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:10 The Julian News Know Judy Raines Julian Veronica Clark 760-604-1946 and the entire Back Country 760-803-3582 DRE #01350842 DRE #01092197 Experienced In All Aspects of Real Estate - Including Short Sale Negotiations We have homes in Julian and the back country starting with the price of $125,000. They are in good areas and are all sizes. Call us today for a list with pictures or to see any of these homes. Great opportunity in Carlsbad. Home is in La Costa area. Schools are excellent. Home is 2484 i sq. ft. 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths, needs extensive finishing inside. Extra large yard, pool, 2 car  garage. $600,000 J Great level lot in Shelter Valley Ranchos. The community of Shelter Valley is close to California hiking and riding trails and only 15 minutes from the town of Julian. The property has been serveyed and all comers marked. Many folks live here year round. Julian School District. Good well area. $25,000 anker  Eagles Goose Egg continued from page 1 and an 11-yard sack later and the Eagles are punting once again. And the first quarter comes to an end. Another flag flies and the Bobcats are moved back to their own 9. Hamilton's gathering momentum was driving them UP the field when they fumble, again, and the Eagles recover on the Bobcats' 49. 1st year RB Eddie Silva picked up a hard fought 5 yards, but the young Eagles O line cost Hunter an 8 yard sack and his hurried 20 yard pass to Tah was just out of Tah's reach. Brian got off a quick punt, which was returned 40 yards to the Eagles 42. ' Lazaro Hernandez got into the Bobcats backfield and dropped the Hamilton QB for a 3-yard Ibss but they managed a 39-yard Completion and a first down at he Eagles 6. The defense couldn't hold and Hamilton scored again. Their PAT was really wide left and with 6:19 gone in the 2nd quarter, Hamilton was now up 20 tOO'. i Tah took the Bobcats kickoff at his own 16 and picked up another 15 to give his Eagles a decent starting position at the Eagles 31. Julian's makeshift line was playing their collective heart out, but couldn't stop the rush and Bunter tossed two incompletions before he connected with Tah for a 20 yard completion and an Eagles 1st down. The O line got Swarmed again as Hunter was dropped for another 14 yard loss, threw a hurried incompletion to Kellen and only picked up 2 to Tony on a quick safety valve dump-off pass. The Eagles are again forced to punt. My Eagles are getting nicked up and at this point I am needed to help take Care of the wounded. : Several plays later, and I am back and Hamilton is moving. Moniz, at defensive end gets into the Bobcats' backfield and drops the Hamilton QB like a sack of wet rags, setting up a 4th and 23. The Bobcats try a fake punt from Beautiful piece of property with lots of natural vegetation. The pad, septic and water meter remain. A rebuild is possible. The location is excellent, with a great view of the woods and a small pond. Access is all paved yet very private and quiet. The property is off the grid so you will need solar and a generator. Owner very easy to work with. $40,000 the Eagles 42, but the punter is stopped at the Eagles 23, 4 yards short. The ball goes over to our side on downs. 1:46 left in the half, the team has just risen to the occasion and stopped their foe; can they put together a successful drive? A tired O line can't get a handle on the bull rushing Bobcats defense and Hunter is forced into 3 incompletions. Brian comes in and booms a 41-yard punt to the Hamilton 36 with no return. Hamilton can't get anything going as time runs out on the 1st half. At halftime, the score is our Julian Eagles 0, their Hamilton Bobcats 20. A lead, but not an insurmountable one. 1st year RB/returner Darren Duffy elected to down the ball on the Eagles 35 on the Bobcats' kick off to open the second half. Hunter tries another hurried throw to 1st year WR Kody Chambers and gets picked off at the 50. Not enough time to set up and throw. The Bobcats pick up two quick 1st downs to the Eagles 22 and are looking for an easy score when they fumble and lose the ball at the Eagles 11 and our boys recover at the 8. Silva gets nailed in the backfield for a 1 yard loss, a hurried incompletion, a false start on the center (?), penalty refused, and another hurried incompletion and the Eagles get a high wobbly punt that Hamilton returns the rock to the Eagles 1. Hamilton makes quick work of their field position and scramble into the Eagles endzone and their PAT is good. The Bobcats are now up by 27. Hamilton succeeds with an onsides kick and starts their possession at the Eagles 49. The Bobcats' RB takes off around the right and runs for another TD, but