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Page 10 - Wednesday, October 8, 1980 I 00ports I I , Golf Notes '", By CECIL SMITH Being a gentleman of the "auld" school, and there are some that doubt both the gentleman and the"auld" school bit I shall lead off with the results of play in the Ladies Championship Tournament. Leading the field is the perennial Champ, Beulah McCaffery with low gross, 254. Low net is Alice Ranft, 198 and second. Iw net is Marge Lampson, also 196. Third low, Kay Rogers, 209. Fourth low net, Jacquie McCullough, 210. Second flight : Fritz Kennedy,.204. Virginia Mulkey, 204. Melba Rice, 211. Helendale Barrett, 213. Third flight: Rena Phillips, 200. Evelyn lverson, 216. Anita Mulgrew, 216. Adamae Rege, 222. All net scores. Now that we have taken care of the women, here are the results of last Sunday's play in the Club Championship Tournament. Hornlein clef Moranda 3, 2. Crecy def. Cousins, 3,2. Consolation flight: Silveria def. Mascherini, 2 up. Bush def. Coollingwood, Jr., 2-1. Pres flight: E Rogers def. Mon- toya 6-4. Simon-Selzle postponed. Consul. Whitton def. Seldner by default. Keehan drew a bye. First Flight: Shipmen def. Hamberg, 42. Pellegrini clef. Faust, 20th hole. Consl. Boucher def. B. Rogers, default. Hearn def. Bill Mulgrew, 3-2. Second flight: Stelnbach def. Rutherford, 4-2. DelSarto def. Bellagio, 1 up. ConsJ. DeVoto def. Warniek, 2 up. D. Foote def. Cochran, 4-3. Third flight: Iverson def. Davis 3-2. McCullough def. Matteoli, 20th hole. Consl. Stratton def. Carlsen by default. Kately def. Book 5-4. Fourth flight: Keopf def. Larsen lh hole. Hatch def. Hendrlong, 2 up. Canal. Smith def. Rege, 6-5. Carol def. Peterson, 3-2. Fifth flight: Laughlin def. Venahle, 2-1. Rogers def. Hines, 1 up. Canal. Barrington def. Ran(ion, 3-2. Lehrmann v. Vail postponed. Sixth flight: Ronald def. Petri, 2-1. Mittlestadt def. Vasconi, 1 up. Canal. Collingwood, Sr., def. Burton, 19th hole. Vadon def. Pickard, 4-2. Seventh flight: Ranft def. Rochioli, 4-2. Bandiera def. Phillips, I up. Consl. Navarro def.:Sesna by default. Bliss def. M. Foote, 21st hole. Next and final play will fall on October 5 and that will wind up tlle tournament this year. 'I trophy dinner dance will be held at the Villa Chanticleer on Qetober 25. Also on the agenda is the Men's Club monthly dinner meeting on Tuesday evening, October 21, which some bomay turn into a grape stomping event as most of the country is knee deep in them, figuratively speaking, of course. I dicrnot see any purple feet, onthe contrary, I did notice some purple tongues around ! Perhaps we started at the wrong end. See you all up the crick aways and if it is all right with you peoEe, I would just as soon have a little o that cool weather that We were so worried about a few days past! As my dad used to say, "She's going to be a stem-winder today!" Meaning, of course, a real hot day! Both the Cloverdale High School Eagles' Varsity and JV volley ball teams won two out of three games On Tuesday. September 30, against Ursuline High School. Varsity scores were: (first game) 14-16, Ursuline; (second game) 16-14. [ . , . - ; . .j V Cloverdale; (third) 15-0, Cloverdale. JV scores were: (first game) 15-5, Ursuline; (second) 15-12, Cloverdale; (third) 15- I i, Cioverdale. Photo by Janice. JV's capture the Wolves By ZACH VAIL CHS Correspondent The Cloverdale JV football team evened their record at 2-2 with a 19-12 win over Willits last Friday. Tom Gregg scored Cloverdale's first touch- down on a five-yard run in the first quarter. Kirt Williams kicked the extra point to leave the score 7-6 at the end of the quarter. With 6:44 left in the second quarter, Willits broke through Cloverdale's defense for a long touch- down run Their extra point attempt was unsuccessful and they led 12-7. Jeff Lawson then ran back the kfckoff 80 yards for a touchdown. This time Williams missed wide right with the kick, but Clover- dale had regained the lead yard line. Cloverdale then 13-12. ran out the clock to win 19- On the next set of downs, 12. Cloverdale forced Willits to punt, blocked the punt and Cloverdale Stats recovered the ball in Willits territory. With 2"38 left, Rushing" Botkin 10x34 1 Eric Botkin scored from