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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Creation Date:
March 21, 2013

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Material Information

Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Creation Date:
March 21, 2013

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
alephbibnum - 000366625
lccn - sn 95047182
System ID:
UF00028304:01042

Related Items

Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Plant sale, garden fair set for Saturday


Spring brings annual Master Gardeners event


From staff reports
Wednesday marked the
first day of spring and with
the new season comes
thoughts of blooms and
buds. It's a time of year that
leaves those with and
those hoping to have -
green thumbs pondering
ways to bring spring closer
to home.
Those looking to grab
a little greenery for their
home, yard or garden, or
just learn more about-the
plants they already have,
are invited to. stop by an


annual event set for Satur-
day in Marianna.
The 7th annual Jackson
County Master Gardeners
Plant Sale & Garden Fair
kicks off at 7 a.m. on the
grounds of the Jackson
County Extension Service
and won't wrap up until
around 2 p.m.
To enhance your yard,
the usual array of pot-
ted landscape and border
plants will be available,
with lots of locally viable
edibles as well.
Look for citrus and olive
trees, blueberry bushes,


shiitake and oyster mush-
rooms, along with tomato,
eggplant, pepper and can-
taloupe plants and an as-
sortment of herbs.
Master Gardeners, al-
ways looking for ways to
educate the public about
gardening and gardening-
related topics, have a vari-
ety of products and activi-
ties planned'for this year's
event.
Tour the raised beds
and learn about square-
foot gardening. Visit the
See PLANTS, Page 5A


Howard Andrews and Alecia
Home unload a trailer full
of trees behind the offices
of the Jackson County
Extension Service Tuesday
in Marianna. The two were
getting ready for the 7th
annual Jackson County
Master Gardeners Plant
Sale & Garden Fair, which
kicks off at 7 a.m. on
Saturday.


A SUNNY, SCARY SIGN OF SPRING


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN

Since he couldn't make it to the beach for the first day of spring, this Malone alligator found a comfortable log off of Highway 2 and
settled in for a morning of sunbathing. With highs forecast to be in the low 60s, the weather will be a bit cool for this sort of thing today
and Friday, but on Saturday, temperatures will reach the low 70s before climbing into the low 80s on Sunday. Nighttime temperatures
are expected to be in the high 30s/low 40s, except for Saturday, when a low in the mid-50s is forecast.


Appointments


are set for water


management board
Al await and former chairman for Oppor-
Alter, others awaiaL tunity Florida. He received his
confirmation .a associate degree


BYANGIE COOK
acook@jcfloridan.com
The office of Gov. Rick Scott re-
cently announced the appoint-
ment of Gary Clark and the reap-
pointment of Jerome "Jerry" Pate
to the Northwest Florida Water
Management District Governing
Board.
Clark, 45, of Chipley, is vice
president of West Florida Elec-
tric Cooperative Association Inc.,
a member of the Washington
County Chamber of Commerce


f rom Cipoia col-
lege. He succeeds
Joyce Estes.
Pate, 54,. of
Pensacola, is the
owner of Jerry Pate
Turf and Irriga-
Clark tion, a member of
the Gulf Course
Superintendents Association of
America Foundation and the En-
vironmental Institute of Golf. He
received his bachelor's degree
from the University of Alabama.
See WATER, Page 5A


Bruises, marks prompt call to cops

Mom, boyfriend arrested on child neglect, abuse charges


From staff reports
An investigation by the Jack-
son County Sheriff's Office into
a case of suspected child abuse
led to the arrest of a Grand Ridge
mom and her live-in boyfriend,
this week.
On Tuesday, law enforcement
arrived at the Jackson County
Early Childhood Center on
Kelson Avenue in Marianna,
responding to a report of sus-
pected abuse.
On the scene, investigators
observed a 2-year-old child
who, according to a JCSO press
release, had positive signs of
physical abuse.
Court records indicate that,
while observing the child at the
Center, investigators saw sev-
eral welts, bruises and marks on
the child's body.


