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Page 12 - Wednesday, September 17, 1980  ti) I Spox't00 JV's win opener scored two touchdowns and ran for Ill yds. to lead the on three third down plays, touchdown. GrLIIg also ran Cloverdale High School JV before Eric Botkin plunged for a two point conversion /' Football team to a 22.8 win over the goal from 3 yds. out. making the score 15-8. over Tamales last Saturday Gregg set up the touchdown The Cloverdale defense Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH The results of the qualifying rounds for Club Championship are as follows: Chrm Moranda, 138. Chas Creecy, IM. Ken Hornlein, 146. Bob Cousin& 148. Jim Sflviera, 148. Counsin won this spot by playback. Tom Co, Jr., 152. Bob Mascherini, 154. Roy Bush, 154. Mamzertni won by playback. Presidet's Flight will have these players: .lmer Pers, 157. Bob Simon, 158. Jack Seldner, 158. Seldner won on playback. Garth Keehan,162. Herb Selzle, 164. Tom Mon- toya, 166. John Whitton, 171. Marty Hamberg and Rich Pellegrini not completed. All the other flight pairings will be announced at the regular dinner meeting of the Men's Club on September 16 so be there for the 81ad tidings. Also, do not forget that this is the night that Dr. Campbell will put on his brilliant performance and that demands money, on the barrelhead. First round of play will be on September 21 and second round on September 28. Final round to be played October 5. Trophy dinner dance, Villa Chanticleer, October 25. Next on the agenda is the Healdsburg Tenth Annual Ivitational City Colf Championship to be played on October 18 and 19. Entry fee is $20, open to both men and women. The tournament will be 36 holes, medal play. All NCGA handicaps must be validated. For any tie in f'urst place, there will be a sudden death playoff. &SO0 in merchandise prizes will be spread over championship; 1st, 2nd, Mcl and 4th flights. Deadline for entry will be October 17. Any questions you may have will be answered by calling the Pro Shop a H'burg, 433-41275. l do not know the meaning of the "In- vitational" in the official title but I presume that anyone will be welcome to play in this annual affair, however, I am sure that checking with the Pro Shop will settle any questions you may have. Now, to blow my own horn! My gre-eyed bill collector wife, also known as Mary Smith, is the new pres/dent of the Oakmont Women's Golf Club! This is quite an honor for her as that club is very large with many members, as you can imagine. She was selected or elected, as the case may be, for her work as president of NorthBay and other golf groups. Mary is a hard worker and demands perfection in everything she does, so I am sure that they have a good officer for their club. Today also happens to be her birthday (September II) so perhaps I should get cracking and whip up a cake with all the trimmings, including a candle or two! However, bir- thdays around here are passed over rather quietly these days. I was talking to a woman on the I/one the other day and happened to meation it was my birthday. She said, "Gee, I am sure sorry for you!" That about explains it ! See you all up the crick aways and if I had my way we would knock these bir- thdays off, all of them! afternoon, with a 17 yd. run around left once again got the ball back The weather was the end. Offensive tackle and Pat for the offense in the fourth biggest factor at Tamales Kicker Kirt Williams split the quarter. The Eagle offensive High School, as winds blew up uprights for the extra point, line went back to work to 35 mph. The EagLes trailed by one at opening holes for the backs. ,  The Eagles found them- halftime. On third down and long ....: . selves trailing 8-0 after the The Eagles detense took yardage, Gregg took a o first quarter, as the Braves over in the third quarter to screen pass from Wart and =i':: > took advantage of the wind to recover three fumbles. Dan raced 43 yards for a touch- :..,, ....... f throw a 30 yd. touchdown Wart completed an eleven down. Williams kick was pass. yard pass for a first down an good, making the final score Williams kick, l'tm, Gregg 2  Gregg.Pass-Zq ; :.," : ' :: :a: Botkin, (49x191), 21-Xl, at in00. : = " ......  