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Page 6 -- WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 2010 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA "8 Brakes ~P~;~N & Dpmc~f~e Tune-Ups .All Work Timing Belts CV Joints Gllaralllt~l][ Oil Change & Lube Fuel Injection Service A.C. Repairs & Conversions 0 ASE Master Tech 894-3614 101 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Facials & Massage Therapy Certified Massage Therapist & Licensed Esthetician ~. CranioSacral & Therapeutic Massage Organic Skincare Products Personalized Facials for all Skin Types YRADITIONAL HEALING ART' Lucia Longo 707-596-0777 103 Commercial St. FadJ/ty l.icense #496803743 Accepting Residents March 1,2010 Licensed for Dementia and Hospice Care Kristi Shehan (Owner~Administrator) 214 W. Third Street, Cloverdale, CA 95425 Phone: (925) 918-1262 Email: thevillasJlc@aol.com www.theviJlasatcloverdale.com Michael Nixon Financial Planning Education Planning Insurance Planning Investment Planning ,~::::::: ======================== m 140 B S. 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The shot, not un- like a lot of Rowland buckets, gave the Eagles a 13-6 advantage at the 2:51 mark of the period and they proceeded to reel off 11 more points en route to a 24-11 first quarter lead. Casey Berry continued his torrid shooting streak, hitting six of his first seven shots and accounting for 10 of the Eagles first period points. Berry, over the course of two games, has connected on 76% of his shots and averaged 18 points a game. The Eagle offense cooled in the second period, scoring only 16 points but the defense tightened al- lowing the Saints only three buck- ets and six points for a 40-17 half- time lead. Refocused in their efforts and with the weight of a scoring title chase behind them, the Eagles dropped 31 points in the third peri- od to establish a 41-point advan- tage at 71-30. Jerod Domenichelli showed the balance of Cloverdale's attack, scoring 15 of his 19 points during the eight minute stretch while Rowland added 12 of his game high 26 points. Beau Gastineau shared game high assists honors with Rowland at seven apiece as the Eagles cruised to a 78- 42 victory. The triumph upped Cloverdale's league mark to 6-0 with two games remaining and assured them of at least a share of the conference title for the sixth straight season. The Eagles can win the NCL I South championship outright with a vic- tory Friday night against Upper Lake, one of two home games re- maining in the regular season. Robby Rowland in Friday night's game with St. Helena. Both photos Connie Giuliano The Cloverdale Junior Varsity Basketball team is having a great season. In back from left: Junior Campos, Issac Kreger, Brett Robinson, Khol Hook, Blake Jamieson, and John Mariani. In front from left: Tim Karis, Jason Hibblen, Andrew Griffltts, and Andre Delagnes. North Central League I South Standings 1. Cloverdale 6-0 22-2 2. St. Vincent 4-2 14-9 3. Clear Lake 3-3 t0-14 ..... .4. St. Helena 1-4 11-12 5. Upper Lake 0-5 5-18 North Coast Section Division 4 High School Basketball Rankings List Rank Team League OverallW-L 1. Salesian Bay Shore20-1 2. St. Mary's Bay Shore16=7 3. St. Patrick's~St. VincentBay Shore20-3 4. Arcata HDN B-5 19-4 5. Cardinal Newman North Bay 19-4 6. Cloverdale NCL I South 22-2 7. McKinleyville HDN B-5 14-5 8. Healdsburg Sonoma County16-8 9. Marin Catholic Marin County11-13 10 Lick-Wilmerding BCL West13-8 Vs. Clear Lake @ Clear Lake 1~t 2"d 3rd 4th Final Cloverdale 34 28 20 13 95 Clear Lake 24 20 14 8 66 Vs. St. Helena @ Cloverdale 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Cloverdale 24 16 31 7 78 St. Helena 11 6 13 12 42 Cloverdale Eaglesvarsity player, Michaela Lawson is the only senior on the team. She was honored at the last home game of the season on Feb. 2. Junior Varsity girls The Cloverdale Eagles Junior Varsity girls' basketball team is un- defeated in North Central