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Pae 10 Cloverdale Reveille January 30, 1991 "6" magic number in Eagles' quest for NCL1 title Washington Six games, six wins and six to go Hook, wem a combined 2-for-20 Kelseyville (3-2)madea gar0,e 0f showdown between the Eagles and "Or the for the Cloverdale Eagles, who from the field in the first half and it fn the second half behind a s(3 Timberwoives at Fort Bragg. closedoutthefirsthalfoftheirNorth while Cloverdale didn't exaclty light defense effort. De, trained not Gastineau isn't looking that far Central League I schedule Friday night with a 53-49 victory over the host Kelseyville Indians. The Eagles moved a step closer to winning what would be coach John Gastineua's fast ever league crown with a victory over a solid if not spectacular Kelseyville team. "It was a good opportunity for them to beat us because we didn't play that well," Gastineau said. "Fortunately for us, they didn't play very well either." Kelseyville's top two outside shooters, Jeremy Linnell and Tom it up, tbe Eagles did take a 31-17 lead into the locker room at halftime. Jason Fayter's 3-pointer in the closing seconds of the first half was a psychological blow for the Indians, according to coach Stan Weiper. "We left him (Fayter) wide open and he hit the shot," Weiper said. "We thought if we could go into the half down by eight or nine points, we would be OK. It was a mental error on our part. He shouldn't have been wide open for that shot," Wei- per added. Cheryl scores 14 points in win over Anderson Valley By Brian Sumpter Cheryl Norton tossed in 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds -- both team highs -- Saturday night to lead the Cloverdale Eagles to a 63-32 non-league varsity girls' basketball victory over the Anderson Valley Panthers. The Eagles (9-11) outscored the Panthers 23-4 in the second quarter to open up a comfortable 35-15 halftime lead. "We played good defense, we worked the passing game and we ran our break," Cloverdale coach Candy Parson said of the Eagles' overall performance. Both Norton and Wall played exceptionally well for the Eagles, who snapped a mini two-game losing streak with the victory. Wall con- netted on all eight of her free throws and scored 10 points overall. The Cloverdale senior also had nine rebounds and four steals. Seven different Eagle players scored at least six points. Kerrit Covert had eight while Michelle Yanglin, Jaime Sanders and Tammi Hassett added seven each. Rachel Lofler chipped in with six. Sanders, a sophomore, also helped out with four assists. The Eagles dropped to 2-4 in North Central League I play Friday night at home against the Fast-place Kelseyville Indians, who upped their records to 6-0 and 18-1, respectively, with a 45-32 win over Cloverdale. "We gave it our best shot," Paul- son said. "They (the Indians) are a very good team, no doubt about it. "We played three good quarters against them," Paulson added. The Indians made the most of the Eagles" only bad qumaer, outscoring Cloverdale 14-5 in the third quarter to open up 31-18 lead. "We kind of lost otur composure," Paulson said. "We got a little bit shaken." Both teams scored 14 points in the final period. Yanglin's eight points were high for Cloverdale. toiler scored five and Sanders, I-Iassett and Norton four apiece. "'We played fairly solidly against a very good team," Paulson said. "I was pleased." Cloverdale had a bye Tuesday but will return to action Thursday night in a league game against Clear Lake at Lakeport. Junior varsity ac- tiou starts at 5:30 p.m. At Boonviile Cloverdale 12 23 16 12 -- 63 And. Valleyll 4 8 9--32 Cloverdale -- L0fler 6, Yanglin 7, Covert 8, Sanders 7, Odio'ne 2, Wall 10, Hassett 7, Norton 14. Free throw -- Cloverdale 27x40. At Cloverdale Kelseyville 11 6 14 14 -- 45 Cloverdale 67 5 14--32 Cloverdale -- Lofler 5, Yanglin 8, Covert 2, Sanders 4, Odiorne 2, Wall 3, Hassett 4, Norton 4. Record -- Cloverdale 2-4 league, 9-11 overall. Matt Wall had quite a weekend- contributing to back-to-back Eagle wins By Brian Sumpter Matt Wall, the hero Friday night in a come-from-behind 52-50 league victory over Kelseyville, struck again Saturday with 24 points in a 70-53 non-league win over the host Anderson Valley Panthers. Both Wall and Jason Lish gunned in 24 points. Chad Wlodarczyk fin- ished with 11. Wall, a 6-foot-5 center, scored on a short jump hook shot with 15 sec- onds