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Lutz News FREE Lutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA FEBRUARY 1,2012 Call AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured People HOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at Law "I Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights"18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) give her a cupid gift certificate and she'll be yours forevercameosalon & spa page 5 Get your PUBLIX insert in The Laker /Lutz News Liver transplant gives Justin Jokisch new lease on lifeBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLutz resident Justin Jokisch got his Christmas present a few days early last year a new liver. Jokisch,a Land O'Lakes High graduate, received a transplant on Dec.21 and was out the door the next day.Typical liver transplant recipients stay in the hospital for a few days. "I was ready to go,"Justin said with a smile. Justin,29,can smile now,but he was in very serious condition just a few months ago.His journey began in 2003 when blood tests showed he had an elevated level of liver enzymes but was not diagnosed with sclerosing cholangitis until 2006.The disease causes scarring of the liver because the immune system attacks the organ thinking it's something invading the body. The condition prevents the body from filtering out the blood and eventually stops the liver from being able to break down certain foods. "First they said I'd need a transplant around 40,"Justin said."I wasn't nervous at first because I thought I had time before I'd have any problems. Then last year I Lutz resident Justin Jokisch received a liver transplant about a month ago. (Photo courtesy of Mandy Stockton)Ultimate Christmas gift See TRANSPLANT,page13 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt may not look dangerous,but the laptop in your child's bedroom,or the cell phone she carries,can become a source of danger. That's the message a trio of detectives from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office took to a Jan.23 evening forum at Gaither High School,16200 N.Dale Mabry Highway. Technology is pervasive. "It's (technology) embraced by society and offenders.You can go anywhere,any place,by a click of a mouse in a couple of seconds,"said Detective Phil Dubord,who specializes in cyber crimes for the sheriff's special investigations division. Sexting which involves peers emailing each other sexual images may seem harmless to some,but those images are memorialized and can end up anywhere, Dubord said. "Ninety-seven percent of the problems are high school (students) but we're starting to see a rise in middle school,"said Detective Chris Heaverin. In one case,an 11-year-old girl was suspended at Webb Middle School for sexting.The boy receiving the sexual image was suspended,as well.He had asked for the picture. Sexting has become a bigger issue since the advent of telephones equipped with the Internet and cameras, Dubord said.And now,kids as young as 8 years old are taking sexual pictures of themselves and emailing them,he said.A few weeks ago,the sheriff's office called some parents in to show them photographs of genitals their sons had sexted to others. Technology has given sexual predators the opportunity to amass huge collections of child pornography and to create pornography,Dubord said.They'll take photos from websites of cheerleaders,for instance,and morph the heads onto naked bodies. Some pedophiles and sexual predators are on the registry of sexual offenders; others are not. "They may live next door to you.You don't know.They may work with you.You don't know,"Dubord said. "They look normal.They act normal.Never in a million years would you think they'd want to look at a 3-year-old being raped." Parents can't be too careful.They should keep the computers in their home in a common area,where they can easily supervise what their children areKeeping your kids safe from cyber threats Cowboys come up championsThe Gaither boys soccer team won the Class 4A-District 8 title on Jan. 27 with a 3-2 victory against Freedom. The Cowboys overc ame losing 10 seniors from last year to win the crown. (Photo by Jeff Odom) For complete coverage,see page 14. Helpful sites to stay safe online staysafeonline.org wiredsafety.org netsmartz.org protectkids.com ikeepsafe.org getneiwise.org spectorsoft.com spytech-web.com kidswatch.com cybersitter.com webwatcherkids.com malwarebytes.org avast.com See CYBER,page13

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The new House alignments also had to make room for two new districts to account for Florida’s increase in population during the last 10 years. The new seats give the Sunshine State more political power in Congress. The new districts go into place in 2013 and stay in place for 10 years. A closer look at area U.S. House d i str i cts. HILLSBOROUGH PASCO Florida Senate, U.S. House districts approved The Massachusetts Historical Society states the origins of the word gerrymandering go back to 1812 during redistricting. The Massachusetts governor at the time was named Elbridge Gerry, who signed off on districts that helped keep his Jeffersonian Republican party in political power. The Boston Gazette ran a cartoon in response to the strangely shaped districts, which portrayed the new alignments as resembling a salamander. The Federalist party, which was the main political opponent of the Republicans, coined the term gerrymandering by combining the former governor’s name with the amphibious animal. —Kyle LoJacono A closer look at area state Senate d i str i cts. HILLSBOROUGH PASCOHistory of gerrymandering J im Nor m an Gus B i l i rak i s M i ke Fasano Ronda Stor m s R i ch Nu g ent

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Its about getting you back to your life.Heartland of Zephyrhills not just about getting you b Its about gettin H 2011 HCR Healthcare, LLC Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing A Place for WomenBoard Certi “ ed in Gynecology & ObstetricsAnnette Williams, MD, FACOG Jennifer Roller, MD Tymesia Hudson, MD38030 Daughtery Road Zephyrhills813.780.7111Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.5:00 p.m. Advanced € Laparoscopic Surgery Urinary Incontinence € Advanced € Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery Endometrial Ablation € Laparoscopic € Hysterectomy Pregnancy € Well Woman Care € Infertility Care € Menopause Management € High Risk Pregnancy € Professional Services: www.mgtb.com The passion for what we do transcends to the care we provide.Women caring for Women 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS February 1,2012 4 Liver transplant gives Justin Jokisch new lease on lifeBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLutz resident Justin Jokisch got his Christmas present a few days early last year -a new liver. Jokisch,a Land O'Lakes High graduate, received a transplant on Dec.21 and was out the door the next day.Typical liver transplant recipients stay in the hospital for a few days. "I was ready to go,"Justin said with a smile. Justin,29,can smile now,but he was in very serious condition just a few months ago.His journey began in 2003 when blood tests showed he had an elevated level of liver enzymes but was not diagnosed with sclerosing cholangitis until 2006.The disease causes scarring of the liver because the immune system attacks the organ thinking it's something invading the body.The condition prevents the body from filtering out the blood and eventually stops the liver from being able to break down certain foods. "First they said I'd need a transplant around 40,"Justin said."I wasn't nervous at first because I thought I had time before I'd have any problems. Then last year I started getting really sick and ended up in the hospital once a month." Justin lost about 20 pounds,most of it muscle mass,dropping the 5-foot-11 man down to 160 pounds while also sapping most of his strength.He said he would end up in bed by 8 p.m.because he was so tired. "I noticed being tired really bad when we were at a Rays game,"Justin said."I couldn't make it walking halfway around the stadium without feeling like I needed to sit down." The physical changes started to become apparent to Holly,his wife of eight years. "He couldn't keep weight on,"said Holly,who also graduated from Land O' Lakes."Just seeing him every day I didn't notice,but then I saw some pictures from before and I was like,oh my gosh he's like skin and bones.'He was also turning yellow with jaundice."He was told the disease can be hereditary,but he doesn't know of anyone in hisUltimate Christmas gift To help the JokischsThe cost of having a liver transplant is more than $575,000.The National Foundation for Transplants (NFT) is putting together a fundraising bowling event for the Jokischs. "We're thrilled Justin received his transplant," said Lauren Wilmer,NFT fundraising consultant."But many people don't realize the lifelong financial burdens associated with transplantation.He'll need extensive follow-up care to make sure his new