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September 3, 2014 Eagles Stumble continued from page 1 the pick. Van Sickle picked up 5 yards on his own and his bomb to Rodriguez was called back because of a holding penalty. A 48 yard bomb to Manzano gets the Rams another 6 points and their 2 point PAT succeeds., 9:31 second quarter, Rams 26, Eagles 0. JJ gets swarmed under by the Rams kicking team and manages 4 yards on the Rams kick off. Kellen got hit hard and lost the ball. The Rams scooped and scored. The 2-point attempt was good. 9:12 second quarter, Rams 34, Eagles 0. JJ got hauled down at the Julian 13 as he picked up the Rams kick. Deep in the Eagles own territory, an Eagles wideout misses the snap count and the Eagles lose 5. Darren suffers a similar fate when the O line takes a brief vacation and he gets slammed down 4 yards behind the line. Skyler attempts a keeper and picks up 11 yards, but the Eagles have to punt it away once again. The punt went Eagles defense, trying to stop the onslaught. photo by Lance Arenson, LPAKphotography.com off the side of Skyler's foot.and went out at the Julian 32. Van Sickle to Thompson, 33 yards. TD. PAT kick good. 7:09 second quarter, Rams 41, Eagles 0. JJ picked up 24 yards on the ensuing .kickoff and the Eagles .have a fairly decent starting position at their own 36. Darren picks up 3 yards on his own efforts on the Eagles first down, but can't pick up any more on his next 2 rushes. The Eagles get flagged for delay of game and are forced to punt deep in their own territory. Skyler's Senior Darren Duffy trying to lead an offensive charge. photo by Lance Arenson, LPAKphotography.com Blue Ivy is a 5 year old female Pit Bull who weighs 501bs. She has a calm, affectionate demeanor and loves people. She was most likely used as a breeder dog and dumped when no longer useful. She has tons of love to give her human pals and will shower you in slobbery doggie kisses. Meet this wonderful girl by asking for ID#A1596467 Tag#C359. Blue Ivy can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. Baron is a 5 year old neutered black and white feline who weighs 121bs. Quiet and gentle, this large boy is declawed so he wil require an indoor only home. Baron loves to be petted and waits patiently at his door for attention when the volunteers come in the cattery. Meet this handsome guy by asking for ID#A1603028 Tag#C981. Baron can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. All adoption fees include vaccinatioi~s, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Blue Ivy and Baron are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelterhours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit www.sddac.com for more information. punt was a beauty to behold. A long, high punt that was downed at Borrego's 6 yard line. His session with future HOF'er John Carney paid off. Thompson ripped off a quick 8 yards and the follow-up by Rodriguez was stopped up by Shuuluk going through the Rams lead blocker after a 14 yard pickup. Thompson picked up a short 3 yards and on the next play, the Eagles D line encroached and donated another 5 yards to the Rams. The Rams pick up another 7 and a first down and Jr. DL Mason Baay stuffed the Rams rusher after a short gain of 3. Thompson put it into high gear on the next Rams play and got past the Eagles for a 44 yard TD. The Rams PAT failed. 2:11 second quarter, Rams 47, Julian 0. Ozzy picks up a 5 yard return on the Rams kick and your Eagles set up at their own 30. Darren scampered for a quick 5 yards, but soph. new guy RB Nino Romano was swarmed under at the line of scrimmage for no gain. Skyler's third down pass to frosh RB Nyemetaay Linton, Shu'uluks younger brother, fell incomplete. Once again, Skyler gets off a boomer that Ozzy downs at Borrego's 15. With 33 seconds left in the half, Borrego takes a knee to run out the clock. At the Half, the Borrego Rams 47 the Julian Eagles 0. Because of the score, the officials decided to play the second half with the clock running. The clock would only be stopped for called time-outs, scores or the end of the quarter. Borrego took Julian's kick and made a short return against a stiffened Eagles defense. The Rams first play from scrimmage gained 16 yards, but they were shut down by a hard tackle by Nino Romano, an in the backfield tackle by the Eagles defense for a 3 yard loss, an illegal motion penalty on the Rams backfield and a defensed pass by Darren. Finally, the Rams have to punt it away. It bounces out of bounds at the Eagles' 35. With 7:22 left in the third quarter, Skyler's first down pass to Darren fell incomplete; on the next play, Kellenkicked it into high and ran for a 25 yard pick up, to the Rams 40. The O line misses a few key blocks and Skyler has to fight for his life to keep the loss to only 2 yards on first down. Skyler's pass flies downfield, but the errant receiver went left when he should have just blazed down the field. Skyler flips a quick shovel pass to Darren that the Rams shut down after a short pickup. Skyler dropped back on the next snap and quick kicked into the Rams endzone 0:47 left in the third quarter, Rams ball. The Rams pick up 6 yards as the quarter comes to an end. The fourth quarter opened with a 74 yard TD run by Thompson. The Rams PAT splits the uprights. 