wittrock and assistant coach Carl Kearney. The Apopka High varsity football cheerleaders had plenty to be happy about, as the Blue Darters whipped T imber Creek, 56-14. Apopka defensive back Rakeem Smith drags down T imber Creeks Javonte Seabury near the line of scrimmage. Quarterback Zack Darlington lunges for extra yardage during the Blue Darters 56-14 second-round playoff victory over T imber Creek. Running back Jevric Blocker gained 152 yards on 15 carries and scored two touchdowns for the Blue Darters. Here, he cuts back as T imber Creeks Keith White tries to tackle Blocker. Jacques Patrick, T imber Creeks top running back, had rushed for more than 2,000 yards in 11 games prior to Apopkas 5614 playoff victory, but he netted only 48 yards against the Darters. Here, Ben Bascom (28) and Johnny Robinson tackle him.

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 9B Wekiva downs Lk. Minneola in Metro vs. Florida ChallengeNathan Powell (l) and Willie Carmichael defend a Lake Minneola player during Wekivas victory over the Hawks Saturday, November 24, in the Metro vs. Florida Challenge. Wekivas Nathan Powell drives through the lane during the game against Lake Minneola. With all eyes on the bench on him, Jared Brown drives toward the bucket. Wekiva coach Scott Williams talks to his assistant coaches on the bench. Willie Carmichael dribbles past a Lake Minneola defender during the Mustangs rst win of the season. Blue Darters topple Sarasota Riverview, now 3-0 on seasonHaleem Brown glides through the air as he drives to shoot a bucket. Deion Fields is harassed by a pair of Riverview defenders during Apopkas 74-68 overtime victory. T y Dix res up a three-pointer for the Blue Darters Friday, November 23, in their season-opening victory. First-year head coach Matt Ruta (c) talks face-to-face with his players during a timeout in the victory over the Sarasota Riverview Rams. Apopka will play at Wekiva Wednesday, December 5.

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from our lives since far too many Christmases past. While their missing from the current Christmas scene deeply saddens us, it also makes us aware just how fortunate we are still to be alive and celebrating this Christmas season in 2012. That joyful realization and celebration of our own good fortune in still being here for another Christmas might, in fact, just inspire and galvanize some of us to go do some good old-fashioned ringing of holiday bells and shouting Merry Christmas with youthful vigor or other such wonderfully classic Christmas traditions right out of Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol. Just a little bit of some senior Scrooge attitude just might creep into these nostalgically gleeful scenes, too, as we try to adjust to our inevitable feelings of oh-my-how-Christmas-haschanged-through-the-generations since our day way back lifes journeys a few decades ago, taking us through some passages of time since those earliest childhood Christmases were remembering. I dont think were in Kansas anymore, Toto, (an oft-quoted old line which the heroine of a favorite book back in our generations youthful years exclaimed in amazement to her travel companion, a dog), might also apply to the dramatic depths of differences were seeing between our older generations nostalgically remembered 1930s, 1940s and 1950s Spirit of Christmas Past and 2012s very, very different Spirit of Christmas Present. A recent (Thanksgiving) night quick dash into Wal-Mart for a fast bag of cat food, trying to dodge around all the incredibly long and hectic lines of customers stretching through the packed store who were drawn in by a special sale on some kind of electronic gizmos, likely was a good indication of what all this current Christmas shopping rushs weeks ahead will bring. We have come such a long, long way away from the days when our generation was still kids excitedly studying every homes very worn Sears and Roebuck catalog, choosing the one and only item we would tree, most likely a toy truck or doll. Happily, while the celebration of Christmas these days differs from the ways we or more decades ago, the true spirit of Christmas and what Christmas is all about does not change. It has not in 2,000 years and never will. Joy To The World, O Little Town of Bethlehem, Silent Night, and Away In A Manger and all the other Christmas carols which todays senior generations can recall singing as teenage carolers to housebound seniors or old folks at nursing homes a halfcentury ago hopefully will still be sung at Christmas in 2050 even as shoppers pack stores (or however marketing will be done then) for that eras great sales on all those always evermore advanced technological gadgets everyone still may be wanting or giving for Christmas. And, as always, all the joys of the Christmas season always will be our annual reward for enduring all the preties and tough times all the way to beautiful December. Those aspects of Christmas will never change, or so we can hope. A very Merry Christmas to all! By Ramona Whaley Golden Chief Correspondent Children everywhere are impatiently and excitedly counting down these last tooslowly-passing-for-them days left until December 25. We in our senior generations, too, have just as much or more good reason to welcome with wide open arms the rolling around again of another Christmas season and may be celebrating this Christmas far more joyfully even than all the children impatiently anticipating and open all their hoped-for Christmas presents under their Christmas trees. That is because we have been given already the best present we possibly could hope to receive during this holiday season. It is the great gift of our still being here to celebrate another Christmas at ages 60, 70, 80, 90, or maybe even 100 or more years old. We have survived into yet one more Yule season and hopefully will have many more future Christmases still ahead of us as well! At the same time, while celebrating our own good fortune in still being a participating part of the 2012 Christmas scene, we are very painfully missing many wonderful old friends and family members who are so very noticeably not here with us for Christmas this year, some of them sadly gone Christmas celebrations differ but the true spirit does not changeGolden ChiefA FOCUS ON SENIOR CITIZENS The Apopka ChiefNovember 30, 2012, Page 10B AT HOME ON THE GO Seniors have been given the best present of all, the great gift of celebrating another Christmas. 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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 11B the guy down like that. Apopkas defense did just that, holding Patrick to just 21 ries. As a team, Timber Creek rushed for a net 48 yards. We were prepared to give them different looks, Apopka defensive coordinator Jeff Rolson said. Our kids came out and played so well. We tackled really well. But, it was a special teams play that may have struck a dagger in Timber Creeks heart just 8:10 into the game. Apopkas Deon Lowman was one of three Blue Darters who broke through the Wolves punting unit. Lowman smothered the ball as it was being punted. The ball bounced a few yards away and Apopkas Garrett Spek easily picked it up and ran uncontested three yards into the end zone for the touchdown, giving the Blue Darters a 21-0 lead. I thought that blocked punt really swung things our way, Darlington said. It seemed to almost double the hole. When youre down 21 in too big a hole to climb out of. Meanwhile, the Blue Darters were humming on offense, not committing any turnovers, unlike last week when Apopka tory over Orlando University. Senior running back Jevric Blocker led the way offensively for Apopka, as he has done much of the season. He gained 152 yards on 15 carries, scoring twice. He also threw a nine-yard touchdown pass to tight end Trey Hendrickson for Apopkas fourth score of the game. Junior quarterback Zack Darlington, son of the head coach, also had a big game, rushing for 147 yards and two touchdowns in addition to his 96 yards and one score through the air on 6-of-8 passing. Timber Creek did have 265 yards through the air on 14of-27 passing, but the Wolves dont want to throw that many times. A running team by nature, Timber Creek rushed the ball just 21 times and three of those were sacks of quarter back Stuckey Mosley by the Apopka defense. The Wolves threatened sion of the game when Patrick completed a 39-yard halfback pass to Javonte Seabury on the ber Creek was threatening with ka 7-yard line, but the Darters Christian Pereira was just wide left. It took Apopka just six plays to travel 80 yards for the score and grab the lead they would never give up. Blocker got the score from 36 yards out as the scatback juked his way into the end zone with 7:44 left in the opening period. As he did on all eight Apopka touchdowns, senior placekicker Brett Wilson added the extra point. On the second play followley was sacked from behind by Anthony Ellis and the ball popped out with Apopka recovering on the Timber Creek 19. Blocker again did the scor ing honors for the Blue Darters as, three plays later, he scampered in from nine yards out and Apopka led 14-0 with 5:49 Apopkas defense forced a three-and-out on Timber Creeks next possession and thats when Lowman blocked the punt that Spek picked up and returned for a score to give the Blue Darters a 21-0 lead ter. Already trailing by three scores, Timber Creek, on its next possession, went for it on fourth-and-1 from its own 39, but Patrick fumbled the ball, as he never had solid possession of it. When he was hit by Apopkas Billy Caughell, the ball squirted loose and Robert Thomas recovered it in midair for the Blue Darters. Only a last-second reach by Patrick tripped up Thomas and prevented him from returning the ball about 35 yards for another Apopka score. But, possession of the ball was all the Apopka offense needed, as on a third-and-goal from the Timber Creek 9-yard line, Blocker became a passer, tossing to a wide-open Henends two scoring receptions. Coach Darlington said he put that in Apopkas playbook just this week. I thought they would never expect Blocker to throw it. That gave Apopka a 28-0 lead just 2:14 into the second period. The Blue Darters contin ued the scoring onslaught on their next possession when Zack Darlington ran 26 yards for the score with 4:57 left in the second period. That gave Apopka a 35-0 lead they would take into the locker room at halftime. Darlington hit Hendrickson for a 30-yard touchdown the second half, as the tight end dragged a Timber Creek defender several yards into the end zone. Timber Creek got on the board on its next possession thanks to Patrick, but it was through the air, as Mosley tossed a short pass to him and the big sophomore broke a tackle and rambled 91 yards for the score. Apopka quickly answered when Darlington ran 78 yards for a score just two plays later. Daquon Isom scored the game on a one-yard run late in the third. Patrick tallied on an 11yard run early in the fourth for Apopka punted just once in the game and that was late in the contest. Seagate from Fletcher High. Fletch er athletic director Joe Reynolds said most of the parking available is at Fletcher High. Apopka and Fletcher have never played in football. They are a physical, wellcoached team. Theyve been very successful the last two years, Apopka coach Rick Darlington said. While the entire Fletcher squad gets his attention, Darlington said Smith, who has committed to play for coach Steve Spurrier at South Carolina, is an outstanding running back. Hes pretty good. I dont think South Carolina will offer somebody who isnt pretty sporty. But, its not just Smith who concerns the Apopka head coach. They are kind of multiple. They throw the ball well. Led by senior quarterback Evan Orth and wide receiver Kalib Woods, another senior, the Senators have a passing game that is underrated thanks to Smith piling up the big yards on the ground. Fletcher uses that offensive diversity to average 38 points per game, scoring at least 23 points in every game. Defensively, the Senators are pretty stingy, Darlington said. They run a 4-2-5, and are coached up well and are physical. They dont give up a lot of cheap plays. Theyve got good physical line backers and a big defensive line. Up front, Fletchers defense is led by senior Tyrone Quarterman and sophomore Izeric Sanford. Statistically, the Senators have been rock solid on defense, giving up just 121 points in 12 games, including 30 when DeLand handed Fletcher its only loss of the season. But, just like Apopkas loss to Olympia, Fletchers loss to the Bulldogs cost them a district championship. Coached by Josh Corey, Fletch er has held eight of its 12 opponents to nine points or less. Other than the loss to DeLand, the closest games for the Senators were a 23-21 win over Jacksonville Sandalwood in the fourth game of the regular season and a 2421 victory over Lake Brantley in the The Patriots are the only common opponent between Apopka and Fletch er. The Blue Darters also defeated the Patriots, 15-9, but that game came 10 full weeks ahead of the BrantleyFletcher playoff match-up. Darlington said Apopkas coaching staff spent time Sunday, November 25, formulating what the Blue Darters want to do against the Senators. I think weve got a good game plan, he said. As they have been for most of the season, the Blue Darters will likely show multiple formations against the Senators, although spending most of their time in the spread offense. Apopka has also run the I-formation and single wing in most games with a little bit of double-wing offense thrown in for good measure. The Blue Darters have been on ning streak, averaging 50 points a game during that stretch. Apopka has scored at least 45 points in every game but one over those nine victories. Should the Blue Darters leave Duval County with a victory, a home cember 7, potentially against Dr. Phillips, the team that Apopka lost 35-17 to in the season opener. None of that, however, concerns Darlington and the Blue Darters because theyve got a big enough hurdle to jump over in Fletch er. We wont talk about anything except Fletcher, Darlington said. Were not mentioning (potentially) playing DP at home in a state semiFletcher. I think theyre the best team weve played and there is a consensus of opinion (from other coaches) on that. they would not relinquish. The closest Freedom got down the stretch was six points. Holding on to leads late had been regular-season games. We closed the game out, Ruta said. When you dont turn it over and make lay-ups, you win games. And, we hit our free throws (late). For the game, the Darters were just 14-of-21 from the free throw line, but Chealey the game to seal the victory. The teams started the game in a frenetic pace with Apopka grabbing a od. With Brown leading the way, the Blue Darters outscored Freedom 1716 in the second period to take the 3733 halftime lead. A highlight in the third period was a steal and a rim-rattling dunk by Ty Dix that tied the game at 45-45. Midway through the fourth period, the Patriots began a full-court press and, for the most part, the Blue Darters solved it, hitting lay-ups and then free throws to secure the victory. This was a big win, coach Ruta said. It was our best game. Dix added seven points for the Blue Darters, while Taylor Breck, Will Dennison, Montay Thompson, and Justin Storr chipped in two points each. Once again, Chealey was the one making the plays late for the Darters. This time, the College of Charleston-signee nailed a 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds remaining in the game to give the Darters the victory over the of the Metro vs. Florida Challenge at Wekiva High School. While the Blue Darters never went on a big scoring streak, they did have a 51-41 lead over the Kowboys when Brown hit a lay-up with 1:29 left in the third period. They kept a 57-50 lead until fourth quarter and Osceola outscored Apopka 6-1 to pull within 58-56. The Blue Darters stretched it to 64-58 on a pair of free throws by Brown with 2:02 remaining, but the Kowboys tied of the game and got possession of the ball off an Apopka turnover with 32 seconds remaining. However, Apopkas defense held, With the game still tied, Apopka put the ball in Chealeys hands. The senior point guard dribbled the ball just nal seconds, then dribbled to his left and put up a long 3-pointer that found nothing but the bottom of the net with 1.2 seconds remaining. Osceola did get a potentially tying shot off, but it never hit the rim. After having the emotional over time victory over Riverview the day before, Apopka was at less than its best against the Kowboys. Ruta said. Our defensive effort was sub-par. Give credit to Osceola. They worked hard. It was an emotional night last night (against Riverview). It was tough, no doubt, but we have to be tough every night. We have to be better than that. We are better than that. With Chealey picking up his second-straight 26-point performance, the Blue Darters also got double-digit outings from Brown, Dix and Dennison. Brown tallied 12 points, while Dix and Dennison each had 10 points. Others scoring for the Blue Darters included Storr (6), Breck and Fields, who had 2 points each. Apopka pulled down 29 rebounds, including 13 on the offensive end. Brown led the way with 10 boards for the Blue Darters. Chealey others collecting 14 more assists. OT Rams, the Blue Darters had an upand-down second half, building a 17-point lead late in the third period, only to see it disappear by the end of the fourth quarter, sending the regularseason opener into overtime. Thats where the Blue Darters were able to hit some clutch free throws and get some critical stops on the defensive end of the court. As he is expected to do, Cheal ey made the difference late in over time, as he nailed 4-of-4 from the freethrow line. We controlled overtime really by hitting free throws and getting stops, Ruta said. We played a great defensive game against a very good River view team. Chealey led the Blue Darters with 26 points, but the Rams (1-1) stayed neck-and-neck with their hosts with Apopka leading 29-27 at halftime thanks to a last-second bucket by Chealey. After Riverviews Adnan Dedic tied the game at 29-29 in the the Blue Darters went on one of their patented runs, a 15-0 stretch over the next 3:21 of the quarter and eventually led 50-33 on Dennisons bucket with 48 seconds remaining in the third. When Dix hit a basket with 5:15 left in the fourth, the Blue Darters still held a 54-40 lead, but the Rams quickly began chipping away at Apopkas lead and when Brown gave the Darters a 56-46 lead with 3:25 remaining in the period, the Rams went on a 9-0 run over the next 67 seconds, hitting three 3-pointers, two by Austin Walker, while stopping the Darters on every possession. and-go for both teams with Apopkas Fields hitting a pair of free throws to give the Darters a 62-59 lead with just eight seconds remaining in the fourth period. However, Riverviews Walker got loose off a screen and nailed a 3-pointer with two seconds left to tie the game and send it into overtime. In the extra period, Apopka controlled the action on both ends to win by six. But, they could have avoided overtime had some shots gone down during Riverviews 9-0 run late in the fourth quarter. If we would have made lay-ups in the fourth quarter when they were pressing, we would have won that game easily in regulation, Ruta said. Overall, however, Ruta was glad game as Apopkas coach. I was very pleased with the effort and character our young men displayed on Friday night, he said. Dix added 18 points and Fields pumped in 17, while Brown chipped in nine. Dennison and Thompson had two points each for the Blue Darters. Apopka had 38 rebounds, 16 offensive. Brown led Apopka with 11 board, six offensive. Chealey had seven of the Darters 12 assists. The Blue Darters will jump into District 8A-3 action next week with a game Wednesday, December 5, at hometown rival Wekiva. Apopka will host West Orange Friday, December 7, in another district contest. That games time and/or date could be changed if the Apopka High football day, Friday, November 30, at Neptune Beach Fletcher because the Blue DartDecember 7 at 7:30 p.m. Apopka played at Jones High Thursday, November 29, past press time. Timber Creek Apopka 14 19 23-48 38-377 265 105 14-27-0 7-10-0 2-2 0-0 2-10 10-95 Timber Creek 0 0 7 7 14 Apopka 21 14 21 0 56 2nd; Ap-Hendrickson 30 pass from TC-Patrick 91 pass from Mosley TC-Patrick 11 run (Pereira kick), A-2,500 Continued from page 1BApopka: Blue Darters allowed Timber Creek just 48 net yards rushingSolid: Fletcher defense has given up an average of 10 points per contestDarters: Apopka had its best game against Freedom High, coach said Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1B Apopka High School will host the 2012 Orange County Special Olympics Basketball tournament Saturday, December 8, at Joe A. Sterling Gymnasium. Competition will be played for all the Apopka High School Special Olympics basketball teams from 9 a.m.3 p.m. There will be a concession stand open dur ing the event. Admission to the event is free of charge to any fan who would like to attend the event and support the local Orange County and Apopka High School Special Olympics basketball teams. Apopka High Special Olympics teams will host December 8 tournament will get you one years subscription to Visit www.TheApopkaChief.comCall 407-886-2777 The Apokpa Chief $ 18

