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MARCH 16, 2011






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Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition


Shuffleboard

Club truly for

the members

Group's ownership
transferred to members

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
Each year, people pour into con-
ference rooms to watch the best
high school athletes sign their let-
ters of intent to play in college, but
a very different signing brought
crowds to Zephyrhills.
Nearly 100 east Pasco County
shuffleboard enthusiasts found
their way to the Zephyrhills
Shuffleboard Club (ZSC) Feb. 27 to
witness the start of a new era.The
ZSC, at 5207 Eighth St. in
Zephyrhills, had been owned by
member Bob Perkins, but he signed
ownership of the building to the
127 in the group.
"I wanted to give the club back
to its members," Perkins said.
"They're the ones who enjoy it and
use it, so it should be theirs. It was
always my plan to give it to the
members in my will, but I decided
it would be easier on everyone if I
did it now."
The ZSC was formed April 4,
2007 when the building with the
courts was bought by Perkins from
the Tourist Club of Zephyrhills after
the latter group had some financial
problems. Perkins wanted to keep
the shuffleboard courts open for all
the members, so he took the eco-
nomic risk.
"We, the members, were and
still are extremely grateful," said
Chuck Moulton, ZSC treasurer."His
vision was for the club to always be
maintained as a facility for shuffling
even after he was no longer able to
participate."
Perkins, whose wife Diane was
also at the signing, said he still plays
See CLUB, page 20


Keri Everlove White (left) and Lizzy Mead
are working together to recruit people to
participate in a long-term study being con-
ducted by the American Cancer Society.
(Photo by B.C. Manion)


Searching


for a cure

Long-term study aims to
find out more about what
causes and prevents cancer

By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com
Volunteers will be recruitedApril 1 at
the Relay for Life in Zephyrhills to partici-
pate in a major study being conducted by
the American Cancer Society.
The Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-
3) is a long-term study that aims to help
researchers to better understand the ge-
netic, environmental and lifestyle factors
that can cause or prevent cancer.
Previous research efforts by the
American Cancer Society have had signif-
icant impacts.Those studies confirmed
the link between cigarette smoking and
lung cancer, demonstrated the link be-
tween larger waist size and increased
death rates from cancer and other causes,
and showed the considerable impact of
air pollution on heart and lung condi-
tions.
The cancer society's Analytic
Epidemiology research program is re-
cruiting about 300,000 men and women
across the United States and Puerto Rico
to take part in the CPS-3.
Zephyrhills is one of 10 sites in Florida
where volunteers are being recruited in
See CURE, page 15


Zephyrhills High students Cody Barrington, center, and Zackari Wideman speak with Mayor
Cliff McDuffie after adjournment of the regular Zephyrhills City Council meeting Monday,
March 14 at City Hall. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble)


Skateboarders give council

_ new spin on park conditions


By Tammy Sue Struble
tstruble@cnewspubs.com
Three Zephyrhills High students attend-
ed the Zephyrhills City Council meeting on
Monday evening to share the concerns of
101 area skateboarders.
ZackariWideman, Cody Barrington and
Jacob Henderson presented the council
with a petition signed by skateboarders
who use Krusen Field skate park.
Wideman, 16, explained that the skate
park in Krusen Field was in need of repairs
and asked if the city would be able to fix it
up for the many skateboarders who use the
facility. Council members explained that
there were not a lot of extra funds in the
budget for such projects, but offered up sev-
eral solutions.


City Manager Steve Spina provided
Wideman with contact information and stat-
ed that he would be happy to meet with
the students to see if there are any types of
grants that might work for the situation.
Council member JodiWilkeson suggest-
ed a combination of ideas such as
fundraising, Rotary, private funds and con-
crete or asphalt donations from a business.
The general consensus of the council was
positive in that the teen skaters took the ini-
tiative to get signatures and present their
problem to the city council.
Mayor Cliff McDuffie and Councilman
Manny Funes expressed concern that all
safety precautions were being made and
rules were being followed at the park.The
mayor asked for help policing the park to
See PARK, page 20


ZEPHYRHILLS FLIPS FOR FOUNDER'S DAY
Above, Shelby Johnson,
13, of Blackwood Studios
in Dade City was almost
painful to watch as she did
some backbreaking acro-
batics during her dance
routine to "I Like to Fuss"
at Time Square during
Zephyrhills Founder's Day
Saturday.

At left, Zephyrhills High
sophomore Victoria
Esqueda, 16, performs at
the entertainment stage at
Time Square for the 2011
Founder's Day celebrations
in Zephyrhills. Esqueda
also sang the Star
Spangled Banner for the
I . opening ceremonies.
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HiBrow offers space for


artists to showcase works


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

It's a place that invites visitors to
drink in all kinds of artistic cre-
ations.
There are woven baskets, metal
sculptures, oil paintings, watercol-
ors, digital art, wildlife photography
and photography of nature and
other outdoor scenes.
There's jewelry, too.
It's also a setting for art classes
and is known for its special events, Lynds
where people can decorate cup- artist'
cakes,do makeovers and engage in B.C.
all sorts of other fun stuff.
Welcome to HiBrowArt Gallery,
at 14127 Seventh St., in downtown
Dade City.
The nonprofit artists' co-op is
part of Dade City Center for the Arts
Inc.
The art gallery occupies just one
of three spaces in the building,
owned by Dade City Commissioner
Camille Hernandez and her hus-
band, David.
One of the other spaces in the
building soon will become the
home of a bakery, and the other High-i
space is a venue used for concerts creatic
and other special events.
The artist co-op works like this:
Members pay $35 a month to dis-
play their works and volunteer to
staff the gallery once a month. If 9
they can't work the gallery, they pay "
a slightly higher fee of $60 a month,
said Stuart Marcus, a wildlife photog-
rapher who is one of the co-op
artists.
Artists get to display several
works on the walls and also can
have a bin of works for sale, Marcus
said.They get to keep 100 percent All so
of the proceeds from the sales of for pu
their works on display and pay a 25 Cente
percent commission for works that
are sold from their bins, he said.
That's significant for artists because they
often pay commissions of 35 percent or
more at galleries selling their works said
Marcus, who also leases an extra room there.
Besides giving artists a place to display
their work, the gallery also rotates the works
around the gallery, to ensure each artist gets
equal treatment, said Lyndsie Daughtery,
who works at the gallery.
The gallery space, which opened two
years ago, has undergone substantial im-
provements.
Besides a fresh coat of paint, the gallery
now has more display space, too.
"We just put this new wall up.We want-
ed to have more space.We want to get as
much work up (on display) for our artists as
we can,' Daughtery said,
The additional space has made more
room for new artists, she said.Those show-
ing works in the gallery must have their
works approved before they can join the co-
op.
Marcus built the new wall for the gallery.
It adds 64 linear feet of wall space for artists
and can be moved and reconfigured to pro-
duce varying effects,he said.
The gallery also will be getting improved
lighting and flooring, which will benefit
both the artists and gallery visitors, Marcus
said.
Daughter, who attends Saint Leo
University, works at the gallery through an
arrangement between the gallery and the
university.
She loves her job.
"It's an interesting place to work,"
Daughter said."The artists - they all do
completely different things."
Marcus, for instance, shoots beautiful
photographs of wildlife, she said.
Eric Durham, another photographer,
takes stunning photos of nature, which he
displays on canvas, Daughtery said.The tech-
nique makes the photographs look like


THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS


;ie Daughtery works part-time at HiBrow, an
s co-op in downtown Dade City. (Photos by
Manion)


quality woven baskets are among the artistic
ons available at HiBrow Art Gallery.


rts of artworks are on display and are available
rchase at HiBrow Art Gallery in the Dade City
er for the Arts, Inc., in downtown Dade City.

paintings.
"It makes them look really, really pretty,"
she said.
Josephine Jones, another artist in the co-
op, does all sorts of painting in a variety of
media. She does abstracts and surrealism.
She does acrylics and oils. She also teaches.
She and her husband travel in a RV, and
when they're not on the road, they live in
Dade City.
"I teach at RV rallies," she said. She also
teaches at HiBrow.
She's the featured artist at the gallery this
month and is pleased to have her works on
display at HiBrow.
"It's very nice," she said, adding it will get
better when planned improvements are
made.
Prices for the jewelry, baskets and fine
art begin at around $15 for a piece of jewel-
ry to nearly $10,000 for an artwork.
HiBrow gets a fair amount of traffic,
Daughter said.
"People who come down here for vaca-
tion, they like to stroll around here. It's just a
nice place to come," she said."Some of the
same people come in here every week,' she
said.
She's also noticed an increasing number
of buyers, not just browsers.
"In the past few weeks, I've made more
sales and more sales and more sales,"
Daughter said."I can tell the economy is
getting better."


IFYOU GO
HiBrowArt Gallery, 14127 Seventh St.,
Dade City
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,Tuesday
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City celebrates 101st year
Founder's Day attracted fans of all ages and types, including the
four-legged variety, to downtown Zephyrhills on Saturday, March 12.


Lela Futch and Eddie Gay bring a genteel southern flavor to the float for the
Sons and Daughters of the Confederacy during the Zephyrhills Founder's Day
Parade Saturday. (Photo by Desiree Farnum)


While thousands of people lined the streets for the Zephyrhills Founder's Day Parade, there were
some who stood out with dogged determination. (Photo by Desiree Farnum)
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Parade.
(Photo by Gary S. '
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Finance officer for the AMVETS Post
550 Bryant "Whit" Whitaker pops a lot
of island fantasies as he plays the part
of an island girl on the AMVETS "South
Pacific" float during the Zephyrhills
Founder's Day Parade Saturday.
(Photo by Gary S. Hatrick)


Kailin Hoy, 10, of Helen's Baton and
Dance demonstrates hula-hoop dexteri-
ty at Time Square while entertaining
during the Zephyrhills Founder's Day
celebrations. (Photo by Gary S. Hatrick)


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Corn toss tournaments are regular events in Dade City. Participants at this event were at
Beef O' Brady's March 13. Watch for a big tourney on St. Patrick's Day this Thursday.


On the High Class Rednecks team, Travis
Gross of Dade City gives it a try at the corn toss
Tourney hosted regularly at Beef O' Brady's in
Dade City. The restaurant will also have a larger
tournament on St. Patrick's Day, March 17, with
registration and warm-ups starting at 3 p.m. The
tournament starts at 6 p.m. Beef's will also be
serving up corned beef and cabbage with bev-
erages from 11 a.m. until it runs out.


In the gallery at the tournament, Parker (left)
and Will Elkins of Zephyrhills keep an eye
on their dad, Lance Elkins.


Bonnie Yaeger, left, from Trilby, with oppo-
nent Will Pullin of Dade City competed in
the corn toss tournament.
Corn toss tourna-
ment spectators
Carol Green, from
the left, Gloria Traub
and Julius Traub
from Blue Jay Park
in Dade City enjoy a
beverage watching
the players at Beef
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Dade City. The sea-
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Michigan come to all
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Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month aims to save lives


Screenings key to success rate


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Colorectal cancer is the second leading
cause of cancer related death for men and
women in the United States, surprising con-
sidering how treatable it is if caught early.
"That's really the sad thing is about 90
percent of the people who have colorectal
cancer can be cured if it is discovered be-
fore it can spread," said Dr. Barry Frank,
gastroenterologist with Florida Medical
Clinic."Once it spreads, the death rate in-
creases tremendously.About 60 percent of
the people who die from colorectal cancer
could have been cured, but it was found too
late."
Frank said there are about 150,000 new
cases of the disease each year, affecting both
men and women.
"There is a misconception that only men
get colorectal cancer," Frank said."That's not
the case at all."
Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC) statistics report 142,672
people were diagnosed with the disease in
2007 in the United States, the most recent
figures available. Of those, 72,755 were
men, while 69,917 were women.
The same records show 53,219 people
died from colorectal cancer in 2007. Of
those, 27,004 were men and 26,215 were
women.
The CDC statistics show that African
Americans have the highest incidence rate
of colorectal cancer, followed by
Caucasians. Native Americans had the low-
est rate.
Frank said the medical world still does
not know for sure what causes colorectal
cancer.
"We know that eating a lot of red meat
may increase the chance of getting it," Frank
said."We also know that eating a lot of fiber


can help to reduce the
chance.Anything else is kind
of still a guess."
Frank said the most im-
portant thing in preventing
the disease is to get regular
screenings.
"We are very lucky here
because the screenings are
very available and they do
save lives," Frank said. "We
can go in and remove a
polyp before it progresses, ef-
fectively preventing
colorectal cancer. If it has
progressed to cancer, but
hasn't spread, we can easily
see that in the colonoscopy
and treat it."
The CDC's website agrees Dr. Barry Fra
with Frank.Wing)
"Colorectal cancer
screening saves lives," the
CDC website states."Screening can find pre-
cancerous polyps - abnormal growths in
the colon or rectum - so that they can be
removed before turning into cancer.
Screening also helps find colorectal cancer
at an early stage,when treatment often leads
to a cure.About nine out of every 10 people
whose colorectal cancer is found early and
treated are still alive five years later."
March has been deemed National


nk examines a photo of a non-cancerous polyp.


