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September 26, 2012 Eagle Football continued from page 1 dropped deep in the backfield and it was 4th and long. Brian&apos;s kick went out at Calvin's 41. Tony Moniz fought off the Crusader's o-line and smothered Calvin's back at the line of scrimmage for no gain. Calvin's line went offside's on the next snap and it became 2nd and 15 as the first quarter came to an end. At the end of the first, it's Calvin 13, our Eagles 0. Calvin opened the 2nd quarter with a resounding march backwards for 2 yards, but a quick swing pass gave them a first with a 16-yard pick-up. They completed a 21 yarder, but it was called back for an illegal block in the back. The result of the play was a first down but they still had first down at the Eagles 35. They couldn't make the next completion and Brian stepped in. front of the Crusaders' intended receiver for a pick at the Julian 34. On the Eagles first play of the series, Brian got clothes lined on Calvin's sideline, which the officials did not catch. Eddie Silva came in to spell a sore- necked Brian and lost 3 on his first attempt. An Eagles WR jumped offsides and now it's 3rd and 18. Hunter's pass to Moniz was just past Tony's fingertips and Brian popped the punt to the Calvin's 41. Calvin wasted no time of their possession and ran about 70 yards for a 59-yard TD. An okay impersonation of Gayle Sayers. Got a touchdown, didn't it? Their PAT fluttered like a dead albatross and they're up by 19. Austin McConnel grabs a pass from brother Hunter. photo frora LPAKphotography.com Calvin's kick squirted all the way down to Julian's goal line where Cole picked it up and scrambled up to the Eagles 34. Hunter completed a very nice spiral to Cole at the Eagles 43 for another first down. On a WR around, Cole fumbled and lost 10, but Austin snagged one of brother Hunter's passes in heavy traffic for 10 yards. There was a dead ball foul for a late hit and it's an Eagles first down at Calvin's 28. Success was not in the cards for this Eagles possession, as that Hunter's next pass was picked and returned to the Eagles 46. Calvin made quick work of it and scored on 3 first downs and a short 8 yard completion. Their PAT was good, the score now stands at 26 them, 0 us. The Eagles kick return was further stymied when the official on the Eagle's side of the ball was trotting down to position the sticks and clipped the very clipboard that this reporter was yards and the Crusaders final score of the half and the game. Their PAT sneaks over the cross bar for a score of Calvin 42 our Eagles 7. The Eagles came out the locker room after halftime with a new attitude and several new players. Cole took Calvin's' third quarter opening kick at the Eagles 2 and picked up 21 yards to the Eagles 23. Senior RB/WR Clint Southcott made his first appearance in an Eagles football uniform since several concussions ended his sophomore season and picked up a smashing 1 yard. He followed that up with a quick 6 yards and another 1 for a 4th and 1 at the Eagles 32. Coach White knew how he was going to play the hand he was dealt and Clint picked up another 9 for a first down as Calvin graciously provided an additional 15 yards with a personal foul. First and ten at the Calvin 45, time out Calvin. Time is running again, Hunter zips a quickie to Tony for 1 yard, another to Moniz for 8 and Clint gets caught in the backfield for a 3-yard loss. 4th and 4. Eagles time out. Clint rams up the collective gut of the Crusaders for 14 and scrambles for another 2. We are poised for another TD. Hunter throws into the end zone towards.., a Crusader defender at the 2..Drive is over, but the Eagles are back. Calvin picks up a quick 18 to get them out the shadow of their own goal posts but the their drive fizzles and so does their 18 yard punt. First down Eagles at Calvin's 45. The Eagles reciprocate and can't get it done either, but Brian's punt goes out Eagles are in a hurry-up offense. Hunter to Tah, 12 yards; Hunter to Cole, 11 yards to Calvin's 48; Hunter to Moniz, 12 yards to the Crusader's 36, Hunter to Tah at the 2. Eddie nets 0 on his short yardage try, but Clint picks up the 2-yard TD. Brian's PAT was wide left so the only score of the quarter goes to the Eagles, now at 13 to Calvin's 42. And there's only 43 seconds left in the game. Calvin takes the kick and takes a collective knee to end the game. Final score: Julian Eagles 13, Calvin Christian Crusaders 42. The positives to come out of this mess were 1. The healthy return of Clint Southcott; 2. No major injuries and 3. Most importantly, two young men showed their mettle and accepted responsibility for their actions and paid the price. During the Eagles post game huddle, the two young men who missed most of the game squarely put the loss on their own shoulders and again apologized to their teammates The Julian News 7 for their for their flawed decision making process earlier in the morning. As the team broke the huddle it was 1,2,3, family on me! FAMILY!! This team is a team and they are beginning to believe that they are a band of brothers on a journey, however long it may be, and that what one does, affects them all. I am proud of my Eagles. The team gets their nex{ opportunity to shine next week at Eagles Field against the Sherman Indian School Braves of Riverside. Game time is 3:00 PM. This is the Eagles last "tune up" before league play opens on Saturday, October 6th at 7 PM at Orange Glen High School against the Classical Academy Caimans. Also, Dana Petterson and Kathy Goddard have taken the reins of the Eagles Booster Club and are offering fence-sized banners for $95.00. Show your support for all Eagles athletics programs and buy a banner. .