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While league play started out with wins against Calvary Christian and Foothills Christian it was actually a loss at Borrego Springs that proved to be the turning point for the season. After a loss that could have spelled doom for the team, it actually provided the light to guide the team through the rest of the season. During the review of the game film, the team discovered their potential and developed a mantra for the remainder of the season "patience in everything you do". With that mantra in mind, both offensively and defensively, other team members began to develop through the play of Michael Hatch (Sr), Daniel Smith (Sr), Joseph Munsom (Sr) and Justin Van Bibber (Sr) on offence, and Dakota Kerhart- Merries (Sr), Johnny Hake (Sr) and Corey Thornton (Sr) began to shine on defense. With that mantra, the team became one of the toughest teams to score against for the rest of the season. After their last regular match was canceled due to weather, they had one thought on their minds. Would Julian make the playoffs? A goal that not so very long ago seemed .out of reach was now at their fingertips. The Citrus league proved to be one of the stronger in the CIF San Diego section, with six of the eight teams making the playoffs. And in the end, a strong non-league schedule and great performances against the leagues' best teams proved to be enough to carry them into the playoffs for the first time in memory. The final score was indicative of how close the game was played. The play of keepers Justin Flores (Jr) and Adolfo Soils (Sr) continued to develop and by the end of the year, they were as good as anyone would Mike Wessley Helps The Julian News 7 and They Help Julian Michael Wessely of Julian, California, is one of 240 young people pledging to perform 10 months of public service throughout the country as part of the 17th class of the National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC), an AmeriCorps program. As a Corps Member, Wessely will spend 10 months getting things done for America and its communities. Wessely and his team will work on four projects involving environmental Snacks Refreshments Bake Sale conservation, infrastructure II per person improvement, urban and Drawings for Gift Baskets rural development, energy conservation and disaster relief. 1St Prize (most BUNC0's) = $1N After his 10 month stint, 2ndPrlze(mostwins)=$50 Wessely will graduate from 3.1 Prize (rest losses) = $25 NCCC on November 17, 2011 Reservations/Information . with an education award of X Rose Mary - 760 765 4853 , $5,550, which can be used to If You Don'l Know How To Play, We'll Teach You l continue education or pay back A Benefit for Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church student loans. Religious Education Program Classro0m Building Fund "Everyday is a new experience. You don't know what to expect. Flexibility is key while serving in Arnericorps. I am having the time of my life," says Wessely about service. AmeriCorps NCCC is a leadership program for young people ages 18 to 24. In exchange for completing 1,700 hours of service during a 10-month term, these young people receive an education award of over $5,000, plus a living stipend, housing and more. AmeriCorps programs are administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service, a federal agency. Interested applicants and project sponsors are encouraged to learn more by visiting www. americorps.gov/nccc or calling 1-800-942-2677 Mike Wessley is all smiles at an AmeriCorps camp. that this vast terrain offers," says school loans. AmeriCorps is member Nic Hanson. administered by the Corporation AmeriCorps Crew Working In William Heisse Park AmeriCorps NCCC is for National and Community An ....... AmeriCorps National part of AmeriCorps, a Service. For information: Civilian Community Corps network of national service applying to an Amei;iC s (NCCC) team is currently serving programs created to improve program, call 1-800-942'26 7 at William Heise Park through May 5th. The NCCC team is presently providing assistance in a variety of areas including trail maintenance and camp revitalization. San Diego County Parks and Recreation recently experienced storm damage during the winter season. Because of the snow many of the campsites were destroyed. NCCC members are playing a vital role in the camps' rehabilitation process. William Heise County Park, as part of the San Diego County Parks and Recreation Department, strives to provide opportunities for high quality parks and recreation experiences and to preserve regionally significant natural and cultural resources. The team is excited to provide help in every way possible. 'Tm thrilled for the opportunity to serve in the Julian area and experience the natural wonders the environment, enhance education, increase public safety, and assist with disaster relief and other unmet human needs. The Pacific Region campus, located in Sacramento, Calif. Serves Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and the territories of Guam and American Samoa. The Pacific Region campus is one of five campuses in the United States; the others are located in Perry Point, Md.; Vinton, Iowa; Vicksburg, Miss. and Denver, Colo. AmeriCorps members must complete at least 1,700 hours of service during the 10-month program. In exchange for their service, they receive $5,500 to help pay for college or to pay (1-800-94-ACORP) or visit the website at www.americorps.gov/ nccc. AmeriCorps workers clearing brush and enjoying themselves. This Contest Is Who Reserve The Right Legion , Or All EDges see in goal. And Miguel Hinojosa (Sr) provided the glue for both the offense and defense. While the playoff game ended up being their last game of the year, it showed everyone they belonged. The post season delivered not only pats on the backs and awards, but it also illuminated the bright future that this team has. During the winter sports banquet, awards were given to Michael Hatch for Coaches Award for Sportsmanship, Jordan Postal for Offensive Player of the Year, Jesse Lopez for Defensive Player of the Year, and Miguel Hinojosa was named Team MVP. And after the banquet more awards were picked up by the team, Both Miguel Hinojosa and Jesse Lopez were named Citrus League first team honors and Brian Garcia was named second team honors. While the graduation of such a large senior class will be felt in the short term, the long term outlook is still bright for years to come with a number of returning starters and another strong incoming class.