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September 19, 2012 The Julian News 7 Eagles Win continued from page 1 Eagles 0. My Eagles open the Second Quarter with a bullet pass from Hunter McConnell to Tah for 22 yards and an Eagle first down. Silva took a hard shot in the backfield and recovered his own fumble 18 yards deep in the backfield. A false start on the O line and now it's 3rd and 23. Hunter fired another bullet to Moniz, just off of Moniz' fingertips and we're looking at 4th and 23. From the Knights' 42. Coach White, the Timothy, sees a little crinkle .in Lutheran's defense and sends Moniz out into a crease in the coverage. Hunter sees it too, and rifles a perfect spiral to Tony, who jets 42 yards to the Promised Land. Brian Garcia comes in for the extra point and nails it. Julian 7, Lutheran 6. I have been a football fan and student of the game for more than 50 years. I have never seen a kick off like this, EVER. Your Eagles line up for the after points kick off; just like any other kick, Garcia approaches the ball, gets his foot into a low, ground hugging F/A18 at Mach 1.1. The ball hits a member of the Lutheran front five with a crack that could have been heard in Honolulu. The football zooms back into a knot of charging Eagles used to be defenders at the Eagles' 40. First down Julian. Hey Coach, are we gonna practice that one this week?? 14 minutes off the clock, 6 turnovers. At this rate, there will be more tui'novers on the Eagles Field than in Apple Alley's display case. Hunter had to hurry his first pass of the possession and it fell incomplete. Ditto, the second. The third, another Knights' pick! 7 turnovers, 13 minutes down. Knights ball at their own 44. The Knights make two quick first downs when the stumble and lose .1 on a stumbling rush. Lutheran's QB has nowhere to throw• or go and gets stuffed at the line of scrimmage and loses the rock. He recovered his own fumble. -On 3rd and 11, they could only muster a scant 7 yards and looking at a 4th and 3, gets stuffed for a 3-yard loss. Eagles ball! 5:30 to go in the quarter and Tah is wide on the right side of the line. He sweeps around the back of the line, takes a quick lateral from Hunter and spirals a strike to Cole 10 yards downfield. Southcott adds 8 with his own efforts and an Eagle 1st down. Silva squeezes through the tiniest hole and picks up a yard. Hunter incompletes one to Regalado and comes back with a 15 yard strike to Kellen. Hunter's next strike goes for naught as the Knights defender has Kellen hogtied on the field as the ball flies past. Pass Interference Lutheran. First down Julian at the Knights' 39. Hunter fires another Sidewinder to Kellen who outruns everybody to the endzone. Brian's PAT is right in mJ Hunter to a wide open Kellen for a major chunk of yards. photo by Joseph Mubson P.O.W./M.I.A. RECOGNITION DAY Serving The Community We Live In For Over 60 Years A DAY OF REMEMBRANCE AND HOPE FOR THE SAFE RETURN OF AMERICAN PRISONERS OF WAR AND THOSE STILL MISSING IN ACTION The public is invited to a ceremony to remember our missing soldiers and those held as prisoners of war, past and present. Friday, September 21, 2012 5:30 PM American Legion Dining Room 2nd & Washington Julian, California ............... 760-765-0126 ................... the groove and it's our game 14 to 6. Brian scoots another grounder through the Knights stable to their 15 ,and they post a weak return to their own 21. Lutheran can't move against an organized flock of determined Eagles and are forced to punt away at the 2 minute warning, which isn't given in High School football. Julian gets the ball at their own 35. Julian gets caught holding and is penalized back to their own 24. Hunter loses 10 on a sack; now it's 2nd and 35. Hunter gets one out to Kellen for 15, but gets tied up in heavy traffic with no open receivers and has to throw it away. The flags fly for intentional grounding. They are facing a 4th long from Solana Beach. On 4th down, Brian comes in to punt but the snap is wobbly, he muffs the ball, drops to one knee as he recovers the ball and gets off a 40-yard punt. Which comes back, as a safety is called on the Eagles. The Knights get 2 free points. And, an Eagles free kick from the 20. Brian tees it up and lets fly a beautiful end over end kick, which the Knights are lucky to return to the Eagles' 48. They chuck an incomplete and Southcott ices them with another pick to close the half. At Half Time, it's the Lutheran Knights 8, our Julian Eagles 14. 