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10 The Julian News October 17, 2012 Stephen C. Kerch Broker/Owner CA DRE Uc #00551521 Deborah J. Kerch REALTOR,RMS DRE License # 01441209 direct: 760-579-3716 dj@djkerch.com Ketch Family Orchard c.19!0 National City slness - by DEBORAH KERCH 8D/3.5BA-Amazing Volcan A~ompan9 of Kerch & Associates Inc. licensed since 1985 760-765-10( 2526Washil STEVE AND I ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF OUR NEW AGENCY 'ORCHARD ReALTY"located at 2526 Washington St in down- town Julian. The office is situated in a charming 1920's classic Julian cottage next the Orchard Hill Country Inn. As some may know I have been with Julian Realty for 8+ years, and I want to take a moment to thank them for the great start to my Julian sales career. It was a good run and I appreciate my time and successes there. Steve is the new agency owner and a second generation real estate broker licensed since 1979. He is a founding member of the Kearny based community planning group in San Diego. The first generation real estate career began in 1947 with Chuck Kerch, Steve's father work- ing downtown for the Curtis Coleman Agency. He was born in National City in the house his father built amidst a lemon orchard. He enjoyed a vibrant and successful career syndicating many commercial property investments throughout National City, Mission Valley, Otay & Kearny Mesa. He was active in his business right up into his early eighties The third generation broker is Steve's son Alan Kerch. He is the designated officer for Orchard Realty and spends most of his time managing our real estate businesses in the Mis- sion Valley office which we have available for the convenience of our San Diego based clients. As for myself, I began working in profes- sional sales in 1993 as an account executive selling dental supplies and services to dentists in the north county coastal and downtown areas. My next'sales position was entrepreneurial. I was invited to help form the Mission Valley Chamber of Commerce by the editor of a small commu- nity newspaper called the Mission Valley Voice where I sold memberships and ad space. It was a fun time and I learned a lot about myself both professionally and personally. After that, I went to work for a relocation company as the Vice President of corporate development, a great title for a 'salesperson' responsible for securing contracts for recruit- ment and relocation services with corporations specializing in Biotech & Telecommunications industries. This job really began my career in real estate as we relocated high level executives, scientists, and engineers into theSan Diego il3~ Tho relocation business involved finding homes, helping 0eople assimilate to a new community - much like what I do today. Since moving to Julian and working in real estate sales I have managed to close over 22 million dollars in gross sales transactions, g ined a good reputation as a skilled agent, and moreover I have formed incredible relation- ships both professionally and personally. I have met amazing people and watched them leave their Julian homes on to new adventures, as well as having helped nurture new property owners into this very special community. This is truly best part real estate sales. Opening our own agency is exciting but even more so to be working together in a family business; Steve will bring to the agency 30 + years of experience and business exper- tise in the area of commercial and industrial real estate investment, and asset management. Orchard Realty is proud to offer a variety of services to fulfill your real estate needs, includ- ing property sales and services, vacation and property rental management. GALL ORCHARD REALTY AT" 760.765.1000 Homecoming Game continued from page 1 The Royal Knights rode up to Julian to meet our Eagles for Julian's fifth Homecoming under the lights. Calvary Christian won the toss and elected to receive the opening kick-off. Calvary took Brian Garcia's kick at the Royal Knight's 5 and made it to the 32 when he was leveled by Frosh DB Kody Chambers. On their first play from scrimmage, the Knights' RB took off around left end and hightailed 68 yards to an apparent Calvary touchdown. Three yellow hankies flew, the whistles blew and back came the run. An illegal block in the back had set the runner free and the run and TD were called back. After the penalty was marched off, there were more flags as the Eagles were called for pass interference. Flags again on the 3rd play of the evening for a facemask call, again on the Eagles. The ball is now at the Eagles 23. The first hankie- free play of the first quarter netted Calvary 8 yards, but our Eagles