Colorectal CancerAwareness Month to spread
the word about how screenings save lives.
A normal person without a first-degree
relative who hasn't ever had colorectal can-
cer should start getting colonoscopies at age
50, and then every 10 years after that, ac-
cording to both Frank and the CDC. If
someone has one or more first-degree rela-
tives who have had the disease, they should
talk with their doctor about possibly start-


ing earlier and having
them done more often.
"Of the people who
should get screened, only
about 45 percent will,"
Frank said. "Some are
afraid of what the doctor
will find, some are embar-
rassed and some are afraid
of pain. There is no pain
from a colonoscopy and
there shouldn't be any
embarrassment. Everyone
over the age of 50 should
be getting them regularly."
Along with traditional
screenings, Pasco
Regional Medical Center
in Dade City is giving
Photo by Janet away free home screen-
ings for the month. The
home-based test detects
blood being passed, even
if it is too small an amount to see, within
two minutes.
Susan Frimmel, Pasco Regional spokes-
woman, said the goal is to get people in the
area accustomed to getting screenings. If the
test detects blood, the person should see his
or her doctor for further screenings.
Anyone can request a home-based test
by calling (352) 521-1100 or by visiting the
facility at 13100 Fort King Road.


Seen left is a normal colon. In the middle is an example of a small polyp, which can develop into cancer seen on the right. (Photos cour-
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The second annual Bark Fest at the dog
park on Collier Parkway will provide an
array of activities for pets and owners alike.
The event, which will be Saturday, March
19 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,will feature ven-
dors selling everything from dog toys to
food. Donations from attendees and vendors
will go to the local SPCA.
RuthAnn Collins, the recreation leader at
the Land O' Lakes complex, says that the
purpose behind Bark Fest is twofold.
"Besides raising funds for SPCA, we want
the public to know that there is a dog park
in Land O' Lakes, and that it's a great place
to bring your entire family," Collins said.
Bark Fest is in two different sections of
the dog park, with areas for both small and
larger animals.A variety of demonstrations, a
mobile vaccination center and the dog and
disc Frisbee competition qualifier will also
be headlining attractions.
"We wanted to provide a variety of activ-
ities; it's going to be bigger and better than
last year's, which was already a fabulous suc-
cess," Collins said.
This year, more vendors and demonstra-
tions will make their way to the dog park,
such as the grooming demonstration, a
crowd favorite.
Collins asks anyone willing to donate,
whether it's pet items or money, to stop by the
festival."Bark Fest is sure to be a fun time, and I
encourage everyone to come out and spend
some time with your pets in the fresh air."
LoreyTinti, an attendee at last year's Bark
Fest, said she can't wait for the upcoming
event.
"I'm absolutely going to Bark Fest again;
it's just such a great event that the commu-
nity can all go to together,"Tinti said.
Tinti went with her beagle-hound mix,
Trooper, after she heard about plans for the
festival."I loved watching Trooper interact
with the other dogs," she said. "But the


Oakley joined his owner Tasha Hyder at the
inaugural Bark Fest last year.
speed tail wagging and howling contests
were fun to watch too."
Tinti said that she would like to see more
dogs be taken home after this year's Bark
Fest."I hope people will adopt even more
pets this year.There were so many wonder-
ful dogs last year that deserve homes."
Tasha Hyder, who organized the first
Bark Fest before Collins took over, agrees
with Tinti.
"Although last year was a great success, I
would love to see more of the dogs get
adopted, as well as raising more money for
SPCA," Hyder said.
Bark Fest raised $500 and three huge bags
of pet supplies last year, but Hyder said that
she would love the donations to reach $5,000.
Hyder, who now lives in Jacksonville, is
making the trip to town in order to go to
the festival.
"I'm so happy how successful it's been
after only one year. I was shocked, since I
was only expecting 200 or so people, but
over 1,000 showed up."
Tinti, along with several hundred other
dog lovers, are expected to spend their
Saturday at the Collier Parkway dog park."If
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DAY LILY PROGRAM
The Garden Gate Circle of Zephyrhills will
meet at 9:30 a.m. March 17 at 6250 Jessup
Drive in Forest Lake Estates, to discuss Day
Lilies.Vicky Keffer will present the
program.Visitors and prospective members
are welcome. For information or directions,
call Liz Geiger at (813) 782-2681.
FUN STUFF
QUILT SHOW AND TEA
Tippecanoe Village will host a quilt show
and spring tea in the clubhouse from 11
a.m.-2 p.m. March 19.Admission is $3. Quilt
raffle tickets are $1 each.Tippecanoe is
located at the corner of Morris Bridge Road
and Chancey Road in Zephyrhills.
ART SHOW AND SALE
Tropical Acre Estates art club will host an
art show and sale from 12:30-3 p.m. March
19. Guest artists and quilt club presentation.
Light refreshments. Free admission.The
clubhouse is located on US 301 in
Zephyrhills. For information, call Chris
Flanagan at (813) 788-2507.
CARES BINGO
CARES Zephyrhills Center hosts bingo
every Thursday at St. Joseph's Church, 5345


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CHICKEN BARBECUE BENEFIT
The Christian and MissionaryAlliance Church, 6251 Fort
King Highway, is hosting a chicken barbecue from 5-8 p.m.
Apr. 1 to benefit the Zephyrhills Pregnancy Care Center.
Tickets are $7 and can be purchased in advance before
March 27 at the care center, 38021 EighthAve. For
information, call (813) 780-6885 Monday-Wednesday 10:30


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FOUR-LEGGED FRIENDS
DOGS' DAY IN DADE CITY
Bring your pet for an afternoon of fun
activities from 2-5 p.m. March 19 atAgnes
Lamb Park in downtown Dade City. Furry
friends must be on a leash. Events include a
wagon parade, costume contest and talent
competition.The park is located at Meridian
Avenue and Edwinola Way
BRING THE FAMILY
PACKING PARTY
The Lutz Patriots will have a packing party


at 8 a.m. March 26 at the Support Our
Troops warehouse, 29807 SR 54 inWesley
Chapel.The organization packs and ships
boxes to troops overseas. Items needed
include Q-tips, batteries, school supplies,
toys, feminine hygiene products,
deodorant, shampoo, and lip balm.There is
also a need for small snack items, such as
granola bars, the troops can carry on
patrol. If interested in volunteering for the
packing party or donating, contact Bruce
Hockensmith at lutzpatriots@verizon.net.
FOR MEN ONLY
FOR THE MEN OF EAST PASCO
NewWalk Church will host a dynamic
event by and for the men of east Pasco
County at 6 p.m. March 26 at East Pasco Y,
37301 Chapel Hill Loop in Zephyrhills.


Guest speakers are NFL Hall of Fame
quarterback Jim Kelly and Pastor Gary
Baldus. Music, games, food, prizes and
giveaways.Tickets on sale now for $10.
Maximum capacity 500. For ticket
information, call Jonathan Garafolo at
(813) 714-5808 or visit
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MUSIC AND MORE
ZEPHYRHILLS ELKS
Zephyrhills Elks offers multiple activities
Wednesday fun night with a light meal
from 5-6:30 p.m. and music from 6-9 p.m.,
Thursday bingo when doors open at 4 p.m.
and games start at 6 p.m., and Friday meals.
For information, call the lodge at (813) 782-
4604 or visit www.ZephyrhillsElks.org.
BRING THE FAMILY
TRILBY PICNIC
The annual Trilby homecoming picnic
begins at 10 a.m. March 19. Bring old Trilby
photos and family information, along with a
covered dish dinner and lawn chairs.The
picnic is under the oaks at Charlotte
Tomkow Whittington's Hunter Hill
property, 36315 Tomkow Lane in Trilby, off
CR 575. Blue signs will be posted. For
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ALzTHE BEST PLAYERS OF WINTER News2010 SELECTED BY SPORTS EDITOR KYLE LOJACONO

THE BEST PLAYERS OF WINTER 2010 SELECTED BY SPORTS EDITOR KYLE LOJACONO


The Laker and the Lutz News has named itsAll-Laker/All-Lutz News teams for

the 2010 winter high school athletic season. Members of the teams were selected

based on their skill, value to their squad, final statistics and head-to-head matchups.


Teams in the coverage area include Academy at the Lakes, Carrollwood Day,

Freedom, Gaither, Land O' Lakes, Land O' Lakes Christian, Pasco, Saddlebrook Prep,

Steinbrenner, Sunlake,Wesley Chapel,Wiregrass Ranch, Zephyrhills and

Zephyrhills Christian.

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the FHSAA. Sports Editor Kyle Lojacono selected the team. He can be reached at klojacono@cnewspubs.com.


GIRLS FIRST TEAM
-GUARD: Hannah Nobel, Sr., Wesley
Chapel. Averaged just less than 20 points per
game, more than any other girls basketball
player in the area,
-GUARD: Kaitynn Pacholke, Sr.,
Freedom. Led the Patriots with 15.3 points
per game, 210 assists and 127 steals.Also pulled
down 136 rebounds despite being 5-foot4.
-GUARD: Shanel Sweet, Sr., Land O'
Lakes. Put up a team-high 18.4 points per
game and 131 assists,while also adding 86
steals and 54 rebounds.
-FORWARD: Simone Brown, So., Land
O' Lakes. Had a team leading 325 rebounds
and 98 steals, while adding 81 assists, 46
blocks and 13.3 points per game.
-CENTER: Nicole Woodard, Sr., Land O'
Lakes. A dominating defensive presence,
Woodard led the Gators with 80 blocks,while
adding 176 rebounds, 69 steals and 6.7 points
per game.

GIRLS SECOND TEAM
-GUARD:Jeileen Mas-Rodriguez, Sr.,
Wiregrass Ranch. Put up 13.5 points per
game as the Bulls second scoring option, and
also had 73 rebounds, 46 assists and 41 steals.
-GUARD: Marjorie Rivera, 8th,
Academy at the Lakes. Started for the
Wildcats as an eighth-grader and was one of
the squad's top scorers by season's end.
-FORWARD: Andrea Mauger, So.,
Academy at the Lakes. Averaged close to 20
points a game for the Wildcats, who won the
first district title in program history.
-FORWARD: Kelly McCaffrey, Jr.,
Wiregrass Ranch. One of the most versatile
players in the area, led the Bulls with 15.4
points per game, 92 steals and 72 assists.Also
pulled down 186 rebounds.
-CENTER: Lindsay Taggart, Sr.,
Freedom. Had a team-high 192 rebounds and
91 blocks, and also contributed 14.1 points
per game, 39 steals and 27 assists.

GIRLS HONORABLE MENTION
-GUARD: Lauren Gould, Sr., Wiregrass
Ranch. Averaged 9.2 points per game in her
senior season, while adding 64 rebounds, 32
steals and 26 assists.


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GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Shanel Sweet, Land O' Lakes. Last
season Land O' Lakes won just four
games, but everything changed when
Sweet transferred from Gaither.The sen-
ior point guard had a team-high 18.4
points per game and 131 assists,but
added a lot more as the Gators'leader.
She always took control of the game in
crunch time, and did it well enough to
help Land O' Lakes win a district title
and reach the regional finals. Sweet did
that while playing with two badly
sprained thumbs for much of the year.

-GUARD:Julia Della Penna, Sr., Land
O' Lakes.Always a threat to hit a 3-pointer,
put up 8.3 points per game while adding 54
steals, 49 rebounds, 48 assists and 20 blocks.
-GUARD: Shade' Williams, Jr., Freedom.
Had 9.4 points per game, 100 rebounds, 82 steals
and 74 assists.Also stepped up her play near the
end of the season when it mattered most.
-FORWARD: Kendra Sheets, Jr., Land
O' Lakes. Did a lot of the dirty work down
low for the Gators. Came up with 139 re-
bounds, 36 steals and 5.6 points per game.
-CENTER: Kayla Deloach, Sr.,
Wiregrass Ranch. Led the Bulls with 215 re-
bounds and 73 blocks.Also put up 10 points
per contest, 32 steals and 24 assists.


GIRLS COACH OF THE YEAR:
Laurie Fitzpatrick, Land O' Lakes. Fitzpatrick seems to
be the right coach for the Gators. In her first season with Land
O' Lakes, she helped the squad go 24-3,20 more wins than the
year before. She also had to incorporate two new starters who
transferred in, Shanel Sweet and Simone Brown from Gaither
and Wesley Chapel respectivelyThe Gators also won two play-
off games en route to a Class 4A regional finals appearance for
the first time in program history.


BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Erik Thomas, Wesley ChapeL
Thomas is only a sophomore and will be
dominating the paint for years to come.
His 15.2 points per game was the second
most for the Wildcats, and also led the
squad with 220 rebounds and 21 blocks.
He is the down-low threat for a young
nucleus for Wesley Chapel that will likely
return most of its starters next season.


BOYS FIRST TEAM
-GUARD: Christian Parra, So., Wesley
Chapel. Was the Wildcats leader with 15.4
points per game, 91 assists and 59 steals.Also
pulled down 83 rebounds.
-GUARD:James Tringali, Sr.,
Wiregrass Ranch. Had a team-high 211 as-
sists this season while adding 164 rebounds,
46 steals and 6.3 points per game.
-FORWARD: Tanner Carey, Sr.,
Wiregrass Ranch. Led the Bulls with 12.9
points per game, while adding 135 rebounds,
47 steals and 35 assists.


-FORWARD: Erik Thomas, So., Wesley
Chapel. Thomas was the inside presence for
Wesley Chapel, scoring 15.2 points per game
with a team-high 220 rebounds and 21
blocks.
-CENTER: Michael Chase, Sr.,
Wiregrass Ranch. Owned the inside for the
Bulls, scoring 10.3 points per game and added
220 rebounds and 50 blocks.

