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November 19, 2014 Eagles Football continued from page 1 and recorded a fumble recovery. Drew will be enlisting in the US Army after he graduates. Skyler Marushige, the Eagles sophomore QB, played on the Eagles offense, defense and special teams. Skyler is big and fairly fast. He completed 33 of 91 passes for 552 yards, 41 carries for 157 yards and 4 receptions for 31 yards. He scored 2 rushing TD's and 1 receiving TD. On defense, Skyler had 10 tackles and 5 sacks. He punted 10 times for 456 yards and .had 31 kickoffs for 1156 yards on special teams. Skyler will get bigger, stronger and faster over the offseason and will be a force to be reckoned with in the Citrus League next season. I'm glad he's on our side. Shuuluk Linton is the quiet one. He is a gifted athlete who excelled on both sides of the ball. In his junior season, Shuuluk had 2 rushes for 17 yards and 6 receptions for 136 yards with 3 touchdowns. On defense, Shuuluk was a linebacker with 3 interceptions for 134 yards of return with one touchdown and he made 39 tackles and recovered one fumble. Shuuluk was always in the middle of the play and I am looking for an even better season from Shuuluk next year. JJ Corrales was a playmaker on all three sides of the ball. He had a 29 yard average on his receptions, made 21 tackles on defense, one pick with a 27 yard return and 19 kick returns for 315 yards. JJ has come into his own and causes opposing coaches to game plan around him. JJ is coming back for an even bigger and better year. Daniel Streamer transferred in from Warner Springs this summer. Because of CIF rules for transfer students within the league, Daniel had to sit out until Homecoming. Daniel was very active on the practice teams during his sit out period and made the most of it. When Daniel hit the field against West Shores, he began to rack up an impressive list of statistics and accomplishments. He completed 5 of 7 passing attempts for 77 yards, picked up 308 yards on 53 carries and 3 touchdowns and picked up 87 yards on 3 catches and 1 TD. He also scored on 2 two-point conversion attempts. On the defensive side of the ball, he was credited with 34 tackles, 1 fumble recovered, 5 fumbles caused and 5 kick returns for a total of 92 yards. He accomplished these statistics in only 4 games. He should at least double his production next year. Chris Boyd came back to the Eagles this season after going to a charter school last year. Chris was the spark on the O line and D line, taking on players twice his size and succeeding against them. Chris was a strong anchor on the O line that was an effective blocker. On defense, Chris made 31 tackles, had 2 sacks, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble. Our Tasmanian Devil will be back next season. Mason Baay is another three year Eagle. He anchors the middle of the Eagles O line and is a feature of the Eagles Jumbo package. Mason picked up 20 yards on 8 carries out of the backfield. On defense, Mason made 8 tackles. We'll see what Mason does next year. Serving Our Com,r0000rcial Neighbors For Over 60 years Residential*** Payment Options Emergency Service :.,:2i ! Trained Under New Management Junior Dennis Beresford, a first year Eagle, became eligible for the Eagles right before Homecoming in October. He is a gifted wide receiver like his older brother Tah, but he is a little quicker. Dennis needs to be patient and sharpen his routes. He has the fire, does he have the desire? Alejandra Abarca was the only. girl in the league. Alejandra had limited playing time due to injuries suffered during practice. Bubba Duro rounds out the juniors on this season's Eagles. Bubba has been working diligently to bring his grades up and he has promised me that he will be eligible next year. Bubba's size will be a welcome addition to the Eagles O line. Nino Romano is a sophomore speedster from the Cross Country and Track team. Nino is also the third generation of Romano's affiliated with the Eagles. His Grandfather Joe was a Iongtime Eagles DB coach and his father Tony was an Eagle during his high school years. Nino picked up 161 yards on 25 carries, had 15 tackles and two sacks. Nino scored 12 points on 2 touchdowns. Je.remiah Sanchez had a good beginning of the year, but injuries in the first half of the season kept him on the IR for the balance of the season. We are looking for a big year from Jeremiah next season. After the opening scrimmages at Warner Spring High School in mid-August, freshman DB Ozzy Martinez became an Eagle. Ozzy has an innate knack for being around the ball. The Oz made 27 tackles on defense had 1 interception with a 20 yard return and ten kickoff returns for 177 yards. The Eagles are looking for big things from Ozzy next season. Nyemetaay Linton played with enthusiasm and pure joy. Nyemetaay's TD in the final game of the season was worthy of an NFL play of the week mention. He had one other reception for 4 yards during the season. On defense, Nyemetaay made 7 tackles, had a sack, forced a fumble and recovered same. Nyemetaay, Gage Baay and Marshall Marriot all have brothers that are current Eagles. Gage