According to the affidavit, friend, Jason Schofield. School
school officials told investiga- officials noted that bruises and
tors that a large, marks started when ScAofield
red mark, ."the began living with them.
size of a silver dol- JCSO reports that their inves-
lar," which they tigation revealed the alleged
saw on the child's abuse had been going on for
head when he ar- several months. A medical ex-
rived at school amination was conducted and
Ingram that morning, was it was confirmed that abuse had
not there when he occurred.
left school the day The investigation resulted in
before, the arrest of the Ingram, 26, and
"When his her live-in boyfriend, Schofield,
teacher asked him 27, of Grand Ridge.
". what happened," JCSO says that, for failure to
', it says in the court report the abuse, Ingram was
Schofield filing, "he told charged with neglect of a child;
Schofeld her not to tell his for his actions, Schofield was
mom he told." charged with aggravated child
Records indicate that the boy abuse.
and his sister both said the Ingram and Schofield were
marks were caused by their taken into custody to await their
mother, Robin Ingram's boy- first appearance in court.


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In Brief
Foreclosure bill clears
Senate panel
TALLAHASSEE- For
the second year in a row,
Florida lawmakers on
Wednesday debated a
proposal to speed up the
state's residential mort-
gage foreclosure process
and make it fairer to
homeowners.
But critics on the panel
and in the audience, in-
cluding former Lt. Gov. Jeff
Kottkamp, raised alarms
about a provision that
would allow notices of sale
of foreclosed homes to
be published only on the
Internet.
Advocates for newspa-
pers and senior citizens,
among others, said that
would reduce the chance
of such notices being seen.
Nonetheless, the Senate's
Banking and Insurance
committee cleared the bill
(SB 1666) by an 8-2 vote.
The collapse in the real
estate market that be-
gan in 2008 resulted in
millions, of foreclosures
across the country. Those
cases quickly swamped
an already overworked
court system. Florida still
has about a quarter of the
nation's foreclosures, ac-
cording to surveys.

Bill tackles crimes
against the unborn
TALLAHASSEE- A Senate
Health committee has
passed a bill that would
.make it a separate of-
fense if a person harms a
pregnant woman and her
unborn child is injured or
killed as a result.
Planned Parenthood and
several opponents said
Wednesday that.the real
purpose of the bill is not
to protect women but to
politicize violent crimes
and elevate the legal status
of a fertilized egg to that
of an adult human being.;
Several religious groups,
however, testified in favor
of the bill.
Sen. Rene Garcia voted
in favor of the bill and .
stressed it was not an at-
tack on the landmark Roe
vs. Wade case.
From wire reports


Alleged head of charity scam talks


The Associated Press

JACKSONVILLE A
prominent Jacksonville
attorney accused of mas-
terminding a $300 million
gambling ring disguised
as a veterans charity says
he simply advised his
clients on legal matters
and that prosecutors
are trying to "force a con-
nection" between him
and the operation of the
business.
During an hour-long in-
terview with The Associ-
ated Press at his lawyer's
office on Wednesday, Kelly
Mathis said that his arrest
last week has ruined his
life and damaged his law
career.
Mathis's eyes became
red when he talked about
how his family has stood
by him since his arrest and
release from jail on bond.
He's been charged in state
court with racketeering,
money laundering and
gambling-related charges.
"Lots of prayer," he said,
when asked about the past
several days. sure
Mathis, who is 49 and
a former president of the
Jacksonville Bar Associa-
tion, is one of about 60
people charged in Semi-


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Jacksonville attorney Kelly Mathis, (left) talks with his
attorney Mitch Stone during an interview at Stone's office in
Ponte Vedra Beach, Wednesday, March 20.


nole County, Fla., with
running the now-shut-
tered Allied Veterans of
the World, which operated
49 Internet parlors with
computerized slot ma-
chine-style games.
Adding to the probe's
notoriety, Lt. Gov. Jenni-
fer Carroll resigned a day
after she was questioned
by investigators though
she isn't among those
charged.
Those who knew Mathis
say he's a well-respected,
down-to-earth and hard-
working lawyer who's
not prone to wearing the
silk shirts and shiny suits


favored by some of his
colleagues.
"I would have thought of
him more as milquetoast
more than mastermind,"
said Jim Bailey, the edi-
tor of a legal and business
newspaper called the Jack-
sonville Daily Record.
. Mathis said JohnnyDun-
can and Jerry Bass, the two
men who once owned Al-
lied Veterans of the World,
sought his legal advice
about seven years ago and
he took the men and their
company on as clients.
He eventually became the
registered agent for sev-
eral Internet cafes owned