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 12B Lake Minneola is a good team. They to being with because it is so unique. They dont have some traditional assets that championship teams are supposed to have, but they are very good at minimizing the impact through effectively using their strengths. And we had to deal with that style after facing Bartows style the night before. I think our effort against the Yellow Jackets affected us against the Hawks. All of that being said, the bottom line is we know we have to play a more complete and thorough game if we are going to get to where we want to, but in the end, we found a way to win. We made the plays when our back was against the wall. We didnt let them close out the game. We made baskets on the offensive end and made consecutive stops on the defense dur ing the last three minutes of the game, Williams said. With 2:48 left in the game and Wekiva trailing by a 54-46 score Willie Carmichael was fouled in the paint after receiving the ball. He convertsix points he scored during the run. He scored a lay-up to cut the lead to 54-52. His other points came on two successful free throw attempts which gave Wekiva the lead for good at 5654 with 1:03 left. All six of the points were set up by Josh Filmore driving the lane and then passing the ball to Carmichael. The winning points came as a result of the Hawks missing a threecorner and after the Mustangs grabbed the offensive rebound, two quick passes got the ball to Filmore at the top of the key. The game was tied at 54-54 with 1:25 left when Ruben Monroe drained a 15-foot jump shot from the left side of the paint. And following that basket, Lake Minneolas touch suddenly left the Hawks. Lake Minneola missed a sixfoot turnaround lay-up as the ball rolled off the rim on the subsequent possession and Carmichael once again was big as he grabbed the rebound. However, Wekiva turned the ball over against Lake Minneolas pressing style. But Lake Minneolas failing touch struck again as two free throws were missed following the turnover. For the second consecutive possession, Carmichael swiped the offensive rebound. This time, it was with 21.6 seconds left in the game. Nathan Powell then drained two free throws to put the game away as they increased the lead to two possessions at 58-54. Monroe sank another free throw on the next possession to Lake Minneola failed to score on its last six possessions of the game, the two free throw attempts. What happened was our complimentary players did not play well against the quickness and toughness of Lake Minneolas guards, Williams said. We also needed to get Willie and Josh going. Part of the problem with Willie is that we didnt get the ball to him in the paint. But he also has to learn that he has to keep his motor going when that happens. It is common for young players to get frustrated when they arent getting the ball. They allow it to affect their game because they dont play with that high motor, which is Willies greatest asset. On the other hand, Ruben had a tough start to the game. He missed several shots and lost several rebounds, but stayed upbeat and encouraged the other players. Because he stayed upbeat and kept his focus, he played well down the stretch when we needed him the most. The biggest play was the 15foot jumper, because it tied the game. riety of ways of roles. He has put together two really good games. We a better job of staying in front the basketball and a better job of rotating. We started doing it and we scored the last 13 points of the game. Powell scored 17 points. Carmi chael and Filmore complemented him with 14 and 11 points, respectively. on a 22-of-54 effort. However, that includes a one-for-seven from beyond centage was 44.7 percent. Lake Minneola shot 33 percent yond the arc. Both teams shot about the same from the free throw line, but it was the Mustangs, in this game, who drew more fouls and, thus, another key difference in the outcome. The Mustangs shot 14-of-23 from the charity stripe. The Hawks sank 8-of-15 attempts. The Mustangs also totaled more rebounds 29-19. At the end of the day, we had something to learn from, some good about us and some bad about us, Williams said. That is the point of holding the challenge for us in terms of our development. The season is a process and it began this weekend. We under stand part of the struggle is the way we practice. The nature of a game situation is much more strenuous than our practices have been. Williams said after Mondays practice, the intensity was much higher and closer to a game situation. He felt his team understanding the intensity of practice needing to change bodes well for Wekiva as the season progresses. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff For its organizers, the annual Winter Park Rotary Tip-Off Classic boys basketball tournament couldnt have begun any better. However, for the Wekiva Mustangs, a demanding schedule continued with defending Class 2A state champion Orlando Christian Prep. And in a possessionfor-possession game, Wekiva continuously struck hammer blows with each one to the heart of OCPs strength, only to fall by the narrowest of mar gins in overtime, 41-40. But in a game in which the lead was more than four points for only about 2:30, it took only one blow to the heart of one of the teams strength to decisively change the fortunes of both and it was the Warriors who delivered it. Wekiva grinded and physically surged its way to a 37-34 lead and appeared to be only three seconds away from victory. OCPs Justice Montgomery, appearing to be those three seconds away from defeat, inbounded the ball under Wekivas basket to Adonys Henriquez, who was in the left corner. Two Wekiva defenders imme diately charged him with their hands raised, seeming to obstruct his abili ty to see the basket clearly. To create enough space to take the shot, Henriquez jumped backwards and off his back foot, and falling out of bounds, he sank it without touching the rim as the buzzer went off. When a game is decided by one point, almost every possession matters and is critical towards the outcome, Mustangs coach Scott Williams said. Henriquez made a ridiculously hard shot to send the game into overtime. In a game in which the outcome is one point, there are a lot of tough calls the refs have to make. Every tough call they made, we didnt do the little things before they happened, which would have avoided the situation in bound of regulation. We failed to do the little things only a few times. But they failed to do them even less. If we are a little bit smarter throughout the course of the game, those tough calls probably dont happen, including the rebound. Unless a team doesnt turn the ball over and shoots 100 percent, there is no such thing as not having room to play smart er. A championship team believes it is responsible and accountable for controlling its own destiny. It doesnt wait to make its own breaks. The reason we are here is to get better. Tonight, we got some lessons. Remember, they win close games because they are a really good team, too, and dont fail to do the little things often. They are used to winning close games. OCP gained possession of the goal attempt and the referees ruled a jump ball had occurred. Several players had a hand on the ball. But, it appeared Wekivas Willie Carmichael had grabbed the rebound and was fouled or at least an argument could be made for it. On the two previous possessions, Wekivas Nathan Powell and Jared Brown missed free throws. If either one had been converted, the lead would have been four points and with OCP needing to score twice in less than 10 seconds, the game would have been over. In overtime, both teams failed sessions. Carmichael fouled out on a hand push as he tried to create space With 2:30 left, Henriquez scored a lay-up to cap a fast break, which began when Wekivas Josh Filmore missed a trey and OCP grabbed the rebound. The Mustangs cut the lead to 3938 on a free throw by Ruben Monroe with 1:52 left in the overtime. Both teams failed to score on their next three possessions and Powell fouled out when he also committed an offensive charge. OCPs Brandon Miller missed two free throws with just over a minute left in the game which would have extended the lead to three points. Finally with 10.2 seconds left in the game, Montgomery drained two free throws to up the lead to 41-38. Monroe scored on a lay up with 2.8 seconds remaining to account The Mustangs called a timeout, but the Warriors were able to pass the ball inbounds and ran out the clock. The player who received the ball on the pass found a hole along the right sideline and by the time the defense got to him, the remaining two seconds ran off the clock. the game but held only a 10-8 lead afgoals gave Wekiva 11-10 and 14-12 leads. It sparked the team to taking the second quarter by a 12-5 score. Wekivas lead was 20-15 at halftime. The third quarter ended with Wekiva holding a 27-23 lead. OCP never led in regulation after Filmores second trey of the second quarter. But Wekivas was never able to increase the lead by more than seven and it was quickly cut back to two as Henriquez nailed a trey and 15-foot jumper. All but one of the shots Henriquez took, we were draped all over him, Williams said. That is a credit to him to not only do that but to do it as the standout of his team. It is also to the Warriors credit they won tonight in a close intense game by making the plays and doing the little things down the stretch. We talked about playing better after the Metro Conference vs. Florida tournament. We did tonight and right now on November 26, we are a championship level team. But if we are as good as we are going to get right now, we are going to be in trouble. we are tomorrow night. We are facing adversity and whoever we play is a will be looking to redeem themselves. But we are proud of the team. It represented the school and the community well. For six years, we have been trying to get into this tournament. We proved we belong. With the loss, Wekiva fell into the consolation bracket and took on Oak Ridge Thursday, November 29, past press time in the second round. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff If you follow the area high school basketball scene, Josh Filmore is a name you know. the Wekiva High campus, much had been said about him. But known as a young man of few words, it is his play on the court and the words of others that have done the talking. The Wekiva senior point guard continues to be the face of the program and with that status, gets better as its leader as well as standout player. With that backdrop, Southeastern Louisiana University wanted Filmore and he obliged, signing his letter of intent earlier this month to play for that program. Filmore was among the top 100 players in Florida at his position when he began his high school career. He began his sophomore season as the sixth man on the Wekiva boys basketball team, but was promoted to the starting lineup on a team which was ranked in the areas top-10 halfway through that season two years ago. He now begins his senior season as the 32nd-ranked player in Florida and 14th at the guard position. Last season as a junior, he set school records for most points (410) a single season, most points in a single game (36 points against Mount Dora) game (six-against both Lakeland and Jones). Filmore also converted four game-tying or game-winning shots. He averaged 14.6 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game. When I went to the (Southeastern Louisiana) campus with my fami ly, we found all the things which made liked the area and the basketball proIm at my best. Also, my mom liked the school. The coaches were so interested in me they came to my house twice and spoke to both of us. She was genuinely impressed with the desire to sign me being that high. Everyone wants to be wanted like that. As a coach, it is gratifying to be a part of the life of a young man who understands the big picture, Wekiva coach Scott Williams said. He has put in the work it takes to be successful in all three areas of life. He is not only an excellent ballplayer, but he is a remarkable student. The teachers have a lot of respect for him and what he does in the classroom. He represents his fathers memory the right way, with integrity and stability in having it. A lot of student athletes dont have that completeness of all three parts of their life. In due time, most get there. But when they are teenagers, it is still something they are learn ing. That is part of the joy of coaching him and because of it. He is low-main tenance. We dont have to spend time worrying about whether Josh gets the off-the-court stuff or is going to get in the way of himself. For someone who is so important to us and the program, he is not only down-to-earth, but he loves his teammates. Nicknamed the Lions, Southeastern Louisiana is an NCAA Division I (FBS in football) and Southland Conference member. The athletic depart ment consists of 13 programs. Coached by Jim Yarbrough, its basketball team compiled a 12-17 and 5-11 conference record for the 201112 season. The conferences champi onship tournament consists of eight ished tied for ninth place, one game behind eighth. sons below-par performance was largely due to the injury bug, including its standout, all-conference guard Brandon Fortenberry. The Lions dropped four games in league play by two points or less while posting single-digit losses in non-conference games at Arkansas and Texas Tech. However, the other seven of Yar broughs Southeastern Louisiana teams have earned berths in the conference championship tournament. He was named Southeastern Louisianas year stint at Valdosta State, guiding that program to the NCAA Division-II championship tournament four times. His emphasis on a tough, pressure defense has been the centerpiece of his teams success. It should matter that a head coach is involved in the recruiting of a player, Williams said. But it is especially important when the player is a point guard. The coach decides what kind of offense the point guard will be running and he is entrusting it to the point guard. He also decides how the point guard will be playing. A coach who is willing to invest time with the point guard, believes the point guard can run his offense. The fact Josh is almuch about where Yarbroughs trust is. In addition, Yarbrough does things the right way. I have known him since he was an assistant at the College of Charleston. I got to know him because he recruited a Mt. Dora player of mine. I came to know a man I had respect for because of the way cause he is of the same mold. Josh believes in doing things the right way. He doesnt take shortcuts or the easy way because he can. That is also true of Willie Anderson. He wanted Josh to play for him for the same reason, as well as the demand for his players to play hard and together. Anderson is Filmores AAU coach. Williams stressed that he would have been much more cautious about those words coming from another coach. Filmore is considering a career related to psychology as he has had an interest in it for a long time. The counselors were also hands on with the students, which was important to me, Filmore said. It is important to me to earn my degree. So, I believe it is important to have that relationship with those who are involved with my academics as well as basketball. Both are equally important to me. I also want to be known that way around Wekiva. But the goal for the team this year is the district championship. What I have tried to set an example of is the foundation for that kind of success. So that is also important to me. When I leave next spring, I would be very happy if I am known as a hard worker and for my dedication. I have had to battle through some adversity, too, and for that to be a part of what I leave behind as well.Mustangs fall in overtime to powerful Orlando Christian PrepWekiva point guard Josh Filmore signs with Southeastern Louisiana Flanked by Wekiva teammates Marc Ingram (l) and JeQuan Henry dribbles down the court during the Mustangs win over Lake Minneola.Wekiva: Nathan Powell led Mustangs with 17 points against Lake Minneola See WEKIVA Page 13B Continued from page 1B

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 13B Opening its season against Bar nitely falls into the sink-or-swim cat egory, as the players didnt have the option of easing into the objective of taking on the challenge of facing one traditional power after another. One of those teams that never seems to have to rebuild as it always reloads, Bartow Perry (Sourcehoops.com No. 12 player rankings for seniors) and Derrick Brooks (No. 36 for juniors). The Mustangs countered with Filmore (No. 32 among seniors) and Carmichael (No. 56 among juniors), but the difference was the usual trait among tradition-rich, championship programs of being able to answer opponents and understanding what to do to close out a game. points of the game. Throughout the game, Bartow, one way or another, answered every Wekiva point. What with 1:33 left in the game as Quinton Childs answered what turned out to be Wekivas last bullet with a trey from the left wing. Basically, the game from our viewpoint was all about breakdowns, Williams said. We didnt have a lot, but enough for Bartow to answer what we did. That trey was huge because was our best opportunity to get a run the beginning of the game. We didnt cover the high post immediately like we were supposed to and it allowed them to rotate the ball to their wing, who was left open and Childs buried it. We also got somewhat blindsided because we didnt have a scouting report on Childs. He was playing footgame. He was huge for them throughThroughout the course of the game, they were just a little bit better than us in every area. Bartows Ricky Williams scored and then a trey. The Mustangs played great defense to hold the explosive However, Wekivas offense got off to a slow start as it took until 3:12 was points, a lay-up by Powell. In a game in which the biggest lead was nine and that came midway through the fourth quarter, as well as that was the difference as Wekiva, on several occasions, cut the lead to two, but could never surge ahead. When a game takes the course and storyline that this one did, it is because the eventual winner is just a lit tle bit better than the other throughout its course, Williams said. Of course, we expected to have to deal with a team that was capable of playing a game in its entirety which was a little bit better than what we did. Up until that point of the Challenge, we played the class of it. It was by design and it goes back to playing a schedule loaded with powers like Bartow to prepare us for the postseason. Bartow led by a 15-13 score afat halftime and then 51-46 after three quarters. Josh Filmore drained a threeafter the Mustangs snagged an offensive rebound and then kicked the ball back to the perimeter. It cut the lead to 53-51 with 4:55 left. But Yellow Jackets forward Karlos Odum drew three fouls and converted four of six free throws. In between, Williams knocked down another trey. The seven-point run upped the lead to 60-51 with 3:02 left in the game. start the game were huge, Bartow coach Terrance McGriff said. No team wants to give an opponent any momentum or energy at the start of a game. It doesnt want to have to climb an uphill battle from the start. But it is even more so when the opponent is the home team. Playing at home makes the momentum and energy even more intense. We talked about it and it was a focus. We got the lead and Wekiva was the team which had to climb uphill. They like to play pressure defense. That is their style in general, but tonight they had to do it because they were behind. We handled it. We made the passes which break presses and get us good shots. Everybody scored which comes from getting those shots. And the way teams effectively handle the kind of presses the Mustangs throw at opponents is by a variety of players scoring. Statisti cally, the difference was not turning the ball over and being aggressive on the offensive rebounds. We were very team. They will make a playoff run, so to beat them is encouraging to us. Also, coach Williams and the administrators do an outstanding job with this event. We are very honored to be a part of it and to play in it. After the 7-0 run by Bartow, to cut the lead to 60-56 with 1:46 left in the game. Whenever we were one possession away from squeezing them, they had an answer, Williams said. In had the answer. Good championshiptype teams always have an answer. They did. We want to be that good team in that position. Our combination of poor shooting, which comes from poor shot selection, kept us from getting into our rhythm. The goal is to isnt going to happen when we are out of our rhythm. However, everybody wins when they are shooting well. The measure of a good team is it still wins when it is not shooting well. We have to be more effective, but again, that is why we play championship-caliber teams from the beginning of the season. Playing teams like the Yellow Jackets is an opportunity to get better and learn from mistakes. Filmore and Childs were the games leading scorer with 14 points apiece. The strength of Bartows inside game was also apparent in the free throws. Although Bartow shot only 45 percent from the charity strip, it went to the line 20 times compared to six for Wekiva. The difference of 14 attempts resulted in an advantage of nine to four in points scored from the free throw line.Wekiva: Bartow had 7-0 run in the fourth period to secure the victory Continued from page 12B Tickets are now on sale for the FHSAA Football Finals as the playoffs are under way with seven local schools, including the Apopka Blue Darters, still alive for shot at the state title. 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record of over $2000. Errol Estates Golf Cart Apopka Elementary Errol Estate is having a Golf Cart Christmas Parade to tion. RSVP to Errol Estate Golf Students of the Week Gabriel Antoine and Adrianna Thanks to Apopka Elks Lodge conversation. Page 1C, November 30, 2012Section CChief Junior.............................1C-6C Public Notices..................................7C 16C The Apopka Chief Check out Chief Junior News about your childs school Students moving full speed ahead in class learning goals See JUNIOR Page 2C Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Eric J. Sochocki Upcoming events November to school fast December Parade Science Center in A letter from the principal her time and dedication to both of these events. She has devoted ganizing to see these activities arrival and dismissal times and and on their academic achieve enter this area. It is not a safe have to start closing the gates we are getting faster at this. It Sandra Pipkin Congratulations to all of Mrs. Crains class who are our boxtop champions class alone raised more than rest of the school to total more Mrs. Crains class (above) are the boxtop champions! They brought in 1,357 box tops and raised more than $135. Combined with the rest of the school that makes $1,100 raised for Apopka Elementary. R uby Johnson (left) is the Apopka Elementary faculty member of the month. She is the reading coach and provides continual assistance to the other teachers. Apopka Elementary Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Shannon Blake Kindergarten ber frames. First grade charts. Second grade ond graders have learned how to describe the setting of stodescribe how characters in stoAmericans and Pilgrims and Third grade are also learning how to recties in class as well as lab time test. seven continents and the oceans to write sentences containing swers the who and the what. We ters and end with the correct Fourth grade ing to determine the meaning writing. Writing stories have graders. We learned how to Fifth grade and force and motion and have fractions and having a blast doing so. Collections have also Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Noel Gilbert Upcoming Events PE4KIDS been learning line dances in Kindergarten words. We are also learning that a great deal of information can Pictured top, Felix Gonzalez, US Marine Corp veteran and head custodian at Clay Springs explained Veterans Day to kindergar ten students. Pictured bottom left,Principal, Nancy Schroeder, (l), presents Loaves and Fishes with a check for $767.71 and four car loads of food items that were collected during Clay Springs annual Cans and Change event. Pictured right, Principal, Nancy Schroeder, (l), congratulates Teacher of the Year, Nancy Hecht. Mrs. Hecht is the schools media specialist. Clay Springs First grade on ocean animals when we reSecond grade Third grade and voted on-line for the Presi

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 2C See JUNIOR Page 3CJunior: Teachers help students celebrate success in class Continued from page 1C ings and how farm life and be more giving and what we Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Jennifer Earnest got to see an amazing dance Mrs. Kurimai (above), a Piedmont Lakes Middle School teacher shares some of her animal friends with Lakeville Elementary students. Ledar ian Fox and Braxton Mosley (left, l-r), two of Mrs. Armels third graders at Lakeville, enjoyed the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra concert. Lakeville Elementary Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Kimberly Hanker son Upcoming Events cellence. Reading Roundup! of these classes have tested all Math Madness! the Mathvember Celebration School-Wide Writing classes. We are differentiating er on writing strategies across The Scoop on Science ond and third grades have been created models for the water learn science. All that is needed is a willingness to observe and Media Matters: Whats happening in the Media Center Going Digital with Online Research Classes have been coming to the Media Center to research the holdings of the Media CenMedia Center support for Accelerated Reader have a card with their AR logParent Portal Parents are also invited to meetings. Celebration Station and Veronica Rogers for being elected SAC President for the lems. giving. Children are writing Fourth grade Arts. Fifth grade tial candidate of their choice. ence for all. al food drive and are collect ciated. Pre-K VE Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Myra Dawson Mark Your Calendars Kindergarten Students and teachers (above photo) dressed as their favor ite storybook characters and participated in a character parade at the Clarcona Elementary Literacy Night on Thursday, Novemenber 8. Ms. Treat (left photo, l-r) was named Support Person of the Year at Clarcona Elementary and Ms. Kohmetscher was named the Teacher of the Year. Ms. Treat is a media clerk and Ms. Kohmetscher teaches kinder garten. Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Gail Kohmetscher Clarcona Elementary In the Envision math seied the different forms of matter First grade talented animals. We want to tra treat to have the actors greet mance. were treated to a water demon

