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!es sweep first track meet e track meet at the newly con- Track Corn- segments of the Eagles Track victorious, both in as well as dual the overall scoring was 54, Deep Valley 49, and Point Arena was Cloverdale 51, extended [ helpers who run smoothly! in the 1600M and JV Chris Glasgow and triple jump. were as follows: G/rts 2nd, 6:37 ,2nd, 23.97 Brooke Fraser, 3rd, 24.00 1st, 4'2" 1:12.06 Btmrgler, 2nd, 14'1" 15.47 = 1st 64'8 3/4 ,Showers, 1st, 1:03.37 ,2nd, 1.8.84 1st, 23' 10 1/2 19'103/4" 31.88. Ist, 5:38.32 ,2nd, 5'6" ,3rd, 5"2" Long Jump, Ben Black, 2nd, 18'3" Long Jump, Daniel Lozano, 4th, 17'8" Long Jump, Ranjan Pillay, 5th, 16' 4 3/4" Discus, Ronnie Casllo, 1 st, 115' 11" Discus, Adam Fonma, 3rd, 104'10" Discus, Jerrod Meier, 4th, 9T8" 800M, Jerrod Meier, 2nd, 2:30.41 Shotput, Ronnie Castrillo, 2nd, 38'6 1/2" Shotput, Adam Fontana, 3rd, 37'8 1/2" Triple Jump, Daniel Lozano, 1st, 34' Triple Jump, Ranjan Pillay, 3rd, 33' 200M, Danie( Lozano, 2nd, 25.78 3200M, Ray Barney, 1st, 12:10.65 3200M, Jerrod Meier, 2nd, 13:32.43 160OM Re, Bamay, Bk, Fontar Mer 2nd, 4:26.20 J-VB Discus, Alex McNulty, 2nd 100M, Andras Lopez, 2nd, 12.69 100M, Chris Glasgow, 3rd, 13.44 Long Jump, Andres Lopez, 1st, 16'8" Long Jump, Chris Glasgow, 2nd, 15' 1 3/4" 800M, Alex McNulty, 2nd, 2:55 300M Hurdles, Alex McNulty, 1st, 1:04.82 Shotput, Chris Glasgow, 1 st, 32' 3 1/2" Sholput, Andres Lopez, 2nd, 32' 1 1/2" 200M, Andras Lopez, 2nd, 27.03 Triple Jump, Chris Glasgow, 1st, 28'4 1/2" The Eagle Tracks,era will com- pete on Wednesday, May 7 at Clearlake High in Lakeport. Following that meet will be the final Cloverdale home meet of 1997 on Monday, May 12. Any- one willing to help out at this meet should call the high school office at 894-1900. The team is looking forward to these next two meets and a strong finish to the regular season and the CMC League Meet at Mendocino JC on Sat., May 17. Eagles have good in NCL I activity Lyons week last week  wins, including an game with Fort played Wi]lits in a game on April 28, and a home game. Zita 11 strike-outs. for run and Cindy Besio Apr. 30, the to Lower Lake Konik pitched a no She also had five "That was a good her," noted coach Mar- "That was an thing to do. The final ; two for three runs; Heidi Yanglin four; Cindy Besio, with one run and ;Zita Konik, two for four !run and one RBI; Van- one for three with the Fort Bragg game, tes finally won 5- k-stopper. The his health to get his md then with might and to regain his health Unknown Eagles were down 4-3 in the top of the 7th but pulled it out in the bottom with two runs. Casey McIntosh had a hit; then Cindy Besio moved her around to sec- ond; after stealing third McIn- tosh was hit in by Zita Konik for the game-tying run. Konik was on first base, Cindy Besio on third when Heidi Yanglin hit a high fly ball .Ce.uter elfl and Besio made thewnnipg run. "It was an awesome game," said coach Fitzgerald - and a "good week." This week the Eagles will play Willits and arch rival, Clear Lake on May 9 at home. The Eagles trail Clear Lake by one game for the North Central League I title. The Eagles have lost two league games to Clear Lake's one. Next in league standings are Fort Bragg, Kelseyville, Willits, and Lower Lake. Hitting for the Fort Bragg game were Danielle Bird who was two for four; Casey McIn- tosh, one for four, Cindy Besio, one for four with one run; Zita Konik, two for four with an RBI; Heidi Yanglin, two for three with one run and an RBI; Shelley Camilli was one for two; Caitlin Jensen, one for two with an RBI. At Cloverdale Willits - 000 000 0 - 0 Cloverdale - 010 001 x - 2 At Lower Lake Cloverdale - 101 001 2 - 5 Lower Lake - 000 000 0 - 0 At Cloverdale Fort Bragg - 030 100 0 - 4 Cloverdale - 201 2 - 5 Retrpeet/ve Art Show Show Committee and the Friends of the Library are to present an Art Show during May of painting and other Sam Sharp, 1926-1997. We will have a reception on 6 pm. We will serve refreshments and give an opportunity to socialize with those who knew Sam. Interim Grand Jury Report on 911 Service of this are available in the library for patrons to the recent reports on the Highway 101 trans- on Sonoma County Bikeways Plan, the Russian the Healdsburg Summer Dam Fish Ladder, and these local lh,-ehod Ste  at zo am. IAbrarian Anne Marie Murphy will offer the last school year on Tuesday, May 13 at 10 am. prepaF4ng for our very popular Summer Reading ) in d-June. Night o. Wednesday, May 28, at 7 pm have a pajama storytime for younger children on Wednes- with stories, songs, and a craft activity. those who out our survey r of our library patrons to see what they need when they use the library. As one branches we frequently have to order books from to fill requests for our readers. This system seems ;well, since most surveys were very positive