Video shows school bus


driver push girl off bus


The Associated Press


TAMPA Video tak-
en from a Hillsborough
County school bus last
September showing the
driver pushing a girl off
the bus was released
Wednesday.
Stephanie Wilkerson, 41,
was driving special-needs
children to school in Tam-
pa on Sept. 28 when the 8-
year-old girl wanted to get
off the bus, police said.
The girl was told to
wait her turn, but police
said the girl slapped and


pushed the driver. The
video, showed Wilker-
son then gently tapping
the girl on her back and
waiting for her to walk
down the steps of the bus,
but the girl hesitated
for about a minute.
Wilkerson is then seen
using her foot, to push
the girl off, forcing
the girl to fall on the
ground .-and'fracture her
ankle.
Wilkerson quickly went
to help the girl off the
ground, the video shows,
and eventually got the rest


of the students off the bus
before taking off.
Wilkerson was arrest-*
ed a few days later and
charged with aggravated
child abuse. A phone
number listed for her was
disconnected. It was not
immediately known if she
had an attorney.
School district spokes-
man Stephen Hegarty
said whether the student
was cooperating or not,
Wilkerson and other bus
drivers, "need to exer-
cise good judgment and
restraint."


by the organization.
Under Florida law, a
company must have a
registered agent to be re-
sponsible for receiving
important legal and tax
documents; many com-
panies use lawyers.
"There is no connec-
tion. They're trying to
force a connection,"
Mathis said of prosecu-
tors. "And that's all they've
got, is to say that I was the
registered agent, that I
had some relationship
to all of these compa-
nies. And the relation-
ship they've got is that
I was the registered
agent. But what they fail
to realize is that's no rela-
tionship at all."
Mathis, who went to
high school in Brooks-
ville, Fla., and law school
at Vanderbilt University,
opened his own practice
about nine years ago in
Jacksonville after working
.at larger firms.
Mathis said he. re-
searched whether Internet
sweepstakes.cafes were le-
gal in Florida.
"I spent months re-
searching this in-depth,
of sweepstakes law, gam-
bling law, to make sure
they didn't violate any of


the gambling laws," he
said. "Reading cases, read-
ing statutes. Reading leg-
islative history. Gathering
all of that information be-
fore I ever issued them an
opinion. That this is what
they could do and needed
to do in order to comply
with Florida law."
At issue is the legal-
ity of the games. To play,
customers get prepaid
cards and then go to a
computer to play "sweep-
stakes." The games, with
spinning wheels similar
to slot machines, have
names such as "Captain
Cash," "Lucky Shamrocks"
and "Money Bunny." Win-
ners go back to a cashier
with their cards and cash
out. Lawmakers in Florida
and other states are now
considering whether to
ban them.
The game makers argue
they are legal sweepstakes
because there's a prede-
termined number of win-
ners, similar to a McDon-
ald's Monopoly game or
Coca-Cola's cap contest.
"The law is filled with
ambiguities. The lawyer's
job is to come up with a
legal opinion to advocate
for that position," Mathis
said..


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Obama, Netanyahu show solidarity on Iran


The Associated Press

JERUSALEM Seeking
a fresh start to a strained
relationship, President
Barack Obama and Israeli
Prime Minister Benjamin
Netanyahu on Wednesday
demonstrated solidarity
on the key issues that have
stirred tensions between
them. The U.S. president
vowed he would do "what is
necessary" to prevent Iran
from obtaining a nuclear
weapon, while Netanyahu
reaffirmed that his newly
formed government seeks
a two-state solution to Is-
rael's decades-long dispute
with the Palestinians.
Obama, in Israel for the
first time in his presidency,
also pledged to investigate
reports that Syria had used
chemical weapons for the
first time in its two-year
civil war. And he sternly
warned Syrian leader
Bashar Assad that use of
such weapons would be a
"game-changer," one that
could potentially draw the
'U.S. military into the con-
flict for the first time.
"The Assad regime must
understand that they will
be held accountable for
the use of chemical weap-
ons or their transfer to
terrorists," Obama said,


THEASSOCIATED PRESS
President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu huddle during their joint news
conference in Jerusalem, lsrael,Wednesday, March 20.


standing alongside Netan-
yahu at a nighttime news
conference.
Expectations were low
for a breakthrough during
Obama's visit on any of the
major issues roiling the
region. Instead, the presi-
dent was focused on reas-
suring anxious Israelis that
he is committed to their
security, and on resetting
his rocky relationship with
Netanyahu. The two lead-
ers have been at odds over
Israeli settlements and
Iran's disputed nuclear
programs, and Netanyahu
famously lectured Obama
in front of the media in the


