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Page 10 Cloverdale Reveille March 13. 1991 Bowling highlights Congratulations to Carl Bray Services who won the team event of the Women's City Tournament. Teammates are Debbie White, Kelly Smith, Mary Bradshaw and Sharon Ricetti. Coming in second were the Ron-II's - Ronnie Gustafson, Lynne Hen, Deed Campillo and Dot Smith. Third place went to Miller Carpet Cleaning - Connie Kirk, Mary Kirk, LaNor Sibert and Rita Ricetti. Cloverdale Bowl has a 22 point lead over Deanies Weenies and Harris Radiator on Monday Match Point Trio. To scorer was Dean Young 248, 719; Mike Kirk 246, 659; Rob Wakeman 228, 627; Jim Wood 225,591; Ed Gokan 232, 588; and Sharon Ricetti 213,574. High on Tuesday Women's Trio is Triple Threat - 1-1/2 games ahead of Fashion Flair. Rita Ricetti was high with 474, "G" Stryker 473 and Deed Campillo 465. The Grapevine has a 6 game lead over Steve's Team and Harris Radiator on Tuesday Mixed 4's. Eddie Buzzi was top scorer with 256, 617; Ed Gokan 568, Dennis Cole- man 213,554; Jeff Jones 206, 530;, Rita Ricetti 499, Dave Bennett 487 and Denise Turner, a 128 average, 421. Only 1/2 game separates MAC and BAA on Wednesday Seniors. Gus Gustafson was high this week With 224, 525; Peggy Ebert 516, Ceaser Giannecchini 500, Lulue Boehm 453, Effie Mason, a 109 average, 402; Lois "B.B." Bennett, a 115 average, 373; Dick Seltzer, a 101 average, 368; and Maxine Allen, an 81 average, 313. Cloverdale Druids have a 2 game lead over Svensen Timber on Wed- nesday 875. Jeff Garibaldi was high this week with 219, 573; Ken Kirk 570, and Alan Swanson 223,564. Thursday Better Half is topped by New World Mfg., which The Video Store is 4 games behind. Fran Taber was high with 514, Karen Gaisbauer 455, and Cindy Coffman, a 99 average, 366. Cloverdale Bowl has a 4 game lead over The Dante, Playpen Cafe and Louisiana Pacific on Thursday 800.. Top scorers were Den Young 276, 725; Tony Vega 247, 628; Kevin Petrich 210, 584; Ceaser Giannecchini 221, 553; Shawn Pe- ters 218,546; Lyle Peterson 544 and Bill Rege 519. The Wheel Care has a 2 game lead overWebbs on Friday Early League. For the men, Dave Rieetti, Jr., 253,639; Dennis Lish 224, 561; and Bill Zipperlen 204, 554. For the women, Theresa Carvalho 458, Carole Pasquini 497 and Woodie Wilson 470. Bantam Bowlers of the Week were Katie Gunnink 53 & 81, Sarah Graddy 85 & 128 and Zita Konik 106 & 105. Bumper Bowlers of the Week were lan Jones 71 & 72; Stephanie Jones 78 & 85, Sulema Gonzalez 64 & 69, Janessa Johnson 83, Christina Griffith 57, Eric Evans 88 & 85, Stacie Stinson 63 & 82 and Aaron Stinson 82 & 130. 00Eagle hurlers get ready to make another run at league ti Sergeant Chauncey Roach came to the Air Force Band of the Golden Gate after receiving a Bachelor of Music Education Degree from the University of Oklahoma. Sgt. Roach has been assigned to the Air Force Band of the Golden Gate since November, 1986. "The Commanders" will perform in Healdsburg later this month By Brian Sumpter All-League shortstop David Lance, Upper Lake has a new A year after one of the more All-League center fielder Cecil year, Craig Kinser, who l hotly contested North Central Read and hard-hitting third baseman mix of veterans and League I baseball races in recent Joe Quintero, returns a formidable work with this season. memory, the Clovexdale Eagles group of varsity veterans, most best pitcher, Mike are preparing to make another run notably fight fielder/pitcber Dale returns along at the league title and the playoffs, Ingham and his twin brother, f'wst Brandon Davis. But the two areas where they came up just baseman Jason Ingham. Tremen- have so many holes to fill short in 1990. dous hitters and solid fielders, both thing better than a Coach Rick Berry enters his sec- players are hack for third year of place finish would be end season as the Eagles' skipper varsity ball and each has been If the Eagles are to and will be looking to improve on voted to the All-League team two the above teams, namely the team's second-place finish a year consecutive seasons, and Clear Lake, they ago. The Eagles tied Clear Lake Dale Ingham, used primarily in rely heavily on and Fort Bragg for 2nd place in the relief roles his first two seasons, veterans Mark final standings -- all 3 teams were joins All-League starting pitcher Jason Fayter. 8-4 -- but were the only one of the Ed Conrad and returning varsity named to the three not to qualify for the playoffs, hurlers Daniel Goff and Jason as a junior a year Fort Bragg, which went on to win Pickle in aClearLake rotation which was considered one the North Coast Section Class A is unproven for the moot part. middle infielders in the title, edged out Cloverdale for the Kelseyville may have one of the Cloverdale kicked off final at-large spot in the playoffs and better pitchers in the league in left- Monday based on Fort Bragg's success, it bander Kevin Koschik, who joins the Healdsburg would be hard to argue with the Mike Akins in the Indian rotation, lowing at-large committee's choice. Both are back from last year's team Anderson Valley the Two of last year's runner-up which had trouble hitting and field- open