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Wednesday, March 12, 1980- Page ,7 orts If Notes Prep Cage I By CECIL SMITH SCores for the Realtor's Tournament held Ist place, the team 120; 2rid, Whitton-Rege 121;-3rd, 4th, Faust-Lehrmann 123. Tied for 4th, Selzle-Navarro 124. Dillon-Ronald 12,5; Masherini-Baker 127; McCullough- ger 127; Biddwell-Hines 128; 128; Shipman-Book 128; Bush-Vadon 129; 129; Moranda-Larson 132; Koepg-Henderlong 132; Foote-Harris 135; Del Sarto-Pickard 134; Matteoli- there are no figures on the number of dsburg-Bodega Bay tournament l16th over both courses. !March 5th for the Greater Irish Open total 3.5 rreasonable facsimilies thereof. Our one big will let up and give us a fairly decent course last Wednesday and I will for the daily golfers in this area. no one can complain about the By the same token, we are going to have in the boondocks where I play most of will be busy when it does clear up. ells me that the local course was honored by Week of a man named Gene Andrews. He Walker Cup Team and in 1970 won the among other things. Along with gave our course a shot and was par all even under such adverse conditions that On top of that, he is also an amateur the boys, hanging around the Pro shop, a I of his skills. Probably one of the reasons course ! now have the new 1980 Rule smart you will avail yourself of one these trade! Remember, you can't play the the rules and they are to help you, not they just might save you some hard I hear one Pro is still selling the 1979 SUckers there are no changes! Boy, are I admit there are no great big changes existing rules have been clarified, one major rule. lhe crick aways and may I borrow your rule mine? Just kidding of course. I keep one room" where I can really concentrate arises that needs a ruling! Mendocino High School, in the geme and Sharon which earlier this season Greppi picked up four early claimed the North Coast fouls but stayed in the game Section's Class A girls' and finished with eight volleyball championship, points. added the NCS Class A Lori Mills and Allison basketball crown to its 1979-80 Pennell each scored 14 points accomplishments bydowning for Head-Royce in its win the two-time NCS-champion over Ferndale, which was Cloverdale Eagles, 46-36, paced by junior Laurel Saturday night. Walker's 30 points. Third place in the girls' Girls'Championship competition went to Head- Mendocino(27- Royce, a 49-48 winner over o) I I.. !0.. 15.. ;0-46 Ferndale in Saturday's CIoverdaleZ2- earlier game. 3) 12...4.. I0.. 10-36 Mendocino spotted the Mendocino-Hope 6-4-16, Eagles a 6-0 lead, but took the Slenback 2-2-6, Howe 0-2-2, lead at 13-12 early in the Mabry 2-4-8, Medley 2-0-4, second quarter and led the Daniels3-4-10. Totals: 1,5-16- rest of the way. 46. Brandace Hope led the Cloverdale-Smoot I-2-4, Cardinals to the title with 16 Greppi 3-2-8, McMillan 9-0-18, points and Donna Daniels Hallman 0-0-0, Domenichelli added I0. while Cloverdale 2-0-4. Totals: 15-6-36. was paced by Sandy Mc- Millan's 18 points. Third Place The Eagles {22-3), forced to Head Royce 49, Ferndale battle the taller Mendocino 48. HR-Lori Mills 14, Allison quintet on the backboards, Pennell 14. F-Laurel Walker lost Robin Smoot on fouls late :;. Citrus t was held last game were by The "B" up of 179 and the 180 and Were han- three division a 171 game of total of on and ear. Dan f 1820. 172 " four of 226 eight This years baseball season looks challenging This year's Cloverdale High School Varsity Baseball team is anxiously awaiting their opening game of the 1980 season. Right now the weather has been a big factor in delaying the season's start. As of this printing the opening game against Healdsburg was cancelled, but hopefully the remainder of the season has begun. "It's going to be more of a challenge" remarked Coach Jerry Huot, "the players have to come through". it's hard to take", revealed Huot. Huot also said that most of the positions have been filled with experienced varsity personnel. He also revealed that the two biggest questions of the 1980 season will be the depth in the pitching staff, and the catching. Neither of the catchers have any varsity experience. What the team does have along with some experience is a lot of ability and quickness. What coach Huot really Coach Hunt also feels that the rearangement of the league schedule should help Cloverdale. "'When you go from a potential dominating team in this area, to one that's less than dominating,. that we're just going to have to "wait and see". Hopefully Cloverdale will play up to their potential during the upcoming season. *! i " hat do the members of the Cloverdale iligh School Band do for recreation when the,,' have a few moments to spare from their busy schedule of classes, practicing and helping to raise hinds for their trip': Three of them play tennis, their favorite At the ('loverdale Iligh School rally Friday, Bruce Bergman, (;iris Varsity Basketball coach introduced the team who were leaving for the :|rd North Coast Section consecutive cham- pionship at Ukiah. Shown left to right: Sharon (;reppi, Sandy wanled 1o bring out, and what the players want to say,is Eagle Wrestlers held e Bowl holds :itrus Singles tourney no handicap, started with 2,%, 228 and 277 for a 760 series and continued with five more games from 204 to 247 for a scratch total of 1868, a 233 average, good for second place. Parsley whose first three games were 762, tapered off and finished with a 223 average and a 1787 total for third place. Jim Manion using a 183 average, narrowly missed third with a 2,59 high game and 203 average for a 1780 total. Graig Keehn used a three game series of 681, to average 201 for a total of 1772. Bob Mellon rolled all eight games between 188 and 218 to average 203 and total 1746. Congratulations to Ken D Kirk, the 1980 Citrus Singles champion. after the first weekend, held on for third place with a 1773. Paul, a new bowler with a 145 average was bowling in his second tournament ever, and produced a high game of 190 and an average of 173. Other bowlers turning in outstanding efforts in the B division were Ken Kirk with 237 game and a 1756 total; Keehn 230 and 1747; Lynn Menicucci 216 and 1745 and Dan Brown with four 200 games and a 1736 total. The A division had 19 en- tries and the scoring was nothing short of fantastic. Dave Parsley started the tournament with a 300 game, to lock up f'wst in the high game competition. But ParMey, a three time winner of the Citrus Singles, was to be denied today. Ken D Kirk and Spencer Vail hooked up in a duel that wasn't decided until the last few frames of the last game. D Kirk using an average of 189 rolled high games of 259, 266 and 279, to compile a scratch total of 1771, a 221 average, and a handicapped total of 1891, to win first by 23 pins. Spencer Vail, bowling with s Auto RIES Car, and trucks... 24 S0 492 MENDOCINO AVE, SANTA ROSA.CA (707) 523-1771 l llm TONY ROMELLI BAIL BONDS ON LIFE "Serving Cloverdale" 24 HOUR SERVICE 525-9705 tYPes, 6 and 12 volts. and tax 2nd's with 3 tntee. on rebuilt alternators Auto Wrecking Lane 894-2186 team banquet A week ago Wednesday - Cloverdale's wrestling team held it's team banquet at Papa JohnZ restaurant. This season ending affair saw letters presented to the lea||| and trophies to some of its standouts. Lelter winners: Varsity: Henry Tellez, Todd Ridgway. Curtis Hib- beln, Don Sibert, Bryce Calvert. 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