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les still first desp Lyons defeat of the season in loss to the Clear Lake !loss tied Cloverdale for first place in North Central League I standings; but Clear Lake's loss to Kelseyville on Fri- day night put the Eagles on top again. The Eagles also defeated Wil- High Honor Roll High School Honor Roll First Semester, GPA 3.50-4.0 Seniors Bartice, Ben Black, Bowen, Becky Buergler, Zita Konik, Karen Daniel Lozano, Jetted Pack, Gianina Pel- Pillay, Pierrette Ann Saiko, Mindi Jason Smith, Sequoia Heidi Yanglin. Juniors Camilli, Erica Clark, Cox, Juana Gonzalez, Morrelli, Luz Orozco, Plumley, Jerry Rey- , Joseph Simao, Veronica Sophomores Beeson, Cynthia Besio, Kerri Collingwood,  Connolly, Andrea C;ats, Jordan Jackson, Kris- Helen McKean, Tama- Krista Warren. Freshman Biery, Susana Carril- Hampton, Ethan Renee Maas, Alanna Byron Robertson, Lissa ', Laurel White, Stephanie Honor Roll Rrst Semester GPA 3-3.49 Seniors Brown, Rita Contr- 'Chris Green, Robin Gur- ries, Jaimy Hargus, Joseph Hua- ng, Jaimy Hargus, Jeremiah Kaisi, Andriy Leshyshyn, Trin- nette McDonald, Caitlin Morri- son, Tot Nguyen Bui, Rosio Perez, Edith Sanchez, Jennifer Tegnell, Satomi Watanabe. Juniors Matthew Bell, Jennifer Caval- lo, William Clark, Heidi Coovert, Nicole Duarte, Matt Gunter, Marcela Hernandez, Miriam Hernandez, Chris Lands Brett Lile, Aurora Lopez, Cord Meier, Jeff Randolph, James Robotta- ro, Callie Reese, Kerry Rose, Amy Showers, David Smith. Sophomores Michael Allred, Nicholas An- geli, Kara Bogner, Andrew De- caminada, Matt Ostermann, Kathleen Stegall, Zachary Sut- ton, Joshua Tures, Amber Un- ciano, Adam Waring, Christina Wedge. Freshmen Christian Adcock, Crystal Bel- monte, Danielle Bird, Christo- pher Bowen, Rosemarie Calzontzi, Ryan Demolski, Michael Doolan, Sulema Gonza- lez, Teresa Gonzalez, Amalia Greene, Shelly Gunter. Cassie Jelton, Caitlin Jensen, Scan Lands, Tina Lincoln, Wade Meier, Capri Miller, Carlos Orozco, Krystal Pack, Jordan Pasquini, Robert Prieskorn. Michael Ramazzotti, Barbara Schwan, Justin Sessions, Julie Stordahl, Kimberly Whitfield. Lncal Intevnet Rccess 21'00 T000AE00 BED ON 20 PLAYERS $20 BUY-00 FRIDAYS 7PM 101 to Hwy 175 in Hopland, 3 Minutes East on Hwy 175. 707/744-1395 HOPLAND )-KA-WAH CASINO ARE YOU INTERESTED IN: Saving Thousands of Dollars on Probate Fees? Protecting Your Home, Farm, Ranch, or Business from Estate Taxes? ProtectingYour Life Savings from Medical Government Liens? Get the answers to these and other critical questions at Our monthly one hour free financial seminars. Presented by Cloverdale's Estate Planning Professionals: TIMOTHY J. WARD JOHN M. YEPIZ, CFP Lawyer Associated Planners Investment Advisory, Inc. INS LIC 0667382 NEXT SEMINAR: March 27, 1997 at 7:30 pro. Stc 5. Call 894-9085 for more information. Scaring is Limited. 10% Discount for First Time Customers Senior Citizen Discounts 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE can make sure you miss your job than you miss your paycheck. Social Security has certainly seen better times. And who knows what the future might bring. I can show you how to plan for a secure  financial future with or without Social Security. Call or stop by today for the details. Ted Etheredge 101 PlazaSt., Hcaldsburg. (707)433-7827 EdwardJonei February 19, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 I ite loss lits at a home game Friday, 74- 57. Coach John Gastineau puts the Clear Lake loss down to poor shooting. "We were 16 for 51 in shooting and only made nine out of 21 free throws. Shooting poor- ly cost us that game, as well as not playing very good defense." David Bowen had 12 points; Brett Lile, one; Ryan Warren, nine; Justin Jackson, eight; and TJ Bird, 13. The Eagles defeated Willits 74- 57 in a home game on Friday night. Jason Smith had two points; David Bowen, seven; Hector Galvan, two; Logan Crump, two; Ryan Warren, 23; Justin Jackson, 15; TJ Bird, 19 and David Smith, four. 