BOYS SECOND TEAM
-GUARD: Donald Simmons, Sr., Pasco.
Had a team-high 16.6 points per game and 21
steals.Also pulled down 80 rebounds and
added 21 steals and 10 blocks.
-GUARD: Darrell Warren, Sr., Land O'
Lakes. Led the Gators with 13 points per
game while adding 53 assists, 49 steals and 67
rebounds.
-FORWARD: Hakeeme Ishmar, Sr.,
Pasco. Was the Pirates second leading scorer
with 13.5 points per game, but was also one
of their best defenders with 174 rebounds
and 20 steals.
-FORWARD: Rico Kerney, So.,
Wiregrass Ranch. Just call him the Bulls re-
bound machine. He pulled down 233 while
adding 59 steals and 10 points per game.
-CENTER: Allan Dunlap, Sr., Land O'
Lakes Christian. Did not play the toughest
competition, but put up a team-high 24.4
points per game, 281 rebounds and 57 blocks.

BOYS HONORABLE MENTION
-GUARD: Stefan Bayne, So., Wesley
Chapel. Finished with the second most as-
sists, 76, and steals, 40, for Wesley Chapel.
-GUARD:Justin Thomopalos, Jr., Land
O' Lakes.Was the Gators leader with 97 as-
sists and 50 steals.Also had 74 rebounds and
6.9 points per game.
-FORWARD: Vincent Bayne, Sr.,
Wesley Chapel. Was second for the Wildcats
with 147 rebounds and 20 blocks.
-FORWARD:Jacob Guy, Jr., Pasco. Led
the Pirates with 31 blocks while pulling down
115 rebounds and adding 8.5 points per
game.
-CENTER: Max Bartels, Sr., Land O'
Lakes. Pulled down a team-high 176 re-
bounds and also had 29 blocks.


BOYS COACH OF THE YEAR:
Jeremy Calzone, Wiregrass Ranch. He is the only coach
the program has ever known. Last year, Calzone and the Bulls
used a slower offense to get the ball to their inside players, but
switched to a high-tempo attack this season when personnel
changed.The new mindset helped the Bulls win the first dis-
trict championship in program history and the first regional
tournament appearance and win as well.Wiregrass Ranch
went 22-8 and reached the Class 4A regional semifinals.


GIRLS FIRST TEAM
-FORWARD: A.J. Blount, So., Wiregrass
Ranch. Led the Bulls with 40 goals while
adding 15 assists.
-FORWARD: Alexis Bredeau, So.,
Steinbrenner. Her 24 goals and 13 assists;
helped the Warriors bring home a state cham-
pionship.
-FORWARD: Cici Gonzalez, Jr.,
Steinbrenner. Put up 33 goals and 34 as-
sists, the only Hillsborough County player to
post a 30/30 season.
-FORWARD: Berlin Waters, So.,
Wiregrass Ranch. Probably the fastest member
of the all-star team, posted 21 goals and a team-
high 19 assists.
-MIDFIELDER: Caity Chandler, Sr.,
Gaither. Scored 10 goals from the midfield
and part of the first Cowboys team to reach
the regional finals since 2004.
-MIDFIELDER: Nicole Esposito, Sr.,
Wiregrass Ranch. Esposito was like another
coach on the field for the Bulls and con- GIRLS PL
tribute seven assists. Cici Gon
-MIDFIELDER: Danielle Eule, Fr., Gonzalez pu
Steinbrenner. A starter as a freshman on a and 34 assist
state champion squad, she recorded 11 goals the only Hill
and 12 assists for the Warriors. cer player to
-MIDFIELDER: Sierra Monday, Sr., 30 assists.W,
Wiregrass Ranch. Scored seven goals and team captain
recorded five assists, but was also one of the district chan
best defensive midfielders. pionship and
-DEFENDER: Carly Cepelak, Sr., champions
Gaither. Part of the Gaither backline that second-year
posted 10 shutouts this year.
-DEFENDER: Kelsey Huntzinger, So.,
Steinbrenner. Huntzinger and the Warriors -MIDFIELI
defense allowed just 12 goals all year. She also Wiregrass Rai
recorded six goals and four assists, added 11 assist
-GOALKEEPER: Emily Ball, Jr., Bulls forwards J
Freedom. Had 76 saves and allowed only five -MIDFIELD
goals in 16 games this season. Steinbrenner.
iors on the Warr
GIRLS SECOND TEAM goal to win the
-FORWARD: Taylor Meek, Fr., Gaither. -MIDFIELI
Had 12 goals in her first high school season. Wiregrass Rai
Opposing coaches always kept a defender on ing contribution
her to prevent clean breakaways. -DEFENDE
-FORWARD: Lauren Moore, Sr., Steinbrenner.
Gaither. Led the Cowboys with 13 goals the Warriors ba
while adding five assists and was also a team also adding two
captain. -DEFENDE
-FORWARD: Kayla Robinson, Sr., Land Gaither. Led tt
O' Lakes. Had 12 of the Gators 46 goals this from the backli
season, more than 25 percent of their tallies. -DEFENDI
-FORWARD:Jenna Stiling, Jr., O' Lakes. One
Freedom. Led the Patriots with 13 goals and backline, was ii
helped the team repeat as district champions. Athletic Coache
-MIDFIELDER:Jordanyne' Fye, Jr., -GOALKEI
Wiregrass Ranch. Scored three goals and Wiregrass Rai
had four assists, but was always at the center while allowing
of the midfield action, and a 1.07 goal


GIRLS COACH OF THE YEAR:
Erin Dodd, Wiregrass Ranch. Erin Dodd did things in
her first year coaching the Wiregrass Ranch program never
before done.The Bulls went 23-3-2, the first 20-win season for
the girls soccer team.The program won a combined 22
games the previous four seasons.The Bulls also won the first
district tournament game en route to the Class 4A-District 8
championship and won two regional tournament games.


WRESTLING FIRST TEAM
-Josman Gamez, Jr., Pasco. Came in
third place in the Class 1A, 112-pound class
state competition, better than any other
wrestler in the area. He finished the season
with a 48-5 record.
-Dylan Koesling, Sr., Wiregrass
Ranch. Finished in sixth place in Florida in the
Class 2A, 130-pound weight class and went 41-
15 on the year.
-John Ortiz, So., Sunlake. Placed
sixth in the Class 2A, 112-pound state tour-
nament. He is only the second Seahawk to
ever place in states and finished with a 44-8
record.


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AYER OF THE YEAR:
zalez, Steinbrenner. Cici
t up a team-high 33 goals
s for Steinbrenner this year,
sborough County girls soc-
have at least 30 goals and
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is on the team that won a
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school.

DER: Anne Cypriano, So.,
nch. Scored 10 goals and
s. Her passes helped spring the
for breakaway chances.
iER: Carly Keene, Sr.,
She was one of only three sen-
riors team. Scored her biggest
state championship in overtime.
)ER: Sydnee Newby, Jr.,
nch. Was all over the field mak-
ns in all of the Bulls games.
IR: Miranda Gonzalez, Fr.,
Made a huge difference for
ckline as a freshman, while
o goals and four assists.
IR: Kaycee McGuire, Jr.,
he Cowboys with 10 assists
ne and also scored four goals.
ER: Brittany Nieves, Sr., Land
of the leaders of the Gators
ivited to play in the Florida
esAssociation all-star classic.
3PER: Dayton Wetherby, So.,
nch. Game up with 101 saves
21 goals. Had seven shutouts
s against average.


WRESTLING


WRESTLING SECOND TEAM
-Josh Folford, Sr., Steinbrenner. Got
to the second round of the Class 1A, 140-
pound state competition.
-Andrew Ford, Sr., Freedom. Won his first
match in the Class 3A, 189-pound state event.
-Austin Hanold, So., Steinbrenner.
Advanced to the Class 1A, 103-pound state
quarterfinals.
-Ryon Keith, Sr., Steinbrenner. Qualified


BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Kody Parker, Land O' Lakes. Kody
Parker is arguably one of the best goal-
keepers to play in Pasco County, posting
95 saves and recording 15 shutouts in 24
games played this season.Allowed just
12 goals all year, but was also the vocal
leader for the Gators on the field, con-
stantly calling out commands to his
teammates. His presence in net and lead-
ership helped Land O' Lakes go 23-2 en
route to winning a conference and dis-
trict championship this season. He will
continue playing at the University of
Tampa next year.


BOYS FIRST TEAM
-FORWARD:Jordan Landry, Sr.,
Sunlake. Scored 51 goals this season, giving
him a program record 117 for his career.
-FORWARD: Miguel Laliberte, Jr., Land
O' Lakes. Had a team-high 25 goals and con-
tributed 11 assists to the high-flying Gators
attack.
-FORWARD:Jordan See, Sr., Gaither.
Scored 15 goals and record 10 assists to help
the Cowboys reach the final four despite having
a badly pulled hamstring for much of the year.
-FORWARD: Zachary Wheeler, Sr.,
Gaither. Led the Cowboys with 24 goals and
15 assists after putting up only six goals and
10 assists the year before.
-MIDFIELDER: Rokas Daugala, So.,
Wiregrass Ranch. Daugala was a very aggres-
sive midfielder, posting a team-high 14 goals.


-MIDFIELDER:Jake Frahm, Jr., Land O'
Lakes. Led the Gators with 19 assists and tal-
lied nine goals, while also being one of the
best ball handlers on the field.
-MIDFIELDER:Justin Lyles, Sr., Land O'
Lakes. Put up 10 goals and 14 assists in his sen-
ior campaign while also being a team captain.
-MIDFIELDER: Steffan Siebel-Cortopassi,
Sr., Gaither. Had five goals and three assists,
but made his mark with his ball handling.
-DEFENDER: Charlie Delmar, Sr.,
Gaither. One of the most physical players in
the area, has been a constant for the Cowboys
since transferring from Sickles as a junior.
-DEFENDER: Steven Mazza, Jr., Pasco.
Was a constant frustration for the opposition
to get through, and also posted three assists.
-GOALKEEPER: Kody Parker, Sr., Land
O' Lakes. Allowed only 12 goals all season
and posted 15 shutouts.

BOYS SECOND TEAM
-FORWARD: Max Caceres, Sr., Wesley
Chapel. Led the Wildcats with 20 goals. Six of
those scores came in one game, a program
record.
-FORWARD: Andy Garcia, Jr., Land O'
Lakes. Came up with 21 goals and 16 assists
this year, the second most of any Gator in
both categories.
-FORWARD: Eric Garcia, Sr., Pasco. A
team captain who led Pasco with both 24
goals and 12 assists this season.
-FORWARD:Josh Davis, Jr., Land O'
Lakes. Was third for Land O' Lakes with 18
goals, while also adding seven assists.
-MIDFIELDER:Jose Flores, So., Pasco.
Added 17 goals and 10 assists to the Pirates at-
tack, but was as much of a defensive
contributor at midfield.
-MIDFIELDER: Nathan Dalton, Jr.,
Land O' Lakes. Another dangerous Gators
midfielder, put up 12 goals and 12 assists this
year.
-MIDFIELDER: Dillon Dunbar, Jr.,
Pasco. The tallest Pirate at 6-foot-2,he used his
height to head in goals on set pieces. Lit up the
scoreboard 14 times and had 10 assists.
-MIDFIELDER: Daniel Cano, Sr., Pasco.
A senior and team captain, found the back of
the net 10 times and put up nine assists.
-DEFENDER:Jose Flores, Sr., Pasco.
One of the biggest reasons why the Pirates al-
lowed only 13 goals and recorded 14 shutouts
this season.
-DEFENDER:Jacob Snidle, Jr., Gaither.
Took a lot of the free kicks for the Cowboys,
which set up his teammates to score 10 teams.
-GOALKEEPER:John Nardozzi, Sr.,
Gaither. Saved 97 percent of the shots he
faced. Recorded 90 saves and posted 11
shutouts.


BOYS COACH OF THE YEAR:
Sam Koleduk, Sunlake. Guided the Seahawks to the
first regional tournament in program history, reaching the
Class 4A regional finals in the program's fourth year. Sunlake
finished with a 20-9-1 record, the first 20-win season for the
program. Koleduk's team did not win a district champi-
onship, but the squad got further than any other Pasco
County team this season.


WRESTLER OF THE YEAR:
Josman Gamez, Pasco. Placed better
than any other wrestler in the area, third in
Class 1A, 112-pound class state tournament.
He had a 44-5 record, winning 90.6 percent of
his matches.That is the highest of anyone in
the area who placed in the state event.

COACH OF THE YEAR:
Paul Noble, Steinbrenner. Noble turned
the Warriors into a threat in area wrestling. Four
of the coach's students reached the state tour-
nament this year, more than any other team in
the area.That fact is made more impressive
given that Steinbrenner is only 2 years old.


for the Class 1A, 189-pound state competition.
-Trey Lawson, Sr., Freedom. Got to
the Class 3A, 160-pound state competition.
-Nick Popolillo, Jr., Wesley Chapel.
The only Wildcat in the state event, Popolillo
advanced to the second round of the Class
1A, 152-pound tournament.
-Tyler Reed, Sr., Steinbrenner.
Defeated two opponents in the Class 1A, 171-
pound state event.


