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www, cloverdaiereveUle.com May 3, 2018 The Cloverdale Reveille Page 9 7 Lady Eagles stay unbeaten with dominant victories By Greg Clementi Sports Editor Cloverdale High School baseball and softball teams continued to thrive in recent league action, combining for four wins in five outings. The Lady Eagles' varsity softbaUers (7-0, 10-0) remained unbeaten on the season with dominant home and road wins over Clear Lake (6-1) and WiUits (25-3). At press time Cloverdale was bracing for a first-place showdown with defending NCL 1 champion Kelseyville in the friendly confines on May 1, with the winner hav- ing a leg up on the 2018 pen- nant. The ladies will travel to Fort Bragg on Thursday, May 3 and visit Kelseyville in a road rematch on May 7. All games start at 4 p.m. Meanwhile the varsity boys (5-4, 8-6) scored two wins in three games, starting with a 14-0 non-league rout at Healdsburg on April 23. The Eagles lost a tough, 1-0 contest to Clear Lake on April 24 but rebounded with an 11-0 shel- lacking over Willits on Friday. "This was arguably the strongest played game by the Eagles this season," CHS coach Ben West said after Friday's win over Willits. "Kamrin Mitchell threw a complete game shut-out, and excellent approaches at the plate helped us put up 11 runs. Defensively, we were solid with no mistakes." Cloverdale will host Kelseyville on May 1 and entertain Healdsburg May 2. The Eagles will travel to Fort Bragg this Friday, May 4. First pitch for all games is 4 p.m. Ladies stay perfect Cloverdale faced a good test in an April 24 home clash with Clear Lake, with ace pitcher Tehya Bird doing the job with her arm and bat in an impressive 6-1 victory. Bird (7 IP, 2 hits, 1 ER, 8 Ks) was dom- inant on the mound, while leading the team at the plate with three hits, including a triple and home run. Other top hitters were Heather Sterling (1 for 3, RBI), Vanessa Fisher (1 for 3, RBI), Alyssa Moffet (1 for 3, run) and Janaye Hammond (1 for 2). There was never a doubt in the April 25 trip to Willits, exploding for 15 runs in the first two frames en route to a 25-3 romp in five innings. Bird (2 IP, 1 hit, 0 runs, 3 Ks) notched the win while Fisher (3 IP, 2 hits, 2 ERs, 3 Ks) closed it out. Pacing the 16-hit attack Photo Greg Clementi POWER SURGE -- Sophomore Tehya Bird launched two home runs and drove in a combined 11 runs in wins over Clear Lake and Willits last week. DEALING -- Keller Sibert was unlucky in Clear Lake on April 24. were Lane Hughes (6 for 6, 2B, 2 runs, 7 RBIs), Bird (3 for 3, HR, 6 runs, 8 RBIs), Fisher (2 for 4, 2 RBIs) and Sterling (2 for 4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs). Eagles on a roll The varsity baseball squad is playing its best ball of the season after a string of strong performances. Cloverdale pounded out 17 in five innings, making a winner out of pitcher Dylan Scaramella (4 IP, 3 hits, 0 runs, 3 Ks) in a 14- 0 romp. Collin Patterson pitched one inning of scoreless relief while leading hitters were Photo Greg Clementi firing a stellar, complete-game four-hitter in a 1-0 loss to James Wirt (3 for 4, 3B, HR, 3 safely for the Eagles were runs), Josh Lemley (3 for 4, 3 Patterson (1 for 3), Wirt (1 for runs), Keller Sibert (2 for 4), 2) and Lemley (1 for 3). Scaramella (2 for 4, run), The Eagles jumped on host Drew Edens (2 for 3, 2B, run), Willits for six runs in the first BJ Grady (1 for 2, run), two frames on Friday, tacking Patterson (1 for 2, 2B), Kamrin on five more by the sixth on Mitchell (1 for 4, run), Tucker their way to an 11-0 shutout Morgan (1 for 1, run) and Anthonie Rebottaro (1 for 2, run). Runs were in short supply the following day against vis- iting Clear Lake, as the Cardinals spoiled a great out- ing from Cloverdale pitcher Keller Sibert (7 IP, 4 hits, 0 victory. Mitchell (6 IP, 2 hits, 0 ERs, 4 Ks) claimed the win, while leading batters were Wirt (3 for 5, HR, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Mitchell (2 for 5, run), Ben Paine (2 for 4, run), Edens (1 for 3, 2B, run, 2 RBIs), Sibert (1 for 3, RBI), Patterson (1 for 2, run, RBI) and ERs, 6 Ks) in a 1-0 loss. Hitting Scaramella (1 for 2, RBI). Healdsburg. 473;8431 Cloverdale- 894 2540 718 Healdsburg Ave. 428 N. 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