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Page 6 -- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2,2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Varsity Eagle boys win three out offour d a elicit !1 rned re- 8 and 1 up the and sev- Robinson doled out and had three steals as Cloverdale's three wins in four games moves their overall mark to 12-6, and with one game remaining against league leading St. Vincent in the first half of conference play, play on Tuesday, Jan. 18 playing basket in the final period to keep 39 advantage. Beau Gastineau aided the Eagles could recapture first Back row left: Sergio Morales, Jose Sanchez, and Sergio Cardenas. 4th row: Victor Haro, Arley Trevizo, Jose Gonzales, and Oscar Ochoa. 3rd row: Brett Southard, and Andres Carbajal. 2nd row Yari Sanchez, Katie Mora, Morgan Robinson, Kimberly Mitchell, Morgan Carlson, and Taylor Spaulding. Front row: Sami Acevedo, Marycruz Lopez, Madison Stewart, Gabi Delagnes, Sara Gambetta, and Brenda Suarez. 2010-11 NCL I South All-League Boys Soccer: Sergio Morales, junior -MVP; Jose Sanchez, junior; Sergio Cardenas, senior; Jose Gonzales, senior; Oscar Ochoa, junior; and Jesus Cardenas, senior. Girls Soccer: Sami Acevedo, junior; Marycruz Lopez, senior; Madison Stewart, sophomore; Gabi Delagnes, senior; Sara Gambetta, senior; and Brenda Suarez, senior. Football: Victor Haro, senior; Arley Trevizo, senior; Brett Southard, senior; and Andres Carbajal, senior. Volleyball: Katie Mora, junior; Morgan Robinson, sophomore; Kimber- ly Mitchell, sophomre; Morgan Carlson, sophomore and Taylor Spaulding, junior. Cross Country: Yari Sanchez, sophomore. host to the Clear Lake Cardinals. The six time defending champions started strong posting a 22-14 first quarter advantage over the visiting Cardinals. A slow second period put the Eagles at a two point disad- vantage, 29-27, after one half of bas- ketball but a renewed offensive effort in the third period regained the lead for Cloverdale. Entering the final period with a 48-40 lead, the Eagles rode the momentum to forge a 16 point advantage before Clear Lake rallied in the final min- utes to cut the margin to four points. Beau Gastineau hit five of the last seven points for Cloverdale to put the game away and give the Eagles their first league win. Brett Robin- son led a balanced Cloverdale scor- ing attack with 14 points. He was followed by Blake Jamieson (13 points), Gastineau (11 points) Isiah Warren (9 points) and Seth Lampert (9 points). Robinson and Gastineau combined for 12 assists while Lampert, Gastineau and Jamieson accounted for 21 of the Eagles' 28 rebounds. Friday, Jan. 21, Cloverdale trav- elled to St. Helena to take on the the Saints in sight but too little time and eight St. Helena free throws sealed the victory for the home team. The loss dropped Cloverdale to 1-1 in league, a game behind both St. Vincent and St. Helena. Lampert led all scorers with 23 points and Beau Gastineau added nine points. Gastineau also had seven assists and nine steals on the night. Mendocino and Cloverdale squared off Tuesday, Jan. 27, filling the void of a league bye for both teams. The non-league affair was never in doubt as Cloverdale marched to a 17-6 first period lead and never looked back. Getting con- tributions from the entire squad, the Eagles held the Cardinals of Men- docino to 14 first half points and led by 14 at the half. After three quar- ters of play Cloverdale widened the gap to 44-18 and cruised to a 54-35 victory. Brett Robinson again led the Eagles in scoring with 15 points while Beau Gastineau added 11 points and Isiah Warren chipped in 10. Gastineau dished out four assists for the game and had seven steals as Eddie