league play at teams--FortBraggandClearLake- ing the ball, mainly the former, against the have the look of favorites again this Kelseyville coach Steve Oison Clovefdale remai0s season, with Cloverdale, Kelseyville expects his club to make a tittle mote Fort Bragg Tuesday, and defending league champion contact at the plate this season al- wi.i00 b00md Low= will be improved from a year ago mark. while Upper Lake is young and for Lower Lake's best players are fo the most part inexperienced, pitcher/infielder JJ. John, a junior r senior Hardest hit by graduation are the out for his third year of varsity ball, defending champs.TbeWillitsWol- and fellow junior Zeb Becker, a The Senior Mentor verines, 10-2 a year ago and losers to small but hard-hitting second base- be offering two Fort Bragg in the section champion- man who should m;ke a run at the opportunities for ship game, were a senior-dominated All-Lengue team this season. The in becoming mentors team and their best pitchers and hit- Trojans have finished dead last in County adults who ate ters, mootnotahlyClintOltjenbruns, the league standings two years cingdifficulty lrmding are no longer around, running and will have to shore up The mentor's task is Fort Bragg, on the other hand, re- their defense to avoid another disas- encouragement and turns its entire pitching corps, the trous campaign, course is designed to strength of last year's squad. Andy mrs to work with job Kendi, Andrew Dodge and Mike will feature Bradley return to anchor a Timber- I'# lJII I,nU";ca e , the areas of communication skills. wolf squad which can always be The United States Airl'orce Band of"Old Man River" to the closing counted on to play good defense, t.. ,.J][r it'/'l results To learn more about of the Golden Gates'sbig band jazz patriotic strains of "America...And And no team in the league is e- Mentor Center ensemble, "The Commanders", will the Dream Goes On', the Band better coaches than Cob Berger's register for the be performing in Healdsburg on promises an evening of great 'Wolves, who always make the most The Cloverdale Duplicate Bridge Donna Main at 524-7250. Thursday, March 21, at the Raven entertainment, of their hits and another team's Club has announced the winners shops are scheduled Theater beginning at 7 p.m. The vocal talents of Staff Sex- miscues, of the Marcus Soliva Awards for 22, and Fri., May The unique culttwal event is geant Carolyn de Kock, Sergeant Clear Lake, despite the loss of February. They are Dolores Ven- to Noon. . .... sponsored by the Healdsburg Parks Chauncey Roach and Sergeant ninn, Earl Conaway and Sophi vlu tf'eleLra'e and Recreation Dept Ken Trimmins will be showcased in Reinstra- "The Commanders", an 18 piece their renditions of"Pretty Women", Ve do ght f0 highest raw matchpoint score bandmUsical ensemble specializing in bigjazz, was founded in 1959 as a "Memory'.'Gergia on My Mind" and n rs sou r was recorded by Toby Shapiro. at SRJC component of the North American Additional music will be selected Holiday Craft Faire  March awards will go to the highest raw scores by women and Air Defense (NORAD)Command from "Come Rain or Shine", by menpartieipants. Santa Rosa Junior - ' - brates the season with Band. "Bouncin' with Bud', It s ..... Artists and cmfqgrsons are being Winners at the March 7 play Spring Choral Concert, From its headquarters atColorado "Jeannine" and "Main Frame". sought for the Second Annual Art were: 1st (tied) Hettie Hoggren & Dr. Curtis Springs, Colorado, the band toured "The Commanders", stationed" at and Handcraft Holiday Faire to be Bob Ball and Ed Weisner & Jane 3 throughout North America, per- Travis Air Force Base, California, held on Nov. 9 and 10 at the Luther Wilsey, 3rd, Lucille Sink & Toby Admission is free. formed on numerous radio and are under the command of Captain Burbank Art and Garden Center in Shapiro, 4th Verb Gibson & Alice television shows, and gave aconcert Philip C. Cbevallard. The Band Santa Rosa. Chaplin, 5th (tied) Jo Start & The Chamber Choir, in thefamedCarnegie Hall in New recently released its newest record- Table rent is $45 for the two day Dorothy Gummerson and Mae SingersandtbeNorthernl Chamber Chorale will York City. This great tradition ing, "An American Songbook", event and includes security and Schaeffer & Wade Koeninger. reals, folk song has continued since the band's feattwing vocal great, Miss Toni publicity.* The next play will be on Thurs., For more information re.assingment to Travis Air Force Tennille. The faire is a fund raiser for the March 14 at 7 p.m. at the Vets Bldg. Music Dept. Base, California, in 1979. Admission to the performance is Redwood Stitchers Chapter of the "The Commanders", under the free. Tickets can be obtained from Embroiderers' Guild of America, a direction of Chief Master Sergeant Healdsburg City Hall, the Healds- non-profit organizations. Vendors Thomas Watts, will present a pro- burg Chamber of Commerce and retain their proceeds. SHOW YOUR COLORS, gram entitled "Showstoppers", fea- Vineyard Electronics on Center For information and an applica- turing songs and melodies that Street. 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