Oval Office on Israel's right
to defend himself.
Compared with past
encounters, there was a
noticeable lack of uneasi-
ness Wednesday, the first
time the two leaders have
met publicly after both
survived elections that will
leave them stuck with each
other for the foreseeable
future. They traded jokes
throughout a day of side-
by-side appearances. And
they repeatedly referred
to each other by their first
names, Obama calling his
Israeli counterpart by his
nickname, "Bibi."
On Iran in particular,


the two leaders sought
to show they were united
in their desire to prevent
the Islamic republic from
developing what Obama
called "the world's worst
weapons."
Although preventing Iran
from developing a nuclear
.weapon is a priority of both
countries, Netanyahu and
Obama have differed on
precisely how to achieve
that goal. Israel repeat-
edly has threatened to take
military action should Jran
appear to be on the verge
of obtaining a bomb, while
the U.S. has pushed for
more time to allow diplo-
macy and economic pen-
alties to run their course.
Obama said he contin-
ues to prefer a diplomatic
solution and sees time to
achieve it.. Whether that
works, he said, will depend
on whether Iran's leaders
"seize that opportunity."
Although Obama did not
promise that the United
States would act militar-
ily against Iran if Israel de-
cided that must be done,
he offered-an explicit en-
dorsement for Israel to
take whatever unilateral
measures it deems neces-
sary to guard against the
threat.
"Each country has to


make its own decisions
when it comes to the awe-
some decision to engage in
any kind of military action,
and Israel is differently
situated than the United
States," he said. "I would
not expect that the prime
minister would make a de-
cision about his country's
security and defer that
to any another country
any more than the United
States would defer our
decisions about what was
important for our national
security."
Netanyahu strongly
backed Obama's efforts,
saying he was "absolutely
convinced" the U.S. is
determined to prevent
Iran from getting nuclear
weapons.
"I appreciate the fact
that the president has re-
affirmed, more than any
other president, Israel's


right and duty to defend
itself by itself against any
threat," he said.
The Israeli leader also
said that he and Obama
agree that it would take
Iran about a year to manu-
facture a nuclear weapon.
Obama said there is "not a
lot of light, a lot of daylight"
between the two leaders in
intelligence assessments
about Iran.
The two leaders also
spoke firmly about the
need to pursue a peace
deal between Israel and
the Palestinians, an effort
that was stymied during
Obama's first term. The
president, who arrived
in Israel without a clear
pathway for jumpstarting
talks, acknowledged that
in recent years, "we haven't
gone forward, we haven't
seen the kind of progress
that we would like to see."


Experts suspect North behind


South Korea computer crash


The Associated Press

SEOUL, South Korea
A cyberattack caused
computer networks a
major South Korear
banks and top TV broad
casters to crash simultane
ously Wednesday, paralyz.
ing bank machines across
the country and prompt
ing speculation of North
Korean involvement.
Screens went blank a
2 p.m. (0500 GMT), the
state-run Korea Informa
tion Security Agency said
and more than seven hour
later some systems were
still down.
Police and South Ko
rean officials could'
immediately determine
responsibility and Norti
Korea's state media madi
no immediate comments
on the shutdown. Bu
some experts suspected
a cyberattack orches
treated by Pyongyang. The
rivals have exchanged
threats amid joint U.S.
South Korean military
drills and in the wake o
U.N. sanctions mean
to punish North Korea
over its nuclear test las
month.
The network paralysis
took place just days af
ter North Korea accused
South Korea and the U.S. o
staging a cyberattack tha
shut down its websites fo
two days last week. Loxle.
Pacific, the Thailand
based Internet service pro
vider, confirmed the Norti
Korean outage but did no
say what caused it.
The South Koreat
shutdown did not af
fect government agen
cies or potential targets
such as power plants o
transportation systems
and there were no imme
diate reports that ban]
customers' records wen
compromised, but thi
disruption froze part o
the country's commerce.
Some customers were
unable to use the deb
it or credit cards tha
many rely on more thai
cash. At one Starbucks in
downtown Seoul, custom
ers were asked to pay fo
their coffee in cash, an(
lines formed outside dis
abled bank machines.
Shinhan Bank, a majo
South Korean lender, re
ported a-two-hour system
shutdown, including on
line banking and auto
mated teller machines. I
said networks later cami
back online and tha
banking was back to
normal. Shinhan sai<
no customer record
or accounts wer
compromised.
j Another big bank,


