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Page 6 Cloverdale Reveille .lanuarv 2. 1991 9 Varsity. Eag!es.rack up three 0 0 o oo ,g more v=ctor00es non-league play By Brian Sumpter Big first-quarter performances paved the way for three straight non-league victories for the Clover- dale High School varsity boys&apos; basketball team in recent non- league action. The Eagles (10-3) scored 21 points in the opening period Dec. 22 en route to a 57-48 win over the Analy Tigers and they outscored Calistoga 19-4 in the first quarter on Dec. 19 while whipping the Wildcats, 68-37. Cloverdale's best first quarter, however, came in a 62-55 victory over the Healdsburg Greyhounds Dec. 18 at Healdsburg. "All of the points were off the press...they were transition bas- kets," Cloverdale coach John Gastineau said of the win over Healdsburg. The Eagles attempted 16 shots and made 12 in the opening period against the Greyhounds while racing out to a 12-1 lead. Mark Domenichelli (24 points) connected on all three of his shots in the quarter and Dennis Kurpinsky (20 points) was 4-for-4 from the field. Domenicheili played one of his best games of the season, as did the Eagles. The Cloverdale senior not only led the team in scoring -- he was 8-for-10 from the field and 8-for-13 from the free-throw line -- but he also had team highs in steals (9) and assists (11). "We had 19 steals overall," Gastineau said. "That's about aver- age for us." Jason Farris joined Domenichelli and Kurpinsky in double digits with 12 points. Although the Greyhounds rallied to make a game of it late in the second half, the same could not be same of the Calistoga Wildcats. "We used everybody in the fast quarter," Gastineau said. "Our press worked well and we sco a lot of points off of iL" Gastiu added. Kurpinsky scored 22 points in limited playing time and Fayter gunned in 21. Domenicheili added 10 to go along with his 13 assists. Cloverdale ree Ryder Ray- the field and 2-for-2 from the charity stripe. The Eagles led 35-17 at the half and 56-26 after three quarters. Normally a "warm-weather" team, the Eagles got a taste of the cold while playing at Analy High School Dec. 22 in Sebastopol. "The heater broke in the gym...their water pipes froze (and broke)...and it was real cold," Gastineau said. "As it got darker outside, it got colder insdie. There were a number of turnovers on both sides," Gastineau said. "There was a wind-chill factor just running up and down the court," Gastineau joked. After getting out to such a big lead, the Eagles were content to keep pace with the Tigers the rest of the way. Aridly played a zone defense early, which is not exactly a good idea against a predominantly out- side shooting team like the Eagles. "Fayter had 12 (of his 20) points in the first quarter and 18 in the first half," Gastineau said. The Tigers switched to a box-and- one defense aimed at stopping Fayter in the second half and they even tried a triangle-and-two align- ment against Domenichelli. "To tell you the truth, I don't know why they did that," Gastineau said. "We're not the kind of team where you go after just one person. I was kind of surprised." Four different Eagles -- Kur- pinsky, Fayter, Domenichelli and Farris -- are averaging between I 1- 14 points a game this season. The addition of Kurpinsky, who is just a freshman, to the Cloverdale starting lineup has strengthened the Eagles' perimeter game, meaning that opponents cannot just concen- trate on stopping Fayter from the outside. "He's taken some of the pressure off Fayter, no doubt about it," Gastineau said of his freshman, the team's leading scorer with a 14.5 average. The rapid devolpment of such reserves as Reynolds, Ron Richard- son and Scott Persons could also make a big difference as the Eagles pursue the North Central League I tide this season. Already pegged by many as the team to beat, Cloverdale opens league play against its chief opposi- tion for the 1991 NCL I crown -- the Clear Lake Cardinals -- Friday, Jan. 4 in Lakeport. "I feel pretty optomistic about our chances," Gastineau said of the upcoming league race. At Sebastopol Cloverdale 21 12 11 13 -- 57 Aridly 13 12 6 17 --48 Cloverdale -- Richardson 2, Domenichelli 17, Rivera 1, Fayter 20, Kurpinsky 6, Fan'is 11. 3-pointers -- Fayter 3. At Cloverdale Calistoga 413 911--37 Cloverdale 19 16 21 12 -- 68 Cloverdale -- Richardson 2, Riv- era 2, Domenicbelli 10, Fayter 21, Reynolds 5, Kurpinsky 22, Dagler 4, Farris 2. 3-pointers -- Fayter 2. At Healdsburg Cloverdale 25 7 11 19 -- 62 Healdsburg 12 12 12 19 -- 55 Cloverdale -- Richardson 2, Per- sons 2, Domenichelli 24, Fayter 2, Kurpinsky 20, Farris 12. 3-pointers -- none. noids also contributed with a am- high eight rebounds and five JV Lady hoopsters blast Piner Prospectors 33-14 By Brian Sumpter Nicole Baptism led a balanced scoring attack here Dec. 18 as the Cloverdale High School junior varsity girls' basketball team blasted the Piner Prospectors, 33-14, in a non-league game at Cloverdale. "We were pretty much in control the whole way," Cloverdale coach Jim Crump said. "We were able to get the ball inside to Fletcher a lot early on," Crump added. The Eagles broke the game wide open with a 12-point second I WRIGHT'S FEED STORE Good Luck Throughout the New Year 433-3745 I0 Mill St. - Healdsburg h's Our Pleasure to Wish Our Customers A Very Happy New Year Ul UlM IIAIlKET 433-4138 434 Center - Healdsbur SANTA ROSA MEAT & POULTRY CO. 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Baptiste tossed in nine points quarter, and Baptiste had six of Domenichelli, who played spar- while teammates Tanya Fletcher those. OU BOIS _A_ WARM SPRINGS ingly along with the or Ck.,,=:  Jalm S  eih "SE's playing .y *ro..gball WINES  [ STATION DELl le .starters, had a perfect night apiece. Holly Mitchell also got into for us,' Cramp said of Baptiste.. i Best Wishes for o Heolthy& Hoppy " [ Hoping You Have a Very Happy Holiday trom me hoot. lie was 4-for-4 from the act with six points. Mitchell scored all of her points in the second half. ] New.Ye .or-. ,k33-76 I 433-7766  "She's doing really well, too," i = I-lien :>llreet - Heoldsburl I 520 Dry Creek Rd- Healdsbul mpadded. IFAR HORIZONS TRAVEL[ RaN L. McADON I "7--" Cloverdale opens league play i ,w-,,,m .... 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