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Page 6 -- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 2009 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA ", Cloverdale Eq.pm.t V t US OUT! Rental www.cloverdaleequipmentrental.com | Yoga at the Cloverdale Grange 6 week series 4/14 - 5/26 (no classes 5/5) Tuesdays 5:45-7pm - Mixed level class! Tuesdays 7:15-8:15pm - Gentle Yoga and Relaxation! Fee: $66 until April I, $72 thereafter, drop-in $14 To register: Mail your checks to Mary Paffard, POB 225, Yorkville, CA 9549z online at www.maryyoga.com or call 468-4842 00ian s,oc,...,.,,.. Muscular &amp; Nerve Pain Relief Auto Sports 'F'_r,,u  Work Injuries Internal GROUP Medicine TracJitional ___.hincse Meclicinc Jason Chu TWO LOCATIONS: L. Ac. M.S. (TCM) 132 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 2228 Chanate Rd. Catherine Chu Cloverdale 894-9188 Santa Rosa 526-2228 L. Ac. M.S. (TCM) INSURANCE ACCEPTED BY APPOINTMENT ONLY i Let's Play Ball! Cloverdale PonytailLeague! SOFT BALL CLINIC Friday, April 17 Ages 7-10 from 9:30 a.m. to noon Ages 11-14 from 1 to 3:30 p.m. SIGN UPS Sunday, April 19, noon to 3 p.n. (High School Gym) Wednesday, April 22, 6 to 8:30 p.m. (City Park) Tryouts, Sunday, April 26 (City Park) Major League ages 14-17, 9 a.m. Minor League ages 11-13, 10 a.m. Farm League ages 8-10, 11 a.m. Opening Day, Saturday, May 30 Call Cheryl at 894-4579 for more information i Eagles have off and on baseball season so far The Cloverdale Eagles varsity baseball team has had an off and on season so far with a current over-all record of 4-6. In an Interlock game with Willits on Tuesday, March 31, the Eagles won 6-3. Winning pitcher was Brandon Southard who pitched a complete game. Southard only gave up three earned runs on seven hits; he had nine strike-outs. Top hitters in that game were Mitch Delfino, who was three for three with two doubles and an RBI; Brett Southard, who was two for three with one run scored and Brandon Southard who was one for three with two RBIs. "Overall that was one of the best games we have played both offen- sively and defensively this season," noted coach Juan Jauregui. The Eagles played Middletown on Friday, April 3, and lost 7-6 in nine innings. Starting pitcher was Chad Duna who pitched four in- nings and gave up three earned runs on five hits. Losing pitcher was Mitch Delfino who pitched five innings, giving up three hits and three runs. Top hitters were Mitch Delfino who was three for three with an RBI and a double; Allen Silva, three for three with an RBI; Chad Duna was three for four with two runs scored. "We were losing 5-6 going into the top of the seventh when Brett Southard came up with a two-out base hit. Mitch DelfIno came up to hit his double and Brett came In to tie the game 6-6," the coach reported. they just couldn't come up with the big hit. "It was a good game," not- ed the coach. "It took them nine innings to beat us, but we just left too many guys on base. We left 17 runners on base for the whole game." The Eagles are unfortunately be- ing affected by the injuries of two key players but as the coach says, "the kids are competing and play- ing hard right now, that is all we can ask." In games in late March the Eagles lost to Salesian, 9-1; Tomales, 7-4; and defeated Kelseyville 10-6. Junior Varsity The junior varsity Eagles defeat- ed Willits, 16-6 with starting pitch- er Brett Robinson. Top hitters were Brett Robinson, Seth Lampert, Mitch Carlson, and Michael Rey- nolds. "That was a good win for them," the coach commented. The junior Eagles lost to Lower Lake, 6- 5 after a controversial call that called back a run and changed the outcome of the game. The Eagles downed Kelseyville, 6-5 and scores were not reported for the Middle- town game. The junior Eagles are 2- 6 over-all. This week the JVs played St. Vin- cent on Monday; Friday April 10, a game is scheduled in Kelseyville, at 4 p.m. for both varsity and JV; on Monday, April 13 the varsity Ea- gles have their first North Central League I South game with St. Vin- cent at home at 4 p.m. and the JVs have their first NCL I South game Even though the Eagles had op- on Tuesday, April 14, with Clear portunities in the 8th and 9th In- ; Lake at Lakeport starting at 4 p.m. nings to get the "go-ahead" run, The Mendocino College women's Lady Eagles basketball season recently