July 15, 2005 Regular News Judge Applicants Judge Applicants/Judgeships Fifth JNC to fill judgeships The Fifth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications for three county and three circuit judge positions. The county judge positions are in Marion, Lake, and Hernando counties. The circuit judgeships include a position which may be split between Lake and Sumter counties, and two positions in the tri-county area. Applicants must be residents of the Fifth Circuit for the circuit court positions, and residents of the specific county for the county court positions. Additionally, applicants must be registered voters and members of The Florida Bar for the past five years. Indication as to which position an applicant is seeking must be written at the top of the first page of the application. If applying for more than one position, that must be noted on the application as well. Applications may be downloaded from the Web site, www.floridabar.org and are also available at the office of the acting chair, Lisa D. Herndon, State Attorney’s Office, Hernando County Courthouse, 20 North Main Street, Room 400, Brooksville 34601, anytime between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. An original, plus nine copies, of the completed application, and a photograph, must be received by Herndon no later than 5 p.m., July 20. Interview days are scheduled for August 1 in Hernando County, and August 2 and 4 in Lake County. Ninth JNC has circuit opening The Ninth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications to fill a newly created circuit judgeship. Applicants must have been members of The Florida Bar for the preceding five years, registered voters, and reside within Orange or Osceola counties upon appointment. Applications may be obtained from the Web site for the Ninth Judicial Circuit at www.ninja9.org. From the Ninth Circuit’s home page, click the drop down for “Media Center” and select “Ninth Circuit JNC.” All candidates who previously submitted applications for the county court judicial position must submit new applications for the new circuit court position. An original and nine copies of the completed application must be received by David L. Holbrook, JNC chair, 3117 Edgewater Drive, Orlando 32804, no later than 5 p.m., July 18. Interviews are scheduled to take place at the Orange County Bar Association offices, 880 North Orange Avenue, Orlando 32801 on August 2. 17th JNC to fill two judgeships The 17th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications to fill one county court judicial vacancy and one circuit court judicial vacancy. Applicants must have been members of the Bar for at least five years, registered voters, and residents of the 17th Circuit. Applications may be downloaded from The Florida Bar’s Web site at floridabar.org or by contacting Timothy L. Bailey, JNC chair, Bailey and Bailey Law Offices, 2335 E. Atlantic Blvd., Suite 300, Pompano Beach 33062, phone (954) 941-4920, fax (954) 941-4927. An original and nine copies of the completed applications — with photographs — must be received by Bailey no later than 5 p.m., July 21. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. Indicate at the top of the application if you are applying for the county court judge position or the circuit judge position. Tenth JNC has two circuit vacancies The 10th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications for two new circuit judge positions that were recently created by the Florida Legislature. Applicants for these circuit judgeships must have been members of The Florida Bar for the preceding five years, be registered to vote in Florida, and reside in the 10th Circuit at the time the successful applicants are sworn in to office. Application forms may be obtained from Donald H. Wilson, Jr., JNC chair, Boswell & Dunlap, 245 South Central Avenue, P.O. Drawer 30, Bartow 33830, phone (863) 533-7117, fax (863) 533-7412, e-mail [email protected] Applications also are available on The Florida Bar Web site at floridabar.org. The original and nine copies of the completed application must be delivered to Wilson no later than 5 p.m., July 22. In the past, applications that were not delivered by the specified deadline were not considered by the commission. The commission’s interview of the applicants is tentatively scheduled for August 9 in Bartow. 