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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA  WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13, 2010 -- Page 7 Eagles varsity volleyball starts league with a win Kicker Miguel Torres kicks a P.A.T. as holder Beau Gastineau and blocker Joey #46 Arley Trevizo and #24 Victor Haro set and ready to go at a recent CHS football Missamore look on. game. Win a Wi Promotion! 7th grader Jordyn Turner on defense during a junior high basketball game Cloverdale Youth Soccer player Rebekah Ritchie deflects a pass during a home soccer match. 8th grader Stacey Furlong goes up for a layup in a junior high contest. Eagles junior varsity has a real,. "nailbiter" game with Trojans The Cloverdale Eagles junior var- sity football team had a "totally ex- citing game," last Friday at home against the Lower Lake Trojans. They came up short at 16-7, but it wasn't for a lack of trying. The final score was decided in the last two minutes of the game. Lower Lake received the opening kickoff, started its drive on the 40 yardline, drove the length of the field, ran in for a touchdown, and were successful on their two point after attempt, bringing the store to eight to nothing. Then it was the Eagles' turn. The junior varsity Eagles' first drive of the game started on the 30 yard line. The Eagles were moving the ball well, with Nick Borissenko and Col- by Meier running behind the block- ing of Call Westfall, Miguel Torres, Garrett Johnson, Manual Gonzalez, Danny Figueroa, and Zack Zmrzel. Colby Meier swept left for a 13 yard touchdown run; Gaby Chanure was successful in his point after, bringing the score to Lower Lake 8 and Eagles 7. Lower Lake's next possession was stopped short when Borissenko's hard hit popped the ball out and big Rob Spain, came up with the loose ball. The offense, however, was un- able to capitalize on the turnover and was forced to punt. Lower Lake's offense took over. They were threatening to score inside the Ea- gle five yard line with the first and goal; the junior varsity Eagle de- fense made a huge stand and got the ball back, denying the touchdown, coach Sean Geske reports. Offense was unable to move the ball, punted again, and on the last play of the first half, Lower Lake was driving hard when Josh Holden intercepted a pass, ending the first half with the score 8-7. In the second half, Lower Lake at- tempted an on-side kick. Zack Zmr- zel recovered the ball, but the junior varsity Eagle offense was unable to move it and was forced to punt. In Lower Lake's next offensive drive, they were inside the Eagle 15-yard- line, threatening to score; Lower Lake decided to go for it on a fourth and short, again the Eagle defense stood strong and gave the ball back to the Eagle offense. On the Eagles next offensive pos- session, they drove the length of the fielG and were inside the Lower Lake five-yardline, threatening to score, but an Eagle fumble took away the opportunity. Lower Lake got the ball on offense, drove the length of the field and were In scor- ing position when the junior varsity defense again had another beautiful goal line stance, giving the ball back to the Eagle offense. With two minutes and 33 seconds left in the game, down by one point, with their end zone 90 yards away, the Eagle junior varsity offense fal- tered, and were unable to move the ball. The Eagles decided to go for it and failed on the fourth down, giv- ing the ball back to Lower Lake on the Eagle 10 yard line. Lower Lake got a touchdown and was successful in their two point after attempt, bringing the score to 16-7, coach Geske reported. Nick Borissenko received the kickoff, and had a great and exciting run up the right side line, all the way to the Lower Lake 45 yardline. A Zach Rege reception to Josh Hold- en put the Eagle offense inside the 30-yardline, with 30 seconds left in the game. But, a dropped pass and a penalty stymied the scoring oppor- tunity and the game was over. "It was really an exciting game. I think the offense and the defense are starting to get on track and fig- ure things out. We still have some work to do to get ready for our game this Friday with Clear Lake at Lakeport," coach Geske said. Defense was led by Jorge Cha- nure with 12 tackles, Colby Meier, had 11; Nick Borissenko, 10. Offen- sively, Colby Meier rushed for 80 yards and Nick Borissenko rushed for 50 yards. Josh Holden received three passes for 60 yards. SINK LAW OFFICE TRUSTS, ESTATES  REAL PROPERTY THOMAS REED SINK* MARY PAYNE SINK * CERTIFIED SPECIALIST IN ESTATE PLANNING. TRUST AND PROBATE LAW .STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION 144 SOUTH CLOVERDALE BLVD. CLOVERDALE (707) 894-3941 SINKLAW@SABER.NET WWW.SINKLAWOFFICE.COM Cloverdale Chargers played the Mendocino Coast Jaguars at home on Sunday Oct. 3. Varsity won with a score of 28 to 14. Varsity players of the week are Michael Beard,left, Jarek Heaps and Leo Ortiz. Jv Chargers won the Mendocino Coast Jaguars on Sunday, Oct. 3 with a score of JV Chargers 6, Jaguars O. Jv players of the week are Hunter Kaher,top left, and Beto Zarco. Alex Calvillo, bottom left, and Justin Johnson. Cloverdale Eagles varsity volley- ball team defeated the Clear Lake Cardinals last week, but fell to the St. Helena Saints. In the Tuesday, Oct. 5, game with Clear Lake, the first North Central League I South game, the Eagles won: 26, 28; 25, 17; 25, 19; and 25, 15. Brooke Robinson had one kill, two attempts, and six digs. Taylor Spaulding had 12 service points, two kills, eight digs, 15 assists; Mor- gan Robinson, three service points, one ace, three kills and 10 digs; Jazmin Orozco, two points, one kill, and eight digs; Morgan Carlson, 17 service points, eight aces, 14 kills, and 13 digs; Sierra Hege, five kills, two digs, and one block; Morgan Carlson had one block; Katie Mora, six service points, three aces, six kills, and five digs; Kim Mitchell, six service points, three aces, one kill and seven digs; Andrea Perez, one service point, one ace, one kill and two digs; and Danielle Perlen- fein had three digs. Junior Varsity lost 25, 23 and 25, 20. In the second league game, the St. Helena Saints downed the Eagles: 25,19; 25, 21; and 25, 13. Brooke Rob- inson had one kill and three digs; Taylor Spaulding had one kill, eight assists, and six digs; Brooke Robin- son had three service points, eight digs, three assists; Jazmin Orozco had two service points; Morgan Carlson, five service points, one ace, 12 kills and 12 digs; Sierra Hege had two service points, two kills, and four blocks; Katie Mora had three service points, two aces, two kills and three digs; Kim Mitchell had one service point, one kill and one dig; Andrea Perez had one point, two kills and two digs. "We played St. Helena really well," commented coach Margaret Fitzgerald. "We competed well. We lost Sierra Hage in the second game so we had to improvise," the coac.h explained. "I'm pleased we are get- ting better every week." At their Tuesday, Oct. 19, game with St. Vincent, the Eagles are par- ticipating in cancer awareness month, which is October. Coach Fitzgerald reports that players will "be wearing pink, raffling off bas- kets and donating the money to Cancer Awareness. Support Eagle volleyball during Cancer Awareness night on Oct. 19! ANIMAL HOSPITAL OF CLOVERDALE 20 Industrial Drive Cloverdale, CA 95425 (707) 894-3951 BW 12 months of Heartgard, or a 6 month supply of Frontline for your chance to win a brand new Nintendo Wii! One entry ticket per purchase of Heartgard or Frontline. Promotion valid through 10/31/10 Northern Carpet Care Reveille Special! Ask about our Expert Tile & Grout Specials! Additional Services: Carpet & fabric protection Petodors removed Water damage Car interiors Area rug cleaning Commercial ratesavailable Per Room- 2 room min., up to 250 aq. ft. $180oo Any 5 Rooms Cleaned & Dupont Teflon Protected $130 [ 5 Rooms SOFA- s'/5" LOVESEAT - $65 . CHAIR $5000 Call 707 857-3237 For A Free Estimate Re-Elect / aOE PALLA'VOTE Cloverdale City Council Strong leadership during challenging times I will continue working hard on "quality of life" programs, including: V'Working to create living wage jobs so residents can live, work, and play in Cloverdale. veWorking to establish Financial Stability so we can provide reliable and sustainable services. 'Working to establish a community vision for the downtown core area, including the plaza, former police/fire station and surround- ing area. 4"Working to establish a business diversity plan for the downtown corridor. veWorking to encourage a strong business community. 'Working to establish quality youth and senior programs. 'Working to establish and maintain strong Public Safety and Medical Services. '/'Working to protect our environment and preserve our strong agri- cultural heritage. 'Working with Cloverdale Unified School District to maintain excel- lence in our schools. 'Working to make sure future water and sewer needs are met. 'Working to ensure the SMART train includes service tb Cloverdale from day one. DEDICATION -- EXPERIENCE COMMITMENT -- DEMONSTRATED ABILITY Plid for by Citizens to Re-Elect Joe Palla - FPPC #1287582 P.O. Box 696, Cloverdale, CA 95425 Emaih - Cell: (707) 694-6055 I k t