=,,,,,. .... holding. Up goes the flag, dead at Calvin's 20 as the 3rd quarter " n Sons of the ./ellc, an LPo . ,, ..... ball foul on the coaching staff, gets put to bed. Lirlc.olrl [g Unit Fost  i, half the distance to the goal. Calvin's first 3 plays of the 4th --.-,. roll -,---. a---. ...... That ultimately cost the team net a -3 yards and they punt out two points as the Eagles o-line to their own 47. Our Eagles can't parted like Moses' Red Sea and do much better and turn the ball Hunter was swallowed up in the over on downs to the Crusaders Eagle's end zone. Score is now at Calvin's 48. 28tozip. With 6:30 left in the game, All Yon Can Eat (] The Eaglesaregivenafreekick Calvin canonlypickup6yards ,,,- ,.------ from their 30 which got returned to Julian's 46. They punt away alr00'a ]]Le t  to Calvin's own 30. Calvin's again, down to Cole at the Eagles Bre st BU fullback gotupaheadofsteam goal line. and pushed the ball to Calvin's Cole gets up a head of steam and rolls out to the Eagle's 29 for 46 and Calvins QB picked up " Eggs" Pancakes" Sausage " Potatoes" CornBeefnash another17 to the Eagles' 37. The a 28 yard return. Crusader's RB gobbled up the 3:14 left in the game, the  "Biscuits and Sausage Graf  remaining 37 yards fr a screand the PAT was good. With ""'W ( Orange Juice Coffee 2:19 to go, Calvin is up by 35, Julian recovered Calvin's kick /AI Ik off deep in their own territory //tl II/ and on their first play of the possession, got nailed for an !i 11 ALl, YOIJ {;&N l,ll'l ' - $1().tN) Ill illegal block in the back. Half the I[[ O(,IOBI, i| , .All. ()(X) 1130 Ill distance to the goal at the 12. /. OR UNTIl, Sl)lJ) OIJT  Cole lays hands on the ball, takes t./i  No. Profit 211d i WatlJ  ; off and is brought down 38 yards ), Do,ation Julian, Ca.  [ later at mid-field. On the next I me www.julianpost468.org  play, there was a false start on Corn rcial Celebrating Tr---c 1 an Eagle' s back t the Eagles I de 45. Hunter to Tony, 12 yards, 100 Yeaz Cosmos, _4n'   Hunter to Kellen5 yards, Hunter Resi ntial of p,o II([,1LPiI0"[I, dahlias, !  [ to Tony 2 yards and Hunter on his I1i1 delphiniums, own for another 4 yards. All this I ......    in less than minute with the clock I Pay m e at ;;: I leJ  peonies, phlox - " - >,,.-' / running. Hunter to Tony, another 6tOalvin's19andathrwaway I Options and hollyhocks Plant supports are just a few " V I [/ / to stop the clock and allow the ' h:a !: ';y of the flowering  ]  / boys to catch their collective ,,,,,,, ':J:!:"' plants that do well with "ring" . . / breaths' Hunter t Tny in the I:"'" ; 00GASCheck-r^a00O,,L.,, 760 765 01 30 End zone, Eagles TD. Brian's I :*<,;2J Trained I,/I(OUNCII. type supports. Set up supports -_---: =] --.- ...... / PAT flew sweet and true. The -'---:---' "-'--" score is now Calvin 35, Julian 7. I 24 Hour . before the plants have  / grown very tall. -   / We're on the Board. Source:--.gardeners.com '"  /---''- I stopsBrian'Sat thekiCkcrusaders'hps' pops27 whereand I Emergency Service Ben Sulser, District Manager PRO FLAM E Serving The Community We Live In For Over 60 Years it was picked up and run back 73 2012 by King Features Syndicate, Inc, World rights reserved. HEALTH and PERSONAL SERVICES Marriages on the Mountain call Dick Thilken, Chaplain 760-765-1578 count00 Designed Fbr !iii call Rev LesTurner  760-443-3930 leszmor@ai  .......... . 6-Bed Full Service Hospice & ,( Dementia . Case by Case .... 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To sell your magazines, you might contact the Brass Armadillo antique mall, 12419 N. 28th Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85029, to see if there is any interest. Q: At a recent auction I purchased four large boxes of books, many from the early years of the past century. I suspect I might have a few that are quite valuable. How can I find out without hiring an appraiser? -- Ted, St. Charles, Mo. A: Go to www.abe.com. Type in the name and author of a book, and a list of dealers offering that book for sale will appear on your computer. The edition of a book is extremely important. For example, the first printing of Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird" often sells for $25,000 and more; later editions for much less. As with most collectibles, condition also is an important factor. Q: I purchased a Thomas Jefferson bowl in Patriot Red slag by Fenton glass. The bowl with lid was limited to 3,600 pieces in red in 1975, with the same amount in a different color the following year, and then the mold destroyed. I cannot find this piece in any of the Fenton price guides. -- Sandra, Granite City, IL A: Your piece is valued at $135 in Warman's Fenton Glass: Identification & Price Guide by Mark F. Moran. Q: I have a Mountain Dew green glass soda-pop bottle in excellent shape. I think it is from the 1970s. Any value? -- David, Santa Monica, Calif. A: The original formula for Mountain Dew was developed by PepsiCo during the 1940s. The drink was first marketed in Virginia and Tennessee. In 1988, diet Mountain Dew was available.. According to several collectors 1 contacted, your bottle is probabl/ worth in the $5 to $10 range. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475 or send e-marl to questionsforcox@ aol.com. 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