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By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
The Pasco baseball team has carved out a
reputation of success since Ricky Giles took
the helm 19 years ago, and the veteran skip-
per hopes his young squad can return to the
postseason in 2011.
"We have some good young athletes,"
Giles said."Right now we have about eight
or nine sophomores, so our future is bright.
The keys to our season are the young guys
getting better."
The Pirates (5-3) went 16-6 last year, but
were knocked out of the Class 4A-District 7
tournament in the semifinals.To make the
regional tournament, a team has to reach
the finals of districts.
Before last year, Pasco had reached nine
straight regional tournaments, but has not
made the state finals since 1997.To make a
deep postseason run, Giles will need to rely
on production from the few veteran Pirates.
"Trey (Dudley-Giles), Cole Stancil and Tyler
Brock, they bring a lot of maturity," Giles said.
"They have played here quite a bit. So what
we do have, about five guys, who have that
maturity.Then we have MichaelWilson, who
came in from Zephyrhills, and he's very tal-
ented too.We do have some veteran guys to
go with the young guys too. It's a good mix."
Stancil and Brock are both seniors, two
of only four on the Pirates roster. Dudley-
Giles andWilson are both juniors.
One of the younger contributors this
year is sophomore pitcher and corner out-
fielder Logan Johnson, who is in his first
year on varsity. He says he has learned from
older players.
"Trey tells me to slow the game down on
the mound,"Johnson said."MichaelWilson
has helped me in the outfield a lot too."


Tyler Brock rounds the bases after hitting a home run against
Wesley Chapel this year.


Johnson recently had a setback while
pitching against Wesley Chapel March 4. In
the first inning,Wildcats pitcher Brandon
Mumaw hit a ball that deflected off
Johnson's pitching hand, breaking one of
Johnson's fingers. Giles said Johnson will be
out for several weeks while the bone heals.
"It's a big loss for us because he was get-
ting comfortable as a pitcher and outfielder,"
Giles said."We still have a lot of good young
athletes though and I think we'll be able to
stay above water while he gets back.We'll


Zephyrhills transfer Michael Wilson steals a base against Wesley
Chapel. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)


need him in districts."
Wilson hit .403 with
21 runs scored, 14 steals,
13 RBI and two home
runs last year at


Zephyrhills.
"I hit every day," Wilson said. "That's
where everything starts. I make sure I'm al-
ways staying in the game."
Through the Pirates first six games
Wilson is batting .385. Stancil is at .397 on
the year with seven runs scored, six RBI and
a team-high five doubles. Sophomore third
baseman Malik Johns has a team-high 12
hits and four steals while batting .444.
Senior second baseman and outfielder
Adrian Serrato is leading the Pirates with a
.625 batting average 10 hits, seven runs


scored and three doubles. Dudley-Giles has
scored eight runs, four RBI and has hit one
home run.
Dudley-Giles has a team-high 17 strike-
outs while on the pitching mound with a
1-0 record in three appearances. Stancil has
a team-best 1.40 ERA.
Despite the Pirates winning record,
Dudley-Giles thinks the team can be even
more dangerous.
"It's starting slow," Dudley-Giles said.
"We're not hitting like we're capable of, but
we're playing good defense. Hopefully the
hitting comes in.When it does we'll be a
hard team to beat."
-All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com
by coaches.


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thusiasm, progress and
professionalism, Vonnie Mikkelsen, the
chamber of executive director states in a
news release.


CURE, from page 1
2011, said Ebonee Pope, the CPS-3 coordina-
tor for the American Cancer Society.
Recruitment efforts for the study began
in 2006 and will continue through 2013, she
said.
Zephyrhills was selected because of its
demographics and its consistent support of
American Cancer Society efforts, Pope said.
Student participants must be between 30
and 65 years old.They also must be willing
to make a long-term commitment to the
project, Pope said.
The study is open only to people who
have not been diagnosed with cancer -
with the exception of basil or squamous cell
skin cancer, she said.
Those wishing to volunteer will be able
to sign up at a tent, from 6-10 p.m., at the
Zephyrhills Relay for Life at Zephyrhills
High School, 6335 12th St.,in Zephyrhills.
Those signing up will be required to sub-
mit a blood sample, which will be drawn at
the site, Pope said.A measurement also will
be taken of the participant's waist, she said.
They also will report their height and
weight, she said.
Study participants also will be asked to
fill out a survey to provide baseline informa-
tion about their lifestyle and other factors
related to health, she said.
After the initial questionnaire is complet-
ed, follow-up surveys will be sent every few
years to those taking part in the study, Pope
said. Participants also will receive annual
newsletters to inform them about ongoing
research efforts.
Keri Everlove White, director of develop-
ment for Florida Medical Clinic's Foundation
of Caring, is chairing the Zephyrhills CPS-3
effort.
Lizzy Mead, a Lutz-based community rep-
resentative for the American Cancer Society,
also will be playing an instrumental role in
signing up people to take part.
Organizers hope to recruit 160 to 190
study participants at the Zephyrhills event,
White said. It shouldn't take more than 20
or 30 minutes to get registered, she said.
The study will be tracking participants
for 20 to 30 years.
"The study is looking at your genetics,
your environment, what you eat,"White said.
The Foundation of Caring will provide
13 volunteers to register volunteers for the
study,White said,noting the organization is a
huge supporter of the American Cancer
Society.
Recruiting volunteers for the long-term
study is just one element of the Zephyrhills
Relay for Life, both Mead andWhite said.
"The relay itself is a huge community
awareness event,"White said.Those attend-
ing the event will have a chance to learn
about various types of cancer and recom-
mended screenings.
The event does raise money, but it's
more than just a fundraiser, Mead said. It is
also about community and about expressing
passion for a cause, Mead said.
Relay for Life brings survivors, caregivers
and community volunteers together, Mead
said, noting this year's Relay for Life in
Zephyrhills is expected to draw about 1,000
people, including nearly 200 team members
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Same Day Surgery Center at 6733 Gall
Blvd. in Zephyrhills will have a free vision
and cataract screening during its open
house beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday,
March 19.
There also will be a cash prize drawing,
refreshments and tours of the facility. The
event also features a vision correction semi-
nar by local cataract surgeons Ahad
Mahootchi, MD and Shawn Chhabra, MD.
The facility is just behind The Eye Clinic
of Florida.To reserve your space, call (813)
779-3338. For more information, contact Dr.
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Zephyrhills Relay for Life,
April 1-2
* 5 p.m. Survivors and their caregivers
are invited to a dinner. (Please pre-
register by calling (813) 949-0291,
Ext. 5609 or go to
www.relayforlife.org/zephyrhillsfl
* 6 p.m. Opening ceremony: Survivors
take the first lap, followed by each
team taking their own lap.
* 9 p.m. Luminarias are lit, generators
are shut off and the entire stadium is
quiet for the "Time to Remember"
lap, which honors those who have
lost the battle to cancer.
* I I p.m.The general public leaves
and teams continue to walk through
the night.
* I I a.m.,April 2: Closing ceremony




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City Park, 12750 Oak St.,April 30


* Relay for Life ofWesley Chapel,Wesley
Chapel High, 30651 Wells Road,
Wesley Chapel, May 6


* Relay for Life ofWiregrass,Wiregrass
Ranch High, 2909 Mansfield Blvd., in
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Mead said the overarching themes for
Relay for Life are: "Celebrate. Remember.
Fight back."
Each individual Relay for Life also has its
own theme, she said. In Zephyrhills, the theme
is "Cartoons" and the slogan for the event is
"AnApril Fool's Relay: Cancer is no Joke."
Teams register and pay a $100 commit-
ment fee, which gives them a campsite and
a campsite theme,White said.
The event has its solemn moments,
when those who have succumbed to can-
cer are remembered, Mead said. But it also
has an air of celebration, too, when people
celebrate the gains that have been made in
the battle.
"There is music.There are games.There
is food," Mead said."It's a big, carnival-like at-
mosphere."
The goal is to raise $73,000 through the
Zephyrhills Relay for Life, Mead said.
Teams raise money by selling various
items at their booths, including coffee, ener-
gy drinks and boiled peanuts.
"Come out and have dinner,"White sug-
gested.
Or, just come out to take part,White said.
A donation is not required, she said."Come
out and just walk."
Or, she suggested,"come out and have
dinner."
The event begins at 5 p.m. onApril 1 and
ends at 11 a.m. the following day.
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Zephyrhills Shuffleboard Club treasurer Chuck Moulton at the club's courts.


CLUB, from page 1
at the courts almost every day during the
four months they winter in Zephyrhills.The
rest of the year is spent in Wisconsin.
"We must be the luckiest shufflers in
Florida," Moulton said."Not many people are
as generous as Bob and Diane. Bob ob-
served the need and was able to fulfill that
need."
After the club was formed nearly four
years ago, the group's membership in-
creased and donations were collected to
make improvements to the courts. One of
the larger additions was coverings over all
16 of the ZSC's courts.
"I think it looks much better than when
we started in 2007," Perkins said."The hard
work of the members has made it look so
good. It's really special to think that we
were able to save it from closing and to see


PARK, from page 1
ensure helmets were being worn for their
safety and that rules were being followed.
After the meeting, the young men gave
more insight to the skate park issue."Even a
temporary fix would be better than what
we have now," Barrington said.
"The asphalt is very pitted and our
wheels are small," Zackari added as


what it looks like today."
Club membership is $45 per person or
$75 per couple for one year, or $15 per
month for more seasonal residents. There
are no resident restrictions to join.The fee
also includes membership to the Florida
Shuffleboard Association.
The ZSC hosts many club, area, central
district and state shuffleboard tournaments
each year. It also has an exchange night with
the Betmar Shuffleboard Club each Tuesday
and Thursday night to create area competi-
tion and fun.
The club has morning pickup games and
relaxed play each afternoon during the win-
ter months. There are also instructional
programs for the winter season for both
novice and advanced shufflers. For more in-
formation on the club, call (813) 779-9513
or visit www.zephyrhillsshuffle.com.


Barrington held out his open hands and
showed hefty scrapes from a minor fall.
Henderson helped draft the signature pe-
tition during lunch hour at Zephyrhills
High.
After attending the meeting,Wideman
agreed that they were,"going to try and get
everyone there (skateboarding) and in the
community to help police the area."


CORRECTION:
Piccola Italia restaurant in Zephyrhills celebrated its 25th anniversary on March 1. The
anniversary date was incorrect in the March 9 edition of The Laker.


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TheLAKER MARCH 16,2011 FREE Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition Zephyrhills High students Cody Barrington, center, and Zackari Wideman speak with Mayor Cliff McDuffie after adjournment of the regular Zephyrhills City Council meeting Monday, March 14 at City Hall. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble)By Tammy Sue Strubletstruble@cnewspubs.comThree Zephyrhills High students attended the Zephyrhills City Council meeting on Monday evening to share the concerns of 101 area skateboarders. Zackari Wideman,Cody Barrington and Jacob Henderson presented the council with a petition signed by skateboarders who use Krusen Field skate park. Wideman,16,explained that the skate park in Krusen Field was in need of repairs and asked if the city would be able to fix it up for the many skateboarders who use the facility.Council members explained that there were not a lot of extra funds in the budget for such projects,but offered up several solutions. City Manager Steve Spina provided Wideman with contact information and stated that he would be happy to meet with the students to see if there are any types of grants that might work for the situation. Council member Jodi Wilkeson suggested a combination of ideas such as fundraising,Rotary,private funds and concrete or asphalt donations from a business. The general consensus of the council was positive in that the teen skaters took the initiative to get signatures and present their problem to the city council. Mayor Cliff McDuffie and Councilman Manny Funes expressed concern that all safety precautions were being made and rules were being followed at the park.The mayor asked for help policing the park toShuffleboard Club truly for the membersGroup's ownership transferred to membersBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comEach year,people pour into conference rooms to watch the best high school athletes sign their letters of intent to play in college,but a very different signing brought crowds to Zephyrhills. Nearly 100 east Pasco County shuffleboard enthusiasts found their way to the Zephyrhills Shuffleboard Club (ZSC) Feb.27 to witness the start of a new era.The ZSC,at 5207 Eighth St.in Zephyrhills,had been owned by member Bob Perkins,but he signed ownership of the building to the 127 in the group. "I wanted to give the club back to its members,"Perkins said. "They're the ones who enjoy it and use it,so it should be theirs.It was always my plan to give it to the members in my will,but I decided it would be easier on everyone if I did it now." The ZSC was formed April 4, 2007 when the building with the courts was bought by Perkins from the Tourist Club of Zephyrhills after the latter group had some financial problems.Perkins wanted to keep the shuffleboard courts open for all the members,so he took the economic risk. "We,the members,were and still are extremely grateful,"said Chuck Moulton,ZSC treasurer."His vision was for the club to always be maintained as a facility for shuffling even after he was no longer able to participate." Perkins,whose wife Diane was also at the signing,said he still playsSearching for a cureLong-term study aims to find out more about what causes and prevents cancerBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comVolunteers will be recruited April 1 at the Relay for Life in Zephyrhills to participate in a major study being conducted by the American Cancer Society. The Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS3) is a long-term study that aims to help researchers to better understand the genetic,environmental and lifestyle factors that can cause or prevent cancer. Previous research efforts by the American Cancer Society have had significant impacts.Those studies confirmed the link between cigarette smoking and lung cancer,demonstrated the link between larger waist size and increased death rates from cancer and other causes, and showed the considerable impact of air pollution on heart and lung conditions. The cancer society's Analytic Epidemiology research program is recruiting about 300,000 men and women across the United States and Puerto Rico to take part in the CPS-3. Zephyrhills is one of 10 sites in Florida where volunteers are being recruited in ZEPHYRHILLS FLIPS FOR FOUNDER'S DAY Above, Shelby Johnson, 13, of Blackwood Studios in Dade City was almost painful to watch as she did some backbreaking acrobatics during her dance routine to "I Like to Fuss" at Time Square during Zephyrhills Founder's Day Saturday. At left, Zephyrhills High sophomore Victoria Esqueda, 16, performs at the entertainment stage at Time Square for the 2011 Founder's Day celebrations in Zephyrhills. Esqueda also sang the Star Spangled Banner for the opening ceremonies. (Photos by Gary S. Hatrick) Skateboarders give council new spin on park conditions See PARK,page20 Keri Everlove White (left) and Lizzy Mead are working together to recruit people to participate in a long-term study being conducted by the American Cancer Society. (Photo by B.C. Manion)See CURE,page15 See CLUB,page20

