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Ill BY PATTI ENGEL from Tyler Engel, another base hit scored before the third and final then an inside the park home run out. The game ended with the The standings in the Catalina from Allan Vega. Twowalks, two score Straight Up Builders 13, Co-Ed Softball League are tight- doubles and a couple more base Sand Trap 21. ening up. This week the Sand hits added up to 12 runs scored. For Straight Up Builders, Terri Trap and Straight Up Builders The momentum carried into Alexander was 3-3. Chuy Sillas played each other and winner the bottom of the inning when a and Isaac Felix also both had would take second place alone, double play ended the Straight three hits. Sand Trap got off to a slow Up Builders at bat. Allan Vega Mickey Mann had two hits, start when Derek Moreno brought started the third inning for the San while Jesse Gallegos and Cindy home a run off his double, but was Trap with another inside the park Morris had one hit. For Sand left stranded at third, home run. Trap, Alfredo Cisneros, Derek Straight Up Builders was short Two more were on base for Moreno, Curtis Hall and Marie handed with seven, but those seven Derek Moreno's inside the park Chavez were all 3-3. Tyler Engel pounded out two doubles from homer. Straight Up Builders con- was 2-2 with a walk. Also with Chuy Sillas, a single and dou- verted three walks into runs in 2 hits were Allan Vega, Shawn ble from Isaac Felix and Mickey the bottom of the inning, thanks Hall, Edmundo Vega and Teresa Mann, and base hits from Terri in part to the double from Terri Hernandez. Alexander and Cindy Morris all Alexander. The second game of the night in the first inning to bring home In the top of the fourth inning was between Brave's Landscaping seven runs. Marie Chavez scored on the and The Lobster Trap. The Edmundo Vega made a great double from Tyler Engel. Allan Lobster Trap opened up with save-my-life catch at the mound to Vega walked, then both scored on doubles from Scotty Rohlfsen rob Jesse Gallegos of a hit. In the the inside the park homer from and Tino Rodriguez, a base hit top of the second, Sand Trap bats Alfredo Cisneros. With timefrom Aliana Gonzalez, triple from got hot and found the holes. Shawn expired, Straight Up Builders got Robert Reyes, singles from Dave Hall started with a triple, then had their last at bat. Isaac Felix col- Clary and Porschia Denning, a a double later in the inning. Two leered two runs on his inside the double from Jimmy Felix, then a 3 base hits were followed by a triple park homer. Another two runs run bomb over the left field fence SUBMITTED BY THE SANTA CATALINA ISLAND COMPANY "Water, water every where, nor any drop to drink" These words were written in 1797 by Samuel Taylor Coleridge in his epic poem, "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner." They might well apply to our beautiful drought stricken island surrounded by a glistening salt irrigation nozzles to drip valves to eliminate waste of landscap- ing water. These water-saving changes will still meet the needs of these new project facilities and continue to offer the lovely land- scaping that our visitors and com- munity enjoy. "By responding responsibly to the seriousness of the drought, the company feels that the various water saving steps being taken is not only good for and the golf course uses an older, non-potable, briny, off-line water well on the site itself (many, many miles away from Thompson's Reservoir) to keep the course in good condition. The Descanso Beach Club will also be using "smart" water con- servation devices and drip irriga- tion for the majority of its land- scape which is expected to result in at least 30% water use reduction. from Manny Hernandez. A total for Brave's Landscaping in the of eight crossed the plate, third thanks to two base hits, and Brave's Landscaping answered error and an inside the park home back with an opening shot over run from Danny Alonzo. In the center from Danny Alonzo fol- top of the fifth with one out, two lowed by a triple from Nick Flores, errors and two base hits had three doubles from Lupe Sanchez and runs home. Josh Flynn, a single from Anissa A long sacrifice fly from Flores, then doubles from Santiago Jimmy Felix got the tying run Martinez and Frank Rojo. Six home. With time expired, one out came home before the final out. and two on, Brave's Landscaping Brave's Landscaping took over had a chance to win, but hit into the lead in the second when Nick a double play to end the game. Flores had an inside the park Final score, Brave's Landscaping homer, followed by base hits to 12, The Lobster Trap 12. score two more. Three more runs Softball, Page 12 Lasik CARLOTA'S OF AVALON Women's Clothing CATALINA CRAFTERS Arts & Crafts Supply Store