Nohghyup, said its sys-
tem eventually came back
a online. Officials didn't
I answer a call seeking de-
t tails on the safety of cus-
a tomer records. Jeju Bank
- said some of its branches
- also reported network
- shutdowns.
s Broadcasters KBS and
- MBC. said their comput-
ers went down at 2 p.m.,
but that the shutdown
t did not. affect TV broad-
e casts. Computers were still
- down about seven hours
, after the shutdown
s began, according to the
e state-run Korea Commu-
nications Commission,
- South Korea's telecom
t regulator.
e The YTN cable news
channel also said the com-
e pany's internal computer


network was paralyzed.
Footage showed workers
staring at blank computer
screens.
KBS employees said
they watched help-
lessly as files stored on
their computers began
disappearing.
Last year, North Korea
threatened to attack sev-
eral news companies, in-
cluding KBC and MBC,
over their reports critical
of children's' festivals in
the North.
"It's got to be a hack-
ing attack," said Lim
Jong-in, dean of Korea
University's Graduate
School of Information Se-
curity. "Such simultane-
ous shutdowns cannot
be caused by technical
glitches."


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High School Baseball
Thursday Walton at Gracev-
ille, 6 p.m.; Marianna at Chipley,
6:30 p.m.; Bethlehem at Malone,
6 p.m.; Sneads at Wewahitchka,
6:30 p.m.; Cottondale at Altha,
6p.m.
Friday Pensacola Catholic at
Marianna, 7 p.m.

High School Softball
Thursday Graceville at
Sneads, 6 p.m,; Bethlehem at
Malone. 5 p mn.: Vernon at Cot-
tondale, 6 p.m.
Friday Pensacola Catholic at
Marianna, 6 p.m.

Chipola Baseball
The Indians will play their
three-game series finale against
Tallahassee on Friday in Tallahas-
see at 4 p.m. Chipoia will then
begin the tirst of another three-
game set with Northwest Florida
State on Saturday at home at I
p.m

Chipola Softball
The Lady Indians will.open
Panhandle Conference play Sat *
urday with a home doubleheader
against Northwest Florida State
at I and 3 p.m.

AAU Basketball
The Harambee Dragons
AAU Basketball team will have
practice Saturday at Marianna
Middle School. Boys (ages 11-12)
will go at 2 p m.. followed by boys
(13-14) at 3. girls (13-19) at 4. and
boys (15-19) at 5.

Panhandle Seminole
Club Golf Tournament
The 2013 Panhandle Seminole
Club's annual sc holarship golf
tournament will be held April
5 at Indian Springs Golf Club
in Marianna This tournament,
along with another fundiaser.
has helped provide $40.000 over
the piIIt 10 years to I 1e-rvin.iP
local students and helped further
their education. Registration and
warm-up will begin at noon with
the shotgun start at 1 p.m. for
this four-man scramble event.
Cash prizes will be awarded to
the first- second-, and third-
place teams. Additional prizes
will be given for longest drive
straightest drive, closest to the
pin, and so on. The green fees
contribution of $65 will entitle
each golfer to a fantastic after-
noon of goll on a championship
course (to help a very worthy
cause), followed by a great meal.
Scholarship i hole.) and prize
sponsorships are also available
for this event. For more inflorma-
tion. call Roy Baker at 850-526-
4005 or 209-1326. or George
Sweeney at 850-4S2-5526.

Sports Items
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to850-482-4478 The mailing
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Marianna, FL 32447.


Chipola Women's Basketball



Chipola on to Elite 8 with win over CSI,


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com


The Chipola Lady Indians over-
came foul trouble and a key in-
jury to extend their season once
again Wednesday afternoon in
Salina, Kan., topping College of
Southern Idaho 66-57 to advance
to the Elite Eight of the NJCAA
Women's National Champion-
ship tournament.
With the win, Chipola (27-6)
moves on to play Central Arizona
(31-1) today at 5 p.m. for a spot in
Friday's semifinals.
It didn't come easy for the Lady
Indians, whose already short
rotation was pushed to its limit
with top scorer Rayven Brooks
* picking up her fourth foul with
just over 12 minutes left in the
game, which was soon followed
by a leg injury to. second-leading
scorer Kristine Brance, and then
a fourth foul on third-leading
scorer Lashonda Littleton with