15th JNC seeks judge applicants The 15th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications to fill a newly created circuit judgeship. Applicants must have been members of the Bar for the preceding five years, registered voters, and reside in Palm Beach County. Applications are available at the law libraries of the main West Palm Beach and South County courthouses, at the information desk of the North County and Belle Glade (West County) courthouses, and at the Palm Beach and South Palm Beach bar associations. Applicants are encouraged to read the letter of instruction that accompanies the application. Applications must be received at the Palm Beach County Bar, 1601 Belvedere Rd., Suite 302E, West Palm Beach 33406 by 5 p.m. July 21. Interviews are set for August 15-16. Second JNC seeks judge applicants The Second Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now seeking applicants to fill a new judgeship on the circuit bench. Applicants must have been members of The Florida Bar for the past five years, registered voters, and reside within the Second Circuit. Application forms are available on The Florida Bar Web site at floridabar.org or from Stephanie L. Williams, JNC chair, Florida State University College of Law, 425 West Jefferson St., Room R201A Tallahassee 32306-1601. An original and nine copies of the completed application must be received by Williams no later than 5 p.m., July 13. First Circuit JNC seeks judge applicants The First Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications for the circuit judge position in Walton County. Applicants must be registered voters, members of The Florida Bar for the preceding five years, and and live in the territorial jurisdiction of the court. Applications are available from The Florida Bar Web site at floridabar.org or from First Circuit JNC Chair Drew S. Pinkerton by pickup from his law office at 25 Walter Martin Road, Fort Walton Beach 32548, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Fridays. An original plus nine copies of the completed application must be received by Pinkerton no later than 5 p.m., Monday, July 25 at 25 Walter Martin Road, Fort Walton Beach 32548. The First Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission has tentatively scheduled applicant interviews beginning at 9 a.m. on Thursday, August 4, and all day Friday, August 5, at the Okaloosa County Courthouse in Crestview. Applicants will be advised of the interview schedule and meeting room. Seventh Circuit JNC seeks judge applicants The Seventh Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now acccepting applications to fill a newly created seat on the circuit bench. Applicants must be registered Florida voters, members in good standing of The Florida Bar for the preceding five years, and reside in the Seventh Circuit upon assuming office. Application forms are available on the Florida Bar’s Web site at floridabar.org or from the office of William J. Voges, JNC chair, 275 Clyde Morris Boulevard, Ormond Beach 32174, phone (386)-671-4910. An original and nine copies of the completed application must be delivered to and received by the chair no later than 4 p.m., July 28. Interviews of the applicants will be conducted on dates and at a location to be announced.
77Soria66 110 1 MulvaneW 36-1629624749283 of 4 1 57Dvorak421 4Walker59318.61QB 51Blasi10 1 17 30Heacock44 No.NameCatchesYdsTD2pt. 17Fairbanks131 4 28Hilt433949.1663B 18Redford01 10 10Long131 53Trumphower10 28Hilt2182 5 15Goodrum4338.251QTE 1 12 14Soles347 14 WinfieldW 12-628724641402 of 4 For 2014 YearÂ Â Â Â Â 11Buckman8111.3811L 6 Passing:Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 9 61DeJarnett10 22Harriger328 No.NameAtt.YdsTDAve.KOPR EldoradoW 40-624323310372 of 4 3 2 7Popplewell1223431 67Henry64 Receiving:Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 17 7Popplewell37123.671STE 22Harriger20 2Vargas112 Defense:Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 4Walker10 15Goodrum82 32Greenlee12222 5Cornejo18482.6712R 1113 17 5Cornejo710 17 1 65Farley10 by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” It is hard not to like the Wellington seventh grade football team â€” unless you are an opponent.In 2014, the seventh Knights were 7-0. They had great skilled players, great line, great depth, great work ethic, and great attitudes. And they won every game except one by at least 20 points.They are your 2014 Pioneer League Champions.So what will the future look like? We have been here before, great Wellington Middle School teams which for whatever reason canâ€™t achieve similar success in high school.â€œI donâ€™t think there are any guarantees,â€ said Wellington seventh grade head coach Mitch McComb, who is in his seventh year. â€œBut I like the depth of this particular group. In other classes I coached, I may have had three or four standout players. This group has a lot more ‘good’ football players.