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Page 6 -- WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21,2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA LoganTate CHS Athlete ofthe Week By Charlie Delfino Once a rival, always a rival. The Timberwolves from Fort Bragg have always been a tough battle on the grid iron. Thanks to the new league alignment the purple team from out Hwy 128 looks to be tak- ing the place of St. Vincent as one of the teams to beat in the NCL-I this season. Yes, Middletown is always a tough opponent and have run all over teams the past few years but it's Fort Bragg that brings back memories from the old timers and current Eagles coaching staff. For years Fort Bragg was the rival team; for years they would take it to the Eagles, and to get a win on the foot- ball field against the Timberwolves would for sure bring smiles to the Eagles' faithful. On this Friday night in Clover- dale that elusive win was just out of reach for this year's young Eagles varsity football team. It was a great battle, a back and forth game, that just like last week, could have gone either way. Unfortunately for the Eagles, it was their third loss in as many games as the Fort Bragg squad beat the home team 19-12 in a non- league match-up. Unlike the thumping the Eagles took from McKinleyville in their first outing of the season, the blue and gold have come leaps and bounds playing two quality playoff contenders in hosting St. Vincent and Fort Bragg back to back. The Eagles have shown they are young with costly mistakes and key turnovers yet they were still in these last two contests and have proven with a lot of hard work and more varsity level experiences for the younger players, this team can be right in the middle of the pack in this year's NCL-I. Cloverdale came out in the first quarter and scored the first touchdown of the game on a nice two yard touchdown pass player found his way into the end yards while finding himself in the from Josh Holden to Logan Tate. zone. Fort Bragg scored two unan- end zone two times for the Eagles. The point after touchdown was no swered touchdowns in the third Zach Rege had 32 yards receiving This week's Cloverdale High School Player Of The Week is #7 sopho- good and the Eagles led 6 to 0 at the quarter and ended up winning the and Colby Meier added 40 yards on end of the,quarter, game 19-12. the night, more wide receiver and defensive back Logan Tate. Logan caught three The Eagles defense, which was led The Eagles quarterback Josh Defensively Jose Solorio had 17passes for 33 yards against the Fort Bragg Timberwolves and two of the by Jorge Chanure with 19 tackles on Holden ended the night throwingtackles, John Mariani eight tackles, three catches on the night resulted in touchdowns for the Eagles. the night, held the Timberwolves for 130 yards On 10 tosses. He also Zach Rege seven tackles and a sack, Tate caught a two yard touchdown catch in the first quarter to give the scoreless going into the second contributed on the defensive side of and Chris Sterling gave the Eagles Eagles the lead and then followed it up with a 10 yard touchdown reception quarter. Both teams found the end the ball adding eight tackles on the seven tackles, one sack, and a sensa- in the second quarter. Logan is one of the handful of Sophomores who have zone in the second quarter as Hold- night. Ulises Valdez led all runners tional blocked P.A.T. in the 3rd made an impact on this year's Eagles team. He is very athletic, shows nice en again found Tate on the other with 31 yards and had himself 15 quarter. The Eagles take to the road speed and agility, and gives 100% on every play. Logan is a multi sport end of a touchdown pass while the tackles with six unassisted. This this week and will be back at home athlete at CHS with a bright future ahead of him. Eagles went into halftime up 12 to 7. week's Cloverdale High School on Oct. 7 to take on the Clear Lake We would like to congratulate Logan Tate for being chosen this week's Unfortunately it would be the last Player Of The Week, Logan Tate/Cardinals. CHS Player Of The Week. time in the game that a Cloverdale caught three passes for a total of 33 The Eagles Offense has been able to put points on the board in both home contests. In Friday night's junior varsity Duane Sandborne. coach Geske. Defense did a better Eagles home football game with the The junior varsity Eagle offense job tackling and "being in the right Fort Bragg Timberwolves, Fort was unable to move the ball and place," he said. The junior Eagles Bragg had the first offensive posses- was forced to punt, giving the ball allowed no points in the second half. sion of the night which started at the back to Fort Bragg who found the Offense was able to move the ball 40 yard line. 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Helena in an away game and the "In the second hall the Eagles did first North Central League I game a much better job," according to of the season. Cloverdale High School CRO COUNTRY 2011 Chargers football players. #7 Sophomore receiver Logan Tate makes a nice grab on an out pattern, The Cloverdale Eagles varsity volleyball team played Roseland Prep on Tuesday, Sept. 13. The Eagles won the first two sets, 25, 8 and 25, 9; lost the third set, 23, 25 and won the last, 25, 12. Taylor Spaulding had 16 service points, five aces, one kill and 28 assists; Kim Mitchell had nine service points, three aces, five kills and 11 digs; Andrea Perez, five service points, two aces, two kills and 11 digs; Katie Mora, 12 service points, four aces, eight kills, and eight digs; Lindsay Harjak, seven service points, four aces, six kills, and nine digs; Amanda Lawson, four kills and two blocks; Ashley Rilea had three kills and - 11 digs;; BrOok~'Robi~o~-l~'d thtL~;kHl~ and 21 digs, and Hannah Pol~ad . five service ~points and one kill. .~ ................... Junior Varsity played in the Healdsburg Tournament last weekend. They played Healdsburg in the first game, losing 25, 13; 25, 20 and 16, 11. Despite the loss, coach Margaret Fitzgerald felt her team played really welt. Next came a game with Roseland Prep, that the Eagles lost: 25, 3; 22, 25; and 12, 15. Next came a loss to St. Helena: 22, 25 and 6,25. The junior Eagles then played Freedom, winning 25, 16; 25, 21 and 15, 1Q. Next came play with St. Patrick in the Bronze Bracket, winning 25, 21; 20, 25 and 15, 6. "We ended the day on a strong note," the coach said. The Eagles started North Central League I play this week against St. Helena on Tuesday, Sept. 20 and plays Thursday, Sept. 22, at Clear Lake before leaving on Friday for the Carmichael Tournament. The Chargers will play their first home game Sunday, Sept. 25 against North Shore. JV begins at noon. The Chargers play at the Cloverdale High School home field. Take S. Cloverdale Blvd. exit over the overpass to Asti Rd. make a left on Asti Rd. Make a right on Santana Ln. and a right on Commerce Ln. Cloverdale's Fire and Ice team played in a recent softball tournament here.