11:25 left in the game, Borrego 54, Julian 0. JJ took the Rams kick at his own 5 and scrambled for a 25 yard pickup. Darren picked up 5 hard yards on first down. The hand off on second down went to someone other than an Eagle and Borrego covers the fumble. The Rams butt their way downfield and,pick up their final score. PAT is good. With 2:49 left in the game, and the final score, Borrego 61, Julian 0. Not a very good start to the season, to say the least. Did their inexperience show? Yes. When late returning Jr. O lineman Chris Boyd gets his The Julian News 7 mandatory 10 practices under his belt, his experience will be felt on the line. The same can be said for late returner Bubba Duro. Incoming frosh lineman Alex Carson has had experience in organized youth football and is dealing with CIF transfer rules and the athletic little brother of Tah and Johnny Beresford is awaiting his eligibility. Transferring Jr. Daniel Streamer will definitely be an immediate asset once he gets through with CIF's mandatory 30 day sit out rule. He will be playing at Homecoming, Will the Eagles get better as the season goes on? Most certainly. In addition to the above players, the freshmen will have more experience as the season goes on and will definitely be bigger contributors. Next week, our Eagles travel to the garden city of San Bernardino to take" on the Phoenix of the Public Safety Academy. Game time is 6:00 PM in San Bernardino. by Krisie Morgan I have decided to start Krisie's Ramblings again. I have been putting it off because of lack of time, but I decided to make time because it would make me feel closer to the Julian Chamber Membership as well as the locals of Julian. Since I stopped writing for the JCC Newsletter I am feeling out of touch. A lot has been happening this month... The Julian Grape Stomp is just around the corner (September 6) and this year we have added some new activities that I think will add to the fun of the event, a VIP Tent, Childrens Activity Area and Trash Your Wedding Dress. I am part of a wonderful committee this year, which is so refreshing, so many hands, ideas, decisions and most important to me, support. Last week a group of Africans visited our town and were given a special tour by Kiki Skagen Munshi. When I received the call that they were coming and would like a tour guide, Kiki was the first person I thought of. I contacted her immediately and without a bit of hesitation she agreed. (I hope you saw her lovely article in the August 20 issue of the Julian News.) She spent all day with them, met them at the Town Hall for a welcome, took them to the Eagle & High Peak Mine, Romanos, shopping in town, wine tasting at Menghini Winery and best of all took them back to her beautiful ranch for pie, generously donated by Julian Pie Company. I bet all 16 of them went home with fond memories of our little town thanks to Kiki. On August 20, the Small Business Association(SBA) partneredwith the Julian Chamber and held a very informative seminar about starting a home based business. Services For Dorothy Thompson A memorial service will be held for Dorothy Thompson at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church in Julian on September 27, 2014 at 1 pm. Father Cecillo Moraga will be officiating. He kindly drove Dorothy to San DiegO for doctor appointments after Ben passed away. Dorothy passed away March 21st at Sharp Memorial Hospital. She was a 20 year resident of the Pine Hills area of Julian. She was predeceased by her husband Larry (Ben) Thompson in 2011 and her beloved son Eugene in 2005. She is survived by her daughters Sheryl Day who lives and works in the Grand Canyon and Joan Fishback of Vallejo, California. She has several grandchildren. She obtained a Master's Degree with honors in library science. She was a regular volunteer at the Julian library, an avid reader and a member of several Julian book clubs. She also enjoyed crocheting and belonged to the Julian Crochet Club. She loved animals especially dogs, having numerous pets throughout the years and enjoyed bird watching. She donated numerous supplies and feed to the Cuyamaca Girl Scout Camp. She loved to travel; her favorite area was Cayucos and Cambria, California. She lived in San Diego the last year of her life to be near her good friend Connie Moore and her family, who were with her for holidays, birthdays, restaurant outings as well as the last days of her life at Sharp Memorial Hospital. Dorothy was grateful to Bill Fink who enabled her to remain in Julian 2 years after her husband passed by maintaining her home and property. Her ashes will be spread at Font's Point in Anza- Borrego Park near her son's ashes. She will be fondly remembered and missed by family and numerous friends. There were local speakers as well as the SBA's professionals. I hear it was excellent and very informative. The next one will be held at the American Legion. Can you believe apple season has startedalready? Apple Star Orchards (weekends and by appointment) and .Volcan Valley Apple Farm (7 days a week) are already open and O'Dell Pear Orchard (weekends or by appointment) is opening on the 30th of this month. MJ Ranch will be open starting the day after the Grape Stomp, September 7 (weekends and by appointment). Gastil Mountain Farms/Apples & Art are open for groups only, starting September 5th. For more information go to the Julian Chamber web site at www.julianca.com and click on Orchards, there are a few more o 'chards [ "haven't-heard from yet. I always seem to need to mention the weather in my ramblings and nothing has changed. This month reminded me of August at Lake Tahoe. It would be the most humid month of the summer and there would almost always be a thunder and lightning storm in the afternoon. rll never forget how the lightning flashes looked over the lake. I had to laugh at my neighbor Josh's chickens during the storm on Thursday evening. There was a lightning flash to the north that was so large and noisy it had them scurrying into their coop as fast as they could run. I was in my car, so wasn't afraid at all. That's all for now, I hope to see you all at the Grape Stomp this year. Y ,de cared for our community by disposing of your used Oil correctly. youknow that oil filters need to be recycled too?