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Page 6 -- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2010 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WO00RKS Brakes pc;N & ])PtWC;;e Tune-Ups Work Timing Belts Gllarailiteed cv Joints Oil Change & Lube Fuel injection Service A.C. Repairs & Conversions ASE Master Tech 894-3614 101 N. Cloverdale Blvd. SINK LAW OFFICE TRUSTS, ESTATE8 , REAL PROPERTY THOMAS REED SINK* MARY PAYNE SINK * CERTIFIED SPECIALIST IN ESTATF PLANNING. TRUST AND PROBATE LAW STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION 144 8OUTH CLOVERDALE BLVD. CLOVERDALE (707) 894-3941 MNKLAW@SABER.NET WWXKSINKLAWOFFICE.COM  Bill & Debbie Andrew 3BR/1BA $160,000 3BR / 21/2 BA Rancho de Amigos $285,000 Custom 4BR/3BA with pool $584,000 3BR/SBA 80-acre custom homein Hopland $814,000 IAUREN Needs a Home!  Healdsburg Animal Shelter Lauren is a little shy at first, but loves to be held and petted. She came here as a stray, which is hard to be- lieve as she is so affectionate. She likes other cats and would probably do best with another one at home to play with and being an indoor only cat is preferred for her. She loves people and would like to go home with a loving family. .570 Westside Rd., Healdsburg 431-3386 Tues-Sat 11-4 Sun 12-4 www.Healdsburgshelter.org SponsoredBy: Animal Hospital of Cloverdale, 20 Industrial Dr. 894-3951 , HALF OFF SPECIALS.el 10x20 to 10x25112 Off Three Months .All others 112 Off Two Months EMPIRE MINI STORAGE - CLOVERDALE - At Empire Mini Storage we make storing your belongings easy! A state of the art facility featuring professional resident managers! t IComputer keypad gated entry, All units have fire sprinklers d are individu- I L aiiy alarrned. 24 hour video surveillance 7 day a week access. ) Office hours: Mon. -Sat. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Sun. Access hours: 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. Everyday & Holidays 120 SANDHOLM LN., CLOVERDALE - 894-3100 empirecto@earthlink.net www.empireministorage.com The Cloverdale Eagles Varsity Baseball Team: In back from left: Jim Lampert, assistant coach; Dylan 6omes, Colby Johnson, Robby Rowland, Brandon Southard, and Damien Bird, assistant coach. Center row from left: Trent Kaher, Seth Lampert, Brett Southard, Tyler Dorsett, and Allen Silva; in front from left: Javiar Eligio, AJ. Wilson, Michael Reynolds, and Beau Gastineau. The Eagles played Willits last Wednesday and won 10-1; played Upper Lake on April 23 and won 13-12. The Eagles have eight wins and five losses with two wins and one loss in North Central League I South competition. Robby Rowland was the winning pitcher against Willits; Brandon Southard was winning pitcher against Upper Lake. Junior Varsity baseball games The Junior Varsity baseball team played two games last week, beat- ing Middletown 6-5. Winning pitch- er was Brett Robinson. They played Tomales next, downing them 15-4 with winning pitcher, Avery Ryan. Top hitters for the week were Dus- tin Moore, seven for nine; Zack Slet- ner, five for eight; Blake Jamieson, four for five; and Brett Robinson, three for three. Asti foot race will benefit local sports Eagle Pride Boosters and Asti Winery Cellar No. 8 are teaming up for a Vineyard 10K and 3K Fun Run/Walk Foot Race on Sunday, May 16. All proceeds benefit the Clover- dale youth and high school athletic programs. The beautiful course takes you through the gorgeous vineyards and hills at the winery and along the Russian River. All running is within the vineyards (no paved roads or traffic). Wine tasting will be available af- ter the race for those 21 years or older. The 3K Run wilt start at 8:15 a.m. and 10K to start at 8:45 a.m. Children 12 and under and se- niors 55 and older enter for $25. For those 13 years and older, the cost is $30. Sign up today at rdysetgo.com or call Dolph Green at 894-0277 or 479- 6334. Cloverdale Eagles Junior Varsity Baseball Team: In back from left: Zack Sletner, Mitch Carlson, Eddie Miltimore, Blake Jamieson, John Mariani, Tony Wilson, and Avery Ryan, in front from left: Andre Delagnes, Jason Hibblen, Chris Sterling, and Dustin Moore. Cloverdale downs Lower Lake and Upper Lake The Cloverdale Eagles varsity softball team had a good week last week, winning an interlock and a North Central League I South game. The Eagles defeated Lower Lake on Tuesday, 12-0. Kena Ruiz was winning pitcher with five strikeouts and giving up only two hits. The Eagles had one error. Cloverdaie had 11 hits on 12 runs. Whitney Edens was two for three with three RBIs and one home run. Whitney sc)red three times. Britta- ny Vandagriff was two for two with one RBI, and three runs scored; Cherise McEnery, three for five with four RBIs and a triple; Allison Marrone, one for one; Megan Marincic, 0 for three; Michaela Law- son, one for one; Kena Ruiz, 0 for three; Nichole Karis, one for three; Taylor Spaulding, one for three with one run scored. In a home game on Friday the Eagles beat Upper Lake, 11-1. Kena Ruiz had nine strikeouts, two hits and one walk. Cloverdale had 11 runs and 11 hits. Whitney Edens was three for three with a triple and three runs scored, Brittany Vandagriff, one for three with two runs scored; Cherise McEnery, one for two with a double and two runs scored; Allison Mar- rone, one for one with one run scored; Megan Marincic, two for three with a triple and two RBIs; Michaela Lawson, 0 for