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ssssssisssrsstersvsilisssm October 3, 2019 - The Cloverdale Reveille - Page 11 Eagles grou Cloverdata fails in 2-3; visits Lesser Lake on Ffiday By Greg Clementi Sports Editor The Eagles hit a bump in the road in week two of the NCLl football schedule, falling to a much improved Willits squad on Friday, 34-14. The setback evened Cloverdale’s league record to 1-1 and extended its season mark to 2-3. “Willits is a vastly improved football team,” Eagle’s head coach Greg Alexander said. “They had tremendous size and wore us down over the four quarters.” Further complicating matters was an injury suffered by senior running back/ safety Shayne Turner, hampering Cloverdale’s chances. “Shayne went out, which didn't help, but overall we just made too many mental mistakes and couldn't slow down their run game,” Alexander noted. The Eagles will attempt to right the ship this Friday, Oct. 4 when they visit Lower Lake. The Trojans (1-1, 3-2) are coming off a 29-21 win over Fort Bragg on Sept. 27 and also appear to be a much stronger team than in previous years. “Lower Lake can run and throw the ball effectively, so this will be a tough challenge going to their place,” Alexander predicted. “Right now we’re very close to being a complete team. lfwe can limit our mental mistakes we will put ourselves in a position to compete.” Eagles fall to Wolverines The Sept. 27 visit to Willits featured a good start for Cloverdale. The Eagles answered an early Wolverines’ score when quarterback Colby Furia found receiver Logan Axell on an eight-yard touchdown strikes). Baotths. earnest. 7:1- FIELD LEADERSHIP — Quarterback Colby Furia is in the midst of a breakout football campaign for the Eagles. Cloverdale will visit Lower Lake this Friday, Oct. 4. at the end of one. Trailing 13—7 in the second, Furia engineered another drive culminating in a two- yard scoring burst from Anthonie Rebottaro to take the lead at 14-13. The Eagles stopped a would—be Willits score on the ensuing drive with a fumble recovery at their own four- Running Eagles chase down Fort Bragg By Yave Guzman Special to the Reveille The Cloverdale High School cross country team traveled to Ft. Bragg on Sept. 25 where they raced against the Timberwolves. The varsity girls were led by Miriam Pulido (30:56) and Liliana Olivares (33:24), two freshmen girls making strong improvements. In addition, Sophia Witt and Paula Toledo made their racing debut for the season. The Lady Eagles were down a runner, and ran as an incomplete team. The varsity boys made a strong showing, led by meet winner Paden Collard (17:50), David Nunez (19:01, 4th overall), Joseph Faso (24:41), Sadrac Fernandez (24:48) and Finn Addison (24:49). The varsity boys were leading the Timberwolves at mile two but an unlucky ankle twist made Connor Kalos pull out of the race and Cary Wen couldn't finish as well due to some knee issues. Fort Bragg won the varsity boys competition, 27-28. The team will now focus on the first home meet on Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 3:30 pm. at the Treasury Estate Vineyards course. Everyone is invited to come cheer the Eagles on their only home meet of the season. FRONT RUNNER — Cloverdale veteran Paden Collard captured the Photo provided varsity boys race in a cross country meet in Fort Bragg on Sept. 25. Fall Book Sale October 3, 4, 5, 2019 Sponsored by the Friends of the Cloverdale Library Thurs, October 3 —— 6-8 PM Friends of the Library Preview Night BEST SELECTION (non—members may join at the door) Fri Sat, October 4 5 —- 10 AM 4PM, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Bag Sale on Fri and Sat also -— BAG SALE! 55 per bag We have a wonderful selection of good quality adult and children'sbooks at bargain prices. And CDs, DVDs, Audio Books and even some Videos. In the Forum Room at the Cloverdale Library 401 N. Cloverdale Blvd. yard line, but a Wolverines’ sack in the end zone put them back in the lead, 15-14. Willits finished the half with a decisive march ending in a short touchdown run to make it 22—14 Wolverines at the half. Cloverdale would not score again in the second half, as the Wolverines continued to control the lineof scrimmage nded by Willits, 34—14 Volleyball continues winning season Eagles eye battle With to host the Knights in a league ' ' showdown on Oct. 1. detentiin champlon Cloverdale opened its Keiseyvrlle latest stretch in a Sept. 24 home clash with St. Helena, By Greg Clementi easily dispatching the Saints Sports Editor in straight sets, 25-12, 25-16, 25-11. The Cloverdale High Pacing the attack were School varsity volleyball Tehya Bird (11 service points, team is off to their best league 12 kills) and Lane Hughes (12 start in years, claiming St. service points). Helena and Lower Lake as its The ladies traveled to latest victims. Lower Lake two nights later, The wins kept the Eagles turning back their hosts in tied for first place with three, 25-18, 25-18, 25-19. Kelseyville atop the NCLl Statistical leaders were standings at 6-0. Bird (11 service points, 25 At press time the Eagles kills) and Vivian McKinney (14-2 overall) were preparing (12 kills). ' Photo Michael Lucid with an effective running game the rest of the way en route to a 34-14 victory. “Coming out down a score out of halftime we had our chances,” Alexander said. “We hit a 55-yard pass to start the second half but weren’t able to produce any points on that drive or the rest of the game.” Photo provided ACE — Tehya Bird served in varsity volleyball action for the Eagles. Cloverdale is off to a 14-2 start. Chargers Players of the eek Throughout the season the Reveille Will publish and varsity Chargers football players of the week, as ‘ named by coaches. Photos provided GO GET ’EM —- JV players of the week are pictured top left, from left, Carlos Gonzales, Cash Langston, Jake Smith and Garrett Jenning. Varsity players of the week are pictured bottom left, from left, Ryley Huls, Tylie Hatcher, William Wedge, Oscar Flores, Caden McCutchen and Tyler Hermsmeyer. Want My”? assess ts all sat online news, stews, sssrts and features? Visit sisssrdalereveillecsm. Young Funeral Home Still Going Sim! Halsurg - 73.8431 County Families fredyoungfuneralhome.com #1944 & #2212 Eeyserville 6311].! o'INNERS . Thursday Monday BREAKFAST 8r LUNCH » Daily ' 718 Healdsburg Ave. 428 N. Cloverdale Blvd. ; 1‘93 0 fig. e . .y. Iverdle - 894.2540 21712 Geyserville Ave, Geyserville - Next to Geyserville Inn (Hwy 101 to Canyon Road Exit) - 707-857-3264 : www.9eyservilleinn.com