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orts Wednesday, January 23, 1980 Page 11 :Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH has again brought golf to a standstill. I happened to be in Healdsburg, so dropped by the what was cooking. The Pro shop was closed, so I the course was also closed to golfers and that is as it As I have mentioned many times, it is far better to when it is nothing more than a lake, even walk and carry their clubs. Golf carts are en- ueslion and hand carts also make tire marks if further rain develops, cause washing. been an extremely tough year for the golfers, or say this winter. As you know, we have had entire average rainfall for the year in the last Our average is around thirty-nine inches and we thirth4hree so far, and it is still cloudy! Some close down entirely and one Country Club off it's back nine, and at times the whole back in my files for last year at this time and we the same sort of conditions. However. rain, it had been very cold with a great deal of is just as bad as heavy rain if not worse. The and loose, so that when it does get water, a mud hole! year, now is the time to take care of your your clubs. Wash and wax them or at least put on the heads and take a close look at the may need replacing. Clean out your bag. Sur- you can collect in a year's play. tOld dead out gloves and you should see what some of the around with them from year to year A regular ) Clean and replace the spikes in your shoes and if them. Take out the spikes and clean out the replace them either with new ones, but in any them also, or use some rust preventative for lose nuts or bolts and lub the axles Now, is also the time to really check out carl. Some guys bring their carts home and and even repaint the whole cart. Now, time to put on a windshield if you want one or top. If your cart is electric, check for correded wiring. If you own a gas cart, an overhaul might be in order. Then you will be ready a good golf summer. Nothing more disturbing stuff poop out when you really need it ! See the crick aways! cage: It's trite, effective as well last may an expression as it it's something Keiseyvflle and made good on in non-league action. avenging a 21- this season overcame a 13` er deficit and ne Eagles 24-12 in period to winning 7566, on its home rifle too used a big arter to assure itself , 63-48 at Calistoga incent's came from the final period 'illits to post a 59-54 ke 74, Cloverdale got their going after jumped out to staryed close exploding eight minutes. Wayne Chap- usual steady shared storing George Leaver, with 19 points. helped the the Eagles in added ]8. topped double 11 points. managed a 21 points for Rich Rowland valuable sixth man, topped the Mustangs with 20 points, Jim EplPerson contributed 11 and Schloetter wound up with 10. "It was an excellent game, probably the best game we've played all year," said Willits Coach Jim Babcock Outstanding individual performances were turned in by Jim Jensen (18 points), Rick Evans t14 assists) and Howard Rwomey ( 13 rebounds). The Mustangs also won the JV game 48-35. Leggett Valley 53, Laytonville 42. The Panthers won their first Northwestern League game as 6-foot-5 senior center Riki Moore scored 24 points and was credited with 27 rebounds and last year's small school scoring champ, Ken Evans, added 17 points. Leggett Valley opened a 12. 2 lead, but Laytonville cut the lead to six at halftime, as four Panther starters were forced to sit out much of the .half with three personal fouls. Laytonville, now 0-2 in the NWL, was paced by Allen Voiselle (18 points) and Rick Foltz (14 points). Prep Cage Ratings Class A-B Ratings Girls' cage: NBL quints are rarin' to roll... The North Bay League girls' basketball season is just around the corner, and if Tuesday's performances are any indication, both Rancho Cotate and Santa Rosa quintets are ready to get set arid go. Rancho Coate raised its record to 104 by rallying in the second half to edge a strong Sonoma quintet, 41-38, while the Panthers t9-5) won their fourth in a row by blitzing the Casa Grand Gauchos. 