to play Friday against Kelseyville to break a 50-50 tie. Seconds earlier he tossed in a more conventional hook shot to knot the score at 50. The Eagles trailed by as many as 10 points in the fourth quarter be- fore coming back to even their North Central League I mark at 3-3. Lish's 18 points paced Cloverdale and Wall finished with 14. Josh Fayter had 12. The Eagles return to action Fri- day at home against the Clear lake Cardinals. The game tips off at 6 p.m. let Eagle point guard Mark Dom- enichelli control the pace of the contest as he so often does, the Indi- arts limited the Cloverdale senior to just one point and he eventually fouled out of the game late in the fourth quarter. "We didn't get into our transition game going," Gastineau said. "We had one good sprint in the second quarter when we outscored them 17-6, but that was about iL" Added C-astineau, "I have to give them (the Indians) credit for control- ling the tempo of the game." The Eagles' u'urnp card turned out to be their balanced scoring. Fayter's 15 points, 10 each from Dennis Kur- pinsky and Jason Farris and nine from Josh Rivera were more than enough to cancel out Domenichelli's had night. Fayter had all three of the Eagles' 3-pointers. Reserve Ron Richardson came off the bench to hit both ends of a one-and-one late in the fourth quarter as the Indians were attempt- ing to rally. "He replaced Domenichelli and those were two big free throws," Gastienau said. Depending on the outcome Tues- day's game between Fort Bragg (4- 1) and Clear Lake (2-3) at Lakeport, the Eagles could have as much as a two-game lead in the league stand- ings -- if Fort Bragg loses that game. And Gastineau wouldn't mind hav- ing a two-game cushion as his team embarks on the second half of its league schedule Friday at home against Clear Lake, which has fallen on hard times since these two teams last met - Cloverdale rallied in the second half for a 66-60 victory at Lakeport. If Fort Bragg beats Clear Lake, the league tide could very well come down to a Friday. Feb. 15 ahead, however. "There's still six more games to play and anything could happen. We could go 0-6. You never know." The Eagles improved their over- all record to 17-3 Saturday evening with a routine 73-33 non-league victory over the Anderson Valley Panthers at Boouville. Cloverdale led 26-4 after one quarter and it was 33-4 early in the second period before Anderson Valley scored its fifth and sixth points. "It was a good game for us be- cause we haven't been playing that well of late," Gastineau said. "We played everybody and we played good defense." Nine different Cloverdale players scored points. Kurpinsky led the team with 15, Fayter added 11, Domenichelli had 10, Scott Persons nine and Rivera and Farris eight apiece. Fayter connected on three 3-point- ers. Cloverdale is the No. I-ranked small school varsity boys' basketball team in the Redwood Empire and the Eagles (as of late week) were ranked seventh among Division V teams in the state. Four of the Eagles' remaining six league games are at home. At Kelseyville Cloverdale 14 17 8 14 -- 53 Kelseyville 11 6 13 19--49 Cloverdale -- Domenihelli 1, Richardson 2, Persons 6, Rivera 9, Fayter 15, Kurpinsky 10, Farris 10. 3-pointers -- Fayter 3. At Boonviile Cloverdale 26 17 17 13 -- 73 And. Valley 4 7 20 2 -- 33 Cloverdale - Richardson 4, Per- sons 9, Domenichelli 10, Rivera 8, Fayter 11, Reynolds 6, Kurpinaky 15, Farris 8, Daley 2. 3-pointers -- Fayter 3, Kurpinsky JV Ladies roll to easy 32-14 victory over Panthers By Brian Sumpter Behind eight points each from Nicole Baptiste and Tonya Fletcher, the Cloverdale High School junior varsity girls' basketball team rolled to a 32-14 non-league victory over the Andenon Valley Panthers here Saturday. "Good balanced scoring," Cio- verdale coach Jim Crump said of the Eagles' second win in as many days. They defeated Kelseyville, 28-19, in a North Central League I game Fri- day at Cloverdale. "Two wins in two nights, espe- cially right after finals, makes us real happy," Crump said. "I think Tonya played a real good game," Cnmap added. Other leading scorers for the Eagles were Clara Vipond with six points and Jennifer Norton with five. The Eagles played solid defense against the Bearcats, marking the second straight night they had held an opponent to under 20 points. Cloverdale allowed only nine points over the final three quarters Friday against