a Hamilton O liner gets a flag for holding. The Bobcats are penalized 15 yards from the spot of the foul, but are awarded a first down at the Eagles 30. Hamilton works it's way down to a 1st and goal at the Eagles 4 and once again gets flagged for an illegal block in the back, which is assessed on Hamilton's kick off. Several of the coaches are perplexed as to how a penalty before the runner crosses the plane of the goal line is assessed on the kick off after a TD that should have been called back! Nonetheless, Hamilton is now up by 34. Eagle Eddie Silva takes Hamilton's' kick at his own 25, and wrestles his way 13 yards carrying most of the Bobcats' defenders for a respectable return. Hunter gets sacked twice before Eddie picks up 10, but your Eagles are short 10 yards for the first down and have to punt it away. Brian gets off another good punt under intense pressure and I get called to tape some more injuries. And I'm back ........... Yeow! Just in time to see Hamilton pick up 49 yards and another score. Hamilton 41, Julian 0. Tah takes Hamilton's kick at the Eagles 35 and gets to his own 48 before he is swarmed under. Eddie hits for a quick 6 yards and loses 1 on second down. Hunter's hurried pass just misses and outstretched Tah. The Eagles are forced to punt away as the 3rd quarter ends. Opening the 4th quarter, Hamilton scrambles for a quick 1st down and then inserts there "jumbo" package; O lineman as running backs ..... kinda like William, "the Refrigerator" Perry of the mid 80's disco Bears. But they aren't singing. The jumbos net 9 yards and Julian gets the ball on downs. 8:45 to go. Tah, in the backfield, twists and turns for 10 yards. Eddie adds 1. Tah pretends to be a Ginsu knife and slices and dices for another 22. Eddie gets another 2. Three incompletes and the ball goes over on downs. Hamilton takes a couple of knees and it's over. Final score: Hamilton 41; our Eagles 0. With the Eagles starting roster now reduced by three, starting RB Ronnie Jones was lost to a hand injury in the first interschool scrimmages two weeks ago, starting WR/DB Cole Southcott was dealt a groin injury against Borrego last week and starting center Alex Casas' ankle tonight, ons Beefs, Breakfast And Chili There's so much happening on the political scene. The Republican and Democratic parties have had their primaries and I have a beef. Let me preface that by saying that this column does not take a political side because it is the face of our local American Legion Post. While many would assume that there is unanimity of political opinion among the members, nothing could be further from the truth. There is a wide divergence of political thought and philosophy in the organization. That being said, my issue is where was the coverage by the networks? Other than the final night coverage, our national networks have reduced a vital American tradition and institution to nothing more than sound bytes. This has always been our opportunity to observe our candidates, hear the party platforms and listen to the famous and infamous politicians of our time. This is our opportunity to hold their feet to the fire. Without fair network coverage, we are reduced to cable news. While I am not complaining about their coverage per se, we run the risk of listening to reporting that strokes our political bias by the channel we choose. With the demise of newspapers in favor of the electronic media, we are losing the in-depth reporting of times past. have put a crimp in the Eagles output but not their spirit. Ronnie and Cole will be back later this season, as they heal and rehab. Alex is most likely out for his first and last year as an Eagle. If the team will listen to their coaches and use these events to build on, they will come out of their two game slump and soar once again. Let's give the boys a chance to make the changes before we count them out. We ain't done yet! Our Eagles will host the ,Lutheran High School Knights of Chula Vista next Friday at 3 PM. Come on out and support your Eagles. Even you guys in the cheap seats on the highway. tc!er season? 3. Three players from Louisiana Tech eventually became members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Name them. 4, Who was the last Indiana Pacer before Danny Granger in 2008-09 and 2009-10 to average at least 24 points per game for two consecutive seasons? 5. Five NHL players have had four-goal games in the NHL All- Star Game. Name four of the five. 6. Which college did coach Bruce Arena lead to four consecutive NCAA Division I men's soccer championships.? 