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A team from R ock Springs Elementary (top photo) par ticipated in the Autistic Walk fundraiser at Cranes R oost in Altamonte Springs. Jamie Faller (bottom left photo, l-r) from Mrs. Kreshs class poses with Glenda the good witch from The Wizard of Oz. Emma Walsh (bottom right photo, l-r) and Elizabeth Throop from Mrs. Kreshs class are shown getting Dorothys (of Wizard of Oz) autograph. Cynthia Laur at Lovell Elementary began a garden and students (top photo) have been very active in the whole process. A student (bottom left) participated in the family marshmallow challenge with only marshmallows, spaghetti noodles, string and masking tape. A teacher participates in the Humphrey Kick-off party to encourage students to read. The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 3CJunior: See JUNIOR Page 4C Continued from page 2C will get you one years subscription to Visit www.TheApopkaChief.comto subscribe online or Call 407-886-2777The Apokpa ChiefSubmitted by Chief Jr. cor respondent Janet Kay Buchan Specials at home and in martial arts to Kindergarten of giving with a donation of ers visit and share information Third grade grade right now. We are getting on the regions of America and Fourth grade went to the Maitland Art Center this month. We had a great time honored that these men and at home. them. Please review basic admain idea and details of a stoeach night. Third grade in reading while choosing Accelerated Reader stories and meeting grade-level challeng ing this information in a varident minds in math. Investigat information in the most mean Fourth grade the coming months. We had a ing to become better critical Fifth grade Rock Springs Lovell Elementary ing forward to a well-deserved ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) Team istration. We raised a total of First grade First grade has been widhaving a great time with it. In over time. We even made time Second grade Active learning is a large the stories we read. We saw lots Moon we wanted to learn more from the Avian Reconditioning come and share real artifacts Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Chrishonda Thomas their favorite character from a The World According to Humphrey Fifth grade

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 4CJunior: See JUNIOR Page 5C Continued from page 3CSubmitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Robert Ross Volleyball season is here! ed against Robinswood Middle. AMMS Chorus and Band band are having two amaz ing winter concerts not to be October 18th was Pinking Out, celebrated by the AMMS Staff and students in support of Breast Cancer Awareness, in the top photo. Pictured middle left, FFA and Interact Students participated in Campus Clean-Up Day on Saturday, October 27th. Pictured middle right, students shared their appreciation for teachers and staff by writing down on pieces of paper what they were thankful for. Pictured bottom left, Marc Mero, former professional wrestler, came and spoke to our students on Oct. 30th about setting goals and being drug and violence free as part of our celebration of R ed Ribbon Week. The AMMS girls volleyball team, pictured bottom right, played against Lakeview Middle on November 7. Their goal is to make it to the playoffs and win. Apopka Memorial Middle School Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Natalia Troesch families here at the school. We to share in their lives each and Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent John D. Gates was named to the all-state band the band in all three grades and ated and can be donated at the Anderson was the recent reand eighth graders to the UCF homecoming football game. the traditional halftime homeFlorida Association of Media in Piedmont Lakes Middle School recently captured four awards at the FAME Jim Harbin Student Media Festival in Orlando. Pictured, (l-r) are Jacob Gettel, Malik Hancock, Jordan Story and Katie Whitlow. The four submitted their videos last year as PLMS 8th-graders and are now students at area high schools. PLMS FAME awards Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Brandon Hardig ments mean for them and their ward. Christian School. Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Carol Krause Foundation Grant Winners will be having in her seventh vember. writing. All three of these grants Wolf Lake Singers here at school and in the comonstration choir for the Choral with the directors of these The Wolf Lake Singers, pictured top, will participate in the 2012 Middle School Choral R esidency. Band students of the month, pictured middle, are, (l-r), Elizabeth Kennedy, Joesffrey Cevallos, Noah Barrios, Malina Savill, David Sandoval and Melody Jimenez. Pictured bottom, are art students of the month, (l-r), Jenna Hernandez, R yan Avery, Skyler Poole, Mina Pau, Jennifer Matias and Demonte Cherry. WLMS arts

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 5C Continued from page 4CJunior: Math Students Honored at Wolf Lake Middle School math classes. Social Studies Salutes Students at Wolf Lake Middle each grade level have nominat Band Students of the Month at Wolf Lake Middle School Cannon honored the followband class. Readers and Writers of the Month dent of the Month awards. Each eigth grade Readers of the were honored. In eighth grade We also wish to congrat grader who was honored was Art Students of the Month We have some talented Math students, pictured top, are, (front row, l-r), A.J.Ellison, Desmond Drake, Abigail Terrell, Melody Paulino, (middle row, l-r), Jamia Wideman, Matthew Kennedy, Brianna Meehan, Dezur Hamilton, Angelique Tacuba, (back row, l-r), Keana Rivera, Nickolas Trevino, Jahvah Jimenez, Alejandro De La Paz, Stevi Albaugh, Sumin Shim, and Julia Uribe. Not pictured are Gregory Baker, Nathan Graham, Gariella Martinez, Kristopher Powell, Crystal Lee, Leeann Sasser, and Maria John. Social studies students pictured second are, (front row, l-r), Jonathan Earle, Megan Samuel, Spencer Hancock, Nicholas Buxton, Ashton Mer bach, Brianna Aikins, (middle row, l-r), Townsend, Xenia Moya, Mini Pau, Chloe Daoust, Justin Amatucci, Alan Serrano, (back row, l-r), R odney Lubin, Emily Lasley, Tiana Dimarco, Ava Orano, Emma Treadwell and Brittany Shepherd. Not pictured are Jonathan Serrano and Colton Eillis. Writers of the month pictured third are, (front row, l-r), Cassidy Proctor, Chloe Daoust, Ashton Merbach, (back row,l-r), Madison Brown, Emily Cranston, R eanna R ochester, Ana Kewley, Peyton Buckely. Not pictured are Colton Faircloth and Carson Broadwater. R eaders of the month pictured bottom are (front row, l-r), Joscelyn Ziccardo, Jeff Ford, (back row, l-r), Ricara Lewis, Tiffani Williams and R odwell Munoz; not pictured are Mickey Howell, Jiwon Chang, Ashley Ewing and Alyssa Tickle. WLMS achievers Students Read to Kindergar teners garten classes loved the stories Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Sarah McLeod News from the Nest at Apopka High School November is Migrant Awareness Month that assists children of migrant migrant child is one who is or meeting). Make a difference in your community Items needed are mashed tional standards and become reAttention seniors da. Yearbooks Guidance counselor issues? ance Corner starting on MonFlorida Virtual School College and Career Room College visit information tend the sessions. a.m. ACT test dates coming up Registration deadline is registration. Register online at www. Financial aid with Catherine Cisneros. She cial aid. Catherine is available after school. SAT test dates coming up Registration deadline is date is March 9. Registration Register online at www. collegeboard.org. Student Success Center: room 608 toring is before school MonCaf located in the cafeteria. Divine Darter Diamonds Step Team Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Angela Clayton Speech and Debate scores. Varsity letterman jackets available online now design and order letter National Hispanic Recognition Program Recognition designated as Scholars. Geovani Colberg has been select Wekiva Choral Program tral Florida area are chosen as been selected to sing in the Allensemble. in Wollitz have also been acSee JUNIOR Page 6C

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 6C Wekiva Marching Band dent ever selected for the AllContinued from page 5CJunior: Drama Departments Fall Play FFA Forestry Career Development Event across the state. FFA members in Florida forests with both the stand and demonstrate the corWekiva Football Alumni Collegiate Allstar, Pro potential has received an invitation to achievement to even be selectCollege Signings Kindergarten As we enter the secand girls have been learning to engaging in activities related First grade goods for the food drive. late addition facts to ten and Second grade Third grade to reach their AR goals. In the Fourth grade bringing in the most sodas for er contest that is ongoing here Fifth grade are headed to the ballet this in need. the children on their toes and school. The Apopka Chief Comprehensive Local Elementary & Middle School School Sports Youth Sports Quality Photos Your voice in the community for 90 years.Subscribe Today Online atwww.theapopkachief.com If this is a gift subscription, please put YOUR name, address and phone number here.Clip This Coupon and Mail To: The Apopka ChiefSign me up for 52 News-Packed Editions of The Apopka ChiefMail paper to:_______________________________________________________ Address_____________________________________________________________ City_______________________ ZIP___________Phone_____________________Name_____________________________________________________________ Address__________________________City_______________Zip___________ Orange County $18 CARDS CARDS Yes! Now Online Now Online Now Online Anniversary | Engagement | Wedding | Birth Anniversary | Engagement | Wedding | Birth Anniversary | Engagement | Wedding | Birth CARDS CARDS

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tr t t nf t ff tnr t t n nt t n t nr t t n n tf t r nn t ffnr f fnr ffnr n f fftr nrtnrftr tt tr fr nnftr fnrfr t fnr nnf r nr n tn f fn f tn t fnr nnr ff nr fn t f fnr nnrtnr fnr r f f fr n tnr nnftr nf r tnr fn nfnr nftr tft nfffft t f n f nn f ff r tnft f nnn n n nt fn f f n t n f tn t nn tf t n tn t f f t n nf tn n f fn fn f t f f t n nf tn trfttf n t nf t n n f tnft t f t f t t t n nf tn r f nn f n f f n ft f tf nnf t n nr t tr ffnn t nt t f tt t f tnn t n nf tn f f nn f n nnr nr f tf f f nnn t t f f ttftr t r fn t tn tn nf t ftn nf n nnf t n nntnr tnntntft f tt t n nf t n f f t t ft f t f n t t t f nnnr n tr ffnr ffn n tfr nf t fn f nnn f nf nfn fn t tnr f nn tf f n r f n f f nnf t n nnt nr tnnr nfr fn t n t n nf t n t f ntf tn tfn n nt f f t f n nn t t n nfn fn n n n nf n t nr t f tn t tfnr f f t n n f f f n nfnr n n t tn f t nfr fnr f f n f n r tft t f t f n nfn f nr f t n ft nf t n n n nnf t n n t n nnnf tnnf nnnr r fntb r fnt ffttf tr f r b br br ftfnfn rftnbt fnfnr ftfnfn r brf ntf n nnfn tnfnttnb tr brf ntnnf nn tntnbt ntfn n nnnfnr r br f r rft nn nfnff nnnfn tnrr rf t nnnfn ff nnn fntnrr rrftn tfnf tf rf nnn fnf nt n tf nn nfnnrr rrfnff n nftf r rbrftf ttftr rbrftt t tfttftr fr ftnft ntr nnfb rfrn t bn rn nf n t t f r trf tf fn trn btf f nf f t f r trf tf fn trn t n f tf tn t f tnn tf nff tf tt n tf n f btfrf t fft t ntn tttr nn tf n t r f n tb n f n n rn n t f n n f f f n n n r n f r n f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f n n bb r f n n n n f n f f f b n n f r f n n tbbbb n b n n f t n r n n n f r n n bbbb n n b bb n bt r b n bb bb n f b f f nr n f bb n r n f r n b n r n f t r nf b n n n n nn n n n n n n r f f nf n t tb nf n f f t n n n f f n f n n tf n n nn f fnf n t t f n n ntf nf n tf n t r f f n f t f r t f n b t f tb f f nf n r f t n b t t n n fn f nf n n ttf f nt n f n nnf nf n f f f f b n n n f tt n t b n n t f nb t r fntb r r f r b r r r r r r r r r r b r r r r r r r r r r r bb f r nnfb rf rnt rrf brrf brrf rf rf t rrf r f f bf r b f f f rf rnrrf brrf t brrf rf rf rrf r t f f bf r b f r r r r r r b f f f r f f f r f f f t t r nrr f br rn r n r tnnf nnnr r fntb r r f r b r r r r r r r r r r b r r r r r r r r r r r bb f r nnfb rf rnt rrf brrf brrf rf rf t rrf r f f bf r b f f f rf rnrrf brrf t brrf rf rf rrf r t f f bf r b f r r r r r r b f f f r f f f r f f f f t t r nrr f br rn r n r tnnf nnnr r ff ntb f r f n t bn bbnt r f r f nttbrtnb r r ff r f r r f rf rf f rf f f nb b bn btb n n n r t rr r n f ntn f tfr t t f r n f nt nt t nt n tt b nttn r bbn bbb r f ntb nnn bbb rfn tb fn n b nf rt nf n rn n ft b t n f t nf n n tnf n t n nr rt nf n n n ft b t n bb brt bn n rn nft tn f tn n bf f n n bb n fnnfffn t n rn nft tn f n br bn nft f rfn nf n nnnt nn tffn f rt t f t b rt fnf ntnftn tt nt b nr tb tnr bb bb b r f ntb nnn b bbb b bbb rf rn tb r r b r n b bb t tn f t tf t t n t b b t r n r r t b b r rf f trn n t nbt b nbnbn tb nbtn t nntb f ntbtb tnr b ttt ntn nt t rtn t rntt bb bb b r f n ntbb n n f nn n n rrn b rr nnr nnnb t ftn ftn nnf tnf tn r rt nn nnnn n f t r ftn ftn fntb bbbnn nn ftn ftn fntb bbbnn nn nnnn n f fntb bbbnn b b r b r r n r r r n rn n r f t br bb n b n b b nf nf b n b n n ff ff bbnn t b nfb bn r bb r f ntb nnn bbb rf n tb n r n n n n r btb tf r f t rf tf bf tf b br b tb bf r rf tf r f f bf r tb bf tfn r btb t r f tf r f tf b br b tb bfn r rb bf b f ff rfn bt rb tf bf fb f t rf r rb bf fr f rf tf fff r ffr tbrfn n nr r bb r ff nbf n bfbf r fr r n f n r bbbb b r ff ntb r f r f n t fr bn bbnt r f r f nttbrtnt r r ff r f r f r f rr r f rf rf f rf r r b n nn f r t rr r n f ntn fn tfr t t f r n f nt nbt t bnt n btt b r bbn bbb r f ntb nnn bbb r f n tb n nn r n r r n n r r r b r r r r f r r rf r r r rn r b r r rn r r r r r r r r r r t r r r f r f r r r r f tb r br ftb r r r n bb bb b r f ntb nnn bbb b bbt b rf n tb f btn r n n b tn b n nn b bb t tn r r f r r f t r t rf f t tb r r bt r fnbb bttt btt tb rtbtt tbtb frr bb bb b r fntbt b n f f fr r f frr f rf n f nt b f nt b f r r r b b r r b r t b b fb b 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r fntbt bbb nt f f fr r f rr f f n f f rfntr f bb b b b b n b b n f b b b b b n nn ttn b b b b b bb b n b n t tt t t t t t t t b r tbb tb r r tbbr r fr r btbbbbbr r r r r r r r r bbr r r r tbt f b b b b b bbn b b nbb b r r tbtr b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b bb n b b b b tr b b t r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r ftf tbrtbt t rfnntfffb r r r r r r f rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n b fbf n n f ftt tbf n r n r b rfnrrrb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnt n ffr ttf fb rfnnttfbb r r r r r r fb rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n b fbf n n f ftt tbf n r n r b rfnnrfb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnt n ffr ttf f rfnntfbf b r r r r r b r r f rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n f f n n n ftt tf n r n r b rfnrrb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnbtb n ffr bbttf fb rfnntfb t r r r r r bbt r r r tb rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n f f n n n ftt tf n r n r b rfnrffnb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnbtb n ffr bbttf fb rfnntfbb b r r r r r bbf rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n f f n n n ftt tf n r n r b rfnrb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnbtb n ffr bbttf fb rfnnttbt r r r r n tf rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r b rfnnnb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnt n ffr ttf f rfnntffb b r r r r r r r f rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n bbtt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b rfnrrb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnbtb n ffr bbttf fbf rfnntfbt t r r r r r r fb r r bbtt r ftfb ft rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n bbtt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b rfnrnnb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnbtb n ffr bbttf fbf r fntbt bbb nt f f fr r f rr f f n r f r f fnf tbbnf f f n bf b f f n f nb t f bf bf n n bf n nb f r n n n bf bf f t tf fbnf n bf n t n btt bttt btt btt btt btt btt btt btt btb bt btt r bbb tb r r tbbr r fr r btbbbbbr r r r r r r r r bbr r r r tbt f nf b n f f f n f n fnf nf f b nbb f r r tbtr nf n n t n n f f f btb f n n f fn f t tf n f nf f t bf n n f n nf f n bff tbn f f ttn f n fn r rrrr n b bf f nr r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r r bttn tbrtbt rfnntffbb r r r r r r ff r r tb rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n tt bt n n b ftt tf n n r n r b rfnrfrb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft tb nt b n b bffr ttf ft r fntbt bb n f f fr r ff frr f f n f rfrr f nt bt n t n t f rfr n t b n t t t t rfr f n t t t n b b t t t n bt btt btb btbt btb btb btb btb r tbbb tb r r tbbr r fr r btbbbbbr r r r r r r r r bbr r r rtb f t t n nn t tn t t n n nbb n r r tbtr t t t b t t n b n t t n nt n b b t n t n b t t n t t n t bt n bbt n frfr n frfr t t ff rt r fr trr r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r frr nnbbtn tbrtbt rfnntfbfb b r r r r r f n f r rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n ff n n fb ftt tf n r n r b rfnrrb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnbtb n ffr bbttf fb r fntb n f r f f b f r r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr fff fff r f rr fr nt br n tr t rt n tr ft r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt ttr f f nr r f r f t r f r f n rt t t t t t r nt t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt f tr nt f fr fr n t n t f f f f r r f r f fff f r ffr fr nb r f r r r n tb r f f f r f f f ff f r rt brbb t rfnnttbt r r r r r r r bb rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r b rfnnnb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft tb nt b n b bffr ttf f

