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,t !,u L, hfl ii  , . &apos; October 19, 201L ' I' ,i IAjiiEU[l]Li i3LIILW iliilllllllJ I J [ 1i2 [  z ..... Jl (760) 765 0192 We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street OPE R TIEs CORNER OF TREET The Julian News 9 Est. 1967 P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 NEW QUALITY CUSTOM HOME on 1.97 wooded acres in Pine Hills. Much attention to details. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, dream kitchen, with large center isle and Granite counter tops, large front yard, double attached garage and views! was ReducedTo $650,000 CHARMING AND IMMACULATE - Mountain Home in the trees above Lake Cuyamaca with a view of the lake. Cozy Living room has fireplace with pellet insert, 2 bed rooms, deck and an extra room downstairs. Cedar wood inside and out. WYNOLA ESTATES RANCH HIIE! Large. and Spacious Living Quarters. /3tath Home with an attached 1Bed] 508 .Ft. Guest Quarters. Surrounaks and Manzanita trees on 2.5 Ately a Great Oportunity! or$389,000 : WOODED MOUNTAIN HOME vith 2 bedrooms, open floor plan, decks, many matare trees, garage, large shed and an extra .25 acre lot. Would make a great weekend hideaway or "etirement home. Seller motivated. Priced at $279,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: Pleasant home with lots of light, open floor plan, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, warm wood stove and skylights. Two.bedrooms, two baths and inside laundry room. Deck and balcony with views of the wooded lot and neighboring hills. A great buy at $239,000 ............... 7D7 ....... Reduced To $180,000 Rose Steadman, Broker/Owner Charming and immaculate country home. Two bedroom, plus bonus room. Hardwood floors, open- beam wood ceilings, claw foot tub, tons of upgrades. Usable half acre plus with large trees and areas for gardens. Ready for you to move right in. $286,000 b <+ First Time On The Market This ranch has been in the same family since 1955! Sixteen usable acres with meadows - property is fenced and cross-fenced. The ranch house has had extensive remodeling and upgrading. Two fireplaces - in living room and master bedroom. There is a separate guest cottage, a barn/workshop, mature oaks, cedars, and four large English Walnut trees in the front yard - and views! PRICED AT $540,000 Mdo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: melo-de@sbc Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: Eagles Football continued from page 1 the Hornets backfield. Calipat recovered their own fumble and 2 Plays later scored on a 20-yard counter play. Their PAT was good and with a tick less than 6 minutes to go in the quarter, it's Calipatria 7, Julian 0. The Hornets' kick went short and out of bounds and The Eagles took over at their own 20. Josh Ernst took the handoff from Josh Savage and was rumbling for a first down when the bal was stripped and recovered by Calipat at the Eagles 32. Calipat picked up a quick 8 yards, but got flagged for some extra- curricular activity after the whistle for a 15 yard penalty. They couldn't convert on a 4th and 17 and the ball went over to our Eagles at their own 35. Brett Teusch took the ball around the right for 11 yards on his first carry of the night. He picked up another 11 on his next two carries and the Eagles had a first-and-ten at Calipatria's 43. Savage handed the ball to Teusch on what looked like a sweep around left end, but Brett held up behind the line of scrimmage and placed a perfect spiral into the open arms of Cole Southcott. An Eagle was caught holding, so the effort was all for naught. First and 20 from Calipat's 48. Let's try an end around ............. Cole shoots and scoots for 48 yards and the Eagles first touch down of the evening. Flores kick sailed wide right, but the Eagles are on the 'board with 6. Calipatria 7, Julian 6. The Hornets get a good return on the Eagles kickoff and get down to the Eagles' 45 to start their possession. The Hornets are sitting at the Eagles' 7 as the first quarter ends. At the end of the first quarter, it's Calipatria 7, Julian 6. In the opening minute of the quarter, Calipat picks up the 7 yards and scores another touchdown. Justin Flores smashed through the Hornets' line and swatted the PAT attempt into oblivion. Calipatria 13, Julian 7. After a very short return, the Eagles set up at their own 22: :I4NT.:Lq-h first haifends',with  ' lal rv : Bret and Josh S. pick up a quick Calipatri21, the Eagles 6. 