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April 23, 1997, Cloverdale Revel,e, Page 5 league win for softball Lyons Eagles soft- now 5-0 in North Cen- I play had a suc- last week - defeat- Bragg 15-5 and The Willits game )r. 18 was rained week's game with Clear 5-0 in league play is portant one for Margaret Fitzgerald [rls for a nice come- in the Ft. Bragg game scored runs in the first in- job by down. They came m the fifth and sixth in- Being down is tough and for the Ft. Bragg game Bird, who was Heidi Yanglin, one Cindy Besio, two for With an RBI; Zita Konik, r five with a double and Shelley Camilli, one with an RBI; Caitlin one for three and an Jensen, three for nik winning pitcher. with Kelseyville, Bird was two for three; one for three with Zita Konik, three for RBI; Casey McIn- Chickenque set May 4 rOOster crows. That can t one thing. It's time to to the best party in annual 4-H Chiok- on Sunday, May 4, from the morning to 4:30 in at the beautiful Fairgrounds. beat the food and the price. For just you get one half of a barbecued chicken, ieen salad, rolls and but- a refreshing ice-cold slice of homemade cake, hundreds baked and by 4-H families. ts now from any or call Lorenda at 894-5808 or Lin- 894-5941. tosh, two for four; Erin Jensen, one for three with an RBI. Zita Konik pitched the shut- out. She struck out 10 and walked none. The Eagles are now 5-0 in North Central League I play and 11-2 overall. They meet Clear Lake on Tuesday, Apr. 22 and Kelseyville at home At Fort Bragg Cloverdale - 001 0113 0- 15 13 hits and three errors At Kelseyville Cloverdale - 100 012 0 - 4 8 hits and one error Kelseyville - 000 000 0 - 0 2 hits and no errors Eagles rained out for one but beat Fort Bragg 10-3 last week The Cloverdale Eagles varsity baseball team was rained out of one game last week, but defeated Fort Bragg 10-3 in a Tuesday, Apr. 15 game. Jeff Randolph was winning pitcher and had "quite a day," according to coach Rick Berry. He gave up a three run home run with the last batter in the last inning, but other than that he had a good game, striking out six hitters and giving up only two hits. Offensively, Randolph was three for four with two triples; David Bowen was two for three and scored twice; Jeff Angeli was two for three with a double and one run; David Smith had a two run home run in the third inning. The Eagles are 4-1 in North Central League I play and are leading the field, followed by Fort Bragg and Kelseyville. Their next game is Friday, Apr. 25 against Kelseyville at Cloverdale. The junior varsity lost to Fort Bragg last week, 10-5 but de- feated Middletown 13-8. At Fort Bragg Cloverdale - 504 100 0 - 10 Fort Bragg. 000 000 3 - 3 Little League opening day enjoyed by many Although Saturday morning was overcast and soggy, spirits were not dampened at Daly Field. Many parents and com- munity members turned out to support Little League kids. All the teams were assembled on the field and the ceremonies began. The Master of Ceremo- nies was Bob Perrault, who lead the crowd through the day. The Boy Scout Color Guard raised the flag and everyone joined in the pledge of allegience. Miss Sonoma County, Pierrette Robertson, then sang the Star Spangled Banner. The Board of Directors was introduced and thanked for all their hard work in getting t;he 1997 season underway. The team sponsors were announced and applauded for their active part in Little League. Every team member, coach, and manager was acknowledged from T-Ball to Senior League. The umpires were also thanked for their invaluable service. As the time for first pitch ar- rived, tribute was given to one of Cloverdale's own - Tony Villa. Tony has exemplified the char- acteristics of the Little League motto: Character, Courage and Loyalty, in his service to Little League, his church and his com- munity. Don Goodman led the players in the Little League pledge: "I trust In God. I love my country and will respect its laws. I will play fair and strive to win. But, win or lose, I will always do my best." The team went to their as- signed fields to play and the season began. "The board would like to thank everyone who pitched in and without whose help, this day would not have been possible," a board spokes- man stated. YOU rt Indian mln ? The Hopland Band of Pomo Indians Tribal Council cor- invite you to The Hopland Sho Ka Wah Casino Your Local Community & Casino Event" Friday, 25th beginning at 5 pm. You are invited to join the ack Tournament and 8-Line Video Tournament at 5 a Harley Davidson 1200 Custom Giveaway at 8 pm, you can listen to the music of the Blackhorse Blues Friday and Saturday 9 pm-1 am. 115 West First Street Cloverdale, California (707 894-380( On Saturdays, beginning at 4 pm, there will be music to Haze," a "Challenge the Stars" Video Tournament g local radio personalities, a local wine and beer g with all proceeds being donated to Project Sanctu- T, a 1973 "454" Red Corvette Giveaway at 8 pm. a wonderful outdoor BBQ by our own Sho Ka Wah Great fun and a Great Day! We'll see you there to Indian gaming and Project Sanctuary. itammmnmmm|mmn||mm| mmmmmmn|mmm b HOPLAND H INO Our Valued Customerl Come In and Have a FREE Spin on Us! Ilia IIEID i0 ale i IIIm i Ilgm Still Ilmll i ilml Illl el gilliE elm Just Bring this : Certificate In And Get A Free Spin on Any Of I Our Video Machines! : Redeem at Cashier's Cage-One certificate per person per day-S2 cash | value. Subjoet to  t#to omttmt  i cortitm mOutmion. Offer valid on 4-25 & 4-2697 ONLY. |  IBml BIIIB i i aim glgll IIIIB i allll IIOlB gin; "JI / / Council on Aging Dining Site Manager Rosemafle Martinique (r) honored Larry Brant Sargent for three years of faithful service as an Assistant Dining Site Manager and Senior Dine Room Volunteer and his wife (center) Rose Sargent for two years of service as a Senior Dining Room Volunteer. Cloverdale High School drama students will present Shakespeare's Twelfth Night May 16-17, 23-24. Performances begin at 8 prn In the east gym. Tickets are $,5 adults; $3 students or $2.50 with their student body cards. This Is the second Shakespeare play presented by CHS drama students. Zhdan RudnyckyJ is once again In charge of set design and Is creating an Incredible set. Twelfth Night Is a comedy about love, mistaken identity and practical Jokes. 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