7. Who was the longest- reigning middleweight boxing champion? Answers on page 14 I'm not done. Be you Democrat or Republican there has never been an election where the parties are more divergent in their vision and plans for America. At this late date I find it hard to believe the person that claims to be independent and undecided, what the parties and media refer to as a swing voter. I am sorry if I offend but the differences between the parties are so stark at this point that if you're still undecided at this point, the Knuckle Head Party should be your affiliation. I would much rather have spirited debate with someone of opposing views than try to convince someone from the KHP to follow my lead. Anyway, this is an exciting time for America and the rest of the world who follow our politics closer than those in the KHP. Our great treasure of voting is upon us so study the issues, make a choice, and exercise that great right that has been bestowed on you by those that came before and cast your ballot. Some great news on the local front wasthe benefit breakfast for the JHS football team sponsored by the Sons of the American Legion. The kids got out there and pre-sold lots of tickets and there were a lot of folks who paid at the door. During the breakfast the football players got a chance to eat (gorge) and comments about the quantity of food they consumed ranged from "1 can't believe this" to "disgusting". During the regular monthly meeting of the Sons on the Tuesday following the event one of the kids from the football team was there. He was in his after practice togs, sweaty and tired. I'm thinking he was there for more food but he asked to speak. He stood and said he was there on behalf of his teammates and thanked the Sons for the great opportunity to earn some money to benefit their program. You've got to love the character of a kid who shows that kind of appreciation and tells you so. Needless to say the Sons responded with applause, cheers and smiles. It makes it worth it for the guys that rise at dark thirty to September 12, 2012 do this monthly, year after year. By purchasing a ticket for these Breakfast events, you do a great service to the groups who might otherwise go without. The rules and entry forms for the 4th Annual Chili Cook-Off are available at the Legion Post at the corner of Washington and 2nd. The contest is on September 22nd so get your application and entry fee and $15.00. fee in as quickly as possible. Some of the requirements are that you must provide your own stove and because the kitchen will be in the parking lot you will need to bring your own ground cover. A tarp of some sort will fit the bill. All the cooking will be done on site, one gallon of chili is the minimum, no packaged seasoning except your own concoction will be allowed but pre-chopping of ingredients is OK. Tables will be provided by your host, cooking starts at 10 a.m. and judging is at 3 p.m. This is a great community event that everyone is invited to. There will be bands, and hot dogs for purchase so you can slather your favorite chili on and an outdoor bar. For more information call 760 765-0126 or go to the Legion website at www. Here Ye! Here Ye! Breakfast at the Legion this Sunday - the usual faire, Pancakes, Corned Beef Hash, Sausage, Home Fries, .a' fill you up meal for $8.00 and the Post is doing it up right for the Julian/Santa Ysabel 4H club chapter. They start serving at 0700 and go until Noon. Make your plans now to help out the local kids (and I do mean goats, steers, hogs ...) The 4H club member today could be your food provider in the future! **.* "The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself "" -- Frederich Nietzsche =.,c....o,o..os.. PANCAKES, SAUSAGE, EGGS, COUNTRY POTATOES CORN BEEF HASH BISCUITS/SAUSAGE GRAVY BREAKFAST BURRITO 00)00.COFFEE AND ORANGE JUICE % Benefit breakfast for "\\; Julian - Santa Ysabel 4H Club "\\; --Su nd e,  2-- ^ "N,, _, j 7:00 A.M.- 12:00 Noon 0 , ",%, ,%. '' Nn"prfit prDo: ,:tu,'i &to t':$hci:gtm:n Julian Ca %%, "LOOK WHAT'S COOKING" 4TH ANNUAL AMERICAN LEGION POST 468. .Jill* CHILI COOK OFF ' SAT, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012 PUBLIC WELCOME TO COMPETE ir /r'l -- s00o.so00o sv: 00.E00CAN =00ON 468 WHERE: 2503 WASHINGTON STREET ,.C O JULIAN, CALIFORNIA t. v_ ,- CHECK IN: 9:30 A.M. " k.l'GO0* ENTRY FEE: $15.00 BY SEPTEMBER 22, 20112 25 MAXIMUM ENTRIES TWO CATEGORIES RED AND VEGETARIAN COOK OFF RULES 1. CHILI MUST BE COOKED ON SITE! 2. PRECHOPPING ALLOWED 3. NO PACKAGED CHILI SEASONING 4. COOKS MUST SUPPLY THEIR OWN STOVE 5. MUST COOK ONE GALLON 6. COOKING TIME STARTS AT 10:00 A.M. 7. NO SAMPLES UNTIL AFTER JUDGING 8. JUDGING AT 3:00 P.M. 9. CERTIFICATES FOR 1ST, 2ND AND 3RD PLACE IN BOTH CATEGORIES 10. TABLES WILL BE PROVIDED 11. MUST HAVE GROUND COVER FOR MORE INFORMATION AND ENTRY FORM PLEASE CONTACT 760-765-0126 OR VISIT OUR WEB SITE AT VWVN.JULIANPOST468.ORG.