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Page 8- Wednesday, March 19, 1980 Sports If Notes CJov .00rdale men's Girls sports basketball 00,ov.00a,o s00.oo, gave up 20 walks but AtCloverdale By CECIL SMITH As of March 12th, ,53 players have signed up for the Greater IrishOpen to be held on the 16th of this month. Starting at 9 a.m., shot gun, four man teams will be drawn and will pay $3 each for a corned-beef and cabbage lunch and prizes. The brothers Mulgrew, seem to be the instigators of this test of skills and I cannot think of anyone better qualified to put on such a mighty endeavor, since they claim to be of Irish decent. Who am I to argue the point, being of Scottish parentage. The Scotch have long known never to argue with an Irishman. You may win the argument but the Irish lad will sell you a blind horse before he is through, they are that good of a talker? The Bodega-H'burg Tournament has been postponed until June due to weather conditions. A new Tournament for the ladies hit the Pro shop the other day. It has no name that I know of yet, other than Low Net, full handicap with a $5 entry fee to be played March 29th at our local course. The poop sheet says 9 holes with tee prizes, awards, munchies and spirits!! The lady behind all this is Diane Andreini, whose phone number is  or call the local Pro shop for ad- ditional info. Now that we have you all lined up for some Tournament golf, how about the course? As we all know, heavy rains have raised havoc with caring for the course, but as of March 12, I played the layout and the north wind has dried it out con- siderably and of that same date the 1st, 2rid, 4th and 6th fairways had been mowed and as this sees the light of day, others will also be cut, we hope! As I write this it has started to rain so keep your fingers crossed and perhaps we can get through this lost ball syn- drome and mangled tempers before it rains too much. I know other courses in the area have managed to mow but Heald- sburg is an old course and has never been properly drained, as these other newer courses. You would think that under normal conditions it would have natural drainage due to its location on the side of a hill, you might say, but there are spots that get soft and remain that way for most of the rainy season. However, in years past we have had heavy rain and managed somehow, but this year has been a doozy! Hold your hat, in a few weeks or so we will be complaining of the heat and "My, how dry the course is!" Can't win 'em all, no way, nohow ? A short shot or two [ I saw Dan Reid yesterday and he has been under the weather due to an old injury. He hasn't picked up a club in two months and that for Dan is rough. Dan has been connected Cloverdale Auto Parts upped their record to 3-0 by way of forfeit when Satan's Spirits could not field enough players. Satan's Spirits dropped to 1-2 for the second half and 2-6 for the season. Cloverdale Auto Parts is 7-1 for the season. Beck's Fire Apparatus stunned the Depot Hotel team 101-62 with 5 players scoring in double figures. John Gatineau had 29, Steve Birchfield and Randy Peters each had 24, Rick Blackmon 11, and Adrian Ramazzotti 10. Joel Morgan's 29 point effort to keep the Depot alive was aided only by Robert Leavitt's 12 points and Ron Whittaker's 11 points. In the final game the Encore broke in to the win colunm with their first win of the season by upsetting C&L Diesel 78-48. Ruben Farias lead both teams scoring with 28 points. Ruben was assisted by his brothers Willie and Raul with 20 and 10 points. Ruben was assisted by his brothers Willie and Raul with 20 and 10 points each. Mike McGili scored 17. C&L Diesel leveled their season at 4wins - 4 losses. Dick Adams and Don Ladd scortd 16 and 12 points respectively. Scond llalf Standings :" Beck's Fire Apparatus 3 Cloverdale Auto Parts 3 Satan's Spirits 1 Encore 1 C&L Diesel 1 Depot Hotel 0 Second annual benefit RUN on April 13 Home Hospice of Sonoma County is sponsoring their Second Annual Benefit RUN on April 13, 1960 in Geyser- ville. Dr. Julius Jaffe is coordinating the RUN which will feature a