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Page 6 -- WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 2010 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA H The Cloverdale Eagles varsity volleyball team played Roseland Prep on Tuesday, Sept. 14 and won 25, 11; 25, 14; and 25, 21. Morgan Robinson had seven ser- vice points, three kills, three digs, and three assists; Kim Mitchell had five service points, three kills and four digs; Morgan CaHson had five service points, eight kills, and three digs; Taylor Spaulding had nine ser- vice points, one kill, and 15 assists; Katie Mora had one service point and four kills; Sierra Hage had two kills; Jasmin Orosco had two service points and six digs; Brooke Robin- son had seven digs. Junior Varsity also won, 25, 17; 14, 25; and 15, 11. The JVs also played in a tournament in Healds- burg, losing to Ursuline, 25, 12 and 25, 10; St. Helena, 25, 15 and 25, 17; Freedom, 28, 26 and 25, 20; and Jus- tin Sienna, 25, 17 and 25, 17. The junior varsity Eagles defeated Kelseyville, 25, 17 and 25, 11. The Eagles play Kelseyville this week on Sept. 21; Willits at home on Sept. 23, starting at 5 p.m. and Mid- dletown on Sept. 28, at Middletown. By Charlie Delfino Sergio Morales has been chosen as this week's Cloverdale High School Player Of The Week. Sergio is a junior at CHS and plays on the boys' soccer team. Morales, who is a center forward on the Eagles squad, had an impres- sive week scoring four goals and showing great leadership on the field. He scored three goals against the Kelseyville Knights and scored another goal in a hard fought show- The Cloverdale Eagles junior var- sity team played the Kelseyville Knights last Friday night in an away interlock football game. Final score 30-14, Kelseyville. ht Football Spaghetti Dinner Served 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. $4.95 for adults and $3.95 for children under 12 Meal Includes: Clovers delicious spaghetti with our house made meat sauce, a green salad with your choice of dressing, and garlic bread. 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The Reveille would like to con- gratulate Sergio on an impressive week and for his hard work and dedication to the boys soccer pro- gram at Cloverdale High School. Josh Holden received the open- ing kick-off and the Eagles first of- fensive possession started at the 20 yard line. Cloverdale's first offen- sive play was a mis-handled pitch and was recovered by the Knights on the Eagles 10-yard-line, reports JV coach, Sean Geske. The next play, the Knights got a touchdown and were successful with their two point conversion. The next kick-off Kelseyville had a great hit, causing a fumble and getting the ball right back with great field position. They got anoth- er touchdown, and were successful with the two-point after attempt, quickly bringing the score to 16-0. Two quick turnovers and two min- utes into the game, the Eagles were down. The Eagles received the next kick- off and were unable to move the ball and forced to punt. A bad snap gave the ball back to the Knights with great field position again, By Charlie Delfino In life there are many things a child will accomplish, they start out crawling, eventually they walk, and as if in a blink of an eye these chil- dren are out on the ball fields, in the basketball gym, and joining a sports team. In our community, sports have become somewhat of an identity, a representation of how a small town can come together and build solid sports programs year after year. Cloverdale athletes come in all siz- ~es, all ages, and with the same ulti- mate goal when it comes to sports: To become a Cloverdale Eagle. The Cloverdale Reveille would like to honor these athletes and will be choosing a Feature Athlete Of The Week for each publication. The ath- letes will be randomly chosen and could be a first year player in tee ball or a senior in high school. The very first Feature Athlete Of The Week will be 7th grader Alejandra Perez. Alejandra attends Washington El- ementary School and at the current time is a two sport athlete. She plays on the Wipeout soccer team for The Cloverdale Youth Soccer League while also playing for the Washington School 7th grade bas- ketball team. Alejandra spends her days in the basketball gym and her evenings out on the soccer field. The basket- . ball team practices 4 days a week, while the soccer team will work out once or twice a week. Perez will be playing in three basketball games and two soccer games in the upcom- ing week. Soccer is her favorite of the three sports she plays through- out the year, soccer, basketball, and softball. She has been playing soc- cer and basketball for the past five After the Cloverdale Eagles made playoffs for the first time last year, coach Steve Stewart has high expec- tations for the team this year. With two wins this week, the Eagles record now stands at seven wins, two loses, and a tie; the best start in team history. The Cloverdale Lady Eagles host- making the third turnover. Then the ed the Kelseyville Knights on Tues- junior varsity defense was able t~>i:a, day, Sept. 14 and came away with a stop the Knights from getting an~niiaating 6 to 1 victory. Before other touchdown by standing firr~~: :~t, e fans had a chance to get their and getting the ball back on downs. / seats warm, the Eagles took