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By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt's a place that invites visitors to drink in all kinds of artistic creations. There are woven baskets,metal sculptures,oil paintings,watercolors,digital art,wildlife photography and photography of nature and other outdoor scenes. There's jewelry,too. It's also a setting for art classes and is known for its special events, where people can decorate cupcakes,do makeovers and engage in all sorts of other fun stuff. Welcome to HiBrow Art Gallery, at 14127 Seventh St.,in downtown Dade City. The nonprofit artists'co-op is part of Dade City Center for the Arts Inc. The art gallery occupies just one of three spaces in the building, owned by Dade City Commissioner Camille Hernandez and her husband,David. One of the other spaces in the building soon will become the home of a bakery,and the other space is a venue used for concerts and other special events. The artist co-op works like this: Members pay $35 a month to display their works and volunteer to staff the gallery once a month.If they can't work the gallery,they pay a slightly higher fee of $60 a month, said Stuart Marcus,a wildlife photographer who is one of the co-op artists. Artists get to display several works on the walls and also can have a bin of works for sale,Marcus said.They get to keep 100 percent of the proceeds from the sales of their works on display and pay a 25 percent commission for works that are sold from their bins,he said.That's significant for artists because they often pay commissions of 35 percent or more at galleries selling their works said Marcus,who also leases an extra room there.Besides giving artists a place to display their work,the gallery also rotates the works around the gallery,to ensure each artist gets equal treatment,said Lyndsie Daughtery, who works at the gallery. The gallery space,which opened two years ago,has undergone substantial improvements. Besides a fresh coat of paint,the gallery now has more display space,too. "We just put this new wall up.We wanted to have more space.We want to get as much work up (on display) for our artists as we can,"Daughtery said, The additional space has made more room for new artists,she said.Those showing works in the gallery must have their works approved before they can join the coop. Marcus built the new wall for the gallery. It adds 64 linear feet of wall space for artists and can be moved and reconfigured to produce varying effects,he said. The gallery also will be getting improved lighting and flooring,which will benefit both the artists and gallery visitors,Marcus said. Daughtery,who attends Saint Leo University,works at the gallery through an arrangement between the gallery and the university. She loves her job. "It's an interesting place to work," Daughtery said."The artists Ñ they all do completely different things." Marcus,for instance,shoots beautiful photographs of wildlife,she said. Eric Durham,another photographer, takes stunning photos of nature,which he displays on canvas,Daughtery said.The technique makes the photographs look like paintings. "It makes them look really,really pretty," she said. Josephine Jones,another artist in the coop,does all sorts of painting in a variety of media.She does abstracts and surrealism. She does acrylics and oils.She also teaches. She and her husband travel in a RV,and when they're not on the road,they live in Dade City. "I teach at RV rallies,"she said.She also teaches at HiBrow. She's the featured artist at the gallery this month and is pleased to have her works on display at HiBrow. "It's very nice,"she said,adding it will get better when planned improvements are made. Prices for the jewelry,baskets and fine art begin at around $15 for a piece of jewelry to nearly $10,000 for an artwork. HiBrow gets a fair amount of traffic, Daughtery said. "People who come down here for vacation,they like to stroll around here.It's just a nice place to come,"she said."Some of the same people come in here every week,"she said. She's also noticed an increasing number of buyers,not just browsers. "In the past few weeks,I've made more sales and more sales and more sales," Daughtery said."I can tell the economy is getting better." IF YOU GOHiBrow Art Gallery,14127 Seventh St., Dade City Hours: 10 a.m.to 4 p.m.,Tuesday through Saturday (Extended hours during special events) For more information call (352) 521-3823 Lyndsie Daughtery works part-time at HiBrow, an artist's co-op in downtown Dade City. (Photos by B.C. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS March 16,2011 3 City celebrates 101st yearFounder's Day attracted fans of all ages and types, including the four-legged variety, to downtown Zephyrhills on Saturday, March 12. Lela Futch and Eddie Gay bring a genteel southern flavor to the float for the Sons and Daughters of the Confederacy during the Zephyrhills Founder's Day Parade Saturday. (Photo by Desiree Farnum) While thousands of people lined the streets for the Zephyrhills Founder's Day Parade, there were some who stood out with dogged determination. (Photo by Desiree Farnum) Kailin Hoy, 10, of Helen's Baton and Dance demonstrates hula-hoop dexterity at Time Square while entertaining during the Zephyrhills Founder's Day celebrations. (Photo by Gary S. Hatrick) Cadets from the Zephyrhills High Junior ROTC accept a trophy from Main Street Board of Directors president Elayne Bassinger on behalf of the organization. The JROTC parade entry won first place for Best Marching/Walking Unit in the Zephyrhills Founder's Day Parade. (Photo by Gary S. Hatrick) Finance officer for the AMVETS Post 550 Bryant "Whit" Whitaker pops a lot of island fantasies as he plays the part of an island girl on the AMVETS "South Pacific" float during the Zephyrhills Founder's Day Parade Saturday. (Photo by Gary S. Hatrick) Stroke Center Florida Hospital Zephyrhills NEW Primary Stroke Center combines comprehensive care with leading edge technology to quickly treat patients who are having a stroke. From aggressive treatment in the emergency department to rehabilitation and wellness, our Primary Stroke Center includes:ED physicians and staff trained in diagnosing and treating stroke Imaging Services available 24/7 Rehabilitation Services Stroke Prevention & Wellness Education When seconds count ƒ count on the physicians and staff of Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Primary Stroke Center. www.fhzeph.org/strokeEmergency Department & Chest Pain Center Florida Hospital Zephyrhills is accredited by and has received designations from the following:

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS March 16,2011 4 On the High Class Rednecks team, Travis Gross of Dade City gives it a try at the corn toss Tourney hosted regularly at Beef O'Brady's in Dade City. The restaurant will also have a larger tournament on St. Patrick's Day, March 17, with registration and warm-ups starting at 3 p.m. The tournament starts at 6 p.m. Beef's will also be serving up corned beef and cabbage with beverages from 11 a.m. until it runs out.Beef O'Brady's hosts corn toss tourney Bonnie Yaeger, left, from Trilby, with opponent Will Pullin of Dade City competed in the corn toss tournament. Corn toss tournament spectators Carol Green, from the left, Gloria Traub and Julius Traub from Blue Jay Park in Dade City enjoy a beverage watching the players at Beef O'Brady's on a warm, sunny day in Dade City. The seasonal residents from Michigan come to all the corn toss tournaments. In the gallery at the tournament, Parker (left) and Will Elkins of Zephyrhills keep an eye on their dad, Lance Elkins. Corn toss tournaments are regular events in Dade City. Participants at this event were at Beef O'Brady's March 13. Watch for a big tourney on St. Patrick's Day this Thursday.A corn toss tournament to benefit the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life will be on Sunday,March 20 at San Antonio Restaurant's Outback,32625 SR 52.Warmup and registration begins at 11 a.m.; tournament at 1 p.m.The entry fee is $25 with a portion of the benefits going to Relay For Life's Team LePew.For more information,call Bob Case at (813) 713-4588.Also available at the event will be pulled pork sandwich dinners for $6 from noon to 3 p.m.,along with music and a silent auction.Corn toss tournament fundraiser March 20 COMMUNITY EDUCATION CALENDAR 7050 Gall Boulevard Zephyrhills, FL 33541 www.fhzeph.orgFREE and open to the public. Reservations required. Seating is limited. Location: Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Wellness Center Conference Room To Register: 1-877-534-3108 Advances in CardiologyPresenterVinod Raxwal, MD Board certi“ed in Cardiology Date: March 22nd | Time: 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. | RSVP: March 18th PLAN YOUR NEXT BIRTHDAY PARTY WITH USYou supply the kids and the cake, and we will do the rest. We can provide the entertainment, drinks, food and fun. We even clean up. For availability and pricing, give us a call at 813.948.5444 P L BIRT HD Y ou su p an W e can drinks, f o o F or ava i a c DATE NIGHT? DINNER DATE? MOVIE DATE? ALL UNDER ONE ROOF AT THE GROVE CINÉBISTROMust be 21 or over to drink alcohol and enjoy the CinéBistro in-theatre experience. Please arrive 30 minutes before showtime. 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 Near I-75 & SR54 | 813.948.5444www.CobbTheatres.com | www.CobbCineBistro.comGROVE 16 & Insure it all. Prices fall. GARY GUNTER (813) 994-390028955 ST RD 54 WESLEY CHAPEL GaryGunter@allstate.comInsurance and coverages subject to terms, qualifications and availability. Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Company, Allstate Property and Casualty Insurance Company: Northbrook, Illinois © 2010 Allstate Insurance Company. Gold & Silver at an All Time High! Call Charlie Proctor813-780-18585529 8th Street, ZephyrhillsBUY • SELL • TRADE Charlie's Coins & CollectiblesHAVE A COIN COLLECTION YOU WANT TO SELL?We Buy and Sell Large or Small CollectionsSpecializing in Pre 1964 Gold & Silver U.S. Coins20 years in the same location Watch for our NEW STORE Grand Opening Event,COMING SOON!

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS March 16,2011 5 Screenings key to success rateBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comColorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer related death for men and women in the United States,surprising considering how treatable it is if caught early. "That's really the sad thing is about 90 percent of the people who have colorectal cancer can be cured if it is discovered before it can spread,"said Dr.Barry Frank, gastroenterologist with Florida Medical Clinic."Once it spreads,the death rate increases tremendously.About 60 percent of the people who die from colorectal cancer could have been cured,but it was found too late." Frank said there are about 150,000 new cases of the disease each year,affecting both men and women. "There is a misconception that only men get colorectal cancer,"Frank said."That's not the case at all." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) statistics report 142,672 people were diagnosed with the disease in 2007 in the United States,the most recent figures available.Of those,72,755 were men,while 69,917 were women. The same records show 53,219 people died from colorectal cancer in 2007.Of those,27,004 were men and 26,215 were women. The CDC statistics show that African Americans have the highest incidence rate of colorectal cancer,followed by Caucasians.Native Americans had the lowest rate. Frank said the medical world still does not know for sure what causes colorectal cancer. "We know that eating a lot of red meat may increase the chance of getting it,"Frank said."We also know that eating a lot of fiber can help to reduce the chance.Anything else is kind of still a guess." Frank said the most important thing in preventing the disease is to get regular screenings. "We are very lucky here because the screenings are very available and they do save lives,"Frank said."We can go in and remove a polyp before it progresses,effectively preventing colorectal cancer.If it has progressed to cancer,but hasn't spread,we can easily see that in the colonoscopy and treat it." The CDC's website agrees with Frank. "Colorectal cancer screening saves lives,"the CDC website states."Screening can find precancerous polyps Ñ abnormal growths in the colon or rectum Ñ so that they can be removed before turning into cancer. Screening also helps find colorectal cancer at an early stage,when treatment often leads to a cure.About nine out of every 10 people whose colorectal cancer is found early and treated are still alive five years later."March has been deemed National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month to spread the word about how screenings save lives.A normal person without a first-degree relative who hasn't ever had colorectal cancer should start getting colonoscopies at age 50,and then every 10 years after that,according to both Frank and the CDC.If someone has one or more first-degree relatives who have had the disease,they should talk with their doctor about possibly starting earlier and having them done more often. "Of the people who should get screened,only about 45 percent will," Frank said."Some are afraid of what the doctor will find,some are embarrassed and some are afraid of pain.There is no pain from a colonoscopy and there shouldn't be any embarrassment.Everyone over the age of 50 should be getting them regularly." Along with traditional screenings,Pasco Regional Medical Center in Dade City is giving away free home screenings for the month.The home-based test detects blood being passed,even if it is too small an amount to see,within two minutes. Susan Frimmel,Pasco Regional spokeswoman,said the goal is to get people in the area accustomed to getting screenings.If the test detects blood,the person should see his or her doctor for further screenings. Anyone can request a home-based test by calling (352) 521-1100 or by visiting the facility at 13100 Fort King Road.Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month aims to save lives Dr. Barry Frank examines a photo of a non-cancerous polyp. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS March 16,2011 7 Wave Lengths supports Pregnancy Care CenterErica Miller of Wave Lengths Hair Design presents a check in a bottle for $992.39 to Pregnancy Care Center Director Terry Luna as they stand amid a room full of donated clothing and other baby items for those in need. Wave Lengths'staff raised the funds with a hair show and a raffle. In addition, the salon donated $100 to the care center's cause. The pregnancy care center offers counseling and education to those pregnant or needing help raising children. (Photo by Gary S. Hatrick) Commissioners honor Pasco residents Members of the Killer Flamingos girls soccer team received certificates March 11 acknowledging a resolution made by the Board of County Commissioners in honor of their perfect 22-0 season. County Commissioner Pat Mulieri was on hand to congratulate Gerry Grasso, a bus driver with Pasco County Schools, on 10 consecutive years of safe driving. The ceremony was at the Historic Courthouse in Dade City March 11.Gerry Grasso is acknowledged by the Board of County Commissioners. Custom photographybeginning atÉ Business portraits........ $50 (For websites, facebook, business cards) Graduation portraits..... $60 Family portraits.......... $75 Special events.......... $100 Weddings................ $800Also offering unique CD and web packages with music, video and photography.We always go the extra mile. Let us bring our studio to you!813.507.5747www.photosby3g.com • Glenn@photosby3g.com www.facebook.com/Threegphotography •Sample a variety of delicious vegetarian dishes •Health presentation included with each session •Receive a free vegetarian recipe booklet Sunday,March 20,2011 3 Sessions: 11:15 a.m.,12:30 p.m.and 1:45 p.m.East PascoSeventh-day Adventist Church 7333 Dairy Rd. Zephyrhills,FL 33540 $5.00 per personSeating is limited. Reservations are required. Call (813) 782-2000 today to reserve your spot! 8th AnnualVegetarian Taste Fest East Pasco Seventh-day Adventist Church and Florida Hospital Zephyrhillspresent the FREE ESTIMATESon all installations A/C & GasUp to $1500 Tax Credit 2010 € Call Us For Details!Sales  Service  Installation Lenny Bahr Kevin BahrOwnersVisit Any Of Our 3 Locations For The Lowest Prices In Town! 813-782-50134441 Allen Rd. Zephyrhills, FLMon-Fri 8am-5pm € Sat 8am-Noon352-567-767815229 US Hwy 301 Dade City, FLMon-Fri 8am-5pm € Sat 8am-Noon813-782-50133708 Copeland Dr. Zephyrhills, FLMon-Fri 8am-4pm € Nov. March $1 OFF #20 OR $2 OFF #30 Propane Cylinder FillLimit one per person, per visit. Must present coupon. Expires 07-31-11.$5OFF A/C Maintenance CheckLimit one per person, per visit. Must present coupon. Expires 07-31-11.$100OFFNew A/C InstallLimit one per person, per visit. Must present coupon. Expires 07-31-11. TITLE LOANS Use your title to GET CASHyou need today • Cars • Trucks • ATV's • RV's • Boats no credit check cash today Call: 813-788-1366 37940 Live Oak Ave • Dade City• 352.523.0055 • www.kafekokopelli.comHours: Tues Thurs 11am-9pm • Fri Sat 11am-10pm • Sun 11am-4pm & Closed Monday An incredible dining experience in an atmosphere so unique,you'll never forget it. PATIO NOW OPEN Sunset Menu 4-6pm everyday starting at $7.99 Happy Hour 4-7 Daily extensive Wine List 3rd Wednesday of Every Month house wines $3.00 a glass Live Music Every Wednesday by Jeremy Vanhoose 6 9pm Magician every Tuesday & Saturday 6 9pm Daily & Weekly Specials on Catering & Party Rooms Available