Miltimore snatched a team high seven boards. his counterpart with 18 points, all coming in the first and third period as well. On a night that saw every one on the team score, Cloverdale put up 82 points against Upper place with a win on Tuesday night. For updated information and game times, check out the Clover- dale High School athletic website at cloverdaleathletics.org. Sierra Hage CHS Athlete of the Week #14 Sophomore foi;ward Isaac Kreger just eludes a Willits defender to leap high around the basket for a two point lay-in in an earlier January game against the Wolverines. Junior varsity boys results The Cloverdale Junior Varsity basketball team defeated Mendoci- no 53 to 35, in a home game on Jan. 27. High scorers were Josh Holden with 12, Andre Delagnes, one; Shane LaPant, nine. On Jan. 28, the Eagles played Up- per Lake in a North Central League I South game, defeating the Cou- gars 67 to 35. High scorers were An- dre Delagnes, 14; jason Hiblin, 10; and Isaac Kreger, nine. This week the Eagles play St. Vin- cent on Tuesday and Clear Lake on Friday in Lakeport. Cloverdale High School needs you Cloverdale High School (CHS) is looking for community members who are interested in helping to get the Parent Teacher Student Associa- tion) (PTSA) up and running again. The first meeting will be held Feb. 3, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. in the CHS Li- brary. The group needs to have 15 members and elect officers, or will lose desperately needed money cur- rently held in the PTSA account. At- tendance at future meetings is optional, but welcomed. Dianna MacDonald, California State PTA Leadership Commission- er will be attending this meeting Feb. 3, to answer any questions and to discuss any training that may be involved. "Please, if you are interested we would love to have you join us," a spokesperson said. Should you have any questions feel free to call 707- 894-1900. February Special I FREE Tire Rotation (up to 6 lugs) I : with Oil Change : ! ! Warranty Repairs Brakes I Maintenance Intervals 30/60/90 miles Factory I I AJC Svc. & Repair Gen. Mechanical Diagnosis & Repair I Steering and Suspension I ,QQo  i 894 9267 I t Open Sat. 8am to 4pm i I Mon-Fri. 8am - 4:30pm I I I I 60-B Commerce In.(Reuser Business Park) I Varsity boys basketball statistics vs. Clear Lake @ Cloverdale 1  2 "d 3 rj 4 th Final Cloverdale 22 5 21 13 61 Clear Lake 14 15 11 17 57 Scorers: Robinson 6-10 1-2 14, Warren 4-7 0-0 9, Green 1-2 1-2 3, Gastineau 3-12 5-7 11, Jamieson 6-10 0-0 12, Lampert 4-14 0-2 9, Butts 1-1 0-0 2 Three point goals: Cloverdale; 3-17 (Robinson 1-1, Warren 1-4, Lampert 1-7) Rebounds: Cloverdale - 29 (Robinson 1, Warren 2, Green 2, Gastineau 7, Jamieson 6, Lampert 8, Butts 1, Carlson 2) Assists: Cloverdale - 18 (Robinson 7, Warren 2, Gastineau 5, Jamieson 1, Lampert 3 Steals: Cloverdale - 9 (Warren 1, Gastineau 6, Carlson 2) vs. St. Helena @ St. Helena 1  2 ''' 3 rd 4 "' Final Cloverdale 9 I0 12 15 46 St. Helena 13 16 17 17 63 Scorer Robinson 1-7 0-0 4, Warren Z- 0-0 4, Gastineau 4-14 1-4 9, Jamieson 1-6 0-0 z, Lampert 9-18 1-2 23, Carlson 3-10 0-0 6 Three point goals: Cloverdale; 4-24 (Lampert 4-10) Rebounds: Cloverdale - 28 (Robinson 4, Warren 4, Green 1, Gastineau 4, Jamieson 6, Miltimore 1, Lampert 7, Butts 1) Assists: Cloverdale - 11 (Robinson 3, Gastineau 7, Jamieson 1) Steals: Cloverdale - 14 (Gastineau 9, Jamieson 1, Lampert 3, Butts 1) vs. Mendocino @ Cloverdale 1 " 2 n 3 ' 4 " Final Cloverdale 17 11 16 10 54 Mendocino 6 8 4 17 35 Scorers: Robinson 3-5 9-9 15, Warren 4-6 0-0 10, Green 1-2 0-0 2, Gastineau 4-11 3-4 11, Jamieson 1-5 0-0 2, Miltimore 1-1 1-2 3, Lampert 3-7 0-0 7, Butts 1-3 0-2 2, Carlson 1-5 0-0 2 Three point