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Page 6 - Wednesday, September 24, 1980 I Mill III JV's shut-out 13-0 (00fts Calistoga here Fr:d.ay Golf Notes TbeCloverdeEaglesJV Estrada with g, JeffLawson football team fell to the with g and Jim Seymour Healdshurg Greyhounds 13- with 7, all coming in the 0 in Healdsburg last Friday second half. Jim Keyes had night, one interception deep in Cloverdale took the Cloverdale's own territory By CECIL SMITH I know this information will be too late for this week, since the pairings for the various flights were not posted until Tuesday, Sept. 16. However, here is the start of the first round and the tee off times. The time mentioned here is for the start of each flight. Championship flight: Moranda-Silviera, Creecy-Collingwood, Jr., Cousins-Bush, time 8:15. Presidents flight: E. Rogers, Selzle, Simon-Montoya, Keehan-Dillon, 8:00. First flight: B. Rogert-Shipman, Hamburg-Boncher, Pellegrini-Hearn, 8:22. second flight: Steinback-Warnick, Devoto-Rutherford, Bellagio-Cockran, Foote-DelSarto, 8:37. Third flight: Carlsen-lversen, Davis-Stratton, Matteoli-Book, Kately-McCullough, 8:52. Fourth flight: Rege-Lar-n, Koepf-Smith, C. Petersen-Hatch, Henderlong-Carrol, 7:30. Fifth flight: Venable-Barrington, Laughlin-Randon, Hines- Lehrmann, Vail-Rogers, 7:44. Sixth flight: Ronald- Collingwood, St., Petri-Burton, Pickard-Len Mittlestadt, Vadon-Vasconi, 9:07. Seventh flight: Rockioli-Navarro, Ranfl-Sesna, M. Foote-Bandiera, Phillips-Bliss, 9:21. So there is th/ official pairings for the Club Chamvionship. I hope they have all paid their dues as there is a new ruling this year that says you must be paid up in order to compete. Most of the guys have long ago pungled up the required amount but in any case it is mostly a matter of being forgetful. The next round for this important Tournament will be played on September 28 and the final go-round on October 5. Then, of course, the next big deal will be the Trophy Dinner Dance on October 25 at Villa Chanticleer. A few of the boys got together and put in the day patching Up the car paths, last Monday the 15th. The paths were in really bad shape and not only hard on the carts buut dangerous. Thank you men ! They really need to be blacktopped again but we will have to forgo that for awhile. Yesterday, Mary and I played a popular golf course in Santa Rosa and some dude was in front of us and he or she was wearing either soccer, football or soft ball shoes with round corks. Did you ever try to putt on slick greens over the boles these shoes make? I don't see how anyone could be so thoughtless! Should be barred from the course! I must mention that our long-time friend, Stella Vogt of Wikiup made a hole-in-one on the 9th at that course with her rusty old four iron. Her husband, Jim, had his some time ago so now they are even. See you up the crick aways as I am off to Hidden Valley today. Hope some jerk hasn't been walking on those greens in football shoes or maybe it's a good thing. Where else could I get a better alibi for playing so lousy? Bowling Scores Mou. 570 Scratch Trio Parsley's 6 Asooc. Brokers 4 Garret Log 4 Crayford's 4 4 Boiae-C, ascade 4 4 Mellon's 2 6 Clvd. Bowl 1 7 ROb Wakeman, 235-642; AI litchard, 214-603. Moat. Ladles HDCP Dilley Ins. 6 2 Photo by Mac 6 2 The Wheel 6 2 Clvd. Auto Pts 4 4 Naureen's 3 5 Clvd. Nursery 3 5 Harolds Dante 3 5 Segeshio Fm 1 7 Diane Vail, 215-546; Virginia Neat, 219-527; Brenda Odiorno, 190-519. 'rue. Women's Trio Bradford's 4 0 1st National 4 0 Penny Fair 3 1 L.P. 3 1 Fashion Flair 1 3 Stan's 1 3 Ray's Woodwork 0 4 Fashion Flair 0 4 Gloria Stryker, 234-590; Marcy Mires, 203-556; Carol Rainwater, 193-507. Sharon Badgley, 236-547; 2 Rita Ricetti, 187-522; 4 Geralyn Gore, 195-518; 4 Kathy Spelbring, 179-505; Brenda Odiorne, 209-502. Thur. 8800 Andersen Backhoe 4 0 Masonite 3 1 LP1 3 1 Wally's Home Serv. 3 1 LP 2 1 3 United Vint. 1 3 Rolando Lumber 1 3 Clvd. Auto Parts 0 4 ROb Wakeman, 201-581; FC Bray, 204-555. FrL Early Birds Orange Realty 4 0 Maurice Saw Sp 3 1 Caturegli's 3 1 Cissna's 3 1 Silva Pharm. 1 3 LP 1 3 The Four Ds 1 3 Rexall Drugs 0 4 Paul Pasquini, 2i5-555; ROy Bandeen, 190-544;' Pat McGahey 205; and Mike Kelly 206; hand their first 200 games. Tue. Mixed Four House of Jacks 7 1 Masonite 5 3 Northbay For. 4 4 Century 21 4 4 Mustard Seed 4 4 Tom Gore 3 5 Harris Radiator 3 5 MGM Brakes 2 6 Larry Kramer, 243-605; Squier, 193-489. Wed. 875 HDCP Pick's 4 0 Carl Young 3 I LPRDC 3 I Clvd. Druids 3 1 Pardini's 1 3 Garret Log. 1 3 Giovarmetti's 1 3 Redwood Payless 0 4 Dave Ricetti, 221-627; Garry Witty, 234-607. Wed. Bantams Johnnie Naiman 190 Mike ,gnew le3 J.ermy SpelbrinS 130 Thur. Morn Better Half Clv. Hdwr 4 0 B&K Upholstery 3 MIll SU-eet 3 1 At The Mill 2 2 Anderson Backhoe 2 /4 Shop N Save 1 3 Team e 3 KPPB 0 4 opening kick-off and marched 44 yards only to stall on on Healdsburg's 25 yard line. Eric Botkin and Tom Gregg had runs of 9 and 13 yards, respectively. Dan Wirt completed a 15 yard pass to Jim Keyes in the drive. The Eagles controlled the football in the first half as they ran off 30 offensive plays but could not find the goal line. It was late in the fwst hal/when the Eagles fumbled and lost the ball on their own 22 yard line. 