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Page 6 - Wednesday, March 26, 1980 orts Softball season just Golf Notes around the corner By CECIL SMITII The Greater Irish Open Golf Tournament and Corned Beef Bash vms concluded last Sunday in good time and not too bad conditions. The weather was just great after early morning winds died down and I must say the course has also dried out so that it is possible to bounce a ball off the fairway and I might add also off the greens. Here are the results of this prodigious athletic endeavor: The team of Gokan, Shipman, Navarro and Mascherini took first place with 112 net; 2nd, team of Warnick, Hamburg, Parks and Baker 116; tied for 3rd place, the team of Whitton, Cecil Smith (got to blow my own horn) Kately and Vasconi. Team of Bush, Briggs, Bouchet and Book. Team of Simon,Moranda, Ronald and Randen all sho{ a net of 120; Elmer Rogers won the hole in one. Dale Faust had it won for a while with an inch from the hole but after some investigation it was learned he had employed some sort of political lactic and was disqualified. All in fun and it was a real fun day. Fifty six players competed and we should have more of these barn burners. At our monthly dinner last Tuesday evening it was an- nounced that our Club will have a hole in one contest on No. 3 and No. 14. Open to anyone, the cost is $1 a shot to be held Saturday and Sunday, 22nd-23rd of this month. Prizes are anyone in a ten foot circle around the hole will receive a new golf ball. Those making a hole in one blow will win a set of Olimar woods, some of the finest made! I know that this will not be read before those dates but I have been told that this event will be extended to another date soon. Now, the reason for all tlhis? All the proceeds will go to the C'dale High School Band for their trip to Vienna ! How about that ! ?. There is one condition. They will need all the volunteers from scBhool they can muster. The kids will have to be at these holes to take the loot and check the shots. It will have to run on a one or two hour schedule in order to spread out the time for each person. I am very sorry that I did not know of this sooner so that it could have been spread around the school, but as I say, plans are to continue this deal at another time or perhaps times. Remember, anyone that can lift a club may enter and you do not have to pay a green fee. Shoot as many times as you have the ready Yankee Buck and good luck to you all! If you have any questions contact Tom Montoya or Rich Pellegrini, l believe they are the honchos for this event. Too bad we didn'l know about it sooner. See you all up the crick sways and even at my age I may try a hole or two! As I said before, you never can tell the depth of the well by the length of the handle on the pump! Girls suffer loss BySANDY McMILLAN CHS Correspondent Cloverdale's girls varsity basketball team .placed second in the North Coast Section Class A playoffs after they lost to the Mendocino Cardinals in the eham- poinship game on Saturday, March 8, by a score of 46-36. After winning the NCLI Southern Division with a 10-0 record, the Eagles advanced on to the NCS Class A playoffs on March 6-8, held in Ukiah. The Eagles opened against Upper Lake on Thursday, March 6 to win easily by a score of 70-45. Cloverdale got off to a slow start and, by the end of the first half, the score was tied 25-25. In the second half, the Eagles were able to run the fast break and pulled away from Upper Lake early and didn't have any trouble maintaining their lead. On Friday, the Eagles met the Ferndale Wildcats, who had beat l.wer Lake on Thursday. The Eagles took. the lead in the first quarter and were ahead 17-6, but the Wildcats showed they wouldn't give up. In the fourth quarter, Sandy Mc- Millan and Lorie Hallman fouled out when the Eagles were up by eight, and Fern- dale gradually pulled .to within one point. Lisa Domenichelli was able to score some much needed points and then wrapped the game up with two free throws to secure the Eagle win with a score of 55-47. These two victories brought the Eagles into the long awaited game against Mendocino in the cham- pionship. The Eagles jumped to a 6-0 lead early in "the first quart.er but only held a 12-11 lead. going into the second quarter. The Eagles, who applied constant pressure to the !arger Mendocino team, caused numerous turnovers by the Cardinals but were unable to convert these turnovers to baskets. Mendocino's sagging-man defense made it difficult for the Eagles to score, and Cloverdale being unable to execute the fast break, resulted in the Cardinah owning a 21-16 halftime lead.' In other girls' Head Royce Jay Hawks beat Frendale in a close, exciting third place game by one point. Ferndale edged past Kelseyville in the boys' third place playoff game. Potter Valley, who beat Royce the first night and then went on to upset Kelseyville on Friday, were unable to continue their winning ways and proved to be no contest for St. Helena in the boys' championship dual. Sandy McMillan, Sharon Greppi, and Lisa Domenichelli were named to the Ali-NCS team. , ...... vv..vvv.