td, Estrada 14x26, Gregg four yards out The PAT 4x20 1 td, Lawson 6x-6. was no good and Cloverdale led 19-12 at halftime. Passing: Lawson 2x7, 60 In the third quarter, yds.; Willits threatened to score Receiving: Woody, 1x35; as a long run and half back Gregg Ix20. pass brought the ball down to Cloverdale's 12 yard line Punting: Lawson 6x255, Willits lost their chance to 42 yd. ave. score when they fumbled an@ Cloverdale recovered Kickoffs: Ridgeway on th 9 one-foot line 4x156, 39 yd ave. Clo,erdale played good defense in the fourth Punt Returns: Gregg quarter Willits' last chance 2x19, Estrada 1-0. to score ended when Jim Keyes recovered a Willits Kickoff Returns: Lawson fumble on Cloverdale's 35- IxS0 I td, Botkin 1x18, Woody lx7 iCIoverdale-Geyserville Soccer update By SANDY PANZO Geyserville Steamers won other game Saturday which makes a total of five wins and only one loss; needless to say, coach Mike GII is very proud of them. In fact, according to Peter Zoll, all of Geyserville is proof their only team and is ithe Under 10 division. verdale's scores were as Ows: Under 1S: Aliens los{;i Under 12: Sorties won 2-I, this was the Sonics fifth straight win and coach Larry "Get on that Ball" London is understaridabiy super proud of his team. Under I0: Empires lost 19- 0, Panthers won 3-I, Chargers lost 2-5. Under 8: Tigers lot I-0. Cloverdale can be very proud of all its soccer players, they're doing super. On Wednesday, October 8, at 6 p.m. the Cloverdale coaches are playing the Aliens (our under 15 team) at our new soccer field at Washington School. This promises to be an exciting game according to coach Alex Wallace and Cloverdale residents are urged to attend and cheer for their favorite players. A lot of thanks go to the people who made it possible for Cloverdale to have a soccer field, especially Union Oil, "Big Geysers," who provided all the pipe needed for the goals, the employees who on their own time put the pipe together and our Cloverdale coaches and participating parents. Total wins and losses are as follows: Geyserville: Sleamers - Won 5, lost 1. Cloverdale: Aliens - Won 1, lost 3; Sonics - Won 5, lost 0; Empires - Won 0, lost 5; Chargers - won 1, lost 4; Panthers - won 3, lost 2; Tigers - Tied I, lost 3. ( ( i!  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Through the JV team lost one of the three games, they won the match by scores of 15-12 and 15-11. The team spirit was really getting out of hand when they brought out the Cloverdale Varsity Team. The cheers roared when Julie made the winning point in the second match against Ursuline. There were four outstanding servers in matches, Florence with 9 | with 9 pts., pts., and Julie Cloverdale won 16-14 and 15-0. really sportsmanshi only their te Ursuline. , On Thursday, Cloverdale Calistoga. won 15-7 and Varsity team wo 15-10. Diarma Sally Dacies well in a dose the varsity. ]1 ] Leading Tacklers: Botkin 14, Estrada 12, Lawson II, dgeway S, Sibert 7. Eagles give Willits scare: Loss in final seconds ByJAN"RED"NOVAK The Varsity Eagles traveled to Willits where they were handed their second defeat of the season in the final seconds of the game. It was a well-played game by the Eagles but mistakes in their owr territory with only a minute to go cost the Eagles a victory. The first quarter was a see-saw battle with no one taking control. The Eagles couldn't keep any long drives going and the Eagles defense made sure that the Wolves didn't either. The Wolves constantly had problems on offense. Even with good field position the Wolves couldn't run the ball with any success. When QB Marcus Davis tried to throw the ball he constantly was sacked by defensive end, Jim Lampert and linemen Tim Retherford and Hub Lampert. The first score of the game came in the second quarter when QB Rich Rowland found the time behind his line and threw to speedster Paul Pearson for a sixty yard TD pass. The Eagles controlled the rest of the half and lead by a score of 6 to 0. The second half didn't prove to be any less ex- citing. The Wolves stalled time after time against a fired-up Eagles. The ball back in quarter and did his thing With plenty o# pocket, Pearson. 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