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Kristine Brance makes a pass
during a JUCO tournament game in,
Marianna.
11:14 to play.
Brooks and Brance both left
the game for an extended.period,
though Littleton stayed in as one
of the team's remaining five rota-
tion players.
A pair of free throws by Jessy


Saint-Felix put CSI up 46-43, but
the Lady Indians answered with a
10-3 run, with a bucket inside by
Treyvonna Brooks and a three-
point play by Jasmine Crawford
putting Chipola up 53-49 with
8:15 to play.
Brance and Rayven Brooks re-
entered the game with the Lady
Indians up 55-54, and a quick
two by Rayven Brooks extended
the lead to three.
Two free throws by Littleton
made it 59-54 Lady Indians with
4:06 to play.
CSI had the ball with 1:40 re-
maining trailing by three, but
Cassidy Skidmore was called for
an offensive foul on a push-off
that gave the ball back to the
Lady Indians.
Jade Givens was fouled on a
loose ball after having her shot
blocked on Chipola's next pos-
session, and she was banged
up on the play and taken off the
court as well.


Rahni Bell stepped in and made
both free throws to make it 61-56
with 1:05 to play, and the Lady
Indians 5-of-6 free throws down
the stretch to pull away.
Crawford led Chipola with 18
points off the bench, making 11-
of-12 free throws for the game.
The Lady Indians made 26-of-
29 from the charity stripe as a
team, their best free-throw shoot-
ing performance in a game with
double-digit attempts all season.
Rayven Brooks added 16 points,
seven rebounds, four assists and
three steals, and Givens finished
with 11 points and a team-high
13 rebounds.
Adriana Dent led CSI with 19
points and 16 rebounds. Patrice
Toston also had 15 points.
Chipola won despite making
just 4-of-18 from the three-point
line, making up for it by scoring
18 points off 22 CSI turnovers and
outscoring the Golden Eagles by
10 points at the foul line.


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MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Brandy Strickland throws to first to get an out during Sneads' game against Altha Tuesday night.
Sneads beat Altha 14-0.


Malone Baseball


Paxton spoils Tigers' rally


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Malone Tigers suffered
a heartbreaking district de-
feat Tuesday night in Paxton
as the Bobcats scored three
runs in the bottom of the sev-
enth inning to spoil a brilliant
Malone comeback and take a
10-9 victory.
Malone trailed 7-3 after six
innings but stormed back
with six runs in the top of
the seventh, with a three-RBI
double by Antwain Johnson
putting the Tigers up 8-7.
Johnson then scored on an
RBI single by Eric Perdue to
give the Tigers a two-run lead,
but the Bobcats offered a re-
sponse of their own in the late
innings.
Malone coach Max Harkrid-
er brought in Jonathan Sikes
to try to finish the game on
the mound, but a lead-off
bloop single, an error, a stolen
base and a two-RBI single tied
the game for Paxton at 9-9.


An RBI sacrifice fly scored
the winning run for the Bob-
cats, who improved to 6-0 in
District 1-1A competition.
The Tigers fell to 3-2 in
league play and 8-4 overall.
It was the second straight
one-run district loss for the
Tigers, who also fell to Laurel
Hill 5-4 on March 14.
This was an especially dis-
appointing loss given how
much effort was put into a
remarkable rally to go back in
front.
"It was one of those where
you go from feeling not good
to feeling real good to then
not so good again," Malone
coach Max Harkrider said of
Tuesday's game. "It was just
one of those games, but I
was really proud of the way
we fought back. It was just
the little things that killed us,
and we didn't make a couple
of plays in the seventh. But
give Paxton credit; they did
come back and did what they
needed to do."


Marianna Baseball


'Dogs crush Cougars


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Kody Bryan heads home to score against Godby on Tuesday
night.


