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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, MAY 18,2011 -- Page 7 Track and Field Team travels to St. Helena for Coastal Mountain Conference Meet The Cloverdale Eagles track and field team: in back from left: Cole MacDonald, Darin Marcucci, Austin Schmidt, Zach Bloom, John Grehko, Colton Wasniak, Dennis Lindelof and Joe Carillo; second row: Jordan Johnson, Ben Hennon, Manuel Gonzales, Angel Echols, Madison Stewart, Zach Zmerzl and Call Westfall; in front: Matt Hetricl:" Miguel Torres, Gabi Delagnes Sami Acevedo, Yari Sanchez, Ryan Knowles, Anthony Rink and Jackson Wurz. Not pictured: Roger Martinez, Morgan Carlson, Jaclyn Richardson, Chris Sterling, Ashley Gluch, Celene Rodriguez, Martin Sanchez, Marshall Jankovsky, Yanely Sanchez, Lilliana Gomez, Jose Torrez, and Victor Haro. Photos by Charlie Delfino The Cloverdate Eagle Tracksters competed at the Coastal Mountain Conference (CMC) Championship Meet at Saint Helena High School on Saturday, May 14. By placing in the top eight finish- ers, in an event, at the CMC meet the varsity runners/throwers qualified for the Class A Meet to be run on Saturday, May 21. The qualifying team members from Cloverdale were: Cloverdale varsity boys: Darin Marcucci, in both the 110 M high hurdles and the 300 M interme- diate hurdles and Roger Martinez in both the 1600 M and the 3200 M. John Grehko in the 400 M. For varsity girls, who were third place finishers in the meet, qualifi- ers include: Gabi Delagnes, 100 M; Angel Echols, 200 M and 400 M; Mad- ison Stewart, 400 M and 800 M; Sami Acevedo for 100 M, hurdles, and long jumps; and 4x100 and 4x400 re- lay teams of Sami Acevedo, Whit- ney Edens, Madison Stewart and Gabi Delagnes; Ashley Gluch, discus and and Jaclyn Richardson, shot. The junior varsity boys team con- cluded their season with a league second place finish and several N];AV TO CLOVERDALE? NEVER BEEN IN BEFORE? The Cloverdale Eagles Junior Varsity softball team includes, in back from left: Delani Waller, Andrea Perez, Reyna Herrera, Iris Silva, Celina Martinez, and Rachel Weathers; middle row: Dezaree Rebottaro, Laura Alvarado, Kelsi Sibert, Lauren Cheli, and Nancy Martinez; in front: Amy Mora, Kayla Seamans, and Tabitha Kitowski. CHS Lady Eagles have only one NCLI lea ue gameleft The Cloverdale varsity Eagles  softball team is wrapping up the season and will be either second or third place in the North Central League I South (NCL I) and coach Margaret Fitzgerald is hoping the team will go to the North Coast Sec- tion (NCS) play-offs. The Eagles downed Upper Lake in a home game last Tuesday, May 10, 22-4. Danielle Perlenfein was the winning pitching all five innings. She gave up the four runs. Whitney Edens was four for four, scored three runs, two RBIs and had a triple; Brittany Vandagriff was two for three with three RBIs and a triple; Kim Mitchell was one for two with two runs scored; Cherise McEnery was two for three with a home run and three runs scored; Lindsay Harjak was two for four with a triple and two RBIs; Jazmin Orozco was three for four with three RBIs; Beth Marrone was one for three; and Taylor Spaulding was one for three. The Eagles had a game scheduled for Thursday with St. Vincent, but the Petaluma team did not have enough players so ended up forfeit- ing the game. The Eagles will play St. Vincent this week, however, on Thursday May 19, in Petaluma; Tuesday, May 17, the Eagles played St. Helena away and on Friday will have the last home league game of the season with Willits. Friday&apos;s game is also "Senior Night." "The weather has really been a problem this year," noted coach Fitzgerald. Rescheduling games and make-ups has been a real has- sle. The junior varsity girls didn't play last week, but played St. Hele- na away on Tuesday, May 17 and will play Willits on Wednesday at home. Pictured is Simeon Vangerpen, Nick Marrone with an award for his archery achievments at an archery shoot in Alexander Valley. In April Harvest 4-H, along with four other 4-1-1 Archery groups traveled to Alexander Valley to participate in a 3D Archery shoot. Nick Marrone came in first place in his 9-11 age group. Pictured is Nick Marrone, left, and Mason Kostoff with the 3D Skunk. 120 SANDHOLM LN., CLOVERDALE - 894-3100 PTSA sponsors motivational speakers at Cloverdale High The Cloverdale High School PTSA (Parent, Teacher, Student Associa- tion) coordinated and sponsored two assemblies held at the high school in early May. Keith Hawkins, one of America's top youth speakers motivated students to make positive changes in their lives, as well as in school. The audience was captivated by his message, to make the world a better place where we understand and value all people by building meaningful relationships. "What you give out is what you get back "and "People don't remember what you say, they remember what you do," were two things Keith stressed. The presentation was real and straight from the heart. Many students were so impressed with his message they lined up to talk with him after the assembly. Keith has been a professional speaker for almost two decades. He travels the United States and Canada speaking to half a million people each year. Keith has been interviewed by Time Magazine, addressed the United Nations Global Summit, is featured in a national communications book entitled Between One and Many and has co-authored two leadership books for teens called, Teen Power and Beyond and Go M.A.D. (Make A Differ- ence). The Cloverdale High School PTSA meets at the high school library. If you can't attend but are interested in joining the Cloverdale High School PTSA contact Debbie Barrett 894-1930 or 894-4881. Submitted by Karl Beavers, PTSA Treasurer. Keith Hawkins, one of America's top youth speakers, motivated students to make positive changes in their lives, as well as in school, in a recent assembly sponsored by the Cloverdale High School PTSA. Stephen Tice Electrical "'Let there be light!" 894-8423 (TICE) cell: 479-4046 e-mail: steve tice Lic. #310393 PACljFlJC Brakes 11:$N & rf;e Tune-Ups _,4kll Work Timing Belts CV Joints Guaranteed 0il Change & Lube Fuel Injection Service A.C. Repairs & Conversions O ASE Master Tech 894-3614 101 N. 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