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS March 16,2011 8 Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special along with a photo and mail to:Pet of the Week,c/o The Laker,P.O.Box 479,Lutz,FL 33548 Email to kwelton@cnewspubs.com,ATTN:Pet of the WeekPLEASE NOTE: OWNERS NAME AND CITYOF RESIDENCE MUST BE INCLUDED FOR YOUR PETTO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION. PETof theWEEK Sammy is a blessingSammy was rescued by her owner in front of the elementary school on Florida Avenue in Dade City. She is always doing funny things. Sammy's owner bought a gift for her at the thrift store, and Sammy decided to climb into it. Her proud owner Julia Rossi of Dade City feels blessed to have found her. By Elizabeth GwiltLaker CorrespondentThe second annual Bark Fest at the dog park on Collier Parkway will provide an array of activities for pets and owners alike. The event,which will be Saturday,March 19 from 10 a.m.to 1 p.m.,will feature vendors selling everything from dog toys to food.Donations from attendees and vendors will go to the local SPCA. Ruth Ann Collins,the recreation leader at the Land O'Lakes complex,says that the purpose behind Bark Fest is twofold. "Besides raising funds for SPCA,we want the public to know that there is a dog park in Land O'Lakes,and that it's a great place to bring your entire family,"Collins said. Bark Fest is in two different sections of the dog park,with areas for both small and larger animals.A variety of demonstrations,a mobile vaccination center and the dog and disc Frisbee competition qualifier will also be headlining attractions. "We wanted to provide a variety of activities;it's going to be bigger and better than last year's,which was already a fabulous success,"Collins said. This year,more vendors and demonstrations will make their way to the dog park, such as the grooming demonstration,a crowd favorite.Collins asks anyone willing to donate, whether it's pet items or money,to stop by the festival."Bark Fest is sure to be a fun time,and I encourage everyone to come out and spend some time with your pets in the fresh air."Lorey Tinti,an attendee at last year's Bark Fest,said she can't wait for the upcoming event. "I'm absolutely going to Bark Fest again; it's just such a great event that the community can all go to together,"Tinti said. Tinti went with her beagle-hound mix, Trooper,after she heard about plans for the festival."I loved watching Trooper interact with the other dogs,"she said."But the speed tail wagging and howling contests were fun to watch too." Tinti said that she would like to see more dogs be taken home after this year's Bark Fest."I hope people will adopt even more pets this year.There were so many wonderful dogs last year that deserve homes." Tasha Hyder,who organized the first Bark Fest before Collins took over,agrees with Tinti. "Although last year was a great success,I would love to see more of the dogs get adopted,as well as raising more money for SPCA,"Hyder said.Bark Fest raised $500 and three huge bags of pet supplies last year,but Hyder said that she would love the donations to reach $5,000.Hyder,who now lives in Jacksonville,is making the trip to town in order to go to the festival. "I'm so happy how successful it's been after only one year.I was shocked,since I was only expecting 200 or so people,but over 1,000 showed up." Tinti,along with several hundred other dog lovers,are expected to spend their Saturday at the Collier Parkway dog park."If you have a dog,want to adopt a dog or just like being around dogs,then I strongly encourage you to come,"Tinti said. The dog park is located at 3032 Collier Parkway in Land O'Lakes. Oakley joined his owner Tasha Hyder at the inaugural Bark Fest last year.Bark Fest beckons in Land O' Lakes Board &Train  FREE Evaluations FREE Dog Socialization Class Specializing In Private Training in Your Home ALL DOGS!ANY AGE & TEMPERMENT 813-951-4480  www.FL-K9.com GROUP TRAINING CLASS SAT. MARCH 19TH 11:30AM AT WOOF GANG BAKERY Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to:Pet of the W eek , P.O. 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Fresh Squeezed Lemonade Shaved Ice 75 famous flavors Cotton Candy • Popcorn License #113470 & Insured IN FULL BLOOM DAY LILY PROGRAMThe Garden Gate Circle of Zephyrhills will meet at 9:30 a.m.March 17 at 6250 Jessup Drive in Forest Lake Estates,to discuss Day Lilies.Vicky Keffer will present the program.Visitors and prospective members are welcome.For information or directions, call Liz Geiger at (813) 782-2681.FUN STUFF QUILT SHOW AND TEATippecanoe Village will host a quilt show and spring tea in the clubhouse from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.March 19.Admission is $3.Quilt raffle tickets are $1 each.Tippecanoe is located at the corner of Morris Bridge Road and Chancey Road in Zephyrhills.ART SHOW AND SALETropical Acre Estates art club will host an art show and sale from 12:30-3 p.m.March 19.Guest artists and quilt club presentation. Light refreshments.Free admission.The clubhouse is located on US 301 in Zephyrhills.For information,call Chris Flanagan at (813) 788-2507.CARES BINGOCARES Zephyrhills Center hosts bingo every Thursday at St.Joseph's Church,5345 16th Street in Zephyrhills.Early bird specials start at 5:45 p.m.Regular games start at 6:30 p.m.For information,call Larry Munroe at (813) 293-0987.FOUR-LEGGED FRIENDS DOGS' DAY IN DADE CITYBring your pet for an afternoon of fun activities from 2-5 p.m.March 19 at Agnes Lamb Park in downtown Dade City.Furry friends must be on a leash.Events include a wagon parade,costume contest and talent competition.The park is located at Meridian Avenue and Edwinola Way.BRING THE F AMIL Y PACKING PARTYThe Lutz Patriots will have a packing partyat 8 a.m.March 26 at the Support Our Troops warehouse,29807 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel.The organization packs and ships boxes to troops overseas.Items needed include Q-tips,batteries,school supplies, toys,feminine hygiene products, deodorant,shampoo,and lip balm.There is also a need for small snack items,such as granola bars,the troops can carry on patrol.If interested in volunteering for the packing party or donating,contact Bruce Hockensmith at lutzpatriots@verizon.net.FOR MEN ONL Y FOR THE MEN OF EAST PASCONew Walk Church will host a dynamic event by and for the men of east Pasco County at 6 p.m.March 26 at East Pasco Y, 37301 Chapel Hill Loop in Zephyrhills.Guest speakers are NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly and Pastor Gary Baldus.Music,games,food,prizes and giveaways.Tickets on sale now for $10. Maximum capacity 500.For ticket information,call Jonathan Garafolo at (813) 714-5808 or visitwww.My5thQuarter.com.MUSIC AND MORE ZEPHYRHILLS ELKSZephyrhills Elks offers multiple activities Wednesday fun night with a light meal from 5-6:30 p.m.and music from 6-9 p.m., Thursday bingo when doors open at 4 p.m. and games start at 6 p.m.,and Friday meals. For information,call the lodge at (813) 7824604 or visit www.ZephyrhillsElks.org.BRING THE F AMIL Y TRILBY PICNICThe annual Trilby homecoming picnic begins at 10 a.m.March 19.Bring old Trilby photos and family information,along with a covered dish dinner and lawn chairs.The picnic is under the oaks at Charlotte Tomkow Whittington's Hunter Hill property,36315 Tomkow Lane in Trilby,off CR 575.Blue signs will be posted.For information,call Scott Black at (352) 5672260 or (352) 523-5772. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT CHICKEN BARBECUE BENEFITThe Christian and Missionary Alliance Church,6251 Fort King Highway,is hosting a chicken barbecue from 5-8 p.m. Apr.1 to benefit the Zephyrhills Pregnancy Care Center. Tickets are $7 and can be purchased in advance before March 27 at the care center,38021 Eighth Ave.For information,call (813) 780-6885 Monday-Wednesday 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m.or Thursday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