liver remains healthy,and those costs can be devastating.At NFT,we're dedicated to helping Justin and Holly raise the necessary funds so they can focus on his new life without constantly worrying about the costs." The event is on Saturday,Feb.4 from 4-6 p.m.at Pin Chasers,5555 W.Hillsborough Ave.in Tampa.The cost is $25 per person and includes two hours of bowling,shoe rental,a slice of pizza and a soda.Tickets can be bought at the door or by calling Holly at (813) 6954269.family who has had it.Justin,who was put on a transplant list last September,said his doctors had no explanation why his condition deteriorated so much faster than expected.Justin had to wait for his new liver for only a couple months before he got a call from Tampa General Hospital around 7:30 p.m.on Dec.20 telling him there was a match.He had his gallbladder removed two years ago because of the disease,but that was an arthroscopic surgery.The liver transplant was his first major operation. "The day of the surgery we were ready," Justin said."We'd gotten called in as a backup a few days before because the person right ahead of me on the list was up,so we went through the emotions that day." Justin explained hospitals call in the next two people on a transplant list when a matching organ is found in case the primary recipient cannot receive it for some reason. "Because we'd gone through being called in I was OK when we got the call for the transplant,"Holly said."It wasn't until he was going in for surgery that I started getting a little nervous." The two got to the hospital at 9 p.m. the night before the transplant.Justin was able to sleep for a few hours before the operation,but Holly only got about one hour of rest.Justin was in surgery from 5 a.m.-12 p.m.Holly got updates every so often and had family to support her while she waited. "I knew I had to be patient,"Holly said. "I knew he was in good hands." Justin is still home from work recovering from the transplant but said he is feeling much better.Holly described him as "a whole new person." "His attitude and his drive has changed," Holly said."I couldn't get him to exercise before,but we recently just went on a nice walk.Just his overall appearance looks good now." Justin said the top priority is taking his 13 different medications,which include anti-rejection and anti-virals,every 12 hours.Soon he will only need to take a couple once he is more removed from surgery.Justin gave up alcohol in 2006 and doesn't want to risk anything happening to his new liver by drinking again. "Right now I'm more susceptible to getting sick,"Justin said."They said I should avoid crowded places,keep my hands clean and stay away from sick people. Otherwise try and live a normal life." Now that Justin is improving,the Jokischs are planning the next major stage of their lives together -becoming parents. "That's next,"Holly said."Get healthy first and then have children." Lutz resident Justin Jokisch received a liver transplant about a month ago. (Photo courtesy of Mandy Stockton) Kumquats and art The 15th annual Kumquat Festival drew huge crowds to Dade City's downtown Jan. 28, and some of those festivalgoers were drawn into the Dade City Center for the Arts, where comfortable couches awaited those who got their fill of kumquats. (Photo courtesy of Stuart Marcus)

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For a copy of the complete Heart Month calendar of events and information call:727-869-5498 Is Your Heart Healthy? Find out during Heart Month. PUBLIC INVITED TOWEAR RED DAY CELEBRATION February 3rd … 2:00 pm in Shoreline Caf. Photo Opportunity and American Heart Association Heart Walk Awards Ceremony right after Shoreline Caf located by Entrance A. BLOOD PRESSURE & BMI SCREENINGS February 7th, 14th, 21st, & 28th 10:00 am … 12:00 pm. Located at Entrance A. RSVP 727-869-5498. CHART YOUR HEART PHONE BANK February 15 … News Channel 8 and the American Heart Association are encouraging viewers to call into the News Channel 8 station with your heart related questions. You can call in starting at 5:00 pm and ask questions. The Heart Institute at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point will be manning the phones.When you call you can request to have your American Heart Association Go Red For Women CookbookŽ mailed to you. A NEW MINIMALLY INVASIVE TREATMENT FOR ATRIAL FIBRILLATION SEMINAR February 21st Featured Speakers, Luis Annoni, MD, Cardiac Electrophysiologist, and N. S. Rattehalli, MD, Cardiac Surgeon, 3:00 pm in the Conference Center. RSVP 727-869-5498 HEART HEALTHY NUTRITION CLASS Learn how changing your eating habits can help prevent or treat heart disease on February 21st, 1:00 pm Conference Center. RSVP 727-869-5498 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS February 1,2012 6 FULL SERVICE SIGN COMPANYWITH OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Parking Lot Lights Maintenance & Repair L.E.D. Neon Sign Foundation Sign Installation Sign Removal Fabrication PermitsSky-High Signs & Lighting26421 Green Willow Run Wesley Chapel, FL 33544E.C. 0003179 www.SkyHighSigns.com Regional medical picks ConradRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point has appointed registered nurse Craig Conrad its new vice president of quality management.Conrad has worked in clinical and quality positions during his 20-year career,including manager of clinical quality at GE Healthcare:Cardiology Division and associate director of emergency research at the Medical College of Wisconsin.He is a certified professional in healthcare quality.Free heart health clinic Feb. 8Dr.Peter Szakacs and the Foundation for Wellness Professionals will have a free heart health clinic at the Seven Oaks Club House, 2910 Sports Core Circle in Wesley Chapel, on Wednesday,Feb.8 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Szakacs will discuss ways to reduce the risk of heart attacks and other diseases. Reservations are required.To sign up,call (813) 973-4747.Common pediatric ENT treatmentsChildren experience many of the same ear,nose and throat problems as adults. However,symptoms may present themselves differently and treatment methods that work well in adults may not be suitable for children.Dr.John Fraker will discuss common pediatric ENT issues and treatment options available at St.Joseph's Hospital-North,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz, on Thursday,Feb.9 at 6:30 p.m.Prostate cancer support groupThe Medical Center of Trinity and the American Cancer Society will host the Man to Man Prostate Cancer Support Group on Tuesday,Feb.14 from 5-6 p.m.at the hospital,9330 SR 54 in Trinity.The group providesHEALTH & WELLNESS participants and their families with a forum for discussion,education on treatment options and support through recovery. Meetings are the second Tuesday of every other month.Seating is limited and reservations are required.For more information and to sign up,call (727) 834-5630.Upcoming hospice volunteer classHPH Hospice will have a two-day class for those interested in becoming a volunteer in its care center and hospice house.The dates are Feb.21 and 23 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at HPH's east Pasco County office,37445 Clinton Avenue in Dade City.Volunteers must be at least 14 years old.Lunch is provided.To register,call Diana Unger at (352) 518-1400. Information is available at hph-hospice.org.Help for allergy sufferers Drs.Patrick Flynn and Thomas Myers will be the speakers at a free class to help those with allergies at the World Class Health Center,23900 SR 54 in Lutz,on Thursday, March 8 at 6:30 p.m.The class is designed to help those with food or seasonal allergies. Reserve a seat by calling (813) 973-8883.Stroke center's quality honoredFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills recently received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Get With The GuidelinesStroke Bronze Quality Achievement Award. The honor recognizes the hospital's commitment and success in implementing a higher standard of stroke care by ensuring that patients receive treatment according to nationally accepted standards and recommendations.Florida Hospital Zephyrhills is the only hospital in east Pasco County to receive this award. "With a stroke,time lost is brain lost, and the Get With The GuidelinesStroke Bronze Quality Achievement Award addresses the important element of time,"said hospital president and CEO Doug Duffield in a release."Florida Hospital Zephyrhills has developed a comprehensive system for rapid diagnosis and treatment of stroke patients admitted to our emergency department.We have the ability to perform an immediate CT or brain imaging scan providing quick diagnosis and treatment of stroke." Craig Conrad New emergency room celebrated Pasco Regional Medical Center celebrated the grand opening Jan. 27 of its new ER Extra emergency room. Patients will benefit from three times the space, twice as many exam rooms, a designated CTscanner in the emergency room, paperless charts, designated ambulance bays, and overhead signage to guide patients through their visit. (Photo courtesy of Pasco Regional Medical Center)