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Marianna Bull-
dogs used an eight-run
first inning to surge out
to a big lead and cruise
to an 11-1 home win
over the Godby Cougars
on Monday night.
With the win, the Bull-
dogs improved to 7-5 on
the season.
Mariannaputtogether
nine hits as a team and
took advantage of four
Godby errors, jumping
out to an 8-0 advantage,
and then added two
more runs in the fourth
and another in the fifth
to end the game on the
10-run rule.
JT Meadows and
Taylor Strauss led the
Bulldogs with two hits
each, with Meadows
also walking once, scor-
ing twice, driving in a
run, and hitting a triple,


while Strauss also had a
walk, a run and an RBI.
Andrew Shouse was
1-for-3 with a walk, a
run, and two RBI, Brad
Middleton was 1-for-2
with two walks and a
run, and Reid Long and
Tyler Colson both had a
hit, an RBI and a run.
Walker Roberts was
1-for-2 with a walk and
a run, and Kody Bryan
walked once and scored
twice. Long started on
the mound for Mari-
anna and went the dis-
tance to get the win, al-
lowing one earned run
on three hits, two walks
and seven strikeouts.
The Bulldogs will next
travel to Chipley to take
on the Tigers tonight at
6:30 p.m. before finish-
ing the week with a big
district matchup against
Pensacola Catholic on
Friday night at home at
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QUESTIONS & ATTITUDE
Compelling questions....
and maybe a few actual answers


SPEED FREAKSMM
A couple of questions we
just had to ask ourselvesanger


Daytona Beach News-JournalPETER BAUER
Flip this picture upside down,
and she looks happy.
How intimidating is a
mad Joey Logano?
GODSPEAK: History shows
you just need one person to
grab Joey's fire suit and render
him helpless, thereby avoiding
his "fists of wrath."
KEN'S CALL: About as freaky
as an angry Wally Cleaver. But
maybe Denny Hamlin is Joey's
Eddie Haskell.

What about Danica's
recent struggles?
GODSPEAK: Danica wins
California! Danica wins'
Calilornia! (Yes, it's the end of
a dream sequence.)
KEN'S CALL: Cartoo loose for
two weeks, then too tight. Gee,
by Week 3, even Goldilocks
found one that was just right.
She's overnuatched but it's still
early. '

ONLINE EXTRAS
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WHAT'S ON TAP?
SPRINT CUP: Auto Club 400
SITE: Fontana, Calil.
SCHEDULE: Friday, practice
(Speed. 2:30 p.m.), qualifying
(Speed. 7:10 p.m. i Saturday,
practices iSpeed. 12:30 pm.
and 3:30 p.m i. Sunday, race
(Fox. coverage begins al 2-30
p.m., green flag at 3:15 p.m.)
TRACK: Auto Club Speedway
(2-mile oval)
RACE DISTANCE: 200 laps,
400 mile-


Let it be noted that it took four Sprint Cup races for
the first public outbreak of anger between drivers in
this case, Joey Logano and Denny Hamlin, who has been
generating negative headlines for three consecutive weeks.
Hamlin's No. 11 Toyota and Logano's No. 22 Ford made
contact late in Sunday's Food City 500 at Bristol Motor
Speedway, causing Logano to spin out. Remember that
Hamlin and Logano were teammates at Joe Gibbs Racing
for four years until Logano's dismissal at tiie end of
2012.
Apparently, they've had some sort of ongoing
Twitter feud, and this incident brought Logano's
emotions to a boil. After the race, Logano charged
Hamlin's car anrd got his head inside the cockpit
before being pulled away by members of
Hamlin's team.
After the confrontation, Hamlin said he could
have easily ended Logano's day, but spared the
young driver.
"You've really got to control your car, and he
slipped up into me," Hamlin said. "Really, he would
have been in the garage with no radiator in it if I had
not checked up twice."
Logano said his car was capable of
winning the race and added he
is "getting frustrated."
Asked if he feared
retaliation from Logano
in the coming weeks, -.,; -130.
Hamlin shrugged, and
blew it off with this ,
insult. "He said he
was coming for o ooD~ f .
me," Hamlin said.
I usually don't
see him, so it's
usually not a afN I.
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Two weeks ago, Hamlin was fined $25,000 by NASCAR
for dumping on the Gen-6 car, then said he would refuse to
pay the fine, and now this.

Net worth
According to financial snoops over-at Forbes, Dale
Earnhardt Jr. made the most money of any Cup Series
driver in 2012. Junior's revenue streams
gushed out $25.9 million. No surprise
there, since he is NASCAR's Most
Popular Driver year after year.
This was surprising Cup
Series rookie Danica Patrick
showed up seventh on thb top-10
list with earnings of $12.9 million.
She made 10 Cup starts in 2012.
You have to wonder what Joe
Nemechek, Dave Blaney and other
NASCAR veterans think about that?