'lhat was a good game for us. We opened up a 26 to eight lead in the first quarter and it never really was close after that," the coach said. At Lakeport Clear Lake- 17 15 11 17-60 Cloverdale - 11 13 11 8 - 43 At Cloverdale Willits - 8 16 14 19 - 57 Cloverdale - 26 17 22 9 - 74 The Eagles have two more league games: Lower Lake on Feb. 18 at home and Kelseyville, Feb. 21 at Kelseyville. Play-offs are slated for Feb. 25-29. Junior Varsity Play The junior varsity Eagles lost to Clear Lake 48-58 and defeat- ed Willits 50-35. Dustin Haug had five points in the Lakeport game; Carlos Crippes, three; Sean Montane, six; Chano Diaz, six; Matt Brown, 11; Brenden Hampton, 14 and Eric Lopez, two. Washington School Students of the Week Dec. 4 11, 1996 Washington School Students of the Week are selected by thelr homeroom teachers for thelr cIUzenshlp and effort. Students of the Week for the 6th through 8th grades were Jennifer Polston, Sarah Metzger, Genoveva Ramlrez, Maximo Orozco. Students of the week for the 4th and 5th grades were Diana Chantry, Chris Mills, Natalie Pesce. oolrJrBoT 131'LrJSg.BIT Fnone # lO TOIJ,  B78-8100 netda in I Pearl Harbor names available Local disabled veteran, Christopher Welsh has come up with some information that he is offering to interested individuals. Through the help of a local computer buff, Chris was able to get a comprehensive list of the names of all civilians and military personnel killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 4, 1941. This list contains 2501 names of those who lost their lives on that fateful day. Chris is interested in geneological research and also has devel- oped an extensive military library. He believes that the list of Pearl Harbor casualties will be useful to people who think they may have lost a relative at Pearl Harbor, but don't know how to go about finding out this information. The list is available at theReveille office, 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd. and at the local Library. Chis will also be distributing it to the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. The source of the information is the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, USS Arizona Memorial. (Honolulu, HI 96818). NEW BUSINESS1 Coun Pl,00mbing PIIIWSBIOlUJL BRVIL Remodel & Repair Gas & Sewer Lines Drains Tile Installation & Repair Faucet Specialist f Cardinals fall to Eagle girls By Roberta Lyons The Cloverdale Eagles girls' varsity basketball team defeat- ed the Clear Lake Cardinals on Tuesday, Feb. 11, claiming sec- ond place in North Central League I standings. The Cardinals, previously un- defeated, remain in first place with just one league loss to Clo- verdale's two. The Eagles defeated Clear Lake a close 39-38. Clear Lake hit a three-pointer with one sec- ond left in the game. "It was a big win for us," said coach Rick Ber- ry. At Cloverdale Clear Lake - 10 3 11 14 - 38 Cloverdale - 11 5 8 15 - 39 The Eagles also defeated Wil- lits on Thursday Feb. 13, 53-39. Pierrette Robertson had 13 rebounds in that game and 14 points. Krista Warren had 28 points and 23 rebounds. According to coach Berry, de- fensive play was the key to the Willits win. The girls have two more league games: Feb. 18, with Lower Lake at Lower Lake and Feb. 20, a home game with Kelseyville. Members sought for Little League Board Some positions on the Little League Board of Directors still need to be filled, including Aux- iliary Chairman (Snack Shack) and Big League Rep as well as the non-board positions of Pur- chasing Agent and Statistician. Board meetings are the first Sunday of every month, 7:30 pm at Daly Field. "If you love base- ball and love to help out please consider volunteering a few mo- ments of your time," a league representative stated. ne board's newest member, elected into office at the Board meeting of Feb. 4, is Fred Dick- enson, Treasurer. Other board members include: President Dick Butler;Vice Pres- ident/Equipment Mgr. Richard Hurst; Secretary Karen Stortro- en; Treasurer Fred Dickenson; Player Agent Lorianne Johnson; Umpire-In-Chief Gary Green; Senior League Rep Roy Cerveny; Major League Rep Ken Selberg; Minor League Rep Jack Eison; Farm League ROp Dave Galvez; T-Ball Rep Tim Mack; Public Relations Linda Stark; Grounds Keeper Paul Stark. m q0000:cner Inn Invites you to our Family Night, Wednesday, February 19th Chicken N' Dumplings, Seasonal Vegetables, Salad, Soup Du Jour Braised Short Ribs, Buttered Noodles, Seasonal Vegetables, Salad, Soup Du Jour for just $9.95 per person +T,. StrawberryRaspberry Jello W/Whipped ream THOMAS BRUNELLE 894-2482 Pager 325-7422 Stephanie Showers Insurance Agency We are now offering Homeowner's Insurance! Stcphanic is located at the mini-storage complex. 555-1 S. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale Pager: (707)264-7455 - Phone (707)894-3315 qfte qTCatcer Inn 13401 S. 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