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS February 1,2012 7 (813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND O'LAKES(next to Beef O’ Brady’s in old Wal-Mart Plaza) SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105(Includes pre-anesthetic exam, anesthesia, pain & antibiotic pre-medication).Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old. Dogs should be at least 5 lbs. Cats, 3 lbs. Pets must not be pregnant & should be healthy. MONDAY-FRIDAY 8 AM 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM 2 PM CLOSED SUNDAY Rabies 1 yr $10.00 Feline Leukemia $18.00 Feline Distemper Combo $18.00 Rabies 3 yr $25.00 Canine Distemper Combo $25.00 Bordetella/Kennel Cough $12.00 VACCINE CLINICS: WALK-INS WELCOME. SUBJECT TO $3 MEDICAL,INFECTIOUS & RECORDS FEE. INCLUDES EXAM & ECONOMY VACCINES. CONSULT IS ADD'L $30 ON REQUEST.In Office: Monday-Friday 1 2 pm Weekends Clinics:Sat.,Feb.41 to 2 pm MIDWAY FARM AND RANCH 19211 SR 52 LAND O' LAKESSat.,Feb.181 to 2 pm HOLLOWAY FARM & FEED 3036 Land O' Lakes Blvd. LAND O'' LAKESSun.,Feb.261 to 3 pm SAN ANN HAY & FEED 31042 Darby Road DADE CITY21515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTER www.gentlecarepethospital.comFacebook.com/Gentlecare Pet Hospital Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Send school news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com ACT PRACTICE TESTThe Wesley Chapel PTSA is sponsoring the Princeton Review ACT practice test on Saturday,Feb.4.After the test,students will receive a detailed score report that breaks down their strengths and weaknesses.The test is in the school cafeteria,30651 Wells Road from 8:30 a.m.to 1 p.m.The cost is $20.Test-takers should bring a calculator and a No.2 pencil. For more information,contact Renee Marsella at (813) 974.8733 or rowers@pasco.k12.fl.usCULINARY COMPETITIONThe deadline is Friday,Feb.3,for budding chefs to compete for a scholarship to The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Tampa,a branch of Miami University of Art & Design.To enter The Art Institutes Best Teen Chef Competition for high school seniors and The Art Institutes Culinary Scholarship Competition for high school graduates visit www.artinstitutes.edu/culinary.KINDERGARTEN ROUNDUPThe Hillsborough County school district will have its kindergarten roundup for the 2012-13 school year from Feb.13-24.To enroll your child at your assigned school,attend the roundup event at that school.To learn about kindergarten options,parents can visit various roundups and apply for School Choice or a magnet school. The Hillsborough Choice application period for elementary schools ends on Feb.29. Children should be registered for kindergarten by the end of June.Hillsborough Choice applications are available for download at http://choice.mysdhc.org.ACADEMY PRESENTS PLAYEast Pasco Adventist Academy,a voluntary pre-kindergarten through 10th grade school,is presenting its fifth annual school musical. The play,"Dear Edwina,Junior"is part of the Broadway Junior Collection of Music Theatre International. Shows are scheduled for 8 p.m.on Sat., Feb.18 and 4 p.m.on Sunday,Feb.19 in the school auditorium.The school is at 38434 Centennial Road in Dade City. Tickets are available at the door,or online at www.epaamusical.myevent.comPINE VIEW SHOWCASEPine View Middle School is seeking students who have graduated from the school to share their careers with the school's current eighth-graders at its third annual Alumni Career Showcase. The event will be from 8:45 a.m.to 12:45 p.m.on March 6 at the school,5334 Parkview Blvd. No public speaking is required.Participants will have a table where students can drop by to chat about careers.For more information call Sara Law Bailey at (813) 794-4831. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS February 1,2012 8 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening FRESH MARKETThe next Fresh Market at The Shops at Wiregrass is Saturday,Feb.4 from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m.The market features 50-plus vendors offering organic,hydroponic and conventional produce,plants,locally made foods such as jams,salsas,dips,seasonings and sauces,and local artists showcasing their work.The market is the first and third Saturday of the month.For vendor information visit eternalbalanceliving@yahoo.com.RESCUE A GREYHOUNDGreyhound Rescue and Adoptions of Tampa Bay (GREAT) will hold a meet and greet with greyhounds and their adoptive or foster parents from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.,Saturday, Feb.4 at the Wesley Chapel Petco,1231 Bruce B.Downs Blvd.For details call (813) 971-4732 or visit www.great-greyhound.org.LUTZ MOMS GATHERMothers Morning R&R meets every Friday from 9:30-11:30 a.m.at All Saints Lutheran Church.This small community of women of all faiths and ages gather for fellowship and devotional time.Children younger than school age will enjoy activities and outdoor play.Program and child care are free. Register at www.allsaintstampa.org, office@allsaintstampa.org or call (813) 9630969.DOORYARD FRUITMaster gardener Jim Hawk will present "Dooryard Fruit for Central Florida" at the North Tampa Garden Club Wednesday,Feb.8 at 10 a.m.at the Forest Hills Park Community Center,724 W.109th Ave.,Tampa.A covered-dish luncheon will follow.For information,call Laura (813) 2380563.CHECK ROVER'S TEETHIn celebration of National Veterinary Dental Month,East-West Animal Hospital will perform a free dental exam for your pet on Saturday Feb.11 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Infected gums and teeth aren't just a problem in the mouth;they can also affect the heart,kidneys,intestinal tract,and joints. Regular pet dental care can prevent serious health issues.Call (813) 948-6534 to reserve a time slot.STORYTELLER AT BOOK SWAPRacquel Gadsen ofKelly's Tales will read and tell children's storiesSaturday,Feb.11 at 10:30 a.m.at the Book Swap in Wesley Chapel.The 30-minute program is free.Book Swap is at 1946 Bruce B.Downs in the Shoppes of New Tampa.For more information call (813) 929-7490.RUN WITH ABEThe second annual Honest Abe 5K Race presented by St.Leo University to benefit the Boy Scouts of America will be Saturday, Feb.11 at 8 a.m.For more information,call Chrissy Kruse at (813) 929-6789.SEALED WITH A KISSSweethearts of military personnel or hospitalized veterans can send a Valentine for free at the UPS Store in Lutz/Land O' Lakes.Operation Sealed With A Kiss,or SWAK,will provide free first-class postage for one-ounce Valentines and letters addressed to a specific member of the military stationed overseas or to veterans in Veterans Administration hospitals.UPS recommends mailing by Jan.31 for overseas Valentine's Day delivery.The store is at 23110 SR54.For more information call (813) 948-2287.ENTER THE CHILI COOK-OFFIf you've got the heat,bring it to a new community event in Lutz.Families, businesses,civic groups and nonprofit organizations are invited to enter "Bring the Heat Chili Cook-off" on Saturday,Feb.18 from 11 a.m.to 2 p.m.sponsored by Ierna's Heating & Air.The competition is limited to 150 contestants who will vie for the $500 People's Choice Award and several $75 category awards:Ladies Choice,Judge's Choice,Feel the Heat (hottest) and Academy Award (most innovative).Entry fee is $20. To submit an application,contact Loran Tripp at LoranT@iernaair.com or call (813) 948-6355.In addition to chili,this free family event features live music,a bounce house and raffles.It is being held at Ierna's new location at 18834 US 41 in downtown Lutz, just north of the Old School House. Proceeds from the event will be donated to a Lutz family in need.ANNUAL REUNIONHave fun Illinois and Indiana style on Thursday,Feb.9 at 11 a.m.at an Illinois/Indiana reunion at Oaks Royal Park 1 and 2,Community Building,Dean Dairy Road.Bring a covered dish and table service and enjoy entertainment and door prizes. Registration is $3.For more information call (813) 780-1980,(813) 715-1043 or (813) 783-8537.COUPON 101A free Basic TrueCouponing Workshop will be Saturday,Feb.11 at 10 a.m.at Keystone Community Church.Participants will learn about TrueCouponing,how to find/gather coupons;where to organize/store coupons; how to pull coupons and prepare to shop; basic coupon scenarios and tips;and basic coupon lingo.Do not bring newspapers to the workshop.Registration is required.For information or to register,call Doris Cook at (813) 963-7454.Keystone Community Church is at 21010 SR 54 in Lutz. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT RUN FOR THE MANATEESLake Park in Lutz will host the inaugural Run for the Manatees,a 5K race and 1-mile fun run,on Saturday,Feb.4.The 5K begins at 8 a.m.and the fun run at 9 a.m.Registration is $30 for the 5K and $15 for the fun run and $40 for both.Cars are charged a $2 county fee at the park gate.The event benefits Lake Magdalene Elementary and the Lowry Park Zoo Manatee Hospital.For more information visit www.lmedadsclub.org.