24 minutes of football and 7 turnovers. Lutheran is set to take the opening kick of the Half, but Brian's seeing- eye roller sniffs through the endzone. Knights ball at their own 20. The Knights start off getting sacked for 8 by Tarver and Austin McConnell steps in front of the Knights' intended receiver at the 21 and picks 'em clean. 24 minutes, 50 seconds, 8 turnovers. Anybody want to bet on an even dozen? Hunter pitches an easy overhand to Cole, who scoots in to the endzone from 22 yards out. Eagles TD. Brian's PAT attempt goes wide left, so the Eagles have to be satisfied with 6. With a minute and 15 gone in the 3rd, it's Julian 20, Lutheran 10. Lutheran takes Brian's kick at their 15 and return it 15 to their own 30. They pick up a quick 24 yards and 2 first downs on the strength of their running game, but a false start on the entire Lutheran O line gets them nothing but a 5 yard penalty. 3rd and 6. Unfortunately for Lutheran, their QB scrambles into a horde of Eagles and gets knocked down for a 5-yard loss and out of the game with an injury. Having lost several players of our own over the past three weeks, it wasn't something we wanted to see. Hopefully he will recover quickly and be back on the field ...... next week. 4th and 12, the Knights punt and it sails out of bounds on the Eagles 36. Our boys can't get it going and have to punt it away downwind to the Knights at their own 6. The Knights pick up a first down, but get called for an illegal man down field and have to punt it away on a 4th and 7. Our Eagles are flocked at the Knight's 37 and get flagged for holding. 1st and 20 from the 47. Silva zips for a quick 9 yards and Kellen snagged a tipped pass and picked up the 1st with 3 yards to spare. 1st down Eagles at the Knights' 34. Lutheran got flagged for an incidental pass interference and now the Eagles are sharpening their talons at Lutheran's 20. Garcia comes in at RB and gets a quick hard fought yard. On the next snap he scoots another 11 yards and another Eagles first down at the Knights 8 as the 3rd quarter comes to a close. Hunter opened the 4th quarter, "who's quarter, OUR QUARTER!" with an incompletion, but comes• back with a perfect 8 yard strike to Regalado for the TD. Brian's PATis good. Your Eagles are up by 19, 27 to 8. Lutheran falls on Julian's kick at their own 40 and begin their first possession of the 4th quarter. By this time both teams are getting tired and beat up. The Knights pick up a quick 6, lose a yard on second and pick up the first when the back-up QB tosses to back for 7 and a first down. During the play, first year DL Mason Baay goes down and has to leave the game. Mason had a good game after he figured out how to negate the bigger, taller center and show up in the Knights backfield at the most inopportune times for Lutheran. Lutheran's next snap ends up with a pick by Tah, who then jetted the remaining 45 for the last Eagles touchdown of the afternoon. Revenge is a dish best served cold, right Tah? and my Eagles are swooping with talons bared. Kellen dives in on first down and deposits the Knights QB 4 yards deep in his own backfield. On the next play, the QB gets happy feet and fingers and loses the ball another 10 yards back. He recovers his own fumble. They pick up 16 on a quick screen pass but the next pass flutters to the ground, untouched by anyone. Eagles ball on downs. Coach White, the Younger, begins to give his back up troops some playing time and Brian Garcia comes in at RB and Tah is now the QB. Brian gets met and dropped at the line of scrimmage and on the next play, Tah takes the snap from Shuuluk, who is subbing for Mason, who is subbing, for the injured Alex Casas. The snap doesn't go cleanly and the ball is dropped and recovered by the Eagles. The boys are getting a bit testy after Brian gets a hard fought 5 yards and a Knight unchivalrously begins to stomp on a downed Eagle. That did not go down well with the officials, nor the Eagle on the receiving end. Flags galore. Dead ball foul, unsportsmanlike conduct Lutheran, player ejected, 15 yards. •Unsportsmanlike conduct on Julian, should not have tried to retaliate, 15 yards the other way. "" Senio; Car~ LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 (760) 765-0065 6.Bed Full Service Hospice & Dementia Case by Case License #374601019 Tah Baresford with an interception returned for a TD put the exclamation point on the Eagles win. photo by Joseph Munson Brian's PAT kick is good and our mighty Eagles are up 34 to 8. The Eagles kick goes to Lutheran's 34 where the action resumes. It does not go well for the Knights; their steeds are pooped oe o Payment ptions That down is history. 4th and 7 Julian. The snap isn't completed and there is no gain on the play, ball over on downs to Lutheran at Lutheran's 32. 