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Page 6 -- WEDNESDAY, MAY 4,2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA This week's Feature Athlete Of ous sports, and works hard to make The Week is 12 year old 6th grader those around him proud. He looks Alex Uselton. Alex is a three sport up to his older brother Dowdy and athlete who is currently playing hopes to follow in his athletic foot- baseball on the Major League A's. steps. When it comes to his goals for He has been playing the game of this current baseball season he sire- baseball for the past seven years ply wants his team to "win." while also lacing 'el up on both the Personally Alex would like to football field and the basketball work hard and improve his ability court since the 4th grade. In baseball to throw the curve ball. Alex loves Alex is a catcher and part time pitch- to eat pizza, his favorite subject in er and 3rd baseman. In football, school is physical education, and his which is his favorite sport, this favorite number is 8. His favorite young athlete plays middle line- pro athlete is the New York Jets run- backer and running back. Out on the ning back Ladainian Tomlinson basketball court you can usually while his all time Cloverdale High find Alex out on the wing shooting School athlete was football player the jump shot from 20 feet out. Javier Eligio. Alex is an All-American kid. He When it came to this athlete's best rides bikes, skateboards, playsvari- and worst sports moments they both came from the grid iron as he remembers a football game in Up- per Lake where he actually jumped over the center and hit the quarter- back causing him to fumble the ball while in a different rain soaked game he dropped what he said was an easy interception and was a play he "should have made." Alex is an up and coming multi-sport athlete with a very bright future ahead of him. We would like to congratulate this week's Feature Athlete Of The Week, Alex Uselton. #8 Major League A's catcher Alex Uselton waits for the throw to home as Alex Uselton is our Feature Athlete Angels runner #7 Kamrin Mitchell slides into the plate, of the week. Brakes ~ Tune-Ups AJI Work Timing Belts CV Joints Guaranteed 0il Change & Lube Fuel Injection Service A.C. Repairs & Conversions 101 N. ASE Master Tech Cloverdale Blvd. I LIVE IN CLOVERDALE. I WORK IN CLOVERDALE. HOW COOL IS THAT? Arlene Epting Realtor@ DRE #01880507 Office: 894-5232 ...... ................. :: ........ DireCt: 894.4476 " ....................................... arleneepting @ gmail.corn www.C21 LesRyanGIoverdale.com 114 Lake St. CIoverdale AN i MA L l :/0 S P i T A L OF CLO ERDALE NEW TO CLOVERDALE? NEVER BEEN IN BEFORE? Come take advantage of our FREE EXAM COUPON for new clients. Whooping cough shots now required to enter 7th & 8th Beginning with the 2011-2012 school year, all students entering 7th through 12 grade will need to show proof of a Tdap (Whooping cough) booster. By law, students who do not have proof of a Tdap booster before beginning classes in the fall will not be able to start school. Td, DT or DTP boosters (if given before the 7th birthday) will not meet the requirement. Students who begin the school year earlier because of sports, such as football, soccer or cross country ; practice in must show proof of the vaccinatiozi before starting practice. !,,c/ Current exemptions based on per- '~ sonal belief or a medical issue are not valid for the new pertussis booster requirement. A new exemp- tion must be obtained. Exemption forms cannot be taken home and filled out. The forms must be filled out in the presence of school staff. For students currently in 6th -11t" grade, who need a Tdap booster, Sonoma County Department of Health will be offering a one time opportu- nity for all Cloverdale students in 6th -11th grade to receive a "free" Tdap booster. It will be offered on May 10, 2011,2-5 p.m., in the Clo- verdale High School East Gym. Consent forms will be sent home this week. Both (two) forms must be completed by parents and returned to the school for students to receive a booster. -Theresa Burke CHS Varsity Softball team pictured are: Coach Patty Bird, backrow left, Megan Marincic, Cherise McEnery, Whitney Edens, Taylor Spaulding and Coach Margaret Fitzegerald. Middle row left: Brittany Vandagriff, Danielle Perlenfein, Morgan Robinson,and Lindsay Harjak. Front row left: Jazmin Orozco, Elizabeth Marrone and Brooke Robinson. The Cloverdale Eagles varsity softball team played two games last week and is now 1-2 in North Cen- tral League I South play. On Monday the Eagles traveled to Upper Lake and downed the Cou- gars 25-0. Taylor Spaulding was the winning pitcher. Whitney Edens was three for three with five RBIs, a double, and four runs scored. Brittany Vanda- griff was three for three with three runs scored; Jazmin Orozco was one for five; Cherise McEnery, five for five with a single, a double, two triples, and four runs scored; Kim Mitchell was four for four with three runs scored; Megan Marincic, one for two with a grand slam. The bases were loaded when she hit a home run, unfortunately, as she rounded second base she hurt her knee and was out for the rest of the day. Beth Marrone was 0 for one with two runs scored and Morgan Robin- zy. "We will get a bad call and then son, one for three with three runs it gives them momentum. Any kind scored. "Upper Lake is a pretty of momentum with them is danger- weak team," commented coach Mar- ous. There are usually two or three garet Fitzgerald. calls against us," the coach said. A1- Next up was arch-rival Clear Lake though she added, it wasn't because at Lakeport. The Eagles lost in the of the bad calls that the Eagles lost, bottom of the eighth 17-16. "It was "we still should have won that ugly," said the coach, game," she said. The Eagle girls scored one run in This week the Eagles played St. the second inning, 12 in the third, Helena on Tuesday at home at 4 p.m. and two in the fourth and one in the at Daly Field. A Thursday Fort sixth. "It was a wild game with lots Bragg game will be played in Fort of ups and downs. We hit the heck Bragg. out of the ball but played average defense," the coach reported. The lady Cardinals scored most of their runs in the fourth and fifth innings. Whitney Edens was one for two with two runs scored; Brittany Van- dagriff was two for five with two runs scored and a double; Kim Mitchel was three for five with two runs scored and two RBIs; Cherise McEnery was one for five with two runs scored. Lindsay Harjak hit a home run in the second "over the fence." She also hit a grand slam with bases loaded in the third inning. She had six RBIs for the day. Jazmin Orozco was two for five with one run scored and two RBIs; Taylor Spauld- ing was two for five with one run scored; Beth Marrone was one for four with one run scored and Mor- gan Robinson was two for four with two runs scored. "It was a good day," coach Fitzt- #18 Senior Megan Marincic fouled gerald said. She noted, however, off two pitchesin a rowbefore driving that whenever the Eagles play Clear a ball over the second baseman for Lake (Lakeport) the umpiring is cra- a hit. Go to our website and print out the coupon today. Look Ibr other money saving offers every month at Call for Appointment! 894-3951 Freshman Kayla Seamans waits for a pitch in a game against the Healdsburg Greyhounds. SINK LAW OFFICE TRUSTS, ESTATES REAL PROPERTY THOMAS REED SINK* MARY PAYNE SINK CERTIFIED SPECIALIST IN ESTATE PLANNING. 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