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Great IlIFIVE ACRES includes 2 legal parcels, 1200 Floor plan - 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, Gourmet shop, 10,000 gallon water storage and s Ill Kitchen, Formal Dining Room, 2 Fireplaces, Central Ill efficient manufactured home. Air and Heat, Deck, Garage. Ill $649,000 1[[ 95;O01JZ $325,000 UNUSUAL AND REMOTE MOUNTAIN PROPERTY. CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS. 1.28 Acres with 20 Acres, Complete with dry cabin for secluded get- easy access, mature trees. Service by water company, away weekends. Oak, Fir and Spruce trees. Views. has approved septic layout. $240,000 $188,000 Rose Steadman, Broker/Owner Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate Ken Bunch, Broker Associate email: julinjoe@gmail.com email: melo-de@sbcglobal.net email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com email: kencbunch@aol.com JHS Cross Country continued from page 1 At the League Championship, the East and West divisions of the Citrus league were pitted together to crown a champion. The race was held at Chollas Lake. The boys ran tough and took their first League Championship in over 13 years7 Daniel Smith placed 3rd overall and Julian placed 3 boys in the top 10 including Joseph Munson and Justin VanBibber. Julian won this championship against two division 4 schools with much bigger enrollments and with very established cross country programs. The big meet of the year was the CIF Finals which is comprised of all the teams from Several of the boys ran great races and set PR's in the 5K. Most notable was Daniel Smith's clocking of 17:55, making him only the 3rd boy in Julian School history to break 18:00 minutes! In fact, Daniel has his sights set on the school record of 17:02 set by Noah Sloan in his Senior year. The girl's team is in the midst of rebuilding after coming off Division 5 overall team titles in 2006 and 2007. The girl's team started out with 3 runners led by Sophomore Katie Newgard, Freshman Charlie Beatty and Sophomore McKenna Vandewalle. About a month into the season we were joined by Senior Kalyn Kelly and her Sophomore sister Lonna Kelly. We finally had a scoring team of Front row, left to right: Justin VanBibber, Daniel Smith, Joseph Munson. Back row, left to right: Derek Rousseau, Steven Smith, Dustin Jenson, Glen Smith, Michael Hatch. San Diego County. The Julian boys had never won a Division 5 CIF championship and this looked to be the year where the team had a chance. Again the boys ran a strong race and handily took the team title! Daniel Smith had his best CIF finish ever and finished 2nd overall. Not only did Julian take the team title but they placed 3 boys in the top 10 including Daniel Smith, Joseph Munson, and Justin VanBibber. This qualified our team of 7 runners to go to the State Meet in Fresno and represent San Diego as the top Division 5 team. 5 members. Katie Newgard had a great summer of training and was the first girl in school history to earn the 250 mile patch! Early in the year the girl's were getting waxed by our opponents but as the season went on they got stronger and stronger and they kept setting PR's throughout the season and getting good placings at our meets. Then our top runner, Katie got sick the last month of the season and although she competed valiantly, she just wasn't at the top of her game. Kalyn Kelly who Left to right: Kalyn Kelly, Lonna Kelly, Katie Newgard, McKenna Vandewalle, Charlie Beatty. has run all 4 years got stronger throughout the year and at the CIF Finals she qualified for her 4th straight State appearance! The girls were able to compete as a team at CIF and finished a very respectable 3rd overall. The final event of the season was the awards dinner and ceremony. For the boys, Daniel Smith won the Most Valuable Player trophy, Justin VanBibber the Most Improved trophy and Derek Rousseau who not only had tremendous improvement over the year, but in exhibiting strong leadership traits, won the Coaches Award. For the girls, Katie Newgard won the Most Valuable Player trophy, McKenna Vandewalle the Most Improved trophy and Kalyn Kelly won the Coaches Award. Honorable mention has to go to Charlie Beatty who shows promise of being an outstanding runner in the future. As a testament to how great this group has been, a majority of the team who qualified, also won San Diego Union Tribune student athlete awards, showing off not only their accomplishments on the field, but also in the classroom. The boys are showing a keen interest in more intense off season training, buoyed by their successes this year. 2010 Should be a very interesting year indeed. A special mention goes out to former head coach and now assistant coach Bill Porter for his help this year and his tireless work over the last few decades in getting the cross country program into the shape it is today. Also to JoAnn Yuricek, who gave tirelessly of her time for transporting, timing, and hosting pre race dinners. 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