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FOR COMPLETE COVERAGE OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP MEETS, TURN TO SECTION C x 4 MMLS SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1994 Ci Sports Sunday Baseball is history to Garrett By JOHN C. COTEY Times Correspondent There is no story here about smitten love for the game, nor the pain of leaving it behind. Wayne Garrett can turn on a baseball game and watch with nary a sliver of pain, remembrance or longing. Baseball and Garrett have danced their dance, and while baseball continues to do the twist although lately just in the wind Garrett is content to stand to the side and watch. "When I walked away that was it," said Garrett, who retired in 1980 after nine years of service with the New York Mets, Montreal Expos and St. Louis Cardinals. He turned away coaching offers because "I don't like the politics of baseball," and he won't even get involved in Little League because of the parents. "All the screaming and yelling and criticizing so badly because they expect them to be perfect at a young age," Garrett explained. "It's terrible." But Garrett, who was born in Brooksville and lived his first two years there, still makes the occasional foray back into the game. On Nov. 25, 26 and 27, he'll sign autographs at a card show being hosted by Brooksville's Joe Levine. He'll be joined at the Hernando County Fairgrounds by Hall of Famer Monte Irvin, Baltimore Orioles great Mike Cuellar, former NBA center Artis Gilmore, and former baseball players Hector Lopez and Earl Battey. It will be Garrett's first return to Brooksville in some time. His family moved to Sarasota, where he now resides, when he was 2 years old. Some relatives remained, permitting trips back for occasional hunting, but for the most part, Brooksville is all but forgotten. However, baseball, despite Garrett's seeming indifference to it, is not. How can you forget playing with Nolan Ryan and Tom Seaver, winning a World Series, seeing the world? Garrett was drafted out of Sarasota High School and signed by the Milwaukee Braves in 1965. But he never played in the majors with the Braves, who moved to Atlanta the following year, and his big break didn't come until the then-lowly Mets picked him up. It was 1969 when Garrett made his first appearance in the show, and as any Mets fan will attest, there was never a better year for the team, its players or its fans. The Miracle Mets went on to win the most improbable of world championships that season, with the likes of an unproven Ryan, Cleon Jones, Tommy Agee, and, of course, a rookie named Garrett. "Everything happened that year," recalled Garrett, who batted once in the World Series. "It was the first year I'd been to a major league spring training camp, my first time ever in New York, my first time playing in front of a New York crowd. The only guy I knew on the team was my roommate (Rod Gaspar, who pinch-ran in Game 4 and scored the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning to push New York to a 3-1 series lead). That was a great year, and it was a great group of guys." Garrett was still on the team in 1973 when it went to the World Series again, although this time it couldn't top Oakland. Garrett had probably his best season, hitting .256 with 16 home runs and 58 RBI, and added two more home runs in the Series. After eight years with the Mets, , Garrett had short stays in Montreal and St. Louis that ended in 1978, then tried a two-year stint in Japan with the Chunichi Dragons in an effort to rehabilitate an injured knee. Garrett had hoped to return to baseball in America the injury forced him to settle for just returning to America. For Garrett, however, there are none of the regrets many athletes tend to carry with them, i "It was fun, but when it was over, j it was over," Garrett said. HOW TO REACH US Have a story idea? Hot topic? Question? Here's how to reach us: By phone: Call Citrus