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Page 6-- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26,2011 41,. CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Beau Gastineau CHS Athlete of the Week This week's Cloverdale High School (CHS) Player Of The Week is #22 Senior guard Beau Gastineau. Beau has just rejoined the team after a six week layoff due to an injury that happened in football. He has stepped back onto the court with authority, showing the opposition that he hasn't lost a step. Beau has a unique ability to see the whole court, to make everyone around him better, and he possesses the speed and agility to cover more ground than most high school play- ers. Since Beau's return to the team the Eagles have had a much more balanced scoring attack. Beau scored 11 points while shooting five for nine from the line in a 61-57 thrilling home victory Tuesday night over the visiting Clear Lake Cardinals. On Friday night in a tough 46-63 loss to the St. Helena Saints, Beau scored nine points and had a nice defensive ef- fort as well. The Eagles are happy to have Beau back on the court, there's noth- ing like watching him leave a de- fender in the dust with one of his signature behind the back dribbles. One less defender usually means one more open Cloverdale Eagle under the basket, and that's where Beau will find his teammate with a nice bounce pass and yet another assist on the night. Congratulations to this week's CHS Athlete Of TheWeek Beau Beau Gastineau. Beau hits the front end of a one and one. Beau ended the night with 11 points while going 5 for 7 from the line. Preschool now enrolling! Where children are guided, challenged and encouraged with love and patience. Enrollment is open to children 2.5 years through 5 years old. School hours are Monday through Friday 8am to 1pro. Call for a tour today! mylittlelambspreschool.com 1 433-5779 1402 University Street I Healdsburg, CA 95448 Cloverdale's lady Eagles start out with two league wins i By Charlie Delfino The Lady Eagles came out strong this week shooting the ball with a new found attitude. They averaged over 50 points during their two game sweep over the Clear Lake Cardinals and the visiting St. Hele- na Saints in the first two games of the North Central League I (NCL I) South season. The team defense was dominant, and the confidence was back on track as the Eagles showed the teams around the league that they are again playing Cloverdale Eagle basketball. Tuesday the Eagles traveled to Clear Lake and came out attacking the basket scoring 16 first quarter points and rolling to a 25-12 half- time lead. The Eagles came out even stronger after the break and scored a whopping 26 third quarter points to extend their lead to 51-18 going into the fourth quarter. The entire second half the Eagles defense held the Cardinals to seven points. The offense just ran down the clock in the fourth as the players simply passed the ball around scoring only seven points in the quarter and win- ning the game 58-19. The leading scorers for the Eagles . were Sara Gambetta and Morgan Carlson with 15 points apiece, Whit- ney Edens, nine, Marycruz Lopez and Madison Stewart with six, Tay- lor Spaulding five, and Brittany Vandagriff with two. The Friday game was featured as the game of the week in the Press Democrat as they sent not only a photographer but a reporter as well as everyone was expecting a close fought battle between the two teams. The Eagles shut down all those theories right away as they came out and scored 20 points in the first quarter and 16 more in the 2nd to go into the half with a commanding 36- 16 lead. The lady Eagles never looked back as they beat the visit- ing Saints 57-30 in front of a large Cloverdale crowd. The leading scorers were Whit- ney Edens with a season high and game high 23 points (the entire Saints team only scored 30 points on the night), 11 points from Sara Gam- betta, Brittany Vandagriff 10, Mor- gan Carlson and Sierra Hage with four, Madison Stewart three, and Taylor Spaulding rounding out the scoring with two points. Vandagriff continued to help her teammates as she had 10 assists on the week and Gambetta had an impressive seven steals during the two game stretch. The Lady Eagles will host Upper Lake on Friday Jan. 28 and will hit the road on Feb. 1 for the big show- down against the St. Vincent Mus- tangs. Come on out and support not only your Lady Eagles but also the Eagle mascot halftime show and your Eagle Pride Boosters Club snack shack. JV girls have winning r start to NCL I South season The Cloverdale Eagles junior var- sity girls' basketball team had a winning start last week for the North Central League I South sea- son. The girls played Clear Lake on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at Lakeport. "We came out a little slow. Clear Lake was aggressive, but our girls did a good job on defense in the second quarter which led to a lot of easy lay-ups," explained coach Mark Spaulding. At the half the Eagles were lead- ing 15-23; then in the third quarter, Clear Lake made a run and took the lead 32-27, at the end of the third quarter. In the fourth quarter the Eagles shut them down on defense and kept the pressure up. "We kept pushing the ball and with under a minute left, we took the lead. After that, we controlled the ball and end- ed up winning 39-41. Morgan Robinson had 15 points, Danielle Hall, seven; Amanda Law- son, six; Amy Mora, four; Brooke Robinson and Riley Marincic each had three points. In a home game with St. Helena on Friday, the Eagles took their Clear Lake momentum and carried over to the game against the Saints. "I thought it was going to be a little closer than it was," the coach said. "We shut them down from the very beginning. We scored 20 points in the first quarter and never really looked back," Spaulding said. The final score was 49-24. Leading scorers were Danielle Hall, with 17 points; Amy Mora, nine; Morgan Robinson, eight; Ri- ley Marincic and Hannah Pope, four; Lindsay Harjak, three; Jaclyn Richardson, one. The junior Eagles will play Upper Lake at home on Jan. 28. #30 Freshman guard Hannah Pope goes up and over a defender for a lay- up in a recent home game against Middletown. i #12 Sophomore guard Brooke Robinson goes up high and blocks a Middletown player's shot during a junior varsity contest. January Special J Check Engine Light On? I J We will check it for FREE/ I == (Bring in~r~cuN;ire~IT;~31~ ' 2011)-- == ..... .... :J :i] Warranty Repairs Brakes I Factory Maintenance Intervals 30/60/90 miles I I A/C Svc. & Repair Gen. Mechanical Diagnosis & Repair I Steering and Suspension I I 894-9267 , I Open Sat. 8am to 4pm I | Mon-Fri. 8am - 4:30pm | I I I 60-B Commerce Ln. (Reuser Business Park) I Take K Cloverdale Blvd. exit over the overpass to Asti Rd. make a left on Asti Rd. Make a right on Santana Ln. and a right on Commerce Ln. #11 Freshman forward Josh Holden drives through two Lower Lake defenders 4th grade St. Peter's CYO player Heather Sterling hands the ball off to fellow to break the press during a junior varsity contest, teammate Sydney Hage during a recent game.