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November 12, 2014 The Julian News 9 Dark Draw continued from page 7 The fourth quarter opened with the Lions facing a third and long from their own 20. Battaglia took the ball in shotgun and arced a perfect pass to Hunter Kahn who had split the safeties. 80 yards later, Kahn is in the Eagles endzone. Lieberman split the uprights with his PAT. 11:46 to go in the game, getting Chillier and the shadows about midway up Volcan, it's the SDJA 43, Julian 35. The Lions kick sailed through the endzone and my Eagles are starting at their own 20. Kellen picks up 9 hard fought yards on first down. Skyler picked up 5 yards, the first down and a banged-up right elbow on the next touch. Skyler was sidelines bound for the next couple of plays. Kellen picked up another 17 yards and Daniel followed up with 22 yards on his next two carries. First down Eagles at the SDJA 28. Skyler's snap count drew a Lions D lineman offside's, so it's first and five from the Lions 23. Nyemetaay was getting held all along his route into the endzone and just missed the catch. In high school, the pass interference only occurs after.the pass is thrown. Not like the 2 yard rule in the pro's. Skyler was under heavy pressure and had his pass to Darren picked off at the Lions 22. Arrrgh[ I attaglia picked up 7 yards on his first two carries of the Lions possession and picked up the first down with 11 yards on a third and short. On the Lions first down, Mayer was dropped for a three yard loss. Battaglia's next two passes fell incomplete. Lieberman's punt sailed down to the Eagles 5, wh re Streamer took it and began a 22 yard return. Unfortunately, an Eagle was caught with a clipping penalty, behind the play and the ball was brought back to the Eagles 7. Daniel's first down pass to Kellen was incomplete and another Lion defender was down. Another injury timeout. After the timeout, Skyler took the ball up the middle for a 33 yard pickup. He hit Darren on 13 yard pass and squeezed out a short two yarder to Streamer at the Eagles 45. Skyler and Kellen turned a quick pass and catch into a 45 yard Eagles touchdown. Kellen fought his way into the endzone for the tying two point conversion. 4:16 togo in the game, Volcan is fully in the shadows of the Cape Horn ridge and the game is tied, SDJA 43, Julian 43. The sun is down and the officials let the game continue with the clock running. Skyler's kick goes down to the SDJA 39 with no return. Battaglia picks up 5 on first down, but stuffed for no gain on second down. The SDJA calls for a timeout. The teams are set to play and Coach White calls an Eagles timeout. Play resumes and Battaglia picks up a quick 11 yards before the Eagles defense falls on him. He worms his way up field for ,another 3 yards. Lieberman picks up 8 for another Lions' first down. Battaglia's first down pass to Kahn falls incomplete. 1:55 to go, second and ten from the Eagles 43. Battaglia got stuffed at the line of scrimmage, but picked up 25 yards down to my Eagles 8 on the next play. First and goal Lions. Shoshani picks up 2 yards on first.down and Battaglia gets another 2 yards on second down. With the winning score easily in reach, the Lions' take just a little too long in getting the ball off and get hit with a delay of game penalty. Battaglia can only eke out 2 yards after the penalty and his fourth and goal pass is way off target. Eagle's ball, 25 seconds to go. The last series of the game. It's the Eagles ball at their own 9, the full moon is peaking over the east uprights, 25 seconds to play and it is dark. Daniel uses the shadows of his linemen to good effect and ripS off a 35 yard rush. The Eagles hustle up to the line of scrimmage and after the chains are set, the clock is running with 15 seconds left. Skyler takes the snapand Daniel is streaking east and picks up another 25 yards as the clock ticks down to 0:00. Game over. It wasn't a win, but it was sure better than a loss. The Eagles football season is over until next May when we have our Spring Ball practices. Kellen, Darren and Drew Bullock have played their last games in Eagles uniforms. We will wrap up the season next week. See you in Aigust. Judith O'Toole Ginn March 4, 1945 - October 27, 2014 Judy was raised in the Pasadena area. From there she moyed to San Diego and worked for the City of San Diego in various departments, ending with the San Diego City Library. When her late husband, Les Ginn, became Chief of Police in Calexico, she moved to the desert of Imperial County. Although they enjoyed their lives in Calexico, they loved to visit Julian and had long wished they could live in the community. When Los retired, he and judy moved to Julian. While living in Imperial County Judy sought out new experiences. First she volunteered as an Explorer Scout Leader. The Range Master for the City of Calexico asked her to join the women's shooting team. She progressed to competition shooting with both men and women in Imperial County and the Yuma, Arizona