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That’s the message a trio of detectives from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office took to a Jan. 23 evening forum at Gaither High School, 16200 N. Dale Mabry Highway. Technology is pervasive. “It’s (technology) embraced by society and offenders. You can go anywhere, any place, by a click of a mouse in a couple of seconds,” said Detective Phil Dubord, who specializes in cyber crimes for the sheriff’s special investigations division. Sexting – which involves peers emailing each other sexual images – may seem harmless to some, but those images are memorialized and can end up anywhere, Dubord said. “Ninety-seven percent of the problems are high school (students) but we’re starting to see a rise in middle school,” said Detective Chris Heaverin. In one case, an 11-year-old girl was suspended at Webb Middle School for sexting. The boy receiving the sexual image was suspended, as well. He had asked for the picture. Sexting has become a bigger issue since the advent of telephones equipped with the Internet and cameras, Dubord said. And now, kids as young as 8 years old are taking sexual pictures of themselves and emailing them, he said. A few weeks ago, the sheriff’s office called some parents in to show them photographs of genitals their sons had sexted to others. Technology has given sexual predators the opportunity to amass huge collections of child pornography and to create pornography, Dubord said. They’ll take photos from websites of cheerleaders, for instance, and morph the heads onto naked bodies. Some pedophiles and sexual predators are on the registry of sexual offenders; others are not. “They may live next door to you. You don’t know. They may work with you. You don’t know,” Dubord said. “They look normal. They act normal. Never in a million years would you think they’d want to look at a 3-year-old being raped.” Parents can’t be too careful. They should keep the computers in their home in a common area, where they can easily supervise what their children are doing, Dubord suggested and take advantage of software to track how children use their computer and cell phone. “We’re having a lot of problems with children using it (technology), unsupervised. Don’t let it be a babysitter,” Dubord said. Parents need to protect their children, Dubord said. That means searching their bedrooms and tracking their computer use. “Children have plenty of friends – be the parent, first,” Dubord said. Predators love it when parents don’t pay attention. They often lure victims into online relationships by posing as someone close to the victim’s age, he said, citing a case of a 15-year-old girl planning to meet a much older predator. Detective Peggy Grow has worked undercover cases. In one case, she was chatting online with a predator who thought she was a little girl and asked her to send him her underwear. She bought a little pair and sent it. When Texas authorities raided the man’s home, they found piles of panties sent by other little girls. Pedophiles go where children like to be, including children’s websites. “Children are easily manipulated online,” Dubord said. “A kid’s first instinct is to be trusting.” Online sexual predators seek children in chat rooms, on social networking sites and on gaming sites, Dubord said. Social networking sites can provide useful information and enticing photographs for sexual predators, the detective added. When predators seek potential victims online, they assume false personas and use ploys to build relationships, sometimes being very subtle, Grow said. If they ask a child where he lives and the child balks, they back off and use another approach, gradually piecing together the information they seek. In one case, an 11-year-old boy was playing a war game and another gamer asked him: “Do you have hair down there?” Dubord said. The boy wisely alerted his father. Girls tend to become emotionally attached, Grow said. They get involved in an online friendship and think they have a boyfriend. They’ll tell investigators “we’re dating” when all interactions have been online. Boys tend to be more experimental and less emotional, Dubord added. Cyber bullying presents another danger, Dubord said. “It’s kind of a mob mentality on the Internet,” he said. “Adults are often unaware of the bullying,” he said. Children may not tell them because they fear retaliation or are afraid they won’t be taken seriously, he said. There are signs that parents can watch for. If a child is sad, depressed, anxious or afraid, especially after being on a cell phone or a computer, cyber bullying may be happening, he said. Or, if they don’t want to leave home or hang out with friends, those could be signs, too. “It gets to a point where kids don’t want to go to school,” Dubord said. Or, it can have far worse consequences. “Children have killed each other and committed suicide after being involved in cyber bullying,” he said.Keeping your kids safe from cyber threats Helpful sites to stay safe online staysafeonline.org  wiredsafety.org  netsmartz.org  protectkids.com  ikeepsafe.org  getneiwise.org  spectorsoft.com  spytech-web.com  kidswatch.com  cybersitter.com  webwatcherkids.com  malwarebytes.org  avast.com Some suggestions from Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Detective Phil Dubord: Do not give out personal information  Do not respond to unsolicited emails and instant messages  Do not give out passwords or personal accounts  Do not meet someone in person that you met online--malwarebytes.org T h e m o r e y o u r e a d t h e m o r e y o u  l l k n o w K e e p u p t o d a t e w i t h y o u r l o c a l n e w s p a p e r The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSPh: 813.909.2800 € Fax: 813.909.2802 P.O. 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$995/mo.2/2.5 Temple Terrace townhome. Community pool & tennis. Josh Smith 699-0588$1499/mo.4/2.5/2 in Oak Grove w covered lanai & pond view. Pam Leece 235-5255$1050/mo.2/2.5 townhome in Meadow Pointe gated community. Ramy Nassief 900-9009$2395/mo.5/3/3 in Wilderness Lakes w pool & pond view! Laura Bloomer 541-9234$1595/mo.3/2/2 in New Port Richey on large fenced corner lot. Bernadette 841-0307$1200/mo.3/2/2 in Zephyrhills on over an acre of fenced yard! Patti Webster 310-0215$1395/mo.4/2.5/2 two story in Wesley Chapel w pond view. Christy Laramay 451-6727$1395/mo.3/2/2 Lutz home w pool, covered lanai & fenced yard. Josh Smith 699-0588$1025/mo.3/2/2 on over an acre. Fenced yard w storage shed. Kim Joseph 352-835-1008$900/mo.2/1 with screened lanai & fenced yard. Convenient Tampa location. Kim Zepp 928-3046 RENTALS www.DennisRealty.com Valencia Gardens!4/3/3 Split bedroom plan with formal living, dining & family room. Open kitchen w island. Home recently updated with new paint, carpet, & air conditioner. Screened lanai overlooks pond. Gated community w no CDD. $239k.(kil)Lexington Oaks!3/2/2 villa in gated community. Screened lanai w golf course view. Split bedroom plan w eat-in kitchen + formal dining. Community features golf course, pool, fitness center & tennis. Close to I-75 & short drive to Wiregrass Mall. $129k.(whi) Great Lutz Location!Custom built 3/2/2 +pool in small, gated community. Low HOA & no CDD. Outdoor kitchen w Jenn Air grill and 1/2 acre lot w fenced backyard. Gas fireplace in family room,Intercom system, Plantation shutters, pool bath, trey ceilings & more! $265k.(row)Grand Oaks! 3/2.5/2 +newer salt water pool on pond/conservation lot. Formal living/dining room, family room & large upstairs bonus room.Kitchen has oak cabinets w upgraded appliances. Tile floors downstairs. Cost saving natural gas & reclaimed water for irrigation. $193,950.(ged) Lutz Condo!One bedroom, one bath condo on first floor in Lakeview at Calusa Trace. Open, covered patio overlooking pond. Community offers pool, fitness, tennis & security. Great investment. Call today for more info or to schedule a showing. $59.9k.(woo) Lake Cooper!Custom 4/2.5/2 +pool +workshop located on a 80 acre ski lake in a small, upscale gated community. Private boardwalk & dock. Upgraded kitchen & bathrooms, newer barrel tile roof, brick paver lanai w wet bar. Workshop has electric & phone.Must see!$474.9k (ple)Oak Grove!Open 4/2/2 w great room floor plan features wood laminate floors, plant shelves, & cathedral ceilings. Kitchen has ample cabinets & counter space, large pantry and breakfast nook. Screened lanai offers view of conservation & pond. No CDD & low HOA. $145k.