=.vvv.. ........... .v.w .... v.v-vv-.v Regular softball season will be starting in about a month. Cloverdale Police officer, Jim Manion, is trying to establish a list of adults in the area who would be interested in forming a slow pitch soft- ball league, especially those now playing fast pitch. There will be two separate leagues - one for men and one for women. Anyone who is 18 years of age or older may try out. Manion asks for those who are interested playing on either league to call Tex Dixon at 894-2019 as soon as pvssible to see if these slow pitch softball leagues can be formed Eagles revenge early season loss The Cloverdale High School Boys Varsity Baseball team revenged their 8-6 loss to Willits earlier in the season with a 5-1 victory over the Wolverines on Tuesday the llth of March in Wiilits. .John Graham, the winning pitcher, put on a fine per- formance, allowing just 1 run, striking out 7 and walking 4 in seven innings of work. Willits never threatened, scoring their only run in the last inning, as Graham held them to just two hits in lhe whole game. Offensively the Eagles big tuning was the fourth when they scored four runs on five hits. They added their fifth run in the last inning on one hit and two Willits errors. The Eagles, who have been hitting well, were led at the plate by John Graham, 2 for 4 and Jerry Novak, 2 for 3. and 1 RBI. Other hitters were Mark Cuneo, 1 for 3, with 2 RBI's and Kelly Chappei. 1 for 2. Four CHS girls chosen to all-league The All-League team for the North Coast Section I South league was chosen for the 1979-80 basketball season. Three members of the league champion team, Cloverdale, made the first all-league team. and another made the second team. They were Sandy McMillan, Robin Smoot, and Sharon Greppi, named to the first team and Lisa Domeniehelli made the second. ' The 79-80 season for the girls' basketball teams were very successful with both the Varsity and the Junior Varsity going undefeated in league play. Four members of the Varsity team were honored by being chosen to the all-league team. Sandy McMillan who averaged 21 points per game this league season was chosen for her fourth year in a row. Robin Smoot. averaging 14 points, and Sharon Greppi, averaging 10 points were also named to the first team along with Sandy. Lisa Domenichelli. who only played 4 league games made the second team selection. She was out of the: first half of the league seaso due to an ankle injury.  , Also named to the first team were Kathy tmwv from Calistoga and Lisa Rosen from Pt. Arena. The girls closed their successful 79-80 season with a tough loss to Mendocino in the final game of the North Coast Section playoffs. They placed second. j Little Cloverdale Continued from page 1 In the past nine years over 30,000 students from around the world have participated in the Festivals. Northrup said he was completely amazed when he heard about the amount of money Cloverdale had raised so far for the trip. "I couldn't believe it when Steve told me how much money had been raised in such a short time," he said. The Cloverdale Band will perform in palace cour- tyards, castles, parks, and cathedrals, Northrup told the students and parents. They will be transported by Mercedes Ba'nz buses, cruise down the Rhine River, visit one of the world's most famous cathedrals which houses one of the world's greatest organs. The Cloverdale Band has been noted for its beautiful intonation, which was one of the reasons for its selection, Northrup went on to say. "Music is the language of the world and even though the students,may not be able to speak each other's language, the music will speak for lhem. It is an experience of a lifetime: it is worth every bit of sacrifice and effort," he said. "Do everything possible, parents; hock your house or whatever, it is worth it '" Connolly and Northrup spent more than four hours going over and selecting the music for the coming In- ternational competition. The students have already accepted the challenge by responding to the German lessons which are geing given each Saturday at 10 a.m. Cloverdale and the United States will be well represented when the young people from this area visit the music capitol of the world. CHS tennis underway Tennis season las now arrived at C.H.S. The coach for both J.V. and Varsity teams is Mrs. Contrell. ? The tennis team has already played matches to determine the top 9 players, which is the varisty team. i  varisty team consists of i 'not in any order; Robin ! :Smnot, Diana Rivas, Carol i  Ballard, Stan Weidmer, Dave i. Daly, Zack Nickels, Alan  Silva, Gilbert Villarreal and Mike Mills. The varsity team still has to have a tournament to ermine the position of the members on the ladder. TheJ.V. team members are Rick Rilley, John Hetrick, Johnny Pang, Kirt Williams, Tony Titus, Laurena Mullins, Robert Blankenbaker, Jimmy Seymour, Christian Doleshall, Cart Natenstalt, and Justin Paulson, Peter Tschirch will try to