areas. She won many awards and achieved the title of "Expert". After leaving competition shooting she bought her first horse, which led to leasing a ranch. She developed this into a boarding stable and also raised steers, pigs, chickens, ducks and various farm animals. Following this, she worked part-time as a veterinary assistant working with large and small animals, and also injured animals brought in from the nearby wildlife refuge. After moving to Julian, Les piqued her interested in art, which was his love and passion. She gave credit to local artists, Les, and Judy Sonderby for encouraging her to explore something so new and exciting" It was a lasting fascination in her life. Judy was preceded in death by her brother, Scott O'Toole, parents, Pat and Jean O'Toole, and husband, Les Ginn. She is survived by her daughter, Cheryl Matson; grandchildren, Ashley Gonzalez, Tyler and Harmon Matson; great-grandchild Noah Gonzalez; and sisters Pam Freeman and Beth O'Toole. Judy possessed a lively and quirky spirit and will be missed by her good friend Cathie Sauter of Julian, and her many friends in Julian and Ramona. Internment will be at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery. Remembrances may be made to San Diego Humane Society, or the charity of your choice. Kellen Rigalado with the seasons photo by Albie Stark . Shirley Jean Doan September 9, 1928 - November 3, 2014 Shirley Jean Doan, 86, of Julian, died of natural causes on November 3, 2014 in her .home with her family by her side. She was born to the late, Oliver Kenneth Randall, and to the late, Irma Irene Winchell, on September 9, 1928 in Santa Barbara, California. She was an only child. She graduated from Santa Barbara High School in i946. She married Robert Doan in 1991 and they lived together in Julian for 23 years. Shirley developed many careers during her adult years and worked hard at being the best at whatever she did. She was active in church and was a very spiritual woman. Her personal goal was to serve the Lord by helping others. She saw the good in everyone and was liked by so many. When she was young she loved to sing and dance and wanted to be an entertainer. She took voice lessons in high school and made a record album. And she danced in the Santa Barbara Fiesta Parade. She was a proficient quilter and loved to sew. Shirley was an avid reader and still has a nice library in her home. She became an accomplished writer in her later years and had several inspirational stories published. She aJso wrote a column for the Julian News. After her stroke in 2011, she had a goal to start a stroke victim's support group, but did not have time to make that come to fruition. It is yet another example of her caring and service. Shirley is survived by her husband, Bob Doan, her two children; Kathleen D. Chambers of Colorado and Randall J. Gordon of California, her five grandchildren, ten great grandchildren and her sweet golden retriever, Winston. Shirley wrote books and a weekly column for the Julian News in the 90's. ACelebration of Life for Shirley is planned for November 15, 2014 at 10 am at the Hillside Church at 3rd and C Street in Julian. The hardest thing is to take less when you can get more. Kin Hubbard We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street ORNER WWW. .AIN ,& @ lan- ro er :.STREET P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 CA BRE Lic #00859374 A very special property has not been offered for sale before! SPACIOUS HOME NOT FAR FROM TOWN Nice large two-story home was built in 2003, It is over 2900 square feet, three bedrooms - master bedrooms on both floors plus another bedroom, and 3.5 baths, bonus/office room. On a nice comer half acre lot. Granite counter tops in kitchen, laundry room, tile and carpet throughout. Large deck with nice views. Priced Right at $460,000 SPECTACULAR VIEWS The expansive view is absolutely fantastic from this lovely home on 34 acres high on a hill. It is very private but not far from historic downtown Julian. The house has an open floor plan with adjoining living room, dining area, kitchen and family room. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 spectacular rock fireplaces. The 100 foot long deck is great for outdoor living and allows for even more view enjoyment particularly on a clear day - all the way to Catalina Island, San Clemente Islands and the ocean. Priced at $785,000 VERY NICE HOME IN "TOWN" -PRIVATE SETTING ... Just two blocks off main street - an easy walk to stores, restaurants, library, schools and most everywhere in town. Located on a (almost half acre) comer lot with large trees and landscaping. Fireplace in the living roon, separate dining room, great kitchen with breakfast area, three bedrooms, double garage and additional parking area, secluded back yard with some spectacular sunset views. Priced at $415,000 Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner emai]: CA BRE Lic #00859374 Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: CA BRE Lic #00326128 e