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Page 12 The Cloverdale Reveille April 18, 2019 www, cJoverd JereveHJe,com Photo Greg clement( ROCK AND FIRE -- Jufflot',~oftball pitching ace Tehya Bird has been nearly unhittable through the first month of the seasonl leading the Eagles to a 13-0 record. By Greg Clementi Helena was a see-saw battle, made two runs scored in the Sports Editor as the Eagles got a three-run first inning stand up in an dinger from Logan Axell in eventual 2-1 victory. Starting The varsity baseball the opening frame to grab a pitcher Keller Sibert (6 IP, 8 Eagles hit a road-bump in a 4-0 lead. The cushion washits, 2 ERs, 7 Ks) deserved a string of league outings last short-lived, as the Saints better fate, while leading week, dropping two of three fought back to knot the batters included Tyler Ruys games played, contest at 4-4 in the second. It (1 for 2, 2B, RBI), Patterson (1 Cloverdale opened the was all the Eagles could for 2, run) and Lemley (1 for stretch with losses to St. muster the rest of the way as 3). Helena (6-4) and Middletown St. Helena went on to a 6-4 Cloverdale closed out the (2-1), closing out the stretch win. week on a high note in with a much-needed 4-3 win Sharing pitching duties Friday's visit to Lower Lake, at Lower Lake in eight were David Alvarez (4 IP, 6 getting an outstanding innings, hits, 2 ERs, 5 Ks), Dylanpitching performance from At the time of this writing, Scaramella (1.2 IP, 1 hit, 4 Patterson (8 IP, 6 hits, 3 ERs, the Eagles (4-3, 7-7) were ERs, K) and Col]in Patterson 9 Ks) to pull out a 4-3 win in prepping for an April 16 trip (0.1 IP, 0 hits, 0 runs). Top eight innings. Top hitters to Clear Lake, before hitter&were Axell (1 for 3, were Axell (3 for 4, run), returning home to host HR, run, 3 RBIs), Josh Lemley Lemley (3 for 3, RBI)I Drew Willits this Friday, April 19. (1 for 3, run, RBI), Patterson Edens (2 for 3, HR, 2 runs, Cloverdale will travel to(1 for 3, 2B, run) and Alvarez RBI), Sibert (2 for 5, run), Kelseyville on April 23. All (1 for 2). Patterson (2 for 4, RBI), games start at 4 p.m. The bats were quiet againScaramella (1 for 3), Alvarez Eagles take one the following day at (1 for 5, RBI), Spencer Hoover The April 9 clash with St. Middletown, as the Mustangs (1 for 2) and Ruys (1 for 1). Bird fires perfect game Margaret Fitzgerald reported, for 14 runs in the fifth inning "We have an important game to force an early stoppage to at St, Helena at Clear Lake, who only has win 22-0. Bird (5 IP, 2 hits, 0 one league loss." ru.o, zo I o) wao noarly By Greg Clementi At press time the Eagles unhittable, while leading the Sports Editor were prepping for an April 16 team at the plate (3 for 4, 2B, 2 visit to Clear Lake, before HRs, 0 RBIs). Other top Legendary football coach returning home to host hitters included Martinez (3 Vince Lombardi once said, "If Willits this Friday, April 19. for 3, 2B, 3 runs, 2 RBIs), you chase perfection, you can Cloverdale will visit Sterling (3 for 4, 4 runs, RBI), catch excellence." Kelseyville next Tuesday,Hughes (3 for 5, RBI), Vanessa That may be the mantra April 23. All games start at 4 Fisher (2 for 5, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), for the Cloverdale Lady p.m. Aly Bernal (1 for 2, 2B, run, Eagles softball team this Eagles' trifecta RBI), Janaye Hammond (1 for season, making short work of Cloverdale opened its 2, 2 RBIs), Faith Holloman (1 the competition through the latest stretch in an April 9 for 1, 3 runs, RBI) and Kayli first month of the campaign, trip to St. Helena, pounding King (1 for 3, run, RBI). The Eagles continued their Saints' pitching for 16 hits to Cloverdale closed out a diamond dominance on the notch a 17-0 rout in fivedominant week on Friday at NCL1 circuit, dismantling innings. Ace pitcher Tehya Lower Lake, mounting road foes St. Helena (17-0), Bird fired a perfect game, not another 16-hit attack en route Middletown (22-0) and Lower allowing a single batter to to a 22-1 romp. Bird (7 IP, 4 Lake (18-1) to push their reach base in a no-hit, no-run, hits, ER, 11 Ks) notched her unbeaten record to 7-0 in no-walk performance. 13th win, while leading league and 13-0 on the season. Leading the hitting corpshitters included Moffett (3 for Cloverdale's success is no were Heather Sterling (3 for 4, 4, 3B, 3 runs, 4 RBIs), fluke, combining outstanding 3 runs, RBI), Bird (2 for 2, 2b, Martinez (3 for 5, run, 2 RBIs), pitching with solid defense HR, 4 runs, 4 RBIs), Alyssa Hughes (2 for 4, 2B, run, 3 and a ferocious hitting attack Moffett (2 for 3, 2 runs, RBI), RBIs), Sterling (2 for 5, run, that is leaving opponents in Lane Hughes (2 for 5, 2B, 2 RBI), Ahnna Randolph (1 for the dust. runs, 3 RBIs) and Nicky 2, run), Fisher (1 for 5, 2B, 2 "It really has been a team Martinez (2 for 3, run, 2 RBIs). runs, RBI), Bird (1 for 4, 3 effort and everyone on the The Eagles continued to runs, 2 RBIs), Holloman (1 for team is showing : : pound the ball the following 1, 2 runs), Maci Hernandez (1 improvement as the season day at Middletowil, racing to for 2, run) and Hammond (1 l rogresses," veteran coach an 8-0 lead before exploding for 2, 3 runs, RBI) i::i1 Photo Rick Scaramella SPRING HF T -- Collin Patterson fired eight innings to help notch a 4-3 win at Lower Lake on Friday. 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