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Page 8 The Cloverdale Reveille January 10, 2019 www, cloverdalereveilleocom defense of hoops title Cioverdale pushes record to 10-4 with a pair of wins By Greg Clementi Sports Editor The Lady Eagles began defense of their league title in winning fashion, opening the NCL 1 schedule with victories over Middletown (55-35) and KelseyviUe (64-56, OT). The wins pushed Cloverdale's overall record to 10-4 and a 2-0 in league. The ladies will be back on the court this week with a home clash versus Fort Bragg on Jan. 8 (after press time) and at Lower Lake this Friday, Jan. 11 (7:30 p.m.). The Eagles will host Willits next Monday, Jan. 14 in a 7 p.m. varsity tip-off. Eagles serve notice The opening week of the NCL 1 season could prove a harbinger of great things to come, with Cloverdale getting the party started with a Jan. 2 home rout over Middletown. The Eagles clung to a 22-19 edge at the half but busted it open with a 21-4 run in the decisive third quarter on their way to a 55-35 romp. Tehya Bird led the scoring with a sensation 30-point, eight-rebound performance. Also in the scoring column were Kaylee King (13 points, 5 rebounds), Maci Hernandez (4 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists), Kayli Persons (6 points, 6 boards, 7 assists, 4 steals) and Marina Lopez (2 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal). The Eagles found them- selves in a dogfight two nights later at Kelseyville, climbing back from an early 10-point deficit to trail 26-23 at the half. Following an even third peri- od, the game came down to the final seconds as Cloverdale evened the score at 50-all to send it into overtime. It was all Eagles in the extra period, outscoring the Knights 14-6 to escape with a 64-56 win. Bird continued her domi- nance with 28 points, six rebounds, one assist and a whopping 13 steals. Other top scorers were Persons (14 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 4 steals), Catherine Driver (18 points, 4 rebounds, 2 steals), Hernandez (2 points, 1 steal), Ahnna Randolph (1 point, 3 rebounds), Alyssa Moffett (1 point, 1 rebound, Morgan Sceales (5 rebounds) and King (2 rebounds). Photo Michael Lucid PHOLIRC SCOBER -- Tehya Bird poured in a combined 58 points in wins over Middletown and Kelseyville to open defense of their league title. CLOVERDALE REVEILLE Expanded listing for 2019 to include City, school, business, recreation and other essential contacts Emergency preparedness guides New multiple listings for cell phone numbers (submit yours for free!) All display ads receive a free white page listing Publishes March 2019 Reserve space by February 1, 2019 Contact Brad today at 707-894-3339 or brad@sonomawest.com ga,n s to open CIoverdale will host 14 in a 7:30 p.m. tip-off. Eagles' split Lower Lake this Friday Things didn't go as planned in the league opener at By Greg Clementi Middletown on Jan. 2, as Sports Editor Cloverdale struggled to con- tain an experienced Mustang It was a mixed bag in the squad. Middletown set the opening stretch of league tone early with a 19-10 run in hoops for the varsity Eagles, the first quarter and led 33-24 settling for an even split in a at the half. The Mustangs pair of games, broke it wide open in the third Cloverdale (1-1, 7-6) kicked period, outscoring Cloverdale off the NCL 1 schedule with a 26-14 en route to a 76-60 win. Jan. 2 trip to Middletown, Sophomore center Josh falling to the Mustangs, 76-60. Lemley led all Eagles with 18 The Eagles bounced back two points and eight rebounds, nights later in the friendly while senior guard Mario confines against visiting Lopez chipped in 12 points. Kelseyville, soundly defeating Other scorers included the Knights, 71-43. Andres Herrera (10), Garrett At press time Cloverdale Robertson (3), Chuche Maciel was preparing to hit the road (3), Spencer Hoover (2) and for a Jan. 8 visit to Fort Bragg, Keller Sibert (1). followed by a home clash with The Eagles bounced back in Lower Lake on Friday, Jan. 11 a big way two nights later at 7:30 p.m. The Eagles will against visiting KelseyviUe, visit WiUits next Monday, Jan. racing to a 37-21 cushion at the Photo Greg Clementi PUSHING THE BALL -- Junior guard Chuche Maciel hustled the ball up-court alongside Spencer Hoover. half on their way to a 71-43 rout. Lemley took top scoring honors with 20 points and 13 boards. Other leading contrib- utors included Sibert (10 points), Shayne Turner (9 points, 8 rebound), Maciel (9 points) and Lopez (8 points). 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