filled in on the O line and defensively had four tackles and one fumble recovery. Marshall played on the O line and defensively made 11 tackles, had a sackand caused a fumble. Marshall also recovered an onsides kick attempt. Marshalls older brother is Drew Bullock. Jeremy Flores had two older brothers, Jesse and Justin on past Eagles teams. Jeremy transferred in after the start of the season and filled in on the O line and the D line. Jeremy has some big shoes to fill, but with another year of experience and some coaching up, he has the potential to surpass his brothers. Eddie Phillips was the smallest player on the field. Size didn't matter to Eddie; when he was on the field he played like he was a foot taller and75 pounds heavier. He had a couple of amazing pass defenses against wide receivers that outsized him. Will Hatch is another freshman with a lot of potential. On defense, Will had 2 tackles that could be heard in Kentwood II. Will will get bigger, faster and stronger over the summer. I can't wait to see him next August. Alex Carson is another freshman transfer student. Alex saw some playing time, but injuries kept him sidelined at the end of the season. Alex has size and smarts and will be a welcome addition to both lines. ' Jojo Jennings and Jesse Ludwick are our last two freshmen. Jojo did a lot of work on the look teams and will pick up some size and strength over the summer. Jesse's injuries kept him sideline bound for most of the season. Seniors Kricia Garcia and Itzel Solis handled the videoing and statistics for the team at the games. The stats and videos are essential to chart the progress of the players and provide a visual record of the games. Itzel's brother Adolfo "the Fonz" was an Eagle several seasons back Last, but certainly not least, the sidelines crew of India Lukeman and Lizet Pinedo, with waterboys Ty White and Jensen Bell kept th'eplayers hydrated during all The Julian News 9 of the practices and games. Additionally, the girls kept the sidelines organized and took care of whatever needed to be done throughout the season. Without India and.Lizet, the season would have been a lot more difficult. Your Eagles would like to thank Ken Marushige for his excellent highlight videos and his DVD of last years year's season was equal to any NFL Film. Team Mom Christine Summers balanced her new studio at Julian Station with her team mom duties plus her family. Christine made some pretty awesome one dish pre-game meals. Richard and Jeanne Mudd were the sponsors of the Eagles Thursday night O Line meals at the American Legion Post. The Mudd's enthusiastic support of the Eagles earned them the first ever "forever" season tickets for the Eagles home games. John Smith, Mike Loft, Jimmy Carter and several other Post 468 members put in lots of work on Thursday nights to support our team. Thank you Post 468! We would like to thank Don's Market for their support with the ingredients for the Eagles special cramp prevention juice. It does work. Another big Thank You goes out to Stacy and Randy Peyakov of Wynola Flats for their PB&J support. The peanut butter and jelly sandwiches made from Stacy's jams and jellies and loaves of bread supplied by John Baca helped keep the troops well fed with a quick, easy and nutritious snack. Jeremy Manley stepped up for several games and donated several very tasty pre-game meals at the end of the season. Thank you Jeremy. The games would have been a lot harder with the donations of ice from our anonymous "ice fairies". The ice is necessary for the little nicks and not so little injuries during the games and keeping the essential hydration stations well chilled. Finally, I would like to thank Woody Barnes for his encouragement and Buzz Thorn for getting me started with the Julian News. And a big Thanks to Mike Hart for giving me the space to put my Eagles in the News. That's All for now, Folks! (760) 765 0192 We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street CORNER OF OPE R TIEs TREET N www.j ulian-properties.com Est. 1967 P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 CA BRE Lic #00859374 A very special property which 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 VERY NICE HOME IN "TOWN" - PRIVATE SETTING ... open floor plan with adjoining living room, dining area, kitchen and family room. Just two blocks off main street - an easy walk to stores, restaurants, library, schools and most There are 3 bedrooms and 2 spectacular rock fireplaces. The 100 foot long deck is great everywhere in town. Located on a (almost half acre) comer lot with large trees and landscaping. for outdoor living and allows for even more view enjoyment particularly on a clear I[ Fireplace in the living roon, separate dining room, great kitchen with breakfast area, three bedrooms, day - all the way to Catalina Island, San Clemente Islands and the ocean. I[I double garage and additional parking area, secluded back yard with some spectacular sunset views. Priced at $785,000 III Priced at $415,000 Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner email: lilyroy@sbcglobal.net CA BRE Li #00859374 Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com