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rfnnttb r r r r r t rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n tt bt n n b ftt tf n n r n r b rfnnfb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft tb nt b n b bffr ttf f rfnntfb r r r r r r f rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n bf fb n n n ftt tf n r n r b rfnrfb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r b r bft t nt n ffr ttf fb r fntbn tbb f f f r f r ff r r r r r frr f f rfn tb f n n bn n n n b bn r n t bnnr r r tb tb r r bbtt r br ntbn n n b fb f b n fbbbt r bb n bb f nb r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r r bb bb ntrntbn b r fntbn tbb f f f r f r ff r r r r r frr f f f rfntn f bb b b b b b b tn t b b b b f b t ttf b f f b b b b b bb b br r r tb tb r r b b b b b bb b b bbtt b r br ntbn b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b bb b b frtt b fr tt rb fftt f f b bf t f r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r r bb ftt rf ntrntbn b r fntbt bbt n f f fr r fr r f f n f rf f nt bt n t n t n t b n t t t t r n t t t n b b t t t tt tr r r b b r r t t n nn t tn t t n n nbb n r r tbt r t t t b t t n b n t t n nt n b b t n t n b t t n t t n t bt n bbt n n t t r t tf r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r f nnbbtn tbrtbt b r fntbt bb nb f f fr r frr f f n f rf ntn f bb b b b b b b t b b b b b t tt b b b b b bb b b ttr r r b b r r b b b b b bb b b nbb b r r tbt r b b b b b b b b b b b b b b nt b b bb b b f t f b t b rttt rf tt bntt b n t r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r rtnt r f tbrtbt b rfnntfbt b r r r r f r r r fbff rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n bbtt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b rfnrnb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnbtb n ffr bbttf fbf rfnntfb t r r r r r r bt rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n f f n n n ftt tf n r n r b rfnrfnb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnbtb n ffr bbttf fbb rfnntfb b r r r r r r b rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n tt n n b b ftt tf n n r n r b rfnrfb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnbtb n ffr bbttf fb rfnnttbbff r r r r r b rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r b rfnnrrfb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnt n ffr ttf fb r fntbn tbb f f f r f r ff r r r r r frr f f f r fnn f tbt t t tb t t tb f r f nf tb tb t tf t f f r n nf tb f t tb t tb t tt t n bnr r r tb tb r r t t tb bbt t b tt t tb b bbtt tb r br ntbn t t t tb tb f f tb tb tb t tb t tb t tb n t tb tt t t b b rn tb r n tf rnnn rr nn f tnn t fn r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r r bb nn bbb ntrntbn b r fntbt bb n f f fr r frr f f n f r f n tb f f nf n f f f n nnf f r r r b b r r nbb r r tbtr f f btnfn bt nfn bf tnn f tn f r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r nnnn b tbrtbt rfnntfbft r r r r r r bbf r tfb r r n f rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n fb f n n bn ftt tf n r n r b rfnrrnb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r b r ft bt nt n ffr ttf ft rfnnttb r r r r r tt rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n tt bt n n b ftt tf n n r n r b rfnnb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft tb nt b n b bffr ttf fbt rfnntftb r r r r r f rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n bf fb n n nb ftt tf n r n r b rfnrnb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t nt n ffr ttf fbb rfnntfb r r r r f r f rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r b rfnrfb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t bnt n ffr ttf fb r f ntb nnn b bbb r f r n n tb r r r tr b r n r r t f bn f f n b n t t t t t t t t t n tf t t t f t t t t t t r t t t bf b r n r t n tb n rt f tf f b nb n b bb

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r f ntb rr tnttn rn tntt t nr n tr fn n nn n n n r r nfn n t t nn rf n rf tb bbf n bn b rb trbt rft bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr bbf b rf rft fr r b b bbftrf b b n b n b n b b ttb n r nf r r nrfbb brn bnb n b nnf tbbt nb r b n f rt r fr tbf f rft bf rb f nf ntrn n t n t t b nnt t n t trr tfb bnb n tr n nb b rbb ntrrn n fbnrf bnfnrtb bnf bnrb r fntbb f f f r ff ff rr fn tfbff n bf bn r fbbb t t nn n n r fbf rnf nf r frn r fn rnn nr r r r r f r f r r f r r f r f f f f b ff f bn r f r fr f n bfrf r rnnf ffbfb n n n b nnr f bf r fbb b n nr ffn rn nf n fnfrbr n nrn b nfr nf rbn n nb nf n f nf r n nf fr nb rn n rn rf ff r fnfr fr f bfrf n b nnr f r f nf nfr fnfr nfrbf fnffnfr fbn r nf r ff ff nfnfnn bf nf rn nb t r fr frnfr nrn rnf fnfr rnrf ff t rr f f f f r r f r f fff f r ffr fr nb r f r r r n tbr f f f r f f f ff f r bff brbb t r ff nttb t r r f r f f r r rr f nrtt brt f r rr r r r r f r r r r f b n t t f r r t t nntn t rr t tr t fff nt f t r t tf n t t nt r ntntn btn r fntb tb ff r r f fr ff f fr r r r ff r f f f ff r r r ff r fffff r rfntb bnr fnt tb b b bb t b tr f fr f f r r f r n bf r rb b t f t nn n b tb t bt b b b t b b b t tb b ttt b t b bt b b b b t n b nr b f rnnn b b t t b b rrff btt b b t nnn r r ff ntb r f r f n t bn bbnt r f r f ntbbrb nb r r ff r f r f r f rrb r f rf rf f rf r b r r b n nn b r r rr r fb f nfr f b r n f t n tb btb bt bb r bbn r fntbt bbbb f tr r ff f f rfrn t bn r n t tf n tf t n b nnn n n t n f r trf n n tf f n trn btf n b n n n f nn f t f r trf t n f tf tnn nf n tfn ff tf tt fn trn trftr tf fn nr fn trn btf btf n n tn f ttn f f tf tf n r n t f f tr tt frtr f tt ff ff b ff b f ff r tr r tf btff fr tr bf nfbtf tn tf ntfn rt tbrtbt b r f ntb n rtt nn rr nn r tt f n rrn fn n rnn t nf n nn n ttnn n n nn t nn rn n nn t r f t nn rf n rf tb bb f n bn b rb trbt rft bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf b rf rft fr fr r b b bbftrf b b n b n b n b b ttb n r nf r r nrfbb brn b nbn b nnf tb bt nb r b n f rt r fr t bf f rft bf rb f nf ntr n nn rn t t b nnt t n t trr tfb bnb n tr n nb b rbb ntrrn n fbnrf bnfnrtb bnf bnrb r f ntb rr tnttn rn tntt t n nt n f n r n nn t t nn rf n rf tb bbf n bn b rb trbt rft bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr bbf b rf rft r b b bbftrf b b n b n b n b b ttb n r nf r r nrfbb brn bnb n b nnf tbbt nb r b n f rt r fr tbf f rft bf rb f nf ntrn n r t t b nnt t n t trr tfb bnb n tr n nb b rbb ntrrn n fbnrf bnfnrtb bnf bnrb r fntb b ffr ff rf f f rr f r ffb r b f r r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f r f f ff ff r f rr fr nt br n tr brt rt n tr ft r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt tr f f br f r r f br f b r f r f n rt t t t t t r nt br t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt f tr nt t t f fr fr n t n t n f f f f f f n fff f ff f f n f f n f f n n n f f ff f n rt brbb r fntb b f fr r r f ff f ff f rrr f f r f f fffffrfr ffrf f f fff r f fffffr ff f r f r r r rrnr tb tbb r rr r r r r rnr btbtrr rr b f r f r f r r r f f rrfr r r f r r r rnrf rr rf rr bb r f rrnr tbt r f rnr r r r f r br fr f f 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b rf rfb rf rf nb nbr b rf r rf n tr rf rb rf trr b nt r r f nn f rf b rb b t tr r b r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r tffnnf tbrtbt r fntbt bt n f f fr r r r f f n rf rf f ntbn bn n nt b n n nt b r nt b nt n n b b n b b r r nt b b b n n nt n nbn b n b b r r r b b 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 r b bn nt b nn b n n t b t r nt r b nb rrr rrb nrr n bfr r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r rf ttbt tbrtbt rfnnttbt r r r r r rf fnrf rrtnn bb b b b t n n n n bf fb n n nb ftt tf n r n r b rfnnnb nb r fnrfb bnnrf fn b nr bn rnrr b b r r ft t nt n ffr ttf fb r fntbt bb n f f fr r frr f f n rf fff rf f nt bt n t n t n t b n t t t t n t ft t n b b t t t t br r r b b r r t t n nn t tn t t n n nbb n r r tbt r t t t b t t n b n t t n nt n b b t n t n b t t n t t n t bt n bbt n r n r t t r f t r t r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r f nnbbtn tbrtbt r fntb t ffr ff ff f ffbbtr r r f ffff t r frr ff f r f r r r ntb n r r rr r 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The Apopka ChiefNovember 30, 2012, Page 1B See the stories at the top of the page about the Apopka Blue Darters football team. Last week, Apopka jumped out to a big early lead and easily defeated the Timber Creek Wolves, 56-14, in the second round of the Class 8A playoffs. This week, the Blue Darters will travel to the Jacksonville area to face Neptune Beach Fletcher in a regional Q. When will the boys basketball teams from Wekiva High and Apopka High meet this season? A. The Mustangs and Blue Darters will face off twice town rivals will be Wednesday, December 5, when Wekiva hosts Apopka. The Blue Darters will host the Mustangs just 16 days later on December 21 in the SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Neptune Beach Fletcher has nals without doing anything fancy. Of fensively, the Senators line up most of the time in the I-formation with an outstanding running game and a very good passing game. Theyve also got a solid defense that doesnt give up cheap touchdowns and only 10 points per game. No wonder theyve forged an 11-1 record. Led by senior tailback Jamari Smith, Fletcher has come into Central Florida and won two road playoff games, defeating Lake Brantley and Seminole, over the past two Friday nights. Now Fletcher will host the Apopka Blue Darters today, Friday, November 30, in one of four state. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $8 and available at the gate. The stadium is located at Fletcher Middle School, 2000 3rd Street North (Hwy. A1A), Jacksonville Beach. Jack Taylor Stadium is located between Seagate Avenue and 18th Avenue North behind the middle school campus, which is across By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff The weather may have been cool, but the Apopka Blue Darters continued with their red-hot play Friday, November 23, dominating Timber Creek from the outset for a 56-14 ReWolves. It was the ninth victory in a row for the Blue Darters, who lost 20-0 game last season. Apopka (10-2) surged to a 21-0 building the lead to 35-0 by halftime. And when the Blue Darters scored on the opening possession of the third quarter to go up 42-0, it slammed the door shut on any type of miracle comeback by Timber Creek (10-2). The Blue Darters rushed for 377 yards and passed for 105. W e clicked tonight, Apopka coach Rick Darlington said. We were line played great. It was just a good night. son that Apopka has scored at least 56 points. During the nine-game winning streak, the Blue Darters have averaged 50.1 points per game. For the season, Apopka is averaging 42 points per game. But it was the Apopka defense that received the most words of praise from coach Darlington, as they held Timber Creeks Jacques Patrick to just 54 yards rushing, most of which came after the game was decided. Just a sophomore, Patrick led Central Florida in rushing with more than 2,000 yards and has already received substantial interest from such college coaches as Nick Saban of Alabama. T o shut him down like we did was important, Darlington said. We didnt want to be in a track meet with them. Thats the story when we shut By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Point guard Joe Chealey and the Apopka High boys basketball team have broken out of the gates at a full gallop three games. While they have gotten production on both ends of the court from up and down the lineup, Chealey has been the mainstay for the Darters, as expected. The College of Charleston-signee is already averaging 27 points per game for the Blue Darters, pumping games, then adding 29 in the of the season for Apopka. That Metro victory came in the form of a 76-69 win over the Freedom Patriots, one of the better teams in Central Florida. Prior to that, the Blue Darters downed Osceola 68-65 on a three-point buzzergame of the Metro vs. Florida Challenge at Wekiva High. Apopka opened the season Friday, November 23, with a 74-68 overtime victory over Sarasota Riverview. Apopka 76, Freedom 69 Chealey s four 3-pointers of things to come as the senior ended the game with 29 points to lead the Blue Darters to the bounds. He s a really good player, coach Ruta said about Chealey. Hes as good as there is in Central Florida, in my opinion. Ruta was also pleased with the improvement his team made since its win over Osceola. We had a much better effort than on Saturday, he said. Defensively, we were much better. Chealey wasnt the only one with a hot hand for the Darters, as Haleem Brown contributed 22 points, a season high for him. While most of Chealeys points come from behind the arc or on in the lane on drives to the bucket, almost all of Browns points are off of offensive rebounds or otherwise around the bucket. A player who always seems to be around the ball when its near the basket, Brown yanked offensive end, to lead the Blue Darters. As a team, Apopka pulled down 34 rebounds, 16 on the offensive end. Deion Fields was also with 10 points. Apopka held a 37-33 lead at halftime, but Freedom quickly erased that and surged to a 45-41 lead, but an Apopka scoring run of 12 straight points gave the Blue Darters a 53-45 lead, something 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 8:30 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 today, Friday, November 30, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 N. Forest Avenue, 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. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff For the Wekiva Mustangs boys basketball team, the Metro Challenge vs. Florida Challenge held over Thanksgiving weekend serves many purposes. The one that most directly affects the teams season is the event is the beginning of a tough schedule designed to prepare the Mustangs for the rigors of the postseason and playing in the tough District 8A-3. Playing two ranked programs, the Mustangs got their it with its coach Scott Williams saying his staff was, for the most part, fairly pleased with how the team played during the two games as a whole. W ekiva took on Bartow in its opening game Friday, November 23, falling to the Yellow Jackets, 67-60. The Mustangs bounced back with a 5954 victory Saturday, November 24, over Lake Minneola. Bartow claimed the then2010 Class 5A state championship and has earned berths in the regional round of the FHSAA postseason tournament only its second year, Lake Minneola is known for having a great collection of young talent and is already ranked and is expected to challenge for its district championship. Wekiva 59, Lake Minneola 54 A day after playing Bartow, Wekiva had to do an aboutface. Taking on Lake Minneola, it had to change its approach from facing a more traditional opponent relying on a power, inside game which is set up by strong outside shooting to an up-tempo, run-and-gun, sharpshooting style. And combined nal footing as Wekiva played in only its second game of the season, it looked like it was just too much to handle at this point of the season. However the Mustangs showed they do have the resiliency, force of will, and purpose that theyve had in the past as they made a couple of plays with just under three minutes and that ballooned into a 13-0 run which not only gave them the lead, but earned Wekiva the 59-54 victory. W e spent most of the time just going around and around the perimeter, Wekiva coach Scott Williams said. We just wouldnt move the ball to where we need to after catching it. Our advantage was under the rim and the low paint and we didnt use it. On the other hand, raiser for the Zellwood Community Center will be held Saturday, December 8 at the Zellwood Station Golf and Country Club 2126 Spillman Drive, Zellwood. Registration begins at 7 a.m. and tee-off is at 8 a.m. What an exciting year its been for the center. We have built a brand new playground and resurfaced our tennis courts, said Denny Shiver, an organizer of the event. We partnered with Kaboom! and Disney to build a wonderful new playground and edible garden for our community to enjoy for years to come. Join us afterwards for lunch at the Zellwood Community Center. The cost is $240 per foursome, which includes lunch and door prizes. Shiver said there would be prizes for closet to the pin, longest drive, and the winners. T o date, organizers need hole sponsors ($75 per hole) and businesses to offer donations of their products or services as For more information, call 321-3030582, 407-625-1503 or email aarontbarrett@aol.com. Apopkas next foe solid on both sides of ballWho: Apopka Blue Darters (10-2) at Neptune Beach Fletcher Senators (11-1) When: Today, Fri., Nov. 30, 7:30 p.m. Where: Jack Taylor Stadium located at Fletcher Middle School, 2000 3rd Street North, Jacksonville Beach Why:nal game Cost: $8 at the gate Radio: WBZW-1520AM, www.1520thebiz.com Darters score early, often in playoff win See APOPKA Page 11B See SOLID Page 11BQuarterback Zack Darlington heads toward the end zone on a 78-yard scoring run. Josh Filmore drives past a Lake Minneola defender during Wekivas 59-54 victory over the Hawks. Haleem Brown guards Sarasota Riverviews Nick Havener during Apopkas 74-68 overtime victory over the Rams.AHS opens new season with 3 winsCitys Reindeer Run set for December 1 two basketball games See WEKIVA Page 12B See darDAR T ers ERS Page 11B