caught the Knights in the backfield for a 4-yard loss. 3rd and 6 to avoid a crush of Eagles in the Knights backfield, the Knights QB passed to an empty sideline. Again, more flags! Intentional grounding and illegal man downfield. Loss of down and we!re looking at 4th and long from the Eagles 35. Calvary's punt flailed its way through the Eagles' endzone for a touchback. Our Eagles took over at their own 20 and Clint Southcott blasted through the left side of the Eagles line for a quick 6 yards. Clint followed up with another 15 yards and a 1st down. He picked up another 3 from the Eagles 41. Hunter McConnell's first pass of the night was deflected out of Kellen Regalado's hands for an incompletion. Under heavy pressure, Hunter dumped the ball off and three more yellow hankies. Intentional grounding. 4 minutes into the game and 5 major penalties?? Faced with a 4th and 25, Brian pops a quick punt out to Julian's 47. The Knights tried an end around sweep for short yardage and the next play came back with a 5-yard penalty for an illegal motion call. Calvary makes up 6 yards but on 3rd and 9, the Knights pass flops to the turf. A muddle in the huddle and the Knights are flagged for a delay of game and punt the ball away through the Eagles endzone. The Eagles second possession of the game and Kellen powers up the gut for a quick 6. Clint gets the ball again and picks up a fast and furious 25 yards before he is tackled out of bounds at Calvary's 49. Clint goes around right end, gets tied up before he make his cut, but drags the Knights defense for 7 yards. A quick pass from Hunter to Kellen netted another 23 yards and our boys are sitting pretty at the Calvary's 19. Kellen gets the hand off but was stopped behind the line of scrimmage for a 2-yard loss, but Clint smashed his way for another 7. Confusion in the Eagles huddle costs a delay of game penalty and on 3rd and 10 Hunter got dropped for a 6 yard loss for a 4th and 16. Garcia comes in to attempt a 37-yard field goal, but a Knight just tips the kick enough to send it wide left. No points for my boys. . The Knights take over at their own 20, and pick up 32 yards to the Eagles' 48. The Knights RB picks up another 2 and the next pass yields another flag. Pass interference on a Julian DB. Knight's ball, first down at the Eagles 31. A QB keeper by Calvary picks up a quick 9 and the RB picks up maybe a yard as the first quarter ends. Tight game, 0 - 0. Calvary opened the 2nd quarter with another QB keeper and a Knight 1st down at the Eagles' 12. Another intentional grounding call on the Knights and it's 3rd and 24 from the Eagles 27. Two INC's by the Knights and it's Julian's ball on downs. The Eagles usually stalwart line leaks like a screen door and Hunter gets nailed twice in the backfield for losses and Cole can't get out of the way of a Knights' DL for no gain. Garcia's punt goes out of bounds at Calvary's 33. Calvary's first pass of the possession picks up a quick 12 and they pick up another 8 yards on the ground. An encroachment call on the Eagles gives Calvary a first down at Julian's 41. A QB keeper nets the Knights 5 yards, which they followed up with an up the middle trap for 18 yards. Calvary's O line stiffens and the Knights QB dashes the remaining 18 yards into Julian's endzone for the first score of the game. Their two-point conversion is good. Calvary Christian 8, Julian 0. Up back Kellen Regalado took Amber Phillips was nominated for Homecoming Queen and Senior RB Ronnie Jones and Senior WR Tah Beresford were nominated for Homecoming King. Tah was selected as Homecoming King and Senior track star Tori Beardshear was the Homecoming Queen. Calvary's opening kick dribbled out-of-bounds at Julian's 30 and the Knights re-kicked from their own 35. Tah took the bouncer at the Eagles 10 and was sprinting down the sidelines when he was brought down at the Eagles 38. The Eagles defense just couldn't stop the Knights running game in the second half. the Knight's kickoff at Julian's 38 and he bulled his way through a thicket of Knights to the Eagles' 42. On a reverse, Tah was nailed for a 5-yard loss, but Clint picked up 12 yards when he got the ball. Hunter was sacked for a 9-yard loss and an encroachment call on the Knights brought the Eagles to a 4th and 7. Brian's punt with less than a minute in the half put the Knights In a hole at their own 10-yard line. Calvary was picking up yards as the half ended. At the end of the first 24, it's Calvary Christian 8 and our Julian Eagles 0. It's damp, it's cold, it's Homecoming and the Eagles get the ball to open the second half. At halftime, the Senior class won the Homecoming float contest for the first time in years and there