I ;,m. : Receiving: 22-8. Bill VanderWeken, Gregg Botkin, Jeff Lawson, Don The Eagles' defense con- Sibert, Jim Keyer, Todd sisted of Markos Woody, Kirt Ridgeway, and Andy Williams, Mark Brownlee, Estrada. They all played an David Harrisoug Mocker, excellent game. Phot above: right: Mike Wlodarczyk. Greg Lands and Gone Lile. Photo " ..... i:. " " by Bob Trusler. ,  ..... b) The Cloverdale High School JV Football team triumphed " - ,: over Tomales in the season's first game Saturday with a score ,. of 22.8. Shown in the photo is the JV team, First row, left to , i',, ,   " fight: Jim Seymour, Jeff Richardson, Tab Vadou, Jim ,,WI, _ii "/ Keyes, Don Sihert, David Upton, Jeff Smith, Todd Ridgway, "  " Brian Humphrey, Rick Estrada. Second row: Andy Estrada, Ken Laveniler, Markos Woody, Dan Wart, Tom Gregg, Dan Day, Mark Hopkins, Mark Brownlee, Kevin Pedersou, Carl Natenstadt. Third row: Jeff Lawson, Markes Weedy, Keith Seanor, Brandou Doble, Doug Mocker, Eric Botkin,Bill \\; VanderWeken, Steve Stuber, Mark Sanchez, David Harria,Kirt Williams, and Gary Richards. Photo by Bob Trusler. Photo to right: c} The winners.' The Cioverdale Panthers won their soccer game against the Empires last Saturday with a final score of 4-1. It was the first soccer game these teams played in Cloverdale, held at the Washington School field. Shown in photo, front row, left to right: Meianie Sanders, Jason Gomes, Bobble Thurow, Brian Johnson, Mark Domenichelli, - George Foster, Jofm Wllsoa and Scotty Kim. Back row: Coach David Pawlan, Robble Allen, David Emmei, Shawn Fonnest, Brian Gayian, Michael Silva, and assistant coach Patrlcia Lopes. Photo by Janice. Eagles upend Braves in opener Cloverdale's varsity football team opened it's 1980 season with a 2145 win over the Tomales Braves at Tomales this past Saturday. The game was played under sunny but very windy Males. The wind was m strong that Cloverdale, even whim in it's own territory, couldn't punt on the 4th down because the ball would have only traveled a few yards. The Eagles offeme, ably directed by QB Ken Baumgardner, gained 254 yds. rushing and Baumgardner completed 4 of . 5 passes for an additional 25 yds. to total 279 yds. The Eagles rushed for 134 yds. in the Ist quarter and led 6-0 after the quarter. Cloverdale scored again in the second quarter pretty much doing what they would have done rom the start of the game. The Eagle's line led by Tackles Jan Novak and Tim Retherford, guards Hub Lampert and Grog Stewart and center Jerry Novak powered the way for running hack Jim Lampert to gain 122 yds. in 20 carries and Scott Seanor to gain 95 yds. in 15 carries. The first point after 'I'D try was a run that failed and Gary Stewart kicked the PAT after the second TD to give the Eagles a 13-0 lead at half-time. The defense for Cloverdale was onts limltlng the Braves to 4 yd. total offense in the Ist half. Passing they were I of 6 for 3 yds. and 26 yds. rushing but losses of 25 yds. dropped the total to 4 yds. The Eagles made a mental error starting the second half by kicking off into the wind and thus had poor field position throughout the 3rd quarter, eventually breaking down and giving up a 10 yd. run for a TD. Then the Eagles gave up a 2 pt. con- version missing several tackles to bring the score to 13. Cloverdale buckled down on defense hiockiag a punt and driving in to score ona 1 yd. run by Jim Lam- pert followed by a 2 pt. conversion again by Jim Lampert bringing the score to its final 2145. Fgle scores were by Ken Bamngardn on a 2 yd. run, Stewart on a PAT, Lampert on a 1 yd. and 6 yd. run plus a 3 yd. 2 pt. conversion. Defesively, Tim Rether- ford, Jan Novak, Greg Stewart, Jerry Novak, and Shane Young played very well for the Eagles. Receiving were Young, 2 for 18 yds. and Lampert, 2 for 7 yds. Next week in HealdsbmTg, Cloverdale will fight for an upset win over a team that upset Eurelm High School last weekend. Hope to see you there supporting your high school team. 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