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 3B I am sure it took the Timber Creek football players, coaches and fans at least a couple of days to wipe the cobwebs out following the 5614 loss to the Apopka Blue Darters in the second round of the playoffs. To say it was an incredible night for the Darters is an understatement. Its been several years since Apopka had a playoff game like that. The Darters were in an attacking mode in all phases of the game. After Timber Creek got rather easily inside Apoppossession, the Darters got stingy on defense, holding the was no good. dent Apopka team that scored quickly on offense, forced a couple of turnovers and a lot of three-and-outs on defense, and was outstanding in special teams play. The blocked punt by Apopka was huge. Deon Lowman and a couple of buddies broke through the line and he smothered the punt, pretty much taking it off the punters foot. With no Timber Creek players near the ball, Garrett Spek picked it up and easily scored. That gave the Blue Darters a 21-0 lead just eight minutes into the game, and, for all practical purposes, it was over at that point. Blocked punts are such game-changers, but not only on the scoreboard. Even the best teams may go an entire season without blocking a punt. When you do and then score on the block, its an emotional lift for the scoring team. The opposite is true for the punting team, especially when you are already trailing 14-0. Apopka played a nearly perfect game. Yes, there were, again, too many penalties, but there were no turnovers and when you average about 10 yards per rush, you can overcome myriad penalties. Coaching search Wekivas effort to replace football coach Ty Parker continues, as Wekiva athletic director Lamarr Glenn is still accepting resumes through the end of this week. I spoke with Glenn earlier this week and he had about 60 resumes at that point and was continuing to receive them. Some of them, I am sure, are from assistant coaches out of the area and out of state who think it would be good to apply and neat to live in Central Florida. They may or may not know there is some pretty good football played in this area, but, in any case, they arent ready to lead a high school football program, certainly not at the big-school level in Florida. But, there are some others who may be assistants now who are ready to lead a program. Of course, there are very likely some names in the list who are currently head coaches elsewhere. Interviews will begin the week of December 10 after Glenn culls the list to about pal Dr. Elise Gruber to interview. Parker, meanwhile, continues to teach at Wekiva. Hes talked to other schools about possible coaching slots, but hes still far from making a decision on which way he will go. Hell be an asset wherever he ends up. Hoops Playing tough schedules is never easy, but, for the long term, its the best way to go, especially in a sport like basketball. The girls basketball teams at both Wekiva and Apopka have had tough sledding over both programs are trying to build back up and it can take a while. For the boys programs locally, the Mustangs are also playing top teams and went 1-1 in the Metro vs. Florida Challenge they hosted over Thanksgiving weekend. Coach Scott Williams will play pretty much anybody anywhere, which only helps come time for the postseason. You dont want your team getting beat up every night, but the only way to improve is to play the best. The Mustangs fell to Bargot by Lake Minneola, a strong second-year squad. Apopka, coach Matt Ruta, hosted Sarasota Riverview, and then faced Osceola in the Metro-Florida event at Wekiva. Just like Wekiva, the Blue Darters had a pair of close games, but Apopka was able to pull off victories in both cases. Against Riverview, Apopka lost a big second-half lead, but managed to win in overtime with some clutch free-throw shooting. Then, the Darters nipped Osceola by three when senior point guard and leader Joe Chealey hit nothing but the net on a 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds left. His trey broke a 6565 deadlock. Chealey has been the season, hitting 26 points games, then besting that with 29 against Freedom earlier this week. It should be an interesting season for both Wekiva and Apopka, and I think both teams may have something to say about which teams advance out of the district tournament. Apopka at Neptune Beach Fletcher If the Blue Darters could bottle last weeks performance and just break it out again this week, they would come home a happy squad. But, the chances of that happening are small, I am afraid. Apopka could perform at the same high level, but I dont see any way there is an outcome like the Blue Darters 56-14 win over Timber Creek. As good as the Wolves were on defense throughout the season, I think Fletcher plays at a much higher level. They have some solid players on that side of the ball. Fletchers defensive line has gotten a lot of praise this season and the numbers back that up, as the Senators have given up just 10 points per game. Apopka, on the other hand, has been scoring in bunches during the nine-game winning streak, scoring less than 45 points only once during that stretch when the Blue Darters downed Palm Bay Bayside, 24-7. In that game, the Blue Darters committed three turnovers and quarterback Zack Darlington went down with an injury that kept him out of the game for most of the second half. Bayside, however, had good team speed on defense and they were obviously coached well. I would expect the same type of defensive performance from the Senators. From everything I hear about Fletchers defense, you have to earn every point you score. They will not give up big plays, and they make teams drive the which is tough to do against a good defense. Offensively, the Senators offer nothing fancy, but they are very good on that side of the ball, as well. Running back Jamari Smith has committed to South Carolina, so that tells you of his quality. Plus, Fletchers passing game is underrated due to Smiths production this season. I really like how this Apopka team is playing right now on both sides of the ball and if they bring the same mentality to the game against Fletcher that they had against Timber Creek, it will be hard for the Senators to beat the Blue Darters, but I just dont see Apopka traveling about 2-1/2 hours and performing at the same level they did last week. If Apopka was playing a lesser team, I could see the Blue Darters coming home with a win, but this Fletcher team is very good. Fletcher by 4. The two Apopka High School Special Olympics softball teams brought home gold and silver medals from the 2012 Florida Special Olympics Fall Classic November 16-17 at ESPNs Wide World of Sports. The Apopka Hawks Special Olympics softball team time in Apopka Special Olympics history, defeating the Sarasota Bombers by winning two out of three games. The Apopka Ospreys won the silver medal in the event when they played the Miami Southridge Spartans. The Apopka Hawks were down 14-6 in game 1 versus the Sarasota Bombers when inning to tie the game, winning the contest 16-15 in extra innings. The Apopka Hawks outscored the Sarasota Bombers 32-29 in the three games they played against each other. The Apopka Ospreys had their best showing in their competition during the weekend, as well. This is the fourth season that the Apopka High Special Olympics program has had a softball team. 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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 6B With this coming weekends calendar-page-turn to December, many Christmas parties and other holiday get-togethers soon are going to start happening. A lot of readers of Kitchen Kapers will be taking on the roles of party or dinner hosts and hostesses. What will you serve your guests? That really is the big question, because there are so very many options from which to choose. Will it be a sit-down dinner, a serve-yourself buffet table, casual hand-held snacks or just big bowls of chips and pretzels, or maycious home-baked cookies? Will it be elegant punch bowl or easier plastic and paper cups placed beside a variety of extra-large bottles of juices and sodas, or what? Whichever venue you choose, enjoy the experience! Include some of the recipe suggestions below from your Apopka neighbors cookbooks and make this 2012 Christmas season your happiest ever. It may still be just a little too early to start saying this, but a very Merry Christmas to all! ANDREA SIMMONS SPICED ALMONDS Recipe from Feeding The Flock 1 pound almonds or other nuts 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 egg white 1 tablespoon water 1/2 cup margarine or butter Whip egg white until frothy. Add water, sugar and cinnamon. Melt margarine or butter in microwave bowl and pour into a 9-x12-inch cake pan. Pour almonds (or other types of nuts) in egg mixture. Stir well and then pour into pan. Bake at 250 degrees for one to one and a half hours, stirring every on wax paper to cool. NANCY BAUMS SNICKERDOODLE COOKIES Recipe from Feeding The Flock 1-1/2 cups sugar 1/2 cup butter, softened 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 eggs 1 teaspoon cream of tartar 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoons cinnamon In large bowl, beat sugar and butter until cream of tartar, baking soda and salt. Mix well. In small bowl, combine the two tablespoons sugar and two tablespoons cinnater and mix well. Shape dough into 1-inch balls and roll in the sugar cinnamon mixture. Place two inches apart on ungreased cookie sheets. Bake for eight to ten minutes in 400-degree oven. Remove immediately from cookie sheets. Recipe yields four dozen cookies. INEZ COXS CHRISTMAS CHEESE BALL Recipe from Errol Membership Recipes 2 (8-ounce) packages cream cheese 1 small can crushed pineapple, drained 1/4 cup diced green and red peppers chopped Salt (amount to your taste) Accent (amount to your taste) Pecans or other nuts of your choice (amount to your taste) Mix all ingredients except nuts together, roll into ball and chill. Roll ball into chopped nuts just before serving. ANN SEXTONS HOT ARTICHOKE DIP Recipe from Errol Membership Recipes 1 (16-ounce) can artichoke hearts (not marinated) 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup plain yogurt, drained Dash of paprika 1 cup Parmesan cheese, grated Drain artichokes and mash well. Add remaining ingredients and mix with fork. Sprinkle paprika over top. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Recipe yields two cups of artichoke dip. HAZEL BRANTONS PUMPKIN DIP AND GINGERSNAPS Recipe from Feeding The Flock 1 (16-ounce) can pumpkin 2 (8-ounce) packages cream cheese 1 (1-pound) box powdered sugar 1/4 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice Gingersnaps Mix together all ingredients except gingersnaps. Serve with gingersnaps as dippers. MISTY TAYLORS ARTICHOKE RANCH DIP Recipe from Feeding The Flock 1 cup mayonnaise 1 cup sour cream 1 packet (1-ounce) Ranch Salad Dressing and Seasoning Mix 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 to 2 (15-ounce) cans artichoke quarters in water, drained and chopped 1/2 cup chopped roasted bell peppers 2 cups shredded Swiss cheese 1-1/2 cups French Fried Onions, divided Tortilla chips or crackers for dipping Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray 1-quart baking dish with cooking spray and set aside. In medium mixing bowl, whisk together mayonnaise, sour cream, ranch seasoning mix and lemon juice until smooth. Stir in artichokes, roasted red bell peppers, Swiss cheese and 1/2 cup French fried onions. Transfer to prepared baking dish. Bake in preheated oven about 20 minutes. Remove from oven and top with remaining French fried onions and return to oven. Continue baking until set and until top is golden brown. Serve with chips and crackers. Recipe yields about ten servings. JOANN SHAWS BACON-JALAPENO TOMATO QUESADILLAS Recipe from Taste and See 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, softened 4 cups (16 ounces) shredded Monterey Jack cheese 12 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled 1 small tomato, chopped chopped 1 teaspoon ground cumin Salsa Spread butter on one side of tortilla. Place buttered side up on baking sheet and bake at 400 degrees for three minutes or until lightly browned (this may be done up to two hours ahead). Combine cheese, bacon, tomato, peppers and cumin. Sprinkle over utes until cheese bubbles. Cut into quarters. Serve with salsa. MISTY TAYLORS LAYERED GREEK DIP Recipe from Feeding The Flock 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon dried Italian seasoning 3 cloves garlic, minced 1-1/2 cups prepared hummus (one whole container) 1 cup chopped artichokes (or cucumbers) 1 cup chopped tomato 1/2 cup chopped pitted Kalamata olives 1/2 cup crumbled Feta cheese 1/2 cup sliced green onions (or chives) Pita chips or crackers In medium mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese, lemon juice, Italian seasoning and garlic with electric beater on medium speed until smooth and combined. Spread the cream cheese mixture into a deep nine-inch pie plate or shallow serving dish. Evenly spread hummus on cream cheese layer. Top with artichokes (or cucumbers), tomato, olives, feta cheese and green onions (or chives). Cover and refrigerate for at least two hours before serving. Serve with pita chips and/or hearty crackers. Recipe makes about 2-1/2 cups of dip or 16 servings. Note: Do not prepare this dish too far in advance. (It will become runny.) ANN HLINAKS SPINACH BALLS Recipe from Sharing Our Finest Cookbook 2 boxes frozen cooked spinach 6 eggs, beaten 3/4 cup melted margarine 2 medium onions, chopped 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese 1 tablespoon garlic salt 2/3 teaspoon thyme 1/2 teaspoon pepper Cook spinach according to directions. Drain well, very important. Mix in other ingredients. Chill. Roll into balls a little smaller than golf balls. (If you want to freeze these for later, at this point put balls on cookie tray, freeze and then place in freezer storage bags, thawing and using as needed.) Bake the spinach balls at 350 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes. Recipe makes about 65 spinach balls. LISA LOCHRIDGES GREEN OLIVE SPREAD Recipe from Taste and See 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup chopped stuffed green olives 1/2 cup chopped pecans Combine all ingredients. Mix well. Chill Serve with crackers or bread. MARIE TRIVENTOS RIPE OLIVE SPREAD Recipe from Sharing Our Finest Cookbook 1 (3-ounce) package cream cheese, softened 3 tablespoons ripe chopped olives 2 tablespoons slivered almonds, toasted, salted and chopped 1 clove garlic, crushed Mix all ingredients well. Serve on melba rounds. PENNY GARYS NO-BAKE OATMEAL COOKIES Recipe from Feeding The Flock 2 cups sugar 1/2 cup butter 1/2 cup milk 3 tablespoons cocoa 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup peanut butter 3 cups oatmeal Mix together all ingredients except peanut butter and oatmeal. Bring ingredients to a boil. Remove from heat and add the peanut butter and oatmeal. Mix well. Drop by tablespoons on waxed paper. Make this Christmas your happiest ever with these recipes SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1Reindeer 5K Fun Run and Walk: beginning promptly at 7:30 a.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. Due to a change in schedule, the Apopka Recreation Departments annual Turkey Trot 5K has been transformed into the and Walk. The cost to pre-register is $15 plus a new, unwrapped toy ticipants may register at the Northwest Recreation Complex Monday register online at www.apopka.net. Craft, Bake and Yard Sale: Saturday only. We will be offering Hand Made Arts and Crafts, Home Baked Equipment, Electronics, Art Work, House Hold Items and much more. Held by the Tangerine Community Church, 7141 Wright Ave Come early for a Pancake Breakfast hostHot Dogs at the Sale. All proceeds to help support the Church and its Missions in the Community. Surviving the Holidays Seminar: Methodist Church. Call today for more information, 407-464-2614 or Golf Cart Parade and Party: 4:00 p.m., the Errol Estate Golf and Country Club has partnered with the Apopka Elementary PTA to Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. There will be separate parties for the children and the adults at the clubhouse immediately after and other surprises will be sold to 0223 or email kimblal@aol.com or ruthcallaghan12@gmail.com.SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2Beginning Racewalking Program: Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registrawww.orangecountyparks.net. F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: 6:00 include Bible study, craft time, and singing for ages 5 years through MONDAY, DECEMBER 3 Beginning Racewalking Program: 5:00 p.m. 5:55 p.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registrawww.orangecountyparks.net. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensinoncommercial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are currentgo to www.tops.org. Toastmasters: the **Apopka Area Chamber of katoastmasters.org.TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4Walk and Talk: a.m., at Magnolia Park. Call 407Watercolor Painting Class: SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Apopka Garden Club Meeting: formation, contact Sharon at 407Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: the month at 12:00 noon, at Errol day before, or for information, call GFWC Apopka Womans Club Board Meeting: 5:00 p.m. at the Apopka Area Chamber of ComFran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonsupport organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews PresbyteCrafts & Chatter and Board Games: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of senior adults who enjoy playing board games or creating projects. Call 407-703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. Come and join the fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-703-1631 for information. Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: At 10:15 a.m., lasts apNorth Orange Branch.* Toddler Time: Wed., Especially for children ages Orange Branch.* Storybook Fun for Your Little One: Recommended for children ages and last approximately 30 minutes. City Council Meeting: 1:30 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to City Clerk 407-703-1704. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6Walking Club: a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: Community Center, 519 S. Central, in Apopka information. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. at Porkies BBQ, 256 E. night will feature drawings, prizes, trophies and just plain showing 3351. Planning Advisory Board Meeting: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with no703-1704. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the UPCOMING EVENTS Camp Scooter: The Orange sion will host Camp Scooter during the holidays for youth in grades K-5 at the following locations: Wheatley the following: Week 1: December $15. Week 2: December 31-Januwww.OrangeCountyParks.net., to com. Apopka Christmas Parade: age Sertoma Club of Apopka will hold the 36th annual Parade on Deup now for your parade entry! Holiday Reception: Sunday, December 9, from 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m., hosted by the Apopka Historical Society, to showcase holiday Garden Club of Apopka, at the Mumation, call 407-703-1707, email director@apopkamuseum.org or Kiwanis Club Meeting: Meetings at 6:00 p.m., for dinner or 6:30 p.m., for the meeting only, at Errol Estate mation, contact Stuart Harris at #996, Apopka. Club of Orlando: Meetings will each month starting in September through May, from 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m., at the Elks Club, 12 N. Ministry offers Free Meal : The Open Heart Kitchen presented by St. Paul AME Church, will offer a free meal held on the third Monday Man to Man Prostate ACS Cancer Support Meeting : Held the second Chamber of Commerce. The meetcancer, or would like more informaThe Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, organization to meet 7 p.m., Apopka Assembly of God, 951 N. Park held on third Thursday of month, at same time and location and will ONGOING EVENTSUtility Bill Payment Assistance : SENIORS ages 60+, can get onetime assistance per season with past due utility bills, October 1 through March 31. St. Paul A.M.E. or 407-694-1405. Personal Wellness & Management Coach offering Free Camp: Bridge Games and Classes: ular and talked about card game in the world. Newcomers are always perienced players, games are held Monday, Wednesday, Thursday Seniors Meals on Wheels: is lookeach route taking about an hour. Hospital Health Course Offered : to help those with chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and more. Call free chronic disease self-management courses. Free Educational Hands-On Programs: Rescue Department offers free programs such as CPR, citizens Zellwood Garden Club: Members continue to collect old cell phones for the Sheriffs Department. Call Ministry Collecting Toys: Exthat assists local charities with proel-sized hygiene products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant Computer Classes in both English and Spanish: Branch.* Classes are: Computer Basics, Excel, Word Resume Searches, Power Point, Internet, ange Branch* for more details. Habitat Volunteers: Sign up to month of December! Go to www. new, register by clicking on the right, need help hanging doors, installing trim, prep for painting, painting, landscaping, and cleaning for occuPlace. ************Apopka Area Chamber of Combrary North Orange Branch Address: Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or email ads@theapopkachief.com.To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, or Visit the Web site at www.theapopkachief.com. $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county) WEEKLY EVENTS WEEKLY EVENTS UPCOMING & ONGOINGEVENTS CANCELLED HAPPY THANKSGIVING!Belly Dance Classes should wear comfortable clothing. Call 407-703-1631, for information.Tennis Programs : Held at the Northwest Recreation of instruction. Adults interested in youth programming and CANCELLED GFWC Apopka Womans Club General Meeting: 7:00 p.m. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with notice. City Council Meeting: 1:30 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with 703-1704. GFWC Apopka Womans Club Board Meeting: 5:00 p.m. at the Apopka Area Chamber of Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings open to the public. Subject to change with Clerk 407-703-1704.Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: of the month at 12:00 noon, at the 5305. CLOSED FOR THE 4th!Balling For Jesus: Bobby Scott at 407-247-5553 or email jadamone@aol.com. Ministry Needs Personal-sized Hygiene items: Extended Hand Outreach, a nonCity Council Meeting: bers, City Hall, 120 E. Main St., Apopka. All meetings info., call City Clerk 407-703-1704.

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 4B Thanksgivin is over and by now all the turkey and ham should be gone, as well. I sure hope everyone had a great Thanksgivin and you got over the weekend. It was pretty windy in our area durin the it settled down after the cold front came through town. The only problem was we had bluebird skies and if you seem to have lockjaw when these conditions prevail. Friday after Thanksgivin and those old bluebird skies sure shut down most of the bite in with Rick Mullins, a friend of mine from church. We caught on plastic worms. We tried everything including, swim-baits, crankbaits, top-water, Rat-L-Traps, but the only way we could get a bite was on a plastic worm. and almost dead-stick it to get a bite. Anyway, I caught Rick even caught a shoepick on his plastic worm. If you dont know what a shoeFlorida. They call em shoepicks in Louisiana. We had a great time on the water even hoped. We still had fun. By the time you read this, we will be on the other side of the full moon. We had a full moon Wednesday, November 28, so three days before and three days after the full moon, up. Goin into the weekend, the specks should be back to bitin on a consistent pattern. Captain Joe reports that the folks in his area are catchin some nice specks channels. You need to be in 3 a jig tipped with a minner. You can locate the specks by trollin with a Beetle Spin, or a 1/4 oz. Rat-L-Trap until you drift over the same area with jigs tipped with a minner. You need to use your brightest colored jigs to get the specks to bite. Good colors have been chartreuse, pink, lemon-orange, and the gold ice jig. The red rooster has been a great color which is a gold metal Lots of folks are makin the trip up to Orange Lake and Lake Lochloosa near Gainesville. to catch some specks. I mentioned these two lakes a couple of weeks ago and some folks made the trip and they are catchin some real nice specks and, in some cases, folks are gettin their limits on recent trips. pick back up in the Harris Chain this weekend. Most of the specks are still in deep water. Some good lakes to try have been Lake Carlton and Lake Harris. Some folks are catchin some nice specks under the Howey Bridge, too. The specks should start to move towards the shoreline docks at the Eustis Lake Walk should improve soon. As I mentioned earlier, tle slow but should get better if the wind doesnt pick up too much. Look for schoolers in the Butler Chain and the Conway Chain. Look for the divin birds feedin on the specks and a few mullet off the seawall in Lake Monroe and the seawall up at Crows Bluff area of the St. Johns River. Have a great week, and Ill see ya next week. Tip of the week: need some clouds. Save a few and good luck! By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff As one of the feeder programs for the successful Apopka High football team, the Apopka Lions youth football organization is successful in its own right. Advancing deep into its playoffs with three successive championships, this years Apopka Lions Pee Wee team (11-12 years old) has added to an ever-increasing line of success and championships. The Lions will begin play Monday, December 3, in Kissimmee for its age groups national championship. The players arent just good athletes but they are good students (a combined 3.2 GPA), head coach Todd Peterson said. We have talent, but if we cant develop it and play as a team, it doesnt matter. When players do well in the classroom, they tend to well on stand the importance of developing the talent and most importantly, what we are coaching them to do. They grasp the game plan and how to execute it. Our game plan is basic football, running the ball well and playing strong defense. Strong defense leads to the ball well leads to a good defense. A running game which moves the ball steadily gives the defense the opportunity to rest and make adjustments. Our players understand that relationship and we put together the game plan we do so it happens. We also have gotten great support from the parents and families, which has encouraged the players to trust us and motivate the team to keep doing what it has been doing. The Central Florida Youth Leagues parent organization is American Youth Football. The Apopka Lions are a member of the Central Florida Youth Football League and its Western Division. With an 8-1 regular season record, the Lions advanced to the Western Division championship game and meeting with the Wekiva Redskins. The Lions won by a 32-0 score. That victory earned the team another game and it was against the Edgewater Buccaneers in the Central Florida Youth Championship. In sports, in general, every championship team seems to be required to face adversity during at least one game. Albeit it wasnt during the regular season, the Lions faced their adversity and emerged with the heart of a champion. The Lions moment came during the championship game as it found itself down 21-7 at halftime and 28-14 during the third quarter. To make matters worse, Edgewater regained possession of the ball after taking the 28-14 lead. But the game was far from over as Apopka checked off the overcoming adversity box on the checklist of items which make a champion. Duce Peterson forced a fumble and Keyshawn King recovered it. Cornelius Williams turned the fumble into points as he scored to cut the lead to 28-21 at the start of the fourth quarter and the comeback was on. Edgewaters offense was unable to earn remainder of the game while each of Apopkas possessions ended with Williams rushing to tie the game and then to take the lead for good. Williams was named MVP of the game. As the champion of the CFYFL, the Lions then took on the Sarasota Bulls for the AYFs Southeast Regional Championship (Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas and Florida). The Bulls were dispatched by a 43-0 score. Jaylen Carter was named the MVP of that game. Last season, we advanced to the championship games, but lost, Peterson said. This season, we have had one goal. We like we started last year. Finish has been the one word we have said time and time again this season. It has been the key word all season and we have lived up to it. Both units have done it with a demonstration of overfense has gained over 350 yards per game and scored 526 points. The defense has held opponents to less than 100 per game and a total of 48 points. If a law enforcement agency charges you with a crime and this paper reports is later dropped or if you are to The Apopka Chief In the period from November 19-25, the Apopka Police Department received 882 calls for assistance, responded to 12 tions and made 31 arrests. Of these arrests, 5 were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with loitering or prowling, child in violation of imposed condition and burglary unoccupied conveyance. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Dominique Parker, 18, 2055 Beardsley Dr., Apopka, loitering or prowling, possession burglary tool and/or use-with intent to use. Jarvis D. Cooper, 18, 1950 Nicole Lee Cir., Apopka, loitering or prowling, possession burglary tools and/or use-with intent to use. Riley Emmery, 22, 620 Ella J. Gilmore, Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense. Linda McKinley, 46, 620 Ella J. Gilmore, Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense. Edner Calel, 22, 215 Jordan Stuart Cir., Apopka, disorderly intoxication in public. Obed Cartagena-Cerritos, 21, 1400 Banana Rd. 71, Lakeland, fraud-possession display forged stolen drivers license. Monk Ave., Plymouth, driving with license suspended 1st ofwithout violence. Rachel Jean Rimes, 39, 1165 S. Central Ave., Apopka, trespassing-structure or conveyance, possession and or use of drug equipment. Quinetta Latrice Corbett, 28, 63 W. 10th St., Apopka, disorderly intoxication in public x 2. Thomas G. Nobile, 64, 42 W. 7th St., Apopka, battery on Apopka Lions youth football teams have another great seasonApopka Raptors send three teams to national championship tournaments Fishin should pick back up with full moonThe Apopka Raptors Mitey Mites team is participating in the 8U AAU national championship tournament this weekend in Orlando. The team opens today, Friday, November 30, with a game against a team from Maryland and follows later this afternoon with a contest against a squad from North Carolina in pool play games. Single-elimination games will be played Saturday, December 1, with the championship game Sunday, December 2, at 9 a.m. The games will be played at the Central Florida Fairgrounds, except for the championship contest, which will take place at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. The Apopka Raptors Pee Wee squad is participating in the 10U AAU national championship tournament this weekend in Orlando. The team opened pool play Thursday, November 29, past press time with a game against a team from North Carolina. Pool games will continue today, Friday, November 30, with contests against two squads from Virginia. Single-elimination games will be played Saturday, December 1, with the championship game Sunday, December 2, at 11 a.m. The games will be played at the Central Florida Fairgrounds, except for the championship contest, which will take place at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. The Apopka Raptors Varsity squad is participating in the 14U AAU national championship tournament this weekend in Orlando. The team opened pool play Thursday, November 29, past press time with a game against a team from Louisiana. Pool games will continue today, Friday, November 30, with contests against a team from the Washington, D.C. area and one from Virginia. Single-elimination games will be played Saturday, December 1, with the championship game Sunday, December 2, at 3 p.m. The games will be played at the Central Florida Fairgrounds, except for the championship contest, which will take place at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. Police Beat See POLICE Page 7B

