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January 15, 1997

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i January 15, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 o00eague play starts on Friday am -Ketball games starting this ,, ,,,diday, Jan. 17, in play with :^'rt Bragg, Cloverdale Eagles .eh John Gastineau is hoping X" " njuries and illnesses that me Webeen plaguinghis team over by m It past few weeks are over. We have had some crucial how t aries to different people at :e (if Ferent times. It's really hurt f the, Hopefully we will get every- rake 1 dy healthy at the same time," ing t e Coach stated. rat] n a game with College Prep in secti kland on Tuesday Jan. 7, the andl i s ed two points; ationVid Bowen, eight; Ryan War- hich ' 11; Justin Jackson, 21; TJ al'd, 13; Eric Sumner, two. e Eagles had 23 field goals are! 10 free throws. David Bo- ]ten a.had a three-pointer. 150 t day the Eagles played Pot- Loni Valley at home and lost 51- statel le .bason Smith had three; David mia en, nine; Ryan Warren, sev- r, MJustin Jackson, six; TJ Bird, ener| Eric Sumner, 10; and David ate lh, two. lentoaere were 21 field goals, three l Jason Smith and Bowen each had three the team traveled to where they won 78- overtime. th scored two points; 16; Ryan Warren, ;Justin Jackson, 11; TJ Bird, Chris Lands, two; David four. Twenty-two field and 32 free throws made the scoring with David Bo- und Ryan Warren each three-pointers four for four from free throw line in the over- period and David Bowen three for four. No baskets the Eagles in the instead eight free were tossed in. This week the varsity will play Middletown and travel to Fort Bragg on Friday for the first league game. At Oakland Cloverdale- 15 16 13 13-57 College Prep - 11 14 17 8 -50 At Cloverdale Potter Valley-9 12 11 19-51 Cloverdale - 11 15 8 13 -47 At Mendocino Cloverdale-18 20 17 15 8- 78 Mendocino-24 12 23 11 5 - 75 Junior Varsity games The junior Eagles lost to Col- lege Prep, 34-33. Dustin Haug scored eight; Sean Montano, 11; Chano Diaz, one; Matt Brown, two; Brenden Hampton, nine; Eric Lopez, two. In play with Potter Valley the JVs won 55-31. Dustin Haug, two; Byron Robertson, four; Car- los Crippes, two; Mike Ramaz- zotti, four; Sean Montano, nine; Chano Diaz, five; Chris Glas- gow, two; Matt Brown, six; Brenden Hampton, 15; Eric Lo- pez, six. The Eagles were also victori- ous over Santa Rosa Christian, 58-45. Dustin Haug, 16; Matt Osterman, one; Mike Ramazzot- ti, four; Sean Montano, nine; Chano Diaz, seven; Matt Brown, six; Brenden Hampton, 11; Eric Lopez, four. The junior Eagles are 11 and four. Still playing a little incon- sistently, according to coach Mike Dunsing, but getting bet- ter all the time. At Oakland Cloverdale - 9 8 8 8 - 33 College Prep - 5 10 7 12 - 34 At Cloverdale Potter Valley - 4 4 13 10- 31 Cloverdale- 19 15 11 10-55 At Santa Rosa Cloverdale - 19 16 15 8 - 58 S.R. Christian - 11 9 16 9 -45 The junior varsity Eagles will start playing at 6 p.m. at Fort Bragg for the first NCL I game of the season this Friday, Jan. 17. Win for lady Eagles By Roberta Lyons The Cloverdale Eagles varsity girls' basketball team defeated Mendocino at Mendocino Satur- day night, 46-33. Krista Warren had 17 points; Jordan Jackson, 10; Cindy Be- sio, six; Zita Konik, five; Heidi Yanglin, four; and Danielle Bird, four. Jordan Jackson was six for six from the free throw line. "They were important free throws in the second half of the game," assistant coach Maribeth Kelley noted. Krista Warren also had 11 rebounds and four blocked shots. The coach noted that Zita Kon- ik had a tough job guarding an opponent who was seven to eight inches taller than she is. "She did a good job, the girl only made four points," Kelley noted The lady Eagles are nine and three over all. They play Calisto- ga this week and the first league game is at home against Fort Braggthis Friday. JVs start play- ing at 6 p.m. The junior varsity girls lost to Mendocino, 35-20. Scoring were: Devon Grady with nine; Shelly Gunther, four; Krystal Pack, four; Laurel White, two. "We're playing better," said coach Florence Edens. "It's a young team. I have a lot of play- ers who haven't played before and they are coming along." At Mendocino Cloverdale - 6 14 11 13 - 46 Mendocino - 2 13 12 6 - 33 Junior Varsity Cloverdale - 6 8 3 2 - 20 Mendocino - 16 7 6 4 - 35 Don't Settle for Any Ordinary IRA erdale births MdLendon and Fa- Chavez celebrated the of a baby girl, Arianna born Nov 19, at am, weighing four pounds 11 ounces. and Scott Walkercel- the birth of a baby boy, Wyatt Walker, bern Oct. 5:34 pro, weighing seven and one ounce. of Cloverdale cele- the birth of a baby girl, Rosemary Ewing, born :. 20, weighing eight pounds, it ounces and measuring 21 Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas &7/F I SE HOMES & VINES (707) 894-5437 "Satisfaction Guaranteed!" Colleen Jones and Ben Lim- celebrated the birth of a girl, Victoria Celene Bu- born Dec. 15 at 11:22 am, nine pounds and one OUnce. 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