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GIRLS COACH OF THE YEAR:Laurie Fitzpatrick, Land O’ Lakes. Fitzpatrick seems to be the right coach for the Gators. In her first season with Land O’ Lakes, she helped the squad go 24-3, 20 more wins than the year before. She also had to incorporate two new starters who transferred in, Shanel Sweet and Simone Brown from Gaither and Wesley Chapel respectively. The Gators also won two playoff games en route to a Class 4A regional finals appearance for the first time in program history. THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS March 16, 2011 11 WINTER TEAMS The Laker and the Lutz News has named its All-Laker/All-Lutz News teams for the 2010 winter high school athletic season. Members of the teams were selected based on their skill, value to their squad, final statistics and head-to-head matchups. Teams in the coverage area include Academy at the Lakes, Carrollwood Day, Freedom, Gaither, Land O’ Lakes, Land O’ Lakes Christian, Pasco, Saddlebrook Prep, Steinbrenner, Sunlake, Wesley Chapel, Wiregrass Ranch, Zephyrhills and Zephyrhills Christian. Only sports sanctioned by the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) are eligible for the team, not recognized sports. All stats are as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches and all playoff performances are as recorded by the FHSAA. Sports Editor Kyle LoJacono selected the team. He can be reached at klojacono@cnewspubs.com. AllLaker AllLutz News THE BEST PLAYERS OF WINTER 2010 SELECTED BY SPORTS EDITOR KYLE LOJACONO GIRLS FIRST TEAM—GUARD: Hannah Nobel, Sr., Wesley Chapel. Averaged just less than 20 points per game, more than any other girls basketball player in the area,—GUARD: Kaitlynn Pacholke, Sr., Freedom. Led the Patriots with 15.3 points per game, 210 assists and 127 steals. Also pulled down 136 rebounds despite being 5-foot-4.—GUARD: Shanel Sweet, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Put up a team-high 18.4 points per game and 131 assists, while also adding 86 steals and 54 rebounds. —FORWARD: Simone Brown, So., Land O’ Lakes. Had a team leading 325 rebounds and 98 steals, while adding 81 assists, 46 blocks and 13.3 points per game.—CENTER: Nicole Woodard, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. A dominating defensive presence, Woodard led the Gators with 80 blocks, while adding 176 rebounds, 69 steals and 6.7 points per game.GIRLS SECOND TEAM—GUARD: Jeileen Mas-Rodriguez, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Put up 13.5 points per game as the Bulls second scoring option, and also had 73 rebounds, 46 assists and 41 steals. —GUARD: Marjorie Rivera, 8th, Academy at the Lakes. Started for the Wildcats as an eighth-grader and was one of the squad’s top scorers by season’s end. —FORWARD: Andrea Mauger, So., Academy at the Lakes. Averaged close to 20 points a game for the Wildcats, who won the first district title in program history. —FORWARD: Kelly McCaffrey, Jr., Wiregrass Ranch. One of the most versatile players in the area, led the Bulls with 15.4 points per game, 92 steals and 72 assists. Also pulled down 186 rebounds. —CENTER: Lindsay Taggart, Sr., Freedom. Had a team-high 192 rebounds and 91 blocks, and also contributed 14.1 points per game, 39 steals and 27 assists. GIRLS HONORABLE MENTION—GUARD: Lauren Gould, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Averaged 9.2 points per game in her senior season, while adding 64 rebounds, 32 steals and 26 assists. —GUARD: Julia Della Penna, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Always a threat to hit a 3-pointer, put up 8.3 points per game while adding 54 steals, 49 rebounds, 48 assists and 20 blocks.—GUARD: Shade’ Williams, Jr., Freedom. Had 9.4 points per game, 100 rebounds, 82 steals and 74 assists. Also stepped up her play near the end of the season when it mattered most.—FORWARD: Kendra Sheets, Jr., Land O’ Lakes. Did a lot of the dirty work down low for the Gators. Came up with 139 rebounds, 36 steals and 5.6 points per game. —CENTER: Kayla Deloach, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Led the Bulls with 215 rebounds and 73 blocks. Also put up 10 points per contest, 32 steals and 24 assists.BOYS FIRST TEAM—GUARD: Christian Parra, So., Wesley Chapel. Was the Wildcats leader with 15.4 points per game, 91 assists and 59 steals. Also pulled down 83 rebounds. —GUARD: James Tringali, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Had a team-high 211 assists this season while adding 164 rebounds, 46 steals and 6.3 points per game. —FORWARD: Tanner Carey, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Led the Bulls with 12.9 points per game, while adding 135 rebounds, 47 steals and 35 assists.—FORWARD: Erik Thomas, So., Wesley Chapel. Thomas was the inside presence for Wesley Chapel, scoring 15.2 points per game with a team-high 220 rebounds and 21 blocks.—CENTER: Michael Chase, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Owned the inside for the Bulls, scoring 10.3 points per game and added 220 rebounds and 50 blocks. BOYS SECOND TEAM—GUARD: Donald Simmons, Sr., Pasco. Had a team-high 16.6 points per game and 21 steals. Also pulled down 80 rebounds and added 21 steals and 10 blocks. —GUARD: Darrell Warren, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Led the Gators with 13 points per game while adding 53 assists, 49 steals and 67 rebounds. —FORWARD: Hakeeme Ishmar, Sr., Pasco. Was the Pirates second leading scorer with 13.5 points per game, but was also one of their best defenders with 174 rebounds and 20 steals. —FORWARD: Rico Kerney, So., Wiregrass Ranch. Just call him the Bulls rebound machine. He pulled down 233 while adding 59 steals and 10 points per game. —CENTER: Allan Dunlap, Sr., Land O’ Lakes Christian. Did not play the toughest competition, but put up a team-high 24.4 points per game, 281 rebounds and 57 blocks.BOYS HONORABLE MENTION—GUARD: Stefan Bayne, So., Wesley Chapel. Finished with the second most assists, 76, and steals, 40, for Wesley Chapel. —GUARD: Justin Thomopalos, Jr., Land O’ Lakes. Was the Gators leader with 97 assists and 50 steals. Also had 74 rebounds and 6.9 points per game. —FORWARD: Vincent Bayne, Sr., Wesley Chapel. Was second for the Wildcats with 147 rebounds and 20 blocks. —FORWARD: Jacob Guy, Jr., Pasco. Led the Pirates with 31 blocks while pulling down 115 rebounds and adding 8.5 points per game. —CENTER: Max Bartels, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Pulled down a team-high 176 rebounds and also had 29 blocks. GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR:Shanel Sweet, Land O’ Lakes. Last season Land O’ Lakes won just four games, but everything changed when Sweet transferred from Gaither. The senior point guard had a team-high 18.4 points per game and 131 assists, but added a lot more as the Gators’ leader. She always took control of the game in crunch time, and did it well enough to help Land O’ Lakes win a district title and reach the regional finals. Sweet did that while playing with two badly sprained thumbs for much of the year. BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR:Erik Thomas, Wesley Chapel. Thomas is only a sophomore and will be dominating the paint for years to come. His 15.2 points per game was the second most for the Wildcats, and also led the squad with 220 rebounds and 21 blocks. He is the down-low threat for a young nucleus for Wesley Chapel that will likely return most of its starters next season. BOYS COACH OF THE YEAR:Jeremy Calzone, Wiregrass Ranch. He is the only coach the program has ever known. Last year, Calzone and the Bulls used a slower offense to get the ball to their inside players, but switched to a high-tempo attack this season when personnel changed. The new mindset helped the Bulls win the first district championship in program history and the first regional tournament appearance and win as well. Wiregrass Ranch went 22-8 and reached the Class 4A regional semifinals. BASKETBALL THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS March 16, 2011 10 WRESTLING FIRST TEAM—Josman Gamez,Jr., Pasco. Came in third place in the Class 1A, 112-pound class state competition, better than any other wrestler in the area. He finished the season with a 48-5 record.—Dylan Koesling,Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Finished in sixth place in Florida in the Class 2A, 130-pound weight class and went 4115 on the year.—John Ortiz,So., Sunlake. Placed sixth in the Class 2A, 112-pound state tournament. He is only the second Seahawk to ever place in states and finished with a 44-8 record.WRESTLING SECOND TEAM—Josh Folford,Sr., Steinbrenner. Got to the second round of the Class 1A, 140pound state competition.—Andrew Ford,Sr., Freedom. Won his first match in the Class 3A, 189-pound state event.—Austin Hanold,So., Steinbrenner. Advanced to the Class 1A, 103-pound state quarterfinals.—Ryon Keith,Sr., Steinbrenner. Qualified for the Class 1A, 189-pound state competition.—Trey Lawson,Sr., Freedom. Got to the Class 3A, 160-pound state competition. —Nick Popolillo,Jr., Wesley Chapel. The only Wildcat in the state event, Popolillo advanced to the second round of the Class 1A, 152-pound tournament. —Tyler Reed,Sr., Steinbrenner. Defeated two opponents in the Class 1A, 171pound state event.WRESTLER OF THE YEAR: Josman Gamez, Pasco. Placed better than any other wrestler in the area, third in Class 1A, 112-pound class state tournament. He had a 44-5 record, winning 90.6 percent of his matches. That is the highest of anyone in the area who placed in the state event.COACH OF THE YEAR: Paul Noble, Steinbrenner. Noble turned the Warriors into a threat in area wrestling. Four of the coach’s students reached the state tournament this year, more than any other team in the area. That fact is made more impressive given that Steinbrenner is only 2 years old.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 WRESTLING GIRLS COACH OF THE YEAR: Erin Dodd, Wiregrass Ranch. Erin Dodd did things in her first year coaching the Wiregrass Ranch program never before done. The Bulls went 23-3-2, the first 20-win season for the girls soccer team. The program won a combined 22 games the previous four seasons. The Bulls also won the first district tournament game en route to the Class 4A-District 8 championship and won two regional tournament games. GIRLS FIRST TEAM—FORWARD: A.J. Blount,So., Wiregrass Ranch . Led the Bulls with 40 goals while adding 15 assists. —FORWARD: Alexis Bredeau,So., Steinbrenner. Her 24 goals and 13 assists; helped the Warriors bring home a state championship.—FORWARD: Cici Gonzalez,Jr., Steinbrenner. Put up 33 goals and 34 assists, the only Hillsborough County player to post a 30/30 season.—FORWARD: Berlin Waters,So., Wiregrass Ranch.Probably the fastest member of the all-star team, posted 21 goals and a teamhigh 19 assists.—MIDFIELDER: Caity Chandler, Sr., Gaither. Scored 10 goals from the midfield and part of the first Cowboys team to reach the regional finals since 2004. —MIDFIELDER: Nicole Esposito, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Esposito was like another coach on the field for the Bulls and contributed seven assists. —MIDFIELDER: Danielle Eule, Fr., Steinbrenner. A starter as a freshman on a state champion squad, she recorded 11 goals and 12 assists for the Warriors. —MIDFIELDER: Sierra Monday, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Scored seven goals and recorded five assists, but was also one of the best defensive midfielders. —DEFENDER: Carly Cepelak, Sr., Gaither. Part of the Gaither backline that posted 10 shutouts this year. —DEFENDER: Kelsey Huntzinger, So., Steinbrenner. Huntzinger and the Warriors defense allowed just 12 goals all year. She also recorded six goals and four assists. —GOALKEEPER: Emily Ball, Jr., Freedom. Had 76 saves and allowed only five goals in 16 games this season.GIRLS SECOND TEAM—FORWARD: Taylor Meek, Fr., Gaither. Had 12 goals in her first high school season. Opposing coaches always kept a defender on her to prevent clean breakaways. —FORWARD: Lauren Moore, Sr., Gaither. Led the Cowboys with 13 goals while adding five assists and was also a team captain. —FORWARD: Kayla Robinson, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Had 12 of the Gators 46 goals this season, more than 25 percent of their tallies. —FORWARD: Jenna Stiling, Jr., Freedom. Led the Patriots with 13 goals and helped the team repeat as district champions. —MIDFIELDER: Jordanyne’ Fye, Jr., Wiregrass Ranch. Scored three goals and had four assists, but was always at the center of the midfield action. —MIDFIELDER: Anne Cypriano, So., Wiregrass Ranch. Scored 10 goals and added 11 assists. Her passes helped spring the Bulls forwards for breakaway chances.—MIDFIELDER: Carly Keene, Sr., Steinbrenner. She was one of only three seniors on the Warriors team. Scored her biggest goal to win the state championship in overtime.—MIDFIELDER: Sydnee Newby, Jr., Wiregrass Ranch. Was all over the field making contributions in all of the Bulls games. —DEFENDER: Miranda Gonzalez, Fr., Steinbrenner. Made a huge difference for the Warriors backline as a freshman, while also adding two goals and four assists. —DEFENDER: Kaycee McGuire, Jr., Gaither. Led the Cowboys with 10 assists from the backline and also scored four goals. —DEFENDER: Brittany Nieves, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. One of the leaders of the Gators backline, was invited to play in the Florida Athletic Coaches Association all-star classic. —GOALKEEPER: Dayton Wetherby, So., Wiregrass Ranch. Game up with 101 saves while allowing 21 goals. Had seven shutouts and a 1.07 goals against average.BOYS FIRST TEAM—FORWARD: Jordan Landry, Sr., Sunlake. Scored 51 goals this season, giving him a program record 117 for his career. —FORWARD: Miguel Laliberte, Jr., Land O’ Lakes. Had a team-high 25 goals and contributed 11 assists to the high-flying Gators attack.—FORWARD: Jordan See, Sr., Gaither. Scored 15 goals and record 10 assists to help the Cowboys reach the final four despite having a badly pulled hamstring for much of the year.—FORWARD: Zachary Wheeler, Sr., Gaither. Led the Cowboys with 24 goals and 15 assists after putting up only six goals and 10 assists the year before.—MIDFIELDER: Rokas Daugala, So., Wiregrass Ranch. Daugala was a very aggressive midfielder, posting a team-high 14 goals.—MIDFIELDER: J ake Frahm, Jr., Land O’ Lakes. Led the Gators with 19 assists and tallied nine goals, while also being one of the best ball handlers on the field.—MIDFIELDER: Justin Lyles, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Put up 10 goals and 14 assists in his senior campaign while also being a team captain.—MIDFIELDER: Steffan Siebel-Cortopassi, Sr., Gaither. Had five goals and three assists, but made his mark with his ball handling.—DEFENDER: Charlie Delmar, Sr., Gaither. One of the most physical players in the area, has been a constant for the Cowboys since transferring from Sickles as a junior. —DEFENDER: Steven Mazza, Jr., Pasco. Was a constant frustration for the opposition to get through, and also posted three assists. —GOALKEEPER: Kody Parker, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Allowed only 12 goals all season and posted 15 shutouts.BOYS SECOND TEAM—FORWARD: Max Caceres, Sr., Wesley Chapel. Led the Wildcats with 20 goals. Six of those scores came in one game, a program record. —FORWARD: Andy Garcia, Jr., Land O’ Lakes. Came up with 21 goals and 16 assists this year, the second most of any Gator in both categories. —FORWARD: Eric Garcia, Sr., Pasco. A team captain who led Pasco with both 24 goals and 12 assists this season. —FORWARD: Josh Davis, Jr., Land O’ Lakes. Was third for Land O’ Lakes with 18 goals, while also adding seven assists. —MIDFIELDER: Jose Flores, So., Pasco. Added 17 goals and 10 assists to the Pirates attack, but was as much of a defensive contributor at midfield. —MIDFIELDER: Nathan Dalton, Jr., Land O’ Lakes. Another dangerous Gators midfielder, put up 12 goals and 12 assists this year.—MIDFIELDER: Dillon Dunbar, Jr., Pasco. The tallest Pirate at 6-foot-2, he used his height to head in goals on set pieces. Lit up the scoreboard 14 times and had 10 assists.—MIDFIELDER: Daniel Cano, Sr., Pasco. A senior and team captain, found the back of the net 10 times and put up nine assists. —DEFENDER: Jose Flores, Sr., Pasco. One of the biggest reasons why the Pirates allowed only 13 goals and recorded 14 shutouts this season.—DEFENDER: Jacob Snidle, Jr., Gaither. Took a lot of the free kicks for the Cowboys, which set up his teammates to score 10 teams.—GOALKEEPER: John Nardozzi, Sr., Gaither . Saved 97 percent of the shots he faced. Recorded 90 saves and posted 11 shutouts. GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Cici Gonzalez, Steinbrenner. Cici Gonzalez put up a team-high 33 goals and 34 assists for Steinbrenner this year, the only Hillsborough County girls soccer player to have at least 30 goals and 30 assists. Was also one of the Warriors team captains on the team that won a district championship, a regional championship and the Class 4A state championship, the first state title for the second-year school. BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kody Parker, Land O’ Lakes. Kody Parker is arguably one of the best goalkeepers to play in Pasco County, posting 95 saves and recording 15 shutouts in 24 games played this season. Allowed just 12 goals all year, but was also the vocal leader for the Gators on the field, constantly calling out commands to his teammates. His presence in net and leadership helped Land O’ Lakes go 23-2 en route to winning a conference and district championship this season. He will continue playing at the University of Tampa next year. BOYS COACH OF THE YEAR: Sam Koleduk, Sunlake. Guided the Seahawks to the first regional tournament in program history, reaching the Class 4A regional finals in the program’s fourth year. Sunlake finished with a 20-9-1 record, the first 20-win season for the program. Koleduk’s team did not win a district championship, but the squad got further than any other Pasco County team this season. SOCCER