(avo) Waterfront home! 3/2/2 on canal w private dock. Interior features include new paint, all new doors & windows throughout plus lots of closet space. Large screened lanai to entertain poolside. Over 1/2 acre lot full of fruit trees. Great Lutz location w no CDD.$172.5k.(tur)Plantation Palms!5/3/3 Pool home in gated golf community.Screened lanai to enjoy pool and view of conservation. Many upgrades including wood floors, ceramic tile and corian counter tops. Short sale with bank approved price. Great Value! $237,300.(mor) Lots of shade!3/2.5/2 two story home nestled among towering oaks. Spacious floor plan w open kitchen/snack bar, formal dining room, separate living room, & enclosed Florida room. Large fenced yard has 2 storage sheds & wooden swing. $189,990(ste) Zephyrhills!4/2/3 w spacious open great room floor plan. Gourmet kitchen features custom 42" cabinets & new stainless appliances. Split bedroom plan. Large master bath w garden tub. Covered lanai to sit & enjoy view of the pond. Low HOA. $159k.(pin)Dade City!3/2/1 Charming home situated on oversized lot with mature trees. Recent remodeling includes new kitchen cabinets, appliances & sink. Backyard is fenced. Great location close to St Leo College, golf course, shopping & I-75. $112k.(abb) Country Living!3/2/2 Custom built home on 2.41acres. Family room w/ wood burning fireplace. Kitchen features corian countertops & island. Master suite with sitting room & fireplace. Beautiful brick courtyard for entertaining with wonderful view. Includes 2 stall barn. $260k. (woo)Dade City! Charming 2/2 home with a 2 car carport on over 5 acres! Included on the property is a 3/1 guest house, work shop & hay barn. Mature trees and wooded views surrounding property. Bring your horses, Rv, or boat. No HOA or CDD. $125k.(chr) San Antonio!3/2/2 just a short walk from Community Clubhouse! Bright open family room with wall to wall sliders. Large screened lanai w ceramic tile. Gated community features golf course, pool, fitness center, & tennis courts. No CDD. $119.9k.(col) Grant Park!Cute 2/1 Block home w in walking distance to neighborhood park. Garage has been converted for extra storage space. Fully fenced yard. Easy access to downtown Tampa, shopping and restaurants. Priced to sell. Move in ready condition. $29,999. (54th)On Conservation!3/2/2 situated on quiet cul de sac surrounded by mature trees. Completely remodeled to include new cabinets, granite countertops, stainless appliances, ceramic tile, laminate floors, carpet & paint inside and out. Great location with no CDD fees. $145k.(bec) Pool Home!3/2 w spacious open great room floor plan. Bright open kitchen with stainless appliances, granite countertops & tile backsplash. Master bedroom features his & hers closets. Fenced backyard w screened pool. No CDD. $123k.(riv)Hillsborough River! Cute 2/1 bungalow w/in minutes of Busch Gardens & Community park. Fenced yard is ideal for pets. Nestled under towering oaks, this home is situated directly on the river. With a little TLC, this can be a great investment or rental property. No HOA. $47,990.(ren) Waterfront!Charming 5/3/2 on the Dundee River on over 1/2 acre. 1920s property featuring formal dining room & formal living room w fireplace. Large Sunroom with French doors. Back patio overlooks pool, impressive back yard & river. $999k.(dun) ZEPHYRHILLS/DADE CITY/OTHER AREAS CALL 949-7444 x100 TAMPA CALL 949-7444 x100 Lutz! Over an acre of lakefront property, lined w mature trees. $200k.Rob Rochlin 948-0999Lake Magdalene Area!Over half an acre w grand oaks. $165k.Murray Team 966-5666WC area! Almost 1 ac. near 54 w/school zoning. Reduced to $139kOwner/agent Amy Manion 454-7139Lutz!1863 Sq ft of Commercial space in Hwy 54 Retail Center. $199,990Lynn Smith 907-7711Warehouse/Office Hwy 54 in Lutz.7500 sf. on 1.25 acre. Zoned C-2. $695k Mark Willett 731-1516. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS February 1, 2012 13 €Enjoy a visit to our Oriental Gardens and Koi pond €A full selection of Bonsai trees, lucky bamboo and accessories €Gift wrapping & cards included €Gift certificates available €Feng Shui and Oriental Gift Shop €Bonsai Accessories €Shipping available anywhere Bonsai, L Bonsai, L ucky B ucky B amboo amboo and O and O r r iental F iental F eng S eng S hui G hui G ift S ift S hop hop5602 Land O Lakes Blvd. (Hwy. 41) € Land O Lakes (813) 996-5012www.bonsai-online.com F R E E G I F T w / $ 5 0 P u r c h a s e 2 0%W i t h t h i s a dO F F started getting really sick and ended up in the hospital once a month.” Justin lost about 20 pounds, most of it muscle mass, dropping the 5-foot-11 man down to 160 pounds while also sapping most of his strength. He said he would end up in bed by 8 p.m. because he was so tired. “I noticed being tired really bad when we were at a Rays game,” Justin said. “I couldn’t make it walking halfway around the stadium without feeling like I needed to sit down.” The physical changes started to become apparent to Holly, his wife of eight years. “He couldn’t keep weight on,” said Holly, who also graduated from Land O’ Lakes. “Just seeing him every day I didn’t notice, but then I saw some pictures from before and I was like, ‘oh my gosh he’s like skin and bones.’ He was also turning yellow with jaundice.”He was told the disease can be hereditary, but he doesn’t know of anyone in his family who has had it. Justin, who was put on a transplant list last September, said his doctors had no explanation why his condition deteriorated so much faster than expected.Justin had to wait for his new liver for only a couple months before he got a call from Tampa General Hospital around 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 20 telling him there was a match. He had his gallbladder removed two years ago because of the disease, but that was an arthroscopic surgery. The liver transplant was his first major operation. “The day of the surgery we were ready,” Justin said. “We’d gotten called in as a backup a few days before because the person right ahead of me on the list was up, so we went through the emotions that day.” Justin explained hospitals call in the next two people on a transplant list when a matching organ is found in case the primary recipient cannot receive it for some reason. “Because we’d gone through being called in I was OK when we got the call for the transplant,” Holly said. “It wasn’t until he was going in for surgery that I started getting a little nervous.” The two got to the hospital at 9 p.m. the night before the transplant. Justin was able to sleep for a few hours before the operation, but Holly only got about one hour of rest. Justin was in surgery from 5 a.m.-12 p.m. Holly got updates every so often and had family to support her while she waited. “I knew I had to be patient,” Holly said. “I knew he was in good hands.” Justin is still home from work recovering from the transplant, but said he is feeling much better. Holly described him as “a whole new person.” “His attitude and his drive has changed,” Holly said. “I couldn’t get him to exercise before, but we recently just went on a nice walk. Just his overall appearance looks good now.” Justin said the top priority is taking his 13 different medications, which include anti-rejection and anti-virals, every 12 hours. Soon he will only need to take a couple once he is more removed from surgery. Justin gave up alcohol in 2006 and doesn’t want to risk anything happening to his new liver by drinking again. “Right now I’m more susceptible to getting sick,” Justin said. “They said I should avoid crowded places, keep my hands clean and stay away from sick people. Otherwise try and live a normal life.” Now that Justin is improving, the Jokischs are planning the next major stage of their lives together — becoming parents. “That’s next,” Holly said. “Get healthy first and then have children.” TRANSPLANT, from page 1 To help the JokischsThe cost of having a liver transplant is more than $575,000. The National Foundation for Transplants (NFT) is putting together a fundraising bowling event for the Jokischs. “We’re thrilled Justin received his transplant,” said Lauren Wilmer, NFT fundraising consultant. “But many people don’t realize the lifelong financial burdens associated with transplantation. He’ll