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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2011 -- Page 7 Feature Athlete Ofhe Week: Kelsi Sibert This week's Feature Athlete Of The Week is 14-year-old Cloverdale High School 9th grader Kelsi Sibert. Kelsi is a two sport athlete who has made the adjustment from the in- door courts to the fields of red rock and white chalk. This young lady had herself quite an impressive start to her high school career as she and her teammates finished an impres- sive pennant winning basketball season on the Junior Varsity team going 12-4 on the year including winning their last eight games in a row to clinch the title. Kelsi is fundamentally well above her years. On the court her approach on defense and her ball handling skills are very impressive for an incoming freshman. She is the silent leader who may not al- ways be the high scorer or have the most steals but is the one who makes the key shot or gets the key steal when it is needed the most. Kelsi is currently playing on the Junior Varsity Softball team where she is an infielder who splits time between 2nd base and 3rd base. When it comes to hitting, fielding a ground ball, or any other aspect of the game, this soft baller has shown that she has learned a lot in her 10 years in the game. The way she ap- proaches a ground ball, the path she brings the bat through the zone, or even the simple toss to first base, Kelsi displays above average funda- mental softball skills. She will be fun to watch the next few years. Kelsi's favorite subject in school is English, her favorite food is piz- za, and her favorite number is 12. When asked about her team goals this year in softball she was down to earth and realistic with her re- sponse; "to do the best we can and win a lot of games." As far as a per- sonal goal she would like to im- prove as much as she can. One of her best sports moments that came to mind was when she hit a triple in a game and was able to go home when the opposing team over threw third base. A wonderful kid with a very bright future. We would like to congratulate this week's Feature Athlete Of The Week Kelsi Sibert. Onewin andone IossforJVs The Cloverdale junior varsity baseball team had one loss and one win last week. The Eagles won 10 to three. Andre Delagnes was one for three and scored one run; Logan Tate was one for two; Cory Kenney, one for three with one run; Isaiah Warren was one for two and scored a run. Pitchers were Andre Delagnes who pitched three innings and gave up four runs; Jason Hibbeln pitched two innings and gave up no runs; Cory Kenney pitched two innings and gave up six runs. In the game with Lower Lake, the Eagles won 9-7. Jason Hibbeln was three for four with two runs; Colby Meier went two for two and scored two runs; Josh Holden was two for four and scored one run; Tim Karis was two for four; Tony Wilson was one for four. Pitchers were Isaiah Warren who pitched two innings and gave up three runs; Logan Tate pitched one inning and gave up one run; Jason Hibbeln pitched four innings and gave up three runs. The Eagles are six and five and start North Central League I South play this week against Clear Lake. They are also scheduled to play St. Helena away on Friday, April 15. Photosby Charlie Delfino Junior Varsity 9th grader Kelsi Sibert drives the ball past an Analy defender Kelsi Sibert, Feature Athlete of the for a double in a recent home game. Week. Base runner Adrian Gutierrez looks for instruction from his coach in a recent Minor League game. iliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililililiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiii!!!!iiii #15 pitcher Andre Gluch about to fire the ball over the plate. Keller Sibert of the Minor League player pitch Padres displays perfect form while waiting for a ball to be hit his way. 120 SANDHOLM LN., CLOVERDALE - 894-3100 Sophomore junior varsity player Andrea Perez is set and ready for the ball. Payless Self Storage Forget all other Deals! We will BEAT any PRICE in town by $10 a month: 894-9300 HEALDSBURG PRINTING, INC. 20 MILL STREET HEALDSBURG. CA 95448 WWW.HEALDSBURGPRINTING.COM Young tee ball player Cole Grell having a great time at the ball park. Kiwanis members Susan Lile, Steve Tice and Andy Grose pose behind the giant machine that the Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale rents every year to make their fabulous, light and fluffy pancakes at their annual Mother's Day Breakfast. They've even been known to make "Mickey Mouse" pancakes, upon request! This year's breakfast will be held at the CHS Cafeteria from 8-11 a.m. The entire proceeds from the event will be used to support scholarships for deserving seniors at Cloverdale High School. Here's your chance for a double whammy feel-good experience! It's been 10 years since the first Cloverdale Kiwanis sponsored Mother's Day Breakfast, and what a tradition! Speaking of traditions, if you've got one for Mother's Day that doesn't include the Kiwanis Breakfast, then maybe it's time to re-visit what you are doing! The menu includes: pancakes, sliced ham, scrambled eggs, fresh strawberries, and several choices of beverage. Every mother who walks in the door is given a carnation to wear. The price is right - just $8 for adults and $4 for children. But, may- be even more importantly, all the proceeds from this event will be used to reward deserving students at Cloverdale High School with aca- demic scholarships. So, reward yourself with a fantastic breakfast, and in the process know that you are doing a very good deed! If you can't attend but you would like to support the scholarship cause, you can buy tickets, and give them to someone you know who can attend. Tickets may be pur- chased from any Kiwanis member, or they can be bought at the door. The event will be held on Sunday, May 8 at the Cloverdale High School Cafeteria from 8-11 a.m. There will be a photographer, with backdrop, available for a photo op- portunity of attendees and their loved ones on that day. A 5x7 photo will cost $5. Those wanting pictures will pay, and sign in with their name and address. 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