a 1 to 0 The offense was unable to move lead. Semor Brenda Suarez took a the ball but Jose Solorio had a great !i pass from Amy Mora and scored.22 punt that was mishandled by seconds into the game. Eight mm- Kelseyville. Homero Martinez re- utes later Brenda was at it again, this covered the fumble, giving the ball time scoring from a pass from Ja- to the Eagle offense on the 15-yard- clyn Richardson. Cloverdale con- line. trolled play the entire first half. go undefeated and in both sports is to have tim. Alejandra looks for- ward to her high school days as a Cloverdale Eagle and plans on playing basketball, softball and ei- ther soccer or volleyball. When asked what her personal goal is for the season, Alejandra stated "To push myself to be the best player I can be." It's no wonder this young athlete can handle her upcoming schedule this week of six practices, five games and a load of junior high homework. Great job Alejandra Perez and congratulations on being The Clo- verdale Reveille's first Feature Ath- lete of the Week. Alejandra Perez years and just recently started play- ing softball. Alejandra wears her favorite number 10 in both basketball and soccer; her favorite subject in school is math, she loves spaghetti, and her favorite pro athletes include Micha- el Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and Javier Hernandez (Chicharito). Her goal this season for her soccer team is to Alejandra on the soccer field. Alejandra Perez on the basketball court. e They finished the half off when Madison Stewart sent a long pass to Amy Mora who broke free and scored to give the Eagles a 3 to 0 lead at the half. The second half was all Eagles as they scored three more goals. Madi- son and Celine Rodriguez found the back of the net, while the goal of the day was by Sami Acevedo. She re- ceived a perfect crossing pass from Madison a/id headed it past the Knight's goalie. The Knights avoid- ed the shut out with a goal at the 65 minute mark to make the final score 6tol. On Thursday, Sept. 16, the Eagles hit the road and traveled to Willits to take on the Wolverines. They had already faced Willits in the Abalone Cup at Fort Bragg and came away with a resounding 4 to I victory, but today would be a struggle. Clover- dale came out flat and Willits scored less than 4 minutes into the game. The Lady Eagles had numerous chances to score, but were denied each time. Finally, the eagles tied the score one minute before half time. Sara Gambetta centered the ball to Amy Mora who knock the ball past the goalie for her 7th goal of the };ear. =:~ ,,, I The ~eam hoped momentum was on their side as the second half start- ed, but once again they struggled offensively. Thanks to a fine game in net by sophomore goalie Lilian- na Gomez, the score remained I to 1 late in the game. With 12 minutes left on the clock, the Eagles made another offensive attack. Madison The Eagle offense was finally in carried the ball deep down the left scoring position, but mishandled th q Ily side. She sent a cross to Sara who the ball, giving it right back to Four uarterra comesup neatly found the back of the net to Kelseyville who ran for 80 yards 33toK i h-g--t~ give the Eagles their first lead of the t,E gl day. The next 12 minutes the Eagles into the end zone for another touch- shor a esfai142- n controlled the ball and came away down. The score was 24-0 and still in the first half. The Cloverdale Eagles Varsity defender punched the ball out of the with a 2 to 1 victory. Coach Steve In the Eagles next offensive pos- football team traveled to Kelseyville quarterback s hand and Stewart had the perfect quote after session, they were moving the ball Kelseyville to take on the Knights, a Arley was there to pick it up and run the game. He said," I would rather well, both running and passing, team fresh off a 36-20 loss to Hamil- down the field for a 73 yard touch- win ugly than lose pretty." With looking like they might get a touch- ton High School the previous week. down romp. Torres came in and hit league starting in a couple of weeks, down. A bad exchange between the quarterback and the center gave the ball back to the Knights who found the end zone again, but missed the point after attempt, bringing the score to 30-0 at halftime. In the second half, the Eagles came out with a little bit of fire. "We were a whole different team," coach Geske said. The Knights received the second half kick-off but were unable to move the ball and were forced to punt, giving the ball to Josh Holden and the Eagle offense. The junior varsity Eagle offense marched the length of the field, be- hind the offensive line of Gonzalez, Johnson, Torres, Westfall, and Mc- The home town Eagles also began the season with a discouraging loss to the visiting McKinleyville Pan- thers 26-7. Each team provided a highlight real on defense and also combined for 75 points in the hard fought loss for the Eagles 42-33. The Eagles fell behind early in the contest and had to scratch their way back after making some much need- ed adjustments at halftime. Clover- dale found themselves behind 14-0 at the end of the first quarter and according to head coach Rick Berry, the Knights ran up and down the field while the Eagles always seemed a step or two behind. The second quarter both teams ex- Donald. Holden swept right, found changed touchdowns with