Kelseyville. The Eagles trailed 14-12 at halftin but they went on to outscore the Indians 16-5 in the second half. "We played real good defense," Crump said. Vipond (12 points) and Baptism (eight) helped pick up the slack for Fletcher, who was in foul trouble most of the game. She finished with just two points. "Vipond has played real well for us," Crump said. "She had a good shooting night from the outside. When she's on, she has a good 15-to 19-foot jump shot." Norton added four points in the win. The IV Eagles were idle Tuesday but they return to action Thursday against Clear Lake in Lakeport. The game tips off at 5:30 p.m. Washington School has an- nounced the names of its Students of the Week for Jan. 22-25, 1991. Elementary School John Gates - Last week John helped a lot of students, plus he volunteered to be a ball manager. Looking good, John! Chano Diaz - Chano is a delight to have as a part of room #1. He is always well behaved and always tries hard. Chano says that he truly enjoys going to school. April Anderson April is a good friend to everyone in her class. She cares about others. April is a good student who works quiedy during class. Mike Castrillo - Mike has a good class attitude. He is always cheerful and well behaved. He is a real asset to the class. Susan Jewett - Susan is a consci- entious student who can be counted onto do what is expected of her and more. She is always kind and thoughtful to others. Eric Lopez - Eric is an outstand- ing citizen and is very helpful in the classroom. He is a good student and works hard. He always makes a free effort and his teacher says she enjoys having him in class. Tawnya Loughry - Tawnya is a self starter. She has organized a dramatic play and an after school club. She is full of life and wants to include everyone. She thinks for herself and sticks up for her beliefs. Midalc,Sc Pierrette Robertson Tierney - Pierrette excels in academic work, has a good sense of humor and always make the class activities fun. She has really helped in bringing in Apple receipts. Jesse Crider - Jesse has improved greatly during the second thisquaner. He has into his work. Jesse is helpful. He is always ready t a helping hand to other and his teachers. Sarah Graddy - Sarah tremely reliable. She challenges with a good gets along well with both and adults. Emily Tryer - Emily has 1 very hard all year. This took extra time on her map to really make it look has also worked hard in he' to keep everyone on task. encourages and helps class in a friendly way. Darren Hernandez always has a smile or a look for everyone. He ill and has made up his promptly. Darren is fun around because of his for life. Bobby O. Jones - Bobby tenfly the which make for diligence, a positive willingness to learn eratively with others. his assignments with careful tion to nearness and and is not afraid to ask when in need of assistance. loves learning and is a have in class. Boys P.E. - Scott Scott is always on time, rections, is friendly He is respected by participates vigorously. Girls P.E.. Stephanie Stephanie comes to day with a smile and a energy. Her enthusiasm to have in class. Laura, Kerri and Helen named Citizens of the Rm. #4, Mrs. Hines' 4th grade, became the #1 Room in Cafeteria Competiion this week by earning the most stars when they were picked as the quietest, most polite table during lunchtime. Their Citi- zens of the Week are Laura Buergler, Kerri Collingwood and Helen McKean. Congratulations and thank you, Mrs. Hines and Rm. 4 for a job well done! Positive Yard Duty Behavior Award Recipients are: 4th grade - Jennifer Woods, Jenna Connolly, Nichole Farrier, Ben Smith, Sara Pattie, 5th grade - Aubrey McKay, Mariah Miller, Brady Cox, Andy Berry and Brendan Lantz. Intramural Sports - The 5th grade Volleyball Tournament is in the Championship bracket with Rm. 5, Mrs. Hoots' class, and Rm. 2A, Mr. Ca'egg's class, serving for the game point. Rm. 4, Mrs. Simoneau's class. and Rm. 4, Mrs. Hines' class, will be the fur,st to score in the 4th grade Volleyball Tournament when it be- gins following the 5th grade New "20 Bump Club" who have been their Volleyball skills Crider are Chris Lands Brady Cox (over 50 - Ryan Warren and Middle School students have signed up fr Gra 4 teams formed. Team Coach Betty Liang, and Captain-Coach Jamie now in their second Team I winning the f'ust out of 5 series. 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