sports writer Joanne Korth at 344-1266. She's there most days between 10 a m. and 7 p.m. By fax: Call 344-3121 By mail: Write to Citrus Times, Sports, 3822 E Gulf to Lake Hwy., Inverness, Fla.. 34450 HEROES AND HAPPENINGS Times photo STEVE HASEL Lecanto quarterback Todd Bandhauer, left, and receiver Ramon Mohammed congratulate each after hooking up for the Panthers first touchdown in a rout of Hudson. Trends & Notes Lecanto's 48-20 victory over Hudson tied the school record for most points scored in a game. The Panthers beat Orlando Luther 48-0 in 1985, their first varsity season. Lecanto needed only one play to take advantage of a fumble recovery by Salesi Vaipulu on Hudson's opening drive. Senior James Costa darted 58 yards for a touchdown on the Panthers' first play from scrimmage. Lecanto scored on seven of nine possessions each of its first six and did not commit a turnover. Though Friday night belonged mostly to the seniors, two glimpses of the future came in the fourth quarter when freshman Richie Wright reached over his head to intercept Hudson's Brandon Hall at the Lecanto 35-yard-line, and freshman Joe Courier caught a 26-yard pass for a crucial first-down. The Stat Book Lecanto senior quarterback Todd Bandhauer completed 10-of-14 passes for 206 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. Costa had a career-high 159 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries. Lecanto junior Tyler Hunsinger caught five passes for 98 yards including a 49-yarder for his longest of the season and a 21 -yard touchdown, his fourth. Hudson receiver Justin Thompson caught six passes for 106 yards and three touchdowns in the first half, but did not catch a pass the rest of the night as Lecanto recorded a second-half shutout. The Quote Book Lecanto coach Ron Cline on Costa's 58-yard touchdown run: "I didn't see it. I was over somewhere trying to re-invent the wheel on defense." JOANNE KORTH Lecanto seniors end with rout By JOANNE KORTH Times Stafl Writer LECANTO They lingered there on the Lecanto High football field after most of the stands were empty senior football players not wanting their last game at Panther Stadium to be over quite yet. This was worth savoring. Lecanto, which has struggled to shed the loser label acquired through nine losing seasons, went a long way toward erasing the pain of a year gone awry in its 48-20 victory over Hudson. Though 3-7 was their final mark for 1994, it hardly seemed so in the post-game glow of a scoreboard that boasted a school-record-tying 48 points. Not since the Panthers'inaugural varsity season in 1985 had there been a seven-touchdown evening. One couldn't have come again at a better time. "It's a great way to close out my senior year," said senior James Costa, who rushed for career bests of 159 yards and three touchdowns. "If there was any way to end the season, that was it." From Lecanto's first offensive play of the night a 58-yard touchdown run by Costa that marked the longest single gain of his varsity career to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter to a second-half shutout by the defense, it was the Panthers' night to revel. Senior quarterback Todd Bandhauer completed his work on the Lecanto record book by adding another 206 yards to his single-season total of 1,441. Ramone Mohommed, who hadn't scored a single point all season, erupted for 14 two touchdowns and a two-point conversion. And, of course, Costa a 5-foot-6, 150-pound work horse ran beyond all expectations. "It was a great tribute for the seniors," fifth-year coach Ron Cline said. "You can roll together all the frustrations of Citrus, Crystal River, Hernando and Central all the games that were important to us and all the dreams we had. But the kids played with emotion and a lot of spirit. "These are kids who are real winners and leaders. They're not my flesh and blood," Cline said amid grateful handshakes from a few of his departing seniors, "but they're the next best thing." For a few hours Friday night, and for a lifetime of memories, there were none better than the Panthers. So, in some ways, their last game will never end. FOOTBALL: BY THE NUMBERS Schedules, scores Central SEPTEMBER 15 Springslead 7 21 at Hernando 34 24 Lecanto 1? 