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GET COMPLETE COVERAGE-GET FARMER'S HOME AUTO BUSINESS - LIFE RETIREMENT ANNUITIES httD 115 West First Street Cloverdale, California 707 894-3800 I Lyons Eagles varsity team defeated Ft. Bragg Central League Eagles win first NCL I game Playing at home Thursday, Mar. 27, David Bowen was two for four with a double and four RBIs; TJ Bird was two for four I game of the season. The score was 6-1 and Jeff Randolph was the winning pitcher with five innings. e High track and field news In addition to a strong fourth place finish in the 200M (26.71) An dres Lopez improved his shot- put dramatically scoring 29' 11", a personal best. Hot on his heels was Chris Glasgow with 29' 1". In other field events Adam Fon- tana leaped a personal best 5'6" in high jump, and Ben Black and Daniel Lozano garnered person- al records in the long jump with 17' 6 3/4" and 17' 6 1/2" respec- tively? Kristin Lane had a good day, achieving a personal best in the discus (62'9") as well as fin- ishing fourth in both of her hur- dle races against the league's top runners. Ray Barney ran a tough 3200M with a good early season mark of 11:55.0. The tracksters will next com- pete on March 26 at Clearlake High in Lakeport. Cloverdale is scheduled for two home meets this season, April 23 and April 30. If you are willing to help staff these meets (time, run field events, etc.) please call the high school at 894-1900. and field is once more in at Cloverdale High. rear zs anchored ckyBuer- Lozano, and Sequoia veteran members are Jerrod Pillay, and Amy New to track this year fine job are Kristin Jackson, Brooke iAmanda Plumley, Chris Andres Lopez, Ryan McNulty, Ray Bar- Adam Fontana. participated in on March 12 at ran again st Ran- ' and Elsie Allen. good preseason the all weather track. Outstanding perfor- given by Kristen I in both the (20.57) and the (58.80). Amy had a great first outing in the 300M hur- dles with a personal best of 1:02.13. IRon Castrillo had a great outing in both shot (39'4") and discuss (123'), taking second in beth against some tough compe- tition. Adam Fontana had a good day in the shot put ring with 35' 10" put. Jerrod Meier ran a swift 2:23.6 to take fourth in the 800M run. In her 800M Sequoia Medi- na came in third with a 2:49. Daniel Lozano leaped 5' 6" high jump for a personal best. On the JV squad, Chris Glasgow took third with a shot put of 28' 3", Elosely followed by Andres Lo- pez with a 27' 5" toss. In their first league meet at Kelseyville results were also good against tough competition from Clearlake, Fort Bragg, Kelseyville, and Deep Valley. Ron Castrillo excelled once gain at discus, taking first place with a 129' 5" throw and backing it with a second place shot-put fin- ish of 39'. Sequoia Medina ran a great 800M and placed second. start for softball season Lyons Eagles girls' Lg week. Not only did Ft. Bragg in the first League I game, t. Vincents, a lost to in the recent tournament. played St. Vincents and defeated that Daniele Bird was one for three; Shelley Camilla, one for three with two RBIs; Zita Konik, one for three; Brandy Wilson, one for three. 'lis was a big win for us because they won our tourna- ment," noted coach Margaret Fitzgerald. "They are one of the top teams in our division." In play with Ft. Bragg (9-2) Casey McIntosh was one for two (I) presents SRJC Agriculture a plaque for winning the Calffor- Spoaldng Corn- March 21 st. Oredlt NickAdcock statewide contest Junior College Agriculture Student and Cloverdale Adcock was the California Community College Resources Statewide winner in Extempora- at a statewide competition held at the Holiday Inn day, March 21, 1997. ' of the Visalia Farm Credit presented a champion- to Adcock at a banquet luncheon at the conclusion of Adcock's speech centered onthe global marketing walnut orchard plantings in China. speech stunned the judges" reports SRJC Agriculture ) instructor Bob Fraser. "It was a significant accomplish- the caliber of speakers throughout the competition. I'm looking for Nick with his continued to be a powerful leader in our agricultural adds. Community College Chancellor Office and the Credit Services sponsored the competition through p grant monies. Adcock is a 1996 graduate of High School. with a triple and three RBIs; Shelley Camilla was one for two; Zita Konik was one for three with three RBIs; Heidi Yanglin was one for four with one RBI. Zita Konik was winning pitch- er, striking out five and walking three. She was also winning pitcher in the St. Vincents game where she struck out six and walked one. "It was a huge week," noted the coach. "The girls played real- ly well. It's going to help us in the play-offs beating St. Van- cents. But, for the mean time we just keep moving on