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Wildwood First In AA; Leesburg,
Umatilla Move Up

By Mel Barlow
Sports Editor
Daily Commercial
Tuesday, October 12, 1976



The
Leesburg Yellow Jackets created enough noise during the past few weeks scoring 50 or more points
in three of their four wins in finally breaking into the top ten in Class AAA this week for the first time this
season, they occupy the ninth slot.

"We wanted to stay obscure until after the first half of the year," said
head Jacket Max Wettstein. "I would
say we're on schedule.

"Of course being ranked doesn't do anything for you as far as district standings, are concerned. What
really counts is where we are when the season over."

"The bigger step that we take, the more responsibility we have in living up to the confidence placed in
us," said the fourth year head coach.

"The capability is there if we can improve on our consistency.

"I'm very pleased with our ranking and can honestly say the kids deserve it since they have worked and
played so hard in achieving what we set out to accomplish before the first game," said
Wettstein.




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Mel Barlow
Sports Editor
Daily Commercial
Tuesday, October 12, 1976

Leesburg Public Library
100 East Main Street
Leesburg Florida 34748












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LEESBURG HEAD COACH MAX WETTSTEIN AND DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR HUBERT O. DABNEY
Wildwood First In AA Leesburg Umatilla Move Up, October 12, 1976  Gerald Lacey Staff Writer Carver Heights Quarterback Club
Wildwood First In AA; Leesburg Umatilla Move Up, October 12, 1976, Gerald Lacey, Staff Writer, Carver Heights Quarterback Club
LEESBURG YELLOW JACKETS FOOTBALL HEAD COACH MAX WETTSTEIN AND ASSISTANT COACH HUBERT O. DABNEY, LEESBURG HIGH SCHOOL, 1401 YELLOW JACKET WAY, LEESBURG, FLORIDA 34748, GERALD LACEY, STAFF WRITER, CARVER HEIGHTS QUARTERBACK CLUB
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