ended. The , team placed fourth place in the Bay Valley Conference. Defensively the team held their :. opponents to an average of 57 points and finished 18th in the state out of 89 teams. Pictured is Lauren Hall, a 2008 CHS graduate, who as a freshman assisted the team's captain. Her performance on the court earned her All Bay Valley Conference honors. : Lauren averaged 10 points a game and nine rebounds, while being ranked seventh in - the state for field goal percentage at 54 percent. She also earned the team honor of - "Charge Champion," taking the most defensive charges in the conference. Lauren played varsity basketball at CHS for three years for coach Rick Berry. Thomas Delgado photo CHS Track and Field team results from recent meet Come by on ThJrsday, April 9 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Seventh-day Adventist School's visitalion day and see why Caleb loves Cloverdale Seventh-day Adventist School so m uchi! The school is located at 1081 S. Cloverdale Blvd. For more information I call 894-5703. iWALK cloverdale , Jeff and Tina "rate POWER-STEERING FLUID LEAKS One ef the first indications that a vehi- cle's power steering pump is running dry is a howling noise created when turning the steering wheel. This sound should )rempt an immediate check ef the hoses running from the power steering pump to the steering gear. The seals at either end of the pump's shaft may begin te leak after the vehicle has logged a let ef miles. The rack-and-pinion steering units found en many vehicles usually develop inter- nal leaks as well, which cause the boots over the inner tie-rod ends te fill with fluid. Recirculating-ball steering units have seals that may fail, too. While step- leak additives may stave off repair for awhile, replacement with a remanufac- tured unit provides a long-lasting fix. HINT: Power steering fluid is just one ef the important fluids in a vehicle that should be checked regularly to ensure that the systems they serve continue to operate unfailingly. The Cloverdale High School Track and Field Team recently host- ed a meet with Sonoma Academy, Laytonville and Mendocino and came out victorious in the March 25 home event. The varsity boys defeated sono- ma Academy by a score of 78 to 68 and had easy wins against smaller teams from Laytonville and Men- docino. Team Scoring: 4xl relay, David Whitaker, Wesley Hetrick, Ruben Guzman and Chayton Osman, 50.1, first plaCei! !i6 meters Jesse LeG 5:06.2, third; 110 high hurdles, Fred Westenberg, 21.0, second; 400 meters, Jesse Lee, 59.8, second; 100 meters, Chayton Osman, 12.1, sec- ond; David Whitaker, 12.3, third; Fred Westenberg, 12.7, fourth; 800 meters, Jesse Lee, 2:21.6, second; 300 hurdles, Jack Giulliano, 49.7, first; Ruben Guzman, 50.0, second; St. Patricks wins recent Cloverdale softball tourney The Cloverdale Eagles hosted in the bottom of the 6th. "It was a their annual softball tournament good game," the coach said. Whit- last week, starting on Thursday af- ternoon, April 2. St. Patricks downed Middletown, 7-0 in the first game of the tournament on Thursday. There were two games on Friday. Ursuline fell to Berean Christian, 10-6 and Salesian beat E1 Molino 11-8. The Eagles had a bye on Friday so ended up playing three games on Saturday, which was a pretty ex- hausting schedule according to coach Margaret Fitzgerald. The Eagles played Salesian at 9 a.m. on Saturday and won 9-4. Brit- tany Vandagriff was three for five with three runs scored; Allison Marrone was one for three with one run, Cherise McEnery was two for four with one run, two hits, one double and one RBI; Megan Marin- cic was one for four with an RBI; Kenna Ruiz was one for three with one run; Nichole Karis was 0 for two with one run;; Michaela Law- son was three for four with a dou- ble with two runs scored. At 11 a.m. the Eagles went over to Washington School field to play E1 Molino. The Eagles beat them 7-6 ney Edens was one for four with a home run; Brittany Vandagriff was one for four with a run scored; Alli- son Marrone was one for three with a home run and an RBI; Cherise McEnery was one for three; Megan Marincic was two for three with a run scored, Kenna Ruiz was one for two with a run scored. For their third game of the day the Eagles played St. Patricks for the championship and lost 15-0 in five innings. The game was played at 3 p.m. and the