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Brookestone resident Ryan Pytosh was honored as a national recipient during the 54th annual Pop Warner All-American Scholastic Banquet held at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. Awards are based on academic achievement and involvement in the community. Each year, Pop Warner honors the scholastic accomplishments of these student-athetes and recognizes notable athletes and leaders who serve as role models to Pop Warner’s youth.

Brookestone resident Ryan Pytosh was honored as a national recipient during the 54th annual Pop Warner All-American Scholastic Banquet held at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. Awards are based on academic achievement and involvement in the community. Each year, Pop Warner honors the scholastic accomplishments of these student-athetes and recognizes notable athletes and leaders who serve as role models to Pop Warner’s youth.

The YMCA of Central Florida diving team, under the direction of head coach Mark Ruiz, crowned two National Champions, Maggie Merriman in the 12-13 platform, and Grace Cable in the 12-13 3-meter.

The YMCA of Central Florida diving team, under the direction of head coach Mark Ruiz, crowned two National Champions, Maggie Merriman in the 12-13 platform, and Grace Cable in the 12-13 3-meter.

Congressman Daniel Webster threw out the first pitch at a Winter Garden Squeeze baseball game, during which West Orange elected officials participated in an orange “squeeze off.” After the first inning, Oakland Commissioner Joseph McMullen, Ocoee Commissioner Rosemary Wilsen, Windermere Mayor Gary Bruhn, Clermont council member Tim Bates, and Winter Garden Commissioner Robert “Bobby” Olszewski competed to see who could squeeze the most juice into a glass.

Congressman Daniel Webster threw out the first pitch at a Winter Garden Squeeze baseball game, during which West Orange elected officials participated in an orange “squeeze off.” After the first inning, Oakland Commissioner Joseph McMullen, Ocoee Commissioner Rosemary Wilsen, Windermere Mayor Gary Bruhn, Clermont council member Tim Bates, and Winter Garden Commissioner Robert “Bobby” Olszewski competed to see who could squeeze the most juice into a glass.

Orlando Area Rowing Society members and recent high school graduates will continue rowing in college. Pictured are (l. to r.) Alex Harding, Harvard University; Patrick Hansen, Harvard University; Allison Zimmerman, University of Louisville; Justin Figueroa, Jacksonville University; and Brandon Montague, Washington College.

Orlando Area Rowing Society members and recent high school graduates will continue rowing in college. Pictured are (l. to r.) Alex Harding, Harvard University; Patrick Hansen, Harvard University; Allison Zimmerman, University of Louisville; Justin Figueroa, Jacksonville University; and Brandon Montague, Washington College.

Korean National Collegiate Baseball team manager Kim Han Kun (second from left) is welcomed to Winter Garden by (l. to r.) Winter Garden Squeeze General Manager Adam Bates, Winter Garden Commissioner Robert "Bobby" Olszewski, and Winter Garden Squeeze Board President Ed Williams.

Korean National Collegiate Baseball team manager Kim Han Kun (second from left) is welcomed to Winter Garden by (l. to r.) Winter Garden Squeeze General Manager Adam Bates, Winter Garden Commissioner Robert "Bobby" Olszewski, and Winter Garden Squeeze Board President Ed Williams.

Montverde Academy’s Cruyff Court was dedicated during the third annual M.A.S.T. — Montverde Academy Soccer Tournament. Professional soccer greats Dwayne de Rosario, Salif Diao and Frank Rijkaard attended the ceremony, along with MVA students, their families, staff members and friends of the school.

Montverde Academy’s Cruyff Court was dedicated during the third annual M.A.S.T. — Montverde Academy Soccer Tournament. Professional soccer greats Dwayne de Rosario, Salif Diao and Frank Rijkaard attended the ceremony, along with MVA students, their families, staff members and friends of the school.

haha isnt that so true... from the seeds that cover the bottom of ur bag to your layers of mud and dirt

haha isnt that so true... from the seeds that cover the bottom of ur bag to your layers of mud and dirt

Windermere Little League 11/12 All-Stars celebrate winning the District 14 baseball championship. Congratulations to (front, l. to r.) Jake Peters, Logan Mueller, Nate Wilkerson, Josh Plasencia, Devon McCall, Mason Russell, (middle, l. to r.) Joe Cobb, Kyle Dunlap, Judson Hershiser, Jacob Drury, Trey Harris and Grant Greca. Also pictured are coaches (back, l. to r.) Judd Hershiser, Neal Harris and Steve Wilkerson.

Windermere Little League 11/12 All-Stars celebrate winning the District 14 baseball championship. Congratulations to (front, l. to r.) Jake Peters, Logan Mueller, Nate Wilkerson, Josh Plasencia, Devon McCall, Mason Russell, (middle, l. to r.) Joe Cobb, Kyle Dunlap, Judson Hershiser, Jacob Drury, Trey Harris and Grant Greca. Also pictured are coaches (back, l. to r.) Judd Hershiser, Neal Harris and Steve Wilkerson.

SouthWest Stars Swim team members (l. to r.) Gracie Khunduang, Jaiden Muramatsu, coach Bruce Follensbee, Addison Russo and Rhiannon Driscoll break a state record in a 200-meter relay event at Patriot Aquatics.