'rne Greyhounds capitalized on the turnover and scored on a 23 yard pass play. The P.A.T. was good and Healdsburg went in at haltime with a 7-0 lead. Healdsburg dominated the second half play with SO "offensive plays and one touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Cloverdale committed two turnovers in the fourth quarter. Defens/ve standouts for the Eagles were Eric Botkin with 12 tackles. Andy to half a Healdsburg Drive. This Friday evening the Eagles will host the Calistoga Wildcats with the JV game beginnin__g at 5:45 p.m. The CaRstoga JVs have tied St. Helena 0-0 and lest to Clear Lake 27-14 past weekend. This will be the Eagles first home game of the year. CloverdaJe is 1-1 so far. Scoring Summary Helsburg 0 7 0 ells Cloverdale 0 0 0 0l lmlivklul Statistics Cloverdale Rushing: 20xS0; Botkin 7x; gg 7x20; Estrada h-6; Lawson 2xl; Wirt -4. Passing: Sxl4- yds. with 3 interceptions; Wirt, 7Xllxl int--S3 yes.; Lawson, Lj int.-S yds. Punts: Lawson, 3x12Sx42.6. Kiek-offs: Ridgeway, Ix33x,. I I Eagles upset--hopes demolished by Hounds Cloverdale traveled to Healdsburg Friday with hopes of an upset over NBL power Heaidsburg--their hopes were dashed with a 45-0 loss. Unfortunately, FB coach Tony Frye's failure to use his reserves until the closing minutesofthe game took away from a superb Hound effort. Healdsburg scored three times in the f'wst quarter behind the exceUent passins of QB Bulke. The eagles simply couldn't pressure any passing errors because the Healdsburg line kept Bulke free to throw. In between the throws he directed a smooth rmming ground attack led by Lownes and Johnson, both players gaining over a hundred yards on the night. Cloverdah moved the ball occasiomy on the ground but couldn't sustain a drive and when the Eagles fell way behind couldn't keep the pass rush off Ken Baumgardner and the Eagles turned the ball over on interceptions several times. Cloverdale learned some in the game fllat hopefully will help in Frly night's home openesgalnst Calistoga. Defense stndeuts for the Eagles were Shane Young, Tony Rodriguez, Tim Retherford and Jan Novak. Come out Friday night and support the Eagles v. Calistoga JV at 5:30 Varsity at 7:45 p.m. III His & Hers Reno Clvd. Bakey 4 0 The Encore 3 Field & Rued 3 I VFW 3 I Aparicio Exp. I 3 Crayford & Pritchard I 3 Cloy. Bowl 3 Pizsa Queen 0 4 Larry Drake, 189-559; Marcy Mires, 26-557. Sat. JR& Goodman, Ramos, Wilson Vail 4 0 Ball, Singleton, Whittaker, Chase 3 I Lowe, McFarland, Sump- ter 3 1 Ahders, Stuber, R/cet- ti 2 2 Wfllhite, Finck, Beetle 2 2 Marley, Vail 1 3 Wirt, Keyes, Meeker, Ricetti 1 3 Willhite, Wood 0 4 Don Chase, 224-7; Doug Goodman, 194-513; Pam Marley, 161-448. Here's three ways nottoget mugged. I hate to peat myself- but youe not llstenlngl 8o Il say It aal 1. Walk on well-lit streets. M. Don'1; w'alk arone late at nlght. 8. Have your keys z, eady, so you don't ramble around at your door. Find out what else you oan do to pPotect yourself. Write to: Attorney General's Crime lh'eventlon Oenter,. Suite 290, 556 Capitol Mal, Samamento, CA 95614. And help me... TAKE A BITE OUT OF C | 0?9 The Advertising CotCtl. Irtc A meme 'om the Cl'l me Prtven Uon Colltlo., this l:lm,t, lon t.'4 The Ad ntl. Karen Derenia and Carol Allen present members of the Cloverdale High School Varsity Football team with rain jackets-gifts from Theta Zeta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. Shown left to right: Alan Lampert. Greg Stewart, Ken Baum Paul Pearson. Jan Novak and Eagles varsity and JV football teams opened their 1980 season with a 21-8 win over TomalesBraves. Photo by Francisco Archery starts Indoor winter archery leagues started the -md an round Wednesday, October shooter 17, at the Rainbow Hall on team the Citrus Fairgrounds. Scores This round is proving to be very different and very high of interesting for the ar- challenge chers who shot Wednesday night. There is still roomfor several more shooters, so Rainbo come on out and shoot with us. Bear, raccoon and p.m. on squirrels were the targets for the first night. 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