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May 21, 1997, Cloverdale Revellle, Page 5 y Eagles clinch tie with one to go ms thing we can do is championship," corn- assistant coach Pat on the status of the Eagles softball team. gles are now 12-2 in If the girls beat Clear Tt em It y, they win the nt ral League I champi- Outright; if they lose it Loe vit h Clear Lake. The Cardinals lost to Fort Bragg last week, eliminating their chance for anything but a tie in the standings. Last week the Eagles met Kelseyville at Kelseyville and won 11-1. Hitters were Danielle Bird who was two for four; Heidi Yanglin, four for four with two doubles and five RBIs; Casey McIntosh was one for four with a double; Zita Konik was one for four with an RBI; Cindy Besio was one for two; Erinn Jensen, one for four; Caitlin Jensen, one for three. In play with Lower Lake, the Eagles were 16-1. Danielle Bird was two for five; Heidi Yanglin, one for four with a double and three RBIs; Casey McIntosh, two for four with a double; Zita Konik was one for three with one RBI; Cindy Besio was two for three with a double, triple, and two for Cloverdale Eagles baseball takes is for the Eagles ha,, tl team to beat Lake this week and will be the North League I champions. The t &apos; he t e l= st week Tville in what win" game, 11-3. Brett Lile his win record to year with no losses. were TJ Bird who ar for five. Over-all the lad 17 hits. Cloverdale played and won 14-1. Win- Randolph named to the Press "honor roll" - he out 12 batters; gave up run; walked two and tw( tt r. clinched the "' Bragg and will get birth in the play- they have defeated ; three times. with Lower Lake eli was three for four ,a key seven-hit inning 'erd . Doubling were !ng, Chris White, and ack j. meeting is this i fo baseball and soft- Class A play-offs start on May 27. Junior Varsity play The junior varsity Eagles lost two close ones last week in games where they had their opportuni- ties, as coach Steve Stewart noted. In play with Kelseyville last Tuesday the Eagles lost 4-3. In the sixth inningBrenden Hamp- ton scored a run on Zack Sutton's RBI. In the seventh inningMark Selberg hit a single and then he scored on a single by Mike Castrillo; the second run came when Matt Osterman knocked in Castritlo on a single. Runners were on first and sec- ond, but "we couldn't come through with the other base hit to score the game," noted coach Stewart. Leading hitters were Mark Selberg, one for four; Mike Castrillo, two for four, and Ryan Iraci, two for four. "Ryan pitched a really good game but unfortu- nately he got the loss," noted the coach. In play with Lower Lake, the Eagles lost 6-3. "We scored two runs in the first two innings and then our offense fell asleep," Stewart said. Zack Sutton had a home run; Mark Selberg was two for four; Mike Ramazzotti was one for three and Ryan Iraci was one for two. %Ve just couldn't come up with the base hit when we needed it. Our offense needs a little work," the coach concluded. The last game of the season is Tuesday with Clear Lake. Cloverdale's Jojola enlists in Air Force Robert Jojola, son of Robert and Estela Jojola of Cloverdale, recently enlisted in the Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Pro- gram. Robert, a senior at Cloverdale High School, is scheduled to at- tend Air Fore Basic Training at Lackland Air Force Base, near San Antonio, Texas, in Septem- ber 1997. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six week basic training course, he is scheduled to re- ceive technical training in the mechanical career field. There are over 100 job choices for en- listees. He will earn credits toward an associate degree in applied sci- ences through the community college of the Air Force while attending basic and technical training schools. RBIs; Caitlin Jensen was two for two with two triples and five RBIs; Vanessa Valera was one for two with a double and one RBI. "Kelseyville was a good win," said coach Margaret Fitzgerald, noting the Indians are one of the few teams to beat the Eagles this season. "The game with Clear Lake is a big one - I'm looking forward to it." Fitzgerald said The Eagles are playing well and "having a lot of fun," she noted. The coach sees improvement with every game and expressed enthusiasm with the good job being done by a very youngteam. 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It's a great chance to see what the Co-op has to offer. If you cannot make the evening Open House you are wel- come to attend a typical day at the Co-op on Thursday, May 29, from 9-11 am. For more information call Ange- la at 894-4045. 56 qt. ice chest with a 10 qt. personal size cooler and 1/2 gallon jug. Great for family picnms+ 88247 %he: ;, I of Hot Rod I I Engine Size I egory Preferred: I Mall to cloverdale ROP EAGLE Tech I 509 N. 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