Eagles were "ex- hausted," according to their coach. Nevertheless, the Eagles got five hits off of St. Patricks. Whitney Edens was one for three; Megan Marincic, one for two; Brittany Vandagriff, one for three; Michaela Lawson, one for two, and Jessica Stuber, one for two. Overall it was a good tournament, according to the coach, with the Eagles making it to the championship bracket. The Eagles start league play on Thursday, April 9 wih a home game in Cloverdale sarting at 4 p.m. at Daly field. This weekend the Standley Cup tournament is scheduled. Bring your kids to annual Lions Club Easter Egg hunt! The Cloverdale Lions Club will hold its annual Easter Egg hunt, Satur- day, April 11, free for the children of Cloverdale at the Jefferson School Little League field. Complimentary pictures, sponsored by Longs CVS, will be taken with the Easter bunny from 9 to 10 a.m. The Easter Egg hunt will begin promptly at 10 a.m. 1400 hard boiled colored Easter eggs will be hidden, plus Iongs CVS will also be providing candy filled plastic eggs and 16 special eggs that can be redeemed for prizes! The hunt will be divided into three age groups: Pre-School; Kindergar- ten and First grade, and Second and Third grade children. This annual event has been a long standing Cloverdale tradition. So bring your kids and an empty basket on Saturday, April 11 to Jefferson School. The Cloverdale Lions club also wishes to thank Longs Drugs CVS for their continuing support of this community event. 3200 meters, Wesley Hetrick, : 13:27.4, third; 4x4 relay, Kyle Schmidt, Ruben Guzman, Wesley Hetrick, Jesse Lee, 4:10.8, first; shot, David Whitaker, 39'10", first; Chay- ton Osman, 35'10", second; Martin Rangel, 32 '5", third; discus, Antho- ny Garcia, 101'6", first; Martin Ran- gel, 91'23", second; Kyle Schmidt, 78'11", fourth; high jump, Wesley ' Hetrick, 5'6", first; long jump, Chayton Osman, 17'5", first; Jack Giulliano, 16'11", second; David ; Whitaker, 16", fourth; triple jump, ]ack :Gilliano, 31,3", third,' Breff i Johnson, 28'2", fourth. The varsity girls' team defeated Sonoma Academy by a score of 117/73. Team Scoring: 4.1 relay, Alyssa Munson, Jenna Avansino, Stephanie Braithwaite, and Gaby ': Delagnes, 59.16, third; 1600 meters, , Shelby Lugenbill, 6:56.9, third; Di- ana Martinez, 6:59.2, fourth; 100  hurdles, Maria Dilley, 20.3, first; 400 meters, Lilliano Lopez, 1:13.8, second; Pressley Macias, 1:29.4, third; 100 meters, Alyssa Munson, 13.7, second; Gaby Delagnes, 14.1, , third; Jenna Avansino, 14.5, fourth; 300 hurdles, Maria Dilley, 56.9, first; Stephanie Braithwaite, 1:03.6, ', second; 200 meters, Gaby Dela- ', gnes, 30.2, second; Alyssa Munson, 31.0, third; 3200 meters, Shelby ", Luginbill, 15:48.3, first; Diana Mar- tinez, 15:54.5, second; Lucia Silva, ! 16:30.2, third; 4x4 relay, Alyssa Munson, Stephanie Braithwaite, Lilliana Lopez, Gaby Delagnes, : 4:56.9, first; Shot,. Emily Lyeth, 26'6.5", first; Jenna Avansino, 25', second; Katelynn Arthur, 23'8.5", third; Lucia Silva, 20' 6", fourth; Discus, Emily Lyeth, 70'3.25", first; ' Katelynn Arthur, 59', third; Celine Rodriguez, 48'6", fourth; High Jump, Jenna Avansino, 3' 8", first; Pressley Macias, 3'7", second; Long Jump, Maria Dilley, 13'2", second. The junior varsity boys team did < not have an opponent. Team Scor- ing: 4.1 relay, Logan Sauder, Rob-  bie Arthur, Zach Bloom, Arley Travizo, 54.1, first; 1600 meters, Robbie Arthur, 6:51.8, first; MartIn Sanchez, 6:54.5, second; 110 high hurdles, Zach Bloom, 23.0, first; 400 meters, Kohl Hook, 66.8, first; 100 meters, Austin Schmidt, 12.7, first; Arley Traviso,'12.8, Second; 800 meters, Kohl Hook, 2:54.4, first; 300 hurdles, Zach Bloom, 61:3, first; 200 meters, Arley Travizo, 29.4, first; Robbie Arthur, 30.1, second; 3200 meters, Terry Knutson, 14:28, first; 4x4 relay, Robbie Arthur, Austin Schmidt, Logan Sauder, Ma- son Maccuri, first; Shot, Juan Belt- ran, 32', first; Alex Navarro, 31' 8", second; Austin Schmidt, 31'4", third; Discus, Juan Beltran, 85'.2", first; Alex Navarro, 67'6", second; Kyle Adamson, 50' 10.5", third; High Jump, Logan Sauder, 4' 10", first; Alex Travizo, 4'7", second; Mason Macurri, 4'7", Third; Long Jump, Logan Sauder, 14'3", first; Alex Navarro, 13'9", second; Triple Jump, Austin Schmidt, 30'7", first and Logan Sauder, 29'9", second. North Central League I South baseball starts on April 9