CATALINA REALTORS Real Estate CHET'S HARDWARE A little bit ofeoerything you need CIVR Catalina Island Vacation Rentals JEWELS OF INTEREST Artist Inspired Jewelry & Gifts MR. NING'S Chinese Garden Restaurant THE STEAMER TRUNK First Class Gifts water sea. However, the Santa ~e organization, but for the corn- The new kitchen there will feature .... ~ ...... ~ ...... T~IIqDS~ ......... Catalina Island Company is taking munity as well. It is the right low flow faucets, and other water ,- Apparel, Footwear major steps to see that it doesn't thing to do,' said Randy Herrel, saving devices that will elimi-~ ,[or Gifts&Fashiondewelry happen to Avalon in particular or President and CEO of the Santa hate waste including that resulting~eyelashes the Island as a whole. Catalina Island Company. from the older plumbing. [~IIT~~flTEDI In the, Santa Catalina Island Should Avalon go into the SCE is encouraged that com-Call 714-546-2020 I IIJ l J/ I Company s planning of several second phase of water rationing, munity leaders, such as the Island F0ra Saturday clinic I I ~ I new projects, fresh water has which mandates a 25% further Company, have taken very pro- been a major consideration for reduction, the Island Company active steps to reduce water usage, app0intment at CIMC,I the Island Company, not only will have already lowered its water especially in light of additional tb I to reduce usage but to actually usage, including the new projects stages of water rationing possibly have their water allotment remain coming on line, by that amount, having to be implemented. SCE below its current allocation, which means it's ongoing and new is actively working with the Island By conscientiously practic- businesses wi!! not be affcted. Company to confirm both existing ORANGE COAST I SANTA CATALINA " F I "~ ISLAND COMPANY ing the "Water Wise" theme of While the smart devces rep-water usage and any savings that 8~ ~ ~ 8 ~ ~~ ! 877.778.8322 [ www.visitCatalinalsland.com Southern California Edison, the resent a substantial investnent for have already been realized from Island Company, with the expert the company they are important in its new initiatives. help of Valley Crest, hopes to that they can detect the acUal need The Island Company's leader- take the lead in conserving water for water in all landscapd areas, ship in this area should provide an ouise e chrader Most of the Island Conpany's landscaping, including he golf course turf, is drought esistant, example for others to follow, and Edison stands ready to assist all others in this regard. through its installation of "smart" devices that measure water content in the soil and by converting spray Strategize Communicate Facilitate Avalon's new City Council will guide the city through a very dynamic time in its history. To preserve the Avalon we all know and love, we need a council that will think strategically, plan proactively and be fiscally responsible. My priorities are: future Preserving our community Maintaining our infrastructure Improving communication Long-term water supplies Water quality in our bay Managing the city's financial I would love to hear your priorities and 'ision for Avalon's future. Please feel free to contact me via phone at 51c9561 or at Cinde@Frontier.com Paid for by Cinde MacGuga -Cassidy April 25, 1947 -January 14, 2014 Former island resident Louise Schrader, 66, passed away on January 14th, 2014 from a sudden illness related to long-term pulmonary COPD. Born in Fullerton, CA, Louise lived most of her adult life in Colorado, but on a visit to the island in the mid-1980's quickly decided to take up residence in Avalon. She worked first at the Bank of Catalina until she joined the City of Avalon staff from September, 1988 through May of 1999. She then moved to Mena, Arkansas to live with her parents and sister, where she developed a small business of hand-painted fabrics, clothes, and shoes on e-Bay. She also very much enjoyed collecting Chinese furniture and fine pottery, along with pursuing an avid interest in unusual vintage clothing. She left Arkansas in 2006 and moved to Pittsburgh, PA in order to enjoy the quickly growing family of her eldest son, Colin McDonald, his wife Susan, and her three young grandchildren Maddie, Michael, and EUie. This relocation also brought her closer to her younger son, Tyson Schrader, his wife Amber, and twin granddaughters Avery & Emery of Silt, Colorado. Her affection, helpfulness and willing ear will be greatly missed by family and friends alike. In addition to her sons and their families, Louise is survived by her mother, Donna Stichtman and sister Lisa Ridgley, both of Mena, Arkansas, sister Pat Fertig of Avalon, and nieces Harmony Ridgley- Wright of London, UK, Melissa Hoers of Avalon and Jordan Harvey of Indio, CA.