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THE TAMPA TRIBUNE Sports Upper Tampa Bay-11 Saturday, October 9, 1993 Early playing opportunity surprises UF freshman Heroes By CHRIS HARRY Tribune Staff Writer BATON ROUGE. La. Jeff Mlttheii heard the promises and thoueht nnthino nf them. No matter the University of Florida returned nve starters on the offensive line. ' Ua Utao nnln " iA HOmetOWn Play 83 redshirt iicsiiinuu. Al least, that's what the coaches told him. "I'll be honest it wasn't like I was holding my breath until I got in there," said Mitchell, who was a standout on both sides of the ball at Clearwater Countryside High. "I really didn't figure on playing much at all. Maybe in the final two minutes when we were up by 20 points." But Mitchell got a pleasant surprise when offensive line coach Jimmy Ray Stephens sent the entire second-line unit in for the first series of the second half in the season opener against Arkansas State. Florida led, 24-6. With backup quarterback Danny Wuerf-fel at the controls, the Gator reserves marched to back-to-back touchdowns. "It felt good to be out there and contributing at that stage of the game" Mitchell said. "But I just figured it was because we were playing Arkansas State." The wake-up call of Mitchell's young career came the following week at Kentucky. ine oators were throwing Interceptions. Penalty flags were flying. Starting quarterback Terry Dean had been benched. Florida trailed, 17-9, five minutes into the third period and the Big Blue natives were smelling blood in Lexington. Once again, Stephens summoned for the second-team line. With the game on the line. On the road. In the Southeastern Conference. "I was shocked," Mitchell said. "You appreciate the confidence the coaches are showing in you, but you didn't have time to think about that. We were losing the game," Ten plays and 88 yards later, the game was tied. With two redshirt freshmen . ' ': k ' j ' Mitchell COLLEGE FOOTBALL Vernon Henderson, a 1966 graduate of Hillsborough High, will be inducted into the University of South Dakota Hall of Fame today. Henderson went into the Army following high school and after being discharged accepted an offer to play football at SDU in Vermillion. An offensive lineman, he earned numerous honors, including conference MVP while playing four years for the Coyotes. Henderson was a member of the All-Decade team for the 1970s and received a tryout with the Green Bay Packers after graduating in 1974. Henderson competed professionally on the National Wrestling Alliance circuit as "Big V" and now works for . the post office. Tom Brokaw of NBC News and late Miami Dolphins owner Joe Robbie and his wife are members of the SDU Hall. "I'm just infatuated by this," Henderson said. "This is quite an honor. That's a beautiful part of the world and those are just super wonderful people up there. It was 85 degrees just yesterday but they're expecting it to be in the 30s this weekend. The leaves will be changing and it'll be beautiful." FHSAA MEETING The Florida High School Activities Association Board of Directors voted Monday to conduct a state championship series in fastpitch softball for this school year only. In other business, the board approved an expanded state baseball championship series allowing the district runner-up to qualify for the playoffs and approved two classifications for golf competition. The board's action on softball effectively eliminates the slowpitch softball playoff program. The expanded baseball playoff follows action taken in March expanding playoffs in football and boys and girls basketball. The exact format has not been decided, but the expanded playoff will advance the district champion and runner-up to a regional format, possibly similar to that in basketball. The golf competition will be conducted in two classifications the state's larger schools will compete in the combined Class 5A and 4A division with the smaller schools in the Class 3A-1 A division. COLLEGE SOCCER Duke junior midfielder Brian Crane, a Jesuit High graduate, has helped the Blue Devils to a 7-2 record and No. 6 national ranking. Crane has started six games with one goal scored. Sophomore forward Corey Lieber, a Chamberlain graduate, also is on the team but hasn't played this season. B PREP SOCCER Berkeley Prep is seeking a junior varsity coach. The season runs from Oct. 25 to Jan. 28 with daily practices from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. and. weekday games. For information, contact Athletic Director Al Pisano at 885-1673. TRIBUNE STAFF (Mitchell and roommate Donnie Young) and a Division I rookie transfer (Anthony Ingrassia by way of Boston College) helping pave