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SGodwmr Feily is the Daytona Beach
Stlei.-i.Jourral's motorsports editor
S and has coveredd NASCAR for 30
e-.jr:. ea,:r him at godwin.kelly@
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WINNER: Br. d e;ei.:;i, i
REST OF THE TOP FIVE: -'yle BuB
Jeff Gordon, Denny Hamlin, Matt
DARK HORSE: Greg Biffle
BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENT:
Tony Stewart


The last word
Brad Keselowski was asked if he thought
the Gen-6 stock cars are an improvement
over the Car cf T: n.orrow's
,,:nrr,:in tmniplate design.
He pul the question
ti: rest in short
orde,
"They don't
/ l ,>,:,k the same to
S rr, ," Keselowski
": said. "They look
l j different to me.
That other car
was butt-ugly.
sp o This one
looks a little
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News-Journal/
NIGEL COOK
I),c rnl exactly remind
:,ou 1, Clint Eastwood
walnrip into a saloon,


ICKS
FIRST ONE OUT:
s,:h. Ryan Newman
Kenseth- DON'T BE SURPRISED IF:
Keselowski gets tired of top-five
finishes and pulls out all the
stops on the West Coast,.


e IT.i T, : JAREDC.TILTON
Fatherhood can cut both ways. How about a
nap, Denny?
OK, what's the deal
with Denny Hamlin?
The jury is contemplating. He may be
frustrated, feisty or perhaps nurturing a jerk
gene. Faltherh:ooj wior two ways, you know.
Wilth some guys, you have a baby and it calms
you down. With others, there's stress from
additional responsibilities and/or sleep
deprivationn Bul n kirng .in enernmy of Joey
L.ogano? A ,J oiI ':'nl pirevIou. i.'_rue was
'with a bored shav'inrg r:r:'.

Can sleep deprivation
cause lack of perspective?
You gotta wonder. First, there was Denny's
I.ilure t,:' adhere to the company line when
he voiced hi; critiqu oi Ihe Geri .:.ir. Yes,
IJASCAP overrea,:ced. but ul r Dennry it was
avoidable. Then in dis,:us.:irg hirs. decisi':nri not
to appeal Ihe 1IASCAP fine th.t lollctowed his
public comments, he said, "We've got bigger,
fish to fry itharn hi argue over what I sa3d just for
$25,000..."

JUST $25,000?
Exactly. He's zittirin us all -rnow it':. p:ciel
change. Thlr,.1, Dennyr The folks in the infield
tents appreciate that. It might not seem like it,
but -iere al it QNA, we're still giving Hamlin
;he bneretit ol the djubt But if he's developing
Bus'.h Brother Svndr,:me, we're worried.


Ken Willis has been covering '
NASCAR for The Daytona Beach 1 ,.7
News-Journal for 27 years. Reach ,
him it 'nri.m ill :urn w. i rnil..::mni ''-


FEUD OF THE WEEK


Logano Hamlin
Joey Logano vs. Denny Hamlin: Lcacno
ruclied toI Hanlin's car lter the Bnslol race
and a Jcu.-:.d Hamri l nc dirty driving, but was
restrained by Himlirn' team.

Godwin Kelly gives'his take: Logano gets to his
perpetrator: quici:lv in the garage but never gets
there :c-nvil hir


2013 SPRINT CUP
POINTS STANDINGS
(after Bristol, Race 4 of 36)

Rank Driver Points
1 Brad Keselowski 166
2 Dale Earnhardt Jr. -9
3 Jimmie Johnson -15
4 Clint Bowyer -38
5 Greg Biffle -40
6 Denny Hamlin -41
7 Kasey Kahne -42
7 Carl Edwards -42
9 Paul Menard -48
10 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. -51
10 Kyle Busch -51
12 Joey Logano -62
13 Matt Kenseth -63
14 Jamie McMurray -66
15 Marcos Ambrose -67
16 Kurt Busch -68
16 Kevin Harvick -68
18 Martin Truex Jr. -70
19 Mark Martin -71
19 Aric Almirola -71
21 Jeff Gordon -76
22 Casey Mears -77
23 Ryan Newman -79
24 Tony Stewart -81
25 Jeff Burton -88
26 Juan Pablo Montoya -89 "
27 J.J. Yeley -91
28 Danica Patrick -97
29 Bobby Labonte -100
29 Dave Blaney -100
31 AJ Allmendinger -102
32 David Reutimann -103
33 David Ragan -113
34 David Stremme -116
35 David Gilliland -117
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