â€The Knights had 33 players out this year – a tremendous number for a middle school team which usually averages 20 to 25 football players.But the key ingredient was their depth and diversity. McComb had good players in every position and had people to sub in for those players.â€œI can see this being the kind of class during their senior year with 25 players,â€ McComb said. â€œBut they have to stick with it.â€One thing about it, future years would be hard to top 2014.The Knights started with a 36-16 pounding of Mulvane. (see stats below).They whipped up on Clearwater 44-6. Played their only close game with Winfield – winning 12-6.Then they ran through three victory yawners: 40-6 over Eldorado; 38-8 over Rose Hill, 38-8 over Circle.And that set up a showdown with Arkansas City for the Pioneer League Div. III title in the season finale. If the Knights won that game, they would be undisputed champions.The game had the look of a showdown of epic proportions. Ark City had dropped one game and it was to Winfield, the same team Wellington beat earlier in the final second. It was sure to be a barnburner going in.It wasnâ€™t.Â Wellington 44 Ark City 6.â€œHonestly, looking back, my biggest surprise is Winfield got that close to us,â€ McComb said.That game defined the Knights season in week #3. The two teams were knotted at 6-all with 7:30 to play in the fourth quarter. Winfield had punted and pinned Wellington at its own 8 yard line.It turned out to be the drive of the season. The Knights would go on a 16-play jaunt that included 12 runs to the right and four to the left. And with 4 seconds to play, quarterback Zander Vargas ran a naked bootleg to the left and scored from the 5 with no time left on the clock.Now that is about as exciting as you can get.Vargas was 18 of 30 for 269 yards passing and 444 yards rushing as quarterback this season.â€œHe is very coachable and a good leader,â€ McComb said. â€œHe never panicked under pressure and is football smart.â€And he had a bevy of running backs to back him up. Hunter Greenlee was the right halfback, who had 446 yards on 46 attempts for a 9.7 yard average.Isaac Hilt was the â€œBâ€ back or fullback. He had 394 yards for a 9.16 average. Then there was Blake Rausch, who would get 265 yards. Gage Cunningham had 113 yards off the bench. In all there were 11 runners for the seventh grade team and 10 would score.â€œMy biggest problem was trying to get them into the game so they all had carries,” McComb said.The wide receiving corp was led by Silas Popplewell who had 12 catches for 234 yards and three touchdowns.The offensive line was exceptional as well. From right to left there was Kyler Henry at strong tackle, Dominic Dvorak as a strong guard, Luke McComb as center, Jacob Soria as quick guard, and Ken Farley as quick tackle. Kaden Young and True DeJarnett came in as reserves.You would think this was enough to play defense. But McComb had six players on the offense and six players on the defense that played just one way.Running a base 4-4 defense, Hilt was Wellingtonâ€™s top tackler. As a eagle safety he would get 21 solo tackles and eight assists.In total, 11 different defenders got 10 or more tackles during the season.Everywhere you looked the stats were nasty. Wellington would recover 10 fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles, three interceptions and two defensive touchdowns.Except for the Winfield game, the No. 1 defense was done by the fourth quarter.The group is also close and had great work ethic.â€œIt got boring sometimes in practice,â€ McComb said. â€œThere wasnâ€™t a lot to fix.â€Was there a weak link with the 2014 seventh grade team?â€œOh, they werenâ€™t always the best tacklers,â€ McComb said. â€œBut still our No. 1 defense was scored on only twice this season.â€ 54McComb12 17Fairbanks50 2 TeamScoreTotal YardsRushingPassingRushesPass Att. 3 1 10 3Cunningham1171118 64Kotchaver20 29 14Soles822 4 ClearwaterW 44-632926960444 of 6 4 32Greenlee464469.763R Follow us on Twitter. 3 3Cunningham281134.0412B 13 14Soles1090.91B 2 1 27Garton31 2Vargas3018269314 10Long13 76Young30 3 60Love361 3 15Goodrum448 32Greenlee2131 7Popplewell1251 8 No.