5 yards on the ground and with a 5-yard penalty, get a first down at the Eagles 32. Savage takes advantage of the Hornets and arcs another pass into the waiting hands of Southcott, who picks up a nifty 60 yards. GO EAGLES! Julian can't capitalize on the play and Josh Ernst's chip shot field goal attempt on a 4th and 11 gets tipped and sails wide right. After the missed field goal attempt, the Hornets set up at their 20. They spend the next two and a half minutes buzzing down the field, but a stiffening Eagles defense holds them on a fourth and goal from the Eagles 1. Eagles ball, deep in their own territory. Savage's first pass goes nowhere and Bret gets trapped in the backfieid and Calipat gets a safety on the Eagles. The Eagles have to kick it away from the 20 and Flores booms it to Calipat's 30. The Hornets get a 20-yard return to mid-field on the return, but turn the ball over on downs, only getting to the Eagles 48. On the first play of the drive, Savage pitches to Teusch who throws downfield to Savage. Good for 17 yards. Josh zings one to Tony Moniz for a quick 6-yards to Calipatria's 29. Savage fades back for a long bomb and gets picked off; the Hornets picking up 45 yards on the return. Calipat picks up a quick 24 yards on the second play of the possession and scores on a 4 yard dink pass into the Eagles' endzone. The Hornets PAT attempt s no good. With 40 seconds in the half, Calipatria is up 21 to 6. With 37 seconds on the clock, it's another Savage-Teusch- Savage combination for 13 yards and-a first down. The Eagles huddle during the officials time out and Brett gets another 5 when the ball is snapped. Savage flings out of a swarming mess of Hornets and Tah goes airborne and brings down the ball for 12 yards. Clock stops to move the chains, Eagles go for it. Savage gets pressure, puts the ball up, Opening the second half, Calipata takes Julian's kick at their own 20 and returns it to the Eagle 42. Johnny Beresford introiuces himself to the Hornet's QB,n the backfield for a 5 yard Ios. The Hornets series goes novhere when Flores busts in for a5 yard sack on the QB and the oefense nails the Hornet QB for another 5 yard loss on a fourth and 18. Eagles ball in good field position. The Eagles are looking at a 3rd and 7 when Josh Ernst gets stood up and stripped of the ball and Ihe Hornets pick up a 15 yard fumble return. Insult is added to the injury when an Eagles player gets penalized for a late hit and 15 yards is added to the end of the rm. The Hornets drive is aided by anotl'er Julian personal foul and they core on a 6 yard plunge. The  point attempt is good and it's ncw Calipatria 29, Julian 7. The Eagles take the Hornets kick eep and return it to the Eagle 37. Brett picks up 14 yardsand a first down on two slashing rushes and the Savage- Beres;ord connection is god for another 15 yards. Savage rifles one o:f the Ernst for another 20 yards and the Eagles have a first and goal at the 10. Moniz catches Savage's low pass on the first bounce for an incompletion. On the next play, being chased by an bunch of angry Hornets, Savage scrambles around in the backfEld for at least 30 yards and a minute and finds Cole open n the endzone. Firing off a strike, Cole brings the bal in. "[ouchdown Julian. Nope. Durin Josh's scramble, a Julian lineman gets tagged for holding. No score ball on the 25. Julian can't et that Iovin' feeling back, and lose the ball on downs. The Hornets try moving down the f'ld, picking up a first down but e quarter ends before they punt the ball away. Calipatria opens the fourth quarter having to punt away from their own 28. The Eagles try to capitalize on the Hornets misfortune, but end up giving the bal up on downs. continued on page ll I would just like to thank the folks out at Lake Cuyamaca for puttin on a darn fine "to do" on Saturday, Sept. 24th. This is "dusty britches" and I'm sittin here with "wet sox" and "skid- mark". We were just chewin the fat over the Orville P.Ball "Kids Fish-n Derby". Those folks know how to do it up