were three football team members nominated for Homecoming King or Queen. Sidelines Manager Senior Coach White dipped into his playbook and pulled out an option pass from Clint to an open receiver about 30 yards down field. Unfortunately, the wide- open receiver stopped running before the play was over and missed an easy catch and a for sure touchdown. That really took the wind out of the Eagles and they were forced to punt 2 plays later. A recharged passel of Knights took over after Brian's punt at their own 38 and began to stumble towards the Eagles endzone. Although they were flagged for an illegal formation and delay of game during their possession, a defensive encroachment call on a critical third down gave the Knights a first down at Julian's 15. Calvary's O line blasted through the young Eagles D line and linebackers for their second TD of the evening. Their 2-point conversion was good and the score stands now at Calvary Christian 16, our Julian Eagles 0. Cole Southcott took the Knights kick at his own 20 and went around the right side of everybody and was finally hauled down at Calvary's 7-yard line. A 63 yard return worthy of the PPR. Where have they been? Big brother Clint smacks his way to the Knights 3 and on the next play, goes around left end for the score. Julian's 2,point attempt fizzled but we have points on the board. With 2:34 left in the 3rd quarter, it's Calvary 16, Julian 6. Calvary gets a good return to their own 44 on Julian's kick and their 20 yard opening rush was called back on a holding penalty. They couldn't connect on a long pass but picked up a first down as the buzzer sounded to end the 3rd quarter. Calvary opened the 4th with a quick run into the Eagles endzone for another score and was successful on their 2-point attempt. The Knights are now up 24 to 6. Up back Tony Moniz got the bouncing Knights kickoff at his own 40 and dragged most of the Knights defenders along for an 8-yard return. The Eagles could not get anything moving on offense as they went for negative numbers on their three attempts. The punting team mis- counted their numbers and was a man short. They were flagged for 10 men on the field. 4th and 28. A blitzing Calvary DB gets through the Eagles O line and batted down Brian's hurried punt. Calvary recovered on the Eagles 11. The Knights made quick work of their deed and rolled into the Eagles endzone on their first attempt despite offsetting penalties. An Eagles DB was caught with another defensive encroachment call and the Knights breezed into another 2-point conversion. A little more than 8 minutes to go in the game and they're now up 32 to 6. Not an insurmountable lead, but a lead nonetheless. Cole picked up 24 yards on his kick return to Julian's 45. The Eagles attempted another RB option pass and as earlier, the wide-open receiver stopped his pattern before the perfectly placed ball fell to the ground. Come on boys! The Eagles drive fizzled and once again Brian's Punt sailed far downfield. After a short return of Garcia's punt to the Knight's 10-yard line, the Knights were able to pick up the 90 yards to paydirt in 4 plays against a young and tired Eagles defense. Their 2 point conversion was good and the final touchdown of the game put them up with a score of 40 to the Eagles' 6. Our Eagles were clawing their way down field as the final buzzer sounded. No loss is a good loss and when you lose in front of your family and community, it stings. The bulk of the team is made up of freshmen, sophomores and first year upperclassmen. Injuries have hobbled some, but the team expects the return of Ronnie Jones in the near future. Alex Casas made his return from an injury in the Hamilton game 4 weeks ago but is still not at 100%. The offense should get a boost with the upcoming eligibility of JJ Corrales, who will turn the varsity eligible age of 14 on Thursday. This speedster has been practicing with the team since the opening of two-a-days in August and is more than ready to play. Also, the scheduled night game next week against the San Pasqual Dragons has been rescheduled to a 3:00 PM because of the lack of lights. Thanks are due to School Board member Mark Boland for getting the lights for Homecoming for the transportation charge of getting them up here, but the economy just ain't what it used to be and we just can't afford another week of transportation and rental fees. The season isn't over by any means and our team matches up well with our remaining league opponents San Pasqual, Borrego and Vincent Memorial in the Imperial Valley. So, see your boys off to the successful finish of the 2012 Eagles Football season with the last home game of the year'at 3:00 PM on Friday the 19th