League I South. Last week the Eagles defeat- ed Clear Lake 49-28 in a home game. The junior girls were down at halftime, 18-22, but came out with a lot of intensity in the third quarter, according to coach Mark Spauld- ing. "We started playing really good defense," he noted. Alyssa Munson ended up hitting six three-pointers and had a total of 23 points for the game. Nohely Gonzalez had 12 points, Morgan Robinson, 11; and Brooke Robin- son,, two. Friday night, Feb. 5, the Eagles went to St. Helena. "I knew it was going to be a tough game. We had lots of sick girls, but they fought through it and played their hearts out," said coach Spaulding. At halftime the score was 19 - 15, Cloverdale. "Coming down the fourth quar- ter, both teams were close," the coach said; but the Eagles prevailed with a final score of 27 - 23. "It was a good team effort for everyone." The Eagles are 24 - 0; undefeated in league and undefeated over-all. They play Upper Lake this Friday away, starting at 6 p.m. and the last game of the season is Tuesday, Feb. 16 with St. Vincent in Petaluma starting at 5:30 p.m. The Bio-Uhimate Age Defying Facial Skin Firming - Reduces Appearance of Fine Lines & Wrinkles Improved Circulation Complete Product Penetration Hydrating & Revitalizing Encourages Smoother, Softer Skin. No Other Esthetic Service Comes Close to the Proven Results! For Appointment Call Rosa Hillman at R Salon 707-495-1822 or 894-2671 Cloverdale girls' basketball team is undefeated in NCL I South The Cloverdale Eagles girls' bas- ketball team remains undefeated in North Central League I South com- petition after 'two wins last week, including the last home game of the season on Tuesday, Feb. 2 against Clear Lake. The final score was 70-22 with Cloverdale outscoring Lakeport in Sonoma County Alliance Competitive Soccer qr-ou in Windsor Saturday, Feb. 6 08 - 010 - 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. Ull - U12 ~ 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. U13 - U14 - 1 p.m.- 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8 U8 - UIO ~ 6 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. U11-U14 ~ 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28 08 - UIO ~ 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. Ull - U12 ~ 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. U13 - U14 ~ 1 p.m.- 3 p.m. almost every quarter: 32 to 6; 21 to six; 13 to 0; and four to 10. Leading scorer was Whitney Edens with 20 points; Laura Fur- long had 19; Marycruz Lopez, eight; Gabby Delagnes, nine; Sara Gambetta and Taylor Spaulding, six; and Morgan Carlson, two. Sara Gambetta and Marycruz Lo- pez were leading rebounders, lead- ing in assists was Madison Stewart with three; leading in steals were Whitney Edens with eight and Laura Furlong with five. Tuesday was senior night honoring the team's only senior, Michaela Law- son. Next the Eagles played St. Hele- na away on Friday, Feb. 5 and won 55-37. Leading scorer was Whitney Edens with 20; Laura Furlong had 14; Sara Gambetta, eight; Michaela Lawson, four; Morgan Carlson, three; and Marycruz Lopez, Taylor Spaulding, Madison Stewart each having two. In rebounds, Whitney Edens had six; Laura Furlong, five and Mary- cruz Lopez, five. Edens also had five assists; Michaela Lawson and Sara Gam- betta each had three assists and Edens had five steals, Marycruz Lo- pez, four; Laura Furlong, three and Michaela Lawson, two. The Eagles are 6-0 in league and 22-2 overall. The team is seeded as No. six in Division Four right now. This week the Eagles play Upper Lake on Friday, Feb. 12 away and next week the last regular game of the NCL I season is on Tuesday, Feb. 16 in Petaluma against St. Vin- cent. The try-outs are for SCA-North Class I Competitive Soccer. They will be held at Windsor High School's Kirkpatrick Stadium. For more information about competitive soccer in Windsor, please go to www.windsorunitedsoccerclub.com or www.scasoccer.com