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October 9, 1991

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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, Oct. 9, 1991 J Queen Tiffany McAdams and her es.,rt Jim Norton I1. Junior Prim'ess Michelle Yanglin and her e, orl Ronnie Richardson. Sophomore Princess Nicole Baptista and her escort Todd Lands. Freshman Princess Melissa Lish anti her escort Luke Barry. 7TH AND 8TH GRADE boys basketball coach. Must have CPR or first aid. Applica- tions taken through I0/2591 at Washington School, Marc Magers 894-2532. [ ! The candidates for CtlS Ilomecoming were, back row, from left, Nicole Baptista, Michelle Yanguin, Tiffany McAdams, Amber Lane. Front row. from left, ,lessi Barry, Sara Treankle, llilda l_zpez, Jennifer Norton, Sara Romain, Michelle Jojola, Melissa Lish. Not pictured, Tammy ttassett. ...... L, ii I . Cloverdale Eagles lose Homecoming game Ea five el of like home- coming. SO"nO,[l  a little, others a lot. All agree it's adiswaction they could do wither and wouldn't miss. The Cioverdale Eagles "celebrated" homecoming Friday night against visiting Clear Lake by losing a 27-0 North Central L I contest to the Cardinals, now beaten t times. ;t have be.ell i i Cloverdale, play and 2-3 on the season, ran the ball only 13 times for 60 yards against the physical Clear L',tke.defcnsive line and had even less success in the air as ;ter threw was sacked they knew t lot coach cter) got a Clear Lake running back Doug Brewer, the Redwood Empire' s lead- ing rusher  small school or big school  with 707 yards, picked up 125 of those On 20 carries against the of i Brewer on runs, his sixth g TDs of the season, and returned an intercep- tion 68 yards for a score. Quarter- back Rick the other Clear 23-yard run. "And we were away from or four t play," The led 14-0 after the first quarter and 21-0 at halftime. They added an insurance touchdown in the third quarter. Bragg game," Berry said in refer- ence to the Cardinals' 29-12 loss to Fort Bragg a week earlier. But there was no getting around the five interceptions, according to Berry. "They were the story of the game." On a more,positive note, Fayter did manage tb complete 13 of 22 passes for 124 yards. Jamie Hale caught five passes for 62 yards and Chris Berry had three catches for 30 yards. Chad McCutchan was Cloverdale's leading rusher with 30 yards on five carries. On defend, Scou Persons inter- ccptcd a Clear Le pass, the Cardi- nals' only turnover. "We made a few adjustments in the second half and they didn't move the ball that well against us," Berry .said. Cloverdale wiU try for its In'st league win Saturday in Fort Bragg against the Timberwolves (1-1). "They don't pass the ball extrcmcly well so they'll probably try to run it right at us," Berry said. Fort Bragg defeated Clear Lake 29-12 in its league opener but lost 14-7 to Willits last Friday night. Homecoming was no merrier for Cloverdale's junior varsity team Fri- day night as thc Eagles (0-2, 3-2) dropped an 8-0 decision to the Cardi- nals (2-0, 2-3). Clear Lake scored on an intercep- tion return with less than a minute to play in the first half. The junior varsity game Saturday in Fort Bragg kicks off at noon, fol- lowed by the varsity game at ap- proximately 2 p.m. In other NCL I games this wcck- end, Kelseyville (2-0) hosts Willits (1-0-1) Saturday night and Loer Le (0-0-1) travels to Upper Lake (0-1) for a Saturday afternoon game. Clear Lake has a bye. Tiffany McAdams named 1991 Homecoming Qu By Jennifer Luclanl Homecoming '91 at Cloverdale High School was celebrated this past week with the slogan "Spark the Spirit." Friday night Senior Tiffany McAdams was crowned Homecom- ing Queen by the 1990 Queen Francisca Maciel. Princesses were: Freshman Melissa Lish: Sophomore Nicole Baptista and Junior Michelle Yanglin. Spirit Week began Tuesday, Oct. I with Hobo Day, lollowed by Ban- dana Day on Wednesday, Wild Hair Day Thursday, and Blue and Gold Day Friday. Each class received points for the students that participated on the vari- ous days. Students were also given a name tag to be worn to earn points. At the Spirit Rally Thursday night on the.Allen Memorial Field, there were various class competitions in- cluding a balloon toss and a tug-of- war. Candidates for Homecoming Queen and Princesses were introduced at that time. A limo, provided by Pa- cific Coast Limousine Service, drove the canlidates onto the field. The volleyball and football teams were also introduced. The Freshman Class presented a dance/rap skit; the Sophomores gave a parody of A Christmas Carol about football; the Juniors presented Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure and the Seniors offered a class history. At the end of the rally a bonfire was built by Merle Reuser and Reuser, Inc. 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