goals: Cloverdale; 3-14 (Warren 2-4, Lampert 1-3) Rebounds: Cloverdale - 34 (Robinson 8, Warren 3, Green 2, Gastineau 2, Jamieson 4, Miltimore 6, Lampert 3, Butts 5, Carlson 1) Assists: Cloverdale - 12 (Robinson 3, Warren 1, Green 1, Gastineau 4, Miltimore 1, Lampert 1, Carlson 1) Steals: Cloverdale - 11 (Robinson 3, Green 1, Gastineau 5, Jamieson 2) vs. Upper Lake @ Upper Lake 1 " 2 nt 3 'd 4'" Final Cloverdale 27 13 25 16 82 Upper Lake 11 15 13 8 47 Scorers: Wells 1-2 0-0 2, Robinson 2-8 0-0 4, Warren 3-6 1-1 7, Green 1-2 1- 2 3, Gastineau 8-12 2-3 18, Jamieson 4-4 0-0 8, Lampert 8-14 2-3 20, Butts 1-3 5-8 7, Carlson 4-7 0-0 10 Three point goals: Cloverdale; 4-18 (Lampert 2-5, Carlson 2-3) Rebounds: Cloverdale - 39 (Wells 1, Robinson 2, Warren 4, Green 1, Gastineau 6, Jamieson 4, Miltimore 8, Lampert 6, Butts 6, Carlson 1) Assists: Cloverdale - 19 (Wells 1, Robinson 5, Warren 1, Gastineau 8, Miltimore 1, Lampert 3) Steals: Cloverdale - 13 (Robinson 3, Gastineau 7, Jamieson 2, Lampert 1) Jefferson School Kindergarten registration will begin on Feb. 28 There will be registration for kindergarten pupils for the year 2011-12 at Jefferson Elementary School beginning Feb. 28, 2011, 9 a.m. It is helpful for schools to do their planning for next year with early registration of kinder- garten students. Parents of students are requested to bring the following: 1.Certified copy of Birth Certificate. A child must have been born on or before Dec. 2, 2006. 2. Present Records of Immunizations for the following: POLIO - 4 doses (3 doses meet requirement if at least one was given on or after the 4th birthday). DTP - At least 4 doses (If last dose was given before the 4th birthday, one more dose is required). MEASLES, MUMPS, RUBELLA - 2 doses HEPATITIS B - 3 doses VARIcELLA - 1 dose unless child has had the disease. 3. Shot records must be up to date and recorded in our office before a child can attend school. 4. If receiving the required immunizations is contrary to your belief, the parent must sign a statement to this effect to be on file. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated and it will help get our school records up to date from the beginning. For more information call 894-1930. Senior center Johnny Butts goes up strong against a Willits defender to score two points in a recent home game. This week's Cloverdale High School (CHS) Player Of The Week is Junior forward Sierra Hage. Sierra had one of her best games of the year in a 63-20 victory over the visit- ing Upper Lake Cougars held Fri- day night in the Herb Nunn Memorial Gymnasium. She scored eight points, d..eight rebounds, and played solid Cloverdale Eagle defense. Hage has been one of those players who has shown improve- ment each and every game. She is a strong inside presence, standing at 6'1" tall, Sierra can fight under the basket with the best of them. She has great leaping ability, is a strong rebounder, and has a nice touch on her jump shot. She has been working extra hard on her post up moves and demanding the ball more in and around the key. Sierra is a wonderful person, works very hard on and off the court, and also takes time in her busy schedule to coach a local 4th grade girls CYO basketball team. She has proven to be a role model for the young Cloverdale athletes in both basketball and volleyball. We would like to congratulate this week's CHS Athlete Of The Week, Sierra Hage. Sierra Hage, CHS Player of the Week. Payless Self Storage Forget all other Deals! We will BEAT any PRICE in town by $10 a month: 894-9300 #32 Junior forward Sierra Hage goes up and over a defender for two points in a recent home game. Take S. 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. t " "'