relay race and an endurance run. The course will follow River Road, a scenic 4 mile stretch along the Russian River. T- shirts and prizes will be awarded, and the day's events will also include a spaghetti feast, raffle and Blue Grass band. Activities will center around the Geyserville Grange. Registration forms may be obtained from local sporting goods stores, YWCA, YMCA, Office of Commissions and the Home Hospice office in Coddington Shopping Center. For additional information please call Home Hospice at 542-5045. Healdsburg High School could only eke out six hits before falling to the Eagles, 20-18. "We really didn't get a chance to hit with all of those walks we got," commented Healdsburg coach Reecy Casamajor. "That game seemed to go forever." Cloverdale rattled the Greyhounds for 14 hits, three of which were homeruns. "They have a field that just goes on forever," said Casamajor. Healdsburg tied the Eagles twice but couldn't get past them. But the Greyhounds will get another chance next Thursday when Cloverdale will travel to Healdsburg for 3 , 20.. 14..4 WP- Domenichelli (SO3, ilealdsburg 10t..081..7- BB 5, Gregory in 4th(. Ix..6..4 LP - Cook (SO 0, BB 2(, Cloverdale 500..57:|..x- Brack 4. I triple, homerun, homeruns. Baseballers even record In baseball played Thur- sday, Healdsburg scored 12 runs in its final at bat and buried Cloverdale 1.5-5; Santa Rosa pulled out an 8-7 decision over Terra Linda with late inning heroics for the second straight day; Tamalpais scored in all but one inning in beating Sonoma 16-3 and Lower Lake edged Justin 7-6. Game highlights included: - a 12-run seventh inning by the Hounds, who entered the final inning trailing .5-3. The "big" inning included nine hits and two Cloverdale errors. - a single by Santa Rosa's Kent Hanson with two outs in the bottom At Cloverdale llealdsburg 000.. 120.. ( 12)- 15..15 .2 CIoverdale . .000.. 122..0- 5... 7...3 Lumley (3 (LP) (1 [eghesio double; 2x5 McDonald Lemley Hunt Ix3, Boy's scoreboard - prep bas Last week the Eagles won their 3rd game and lost the 41h game. Game number three was in Willits and Cloverdale avenged it's earlier 8-6 loss to Willies with a 5-1 win over the Wolverines last Tuesday. Pitcher John Graham ran his record to 2-1 with an out- standing 2 hitter and went 7 innings for the first time this year. The team played well defensively and got some good plays from Chris Allen in the outfield, John Graham on the mound, and Kelly Chappell at 1st base. The Eagles got a rally going in the third inning as they did in the first two innings, but in the third left fielder Jerry Novak in 2 runs. The eagles picked up 2 more runs and added their last run in the 7th inning on a Willies error. Willies started the 7th in- ning with a walk and that runner eventually scored on a fielder's choice. Graham struck out 7 and walked 4. Thursday Cloverdale played a makeup game versus Healdsburg, with the Eagles losing 16 to 5. The final score wasn't indicative of the type of game it was. Cloverdale started of- fensively by scoring first when Jerry Novak singled to drive in a run in the second inning. Healdsburg coun- tered in the top of the third after a throwing error'by scoring position with an excellent sacrifice bunt. Healdsburg came right back and tied the game with several key hits off DougLemley to tie the game at ' 3 all. Cloverdale wasn't about to give in to the Hounds and scored 2 more runs. Doug Lemley doubled to left The to score Mark Cuneo who had games singled in the 5th. Reserve opens and catcher Tim Persons singled keep to score Cuneo to move the the score to ,5-3. Cioverdale The Eagles kept the lead and until the 7th inning but pitching collapsed defensively making are a 2 errors and relief hitcher playing Zach Healdsburg I to get the ( Cuneo 2x4, Persons lxl, Graham and Hunt with golf for 1o, these many years and has many tales to tell of lhe game in years past. I must get him to give me a history of his golf activities one of these days. See you all up the crick sways and have you any old balls I carl borrow? Bbwllno Scores IIII I V Thurs. Morning Better Half Dresser 