the end zone and capped off the,~ Kelseyville again outscoring the drive with the Eagles first touch- Eagles 16 to 14. The two 2ndquarter down of the season and the game. touchdowns by the Eagles gave the With Kelseyville's next posses- Cloverdale squad a much needed sion, the junior varsity defense held spark going into the locker room at tough for a Kelseyville punt and half. Although still down 30 to 14, Homero Martinez had a 50 yard re- the Eagles knew if they could make turn, setting up the junior varsity the defensive adjustments they had Eagles second score of the game. an offense full of talent and eager to Colby Meier with a five-yard-run get them back into the game. With up the middle found the end zone t the clock showing 8:04 before the and Josh Holden's pass to Zach Zm- half, quarterback Beau Gastineau rzel concluded a successful two hooked up with wide receiver Jun- point attempt, ior Campos for a touchdown toss The fourth quarter was exciting and put the Eagles on the board. with both offense and defense pro- Place kicker Miguel Torres split the viding some exciting moments uprights on the P.A.T. and the blue through the fourth quarter. The fi- and gold had 7 points. The Eagles nal score of the game was 30-14. next score came on a thrilling kick "I was excited that we came out a off return for 80 yards by #46, Arley whole different group the second Trevizo. Torres again kicked the ex- half," coach Geske said. tra point. Offensively, Colby Meier rushed The coaches rallied the players the ball 19 times for 92 yards; Josh together, drove hard on what chang- Holden carried the ball six times for es were needed on defense, and lit a 80 yards; leading defenders were fire under the team as they charged Garret Johnson with seven tackles; out onto the field ready to dominate Colby Meier, seven tackles; Chris the 2nd half. Unfortunately the Sterling, three tackles and two Kelseyville team rallied as well and sacks; Jorge Chenure, four tackles came out scoring a quick two touch- and two sacks; and Logan Tate with downs and putting the Eagles down seven tackles, by the score of 42-20 going into the The junior Eagles play Willits this 4th quarter. The Eagles lone score Friday starting at 5:30 p.m. at CHS in the 3rd came on yet another excit- football field ing play by Trevizo as a Cloverdale his 3rd concecutive extra point. The Eagles defense, as coach Berry stat- ed, "got stronger as the game went on" and shut out the home team in the 4th quarter. The Eagles scored the next two touchdowns in the game. Senior quarterback Gastineau drove the team down the field and scored on a I yard sneak to get the Eagles back on the score- board. Torres again split the up- rights and ended the day going 4X5 in extra point attempts. The human highlight real on this cold and breezy night was again Arley Trevi- zo, who ended the Eagles final scor- ing drive with yet another touchdown running off right tackle at the 2!19 mark. The extra point failed and the Eagles suffered yet another loss with a final score of 42 to 33. This was an inspiring loss for the C-Town boys as the Eagles showed great promise and were able to make adjustments, get stron- ger as the game went on, and show that they never give up. Twice the Eagles defense stole the ball from the opposition, twice they jumped on a loose ball and recovered a kick- off fumble, and they even jumped on a punt return fumble by the Knights. Victor Haro and Alex Na- varro recovered loose ball fumbles on the kickoff return team and jun- ior Victor Campos recovered a botched punt as well. The defense was lead by Juan Gal- van who was in on 15 tackles, Beau Gastineau who had 12 tackles and also threw for 69 yards going 16x22 on the day, Joey Missamore who was in on 11 tackles, Brett Southard with 10 tackles, and sacks by Andres Soto, Alex Navarro, Jesus Beltran, and John Mariani. The next Eagles home game will be this Friday Sept. 24th with the Junior Varsity starting at 5:30 p.m. Come on out and support your Clo- verdale Eagles football program and make sure to stop by and sup- port the Cloverdale Eagles Boosters Club. GO EAGLES!!!! the Eagles are going to have to in- crease the tempo and intensity at the start of each game. Mike Gambet- ta By Charlie Delfino Arley Trevizo had a stellar per- formance in Friday's 42 to 33 varsity football loss at the hands of the Kelseyville Knights. Trevizo had 229 all purpose yards in the game including an 80 yard kick off return, a punch out fumble recovery which he ran back for 73 yards for a touch- down, and had another touchdown in the 4th quarter on a nice run. Whitney Edens and Brittany Van- dagriff. According to the coach for the girls cross country team, Clint Kemp, these two girls have been showing great leadership and have been great examples of hard work and determination. The two runners have been con- sistently in the front of the pack showing true endurance while fin- ishing strong down the stretch. Liliana Gomez had a strong de- fensive week as the goalie for the girls soccer program. During the week Gomez held op- ponents to only two goals in two games and made a handful of im- pressive saves in front of the net. Coach Steve Stewart has really appreciated the hard work Liliana has been putting in to improve her skills and has noticed a big im- provement over the past few games. i, J J