85-46. Petaluma t11-3) was idle Tuesday night, but travels to Sonoma for a key non-league game against the Dragons Thursday night, while The Ranch will be hosting the Gauchos the same night. Mendocino, moved up to No. 1 in the Redwood Empire prep ratings after raising its record to 124) by winning lasts weekend's El Molino Tournament, had its scheduled Northwestern League game against Potter Valley postponed Tuesday night because of flooding, but No. 2 ranked Cloverdale notched its 10th win in 12 games by burying Clear Lake, 69-21, in a non-league game. Healdsburg continued its impressive play by stopping SI. Helena, 74-21; St. Vin- cent's defeated Ursuline, 38- 3o. Leggett Valley slipped past Laytonville 33-29; and Calistoga downed visiting Kelseyville the score was unavailable) in other Tuesday action. The Highlights Rancho Cotate 4t, Sonoma :Ix - The Ranch overcame a 21-17 halftime lead with a big third period to turn back the Dragons, with Michelle Geister scoring 18 for the winners and Nancy Hafterson 17 for the losers. Santa Rosa x5- Casa (;rande 16 - The Panthers' full-court pressure proved effective against the Gauchos, and four Santa Rosa players broke into double figures, led by Debbie Coggins. who tallied 21 points in about half a game. Chris Elze added 15, Barb Lanz 14, and Sharon Cooper 12. Karen DuVall hit 12 and Karen Kristovich 11 for the Gauchos. Lake upped its l. Kelseyville 11 3 to 8-5 while 2. St. Helena 8 4 fell 6-6. 3. St. Vincent's 9 3 Whipped Potatoes the JV 4. Clear Lake 8 5 Sweet Peas 5. Cloverdale 6 6 Pan Bread 6. Fort Bragg 6 2 Vanilla Pudding Calistoga 48. 7. Lower Lake 6 6 ,z Pint Milk utilized an ef. 8. Calistoga 3 8 game and 9. Potter Valley 9 6 Tuesday, Jan. 29 press to improve its 10. Upper Lake 8 q Turkey Balls w-Rice & Gravy to 1.1-3. 11. Tomales 5 6 Carrot Stick McQueen 12. Anderson Valley 6 6 Hot Spinach of three Kelseyville 13. Willits 2 II French Bread up in double 14. Mendocino 5 4 Pineapple up-side down Cake with 18. 15. Middletown 5 5 a Pint Milk had 18 and Tim 16. Leggett Valley 3 3 12. 17. Round Valley 4 2 Wednesday, Jan. 30 fillips led the 18. Rineon Valley Tuna Sandwich 20 points and Christian 4 3 Tator Tots tallied 13. 19. Laytonville 3 8 Finger Salad is 3-8 this season. 20. Geyserville 2 8 Cran-Applesauce $9,  $4. 21. Point Arena 0 8 % Pint Milk " (2-I1) gave the ATCLEAR LAKE Thursday, Jan. 31 9"3) a real scare at Cioverdale 18..IS..17..12.4 B-B-Q Beef by seven points Clear Lake 16..18..17..24-75 Cole Slaw & Pineapple fourth- qmrter Cloverdale-Daly 21, Chunks Mustangs made Whittaker 3, Chadwick 4, Chilled Pears of the free throw line Lampert 8, Rowland 15, Buttered Buns pull the game out. Smith 8, Hetrick 7. Totals: 23- Peanut Cup was 104or-13 20-66. in the fourth Clear Lake-Garcia 18,  Pint Milk i COmpared to Willits' Lunas 8, Chapman 19, Silva Friday, Feb. ! .the same period. 11, Leaver 19. Totals: 31-13- Beanie Weinies loetter made 5x6 75. Popeye Salad )we to lead the JV Results.Clear Lake 46, Sliced Peaches comeback. Cloverdale 26. Cl.,-MeGuire Corn Bread St. Vincent'a 14. C-Novak 14. 'z Pint Milk win over visiting Ursutme, the Mustangs pulling away in the fourth quarter after holding a 26-24 lead after three periods. ('toverdale 69, Clear Lake 2t - Robin Smoot scored 16 points. Sandy McMillan 12 and Lori Hallan 11. while reserve Diana Rivas came off the bench to score 10 as the Eagles coasted to an easy victory over the young Cardinals. I,eggett Valley 33, Laytonville 29 Mona Williams and Shelly Moss scored 13 and 12 points to lead the Panthers to a narrow 33- 29 Northwestern League win over Laytonville, which was paced by Lisa Askew's 19 points. GIRL'/CAGE RATINGS (;iris Basketball Ratings 1.Mendocino 12 0 2. Cloverdale 10 2 3. Petaluma 11 3 4. KanchoCotate l0 4 5. Sonoma 9 4 6 Sanla Rosa 9 5 7 Piner 6 8 8 Healdsburg 6 6 9. Analy 4 5 10. Casa Grande 6 6 lt. Montgomery 4 10 12. El Molino 4 3 AT ('i.EAR I.AKE ('toverdale IX .19..t7at2-66 ('tear l.ake IG..IX..17..21- AI" ('I.OVERDAI.E ('tear I.ake 2...7...G...6-21 ('toverdale 19..2li..2ff.. IO-G9 ('lear l.ake - Gonzalez 2, assert 7. Holden 8, Detton 4. Totals: 9-3-21. ('loverdate Snloot 16, Greppi 8. Donlenichelli 6. McMillan 12, Hallan II, Rivas 10. Ballard 6. Totals: 33-3-69. 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