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www cloverdalereveille com May 16, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille Page 9 and produce at the plate and Cloverdale visits No on the mound, we'll be 8-seeded Ferndale in successful." The complete list of NCS tourney opener Division 5 teams in seeding order is: Berean Christian, St. By Greg Clementi Bernard's, Athenian, The Bay Sports Editor School, St. Vincent, Fremont Christian, Branson, Ferndale, The varsity baseball Eagles Cloverdale, Urban, Stuart were rewarded for a strong Hall, University, Drew, regular season on Saturday, International and Head- landing the No. 9 seed in the Royce. North Coast Section Division 5 playoff tournament. Eagles wrap up league At press time the Eagles Cloverdale closed out the (10-11) were ready to hit the NCL1 campaign on against road for the NCS opener at visiting Lower Lake on May 7, No. 8 Ferndale (10-11) on May riding a great mound effort by 14, with the victor advancing senior Keller Sibert (5 IP, 3 to the quarterfinals to play hits, 0 ERs, 10 Ks) in cruising the winner of No. 1 Berean to a 12-1 rout in five innings. Christian versus No. 16 Head- The victory snapped a four- Royce on May 17 (weather game losing streak and gave permitting), the Eagles a final league "Going into the playoffs we record of 7-7. were expecting to be an 11 Pacing the Cloverdale bat seed, so we're happy to be a attack were Sibert (3 for 4, 2 nine seed and look forward to 2Bs, 3 runs, 3 RBIs), Tucker continuing our season," CHS Morgan (3 for 4, 2 2Bs, 3 runs, coach Ben West said. "We 2 RBIs), Drew Edens (2 for 2, 2 don't know much about our runs, 3 RBIs), CoUin (first round) opponent, but Patterson (2 for 3, 2B, 3 RBIs), that's not what is important. David Alvarez (1 for 1, 2 runs) If we as a team make the and Cesar Buenrostro (1 for 1, plays that should be made run). CLOVeAoA,e H.C. Sc.ooL to ERLINC OKLaI O 4a Weseeya U IVErSmTV Eagles COLLEGE BOUND -- Senior softball star Heather Sterling was flanked by her parents and coaches in a signing letter of intent to attend Oklahoma Wesleyan University on an athletic scholarship. Cloverdale enters NCS No. 9 Justin Siena game in a easily dispatching the quarterfinal match-up (date Trojans in a 10-0 shutout in Division 4 playoffs and time TBA). five innings. Cloverdale with 23-0 record The full list of NCS pushed across three runs in Division 4 teams in order of the second and another two By Greg Clementi seeding is: Cloverdale, in the third to gain Sports Editor McKinleyville, Cardinal separation, then plated two Newman, Salesian, St. more in the fifth to force an The Cloverdale Lady Patrick/St. Vincent, Arcata, early stoppage on the 10-run Eagles will start the final Piedmont, Saint Mary's, rule. phase of the 2019 season as Justin Siena, Kennedy, Tehya Bird (5 IP, 2 hits, 0 the team to beat this week Berean Christian and E1 runs, 7 Ks) notched her 23rd after landing the No. 1 seed Molino. win, while leading hitters in the 12-team North Coast were Janaye Hammond (2 for Section softball playoffs. Eagles run table 3, 2B, run), Bird (2 for 3, 2B, The Eagles were awarded The Eagles finished up anrun, 2 RBIs), Faith Holloman a first-round NCS bye and unbeaten, 14-0 league season (1 for 3, run, RBI), Alyssa will host the winner of the in the NCL1 finale against Moffett (1 for 2, 2 runs), Lane No. 8 Saint Mary's versus visiting Lower Lake on May 7, Hughes (1 for 3, run, RBI), Photo provided ceremony after inking a Kaylee King (1 for 1, 2 runs) and Heather Sterling (1 for 2, run, 2 RBIs). Sterling signs with college Senior softball star Heather Sterling recently signed a letter of intent to attend Oklahoma Wesleyan University on an athletic scholarship next fall. The multi-sport star achieved immortality last season with a clutch, two-out, bases- loaded double to lift the Eagles to an NCS championship win over St. Vincent. POLnT|C$ LAND USE CRtP E ENV|RGNr ENT AGRICULTURE H O.U, SJ.N.G T RAN $ P O RTAT.IO N WASTEWATER HEALTH CARE SPORTS EDUCATtGH OPINIONS MISS A SINGLE CALL 894 3339 TO SUBSCR|BE Photo Rick Scaramella RISING STAR -- Freshman David Alvarez has been a great addition to the NCS playoff-bound Eagles' varsity baseball squad this season. DEBATE: Continued from Page I Pennington was asked to lead the debate team in November, but they have been steadily placing higher year after year. To get to the California State Speech and Debate Competition, they had to win the regional competition that was held earlier this year. Last year they placed second in that competition, this year placing first, which enabled them to head on to State. "For me what ended up being the most rewarding aspect was watching their growth it's blowing me away," Pennington said. Of the debate team members -- Jovanny Gonzalez, Ashley Carrillo, Angelina Carrillo, Leslie Cardenas and Silvia Navarro -- some are in their second year of debate. However, Pennington said that he believes that all of the students intend to continue on with the program as long as they're able to. During the competition, the students had to debate both the pros and cons of technology -- specifically whether it enhances or hinders the classroom. This topic followed them throughout the leaderboards of the regional and state speech competitions. The competitions proved useful to the students, who said that participating in speech and debate has made them more confident public speakers. During the team's presentation at a May 8 Cloverdale Unified School District board meeting, student Ashley Carillo discussed how the competition emphasized not rushing into an argument, and thinking through discussion points. "People get angry and they just say it and they're not really laying down. 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