12 at Pasco 53 OCTOBER 7 atLandO'Lakes 23 13 Citrus 4 27 Zephyrhllls (OT12B 7 at Crystal River 6 NOVEMBER 54 Hudson 14 21 at South Sumter 34 Citrus SEPTEMBER 23 Willlston ' 35 at Lecanto 6 35 South Lake 0 21 atTavares v 21 Lake Weir 19 OCTOBER 0 at Vanguard 35 6 at Central 13 0 South Sumter 20 12 at Hernando 35 NOVEMBER 0 Crystal River 6 Crystal River SEPTEMBER 7 at Hernando 28 21 at Willlston 7 35 Dunnellon 29 34 Lecanto 0 27 at South Lake 3 OCTOBER 7 South Sumter 21 37 at P.M. Lehigh 20 10 Gulf 3 6 Central 7 NOVEMBER 6 at Citrus 0 Gulf SEPTEMBER 7 Hudson 7 at River Ridge 2 Pasco 21 CC Catholic 10 at Lecanto OCTOBER 6 at Osceola 23 Ridgewood 3 at Crystal River NOVEMBER 19 Lakewood 37 atLandO'Lakes 9 27 35 0 23 18 10 20 (OT130 OCTOBER 21 Zephyrhllls 34 Lecanto 55 at Hudson 35 Citrus NOVEMBER 7 at Pasco 21 at Sprlngstead Hudson SEPTEMBER 9 at Gull 0 Lend O'Lakes 12 Ridgewood 0 at Zephyrhllls 0 at Springslead OCTOBER 0 Pasco 20 Hernando 0 River Ridge NOVEMBER 14 at Central 20 at Lecanto Land O'Lakes SEPTEMBER 30 at Hudson 0 6 River Ridge 19 13 Hernando Jl 3 at Tampa Jesuit 28 OCTOBER 23 Central 7 7 at Springslead 21 7 at Pasco 48 77 Ridgewood 7 NOVEMBER 17 at Zephyrhills 27 30 Gull (OT137 Lecanto Hernando SEPTEMBER 28 Crystal River 34 Central 15 at South Sumter 21 atLandO'Lakes SEPTEMBER 18 Dunnellon (OTI 6 Citrus 19 at Central 0 at Crystal River 8 Gulf OCTOBER 3 at Kiss. Polnclana 12 at Hernando 15 CC Catholic NOVEMBER 7 at South Sumter 48 Hudson Pasco SEPTEMBER 14 at Tampa Jesuit 27 at Zephyrhills 35 at Gulf 53 Central 36 South Sumter OCTOBER 34 at Hudson 29 at River Ridge 48 Land O'Lakes 46 Zephyrhllls NOVEMBER 61 Hernando Ridgewood SEPTEMBER 6 Zephyrhllls 40 atDunedin 14 al Hudson 12 0 Clearwater 35 OCTOBER 14 Sprlngstead 7 18 at Gulf 23 6 East Lake 28 7 atLandO'Lakes 27 NOVEMBER 15 at Tarpon Springs 42 0 at River Ridge 14 River Ridge SEPTEMBER 27 Gulf 7 19 atLandO'Lakes 6 24 atl.akewood(OT) 27 17 Zephyrhllls 20 OCTOBER 47 at Kiss. Gateway 7 16 Pasco 79 37 at CC Catholic 3 28 at Hudson 0 NOVEMBER 6 Osceola 26 14 Ridgewood 0 South Sumter SEPTEMBER 21 Wlldwood 6 13 atEustls" 9 27 Hernando 15 54 Leesburg 13 19 at Pasco 36 OCTOBER 28 at Crystal River 7 20 at Citrus 0 12 at South Lake 13 NOVEMBER 45 Lecanto 7 34 Central 21 Game ruled incomplete because of lightning. Springstead SEPTEMBER 7 at Central 15 14 at Clearwater 37 0 Zephyrhills 3 13 Tarpon Springs 36 41 Hudson 0 OCTOBER 7 at Ridgewood 14 21 LandO'Lakes 7 27 Dunedln '26 NOVEMBER 9 at East Lake 34 27 Hernando 71 Zephryhills SEPTEMBER 7 at Ridgewood 14 Pasco 3 at Sprlngstead 48 Hudson 20 at River Ridge OCTOBER 5 at Hernando 14 Dunnellon 27 at Central 7 at Pasco NOVEMBER 27 Land O'Lakes Hernando star signs with USF Pitcher-shortstop Bronson Arroyo turns down Georgia Tech, Georgia Southern. BASEBALL By TIM BUCKLEY Times Staff Writer t 27 0 1 17 71 7 a M Standings Class 5A, District 7 Team W L W L PF PA Clearwater 4 1 8 2 330 M East Lake 4 1 7 3 212 102 Tarpon Springs 4 1 7 3 738 178 Sprlngstead 1 4 4 4 166 193 Ridgewood 1 4 3 7 89 235 Dunedin ) 4 1 t 106 313 Class 4A, District 6 Team W t, W t PF PA South Sumter" 3 0 7 2 260 112 Crystal River J 1 7 3 190 125 Citrus 12 1 5 1S3 149 Lecanto 0 1 7 134 241 Class 4A, Dislrict 7 Team W L W L fF PA Pasco St 1 383 179 Hernando 4 1 7 1 271 MS ZeohvrhMs J 2 7 3 173 141 Land O'Lakes 2 3 3 7 163 215 Central 1 4 5 5 201 224 Hudson 3 1 73 3 Class 4A, District 8 Taam w L W L PA Osceola 3 10 0 297 116 Lakewood 3 1 3 3 169 199 River Ridge 12 4 235 125 CC Catholic 0 3 1 II 231 Independent W L PF PA Gulf 4 6 171 130 "Led 13-9 against Eustls, but game was declared Incomplete because of lightning Sunshine Athletic Conference Team