right. This was the 13th annual Fish-n derby and gotta tell all ya all that it was better than peanut butter and mayonaise on sour dough. Just after 6:00 a.m. the Lake opened their doors.., even though people were tryin to beat the early birds with car doors slammin as early as 5:00 a.m. Wet sox walked off the "T" dock.., again. Thats why we call him "wet sox". Usually he gets so excited when he gets a fish on his line, he just walks into the lake....nobody knows why ..... maybe he figures he'll get the fish in quicker. Registration was at 8:00 a.m. so those early birds could catch an hour (or two...or three) of fishin before even registerin. Bags of really cool stuff was handed out to all who wanted to drown a worm. Of course all contestants.., from the ages of 3 to 15 were told by Mike Arter that they had to spit on their bait or kiss each fish that they caught for good luck. There were some kids with some scales hanging off their face. The San Diego Angler's were there cookin the 400 pounds of tuna filets and 1,560 hot-dogs (with.chili) for the folks who just had to eat. It's a good thing we had a stiff breeze comin across the Lake. Charlie Taylor was accused of putting an anchovie in someone's bottle of beer. Of course, they didn't even know the anchovie was in there until the beer was gone. Now I'm here to testify as to Charlie's honesty and he refutes the accusations, so I'm on. Charlie's side. Jay Blaylock Charlie's brother-in-law, swears that Charlie wouldn't do such a dastardly deed. They both work at the Lake as rangers. Now "Skid-Mark" was just telling "us Write Up a story about Beckie Strahan ..... the north shore ranger (and she does a bang-up job over there)... and her dog "Cliff". Ya see Beckie lets Cliff ride in the Gator with her when she checks on campers. and when Beckie is away from the Gator, Cliff sneaks over to Beckie's seat and, well, does his business. Beckie doesn't realize it until she sits back down. It's kind of ironic that "skid-mark" would bring this up cause "skid mark" was named "skid-mark" because, well, you know. Mike Noonan took care of the lost and found....people that is. The dock hands....Chase, Josh, Brett, Cole, and Carlos all got worked....helping folks in to the boats, out of the boats, cleaning, giving directions, etc. The girls in the Bait and Tackle Shop were slammed with people and handled the day with composure. Anyway, the whole sha-bang was orchestrated by Lake Manager Georgia Martin with help from Ann Stone and a host of volunteers who show up every year to do whatever it takes to make it a successful day for the little ones and the not so little ones. I'm here to say today that some of the parents got more exited than the young ones. Other parents were disappointed cuz they didn't catch anything... but thats why you call it fishin, instead of catchin. The Blethen by Dusty Britches boys blew in from Alpine and gave it their best shot. Their reputation preceeds them as great fishermen. They fished all morning and between the four of them that was in the boat caught only one trout. They came over and grabbed some food, waited patiently for the awards and gifts to be handed out (after the weigh-in).., then wanted to go back out and give it another shot...all afternoon.., they get an "A" for effort. I don't know how the afternoon went for them but their grandfather (Mike Morris) always knows how to smile and have fun so I figure they enjoyed the day as much as anyone. Lindsey Lemert was the grand prize winner with a 3.10 trout. Other winners were Andrew Treadway, Parker Wassenar, Jeremy Shimamoto, Nagalise Puentz Ron Vosburgh, Lorenzo Rodriguez, Jack Smith, Logan Howarter, and Ella Molina. But most of all everyone had fun, lots of smiles and tales of how the big one got away. Well... "Skid-Mark", "Wet Sox,', and me...."Dusty Britches" are sittin by the campfire and just polished off a #10 can of Bar-B-Q beans. Were about to have a contest on who can break wind the longest and loudest. You gotta watch out for "Skid-Mark" in a game like this. See you at the Lake sometime tryin to drown a worm... 00Z0000:llllill]l|l00l[lllll:|;tll0000l0000llI1 ll00l00ll'l0000!00lll It, ll[ ' Ill00ll/|lll7 |ll00il/l 'l00llllllll rTi]]00' I00lI00iirli|Iil!llllllllll/ll/