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 7Bperson 65 years of age or older. Gary L. Rhymes, 40, 2003 tery-touch or strike. Domitil Maldonado-Saucedo, 36, 607 Herb Hudson Ct., Apopka, operating vehicle without drivers license. Luis Meraz, 20, 2453 Highland Ave., Apopka, operating vehicle without drivers license. Morgan Saffold, 24, 141 E. 15th St., Apopka, driving under Nikka Trinette Johnson, 38, 1302 Highland Ave., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 3rd or subsequent offense. Farler Perez, 25, 32 E. Nightingale St., Apopka, driving drugs, operating vehicle without drivers license. Jeremy Palmert, 24, 462 Lake Bridge Ln., Apopka, aggravated assault-with deadly weapon without intent. Andrea M. Johnson, 44, 1303 Highland Ave., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 3rd or subsequent offense. Jaime O. Medina Valle, 23, 237 W. G.H. Washington St., tion without violence. Jay Rafael Rodriguez, 22, 603 Lexington Pkwy., Apopka, battery-cause bodily harm. Kyle W. Stenulson, 18, 516 Lake Bridge Ln., Apopka, battery-touch or strike. James Lee Johnson, 30, 127 W. Chisholm St., Apopka, municipal code ordinance consumption alcohol in public. Elyadona Reyes-Hernandez, 29, 940 N. Lake Ave., Apopka, operate motor vehicle without drivers license. Tekin Aktas, 49, 1419 Long Meadow Way, Windermere, cohol or drugs. Raul Rivas, 22, 2466 Elmore Ct., Apopka, battery-touch or strike, kidnap-false imprisonment adult, obstructing justice tampering in misdemeanor. Police: More arrests listed from Apopka police Continued from page 4B $5.49$7.49 PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. 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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 8B game en route to 56-14 playoff victoryChandler Cox (10) celebrates with TT r ey Hendrickson after Hendrickson caught a touchdown pass from Jevric Blocker. Apopka head coach Rick Darlington (l) talks with wide receiver Jacob Wittrock and assistant coach Carl Kearney. TT he Apopka High varsity football cheerleaders had plenty to be happy about, as the Blue Darters whipped T T imber Cr eek, 56-14. Apopka defensive back Rakeem Smith drags down TT imber Creeks Javonte Seabury near the line of scrimmage. Quarterback Zack Darlington lunges for extra yardage during the Blue Darters 56-14 second-round playoff victory over T T imber Cr eek. Running back Jevric Blocker gained 152 yards on 15 carries and scored two touchdowns for the Blue Darters. Here, he cuts back as T T imber Cr eeks Keith White tries to tackle Blocker. Jacques Patrick, TT imber Creeks top running back, had rushed for more than 2,000 yards in 11 games prior to Apopkas 5614 playoff victory, but he netted only 48 yards against the Darters. Here, Ben Bascom (28) and Johnny Robinson tackle him.

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 9B Wekiva downs Lk. Minneola in Metro vs. Florida ChallengeNathan Powell (l) and Willie Carmichael defend a Lake Minneola player during Wekivas victory over the Hawks Saturday, November 24, in the Metro vs. Florida Challenge. Wekivas Nathan Powell drives through the lane during the game against Lake Minneola. With all eyes on the bench on him, Jared Brown drives toward the bucket. Wekiva coach Scott Williams talks to his assistant coaches on the bench. Willie Carmichael dribbles past a Lake Minneola defender during the Mustangs rst win of the season. Blue Darters topple Sarasota Riverview, now 3-0 on seasonHaleem Brown glides through the air as he drives to shoot a bucket. Deion Fields is harassed by a pair of Riverview defenders during Apopkas 74-68 overtime victory. TT y Dix res up a three-pointer for the Blue Darters Friday, November 23, in their season-opening victory. First-year head coach Matt Ruta (c) talks face-to-face with his players during a timeout in the victory over the Sarasota Riverview Rams. Apopka will play at Wekiva Wednesday, December 5.

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from our lives since far too many Christmases past. While their missing from the current Christmas scene deeply saddens us, it also makes us aware just how fortunate we are still to be alive and celebrating this Christmas season in 2012. That joyful realization and celebration of our own good fortune in still being here for another Christmas might, in fact, just inspire and galvanize some of us to go do some good old-fashioned ringing of holiday bells and shouting Merry Christmas with youthful vigor or other such wonderfully classic Christmas traditions right out of Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol. Just a little bit of some senior Scrooge attitude just might creep into these nostalgically gleeful scenes, too, as we try to adjust to our inevitable feelings of oh-my-how-Christmas-haschanged-through-the-generations since our day way back lifes journeys a few decades ago, taking us through some passages of time since those earliest childhood Christmases were remembering. I dont think were in Kansas anymore, Toto, (an oft-quoted old line which the heroine of a favorite book back in our generations youthful years exclaimed in amazement to her travel companion, a dog), might also apply to the dramatic depths of differences were seeing between our older generations nostalgically remembered 1930s, 1940s and 1950s Spirit of Christmas Past and 2012s very, very different Spirit of Christmas Present. A recent (Thanksgiving) night quick dash into Wal-Mart for a fast bag of cat food, trying to dodge around all the incredibly long and hectic lines of customers stretching through the packed store who were drawn in by a special sale on some kind of electronic gizmos, likely was a good indication of what all this current Christmas shopping rushs weeks ahead will bring. We have come such a long, long way away from the days when our generation was still kids excitedly studying every homes very worn Sears and Roebuck catalog, choosing the one and only item we would tree, most likely a toy truck or doll. Happily, while the celebration of Christmas these days differs from the ways we or more decades ago, the true spirit of Christmas and what Christmas is all about does not change. It has not in 2,000 years and never will. Joy To The World, O Little Town of Bethlehem, Silent Night, and Away In A Manger and all the other Christmas carols which todays senior generations can recall singing as teenage carolers to housebound seniors or old folks at nursing homes a halfcentury ago hopefully will still be sung at Christmas in 2050 even as shoppers pack stores (or however marketing will be done then) for that eras great sales on all those always evermore advanced technological gadgets everyone still may be wanting or giving for Christmas. And, as always, all the joys of the Christmas season always will be our annual reward for enduring all the preties and tough times all the way to beautiful December. Those aspects of Christmas will never change, or so we can hope. A very Merry Christmas to all! By Ramona Whaley Golden Chief Correspondent Children everywhere are impatiently and excitedly counting down these last tooslowly-passing-for-them days left until December 25. We in our senior generations, too, have just as much or more good reason to welcome with wide open arms the rolling around again of another Christmas season and may be celebrating this Christmas far more joyfully even than all the children impatiently anticipating and open all their hoped-for Christmas presents under their Christmas trees. That is because we have been given already the best present we possibly could hope to receive during this holiday season. It is the great gift of our still being here to celebrate another Christmas at ages 60, 70, 80, 90, or maybe even 100 or more years old. We have survived into yet one more Yule season and hopefully will have many more future Christmases still ahead of us as well! At the same time, while celebrating our own good fortune in still being a participating part of the 2012 Christmas scene, we are very painfully missing many wonderful old friends and family members who are so very noticeably not here with us for Christmas this year, some of them sadly gone Christmas celebrations differ but the true spirit does not changeGolden ChiefA FOCUS ON SENIOR CITIZENS The Apopka ChiefNovember 30, 2012, Page 10B AT HOME ON THE GO Seniors have been given the best present of all, the great gift of celebrating another Christmas. 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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 11B the guy down like that. Apopka s defense did just that, holding Patrick to just 21 ries. As a team, Timber Creek rushed for a net 48 yards. W e were prepared to give them different looks, Apopka defensive coordinator Jeff Rolson said. Our kids came out and played so well. We tackled really well. But, it was a special teams play that may have struck a dagger in Timber Creeks heart just 8:10 into the game. Apopkas Deon Lowman was one of three Blue Darters who broke through the Wolves punting unit. Lowman smothered the ball as it was being punted. The ball bounced a few yards away and Apopkas Garrett Spek easily picked it up and ran uncontested three yards into the end zone for the touchdown, giving the Blue Darters a 21-0 lead. I thought that blocked punt really swung things our way, Darlington said. It seemed to almost double the hole. When youre down 21 in too big a hole to climb out of. Meanwhile, the Blue Darters were humming on offense, not committing any turnovers, unlike last week when Apopka tory over Orlando University. Senior running back Jevric Blocker led the way offensively for Apopka, as he has done much of the season. He gained 152 yards on 15 carries, scoring twice. He also threw a nine-yard touchdown pass to tight end Trey Hendrickson for Apopkas fourth score of the game. Junior quarterback Zack Darlington, son of the head coach, also had a big game, rushing for 147 yards and two touchdowns in addition to his 96 yards and one score through the air on 6-of-8 passing. T imber Creek did have 265 yards through the air on 14of-27 passing, but the Wolves dont want to throw that many times. A running team by nature, Timber Creek rushed the ball just 21 times and three of those were sacks of quarterback Stuckey Mosley by the Apopka defense. The Wolves threatened sion of the game when Patrick completed a 39-yard halfback pass to Javonte Seabury on the ber Creek was threatening with ka 7-yard line, but the Darters Christian Pereira was just wide left. It took Apopka just six plays to travel 80 yards for the score and grab the lead they would never give up. Blocker got the score from 36 yards out as the scatback juked his way into the end zone with 7:44 left in the opening period. As he did on all eight Apopka touchdowns, senior placekicker Brett Wilson added the extra point. On the second play followley was sacked from behind by Anthony Ellis and the ball popped out with Apopka recovering on the Timber Creek 19. Blocker again did the scoring honors for the Blue Darters as, three plays later, he scampered in from nine yards out and Apopka led 14-0 with 5:49 Apopka s defense forced a three-and-out on Timber Creeks next possession and thats when Lowman blocked the punt that Spek picked up and returned for a score to give the Blue Darters a 21-0 lead ter. Already trailing by three scores, Timber Creek, on its next possession, went for it on fourth-and-1 from its own 39, but Patrick fumbled the ball, as he never had solid possession of it. When he was hit by Apopkas Billy Caughell, the ball squirted loose and Robert Thomas recovered it in midair for the Blue Darters. Only a last-second reach by Patrick tripped up Thomas and prevented him from returning the ball about 35 yards for another Apopka score. But, possession of the ball was all the Apopka offense needed, as on a third-and-goal from the Timber Creek 9-yard line, Blocker became a passer, tossing to a wide-open Henends two scoring receptions. Coach Darlington said he put that in Apopkas playbook just this week. I thought they would never expect Blocker to throw it. That gave Apopka a 28-0 lead just 2:14 into the second period. The Blue Darters continued the scoring onslaught on their next possession when Zack Darlington ran 26 yards for the score with 4:57 left in the second period. That gave Apopka a 35-0 lead they would take into the locker room at halftime. Darlington hit Hendrickson for a 30-yard touchdown the second half, as the tight end dragged a Timber Creek defender several yards into the end zone. T imber Creek got on the board on its next possession thanks to Patrick, but it was through the air, as Mosley tossed a short pass to him and the big sophomore broke a tackle and rambled 91 yards for the score. Apopka quickly answered when Darlington ran 78 yards for a score just two plays later. Daquon Isom scored the game on a one-yard run late in the third. Patrick tallied on an 11yard run early in the fourth for Apopka punted just once in the game and that was late in the contest. Seagate from Fletcher High. Fletcher athletic director Joe Reynolds said most of the parking available is at Fletcher High. Apopka and Fletcher have never played in football. They are a physical, wellcoached team. Theyve been very successful the last two years, Apopka coach Rick Darlington said. While the entire Fletcher squad gets his attention, Darlington said Smith, who has committed to play for coach Steve Spurrier at South Carolina, is an outstanding running back. Hes pretty good. I dont think South Carolina will offer somebody who isnt pretty sporty. But, its not just Smith who concerns the Apopka head coach. They are kind of multiple. They throw the ball well. Led by senior quarterback Evan Orth and wide receiver Kalib Woods, another senior, the Senators have a passing game that is underrated thanks to Smith piling up the big yards on the ground. Fletcher uses that offensive diversity to average 38 points per game, scoring at least 23 points in every game. Defensively the Senators are pretty stingy, Darlington said. They run a 4-2-5, and are coached up well and are physical. They dont give up a lot of cheap plays. Theyve got good physical linebackers and a big defensive line. Up front, Fletchers defense is led by senior Tyrone Quarterman and sophomore Izeric Sanford. Statistically the Senators have been rock solid on defense, giving up just 121 points in 12 games, including 30 when DeLand handed Fletcher its only loss of the season. But, just like Apopkas loss to Olympia, Fletchers loss to the Bulldogs cost them a district championship. Coached by Josh Corey, Fletcher has held eight of its 12 opponents to nine points or less. Other than the loss to DeLand, the closest games for the Senators were a 23-21 win over Jacksonville Sandalwood in the fourth game of the regular season and a 2421 victory over Lake Brantley in the The Patriots are the only common opponent between Apopka and Fletcher. The Blue Darters also defeated the Patriots, 15-9, but that game came 10 full weeks ahead of the BrantleyFletcher playoff match-up. Darlington said Apopkas coaching staff spent time Sunday, November 25, formulating what the Blue Darters want to do against the Senators. I think weve got a good game plan, he said. As they have been for most of the season, the Blue Darters will likely show multiple formations against the Senators, although spending most of their time in the spread offense. Apopka has also run the I-formation and single wing in most games with a little bit of double-wing offense thrown in for good measure. The Blue Darters have been on ning streak, averaging 50 points a game during that stretch. Apopka has scored at least 45 points in every game but one over those nine victories. Should the Blue Darters leave Duval County with a victory, a home cember 7, potentially against Dr. Phillips, the team that Apopka lost 35-17 to in the season opener. None of that, however, concerns Darlington and the Blue Darters because theyve got a big enough hurdle to jump over in Fletcher. W e wont talk about anything except Fletcher, Darlington said. Were not mentioning (potentially) playing DP at home in a state semiFletcher. I think theyre the best team weve played and there is a consensus of opinion (from other coaches) on that. they would not relinquish. The closest Freedom got down the stretch was six points. Holding on to leads late had been regular-season games. W e closed the game out, Ruta said. When you dont turn it over and make lay-ups, you win games. And, we hit our free throws (late). For the game, the Darters were just 14-of-21 from the free throw line, but Chealey the game to seal the victory. The teams started the game in a frenetic pace with Apopka grabbing a od. With Brown leading the way, the Blue Darters outscored Freedom 1716 in the second period to take the 3733 halftime lead. A highlight in the third period was a steal and a rim-rattling dunk by Ty Dix that tied the game at 45-45. Midway through the fourth period, the Patriots began a full-court press and, for the most part, the Blue Darters solved it, hitting lay-ups and then free throws to secure the victory. This was a big win, coach Ruta said. It was our best game. Dix added seven points for the Blue Darters, while Taylor Breck, Will Dennison, Montay Thompson, and Justin Storr chipped in two points each. Once again, Chealey was the one making the plays late for the Darters. This time, the College of Charleston-signee nailed a 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds remaining in the game to give the Darters the victory over the of the Metro vs. Florida Challenge at Wekiva High School. While the Blue Darters never went on a big scoring streak, they did have a 51-41 lead over the Kowboys when Brown hit a lay-up with 1:29 left in the third period. They kept a 57-50 lead until fourth quarter and Osceola outscored Apopka 6-1 to pull within 58-56. The Blue Darters stretched it to 64-58 on a pair of free throws by Brown with 2:02 remaining, but the Kowboys tied of the game and got possession of the ball off an Apopka turnover with 32 seconds remaining. However Apopkas defense held, W ith the game still tied, Apopka put the ball in Chealeys hands. The senior point guard dribbled the ball just nal seconds, then dribbled to his left and put up a long 3-pointer that found nothing but the bottom of the net with 1.2 seconds remaining. Osceola did get a potentially tying shot off, but it never hit the rim. After having the emotional overtime victory over Riverview the day before, Apopka was at less than its best against the Kowboys. Ruta said. Our defensive effort was sub-par. Give credit to Osceola. They worked hard. It was an emotional night last night (against Riverview). It was tough, no doubt, but we have to be tough every night. We have to be better than that. We are better than that. W ith Chealey picking up his second-straight 26-point performance, the Blue Darters also got double-digit outings from Brown, Dix and Dennison. Brown tallied 12 points, while Dix and Dennison each had 10 points. Others scoring for the Blue Darters included Storr (6), Breck and Fields, who had 2 points each. Apopka pulled down 29 rebounds, including 13 on the offensive end. Brown led the way with 10 boards for the Blue Darters. Chealey others collecting 14 more assists. OT Rams, the Blue Darters had an upand-down second half, building a 17-point lead late in the third period, only to see it disappear by the end of the fourth quarter, sending the regularseason opener into overtime. That s where the Blue Darters were able to hit some clutch free throws and get some critical stops on the defensive end of the court. As he is expected to do, Chealey made the difference late in overtime, as he nailed 4-of-4 from the freethrow line. W e controlled overtime really by hitting free throws and getting stops, Ruta said. We played a great defensive game against a very good Riverview team. Chealey led the Blue Darters with 26 points, but the Rams (1-1) stayed neck-and-neck with their hosts with Apopka leading 29-27 at halftime thanks to a last-second bucket by Chealey. After Riverviews Adnan Dedic tied the game at 29-29 in the the Blue Darters went on one of their patented runs, a 15-0 stretch over the next 3:21 of the quarter and eventually led 50-33 on Dennisons bucket with 48 seconds remaining in the third. When Dix hit a basket with 5:15 left in the fourth, the Blue Darters still held a 54-40 lead, but the Rams quickly began chipping away at Apopkas lead and when Brown gave the Darters a 56-46 lead with 3:25 remaining in the period, the Rams went on a 9-0 run over the next 67 seconds, hitting three 3-pointers, two by Austin Walker, while stopping the Darters on every possession. and-go for both teams with Apopkas Fields hitting a pair of free throws to give the Darters a 62-59 lead with just eight seconds remaining in the fourth period. However Riverviews Walker got loose off a screen and nailed a 3-pointer with two seconds left to tie the game and send it into overtime. In the extra period, Apopka controlled the action on both ends to win by six. But, they could have avoided overtime had some shots gone down during Riverviews 9-0 run late in the fourth quarter. If we would have made lay-ups in the fourth quarter when they were pressing, we would have won that game easily in regulation, Ruta said. Overall, however, Ruta was glad game as Apopkas coach. I was very pleased with the effort and character our young men displayed on Friday night, he said. Dix added 18 points and Fields pumped in 17, while Brown chipped in nine. Dennison and Thompson had two points each for the Blue Darters. Apopka had 38 rebounds, 16 offensive. Brown led Apopka with 11 board, six offensive. Chealey had seven of the Darters 12 assists. The Blue Darters will jump into District 8A-3 action next week with a game Wednesday, December 5, at hometown rival Wekiva. Apopka will host West Orange Friday, December 7, in another district contest. That games time and/or date could be changed if the Apopka High football day, Friday, November 30, at Neptune Beach Fletcher because the Blue DartDecember 7 at 7:30 p.m. Apopka played at Jones High Thursday, November 29, past press time. T imber Creek Apopka 14 19 23-48 38-377 265 105 14-27-0 7-10-0 2-2 0-0 2-10 10-95 T imber Creek 0 0 7 7 14 Apopka 21 14 21 0 56 2nd; Ap-Hendrickson 30 pass from TC-Patrick 91 pass from Mosley TC-Patrick 11 run (Pereira kick), A-2,500 Continued from page 1BApopka: Blue Darters allowed Timber Creek just 48 net yards rushingSolid: Fletcher defense has given up an average of 10 points per contestDarters: Apopka had its best game against Freedom High, coach said Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1B Apopka High School will host the 2012 Orange County Special Olympics Basketball tournament Saturday, December 8, at Joe A. Sterling Gymnasium. Competition will be played for all the Apopka High School Special Olympics basketball teams from 9 a.m.3 p.m. There will be a concession stand open during the event. Admission to the event is free of charge to any fan who would like to attend the event and support the local Orange County and Apopka High School Special Olympics basketball teams. Apopka High Special Olympics teams will host December 8 tournament will get you one years subscription to Visit www.TheApopkaChief.comCall 407-886-2777 The Apokpa Chief $ 18