need extensive follow-up care to make sure his new liver remains healthy, and those costs can be devastating. At NFT, we’re dedicated to helping Justin and Holly raise the necessary funds so they can focus on his new life without constantly worrying about the costs.”The event is on Saturday, Feb. 4 from 4-6 p.m. at Pin Chasers, 5555 W. Hillsborough Ave. in Tampa. The cost is $25 per person and includes two hours of bowling, shoe rental, a slice of pizza and a soda. Tickets can be bought at the door or by calling Holly at (813) 695-4269. doing, Dubord suggested and take advantage of software to track how children use their computer and cell phone. “We’re having a lot of problems with children using it (technology), unsupervised. Don’t let it be a babysitter,” Dubord said. Parents need to protect their children, Dubord said. That means searching their bedrooms and tracking their computer use. “Children have plenty of friends – be the parent, first,” Dubord said. Predators love it when parents don’t pay attention. They often lure victims into online relationships by posing as someone close to the victim’s age, he said, citing a case of a 15year-old girl planning to meet a much older predator. Detective Peggy Grow has worked undercover cases. In one case, she was chatting online with a predator who thought she was a little girl and asked her to send him her underwear. She bought a little pair and sent it. When Texas authorities raided the man’s home, they found piles of panties sent by other little girls. Pedophiles go where children like to be, including children’s websites. “Children are easily manipulated online,” Dubord said. “A kid’s first instinct is to be trusting.” Online sexual predators seek children in chat rooms, on social networking sites and on gaming sites, Dubord said. Social networking sites can provide useful information and enticing photographs for sexual predators, the detective added. When predators seek potential victims online, they assume false personas and use ploys to build relationships, sometimes being very subtle, Grow said. If they ask a child where he lives and the child balks, they back off and use another approach, gradually piecing together the information they seek. In one case, an 11-year-old boy was playing a war game and another gamer asked him: “Do you have hair down there?” Dubord said. The boy wisely alerted his father. Girls tend to become emotionally attached, Grow said. They get involved in an online friendship and think they have a boyfriend. They’ll tell investigators “we’re dating” when all interactions have been online. Boys tend to be more experimental and less emotional, Dubord added. Cyber bullying presents another danger, Dubord said. “It’s kind of a mob mentality on the Internet,” he said. “Adults are often unaware of the bullying,” he said. Children may not tell them because they fear retaliation or are afraid they won’t be taken seriously, he said. There are signs that parents can watch for. If a child is sad, depressed, anxious or afraid, especially after being on a cell phone or a computer, cyber bullying may be happening, he said. Or, if they don’t want to leave home or hang out with friends, those could be signs, too. “It gets to a point where kids don’t want to go to school,” Dubord said. Or, it can have far worse consequences. “Children have killed each other and committed suicide after being involved in cyber bullying,” he said. CYBER, from page 1 F ollow us on facebook www.facebook.com / thelakerlut z news By B.C. Manion bcmanion@cnewspubs.com It’s a tradition that dates back for the better part of four decades. The Lutz-Land O’Lakes Woman’s Club puts out a call to the community seeking donations to help make the club’s flea market a success. It’s an important annual rite and there’s a lot riding on it, said Pat Serio, a prime organizer in this year’s effort. The woman’s club helps about 50 local causes every year, and the flea market is the club’s second biggest fundraiser. “The way that the community can help is to donate, donate, donate,” Serio said. The club will take just about anything except for bulky items, such as appliances and sofa sleepers. The items must be clean and in good working order. All items are sorted and priced by an army of volunteers. Donations will be accepted on Wednesdays and Fridays during February, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. beginning Feb. 1. Items also will be accepted during the same hours on two Saturdays during the month – Feb. 11 and Feb. 18. This year’s sale will be held on the first two weekends in March. Items go on sale Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. On March 10, the following Saturday, items will be sold from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. at half-price. The club also will be selling cookbooks and refreshments. Items remaining after the sale will be used by woman’s club committees or donated to charities.For more information, call Serio at (813) 948-4752 or Phyllis Hoedt at (813) 949-1937.Woman’s club prepares for annual flea market

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Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports By Jeff OdomLaker/Lutz News CorrespondentThe Gaither boys soccer team clawed its way to the Class 4A-District 8 title with a 3-2 victory against Freedom on Jan.28 despite losing 10 seniors to graduation from the year before. The No.2 seeded Cowboys (17-4-1) staved off a late charge by No.1 Freedom (11-6-1) to escape with the win,something Gaither coach Eric Sims aimed for all year. "I knew we had a lot coming back,we lost some impact players last year,but I knew we had a strong foundation,"Sims said.He then added,"I've had a lot of really good teams not win district championships. I'm really proud of the job they did." The Cowboys didn't waste time getting to work in the first half,stopping the Patriots cold in their tracks early.Freedom's Connor Limburg took a shot at 17 minutes in,but only found the crossbar. Gaither marched the ball back down field.Tyler Helm sent a pass across to Justin Santos,who headed it in for the game's first goal. The Cowboys kept the offensive pressure less than a minute later when Jonas Bukh found the back of the net for a 2-0 advantage. "It's always good to come in front,"Bukh, a senior forward,said of his first goal."We always want to be in front and never want to be behind early." Gaither's defense wouldn't hold the Patriots back for long,as an inopportune handball in the 34th minute set up a penalty kick for Evan Kruk,which he converted to cut the deficit to one going into the half. Bukh said Sims preached sticking to the basics at halftime. "He was like They're going to come out and thunder at you,you guys got to hold them off and get another goal and put them away,'"Bukh said. The Cowboys carried the momentum over after the half and struck off a corner kick in the 46th minute.Bukh,who spent last year in his native Denmark after attending Gaither as a freshman and sophomore, nabbed the rebound and sent the ball sailing into the goal for a 3-1 lead. "He's just dangerous,"Sims said of Bukh. "Every time he touches the ball,he's very dangerous and he's turned into a finisher for us.It's definitely good that he landed back with us." The Patriots tried to seize an opportunity to get a goal back midway through the second half on a corner kick,but were quickly turned away by goalkeeper Carlos de Oliveira,who made a diving save on Patrick Watters to preserve the two goal lead. The Patriots started a comeback attempt in the 76th minute after cutting the lead to one.Kruk took the free kick and sent the ball careening into a host of Freedom attackers.Jett Wright redirected the ball into the net to keep his team alive. The excitement was short lived,as Gaither kept the ball in the Patriots'end refusing to let them tie the game. Freedom gave one final push in stoppage time,but Kruk sent the ball wide off a corner kick. Patriots coach Dennis Derflinger said it's great to be back in the playoffs for the first time in three years,but added not taking home the district crown stings a bit. "It's a little bit bittersweet,"Derflinger said.He then added,"We know we had a chance at this game tonight,but we just got to look forward to next week,come back and play like we did in the second half and I think we'll be alright." The Cowboys defeated tournament host Steinbrenner 4-2 in the semifinals on Jan.26. The Warriors (3-14) originally earned the No.1 seed,but had to forfeit nine wins and two ties after an internal investigation found junior midfielder Ryan Kennedy was ineligible to play. Bukh put the Cowboys up in the first half,but Steinbrenner's Austin Renz evened the score on a penalty kick.The tie lasted 1 minute,as Gaither's Jacob Snidle scored his fourth goal of the year.Bukh added another tally early in the second half to put the Cowboys up for good. The Patriots won 4-0 against Wiregrass Ranch (14-8-3) in the other semifinal.Wright scored the first two goals in the contest,followed by tallies by Kruk and Larry Thorpe.Gaither holds off Freedom for district title Boys soccer regional quarterfinals*Gulf @ Sunlake Eagle Lake Lake Region @ Gaither Freedom @ Lakeland George Jenkins Land O' Lakes @ Fivay Wharton @ Countryside *All games on Tuesday,Jan.31 at 7 p.m. Steinbrenner senior defender Austin Renz, left, fights for the ball with Gaither senior forward Jonas Bukh. Renz scored in the district semis, while Bukh notched a pair of tallies in the semis and another two in the finals. