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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, FEB 1,2012 -- Page 7 #33 Luke Bernardi flies through the air for a nice touch shot off the glass as the 8th grade Eagles defeated Healdsburg at home. #/:i !! i !;i i {ii ! C!!!q !ii: #34 Adrian Bernardi gets set to shoot a one and one at the line during an 8th grade junior high game. Junior High Eagles 8th grader Chris Harms goes up strong for a lay-up in a recent win over visiting Healdsburg. #22 seventh grader Patrick Ojeda drives past a defender for a nice lay- up and two points in a game against Healdsburg. 8th grader #41 Travis Kitowski drives past a defender towards the basket in a recent ,tuniorHigh home game against Healdsburg. Eagles 7th grader Jason McMillan i goes up and over a defender for a nice )umper o11 the glass. Please submit your community news The Cloverdale Reveille gladly accepts community news and photographs. Please submit your news items one week prior to the issue in which you want it to appear. Deadline for display and classified advertising is Thursday at noon for the following week's issue. Community news and events articles should be emailed to reveille@cloverdalereveille.com. Please include your name and phone number with the article so we can contact you if there are any questions. We try to publish articles in a timely manner, but upcoming events and fundraisers take precedence over reports on events that have already taken place. Please keep "thank yous" to a minimum with no more then 10 listed names. We encourage display advertising as an appropriate way to thank large numbers of individuals and/or businesses. Letters to the editor need to be signed with address and phone number (not for publication). We do not withhold names. We encourage submittal of all types of community and event news, but space is limited so please use brevity. Photographs are welcomed and can be submitted through e-mail, or color prints. We are unable to cover all community events and urge sponsors of those events to submit photos. Richard Nicholls, DDS Crown & Bridge Root Canal Dentures Bleaching Emergency Appointments CEREC Computer Design for New Crowns 894-3986 1 14 N. Main St, New Patients Welcome .mycloverdaledentist.com i #42 Trighton Warren leaps high above a Healdsburg player to win the opening jump ball in a home game held at CHS. Eagle boys beat Fort Bragg 59-48 The Cloverdale Eagles boys' var- sity team traveled to Fort Bragg on Tuesday, Jan. 21 and downed the Timberwolves 59-48. "We played a really good game all around, "not- ed coach Steve Bernardi, but the sec- ond half was especially good with the Eagles out-scoring the Timber- wolves 42-18. Brett Robinson scored 18 points; Isiah Warren had 10. On Friday the Eagles played st. Helena at home and lost 54-35. Ac- cording to the coach, the Eagles had a poor shooting night. "We just couldn't make a basket," he said, and they also had a taught time re- bounding. "The first have was good, the second half was poor," the coach concluded. #12 Sophomore guard Isiah Warren shoots a three pointer as teammate Shane LaPant gets ready to screen out a defender. Coaches often teach players to keep their eye on the ball .... It doesn't always workwhen your battling for a rebound. St. Peters' #25 Morgan Cribs ended up winning this fight for the ball as Cloverdale defeated the St. Vincent team on the road. CLOYERDALE S00MINI STORAGE (t0 35 INDUSTRIAL DR. (707) 894-3682 OUR RATES ARE LOWER THAN MOST. | 6X6 = $45 12X12 = $95 , 5X10 = $49 10X20 = $125 6X12 = $61 10X26 = $145 10X10 = $82 10X30 = $157 SECOND MONTH FREE ON SELECTED SIZES NO ADMINISTRATIVE FEES NO DEPOSITS, 24 HOUR ACCESS ON SITE MANAGER OFFER SUBJECTTO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE in the Cloverdale Reveille The locally owned journal of news and historical record for the City of Cloverdale. Published weekly for 132 years! Subscribe today: Call 894-3339 or stop by our office at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd. from 9-5, M-F /