three; Ron- nilea Moore, one for three with one run scored; Nichole Karis, 0 for two; Kena Ruiz, one for three with a dou- ble; Michaela Lawson, one for three. The ,Eagles are hoping to be able to play both of their games this week against St. Vincent and Clear Lake. They are 2-0 in league and 12- 2 over-all. The game with Clear Lake is a home game on Thursday, starting at4 p.m. at Daly Field. Junior Varsity The junior varsity Eagles played Middletown on Tuesday, April 20, and lost 13-0. The junior girls played in the Ukiah tournament on Friday and Saturday. The Eagles lost to Ur- suline on Friday, 1-5; downed E1 Molino on Saturday, 7-5, then lost to Ukiah, 12-2 on Saturday. Both Danielle Perlenfein and Alyssa Ramirez pitched. This week the Eagles will face Fort Bragg on Friday, away starting at 4 p.m. Healdsburg band to perform May 16 The Healdsburg Community Band will present its annual Spring Concert, "Time Travels," on Sun- day, May 16 at a 3 p.m. matinee. The concert will be held at the Healdsburg Community Church which is located at 1100 University St., Healdsburg. The band, which is in its 26 th year of performing in and around Healdsburg, will play concert selec- tions from two centuries. Rossini's "Barber of Seville" and "William Tell Overture" will lead into, Jaime Texidor's "Amparito Roca," Modest Moussorgsky's "the Great Gate of Kiev,'and Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakov's "Procession of Nobles," ending up with John Will- iams' "Superman." The Healdsburg Community Band is open to musicians of all lev- els. It's members come from dynami- cally diverse backgrounds and oc- cupations who all have one love-making music on a large pal- let. Rehearsals are held at 7:30 p.m., each Tuesday night, at the Healds- burg High School music room. No auditions are required. Admission to the Spring concert is $10, and advance ticket purchase is recommended as this show typi- cally sells out early. Tickets may be purchased at Copperfield's Books, on the Plaza in Healdsburg, and from Band members. For further information, or to be put on the band's mailing list, please call Jim DeMartini at 894-5000. -Jim DeMartini Eagle Pride Booster Club helps support all CUSD sports teams port our local teams! Please visit www'clverdaleathletics'rg for schedule information. In concluding the winter sports season, both boys and girls basket- ball teams had very successful sea- sons, losing in playoffs to the eventual Northern California cham- pions in both cases. Both teams pro- duced NCL-I South League MVPs: Robby Rowland and Whitney Edens. It was a great season and one for Cloverdale to be proud of. Clo- verdale has a long-term commit- ment to basketball, and the Booster's Club is proud to support our town's successful basketball programs. With the current budget cuts in California, all public school dis- tricts are at risk of losing funding for programs such as the athletics. Eagle Pride Booster's Club supports all 22 athletic programs in the Clo- The spring athletic season for CUSD is in full swing! The high school girl's softball and boy's base- ball home games are at Daly Field, Cloverdale High School baseball field or at the City Park baseball field. The tennis team competes at the high school courts, and the track team competes at the high school track around the football field. We encourage the community to sup- The CHS Tennis team is led primarily by seniors this year. Seniors play in the number 1,2, and 3 singles positions and also have important roles in doubles positions. Eight of the team's 15 members will be graduating this spring. Congratulations to the following graduating seniors: Luz Edith Hernandez, Amanda Mittelstadt, Ernie Rodriguez, Ben Bosse, Steven Abba and Nikki Bernstein. Not pictured: Fred Westenberg and Cody Trettin. The community is invited to the grand opening of the tennis courts Saturday, May 15 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. verdale Unified School District, which includes Washington Middle School and Cloverdale High School. The Eagle Pride Boosters Club funds come from donations and memberships from many generous individuals and local businesses. The Eagle Pride Booster's Club would like to thank all of the gener- ous individuals and local business- es that have supported CUSD sports programs this year! Such an exam- ple is George Petersen Insurance Agency who has been a Booster's Club supporter for many years. Listed below is an example of one of the donations from the Eagle Pride Booster's Club. Here is an itemized list of the equipment we were able to fund for the CHS baseball team the 2010 Spring Season: 12doz Rawlings r-100 game balls, 10 dozTag practice baseballs, 1 Demarini 33" CF4 Bat, 1 E a s t o n Stealth 33# bat, 2 H & B K-100 wood Fungo Bats, 6 Wilson bat- ting helmets, 40 Richardson hats w/logo, 2 Glover scorebook refills, 4 pks T&B line up cards, 1 Tag L- screen replacement net, 1 L o u i s - ville 33# catchers glove. Subtotal $2774.52, shipping at 10% $277.45, tax $256.64 for a total of $3,308.61. We thank you and ask that you keep the athletic programs alive! Please support the Eagle Pride Booster's Club! The Eagle Pride Boosters Club is a non-profit 501-C3 organization (EIN#01-0819485). If you would like more information about joining the Eagle Pride Booster's Club, making a donation, or getting involved, please contact Dolph Green at 894- 0277. -John E. Johnson