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) Gaither senior defender Jacob Snidle lines up a shot during the Cowboys'42 victory over Steinbrenner in the district semifinals. Repeat bid endsSteinbrenner falls 2-0 in regional semifinalsBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner girls soccer team played right with undefeated Lakeland George Jenkins for 79 minutes and 21 seconds,but those 39 ticks of the clock proved to be the Warriors'undoing. Steinbrenner (16-4-2) lost the Class 3A regional semifinals contest 2-0 at the Eagles (24-0),ending the defending state champion's season. Jenkins forward Tori Abnathy took the ball up the left side and used her blazing speed to get enough separation from the Warriors'defense to blast home the game's first goal in the 54th minute.Lauren Greene added the insurance goal 39 seconds later off a cross from Jessie Scarpa. First-year Steinbrenner coach Robert Woodard said the team had a mental letdown after the first goal that led to the second,but he was still extremely proud of his team's effort. "They gave 100 percent out there," Woodard said."We don't have the depth that we normally do because of some injuries. We had to give everybody more minutes, and consequently we probably couldn't push forward as much as we would have wanted to." Warriors goalkeeper Stephanie Hirsch, who suffered back spasms earlier in the week,made critical saves to keep the game within striking distance.She finished with 12. "She did a remarkable job,"Woodard said. "She kept us in it." The Eagles'defense frustrated Steinbrenner's attack all night,deflecting away the last pass needed to spring forwards Cici Gonzalez and Taylor Valley for breakaways. "We gave everything we had,"Woodard said."We had a lot of possession in the first half and the first 20 minutes we were doing really well.We just could not get past their defense.I thought that if we could get 10 quality shots on goal then we'd win the game,but we weren't able to get that. Something broke down.That pass in the final third just was not happening tonight. "I think if we'd have gotten a couple of chances (Valley) would have put one in and same thing with Cici,"Woodard continued. "Because we couldn't generate enough offensive pressure they were stranded up front by themselves a little bit more than I would have liked to have seen.That was our plan going in was to attack them. Unfortunately it didn't work out that way." The Warriors lose three seniors Gonzalez,Valley and defender Katelynn Snyder but only two of those three got to hoist a state title. Valley,who finishes the year with 12 goals,decided not to play for Steinbrenner last season during their state championship run,but returned for her final year in high school. "I feel especially bad for Taylor Valley because this was her season,"Woodard said. "She did a remarkable job for us." The Warriors had no trouble scoring early and often against Bartow in the regional quarterfinals at home on Jan.24,putting up eight goals while allowing none,resulting in the mercy rule ending the game by halftime. Steinbrenner has forced 22 mercy-rule shortened games since the school opened in 2009,three this year,but the program had never done so in a playoff game before. Gonzalez put the team up early,scoring the game's first three goals.She tallied her first two by the 5th minute and finished with four total to give her 91 for her career, seven in the playoffs. Steinbrenner also got a pair of goals from Valley and one apiece from Samantha Kay and Alexis Bredeau.Freedom ousted by JenkinsThe Freedom girls soccer team lost its Class 4A regional quarterfinals contest at Lakeland George Jenkins 4-0 on Jan.24. The Patriots (12-5-2) allowed only one goal for most of the first half,but gave up a pair of tallies just before halftime.Freedom still managed to make the playoffs three straight years for the first time in program history.Canes toppled by St. Stephen'sThe Bishop McLaughlin girls soccer team was unable to extend its season past the Class 1A regional quarterfinals,losing at Bradenton St.Stephen's 8-0. The Hurricanes (13-6-1) trailed 3-0 at halftime thanks to a hat trick by Hannah Howell.The Falcons (13-5-2) ended the game on a mercy rule in the 78th minute when Howell posted her fourth tally. Steinbrenner junior goalkeeper Stephanie Hirsch made 12 saves against Jenkins. 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Valley makes college commitmentSteinbrenner senior girls soccer player Taylor Valley has committed to Armstrong Atlantic State University,according to her father Dan.Valley,a midfielder and forward, scored 77 goals during her three years with FC Tampa Bay Blue Lightning and also tallied 31 during her two seasons at Steinbrenner. Armstrong Atlantic is a Division II program in Savannah,Ga.The Pirates finished last season 18-3-3 en route to winning a second straight conference title and reaching the final four in back-to-back years.Durbins pick Rollins CollegeSunlake senior softball players Meghan and Courtney Durbin have committed to Rollins College.The two have been on the Seahawks' squad since their freshman years. Meghan,a pitcher and outfielder,has com Auto Injuries Sports Injuries Physiotherapy Massage TherapyMost insurance accepted. We file everything for you! 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Bring the whole family and all your friends to have a great meal and help a great cause!!!CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS February 1,2012 15 SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS CHECK THIS OUT piled a 30-15 record on the mound with 162 strikeouts while also batting.346 with 48 RBI, 46 runs scored and 10 doubles.Courtney,an outfielder,has stolen 30 bases during her first three years and has hit .433 with 76 RBI,96 runs scored,23 doubles and 13 triples.Rollins,located in Winter Park,is a Division II program in the Sunshine State Conference.The Tars,who start the 2012 season on Feb.2 in the St.Mary's Invitational in San Antonio,Texas,were picked as the preseason favorite to win the conference championship.David Hill commits to St.LeoWiregrass Ranch senior boys cross country runner David Hill has committed to St. Leo University,according to his coach Chris Loth.Hill was named to the Sunshine Athletic Conference (SAC) first team last season.Hill's times helped the Bulls win a conference, district and regional championship while finishing sixth in the Class 3A state meet.His season best time was 16:26 in a 5-kilometer race at the state finals at Little Everglades Ranch in Dade City.St.Leo is a Division II program in the Sunshine State Conference. By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Freedom cheerleading squad entered the Hillsborough championships on a four-meet winning streak and rode that momentum to the first county title in program history on Jan.17.The Patriots continued their winning ways four days later by claiming the Region 3 large varsity championship at Plant City High,another first for the program.Freedom finished third at the same meet last year.Freedom posted 88.9 points at regionals, besting second-place Gaither's 78.8.Only the top three teams advance to states. "They've got to keep doing