20 12 Kiwii Eats 19½a12½ Anderson Backhoe 19 13 Torvick's Tiger's 17 15 B&K Upholstery 16/2 15A Best 4 IS 17 Cloverdale Hard- ware 14 18 Picky-Q-Picky 7 25 High individual game Migmone Wiggin 210. High individual series - Migmone Wiggin 535. High team game - B&K Upholstery 623. High team series - B&K Upholstery 1769. Tues. Merchants Mixed 4s Giovannetti's Sport Shop 27 13 HoRse of Jacks 2.5 15 The Mustard Seed 2.5 15 Pizza Queen 19 21 Masonite 19 21 Sue's Salon 16 24 Coppo's Liquors 15 25 The Grapevine 14 .26 High individual series men Spencer Vail 695; women - Barbara Drake 506. High individual game - men - Spencer Vail 245; women - Babe Knupfer 191. High team' . series - Giovannetti's Sport Shop 2177. High team game - Giovannetti's Sport Shop 764. Friday Night Early Birds L.P. No 2 25 11 Siiva's Pharmacy 23 13 Caturegli's Shell 21 15 Rexall Drugs 17 19 Maurice's Saw Shop 16 20 L.P. No 1 16 20 Depot Hotel 13 23 Orange Realty 12 24 Individual high game (scratch) - men- Dennis Lish 240; women - Gloria Stryker 203. Individual high series tscratch) -men - Dennis Lish 647; women - Gloria Stryker 605. High team game than- dicap) - Caturegli's Shell 867. High team series (han- dicap) Caturegli,s Shell His & Hers Reno' Field & Rued 27 ' 13 Cloverdale Bowl 24 16 Aparicio Ex- plosives 23½ 16½ Pizza Queen 23 17 V.F.W. 18½ 21½ The Encore 18 22 Barnes Lumber 16 24 Cloverdale Products I0 30 High game - March Mires 213; Dennis Lish 275. High series - Gloria Stryker ,549; Dennis Lish 672. High team game - ames Lumber 758. High team series - Field & Rued 2158. Tuesday Women's Trio Stan's 20½ 9½ L.P. 26 12 Fashion Flair Too 22 18 New World Mfg. 17 23 Gerde$ Auto Wreckers BATTERIES Both, cars and trucks... $24 so For most types, 6 and 12 volts. Exchange and tax 2nd's with 3 me. guarantqe. AMt m'k.s m rel00lt smcl, rs and a.,vu*wS Gerdes Auto Wrecking 1000 Gercles Lane 894-2186 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: got a key basehit that drove I La Grande Motel 161/z 23½ Penny Fair 16 24 PRMCO 16 24 Fashion Flair 14 26 High game - Marcy Mires 213. High series - Marcy Mires 580. High team game - Fashion Flair Too 630. High team series.- Fashion Flair Too 1809. Thru Se0 Rolando 24 8 United Vintners 23 9 Cloy. Auto Parts 18 14 Wally's Home Service 16 16 L.P. No I 16 16 Masonite 12 20 Andersen Backhoe 11 21 L.P. No 2 8 24 High game - Rob Wakeman 267. High series - Dean Young 764. High team game - Rolando 964. High team series - Roinndo 2723. Eagles capture another 'league sl0000'"t-out The Cloverdale Girls' Varsity Basketball Team has done it once again, winning Iheir fourth consecutive league champipnship with a 10.0 record. They did this by beating Tomales, the second place team in the league, Thursday, February 26, 6,5-48. This was the last home game for seniors Sandy McMillan, Robin SNoot and Sharon Greppi. Cloverdale started the game applying heavy pressure. By doing this they ran up an early lead with a 30-12 score at the end of the first quarter. Robin and Sharon came out hot both scoring ten points a piece. The Eagles slowed down in the second quarter. They discontinued their press, therefore slowing down the pace of the game. Cloverdale and Tomales both scored 12 points in the second quarter but including the first quarter spree Cloverdale led 42-24 at the half. After an impressive first half the rest of the game seemed to be somewhat of a let-down. Tomales outscored Cloverdale 13.6 in the third quarter. But the Eagles came back in the fourth with a 6.5-48 victory over the Braves. Robin Smoot led the Eagle • squad with 26 points. She was followed by Sharon Greppi who added 12. The rest of the team also added to the win, scoring as follows: Sandy McMillan, 8; Carol Ballard, 7; Lisa Domenichelli 6; Lorie Hallman, 6; Diana Rivas and Eiane Zagorites both adding 2 apiece. TONY ROMELLI BAIL BONDS ON LIFE g Cloverdale" 24 HOUR SERVICE 525-9705 LsPEcIALIZINO IN LARGE BONDS catcher Greg Stewart xallowed a batter who had struck out to reach first. He scored later in the inning to tie the game. 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