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www.cJoverdaJereveille,com June 27, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille Page 11 By Greg Clementi throwing 20 pitches for the Sports Editor CLL stars were hurlers Audie Hanes, Dylan Jones, Emilio The Cloverdale Little Diaz and Caden AxeU. League will be represented "The entire team hit very by two all-star teams in well," manager Jason District 35 Tournament Jenkins reported. "This team action this week, the final has played together all phase of the 2019 baseball season and that's an season, advantage when you get into Taking the field in their the all star tournament." respective all-star tourneys is Cloverdale squared off the CLL 10-Under squad and against a strong Santa Rosa the Junior team. American team on Sunday, The Junior squad, led by falling 14-4. At press time the manager Jason Jenkins and CLL stars were preparing for coaches Ian Jones a Monday, June 24 and Matt Lemley, elimination game with compiled an outstanding Petaluma National. regular season record of 10-4 The 10-Under all star team, before kicking off the led by manager Carl Howell postseason, and coaches Adolpho The CLL junior team Espinoza and Cheyene includes Kolby Jenkins, Langston, will open the Emilio Diaz, Dylan Jones, District 35 tournament on Casey Lemley, Audie Hanes, Saturday, June 29 against Dominic Vellutini, Travis Ukiah at Rincon Valley Little Wilson, Diesel Cavallo, Caden League (11 a.m.). The team Axell and Ayal Fitchelber. includes Jaxson Randolph, Cloverdale opened all-star Vaughn Randolph, Danny District 35 action on Saturday Espinoza, Caleb Howell, Evan at defending champion Robledo, Jayden Jackson, Sebastopol, easily defeating Cash Langston, Kingston their hosts 12-2 in five Cavallo, Damian Flores, JR innings. Pacing the Damian, Chase Tilghman, Cloverdale hitting attack Tristan Huls and Wyatt were Dom Valintini (3 for 3), Plum. Audie Hanes (3 for 4) and Next week: more all star Kolby Jenkins (3 for 4). All tournament recaps. BOYS OF SUMMER Tournament opener -- The Cloverdale Little League junior all stars in Sebastopol on Saturday. Photo Greg Clementi gathered for a team photo before taking the field in the District 35 START YOUR ENGINES -- The race begins at the Toyota/Savemart 360 at Sonoma Raceway on June 23. Photo Greg Clementi Historic win marks 50th year of Sonoma Raceway By Greg Clementi Sports Editor Sunday, June 23 marked an historic day at the Toyota/Savemart 350 in the rolling hills of Sonoma Raceway, the local jewel on the NASCAR circuit. Repeat champion Martin Truex Jr. proved once again there are horses for courses, navigating the undulating, 2.52-mile road course in winning fashion to hold off a hard-charging Kyle Busch by 1.8 seconds. Rounding out the top five finishers were Ryan Blaney, Matt DiBenedetto and Denny Hamlin. The victory was the fourth in eight season starts for Truex Jr. in the No. 19 Toyota and the Joe Gibbs Racing Team, collecting the 23rd checkered flag of his career. "To win this race two years in a row is unbelievable," Truex Jr. said. "I just dug down deep and tried to be smooth and hit my marks. Luckily, I began with a big enough gap where I could get away and not feel too much pressure." The annual Monster Energy NASCAR cup series event, which featured three stages and a total of 90 laps, marked the 50th anniversary of the famed Sonoma Raceway at Sears Point and return to the original 12-turn course for the first time since 1997. Pre-race tributes to Joe Gibbs, and retiring FOX race announcer Darrell Waltrip were followed by a stirring aerial show by the Patriots Jet Team. POLITICS WASTEWATER CRIIVlE EDUCATION DOH'TMISSA SINGLE A free Sonoma County to maintain class funding. Junior College art class "Come join us for hosted at the Cloverdale exploration, discovery and Senior Multipurpose Center is fun adventure with this looking for more participants, wonderful, expressive and The class is in its summer magical medium," said semester, which runs from Adriane Hatkoff, the class' now through the middle of instructor. August. The classes The SRJC Free Watercolor specifically focus on Class is held at the Cloverdale watercolor and drawing. Senior Multipurpose Center Both beginners and on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. experienced artists are to noon. welcome to aprticipate. Those interested in The class is free, and is attending a class can do so by funded through a grant just walking into the center, specifically meant for older located at 311 N. Main St. adults. The push to increase class attendence is in an effort -- StricMand Want 24/7 access to all our online newS, Wews;sportsand. features:? Visit ctoverdalereveitle.com. Which one of these media supports the most local groups, charities and nonprofits? ,~iiiiiiiiii~iiiii$~;~i~i:iiiii:~iiiiii!ii!iiiiii iiii iii~-iiiiii~ CLOVERDALE REVEILLE Which one most deserves your support? Support our local journalism so we can support you. It's important.