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 12B Lake Minneola is a good team. They to being with because it is so unique. They dont have some traditional assets that championship teams are supposed to have, but they are very good at minimizing the impact through effectively using their strengths. And we had to deal with that style after facing Bartows style the night before. I think our effort against the Yellow Jackets affected us against the Hawks. All of that being said, the bottom line is we know we have to play a more complete and thorough game if we are going to get to where we want to, but in the end, we found a way to win. We made the plays when our back was against the wall. We didnt let them close out the game. We made baskets on the offensive end and made consecutive stops on the defense during the last three minutes of the game, Williams said. W ith 2:48 left in the game and Wekiva trailing by a 54-46 score Willie Carmichael was fouled in the paint after receiving the ball. He convertsix points he scored during the run. He scored a lay-up to cut the lead to 54-52. His other points came on two successful free throw attempts which gave Wekiva the lead for good at 5654 with 1:03 left. All six of the points were set up by Josh Filmore driving the lane and then passing the ball to Carmichael. The winning points came as a result of the Hawks missing a threecorner and after the Mustangs grabbed the offensive rebound, two quick passes got the ball to Filmore at the top of the key. The game was tied at 54-54 with 1:25 left when Ruben Monroe drained a 15-foot jump shot from the left side of the paint. And following that basket, Lake Minneolas touch suddenly left the Hawks. Lake Minneola missed a sixfoot turnaround lay-up as the ball rolled off the rim on the subsequent possession and Carmichael once again was big as he grabbed the rebound. However, Wekiva turned the ball over against Lake Minneolas pressing style. But Lake Minneolas failing touch struck again as two free throws were missed following the turnover. For the second consecutive possession, Carmichael swiped the offensive rebound. This time, it was with 21.6 seconds left in the game. Nathan Powell then drained two free throws to put the game away as they increased the lead to two possessions at 58-54. Monroe sank another free throw on the next possession to Lake Minneola failed to score on its last six possessions of the game, the two free throw attempts. What happened was our complimentary players did not play well against the quickness and toughness of Lake Minneolas guards, Williams said. We also needed to get Willie and Josh going. Part of the problem with Willie is that we didnt get the ball to him in the paint. But he also has to learn that he has to keep his motor going when that happens. It is common for young players to get frustrated when they arent getting the ball. They allow it to affect their game because they dont play with that high motor, which is Willies greatest asset. On the other hand, Ruben had a tough start to the game. He missed several shots and lost several rebounds, but stayed upbeat and encouraged the other players. Because he stayed upbeat and kept his focus, he played well down the stretch when we needed him the most. The biggest play was the 15foot jumper, because it tied the game. riety of ways of roles. He has put together two really good games. We a better job of staying in front the basketball and a better job of rotating. We started doing it and we scored the last 13 points of the game. Powell scored 17 points. Carmichael and Filmore complemented him with 14 and 11 points, respectively. on a 22-of-54 effort. However, that includes a one-for-seven from beyond centage was 44.7 percent. Lake Minneola shot 33 percent yond the arc. Both teams shot about the same from the free throw line, but it was the Mustangs, in this game, who drew more fouls and, thus, another key difference in the outcome. The Mustangs shot 14-of-23 from the charity stripe. The Hawks sank 8-of-15 attempts. The Mustangs also totaled more rebounds 29-19. At the end of the day, we had something to learn from, some good about us and some bad about us, Williams said. That is the point of holding the challenge for us in terms of our development. The season is a process and it began this weekend. We understand part of the struggle is the way we practice. The nature of a game situation is much more strenuous than our practices have been. W illiams said after Mondays practice, the intensity was much higher and closer to a game situation. He felt his team understanding the intensity of practice needing to change bodes well for Wekiva as the season progresses. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff For its organizers, the annual Winter Park Rotary Tip-Off Classic boys basketball tournament couldnt have begun any better. However, for the Wekiva Mustangs, a demanding schedule continued with defending Class 2A state champion Orlando Christian Prep. And in a possessionfor-possession game, Wekiva continuously struck hammer blows with each one to the heart of OCPs strength, only to fall by the narrowest of margins in overtime, 41-40. But in a game in which the lead was more than four points for only about 2:30, it took only one blow to the heart of one of the teams strength to decisively change the fortunes of both and it was the Warriors who delivered it. Wekiva grinded and physically surged its way to a 37-34 lead and appeared to be only three seconds away from victory. OCPs Justice Montgomery, appearing to be those three seconds away from defeat, inbounded the ball under Wekivas basket to Adonys Henriquez, who was in the left corner. Two Wekiva defenders immediately charged him with their hands raised, seeming to obstruct his ability to see the basket clearly. To create enough space to take the shot, Henriquez jumped backwards and off his back foot, and falling out of bounds, he sank it without touching the rim as the buzzer went off. When a game is decided by one point, almost every possession matters and is critical towards the outcome, Mustangs coach Scott Williams said. Henriquez made a ridiculously hard shot to send the game into overtime. In a game in which the outcome is one point, there are a lot of tough calls the refs have to make. Every tough call they made, we didnt do the little things before they happened, which would have avoided the situation in bound of regulation. We failed to do the little things only a few times. But they failed to do them even less. If we are a little bit smarter throughout the course of the game, those tough calls probably dont happen, including the rebound. Unless a team doesnt turn the ball over and shoots 100 percent, there is no such thing as not having room to play smarter. A championship team believes it is responsible and accountable for controlling its own destiny. It doesnt wait to make its own breaks. The reason we are here is to get better. Tonight, we got some lessons. Remember, they win close games because they are a really good team, too, and dont fail to do the little things often. They are used to winning close games. OCP gained possession of the goal attempt and the referees ruled a jump ball had occurred. Several players had a hand on the ball. But, it appeared Wekivas Willie Carmichael had grabbed the rebound and was fouled or at least an argument could be made for it. On the two previous possessions, Wekivas Nathan Powell and Jared Brown missed free throws. If either one had been converted, the lead would have been four points and with OCP needing to score twice in less than 10 seconds, the game would have been over. In overtime, both teams failed sessions. Carmichael fouled out on a hand push as he tried to create space W ith 2:30 left, Henriquez scored a lay-up to cap a fast break, which began when Wekivas Josh Filmore missed a trey and OCP grabbed the rebound. The Mustangs cut the lead to 3938 on a free throw by Ruben Monroe with 1:52 left in the overtime. Both teams failed to score on their next three possessions and Powell fouled out when he also committed an offensive charge. OCPs Brandon Miller missed two free throws with just over a minute left in the game which would have extended the lead to three points. Finally with 10.2 seconds left in the game, Montgomery drained two free throws to up the lead to 41-38. Monroe scored on a lay up with 2.8 seconds remaining to account The Mustangs called a timeout, but the Warriors were able to pass the ball inbounds and ran out the clock. The player who received the ball on the pass found a hole along the right sideline and by the time the defense got to him, the remaining two seconds ran off the clock. the game but held only a 10-8 lead afgoals gave Wekiva 11-10 and 14-12 leads. It sparked the team to taking the second quarter by a 12-5 score. Wekivas lead was 20-15 at halftime. The third quarter ended with Wekiva holding a 27-23 lead. OCP never led in regulation after Filmores second trey of the second quarter. But Wekivas was never able to increase the lead by more than seven and it was quickly cut back to two as Henriquez nailed a trey and 15-foot jumper. All but one of the shots Henriquez took, we were draped all over him, Williams said. That is a credit to him to not only do that but to do it as the standout of his team. It is also to the Warriors credit they won tonight in a close intense game by making the plays and doing the little things down the stretch. We talked about playing better after the Metro Conference vs. Florida tournament. We did tonight and right now on November 26, we are a championship level team. But if we are as good as we are going to get right now, we are going to be in trouble. we are tomorrow night. We are facing adversity and whoever we play is a will be looking to redeem themselves. But we are proud of the team. It represented the school and the community well. For six years, we have been trying to get into this tournament. We proved we belong. W ith the loss, Wekiva fell into the consolation bracket and took on Oak Ridge Thursday, November 29, past press time in the second round. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff If you follow the area high school basketball scene, Josh Filmore is a name you know. the Wekiva High campus, much had been said about him. But known as a young man of few words, it is his play on the court and the words of others that have done the talking. The Wekiva senior point guard continues to be the face of the program and with that status, gets better as its leader as well as standout player. W ith that backdrop, Southeastern Louisiana University wanted Filmore and he obliged, signing his letter of intent earlier this month to play for that program. Filmore was among the top 100 players in Florida at his position when he began his high school career. He began his sophomore season as the sixth man on the Wekiva boys basketball team, but was promoted to the starting lineup on a team which was ranked in the areas top-10 halfway through that season two years ago. He now begins his senior season as the 32nd-ranked player in Florida and 14th at the guard position. Last season as a junior, he set school records for most points (410) a single season, most points in a single game (36 points against Mount Dora) game (six-against both Lakeland and Jones). Filmore also converted four game-tying or game-winning shots. He averaged 14.6 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game. When I went to the (Southeastern Louisiana) campus with my family, we found all the things which made liked the area and the basketball proIm at my best. Also, my mom liked the school. The coaches were so interested in me they came to my house twice and spoke to both of us. She was genuinely impressed with the desire to sign me being that high. Everyone wants to be wanted like that. As a coach, it is gratifying to be a part of the life of a young man who understands the big picture, Wekiva coach Scott Williams said. He has put in the work it takes to be successful in all three areas of life. He is not only an excellent ballplayer, but he is a remarkable student. The teachers have a lot of respect for him and what he does in the classroom. He represents his fathers memory the right way, with integrity and stability in having it. A lot of student athletes dont have that completeness of all three parts of their life. In due time, most get there. But when they are teenagers, it is still something they are learning. That is part of the joy of coaching him and because of it. He is low-maintenance. We dont have to spend time worrying about whether Josh gets the off-the-court stuff or is going to get in the way of himself. For someone who is so important to us and the program, he is not only down-to-earth, but he loves his teammates. Nicknamed the Lions, Southeastern Louisiana is an NCAA Division I (FBS in football) and Southland Conference member. The athletic department consists of 13 programs. Coached by Jim Yarbrough, its basketball team compiled a 12-17 and 5-11 conference record for the 201112 season. The conferences championship tournament consists of eight ished tied for ninth place, one game behind eighth. sons below-par performance was largely due to the injury bug, including its standout, all-conference guard Brandon Fortenberry. The Lions dropped four games in league play by two points or less while posting single-digit losses in non-conference games at Arkansas and Texas Tech. However the other seven of Yarbroughs Southeastern Louisiana teams have earned berths in the conference championship tournament. He was named Southeastern Louisianas year stint at Valdosta State, guiding that program to the NCAA Division-II championship tournament four times. His emphasis on a tough, pressure defense has been the centerpiece of his teams success. It should matter that a head coach is involved in the recruiting of a player, Williams said. But it is especially important when the player is a point guard. The coach decides what kind of offense the point guard will be running and he is entrusting it to the point guard. He also decides how the point guard will be playing. A coach who is willing to invest time with the point guard, believes the point guard can run his offense. The fact Josh is almuch about where Yarbroughs trust is. In addition, Yarbrough does things the right way. I have known him since he was an assistant at the College of Charleston. I got to know him because he recruited a Mt. Dora player of mine. I came to know a man I had respect for because of the way cause he is of the same mold. Josh believes in doing things the right way. He doesnt take shortcuts or the easy way because he can. That is also true of Willie Anderson. He wanted Josh to play for him for the same reason, as well as the demand for his players to play hard and together. Anderson is Filmores AAU coach. Williams stressed that he would have been much more cautious about those words coming from another coach. Filmore is considering a career related to psychology as he has had an interest in it for a long time. The counselors were also hands on with the students, which was important to me, Filmore said. It is important to me to earn my degree. So, I believe it is important to have that relationship with those who are involved with my academics as well as basketball. Both are equally important to me. I also want to be known that way around Wekiva. But the goal for the team this year is the district championship. What I have tried to set an example of is the foundation for that kind of success. So that is also important to me. When I leave next spring, I would be very happy if I am known as a hard worker and for my dedication. I have had to battle through some adversity, too, and for that to be a part of what I leave behind as well.Mustangs fall in overtime to powerful Orlando Christian PrepWekiva point guard Josh Filmore signs with Southeastern Louisiana Flanked by Wekiva teammates Marc Ingram (l) and JeQuan Henry dribbles down the court during the Mustangs win over Lake Minneola.Wekiva: Nathan Powell led Mustangs with 17 points against Lake Minneola See WEKIVA Page 13B Continued from page 1B

