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October 1, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 les step up defense in Hoopa win and remain unbeaten Cary " Cloverdale Eagles contin- new ways to entertain. !two weeks of explosive of- fense where the losing team scored 32 points on both occasions, last Friday night the defense stepped, it up in a 13--7 win over the Hoopa a junlor and defensive back for the Cloverdale Eagles f (r), and Dustin Haug, also a junior and a defensive back, have players in the last three Eagles victories. up some treasure from Stuff Antiques & Collectibles .ii, : L;; ........... i Barbara Falleri offer collectibles and TV repair. to walk into Stuff & Such ?mtiques & Collectibles and not some treasure--sometimes quite literally. Owner Bar- said she once sold a small sterling silver bracelet to a for $3 dollars. The woman had it appraised and discovered it original Navaho baby bracelet worth $250. Well, Barbara boo-boo's all the time, but a visit to Stuff & Such is well it Store LS jam packed with furniture, jewelry, lamps, fishing and frames, and glassware ranging from 1850 to present. of the store, Mark runs TV Plus, and repairs all makes televisions and most electronics (but not VCR's). ) by and find that something you just can't live with out. It's they have it! They are open Wed-Sat 10-5; Sun 10 to 2 pm, Cloverdale Blvd. There number is 894-2695. Warriors. However, two constants remain: the Eagles are unbeaten after facing three formidable foes and running back T.J. Bird contin- ues to ramble for big chunks of yardage. How dominant was the defense at Allen Field? Statistically, Clo- verdale outgained Hoopa 311 yards to 166. The only score for the visitors was an 80-yard kick- off return to start the game. In the second half Hoopa was held to one yard on the ground and two first downs. Still, the outcome was in doubt until the final moments. In fact, from first appearances, it looked as if Hoopa would take command early, compliments of Eagle mistakes. Trailing 7-0, Clo- verdale turned over the ball deep in their own territory on their first two possessions. Defensive back Sean Montano prevented any damage from the first flub when he intercepted a Warrior pass on the Cloverdale five-yard line. Then the entire defense had to rise to the occasion as Hoopa drove to a first-and-goal at the 1-yard line. The Warriors had to settle for a field goal try and that failed. The defense was sorely tested one more time just before the half when Hoopa had another first- and-goal at the nine. That threat ended when on 4th down Mon- tano this time knocked down a pass in the end zone. Having survived a first half where they gave up the ball on three of their five possessions - all on their own side of the field - the Eagles were ready for something good to happen and it didn't take long. Chris Lands took the second half kickoff and returned it 42 yards to the Hoopa 41. Eight run- nmg plays later, seven involving Bird, the Eagles were in the end zone and Brady Cox's PAT tied the game at 7-7. It then took the Eagles less than two minutes to take the lead. A Hoopa fumble at its own 17 set the stage for two Bird thrusts up the middle and another touchdown. With the missed point-after, Cloverdale held a 13-7 advantage. That margin would hold up, thanks to the defense. Hoopa managed a mild threat in the last quarter, putting together its long- est drive of the night of 49 yards. However, with a fourth-and-one situation at the Cloverdale 42, the Warrior quarterback started off on an ill-advised sweep. Bird smacked him for a four-yard loss with 2:30 remaining. If there were any doubts about the outcome, Bird ended those on the next play as he sprinted 46 yards to the Hoopa eight. A few "kneel- downs" later the Eagles had earned the victory. Bird, after setting an all-time single-game rushing record the week before, finished with 267 yards on 30 carries in this contest. Lands added 34 yards on seven carries. But this game will be re- membered for the defense. Mark Selberg and David Briseno con- tinued their stalwart line play, while fellow linemen Steele Hard- en, Nick Angeli, Sean Falleri, Mike Roberts and Hector Galvan con- tributed strong efforts in the trenches. % Linemen Sesn Failed (r) and Andres Lopez are both members of the Cloverdale Eagles varsity football team. Kevin Cookman, Lands and Bird finished off several tackles if there was any Warrior penetra- tion and the Eagle secondary was particularly toughon this evening. Besides the Montano pick, Mike Castrillo recovered the fumble that set up the winning score and a solo tackle for a loss; they joined with Dustin Haug, Brendon Hampton and Cox to limit the Warriors to five of 12 passing for 71 yards, 49 of those yards com- ing on Hoopa's last possession. Friday night the Eagles host Mendocino, a team that was over- powered by Potter Valley last week, 48-0. However, Coach Rick Berry and his staff, who usually find ways to motivate the grid- ders and the defense (which has allowed three touchdown returns on the last six kickoffs) may be capable of even more. JVs beat Hoopa too By Roberta Lyons The junior varsity Eagles en- 'joyed their first win of the season over Hoopa last Friday, 19-0. Cloverdale scored in the sec- ond quarter on a one yard run by Mike Ramazzotti. Ryan Gladden kicked the extra point to bring the score to 7-0. On the next possession by Hoopa, the Eagles got the ball on the Warriors 35 yard line and five plays later Wade Meier scored on a five yard run. The extra point was no good, but at halftime the score was 13-0. In the fourth quarter, after Hoopa fumbled, Mike Ramazotti ran 10 yards for another touchdown. No extra point again, but the final score was 19-0. Coach Steve Stewart commend- ed his defensive line for doing an "outstanding" job. He mentioned TJ Beeson, Derek Wienke, and Sean Lands. Ruben Lopez had a nice inter- ception as did Ryan Gladden and Carlos Crippes. "It was a good win for us," said coach Stewart. "Although we had seven fumbles and a bunch of penalties, our defense did a great job." At Cloverdale Hoopa - 0 0 0 0 - 0 Cloverdale - 0 13 0 6 - 19 Danielle Bird, a sophomore, =s an outstanding setter and outside hitter for the Cloverdale Eagles varsity volleyball team. In last week's game with Tomales she scored 11 service points. Jordan Jackson is a member of the Cloverdale Eagles varsity vol- leyball team. Volleyball win at Tomales By Roberta Lyons Both the junior varsity and var- sity Eagles volleyball teams de- feated Tomales last Tuesday, Sept. 23. The varsity won: 16,14; 16,14; 15,4. Krista Warren had 18 kills, seven solo blocks and one service point. Bonnie McDonald had 12 points with four kills and no blocks; Danielle Bird had 11 ser- vice points with three kills. Katie Gunnink had four service points with ro kills; Caiflin Jensen had two service points; sten Lane, three service points; Jordan Jackson, one service point and Monica Dalton, tyro. The Eagles played Calistoga on Tuesday and will play Rincon Valley Christian on Oct. 7. League play starts on Oct. 14 with Kelseyville. ler pont II TO GO Clmwda TOYOIA Any Large 1 Topping Pizza Just $9.95 With This Coupo.l Ms Again for the First Time Ik , & South Cloverdale Blvd. in the Furber Ranch Shopping Center i/4Bl:ll!./.] RICK GURRIES uc. No. 267621 Clover Electric, Inc. Closed Circuit "IV Systems Designed & Installed 40 Ft. Bucket Lift 894-3531 RNklkm 80 industrial Drive L .................. Catherine Mitchell Bookkeeping Services 96 Tarman Drive LICENSED PO Box 892 TAX Cloverdale, CA 95425 (707)894-4330 PREPARER FAX 894-5250 ,Nicot % Johnson BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 894-2930 . 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