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Priced right ~ $1 I $578/000 Great kitchen with$445First-ClaSSuuvappliances_ Deck, double garage. ,fINN __69,000 Bring alloffers, Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate emaih julinjoe@gmail.com Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: melo-de@sbcglobal.net Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com A Wrap - Eag Jesse Lopez, Johnny Hake, Adolfo Soils, Rodney Doss, Jr., Dakota Kephart-Marries, Joey Rocks, Corey Thornton and Dennis Wohlin have finished their football days with our Julian Eagles. Jesse and Johnny have been Eagles for all four of their years at Julian, Adolfo three years; Dakota, Rodney, Joey, Corey and Dennis all first year Eagles. The Seniors and their parents were honored in a pregame ceremony. Friday's game didn't end in a storybook fashion;the Eagles lost their last game of the 2010 football season.. Aldolfo Solis The Eagles first score a reception in the back of the end zone by Justin Flores. After taking the opening kick photo byAlbie Stark from the Knights, the Eagles couldn't get the car started and went three and out. A minute and a half later, the Knights scored on a 45 yard pass. The extra point was good and Foothills was up by 7. Our Eagles went three and out again but the Knights fumbled the Eagles punt at the Eagles' 48 which was vacuumed up by Josh Savage. Again, my Eagles couldn't capitalize and punted away. The Knights began to charge downfield, but turned over the ball on downs to the Eagles at Julian's 28. The Eagles' offense came alive, with the help of an unsportsmanlike call against the Knights. Our Eagles drive Jesse Lopez Corey Thornton was capped off with a 7 yard TD pass from Jesse to Justin Flores. Unfortunately, Ernst's PAT went wide left, but the Eagles closed to within one point, Julian 6, Foothills 7. The Eagles' ensuing kick wasn't so good for our boys. The Knights return man brought the rock back 85 yards for a TD. Their PAT was good and with less than 11 minutes left in the first half, Foothills is up 14 to 6. The Eagles were pinned back at their own 3. Pinned way back. The Eagles picked up a quick first down and a missed pass interference call and a delay of game call against the Eagles resulted in a booming 70 yard punt by Jesse Lopez. Josh Savage downed the punt at the Foothills 2 yard line. The Knights went 3 and out on their Joey Rocks Bye To Dakota Kephardt-Marries possession and Julian was set to go at their own 49.Jesse, Josh S. and Josh E. worked the team down the field and scored on an 8 yard smash by Ernst. This time the PAT was good. Julian 13, Foothills 14. Foothills took the ball the length of the field and scored again and then scored again on a 28-yard interception return. At the half, the score stood at Julian 13, Foothills 28. At halftime, the Eagles paid thanks to the military veterans in the community who were represented by members of Post 468, led by Post Commander and Julian alum Dusty Keane. Dusty also was a member of the football team during his days at the high school. In addition to all that Post 468 has done for our High School, Johnny Hake Final Game Dennis Wohlin the Post has hosted a traditional O-Line dinner the night before each game for the. past two years. Now back to the action ..... The Knights scored with a 45 yard run on their first possession of the half, which sent the score to 35 Foothills, 13 Julian. Julian's first possession of the second half was highlighted by a 28-yard return by Josh Savage, a thing of beauty it was. Jesse slammed a quick pass into the hands of Justin Flores for another 15 yards and Josh Ernst flew 50 yards for the last Eagles TD of the season. Again, the PAT went wide and the score went to Julian 19, Foothills 35. Fonzie (Adolfo Solis) kicked off for the Eagles but the wind pushed his kick out at Foothills 28. The Knights got the ball on their 40. The Eagles defense Rodney Doss, Jr. Loss by H "Buddy" Seifert limited the Knights to short yardage nibbles. The Knights attempted a 30 yard field goal that sailed wide left, no score. Our Eagles picked up a quick first down but followed with three and out when a fourth down pass was batted down. Foothills took over at their 31 and aided by a pass interference call, scored another TD. The Eagles next possession was cut short by an INT and the game clock slowly wound down as the sun set (literally) on the Eagles season. Our Eagles record fell to 2 wins, 4 losses and 1 tie in the Southern League and won't be invited to the Division 5 CIF playoffs. Our graduating seniors will be leaving quite a few pairs of shoes tofill. Some prettybigones. Jesse Lopez was a power on offense and defense. His quarterbacking skills and defensive presence made a positive difference to this years flock of Eagles. Johnny Hake needs to be recognized for his football knowledge and hard nosed attitude on the field. Johnny started the season in the backfield on offense and as a linebacker on defense. Johnny filled in during the late season and league games as the center when injuries tore up the O-line. Fonzie had scheduling conflicts throughout the season but was an asset when he was present. Cory and Dakota did their best on the right side of the O line while Dennis made a big impression at left guard. Rodney was a rocket and moved with a fluid grace rarely seen at this level. And Joey, after a difficult summer and early season, made every down count on the D line. His tackles were felt on the sidelines. Junior Brett Teusch was idled for the last co'uple of games because of injuries but next season will find him Bigger, Faster and Stronger. Other members of the BFS crew next year will be Josh Savage, Josh Ernst, Brian Johnson and Justin Fiores. They will be bringing three years of experience and familiarity with Coach White's continued on page l O