W L T Pasco 6 0 0 ZephyrhHV 6 I 0 River Ridge' 4 3 0 Ridgewood 3 3 0 Springstead 2 3 0 Land O'Lakes 2 4 0 Gulf 2 5 0 Hudson ,:fl-; Includes preseason game Gulf Coast Conference Team W L T South Sumter 5 0 0 Hernando 4 1 0 Central 3 2 0 Crystal River 2 3 0 Citrus 1 4 0 Lecanto 0 5 0 BROOKSVILLE Hernando High senior Bronson Arroyo went to Tampa over the weekend and came home a college scholarship richer. Arroyo, a standout pitcher and shortstop on the Hernando baseball team, said he was signing a letter of intent to play for the University of South Florida. Hernando coach Tim Sims said Arroyo turned down similar offers from Georgia Tech and Georgia Southern in order to accept one from the NCAA Division I program in Tampa. Arroyo visited all three schools, but said choosing USF was easy. "A lot of it had to do with surroundings," he said. "Mostly, I liked the coaching staff better than anybody else I talked with. It's close to home, and I like their philosophy there: Coach (Eddie) Cardieri said they'll play the toughest schedule they can in order to get better." Though his pitching was hin dered by tendinitis last season, Arroyo hit .380 and drove in 24 runs for the 24-9 district-champion Leopards. In the summer of 1993, he was the title game's winning pitcher when his Brooksville-based Hernando Youth League team won the Dixie Majors state championship. As a sophomore, when Hernando was 30-5 and district champion, he had 21 RBI. By making his formal decision during the NCAA's early signing period, which began Wednesday, the 6-foot-3, 180-pound Arroyo avoided having to think about his future college plans throughout his senior season. "We Bronson, (Arroyo's father) and I looked at it as something we wanted to go ahead and take advantage of, so as to not let it be a distraction during the season," Sims said. "He didn't need the stress of having to think about it all throughout the season." "I did that so I could go out and play loose," said Arroyo, who was recruited by USF as a pitcher. "I think it helps you down the road, with the draft and everything." Arroyo's only baseball-related decision remaining is whether he will indeed play for USF or, assuming he's chosen in Major League Baseball's annual amateur draft, sign a pro contact straight out of high school. "With his size and the frame he's got, they're looking at (pitching) more than the shortstop picture for the pros," Sims said. "In my opinion, it's going to happen (being drafted). Where (what round) and how much (money is offered) remains to be seen." Should Arroyo opt to play for USF as a freshman, he cannot be drafted again until after his junior season. The higher he's drafted out of high school the more likely he is to go pro, though at this point he said the more likely scenario has him going to school. Arroyo also had inquiries from Florida and Mississippi State, but opted to take the sure offer from USF. "He was up front with the others that he wanted to sign early and get it out of the way," Sims said. "They said they wouldn't know if they had anything available until spring," said Arroyo, also a standout basketball player. "So I figured that if they have nothing to offer now and might not have anything then, then I might as well go ahead and take what I have now." FOR THE RECORD BASKETBALL Touring team A Canadian girts 13-and-under team will be touring Florida from March 12-16, 1995. The coach, Ross Enslev, said his team would be capable of playing a junior high or AAU team. Any team interested In playing a game can caH Enslev at (519) 759-1996 or write htm at 112 Balmoral Drive, Brantford, Ontario, Canada, N3R 5C3. BOATING Group activities The Hernando Area Boat Club, organized to promote safe boating through group activities on the Gulf of Mexico, meets at 7 p.m. on the first and third Thursday each month at the Daysprlng Presbyterian Church, 6000 Mariner Blvd., Spring Hill. For more information, caH Bob Spadaro at (904 ) 596-0131. BOWLING Teen Nights Manatee Lanes in Crystal River wfff have Teen Night from 9:15 p.m.