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Page 6 -- WEDNESDAY, SEPT 28, 2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Cloverdale Eagles start league volleyball CHS Athletes Of The Week: Madison Stewart and Amy Mora The Cloverdale Eagles volleyball teams started North Central League I play last week and 10st their games 'to two of the league s strongest com- petitors: St. Helena and Clear Lake (Lakeport). The Eagles played the St. Helena Saints on Tuesday Sept. 20 and lost 19, 25; 22, 25 and 6, 25. Taylor Spaulding had three ser- vice points, one kill, and five assists; Kim Mitchell, four service points, two aces, two kills, and 10 digs; Amanda Lawson, one kill and two blocks; Kati Mora, four kills, and four service points; Lindsay Harjak, three service points, two kills, and seven digs; Ashley Rilea, one kill and two service points; Morgan Robinson, five service points, one ace, one kill, and 10 assists; Brooke Robinson had seven points, two aces, and four assists. Junior Varsity lost 13, 25 and 20, 25. The Eagles lost the the second league game to Clear Lake: 19, 25; 18, 25; and 18, 25. Junior varsity won 25, 22 and 25, 23. The varsity Eagles tra;eeled to Carmichael for a tournament over the weekend. They lost to Winters: 25, 15; 10, 25 and 12, 15; beat Lower Lake, 25, 14; 25, 20; lost to Modesto: 19, 25 and 16, 25; defeated Elsie Allen, 25, 20; 25, 23; and lost to Or- land, 17, 25; 25, 19 and 11, 15. This week the Eagles will play Kelseyville, away and Willits at home on Thursday, Sept. 29, start- ing at 5 p.m. #10 Junior Andrea Perez and #1 Katia Saldana leap high above the net to block a spike attempt by a St. Vincent player in a game earlier in the season. Payless Self Storage Forget all other Deals! We will BEAT any PRICE in town by $10 a month: 894-9300 #22 Junior Kimberly Mitchell drives the ball over the net on a serve in a recent home game. By Charlie Delfino This week we are honoring two wonderful athletes that on and off the field have given so much to their sport, their teammates, and their school. These two young ladies have proven to be great role models for youth in various athletic venues representing Cloverdale High School (CHS). They give 100% whether they are out on the field, in the gym, or in the classroom. Each athlete has shown the ability to make others around them better, whether it be by way of example, encouragefnent, or ultimately pure heart. To view these athletes through the lens of a camera you can see emotions of many kinds. There's the look of determination as they compete as well as big huge smiles at random times simply for the love of the game. These two ladies are Sophomore Amy Mora sets her sights on the ball as she out runs the defender in a game the Eagles saw a 4-0 lead turn into a 4-4 tie against the Clear Lake Cardinals. fun to watch and have become, and will be into the future, key athletes at Cloverdale High School. Madison Stewart is a Junior at CHS and had herself a great week of soccer. She scored two goals in a 5-0 win over Willits and also scored a goal against Summerfield-Waldorf. Madison is also a very tough de- fender and vocal leader on the team. Amy Mora, who is a sophomore, also had a great week of soccer as she scored two goals against Willits and came back to score two more goals against Summerfield-Wal- dorf. She likes to bang bodies out on the field and is also a big part of the defense. Thanks to the fine play of these two athletes as well as a core group of returning and incoming players, the Eagles have themselves a seven win, two tie, one loss record mov- ing into the second half of the sea- son. If you asked either girl what the success of the program has been up to this point, I'd guess they'd tell you it's a team effort, it's the dedica- tion of the young athletes to adjust to varsity competition, and great coaching. I'm sure they would make sure to credit others around them because that is who they are, self- less, wonderful kids with bright fu- tures ahead of them. Congratulations to Madison Stewart and Amy Mora for being chosen this week's CHS Co-Players Of The Week. 'Z 0 V'O00 E I 1 1 ............... Cloverdale's ONLY I Quick Oil Change Service Plus I I, Full Service Auto Repair Shop[ I I Service includes 60 point inspection I I Average wait time 20 min. 10% OFF first oil change I 894-9267 I  Open Sat. 8am to 4pm  I I 6(TB Commerce Ln. (Reuser Business Park) "="=" I 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. URGENT #17 Freshman Sierra Morse keeps bet eye on the ball as she sets up  teammate in a recent J.V..volleyba ! match. Junior Madison Stewart uses her body to block the ball and take over possession during a recent home game against Clear Lake. 8[h grader Bailey Stewart poses with the CHS Eagles Mascots at a recent home football game. Cloverdale Little League Board Ne, as Officers and Members The CLL Board is in desperate need of new members. Numerous positions are open and need to be filled before the end of October. The General Election meeting will be your opportunity to help keep the Little League program in Cloverdale. The meeting is scheduled for: at Daly Field Sunday Oct 2 6:30 pm Photosby harlie Delfino Festa Italiana Sunday, Oct. 9 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Santa Rosa Vets Hall Food, Folk Dancing & Music, Silent Auction, Face Painting, Classic Cars,Bocce, Cooking Demonstrations, Travel Education Programs, and much more. For more info call 707-591-9696 or visit www.nbicf.org If he current CLL Board is unable to fill all required positions, the program will be cancelled and all funds will be transferred to other non-profit organizations, as per the CLL Articles of h|corporation. ......... I IdisonStswart,and Amy Mora celebrate one of the seven goals, they combined for during the week. The CIoverdale High School band, led by instructor Ken Collins, has performed at every home game this year. It has been nice to see a long time tradition brought back as they have featured the long lost Eagles fight song as well as other upbeat and entertaining pieces. The Eagles fight song used to be played at all football and basketball games back in the day but seems to have disappeared throughout the years. We would like to thank Mr. Collins and the band for keeping traditions alive as well as giving our new and upcoming students the chance to proudly sing a fight song that has molded young and old athletes for many years. Pictured are: Carlos Estrada on drums, Conductor Ken Collins, middle row left, Aidan Reynolds, Pedro Sanchez, Omar Ruiz, Jotera Conway, Ryan Campbell, back row left, and Rachel Weathers. ANIMAL ] I|OSPH'AI., OF CLOVERDALE Receive $40 OFF ..y Dental Cleaning for your pet in September. Go to our website and print out the coupon today. Look for other money saving offers every month at $6 advance purchase Sill at door/under 12 free Free Parking Call for Appointment! 894-3951