in league. It's one at a time. Don't look past anybody," she knowingly com- mented. At Cloverdale St. Vincents - 000 000 0 - 1 hit and seven errors Cloverdale- 100 003 lx- 5 runs, four hits and one error Ft. Bragg- 100 000 1-2 runs, two hits and four errors Cloverdale - 340 200 x - 9 runs, four hits and three er- rors. and also had two RBIs David Smith was one for one and scored twice. Defensively David Smith made some fine plays at first base not- ed coach Rick Berry. Joe Huang made a nice diving stop and an out while Justin Jackson's catch- ing game was "superb." The Eagles also defeated Cal- istoga on Tuesday, Mar. 25, 8-2. Brett Lile was winning pitcher, striking out four. Leading hitter was TJ Bird who was two for three with four RBIs and two scores. JeffAngeli was two for three, scored once and had two RBIs. The Eagles play Tuesday, Apr. 1 against Willits and Tuesday, April 8 against Kelseyville- away games. At Cloverdale Calistoga - 101 000 0 - 2 Cloverdale - 012 140 0 - 8 Ft. Bragg. 001 000 0 -1 Cloverdale - 010 230 x - 6 Junior Varsity Despite a 9-5 loss to Ft. Bragg, junior varsity coach Steve Stew- art is optimistic. 'Tie made a couple errors but we came back strong in the sixth with a three run double by Brenden Hamp- ton," the coach noted. 'Tie're still trying to get a feel for what our team is going to be like this year. I'm pretty optimistic about our chances in league. We're now 2- .., Mack Altenberg, a sophomore was starting pitcher and did a "real good job," the coach said. Hitters were Brenden Hamp- ton who was three for four with three RBIs; Mark Selberg, one for three; Mike Ramazzotti, one for two. At Cloverdale Ft. Bragg - 100 052 1 - 9 Cloverdale - 000 113 0 - 5 Senior League tryouts April 5 Saturday, April 5 is the first opportunity for those interested in Senior League to try out. Please come to the City park "before 9 am. In case of rain, please report to the high school gym. On April 12, there will be another chance for those unable to attend the first tryout. Returning players are auto- matically assigned to the same team as last year. Haven't signed up yet? It's not too late? You may still sign up for Senior League on these same dates. Please bring an original birth certificate and proof of residency to the City Park. Scholarships are available. I Blue Cross of California Authorized Agent $40 Copay Plan Age s,, 19-29 27 30-39 42 4O-49 68 50-59 113 60-.64 136 Call 894-9550 ,f,, x,m 15/g7 Spoule Chad Clldmn 49  67 69 64 110 73 110  147 95 181 1 210 137 223 145 244 I 168 i I C004"araina z00asackrtes 128 N Clouetdale Bird -  CA 95425 -  0696864 ng and n 00)ril :Workshops will ',1, 22, and 23 from be held Fri- JV's at 6 pm and l)m, at Washington and tryouts y girls or boys th through 8th the 1997-98 school will need to minute dance at contact II II II ,TTOR.,Y L-- " BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE DIVORCE AND CUSTODY PROBATE, WILLS & TRUSTS PERSONAL INJURY & ACOIDENT LITIGATION April 2, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 Pictured above with their trophies and dbbon= In the Cloverdale High School Pep Squad. From left to rigM, =mated are Georgeann Weirm (mascot), Vanessa Valets, Vaneeaa Lopez and Marcle Hernsndez, standing behind them Coach Debbi Davis, Crystal Bertoll, Chantel Peres, Jessica Barry, Trish Davis and Advisor Jackle Sloan, behind them John Brady, Chris Plehl and Wayne Plalm. CHS Cheerleaders Win in San Jose The Cloverdale High School Pep Squad brought home trophies from the American Spirit Competition in San Jose on Saturday, March 22nd. Georgeann Weans (the Eagle mascot) brought home a first place solo mascot performance, which had the crowd clapping to One Eyed Cotton Joe. The Cheerleaders performance to the Twilight Zone with their exciting stunts earned them a second place trophy and many oohs and ahhs from the audience. Even our advisor received a single red rose for Team Unity which is something for the whole squad to be proud of; how we are seen by others. We also had a chance to meet a few of the Warrior cheerleaders. All in all it was a great trip. We learned a lot from this competition and now we can only get better. Tryouts for cheerleaders, mascot and stunt team will be coming up right after the Spring break. Pictured above Is Chris Plohl with the Wardor cheerleaders. Wouldn't you like to be in his position? Try-outs for stunt team are coming up soon. Stephanie Showers Insurance Agency We are now offering Homeowner's Insurancel Stephanie is located at the mini-storage complex. 555-1 S. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale Pager: (707)264-7465 Phone (707)894-3315 i p McCONNELL CHEVROLET* OLDS* (;EO YOUR NEAREST GM DEALER t 1395 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg 1 800,775-3384 !