-12:15 a.m. on Dec 18 The $6 admission charge covers unlimited bowHng, Hve entertainment, pool tournament and prizes. Cal 795-4546 for more information. Neffer's Lanes Neffer's Lanes In Homosassa Springs offers Moonlight Bowling each Saturday at 9 p.m. Bowl ers roll three games for $ 10. Lumberack shots have been added at the end of the third game in which bowlers making strikes with a rack of 5-pound pins (instead of the normal 3.8 pounds) receive $50. Call 628-3552 for more information. DIVING BC Buddies Any category diver interested in education, refreshments and planned dive trips may meet with the BC Buddies the first Tuesday of each month, 7-8:30 p,m at the First Federal Savings and Loan community room, 800 W Main St. In Inverness. For more Information, call and leave a message at (904 ) 563-2763 after 6 p.m. GOLF Rainbow Springs scramble An IB-hole team best-bad scramble will be conducted by the Friends of Rainbow Springs State Park, Inc. on Nov. 19 at 8 a.m. at Rainbow's End Golf Club in Dunnellon. Prizes wiH go to the top three teams and to the men's and women's winners of a closest-to-the-pfn competition. The $25 per player entry fee includes cart rental, greens tees and refreshments The registration deadline is Monday. For more Information, contact B1H Reed at (904 ) 489-4566. SOFTBALL" Seniors club The Citrus County Senior Softball Club, a league of players ages 55 and older, plays games on Mondays at Bicentennial Park, Crystal River. Anyone interested should call Dick LeGros at 795-8699 SWIMMING Pool passes Passes to the pool at Bicentennial Park in Crystal River are being offered by the Citrus County Parks and Recreation Division at a reduced rate. A family pass costs $25, a senior pass for ages 60 and older $10, and an individual pass $12.50. For information, call Diane Wiener at 795-2202 Water aerobics The City of Inverness Department of Parks and Recreation holds daHy water aerobics classes at Whispering Pines Park from 9-10 a.m. Monday through Friday. Cost is $1.50 per day Instructor Leyla Posey is certified by the Aquatic Exercise Association and the International Dance and Exercise Association, and Is certified in first aid and CPR CaH 726-1995 Water aerobics Bicentennial Park Pool, Crystal River, offers water aerobics classes at 9 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday, at 10 a.m. on Saturday, and at 5:30 p.m on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Classes last for 45 minutes Nancy Todd and Robin Harper, both certified through the Aquatic Exercise Association, are the instructors For more information, caH 795-2202 or 795-1478 Swim lessons Swimming lessons are offered at Bicentennial Park Pool. Morning and evening sessions are available for al ages Phone reservations are being accepted at (904) 795-2202 Ci TIMES SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1994 WEDDINGS By Vicki Zook MRS. MYERS Myers-Angius Gina Marie Angius and John Paul Myers were married Oct. 22, 1994, at the Stouffer Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C. The bride is the daughter of Sylvia Angius of Charleston, W. Va., and Sam Angius of Sisson-ville, W. Va. The bridegroom is the son of Rodney and Joan Myers of Homosassa. The bride is a graduate of Sis-sonville High School and Glenville State College. She is office manager for Beers & Cutler, C.P.A. The bridegroom is a graduate of the International School (Phillip-pines), the Georgia Institute of Technology and George Mason University. He is land acquisitions manager for Pulte Home Corp. They live in Oakton, Va. Wedding forms may be obtained by calling Vicki Zook at (800) 333-7505, ext. 8735. Completed forms must be returned to Vicki Zook, co St. Petersburg Times. P.O. Box 1121, St. Petersburg, FL 33731 no later than 30 days after the date of the wedding. 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