the way, Florida ripped through the Wildcats defense in less than three minutes, with Wuerffel hitting Chris Doerlng on a 19-yard touchdown pass, then Willie Jackson for a two-point conversion. That made the score 17-17. Mitchell and his mates were Inserted later for what turned out to be the game-winning drive. "We were fresh and Kentucky's guys were dead," Mitchell said. "We just manhandled them." Since that night In the Blue Grass State, Mitchell and his second-line colleagues have enjoyed the same kind of success In similar situations in victories against Tennessee and Mississippi State. The fifth-ranked Gators (4-0, 3-0) hope that trend continues when they venture into Tiger Stadium tonight for a nationally televised (ESPN, 7:30) SEC clash against Louisiana State (2-3, 1-2). "It's such a tribute to put those guys in there and never really lose anything," Stephens said. "To be able to continue drives and keep the ball moving and have that kind of depth is such an incredible asset." When Mitchell arrived at UF as part of the Gators' glitzy 1992 recruiting class, he was targeted as a defensive lineman. That all changed in his first few weeks when the Florida coaching staff asked him to switch to offense. "They told me I'd have more of a chance to play on offense than defense," he said. "That's all I needed to hear." Mitchell worked with the scout team during 1992, but impressed the coaching staff with his gains size, quickness and strength during off-season training. "Jeff is one of the strongest guys on this team," Stephens said. "He's very physical and very strong, but he also has very good feet. A lot of those big, strong weightlifter guys don't have those quick feet, but he does." And It's only a matter of time, Stephens says, before Mitchell becomes something special. "All Jeff needs is more game experience. And he will get that," Stephens said. "He's going to be a dang-good one one day. He's already good, but I'm talking outstanding here. He has that potential." "I never thought things would happen for me this fast," Mitchell said. : t ; - 7 - v . " CANDACE C. MUNDYTribune photo Conference preparation Chamberlain's Jordan DeTillio prepares for the Western Hicks Pool. DeTillio, a sophomore, is among the county's Conference Swim Championships, held Friday at Bobby top backstrokers. Results, High School Sports Allen finds ascent quick to Temple Heights job - Lewis Alien By CARTER G ADDIS Tribune Staff Writer TAMPA Tom Allen didn't have much time to prepare for his head coaching debut at Temple Heights Christian. One day. That's all he got after second-year coach Steve Lewis was asked to step down by the Temple Heights school board on Thursday. Allen, 23, had been the team's defensive coordinator. He was thrown into the fray against Admiral Farragut Friday afternoon (Results, High School Sports). Less than two years after graduating from Division III Maranatha in Wa-tertown, Wis., Allen ascended to his dream job. "It's taken with mixed emotions," Allen said. "The key thing is to pull the PREP FOOTBALL kids together. I don't see this as an opportunity to take over Lewis' job, but we'll pick up the ball and run with it." Lewis, who was 2-11 dating back to last season, will remain athletic director at Temple Heights. "My school board felt that the dual job of athletic director and football coach was too much for one man to handle," Lewis said. "They had no one else to do the athletic director job, and they had someone in place to coach football, so they decided to separate the two jobs on Thursday. That's their prerogative, and I accept that." The Eagles were 1-2 with Lewis entering Friday's game. A low point came in a 32-0 loss to Berkeley Prep, in which two Temple Heights players were ejected for bumping an official. Allen said the bumping incident didn't bring about the change. Allen played linebacker at Maranatha, and played for his father at Newcastle High in Indiana. Allen said he learned the coaching trade from years of family film and strategy sessions. "I've been around it my whole life," he said. "I've found in coaching, there's a lot more tension than there is when you're playing, and there's less opportunity to release that tension." Allen dealt with the sudden news by meeting with his assistants and his players Thursday afternoon. He said he hopes to have the "interim" removed from head coach before long. "I will give my football coaches 100 percent support and effort to see this season through to a successful end," Lewis said. , FHSAA adheres to 7-runner limit for JV By BILL WARD Tribune Staff Writer TAMPA Although it has been a longtime practice of state cross country coaches to enter more than seven