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS March 16,2011 12 SPORTS By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Pasco baseball team has carved out a reputation of success since Ricky Giles took the helm 19 years ago,and the veteran skipper hopes his young squad can return to the postseason in 2011. "We have some good young athletes," Giles said."Right now we have about eight or nine sophomores,so our future is bright. The keys to our season are the young guys getting better." The Pirates (5-3) went 16-6 last year,but were knocked out of the Class 4A-District 7 tournament in the semifinals.To make the regional tournament,a team has to reach the finals of districts. Before last year,Pasco had reached nine straight regional tournaments,but has not made the state finals since 1997.To make a deep postseason run,Giles will need to rely on production from the few veteran Pirates."Trey (Dudley-Giles),Cole Stancil and Tyler Brock,they bring a lot of maturity,"Giles said. "They have played here quite a bit.So what we do have,about five guys,who have that maturity.Then we have Michael Wilson,who came in from Zephyrhills,and he's very talented too.We do have some veteran guys to go with the young guys too.It's a good mix."Stancil and Brock are both seniors,two of only four on the Pirates roster.DudleyGiles and Wilson are both juniors. One of the younger contributors this year is sophomore pitcher and corner outfielder Logan Johnson,who is in his first year on varsity.He says he has learned from older players. "Trey tells me to slow the game down on the mound,"Johnson said."Michael Wilson has helped me in the outfield a lot too." Johnson recently had a setback while pitching against Wesley Chapel March 4.In the first inning,Wildcats pitcher Brandon Mumaw hit a ball that deflected off Johnson's pitching hand,breaking one of Johnson's fingers.Giles said Johnson will be out for several weeks while the bone heals. "It's a big loss for us because he was getting comfortable as a pitcher and outfielder," Giles said."We still have a lot of good young athletes though and I think we'll be able to stay above water while he gets back.We'llYoung Pirates hope for return to regionalsneed him in districts." Wilson hit .403 with 21 runs scored,14 steals, 13 RBI and two home runs last year at Zephyrhills. "I hit every day,"Wilson said."That's where everything starts.I make sure I'm always staying in the game." Through the Pirates first six games Wilson is batting .385.Stancil is at .397 on the year with seven runs scored,six RBI and a team-high five doubles.Sophomore third baseman Malik Johns has a team-high 12 hits and four steals while batting .444. Senior second baseman and outfielder Adrian Serrato is leading the Pirates with a .625 batting average 10 hits,seven runs scored and three doubles.Dudley-Giles has scored eight runs,four RBI and has hit one home run. Dudley-Giles has a team-high 17 strikeouts while on the pitching mound with a 1-0 record in three appearances.Stancil has a team-best 1.40 ERA. Despite the Pirates winning record, Dudley-Giles thinks the team can be even more dangerous. "It's starting slow,"Dudley-Giles said. "We're not hitting like we're capable of,but we're playing good defense.Hopefully the hitting comes in.When it does we'll be a hard team to beat." ÐAll stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches. Tyler Brock rounds the bases after hitting a home run against Wesley Chapel this year. Zephyrhills transfer Michael Wilson steals a base against Wesley Chapel. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com) Saturday, March 19th 8:00 pmFREEHOW TO TRAIN YOURDRAGONFor more information,call 352-523-5052 ext.322 Pasco County Hugh Embry Library will sponsor Wii games at 7pm Refreshments for sale. Bring a blanket or lawn chair. Thanks to our sponsors who make Movies in the Park a success:• Dempsey Furniture • Wal-Mart • First Baptist Church of Dade City • Pasco County Hugh Embry Library • Greater Dade City Chamber of CommerceThe City of Dade City Youth CouncilMOVIE in the ParkAGNES LAMB PARK / Meridian Ave & 9th Street If it rains,the movie will be shown at American Legion Hall,37745 Church Avenue ZEPHYRHILLSSATURDAYNIGHTCRUISEDOWNTOWNZEPHYRHILLSFor more information please contact Main Street Zephyrhills,Inc.813-780-1414 orinfo@mainstreetzephyrhills.org (intersection of 301 and 54 West on 5th Ave.)March 26th4:00-8:00 p.m.•No Entry Fee •Food •Music by Bob & Brian Storer •Entertainment •50/50 Raffle •Cars,Cars & More Cars CAR SHOW 4th Saturday of Every Month Main Street Zephyrhills • Buddy Foster Chevrolet • The City of Zephyrhills • Progress Energy • The Laker • The Pasco Shopper • Zephyrhills News • Pasco Roadrunners • Auto Land • Bullfrog Performance • Fast Forward Race Engines • JLP Motor Sports,Inc. • Drew Ben Hudgins,P.A. • Rigsby's Auto Parts & Sales,Inc. • L.C.W. Powder Coating & Fabrication • One Stop Resto Shop • CF Industries • Village Inn•Door Prizes for Registered AttendeesSponsors:

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CHAMBER NEWS ZEPHYRHILLS CHAMBER CHANGES LOGOThe Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce has changed its name and logo. The chamber's new name is the Greater Zephryhills Chamber of Commerce.Its new logo seeks to convey enthusiasm,progress and professionalism,Vonnie Mikkelsen,the chamber of executive director states in a news release. The chamber is now conducting a membership drive through Apr.15.Contact the chamber to learn more about special offerings if you join now.HELPING OTHERS FREE CATARACT AND VISION SCREENINGSame Day Surgery Center at 6733 Gall Blvd.in Zephyrhills will have a free vision and cataract screening during its open house beginning at 10 a.m.on Saturday, March 19. There also will be a cash prize drawing, refreshments and tours of the facility.The event also features a vision correction seminar by local cataract surgeons Ahad Mahootchi,MD and Shawn Chhabra,MD. The facility is just behind The Eye Clinic of Florida.To reserve your space,call (813) 779-3338.For more information,contact Dr. Ahad Mahootchi at (813) 779-3338 or visit am@seebetterflorida.com. Send business news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com2011,said Ebonee Pope,the CPS-3 coordinator for the American Cancer Society. Recruitment efforts for the study began in 2006 and will continue through 2013,she said. Zephyrhills was selected because of its demographics and its consistent support of American Cancer Society efforts,Pope said. Student participants must be between 30 and 65 years old.They also must be willing to make a long-term commitment to the project,Pope said. The study is open only to people who have not been diagnosed with cancer Ñ with the exception of basil or squamous cell skin cancer,she said. Those wishing to volunteer will be able to sign up at a tent,from 6-10 p.m.,at the Zephyrhills Relay for Life at Zephyrhills High School,6335 12th St.,in Zephyrhills. Those signing up will be required to submit a blood sample,which will be drawn at the site,Pope said.A measurement also will be taken of the participant's waist,she said. They also will report their height and weight,she said. Study participants also will be asked to fill out a survey to provide baseline information about their lifestyle and other factors related to health,she said. After the initial questionnaire is completed,follow-up surveys will be sent every few years to those taking part in the study,Pope said.Participants also will receive annual newsletters to inform them about ongoing research efforts. Keri Everlove White,director of development for Florida Medical Clinic's Foundation of Caring,is chairing the Zephyrhills CPS-3 effort. Lizzy Mead,a Lutz-based community representative for the American Cancer Society, also will be playing an instrumental role in signing up people to take part. Organizers hope to recruit 160 to 190 study participants at the Zephyrhills event, White said.It shouldn't take more than 20 or 30 minutes to get registered,she said. The study will be tracking participants for 20 to 30 years. "The study is looking at your genetics, your environment,what you eat,"White said. The Foundation of Caring will provide 13 volunteers to register volunteers for the study,White said,noting the organization is a huge supporter of the American Cancer Society. Recruiting volunteers for the long-term study is just one element of the Zephyrhills Relay for Life,both Mead and White said. "The relay itself is a huge community awareness event,"White said.Those attending the event will have a chance to learn about various types of cancer and recommended screenings. The event does raise money,but it's more than just a fundraiser,Mead said.It is also about community and about expressing passion for a cause,Mead said.Relay for Life brings survivors,caregivers and community volunteers together,Mead said,noting this year's Relay for Life in Zephyrhills is expected to draw about 1,000 people,including nearly 200 team members and captains,and about 200 cancer survivors.Mead said the overarching themes for Relay for Life are:"Celebrate.Remember. Fight back."Each individual Relay for Life also has its own theme,she said.In Zephyrhills,the theme is "Cartoons"and the slogan for the event is "An April Fool's Relay:Cancer is no Joke."Teams register and pay a $100 commitment fee,which gives them a campsite and a campsite theme,White said. The event has its solemn moments, when those who have succumbed to cancer are remembered,Mead said.But it also has an air of celebration,too,when people celebrate the gains that have been made in the battle. "There is music.There are games.There is food,"Mead said."It's a big,carnival-like atmosphere." The goal is to raise $73,000 through the Zephyrhills Relay for Life,Mead said. Teams raise money by selling various items at their booths,including coffee,energy drinks and boiled peanuts. "Come out and have dinner,"White suggested. Or,just come out to take part,White said. A donation is not required,she said."Come out and just walk." Or,she suggested,"come out and have dinner." The event begins at 5 p.m.on April 1 and ends at 11 a.m.the following day. The reason the event goes on through the night is symbolic,Mead said. "Cancer doesn't sleep,so why should we?"Mead said. 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ensure helmets were being worn for their safety and that rules were being followed. After the meeting,the young men gave more insight to the skate park issue."Even a temporary fix would be better than what we have now,"Barrington said. "The asphalt is very pitted and our wheels are small,"Zackari added as Barrington held out his open hands and showed hefty scrapes from a minor fall. Henderson helped draft the signature petition during lunch hour at Zephyrhills High. After attending the meeting,Wideman agreed that they were,"going to try and get everyone there (skateboarding) and in the community to help police the area." PARK,from page 1 at the courts almost every day during the four months they winter in Zephyrhills.The rest of the year is spent in Wisconsin."We must be the luckiest shufflers in Florida,"Moulton said."Not many people are as generous as Bob and Diane.Bob observed the need and was able to fulfill that need."After the club was formed nearly four years ago,the group's membership increased and donations were collected to make improvements to the courts.One of the larger additions was coverings over all 16 of the ZSC's courts. "I think it looks much better than when we started in 2007,"Perkins said."The hard work of the members has made it look so good.It's really special to think that we were able to save it from closing and to see what it looks like today." Club membership is $45 per person or $75 per couple for one year,or $15 per month for more seasonal residents.There are no resident restrictions to join.The fee also includes membership to the Florida Shuffleboard Association. The ZSC hosts many club,area,central district and state shuffleboard tournaments each year.It also has an exchange night with the Betmar Shuffleboard Club each Tuesday and Thursday night to create area competition and fun. The club has morning pickup games and relaxed play each afternoon during the winter months.There are also instructional programs for the winter season for both novice and advanced shufflers.For more information on the club,call (813) 779-9513 or visit www.zephyrhillsshuffle.com. CLUB,from page 1 Bob Perkins addresses the crowd at the Zephyrhills Shuffleboard Club before signing its ownership to the members. (Photos courtesy of Chuck Moulton) Zephyrhills Shuffleboard Club treasurer Chuck Moulton at the club's courts. CORRECTION:Piccola Italia restaurant in Zephyrhills celebrated its 25th anniversary on March 1. The anniversary date was incorrect in the March 9 edition of The Laker. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS March 16,2011 20 Choose the financing plan that fits you best at Badcock. Ask about our 0% interest for up to 12 months.*With approved credit. Adown payment may be required. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance is not paid in full within 12 months or if your account is otherwise in default. Makes It Easy.ª ZEPHYRHILLSMon-Fri 9am-6pm • Sat 9am-4pm5500 6th St.(6th St. & 10th Ave.)813-782-4370John MesiemoreJr., Manager sale prices good through 3-23-2011 Locally owned & operated since 1971city park kids collectiontwin headboard, dresser, mirror & free twin mattress set (legends 43/37) bed frame sold separately $598 reg. $648full size $648 moreVALUEsavings$32195 SPECIAL PURCHASE47" HDTV 105456 $79995 while supplies last 883847/883848 Present this coupon at time of purchase. Applies to regular retail merchandise only. May not be used in conjunction with any other coupons. Limit one coupon per purchase, per customer. This coupon is valid Feb. 15 throughMarch 28, 2011. Badcock & moreTAX COUPON 25% OffANY RUGwith anySOFApurchase Does not include banded leather$100 OffAll Leather Sofas & Loveseatseach reg.retailinstant rebate moreVALUEsavings$20195 brownsville collection92" sofa 104260/104261queen sleeper or power motion $798 reg. $999.95 moreVALUEsavings$18195 68" loveseat 104259$798reg. $979.953 piece mattress set with this bedroom purchase free


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