CA BRE Lic #00326128 November 19, 2014 Eagles Football continued from page 1 and recorded a fumble recovery. Drew will be enlisting in the US Army after he graduates. Skyler Marushige, the Eagles sophomore QB, played on the Eagles offense, defense and special teams. Skyler is big and fairly fast. He completed 33 of 91 passes for 552 yards, 41 carries for 157 yards and 4 receptions for 31 yards. He scored 2 rushing TD's and 1 receiving TD. On defense, Skyler had 10 tackles and 5 sacks. He punted 10 times for 456 yards and .had 31 kickoffs for 1156 yards on special teams. Skyler will get bigger, stronger and faster over the offseason and will be a force to be reckoned with in the Citrus League next season. I'm glad he's on our side. Shuuluk Linton is the quiet one. He is a gifted athlete who excelled on both sides of the ball. In his junior season, Shuuluk had 2 rushes for 17 yards and 6 receptions for 136 yards with 3 touchdowns. On defense, Shuuluk was a linebacker with 3 interceptions for 134 yards of return with one touchdown and he made 39 tackles and recovered one fumble. Shuuluk was always in the middle of the play and I am looking for an even better season from Shuuluk next year. JJ Corrales was a playmaker on all three sides of the ball. He had a 29 yard average on his receptions, made 21 tackles on defense, one pick with a 27 yard return and 19 kick returns for 315 yards. JJ has come into his own and causes opposing coaches to game plan around him. JJ is coming back for an even bigger and better year. Daniel Streamer transferred in from Warner Springs this summer. Because of CIF rules for transfer students within the league, Daniel had to sit out until Homecoming. Daniel was very active on the practice teams during his sit out period and made the most of it. When Daniel hit the field against West Shores, he began to rack up an impressive list of statistics and accomplishments. He completed 5 of 7 passing attempts for 77 yards, picked up 308 yards on 53 carries and 3 touchdowns and picked up 87 yards on 3 catches and 1 TD. He also scored on 2 two-point conversion attempts. On the defensive side of the ball, he was credited with 34 tackles, 1 fumble recovered, 5 fumbles caused and 5 kick returns for a total of 92 yards. He accomplished these statistics in only 4 games. He should at least double his production next year. Chris Boyd came back to the Eagles this season after going to a charter school last year. Chris was the spark on the O line and D line, taking on players twice his size and succeeding against them. Chris was a strong anchor on the O line that was an effective blocker. On defense, Chris made 31 tackles, had 2 sacks, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble. Our Tasmanian Devil will be back next season. Mason Baay is another three year Eagle. He anchors the middle of the Eagles O line and is a feature of the Eagles Jumbo package. Mason picked up 20 yards on 8 carries out of the backfield. On defense, Mason made 8 tackles. We'll see what Mason does next year. Serving Our Com,r0000rcial Neighbors For Over 60 years Residential*** Payment Options Emergency Service :.,:2i ! Trained Under New Management Junior Dennis Beresford, a first year Eagle, became eligible for the Eagles right before Homecoming in October. He is a gifted wide receiver like his older brother Tah, but he is a little quicker. Dennis needs to be patient and sharpen his routes. He has the fire, does he have the desire? Alejandra Abarca was the only. girl in the league. Alejandra had limited playing time due to injuries suffered during practice. Bubba Duro rounds out the juniors on this season's Eagles. Bubba has been working diligently to bring his grades up and he has promised me that he will be eligible next year. Bubba's size will be a welcome addition to the Eagles O line. Nino Romano is a sophomore speedster from the Cross Country and Track team. Nino is also the third generation of Romano's affiliated with the Eagles. His Grandfather Joe was a Iongtime Eagles DB coach and his father Tony was an Eagle during his high school years. Nino picked up 161 yards on 25 carries, had 15 tackles and two sacks. Nino scored 12 points on 2 touchdowns. Je.remiah Sanchez had a good beginning of the year, but injuries in the first half of the season kept him on the IR for the balance of the season. We are looking for a big year from Jeremiah next season. After the opening scrimmages at Warner Spring High School in mid-August, freshman DB Ozzy Martinez became an Eagle. Ozzy has an innate knack for being around the ball. The Oz made 27 tackles on defense had 1 interception with a 20 yard return and ten kickoff returns for 177 yards. The Eagles are looking for big things from Ozzy next season. Nyemetaay Linton played with enthusiasm and pure joy. Nyemetaay's TD in the final game of the season was worthy of an NFL play of the week mention. He had one other reception for 4 yards during the season. On defense, Nyemetaay made 7 tackles, had a sack, forced a fumble and recovered same. Nyemetaay, Gage Baay and Marshall Marriot all have brothers that are current Eagles. Gage filled in on the O line and