the same things because they're getting better every time out,"said fourth-year Patriots coach Linda Martinez."We didn't have a stellar performance at regions,but they pulled through because of the difficulty of the routine.It was good for them to see they can make a mistake or two and still win,but I don't like any mistakes.We're going to be coming back hard at practice." Martinez said she always puts together hard routines because it pushes the girls to stay sharp.She added it was that high level of difficulty that helped them pull through with two championships in one week. Freedom scored 416 points to claim the county crown,followed by Strawberry Crest's 401 and Bloomingdale's 380.All 27 of Hillsborough's public high schools participated at the event."We had competed against most of the teams already in the four county regionals in December,"Martinez said."We won those four,so we went in feeling strong,but my whole thing with the team is it's never about winning.It's always about doing the best we can and winning is the icing on the cake."The Patriots were close to tasting that icing a year ago when they finished third at the county championships.Martinez said she was pleased to see her athletes'hard work pay off with a title this year. "The biggest thing is it happened because of the work ethic of the team," Martinez said."It takes a good coach to help bring them together,but it's really all about the passion,heart and soul of the team." Freedom has hosted the county event the last three years.Martinez said being in their home gym has its pros and cons."I think that gives them a little bit of a comfort level being at home,but it's an added element of pressure,"Martinez said."We're hosting,so people tend to think that they're going to win. It's great that we hosted,but it has a little bit of a double-edge sword."The next challenge for Freedom and Gaither is the state meet Feb.2-4 in Kissimmee. The Freedom cheerleading team won the Hillsborough County championships on Jan. 17. (Photo by Erin Bailey)Freedom claims a pair of titles Freedom rosterMaddie Bisaccia Sara Blaylock Shelby Carr Amanda Chaplin Missy Dunbar Evan Erickson Samantha Gutman Katelyn Hodges Caitlin Jefferis Kylie McCaffrey Brenna McKeown Hanna Seybold Nicole Seybold Kelsey Storlien Molly Chang Malekai Cihaner Taylor Mort Taya Gay Riley Toneff Monique Simpson

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6701 Dairy Road ZephyrhillsLocated behind Florida Medical Clinic813-782-4417www.westbrookemanoralf.com We would like to invite you to stop by Westbrooke Manor and see our beautiful home. Come take a tour...have a bite to eat...or just sit a spell and visit. We enjoy company and we are sure you will enjoy Westbrooke Manor. 25 Years of Excellent Care for Seniors 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS February 1,2012 16 Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News SPORTS By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comMichelle Clark just tried to remind her team that the old days of Wesley Chapel girls soccer are no more. The Wildcats (9-12) made significant strides this season,earning their first playoff berth ever and a date at River Ridge in the Class 3A regional quarterfinals on Jan.24. But the Knights (17-4-1) used a 3-0 victory to squash Wesley Chapel's playoff debut. "I told them that tonight was an opportunity for 80 minutes to prove that we're someone,a force to be reckoned with,"said Clark."We're not the Wesley Chapel that everybody thinks Oh you're going to come in and you're going to mercy rule us every time.'We're not that team anymore." After the first half,not only were the Wildcats not mercy ruled,they were in it. River Ridge scored the lone goal of the first period in the 11th minute,when Nicole Screnock tapped in a cross from Kendra Secrest. Clark said she was content with keeping the game 1-0 at halftime and chalked up the goal to a mental error. "When they first started warming up and they were watching the other team warm up,I could see the nervousness,"Clark said. "I was like Hey,there's no time for nervousness.Excitement? Yes,we'll go for that. Aggressiveness? Yes,we'll go for that. Nervousness? We gotta shake that off.'" The Knights looked like the team with playoff experience in the second half,as Secrest tacked on two goals in the 57th and 61st minutes. The Wildcats showed no quit and increased their shots on goal in the second half,including an agonizingly close corner kick from senior midfielder Tess Gemberling that flirted with the goal line but failed to go in despite a throng of feet stamping around it."We came back and we had opportunities where we should have put them in the back of the net,"Clark said."We easily could have had the score 3-2 at the end of the game."While the result was far from what the Wildcats'coach wanted,she knows the first playoff appearance in school history is a step in the right direction. "I'm proud of where we got just being our first time here and everything,"said Gemberling,who missed her junior season with a torn ACL."I have confidence that (returning players) can get to where they want to be if they play hard enough.I am happy with what we left,being my last year." Clark,who finished her second year,isn't quite as satisfied. "I've got so many dreams for this team here and for this school,"Clark said."I mean, I know we can be better than what we were.We have the potential and we have the girls that have the ability. So next year,I want to go further.I want more next year."Gators' run ends in quartersThe Land O'Lakes girls soccer team was unable to advance past the Class 3A regional quarterfinals on Jan.24,falling 2-1 at home to Mitchell. The Mustangs (20-2-3) took a 1-0 lead into halftime,but Gators (14-7-3) senior forward/midfielder Arielle Le-Tran tied the contest in the 51st minute on a rocket into the top-left corner beating goalkeeper Erica Disbrow.Mitchell regrouped for the winning tally when Danielle Gottwik buried home a loose ball.Canes toppled by St. Stephen'sThe Bishop McLaughlin girls soccer team was unable to extend its season past the Class 1A regional quarterfinals,losing at Bradenton St.Stephen's 8-0. The Hurricanes (13-6-1) trailed 3-0 at halftime thanks to a hat trick by Hannah Howell.The Falcons (13-5-2) ended the game on a mercy rule in the 78th minute when Howell posted her fourth tally.No repeat for SteinbrennerThe Steinbrenner girls soccer team won its first playoff game 8-0 against Bartow on Jan. 24,but fell to Lakeland George Jenkins 2-0 in the Class 4A regional semifinals on Jan.27.The Warriors (16-4-2),who are the defending 4A state champions,played the Eagles (24-0) closely all evening,but Jenkins broke through in the 54th minute and added another tally 39 seconds later. Steinbrenner goalkeeper Stephanie Hirsch, who suffered back spasms earlier in the week,made 12 saves.The Warriors had no trouble scoring early and often against Bartow,putting up eight goals by halftime leading to a mercy-rule shortened contest.Forward Cici Gonzalez scored four goals,senior forward Taylor Valley added a pair and juniors Samantha Kay and Alexis Bredeau each added a tally.Freedom ousted by JenkinsThe Freedom girls soccer team lost its Class 4A regional quarterfinals contest at Lakeland George Jenkins 4-0 on Jan.24. The Patriots (12-5-2) allowed only one goal for most of the first half,but gave up a pair of tallies just before halftime.Freedom still managed to make the playoffs three straight years for the first time in program history. Wesley Chapel senior midfielder Tess Gemberling is proud her team was able to make the playoffs for the first time ever this season. (File photo)Wildcats drop playoff debut

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Like us on Facebook. This seminar will be held in the Garden Lobby Classroom. Reserve your space: StJosephsNorth.com/Events LutzBC1201090112 Everything Health, Everywhere CareCommunity EducationLearn About Common Ear, Nose and Throat Thursday, February :pmChildren experience many of the same ear, nose and throat (ENT) problems as adults. However, childrens symptoms may be dierent from adults and adult treatment methods may not be suitable for children. Join Dr. John Fraker as he discusses common pediatric ENT issues and the treatment options available. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS February 1,2012 24