and of the service we give. Again, thank yo May 7, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 5 Extensive work has been done to the Cloverdale High School track, including the construction of s new concrete curb and new track surface. On April 30, at the first home meet the Improved track was dedicated in the memory of Herb Nunn, former track coach and teacher for many years at CHS who passed away in the late 1980's. Several people were respon sible for the work Including"rex Dickens, CHS lead custodian and Lions Club member who is responsible for getting the track into shape every year. The track has been named the Dickens Track Complex in his honor. Also responsible for the new track: Bob Andersen Backhoe and Excavating that supplied the crew and engirmering know-how and the Cloverdale Lions Club who's sizeable donation paid for most of the surface of the track. (Above) Helen Nunn (Herb's wife), Charles Richardson of the Lions Club, Tex Dickens, Ronny Moore and Dylan Mills PC Intro course in Healdsburg t'v ay 10 "Introduction to the PC," a one- da, non-credit course designed for the person who knows noth- ing about computers, will be held Saturday, May 10, at Healds- burg High School. The class, sponsored by Santa Rosa Junior College, the Rod- wood Empire Small Business Development Center, the Clo- verdale Chamber of Commerce and the Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce, will meet from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. Registration fee is $35 per person. =This is a course for people who have virtually no experi- ence with computers," said John Taylor, course instructor. "It's for someone who was given a computer and doesn't know how to turn it on, or for the business owner who wants to begin using computers for business transac- tions but can't tell a mouse from a printer." For information and reserva- tions call 527-1770. Becky Buergler, an 18-yser-old senior at Cloverdale High, shoipuis. Cloverdale High School Sophomore Katie Gunnink high Jumps. II II I I III I I I IIIIIIIIIII ' ,i o, Richard Heather, Jr. (center) was honored at Manzanlta Manor for Ida mlreculous recovery after havlng a braln aneurlsm last year. (From left) The staff at Manzanlta who helped, Slmon Everltt, OTR; Rlch- ard's sleter, Nanstta Heather; Richard; Kevln Conway, RPT; and Rehab Director Judy Karah, MS, CCC, SP. M00nzanita Nursing and Rehabilitation Center helps patient regain his life Manzanita Nursing and Rehabilitation Center honors a resident every month for their achievements in the therapy department. This month Richard Heather Jr., 33, of Penngrove, is being honored. On December 28, 1996, Richard suffered a ruptured cerebral aneurysm which leR him severely impaired in his ability to walk, get dressed, shower, and.perform many simple daily activities. In addition, Richard has experienced difficulty in the areas of concentration, memory and problem solving. Richard was admit- ted to Msnzani on February 26, 1996, and has undergone extensive physical, occupational, and speech therapy here at Manzardta for the past two months. He has made remarkable improvement in all areas and is now walking with a splint, with no other assistance. He has demon- strated a very high level of motivation and dedication to improving on a daily basis. His father has visited him every day of his stay at Manzanita and given him a great deal oflov and support. Richard was honored at a party on April 24th, with his favorite food being served "Snickers Bars". Everyone is happy about Richard's progress and the fact he will be going home this week, with the support of Care Home Health Services following him. All of the staff at Manzanita wish Rick the best of luck and happiness for his future and continued improvement in his physical well-being. Amy Showers (I), a 17-year-old Juniorand Brooke Fraser, a 17-year- old sophomore at Cloverdale High School Jump hurdles at the meet. Ponytail League to provide Mother's Breakfast The Cloverdale Ponytail League is planning a pancake breakfast Mother's Day, Sun- day, May 11. The breakfast will be served at the Washington School Cafeteria from 8 am to 12 pro. Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door. There will be a special surprise for all mom's who attend. For tickets or more information contact your neighborhood softball player or call Wendy LaRue at 894-4276 or Barbara Mulligan at 894-2835. Amanda Plumley, a 17-year-old Junior races around the newtrack. THINK OF IT AS A REALLY BIG .CASH HACHINE. With a home equity loan or line of credit from American Savings Bank, you can convert your home's equity into piles of cash. And with low monthly payments, fixed interest rates and no fee options, we give you more to spend on the fun stuff. Just give us a call for details. 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