runners in junior varsity races, the Florida High School Activities Association has determined seven is the limit. The FHSAA's decision is based on its state contest regulations, which say "a team shall be composed of five to seven runners." The FHSAA rules do not specify whether this applies to junior varsity, but FHSAA commissioner Ron Davis says it does in his interpretation. "If the rule is there it should be adhered to," Davis said. "And if there is no mention of junior varsity in the rules, then it should be assumed that the same rules we use for varsity contests apply to JV, too." The FHSAA made the interpretation as a result of a recent protest by Brandon coach Jim Graves. At last week's Raider Invitational in Plant City, Brandon's varsity boys team was disqualified by Plant City Assistant Principal Kelly Williams because Brandon had more than seven runners in the JV race. Later, Graves filed a protest with his school's athletic director, who forwarded it to Hillsborough County Athletic Director Wayne Williamson. Williamson said Hillsborough County had limited JV races to 15 runners. But after consulting with the FHSAA this week about Graves' protest, Williamson said the county now will abide by the state limit of seven. Prep Cross Country So, what was once a Hillsborough County matter became a state issue. "We've never set a limit in JV races for as long as I remember," said Ridgewood's Glenn Cable, who has coached cross country in Pasco County for the past 15 years. "It doesn't make sense. We don't have a bench for kids to sit on and wait to be substituted at the one-mile mark." Clearwater girls coach Kathy Biddle says limiting JV participation would be detrimental to the sport and her program. "It's not encouraging the younger kids to come out," Biddle said. "And that's how you build a program, by getting those freshmen and sophomores out and working with them." Leto boys coach Bobby Ennis and Falcons girls coach Bill Weed are so upset about the ruling both said they will resign at the end of the season unless the FHSAA changes the interpretation. "This will be the end of my coaching career if I can't do anything about It," Ennis said. "I've had kids that weren't in my top 14 as sophomores who went on to be great runners. And I have kids right now who aren't in the top 14 who will never be great runners but at least they're out there and not sitting in front of a video game." "This is just another example of how Hillsborough County is going to ruin it for the rest of the state," Weed said. "Once again, people who don't care about the sport or the kids are making decisions that affect both." TODAY Prep cross country: Don Bishop Invitational at Brandon Armwood, Blooming-dale, Brandon, Chamberlain, East Bay, Jefferson, King, Hillsborough, Robinson, Plant City, TBA; Leto, Plant, Tampa Catholic at Gainesville Invitational, 10 a.m. MONDAY Prep volleyball: Tampa Catholic at Lakeland Santa Fe, 6 p.m. TUESDAY Prep cross country: Leto at Largo Invitational, TBA Boys swimming: Armwood vs. Brandon at Brandon YMCA, 7 p.m.; Chamberlain vs. Jesuit at Interbay YMCA, 7 p.m.; East Bay vs. Hillsborough at Memorial, 7 p.m.; King vs. Plant City at Temple Terrace, 7 p.m.; Leto vs. Robinson at Copeland, 7 p.m.; Berkeley Prep vs. Plant at Bobby Hicks, 7 p.m. QMs swimming: Armwood vs. Brandon at Brandon YMCA, 7 p.m.; Academy of the Holy Names at Chamberlain at Interbay YMCA, 7 p.m.; East Bay vs. Hillsborough at Memorial, 7 p.m.; King vs. Plant City at Temple Terrace, 7 p.m.; Leto vs. Robinson at Copeland, 7 p.m.; Berkeley Prep vs. Plant at Bobby Hicks, 7 p.m. Prep volleyball: Chamberlain at Arm-wood, 7 p.m.; Bloomingdale, East Bay at Robinson, 6 p.m.; Brandon, Galther at Plant City, 6 p.m.; Jefferson, King at Hillsborough, 6 p.m.; Leto, Rant at Tampa Bay Tech, 6 p.m.; Tampa Catholic at Temple Heights, 4:30 p.m.; Academy of the Holy Names at Sarasota Booker, 5:30 p.m.; Canterbury at Seminole Presbyterian, 4 p.m. Boys soccer: Bradenton Christian at Seminole Presbyterian, 7 p.m.; Tampa Prep at Lakeland Christian, 4:30 p.m. CLASSIFIED INDEX ANNOUNCEMENTS CLASSIFICATION 1-49 FINANCIAL CLASSIFICATION 50-99 REAL ESTATE CLASSIFICATION 100-149 MOBILE HOMES CLASSIFICATION 150-170 RENTALS CLASSIFICATION 199-249 EDUCATION CLASSIFICATION 250-299 EMPLOYMENT CLASSIFICATION 300-399 MERCHANDISE CLASSIFICATION 400-499 BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE DIRECTORY CLASSIFICATION 1001-1450 FARMER'S MARKET CLASSIFICATION 500-549 RECREATION CLASSIFICATION 550-599 TRANSPORTATION CLASSIFICATION 800-649 ERRORS Advrtisr ar ncour-0d to chvck th first ap-parsnc of thair ad for corrections. 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