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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2016 -- PAGE 11 Cloverdale visits Berean son, with a roster hovering between 26-30 players (up from 19 last Christian Saturday in year). season opener Although some positions have yet to be determined, the offense By GREG CLEMENTI will run by quarterbacks James Sports Editor Wirt and Eli Arreola. Running backs Mel Alonzo and Trist'm Rege The varsity football Eagles will will get the bulk of the carries, emerge from a rigorous off-season while the receiving corps consists of training program this Saturday, Christian Chavez, DJ Grady and Aug. 27 when they travel to face Ross Scales. Veteran center Pat Berean Christian in Walnut Creek Ojeda will anchor the offensive line, in the much anticipated season along with sophomore Drew Edens opener. Varsity kickoff time is set and Andre Gluch. for 1:30 p.m. The defense should be solid, led The Eagles will assume the role by a linebackers Edens and Alonzo. of road warriors to start the season, The defensive backfield will be playing their first two games away manned by Wirt, Arreola and before returning to the friendly con- Grady. fines for the home opener against The Eagles participated in a St. Vincent on Friday, Sept. 9. scrimmage last week, squaring off Cloverdale will have an entirely against a couple of tough teams, different look this season under including Fort Bragg. "Fort Bragg first-year head coach Chad Talley, had some big kids but we held our who takes the reigns from former own," Talley said. "It was a long coach Chad Prieskorn, who led the scrimmage but we stuck it out, team to a 7-4 record in 2015. moved the ball and did decently Talley, a former prep (Cupertino) well on defense." and collegiate star (Virginia), steps up to lead a relatively young but il h ule athletic squad, hopeful of a return to the North Coast Section playoffs. "We don't have a lot of seniors, i 0iGree iiii and we've got a lot of j uniors, Sept iove a i ingto remont)i : sophomores and freshmen. "I think our biggest strengths are toughness St n ntat verdate, i3 : and perseverance. We' re not the biggest or the fastest team but we ve got some tough kids that are 17!30 very resilient," Walley said. Cbverda 7:30 Despite graduating many of the top players in the Redwood Empire 28 i verd i iLake LEADERSHIP. Senior center Pat Ojeda (74), shown last year, returns to lead a young CHS football squad in in June, the Eagles will benefit from increased numbers this sea- iLake i0verdai 5i30 : : 2016. The Eagles open the fall schedule on Saturday at Berean Christian. Photo by Greg Clementi native; Cloverdale Native Nick Pavelka (at right in photo) who is a professional photog- rapher in the extreme sports world is off on a six-plus week Alaska adventure. His traveling partner, Andrew Taylor a profession ....... al bike rider and videogra- pher is sponsored by Adidas and Norco Bikes. They left Cloverdale in Andrew's custom converted school bus on Friday, Aug. 5 with Fairbanks Alaska as their destination. They will ride their cus- tom dirt bikes though the forests of Canada and Alaska providing live satellite uplinks of their adventure for Adidas. extreme sports - Submitted by Ron Pavelka I I I IIIII I I II I I lilt I II I Join us for Family Happy Owned and 3-6 pm Operated Lunch & Dinner 7 days a week FAMILY DINING FULL BAR OPEN LATE All of oer fooC l$ cct httly pret r on the premise$ .$tng sh, Iocol ingredien{ r fl (hildre. Men. 894-4??9 ,236 S-Cloverdale Blvd._, www.railroadstationbarandgri!l.com r--- Farmers Market 6 p.m. Concerts 7 -10 p.m. Beer & Wine Meals to go Local Artists & more cloverdale alliance Presents: We Support Local Events/ 707-206-5606 mlaird@remax.net www.lairdhomes.com Bella Moda Hair Studio A Full Service Salon Tues-Sat. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m EVENINGS B Y APPT. 894-5546 131 N. Main St. www.bellamodahairstudio.com 1 "X Team You Can Trust." Anne Baker Iris Konik Br0ker-Associate Realtor Realtor #01165299 #00716479 (707) 245-6090 (707) 494-8782 29 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Suite 5 Taco Tuesdays $1 Tacos $1.50 Tacos Friday, Saturday & Sunday Great Hamburgers Weekend Breakfast 7-11 a.m. Dine In or Take Out 894-0100 512 N. Cloverdale Blvd. (across from the high school) La Misa Negra Aug. 26 - Advertising brought to you in part by: C L O V E .ILl) A L E i (;real Bu g rs. Deli -Gril d :Sandwich Sahds 707-894-9290 ........... ........... :,. 1 !3N':Clverdale Blvd: We proM& ]reel See on gAe dance fl v ? 707-894-1072 tee O a e~ r~e e a epalr or e I e Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 to 5 p.m, ZlO So. Cioverdale Blvd., Cloverdale www.cloverdaleautomotive.com Cloverdale The Helpful Place l.,, rlc::::: : _':__ _ -_: ...........