4:36 to go in the game and there is some fight left in the 100 of pro ............. ~'~' JGASCheck-vA, eno.N, U,~JCOUNCIL 24 Hour Emergency Service • [C' I@ Julian Chiropractic No A by Larry Cox Only $30.oo Marriages on the ] Mountain 1 Thilk#n, Chaplain Judy Bolton 1455 Hollow Glen Road (next to Soundings) OFFICE HOURS: Monday 6:30-8am Tues & Thurs 8am-Noon and 2pm-6pm Fridays 8am - Noon 760-765-3456 Now Available Certified Animal Adjusting Q: Although I have read several references in your column about Nancy Drew books, as a young girl I was fascinated by Judy Bolton. I have several early editions from the 19306 and A DIVISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION We accept Healthy Families Insurance 2721 WA fiI 5 JULIA , C 92036 (Next To Town Hall) wwwjulianmedica/.com -- OPEN MONDAY- FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 5PM 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE wonder if they are worth keeping -- Constance, Metarie, La. A: The first Judy Bolton title, "The Vanishing Shadow," was published in 1932 by Grosset & Dunlap. The first 10 books in the series featured light-green cloth covers and were extremely popular with young readers. First editions published between 1932 and 1940, with dust covers and in good condition, generally sell in the $25 to $50 range. 760-443 30 leszmor@ Si n Knights. The Knights' back-up RB scoots around right end and picks up 36 yards and a Knights first down at the Eagles 34. They pick up another first and then kind of fizzle out despite getting to a 3rd and 2 on the Eagles 11. The Knights commit another fumble, which Brian Duffy recovers on the Eagles 6. Our boys try a quick burst out of the shadows of their goal post, but are caught in their own endzone for another safety. Lutheran gets another free 2 pointer and the Eagles have to kick it away. And they do, only to have Shuuluk knock the ball loose from Lutheran's returner at the Julian's 38. Brian Garcia picks up a quick 2, which he follows with a booming run of 24 yards to Lutheran's 36. He picks up another 6 and the Eagles take a knee for the remainder of the series as the clock winds down. Final score: Our Julian Eagles 34, the Lutheran Knights 10. We win[ Should have taken me up on the dozen turnovers, there were only 11. I think the boys will focus on ball security this week as well as prepare for an away game against an always-tough opponent, Calvin Christian of Escondido. Game time is at 7:00 PM and promises to be a barnburner. If the Eagles can stay healthy through this game and the next home game against Sherman Indian School, they will begin league play on Saturday, October 6th against the Classical Academy Caimans at Orange Glen High School in Escondido. Volleyball Game Due To Traffic A Fatal accident on the 79 at the 76 kept the Eagles Volleyball team (and their fans) from being able to travle to Warner for Friday's game. The game will be rescheduled to later in the season. The 3-1 Eagles have home games Wednesday (18th) and Friday (21st). Ben Sulser, District Manager Q: I am ehclosing some pictures of antiques that I acquired, including a carved chest, a spool cabinet, a Norwegian trunk and a set of tables and chairs. All are in good condition, and I would like to know how much these items are worth. --Michael, Benson, Minn. A: I suggest you contact antiques dealers in your area to see if there is any interest. You should be aware that the economy is sluggish and values vary from region to region. For example, your Norwegian trunk might be worth more in your area since it was settled by immigrants from Norway. A second thing you might want to do is have your antiques appraised by a certified professional. Even though this will not be free, you will have an expert's opinion. Q: I have a black-out bulb that was issued during World War II. When sirens were sounded to signal a drill, all blinds had to be pulled down and only bulbs of this type could be used, since they illuminated only the center of a room. I think it is unique. -- Shirley, Leola, Pa. A: Your black-out bulb is truly a example of wartime Americana. I have seen only two or three black-out bulbs in recent years, all priced in the $10 to $25 range. Q: I have two 78-rpm albums of Wayne King. What are they worth? --Lorraine, Fredonia, N.Y. A: Not much. Most of Wayne King's 78-rpm discs are worth about a dollar each and are of no interest to most collectors. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@ aol.com. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. (c) 2012 King Features Syndicate., Inc.