Â NameAtt.Comp.YdsTDINT2pt. 11Buckman34 Rose HillW 38-830827731342 of 4 No.NameAtt.Yds.Ave.TD2pt.Postion 11Buckman240 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (5) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +7 Vote up Vote down whsfan94 · 302 weeks ago Congrats to this team of boys and great job to the coaching staff. Well deserved! Report Reply 0 replies · active 302 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Crusader4Life · 302 weeks ago It was a great season for the boys. I have to say though with the blowouts there were at most of the games, the coaches should have put some of the second and third string kids in more often than the last few seconds of the 4th quarter. Felt like blowout stats were more important than kids learning the game by getting playing time. That isn’t good football at this grade level in my opinion. Report Reply 0 replies · active 302 weeks ago -5 Vote up Vote down For What it’s Worth! · 302 weeks ago I’ve never understood why people can’t get it. You commented that we will wait to see if that kind of success follows them to high school. Success at the middle school does not guarantee anything. You play only other 7th or 8th graders. In High School, you play 4 years worth of the town’s best players!! It’s the All-Star Team. I am so tired of hearing parents talk about the success their child had in middle school. It isn’t even close to the same thing!! Report Reply 0 replies · active 302 weeks ago +9 Vote up Vote down Dj88 · 302 weeks ago The junior class now were pioneer league champs also back in 2011 and now there’s 9 that play high school football. So the important thing is to keep these kids out. As far as 7th grade team 2nd and 3rd team boys played off and on the entire game and Definately a lot in the second half not just last few seconds of the game. Also what outsiders don’t understand is that grades ,behavior in class, and work ethic at practice and showing up at practice effects playtime . The stats kinda prove that by how many of these young men scored touchdowns 10 find another program that 10 different kids have scored touchdowns in 7 games! At any level high school or college probably NFL . Great job coach Mccomb. Report Reply 0 replies · active 302 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down JC85 · 302 weeks ago Dj88 has it right. Just look at the stats! Look how many kids got tackles or at least in on tackles. You can’t look at the score and tell which kids got to play. Congrats on a perfect season boys! Report Reply 0 replies · active 302 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! 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A highly-oranised gang of roaming copper bandits has stolen one thousand metres of high grade Eircom phone lines.More than €10,000 of cabling has been stolen in biggest raid to date.The raid, which took place at four different locations, happened last weekend.In what is one of the most serious attack ever on the communications system in Donegal, cable worth more than €10,000 was taken on the Milford to Carrigart road at four different locations. The robbery is the latest but most serious incident which has seen copper cabling stolen on at least a DOZEN different occasions over the past four years.Eircom engineers told the Tirconail Tribune that sophisticated cutting equipment would have taken hours to cut down the cabling.In one instance close to Cranford some 500 metres was taken: further down the road 250 metres were cut out and a stay across the road to stabilise the system was also slashed to pieces in what is described as a highly dangerous operation for any passing motorists.Elsewhere near Sweeney’s Filling Station at Devlinreagh a further 100 metres was removed while close to the junction with the road into the Harry Blaney Bridge a further 150 metres was taken. Eircom officials say this is the most serious incident yet and phone subscribers are struggling in many isolated areas to keep in touch with their families.There had been a noted decline in cable theft but this returned in July with another spate of robberies.A total of 1,500 metres of cable was taken during different raids at a number of locations including, Fanad, Drumbarnett, Glenveagh, Drumkeen, Mongorry Hill and Rahan on the outskirts of Letterkenny.Only a year earlier the copper bandits struck three times in four daysin the community in Fanad.While it is claimed there is an active Garda operation ongoing, thepublic seems not to be aware of this and the thefts continue unabated. Some now are questioning the extent of the investigation as more and more people continue to find themselves cut off for periods of time because of the thefts.COPPER BANDITS STEAL 1,000 METRES OF CABLE IN BIGGEST HEIST YET was last modified: September 5th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:CarrigartcopperGardaiMilfordtelephone cable stolenthieves