challenge one of the J,V. players to be on the J.V. ladder. This year both J.V. and Varsity players are required to exercise and run before practice. Practices last from 3-4 for the J.V.'s and from 4-5 for varsity. Come and-sup- part your tennis team at their matches ! Getting ready for a school health checkup. Public Ilealth ' Educator Joyee Ilall is shown visiting with and entertaining children awaiting a health screening in the Children's Activity (,enter of the Public ilealth Children's Services Building in Santa Rosa. As of March 1, 1980, children who will enter kindecgarten next fall may begin to have health checkups which meet the requirement for a school health examination. Among the skaters at the Skate-a-Thon Saturday at the Citrus Fair Building to raise money for the Band's Vienna trip were: Brian Ilumphrey. Peter Tschirsch. Bob Miller. Doug Mankin, Anna Pasquini, Kim Wood. Nancy Goodman, Robyn Bullard, I)ann alter, Tim Pope. Truda tlicks. Casey Ilarris and Brian Ramos. All skated from i'hoto by Janice. Bowlin Scores Monday Night I,adies Team high series than- Dilley Ins. 25 11 25711 dicap - Maurice's Saw Shop Seghesio 24 12 25,563 2380. Photo by Mac 24 12 25426 Naureens 18 18 22888 The Wheel 16 20 2.5030 llis& llers Reno WineCo. 14 22 24621 Field & Rued 28 16 SatansSpirits 12 24 241.50 Cloverdale Bowl 27 17 Saw Center 11 2`5 24268 Pizza Queen 2.5 19 Aparicio Ex- plosives 24 19'., V.F.W. 2lie 22t, The Encore 19 2.5 Barnes Lumber 18 26 High individual game - Mig Wiggins 213. High individual series Shanon Ricetti .569. High team game - Dilley Ins. 1026. High team series - Dilley ins. 2959. Friday Night Early Birds L.P. No.2 26 14 Silva's Pharmacy 26 14 Caturegli'sShell 24 16 Rexall Drugs 19 21 L.P. No l 18 22 Depot Hotel 14 26 Orange Realty 13 27 Individual high game (scratch men - Dave Par- sley-257, 248. 232: women - Branda Odiorne-191. Cathy Demattei 191. Individual high series tscratch) men - Dave Parsley 737: women - Cathy Demattei 500. Team high game than- dicap) - Silva's Pharmacy 843. Cloverdale Products 13 31 High game - March Mires 207: Paul Pasquini 242. High series - Marcy Mires 559: Dave Crayford 630. High team game - V.F.W. 716. High tearu series - V.F.W. 2079. Tuesday Women's Trio Slan's 32'2 lit.. , LP. 30 14 Fashion Flair Too 22 22 l,a Grande Motel 20,2 23 t2 PRMCO 20 24 New World Mfg. 20 24 Penny Fair 16 28 Fashion Flair 15 29 High game -Marcy Mires 222_ High series - Marcy Mires 624. High team game - Stan's 662. ttigh team series - Stan's 18:-8. Mon. Scratch Trio Masonite Boise Cascade 3,5 9 An, CloverdaleBowl 26 18 Louisiana Pizza Queen 2,5 19 High game - F Garret, Logging 20 24 High series Damerow & McTeer 13 31 687. L.P. 13 31 High team High game and Series - Vintners 952. Dale Faust 279-299-244 High team equaling 822. All time high Cloverdale Bowl, series at Vintners26ff/.. TuPs. Gio Shop Thurs Morning Better Half Mustard Seed Dresser 23 . 13 House of JackS Kiwii Kats 22: 132 Masonite : Anderson Backhoe 19 17 Pizza Queen Best 4 18 18 Coppo's Liquors Torvick'sTiger's 18 18 Sue'sSalon B&K Upholstery 17z 18 t2 TheGra Cloverdale Hard- High ware 15 19 men Aldo Picky Q-Picky 11 2.5 women - Babe High individual game Hi Fran Taber 204. - Aldo Ricetti ttigh individual series Babe Knupfer Fran Taber 5'. High tea ltigh team game - Kiwii Giovannetti's Kal's 6.-0. 2264.  High team series - Best 4 - High tea# 1805. Gio Thru tm Empl0vt00: Rolando 27 9 + * New United,intners 26 I0 Louisiana Pacific No I 20 16 Clov. AutoParts 19 17 Wally's Home Service 16 20 Cuts Thrus Morning Better Half Kiwii Kats 25t2 14t2 Dresser 2.5 15 Anderson Backhoe 22 18 Best ' 20 20 Torivck's Tigers 19 21 B&K upholste.ry 18t2 21t2 Cloverdale Hard- ware 18 22 Picky Q Picky 12 28 High individual game Fran Taber 212. High Indivisual series Fran Taber 557. High team game - Best 4 - 668. High team series - Best 4 - 1817. Lunch Dinner t the Redwood Smorgette ] Wed. 875 Helep Pardinis Body Shop 29 II Redwood Payless 25 15 Picks Drive-In 23 17 LP-RDC 23 17 Car] Young Const. 19 21 Druids 16 24 Barnes Lumber 14 26 Cloverdale Prod. 11 29 High team series - Game and Individual series: Pardinis Body Shop broke house records with a 1175 game for a 3401 series. Dennis Lish and Dan Teh- deschi shot their 1st 700's; Den 710; Dan 740 tWhich was high for the night.) It was a fine team effort also with Dave Crayford - 724 - Spencer Vail - 644- Ed Hokan - ,563. Other high series - Dean Young 728;Dave Parsley 697; Mei Barber 684: John Gualio 62.5. High games - Dave Parsley 279: Dennis Lish 278: Dean Young 278; Mei Barber 26,5. jm .,,-,.,,a. Sourdough Jim's RESTAURANT Open Thurs. - Sun., 5:30-9:00 Sourdough Sunday Brunch 10 am - 1 pm In addition to our regular menu... 3" Specials Thurs. - Chicken Taquitos Fri. - Shrimp & Vegetable Tempura Sat. - Mousaaka Sun.. Shish Kabob Includes Sourdough Bread, Soup or Salad & Beverage At the Depot Hotel, Cloverdale r 894-3723 Yo can get of up to hued under credit on the job foe the red tape. E.ge vls, you voucher for $1 tificate to keep records. Foe corltact: 6O6 Santa