SouthWest Stars Swim team members (l. to r.) Gracie Khunduang, Jaiden Muramatsu, coach Bruce Follensbee, Addison Russo and Rhiannon Driscoll break a state record in a 200-meter relay event at Patriot Aquatics.

Windermere Wildfire 03 members finished in first place in the 11-under division during United States Specialty Sports Association’s Summer Lovin’ at the NTC fast-pitch softball tournament. Held at the National Training Center in Clermont, Summer Lovin’ saw Wildfire 03 battle it out with other teams from Longwood, Ocoee, Pierson and Rockledge.

Windermere Wildfire 03 members finished in first place in the 11-under division during United States Specialty Sports Association’s Summer Lovin’ at the NTC fast-pitch softball tournament. Held at the National Training Center in Clermont, Summer Lovin’ saw Wildfire 03 battle it out with other teams from Longwood, Ocoee, Pierson and Rockledge.

Congratulations to the following Windermere Wildfire 2000 team members for winning two recent softball tournaments: (front, l. to r.) Lauren Evans, Sam Guider, Megan VanGerena, Grace Gregorie, Claire McDonnell, Erin Rogers, Casey Heinle, Grace Turner, Kelly Dwyer, and (back, l. to r.) coaches Rick Evans, Richard Gregorie, Rob Turner and Mike McDonnell.

Congratulations to the following Windermere Wildfire 2000 team members for winning two recent softball tournaments: (front, l. to r.) Lauren Evans, Sam Guider, Megan VanGerena, Grace Gregorie, Claire McDonnell, Erin Rogers, Casey Heinle, Grace Turner, Kelly Dwyer, and (back, l. to r.) coaches Rick Evans, Richard Gregorie, Rob Turner and Mike McDonnell.

The West Orange High School varsity boys soccer team wins the district championship for the fourth consecutive year. The Warriors are currently ranked as the No. 5 high school soccer team in the nation. They will now enter the regional playoffs, which will culminate in the state championship.

The West Orange High School varsity boys soccer team wins the district championship for the fourth consecutive year. The Warriors are currently ranked as the No. 5 high school soccer team in the nation. They will now enter the regional playoffs, which will culminate in the state championship.

Jewish Community Center’s Hoopstars Basketball Camp members — (front, l. to r.) Sam Gordon, Mitchell Spector, Carly Rayman, Chase Kuchman, Trey Jackson, Ben Gruenthal, Maxine Gold, (back, l. to r.) coach Noah Benscher, Evan Richman, junior coach Josh Rayman, Nathan Cicci, Tyler Blanchard, Estefano Cicci, Charlie Hanley, Lauren Olgee, Ahad Ali, junior coach Hunter Magen, and coach Shayna Elkin — dominate the court. Not pictured: coach Marcio Cicci.

Jewish Community Center’s Hoopstars Basketball Camp members — (front, l. to r.) Sam Gordon, Mitchell Spector, Carly Rayman, Chase Kuchman, Trey Jackson, Ben Gruenthal, Maxine Gold, (back, l. to r.) coach Noah Benscher, Evan Richman, junior coach Josh Rayman, Nathan Cicci, Tyler Blanchard, Estefano Cicci, Charlie Hanley, Lauren Olgee, Ahad Ali, junior coach Hunter Magen, and coach Shayna Elkin — dominate the court. Not pictured: coach Marcio Cicci.

Southwest Orlando Golf League concluded its team competition for the season. Groups from Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge, The Golden Bear Club, West Orange Country Club, and Windermere Country Club competed for points in the matches. The Bay Hill team, led by captain Paula Hodges, won the competition with the fewest total strokes over the season.

Southwest Orlando Golf League concluded its team competition for the season. Groups from Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge, The Golden Bear Club, West Orange Country Club, and Windermere Country Club competed for points in the matches. The Bay Hill team, led by captain Paula Hodges, won the competition with the fewest total strokes over the season.

Members of the YCF Loreleis synchronized swimming team broke a 25-year drought by qualifying for the 2014 USA Synchro Age Group Nationals. The team, which swims at the YMCA Aquatic Center on International Drive, was started by synchronized swimming legend Mary Rose in 1975. Today it is coached by Puerto Rican national synchro champion Teresa Szakos. For more information, visit http://www.orlandosynchro.org on the Web.

Members of the YCF Loreleis synchronized swimming team broke a 25-year drought by qualifying for the 2014 USA Synchro Age Group Nationals. The team, which swims at the YMCA Aquatic Center on International Drive, was started by synchronized swimming legend Mary Rose in 1975. Today it is coached by Puerto Rican national synchro champion Teresa Szakos. For more information, visit http://www.orlandosynchro.org on the Web.

Congratulations to members of the Windermere Nationals 9-under travel baseball team on becoming the first-place underdawg champions after run-ruling their last two opponents in the finals at the Nations of Greater Orlando 2014 Looney Tunes Battle of the Bats tournament.

Congratulations to members of the Windermere Nationals 9-under travel baseball team on becoming the first-place underdawg champions after run-ruling their last two opponents in the finals at the Nations of Greater Orlando 2014 Looney Tunes Battle of the Bats tournament.