defensively had four tackles and one fumble recovery. Marshall played on the O line and defensively made 11 tackles, had a sackand caused a fumble. Marshall also recovered an onsides kick attempt. Marshalls older brother is Drew Bullock. Jeremy Flores had two older brothers, Jesse and Justin on past Eagles teams. Jeremy transferred in after the start of the season and filled in on the O line and the D line. Jeremy has some big shoes to fill, but with another year of experience and some coaching up, he has the potential to surpass his brothers. Eddie Phillips was the smallest player on the field. Size didn't matter to Eddie; when he was on the field he played like he was a foot taller and75 pounds heavier. He had a couple of amazing pass defenses against wide receivers that outsized him. Will Hatch is another freshman with a lot of potential. On defense, Will had 2 tackles that could be heard in Kentwood II. Will will get bigger, faster and stronger over the summer. I can't wait to see him next August. Alex Carson is another freshman transfer student. Alex saw some playing time, but injuries kept him sidelined at the end of the season. Alex has size and smarts and will be a welcome addition to both lines. ' Jojo Jennings and Jesse Ludwick are our last two freshmen. Jojo did a lot of work on the look teams and will pick up some size and strength over the summer. Jesse's injuries kept him sideline bound for most of the season. Seniors Kricia Garcia and Itzel Solis handled the videoing and statistics for the team at the games. The stats and videos are essential to chart the progress of the players and provide a visual record of the games. Itzel's brother Adolfo "the Fonz" was an Eagle several seasons back Last, but certainly not least, the sidelines crew of India Lukeman and Lizet Pinedo, with waterboys Ty White and Jensen Bell kept th'eplayers hydrated during all The Julian News 9 of the practices and games. Additionally, the girls kept the sidelines organized and took care of whatever needed to be done throughout the season. Without India and.Lizet, the season would have been a lot more difficult. Your Eagles would like to thank Ken Marushige for his excellent highlight videos and his DVD of last years year's season was equal to any NFL Film. Team Mom Christine Summers balanced her new studio at Julian Station with her team mom duties plus her family. Christine made some pretty awesome one dish pre-game meals. Richard and Jeanne Mudd were the sponsors of the Eagles Thursday night O Line meals at the American Legion Post. The Mudd's enthusiastic support of the Eagles earned them the first ever "forever" season tickets for the Eagles home games. John Smith, Mike Loft, Jimmy Carter and several other Post 468 members put in lots of work on Thursday nights to support our team. Thank you Post 468! We would like to thank Don's Market for their support with the ingredients for the Eagles special cramp prevention juice. It does work. Another big Thank You goes out to Stacy and Randy Peyakov of Wynola Flats for their PB&J support. The peanut butter and jelly sandwiches made from Stacy's jams and jellies and loaves of bread supplied by John Baca helped keep the troops well fed with a quick, easy and nutritious snack. Jeremy Manley stepped up for several games and donated several very tasty pre-game meals at the end of the season. Thank you Jeremy. The games would have been a lot harder with the donations of ice from our anonymous "ice fairies". The ice is necessary for the little nicks and not so little injuries during the games and keeping the essential hydration stations well chilled. Finally, I would like to thank Woody Barnes for his encouragement and Buzz Thorn for getting me started with the Julian News. And a big Thanks to Mike Hart for giving me the space to put my Eagles in the News. That's All for now, Folks! (760) 765 0192 We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street CORNER OF OPE R TIEs TREET N www.j ulian-properties.com Est. 1967 P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 CA BRE Lic #00859374 A very special property which 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 VERY NICE HOME IN "TOWN" - PRIVATE SETTING ... open floor plan with adjoining living room, dining area, kitchen and family room. Just two blocks off main street - an easy walk to stores, restaurants, library, schools and most There are 3 bedrooms and 2 spectacular rock fireplaces. The 100 foot long deck is great everywhere in town. Located on a (almost half acre) comer lot with large trees and landscaping. for outdoor living and allows for even more view enjoyment particularly on a clear I[ Fireplace in the living roon, separate dining room, great kitchen with breakfast area, three bedrooms, day - all the way to Catalina Island, San Clemente Islands and the ocean. I[I double garage and additional parking area, secluded back yard with some spectacular sunset views. Priced at $785,000 III Priced at $415,000 Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner email: lilyroy@sbcglobal.net CA BRE Li #00859374 Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com CA BRE Lic #00326128