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 13B Opening its season against Barnitely falls into the sink-or-swim category, as the players didnt have the option of easing into the objective of taking on the challenge of facing one traditional power after another. One of those teams that never seems to have to rebuild as it always reloads, Bartow Perry (Sourcehoops.com No. 12 player rankings for seniors) and Derrick Brooks (No. 36 for juniors). The Mustangs countered with Filmore (No. 32 among seniors) and Carmichael (No. 56 among juniors), but the difference was the usual trait among tradition-rich, championship programs of being able to answer opponents and understanding what to do to close out a game. points of the game. Throughout the game, Bartow, one way or another, answered every Wekiva point. What with 1:33 left in the game as Quinton Childs answered what turned out to be Wekivas last bullet with a trey from the left wing. Basically the game from our viewpoint was all about breakdowns, Williams said. We didnt have a lot, but enough for Bartow to answer what we did. That trey was huge because was our best opportunity to get a run the beginning of the game. We didnt cover the high post immediately like we were supposed to and it allowed them to rotate the ball to their wing, who was left open and Childs buried it. We also got somewhat blindsided because we didnt have a scouting report on Childs. He was playing footgame. He was huge for them throughThroughout the course of the game, they were just a little bit better than us in every area. Bartow s Ricky Williams scored and then a trey. The Mustangs played great defense to hold the explosive However, Wekivas offense got off to a slow start as it took until 3:12 was points, a lay-up by Powell. In a game in which the biggest lead was nine and that came midway through the fourth quarter, as well as that was the difference as Wekiva, on several occasions, cut the lead to two, but could never surge ahead. When a game takes the course and storyline that this one did, it is because the eventual winner is just a little bit better than the other throughout its course, Williams said. Of course, we expected to have to deal with a team that was capable of playing a game in its entirety which was a little bit better than what we did. Up until that point of the Challenge, we played the class of it. It was by design and it goes back to playing a schedule loaded with powers like Bartow to prepare us for the postseason. Bartow led by a 15-13 score afat halftime and then 51-46 after three quarters. Josh Filmore drained a threeafter the Mustangs snagged an offensive rebound and then kicked the ball back to the perimeter. It cut the lead to 53-51 with 4:55 left. But Yellow Jackets forward Karlos Odum drew three fouls and converted four of six free throws. In between, Williams knocked down another trey. The seven-point run upped the lead to 60-51 with 3:02 left in the game. start the game were huge, Bartow coach Terrance McGriff said. No team wants to give an opponent any momentum or energy at the start of a game. It doesnt want to have to climb an uphill battle from the start. But it is even more so when the opponent is the home team. Playing at home makes the momentum and energy even more intense. We talked about it and it was a focus. We got the lead and Wekiva was the team which had to climb uphill. They like to play pressure defense. That is their style in general, but tonight they had to do it because they were behind. We handled it. W e made the passes which break presses and get us good shots. Everybody scored which comes from getting those shots. And the way teams effectively handle the kind of presses the Mustangs throw at opponents is by a variety of players scoring. Statistically, the difference was not turning the ball over and being aggressive on the offensive rebounds. We were very team. They will make a playoff run, so to beat them is encouraging to us. Also, coach Williams and the administrators do an outstanding job with this event. We are very honored to be a part of it and to play in it. After the 7-0 run by Bartow, to cut the lead to 60-56 with 1:46 left in the game. Whenever we were one possession away from squeezing them, they had an answer, Williams said. In had the answer. Good championshiptype teams always have an answer. They did. We want to be that good team in that position. Our combination of poor shooting, which comes from poor shot selection, kept us from getting into our rhythm. The goal is to isnt going to happen when we are out of our rhythm. However everybody wins when they are shooting well. The measure of a good team is it still wins when it is not shooting well. We have to be more effective, but again, that is why we play championship-caliber teams from the beginning of the season. Playing teams like the Yellow Jackets is an opportunity to get better and learn from mistakes. Filmore and Childs were the games leading scorer with 14 points apiece. The strength of Bartows inside game was also apparent in the free throws. Although Bartow shot only 45 percent from the charity strip, it went to the line 20 times compared to six for Wekiva. The difference of 14 attempts resulted in an advantage of nine to four in points scored from the free throw line.Wekiva: Bartow had 7-0 run in the fourth period to secure the victory Continued from page 12B Tickets are now on sale for the FHSAA Football Finals as the playoffs are under way with seven local schools, including the Apopka Blue Darters, still alive for shot at the state title. 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record of over $2000. Errol Estates Golf Cart Apopka Elementary Errol Estate is having a Golf Cart Christmas Parade to tion. RSVP to Errol Estate Golf Students of the Week Gabriel Antoine and Adrianna Thanks to Apopka Elks Lodge conversation. Page 1C, November 30, 2012Section CChief Junior.............................1C-6C Public Notices..................................7C 16C The Apopka Chief Check out Chief Junior News about your childs school Students moving full speed ahead in class learning goals See JUNIOR Page 2C Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Eric J. Sochocki Upcoming events November to school fast December Parade Science Center in A letter from the principal her time and dedication to both of these events. She has devoted ganizing to see these activities arrival and dismissal times and and on their academic achieveenter this area. It is not a safe have to start closing the gates we are getting faster at this. It Sandra Pipkin Congratulations to all of Mrs. Crains class who are our boxtop champions class alone raised more than rest of the school to total more Mrs. Crains class (above) are the boxtop champions! They brought in 1,357 box tops and raised more than $135. Combined with the rest of the school that makes $1,100 raised for Apopka Elementary. RR ub y Johnson (left) is the Apopka Elementary faculty member of the month. She is the reading coach and provides continual assistance to the other teachers. Apopka Elementary Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Shannon Blake Kindergarten ber frames. First grade charts. Second grade ond graders have learned how to describe the setting of stodescribe how characters in stoAmericans and Pilgrims and Third grade are also learning how to recties in class as well as lab time test. seven continents and the oceans to write sentences containing swers the who and the what. We ters and end with the correct Fourth grade ing to determine the meaning writing. Writing stories have graders. We learned how to Fifth grade and force and motion and have fractions and having a blast doing so. Collections have also Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Noel Gilbert Upcoming Events PE4KIDS been learning line dances in Kindergarten words. We are also learning that a great deal of information can Pictured top, Felix Gonzalez, UU S Marine Corp veteran and head custodian at Clay Springs explained Veterans Day to kindergarten students. Pictured bottom left,Principal, NN ancy Schroeder, (l), presents Loaves and Fishes with a check for $767.71 and four car loads of food items that were collected during Clay Springs annual Cans and Change event. Pictured right, Principal, NN ancy Schroeder, (l), congratulates Teacher of the Year, NN ancy Hecht.   Mrs. Hecht is the schools media specialist. Clay Springs First grade on ocean animals when we reSecond grade Third grade and voted on-line for the Presi

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 2C See JUNIOR Page 3CJunior: Teachers help students celebrate success in class Continued from page 1C ings and how farm life and be more giving and what we Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Jennifer Earnest   got to see an amazing dance Mrs. Kurimai (above), a Piedmont Lakes Middle School teacher shares some of her animal friends with Lakeville Elementary students. Ledarian Fox and Braxton Mosley (left, l-r), two of Mrs. Armels third graders at Lakeville, enjoyed the OO rlando Philharmonic OO rchestra concert. Lakeville Elementary Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Kimberly Hankerson Upcoming Events cellence. Reading Roundup! of these classes have tested all Math Madness! the   Mathvembe r Celebration   School-Wide Writing classes. We are differentiating er on writing strategies across The Scoop on Science ond and third grades have been created models for the water learn science. All that is needed is a willingness to observe and Media Matters: Whats happening in the Media Center Going Digital with Online Research Classes have been coming to the Media Center to research the holdings of the Media CenMedia Center support for Accelerated Reader have a card with their AR logParent Portal Parents are also invited to meetings. Celebration Station and Veronica Rogers for being elected SAC President for the lems. giving. Children are writing Fourth grade   Arts. Fifth grade tial candidate of their choice. ence for all. al food drive and are collectciated. Pre-K VE Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Myra Dawson Mark Your Calendars Kindergarten Students and teachers (above photo) dressed as their favorite storybook characters and participated in a character parade at the Clarcona Elementary Literacy NN ight on Thursday, NN ovemenber 8. Ms. Treat (left photo, l-r) was named Support Person of the Year at Clarcona Elementary and Ms. Kohmetscher was named the Teacher of the Year. Ms. Treat is a media clerk and Ms. Kohmetscher teaches kindergarten. Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Gail Kohmetscher Clarcona Elementary In the Envision math seied the different forms of matter First grade talented animals. We want to tra treat to have the actors greet mance. were treated to a water demon

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A team from RR ock Springs Elementary (top photo) participated in the Autistic Walk fundraiser at Cranes RR oost in Altamonte Springs. Jamie Faller (bottom left photo, l-r) from Mrs. Kreshs class poses with Glenda the good witch from The Wizard of OO z. Emma Walsh (bottom right photo, l-r) and Elizabeth Throop from Mrs. Kreshs class are shown getting Dorothys (of Wizard of O O z) autograph. Cynthia Laur at Lovell Elementary began a garden and students (top photo) have been very active in the whole process. A student (bottom left) participated in the family marshmallow challenge with only marshmallows, spaghetti noodles, string and masking tape. A teacher participates in the Humphrey Kick-off party to encourage students to read. The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 3CJunior: See JUNIOR Page 4C Continued from page 2C will get you one years subscription to Visit www.TheApopkaChief.comto subscribe online or Call 407-886-2777The Apokpa ChiefSubmitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Janet Kay Buchan Specials   at home and in martial arts   to Kindergarten of giving with a donation of ers visit and share information Third grade grade right now. We are getting on the regions of America and Fourth grade went to the Maitland Art Center this month. We had a great time honored that these men and at home. them. Please review basic ad main idea and details of a stoeach night. Third grade in reading while choosing Accelerated Reader stories and meeting grade-level challeng ing this information in a varident minds in math. Investigatinformation in the most mean Fourth grade the coming months.   W e had a       ing to become better critical         Fifth grade Rock Springs Lovell Elementary ing forward to a well-deserved ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) Team istration. We raised a total of First grade First grade has been widhaving a great time with it. In over time. We even made time Second grade Active learning is a large the stories we read. We saw lots Moon we wanted to learn more from the Avian Reconditioning come and share real artifacts Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Chrishonda Thomas their favorite character from a The World According to Humphrey Fifth grade

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 4CJunior: See JUNIOR Page 5C Continued from page 3CSubmitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Robert Ross Volleyball season is here! ed against Robinswood Middle.   AMMS Chorus and Band band are having two amazing winter concerts not to be ( OO ctober 18th was Pinking OO ut, celebrated by the AMMS Staff and students in support of Breast Cancer Awareness, in the top photo. Pictured middle left, FFA and II nteract Students participated in Campus CleanU U p Day on Saturday, OO ctober 27th. Pictured middle right, students shared their appreciation for teachers and staff by writing down on pieces of paper what they were thankful for. Pictured bottom left, Marc Mero, former professional wrestler, came and spoke to our students on OO ct. 30th about setting goals and being drug and violence free as part of our celebration of RR ed RR ibbon Week.   The AMMS girls volleyball team, pictured bottom right, played against Lakeview Middle on N N ovember 7. Their goal is to make it to the playoffs and win. Apopka Memorial Middle School Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Natalia Troesch     families here at the school.   W e to share in their lives each and           Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent John D. Gates was named to the all-state band the band in all three grades and ated and can be donated at the Anderson was the recent re and eighth graders to the UCF homecoming football game. the traditional halftime home Florida Association of Media in Piedmont Lakes Middle School recently captured four awards at the FAME Jim Harbin Student Media Festival in OO rlando. Pictured, (l-r) are Jacob Gettel, Malik Hancock, Jordan Story and Katie Whitlow. The four submitted their videos last year as PLMS 8th-graders and are now students at area high schools. PLMS FAME awards Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Brandon Hardig ments mean for them and their ward. Christian School. Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Carol Krause Foundation Grant Winners will be having in her seventh vember.   writing.   All three of these grants Wolf Lake Singers here at school and in the comonstration choir for the Choral with the directors of these   The Wolf Lake Singers, pictured top, will participate in the 2012 Middle School Choral RR e sidency. Band students of the month, pictured middle, are, (l-r), Elizabeth Kennedy, Joesffrey Cevallos, NN oah Barrios, Malina Savill, David Sandoval and Melody Jimenez. Pictured bottom, are art students of the month, (l-r), Jenna Hernandez, RR y an Avery, Skyler Poole, Mina Pau, Jennifer Matias and Demonte Cherry.   WLMS arts

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 5C Continued from page 4CJunior: Math Students Honored at Wolf Lake Middle School math classes. Social Studies Salutes Students at Wolf Lake Middle each grade level have nominat Band Students of the Month at Wolf Lake Middle School Cannon honored the followband class. Readers and Writers of the Month dent of the Month awards. Each eigth grade Readers of the   were honored.   In eighth grade W e also wish to congratgrader who was honored was Art Students of the Month W e have some talented Math students, pictured top, are, (front row, l-r), A.J.Ellison, Desmond Drake, Abigail Terrell, Melody Paulino, (middle row, l-r), Jamia Wideman, Matthew Kennedy, Brianna Meehan, Dezur Hamilton, Angelique Tacuba, (back row, l-r), Keana RR ivera, NN ickolas Trevino, Jahvah Jimenez, Alejandro De La Paz, Stevi Albaugh, Sumin   Shim, and Julia UU ribe. NN ot pictured are Gregory Baker, NN athan Graham, Gariella Martinez, Kristopher Powell, Crystal Lee, Leeann Sasser, and Maria John. Social studies students pictured second are, (front row, l-r), Jonathan Earle, Megan Samuel, Spencer Hancock, NN icholas Buxton, Ashton Merbach, Brianna Aikins, (middle row, l-r), Townsend, Xenia Moya, Mini Pau, Chloe Daoust, Justin Amatucci, Alan Serrano, (back row, l-r), RR odne y Lubin, Emily Lasley, Tiana Dimarco, Ava OO rano, Emma Treadwell and Brittany Shepherd. NN ot pictured are Jonathan Serrano and Colton Eillis. Writers of the month pictured third are, (front row, l-r), Cassidy Proctor, Chloe Daoust, Ashton Merbach, (back row,l-r), Madison Brown, Emily Cranston, RR eanna RR oche ster, Ana Kewley, Peyton Buckely. NN ot pictured are   Colton Faircloth and Carson Broadwater. RR eader s of the month pictured bottom are (front row, l-r), Joscelyn Ziccardo, Jeff Ford, (back row, l-r), RR icara Lewis, Tiffani Williams and RR odw ell Munoz; not pictured are Mickey Howell, Jiwon Chang, Ashley Ewing and Alyssa Tickle. WLMS achievers Students Read to Kindergarteners garten classes loved the stories Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Sarah McLeod News from the Nest at Apopka High School November is Migrant Awareness Month that assists children of migrant migrant child is one who is or meeting). Make a difference in your community Items needed are mashed tional standards and become reAttention seniors da. Yearbooks Guidance counselor issues? ance Corner starting on MonFlorida Virtual School College and Career Room College visit information tend the sessions. a.m. ACT test dates coming up Registration deadline is registration. Register online at www. Financial aid with Catherine Cisneros. She cial aid. Catherine is available after school. SAT test dates coming up Registration deadline is date is March 9. Registration Register online at www. collegeboard.org. Student Success Center: room 608 toring is before school MonCaf located in the cafeteria. Divine Darter Diamonds Step Team Submitted by Chief Jr. correspondent Angela Clayton Speech and Debate     scores. Varsity letterman jackets available online now design and order letter        National Hispanic Recognition Program Recognition designated as Scholars. Geovani Colberg has been selectWekiva Choral Program tral Florida area are chosen as been selected to sing in the Allensemble. in Wollitz have also been acSee JUNIOR Page 6C

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The Apopka Chief, November 30, 2012, Page 6C Wekiva Marching Band dent ever selected for the AllContinued from page 5CJunior: Drama Departments Fall Play FFA Forestry Career Development Event across the state. FFA members in Florida forests with both the stand and demonstrate the corWekiva Football Alumni Collegiate Allstar, Pro potential has received an invitation to achievement to even be selectCollege Signings Kindergarten As we enter the secand girls have been learning to engaging in activities related First grade goods for the food drive. late addition facts to ten and Second grade Third grade to reach their AR goals. In the Fourth grade bringing in the most sodas for er contest that is ongoing here Fifth grade are headed to the ballet this in need. the children on their toes and school. The Apopka Chief Comprehensive Local Elementary & Middle School School Sports Youth Sports Quality Photos Your voice in the community for 90 years.Subscribe Today Online atwww.theapopkachief.com If this is a gift subscription, please put YOUR name, address and phone number here.Clip This Coupon and Mail To: The Apopka ChiefSign me up for 52 News-Packed Editions of The Apopka ChiefMail paper to:_______________________________________________________ Address_____________________________________________________________ City_______________________ ZIP___________Phone_____________________Name_____________________________________________________________ Address__________________________City_______________Zip___________ Orange County $18 CARDS CARDS Yes! Now Online Now Online Now Online Anniversary | Engagement | Wedding | Birth Anniversary | Engagement | Wedding | Birth Anniversary | Engagement | Wedding | Birth CARDS CARDS

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r fntbn tbb fff r fr ffrr r r r frr f rf f ntb t ttb f b bbtr r r tb tb r r r t t fr n t t rr r rr r nr fbtrrr tntr r rbb ff ff r tbbt f t rntbn b r fntbt bt n f ffr r rr f rf n ntn b t f ntb t f ntb t t t f r r r bb rr n rt t b t b t nb fr nn b bb rr r rr r tr fbrrr btbr r r ff ff rbbbb tf b rtbt r fntbt bb n f ffr r frr f rf n f ntb bt f b br r r b b r r rn n tbn nn b ntn fr nb t nttbn rr r rr r t r fbrr r btbr r r ff ff rttbtt tttt f b rtbt r fntbt bb n f ffr r rr f rf n ntb ntb tnb b ntb ntb f b r r r bb rr r b b t b f rr r rr r tr fbrrr btbr r r ff ff rnb nb f b rtbt r fntbt bb n f ffr r rr f rf n ff ntbb n f f ntbb n f t tr r r b b r r n r nb b b nb nfn rr r rr r tr fbrrr btbr r r ff ff rtbbbb tbb f b rtbt r fntbt b n f ffr r ffrr f rf n ntr b rbb rt ntr b rbb rt t f ttr r r bb rr b r bn b n tbn bfb rr r rr r tr fbrrr btbr r r ff ff rnnnn f b rtbt r fntbt b n f ffr r ffrr f rf n ntbb b n b n f ttr r r bb rr n tn rn b n bn f rr r r r r tr fbrrr btbr r r ff ff rn f b rtbt b r fntbt b n f ffr r ffrr f rf n f ntb t t t f bbr r r bb rr nt t rt b t nt f rr r rr r t r fbrr r btbr r r ff ff rbt b f b rtbt t r fntbt bb nb f ffr r f frr f rf n ff ntb bnt f tt ttr r r b b r r rbtt btt b bntb b btb f rr r rr r tr fbrrr btbr r r ff ff rtnt tttb f b rtbt rf ntb b r rf nf f f n n rfntb ttf ffff f ntbt rffr ttf fftt frtr tfrff ffftt ffft fttntb fft ntbfff fft ttbt fffttt tftrfrtt tbrt tb ff f ff fn tttntbf btt ft ftf frftftf tfttt bft tfft fr t btf n tf tff ttt f fft ft ftrfb ntt ttf ftt f ftbf f bfrf t tf tf ff f tttf t ffn frttf n tnf f r ff ntbn tbbtt f f rf b n rfrnrtbrfr ttt fr frnrftrff frtnrrtrtt rrfbrrnt rrfftn rfrbrfrtr tftrbr trtrf tfr rrtr br tfnr fbtbr rtfrfbrrnt rtffrbfr frtr tnrbfrnfrf r f bn rffr trftrftt rrfbrrnt rrfftn rfrbrfrtr tftrbr trtrf tffn rrtr br tfn rfbt brnrrrt rfrntfrfrr nrtnrntrtf rt t n rfrfbf rrf rr t ntbn b r fntbt b n f ffr r ffrr f rf n f ntb f r r r b b r r r b f rr r rr r tr fbrrr btbr r r ff ff rn f b rtbt r ff ntbn tbt ntt f f f r f f r r r fr r r b n rfnftbftfn r n tnbrrnfnrn ntbfftt rnrbtt nrtfrnbr fnrnrr ttfrnf rtrfn tnt r ftt tttnbfr nfttrrtfrt nrtfnrbt tftrnrnrfnr rntfrr tbfntbnrnrt t bbb r rtrrnn frfrnfnt t rnrbt t nrtfrnb r fnrn rr ttfrn f rtrfn tn rntb r ftt tttn bf rnfttrr tf rtbt nbtfrrnn t bbbtrt rn ttr r tfbr nrtntrn n tfrt t ntbn b r f ntbb b rrrn nnnfr rrr nnn nn nn nnn nnn n nnn nnn n n rf nnn nnn n nnn nnn n n rnt b rr nnn nnn n nnn nnn n n b bn b ntnb b r n brb n rf rtt tt t ntn t t b bn b trr nb t bb b b r rf frb ff rrt t bb r ff ntb n t bn bbnt rf rf ntbf ff f f f nn nn ff nrn nr n nn f r r r r r n fff rn tfn r rr n fr t n r b tb rb bn f bbn bbb rfnt bb rb r br brt t frfb tn btbn r n r rbn btt t bt r rfntb r bnbrb r fnfnfn f ffnn ff ffnnfn fnfn f ffnnf f ffnn fnf f ffnn fnf ffnnf tr ntbfn tbr rfntb n n rfnfnntbt ffn fbn tn n nt nfnf r ff ntb r n t rbn bbnt r f rfntbbrb ntbrr ffr fr rf ffrb f rb rrb f rb rrb rr b rr n nn f r rrr fb nfr f b r n f t ntb btb bt r bbn bbb

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