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c Page 14 - Wednesday, October ]5, 1980 II I I Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH October 5 the Men's Club playedtheir final rounds for the Cb Championship. The Championship flight wass played over two rounds of 18 boles by Ken Hornlein and Chas. Creecy. On the first 18, Creecy led Hornlein six up. On the second go round, Creecy walloped Hornlein to the turn of 8-7. So the new Club Champ will berowned at the Trophy Dinner Dance on the 25th of October, to be held at the Villa Chanticleer. The consolation flight for this bracket was won by Roy Bush from Jim Silviera by default, which is a good way to go. Less wepr and tear on the old bad. Elmer Rogers took the P(esident's Flight from Bob Simon, 2-I. Consolation in this flt won by Keehan over Whitton, 1 up. First Flight: Pellegrini def. Shipman 3-1. Consl. Boucher def. Hearn, 3-1. Second Flight: Del Sarto def. Steinbach 3-1. Consl. Consl. DeVoto def. Foote, 5-4. Third Flight: Bob McCullough def. Waldo Iverson, 3-2. Cong. Stratton def. Kately 3-2. Fourth Flight: Koepf def. Hatch, 5-4. Canal. Carroll def. Smith (the auJd wan) 2-1. Fifth Flight: Rodgers def. Laughlin, 5-3. . Vail def. Barrington, 4-2. Sixth flight: Mittlestadt def. Phald, I up. Consl. Vadon def. Collingwood, Sr. 4-2. Seventh Flt: Ranfl def. Bandiera, 5-4. Consl. Bliss def. Navarro, 5- 4. .'he next big tournament coming up at the local course is the Healdsburg City Invitational Golf Championship, to be played over Saturday and Sunday, October 18 and 19. Entry fee is $2Oand it will be played, 36 holes of medal play. dided I NCGA handicaps must be validated. Any ties will be by sudden death playoff. This Tournament is open to t men and women. There will be $500 in prizes for the va'ious flights. All entries must be in by October 7. Any qions you have will be answered at the Pro Shop. _ .ihe ladies played an all iron tourney (Thursday the 9th),. wl/ch I think is great fun. I would like to see the men put on a imilar type of play some time in the future. Even a five ir4p putter tourney is something different. However, the general play season is going into winter schedule now, so we shll go along with whatever comes up. y thoughts for the day are on knowing the rules. The foVrsome in front of us Sunday had one player hit his ball off th tee into his o:n golf bag. How would you rule on that one? Adpther guy was borrowing clubs from another player. Do yo know the rude on that maneuver? One player, in a h, was moving the berry bushes away so he could hit his b! Do you know the i'uling on that? And what do you do if .u see any of these violations?.You are supposed to police yo'self or better yet to be on your honor on the golf course. I guess some guys just like to win anyway, anyhow! L you all up the crick aways. With a rule book ! . :.......................... ......... . ..... .......... ....... ........ ......................... :,:..'.:::,:...,.:.:..:.. .: ..... ................. : ........ -.- ............................... j'V's march over e Saints co,00espo=00t The Cloverdale JV mtball team beat St. [elena 16-7 in their league penm', in St. Helena last iday. Cioverdale fell behind in je first quarter when a Jeff awson pass bounced off of iielmet and was picked ofU a St. Helena player, who Lq it back for a touchdown. t. Helena converted the tra point and led 7-0 going |to the second quarter. i Cloverdale's offense [arted moving in the ond quarter, as Jeff nson hit Eric Botkin with 35-yard screen pass which qht the ball down to the m' 10 yard line. Then on fr* down and 13 yards to g Lawson hit Marcos Ddy with a touchdown I. Kirt Williams kicked tl extra point to tie the at 7-7. 1'he Eagles' Dong Meeker blecked a St. Helena that rolled out of ds at the Saints' I0 yard li. A emlple of plays later Gregg scored from 7 yards out, Wiliams kicked the PAT and Cloverdale led 14-7 at halflime. The second half was a defensive struggle, as neither team did much of anything on offense. Cloverdale tried to drive a couple of times, but had trouble with penalties. Cloverdales only scoring in the second half was a safety by Tom Gregg. Which left the final score at 16-7, Cloverdale. Cloverdale's defense played an outstanding game, holding St. Helena to 69 total yards. The Eagles also intercepted three St. Helena passes. Cloverdale Stats Rushing: Botkin Iix29, Gragg I0x24, I td; Lawson 7xw4, Estrada Ixl; Hum- phrey lx3. Passing: Lawson 9x15, 164 yds, I td, 1 int. Receiving: Woody 2x23, 1 td; Keyes 2x51; Ridgeway Ix7; Botkin 2x50; Gregg Ix28 water bringing to sudote water in most and reservoirs in California are trout to the surface feed, say PG&E Streem first full weekend of II fishing could be 'oductive. Stream and ,, fishing pressures are w with many outdoor ithusiasts picking up ties and shotguns instead fiing rods. Here are some weekend, eks for fishermen:  Steelhead are running in e Klamath River from the and Shasta Lake are slightly lower, clear and cooling. Prospects for the coming weekend are fair to much improved. Working fly fishermen continue to score from Butte County streams. The majority of stream are clear and cool. Lake Almanor in Plumas County is normal for the season and clear and cool. The north fork below Lake Almanor is clear and cool. Waterwise fishermen are taking limits from the area just below Seneca. Fish are not big, not native. On the Mokelumne River outh upstream, The water fairly low, clear and cool. Upper and Lower Blue, tion has been good, says Twin an Meadow Lakes are G&E,s Stremn ut. nearly full, and U amento Ri are fair, Soccer coaches win game with Aliens On Wednesday at the Cloverdale soccer field, the Cloverdale team coaches played a game with our under 15 team and won. The Aliens feel that it was a good game but have asked for a rematch, sure that they can and will beat the "older kids." The other soccer scores from Saturday's games went as follows: Aliens: won 3-2 (really getting it on and looking good) Sonics: won 5-0 (this is the sixth straight win); Em- pires: won 3-I (thier first win); Panthers: lost 1-3 (it was a tough team); Chargers: Lost 0-7 (this was a bad day) Tigers: tied I-I (this was the same team they tied before). Coaches Jim and Debbie (Empires) were so happy to win a game finally, and their players did so well that they treated the whole team to ice cream cones after the game. + Photo by Mac :: : : ii:ii I Eagles win league opener By KEN "SPAZZ" BAUMGARDNER CHS Correspondent Would history repeat itself against St. Helena? In their game against Willits, the week before last, the Eagles came up losers in the last 30 seconds of the game, by two points. No, history did not repeat itself, but it came very dose to it. The great defensive line of the Cloverdale Eagles held St. Helena on the 6 yard line and a great hit by Jan Novak forced a fumble and was recovered by Tim Rutherford to save what might have been a St. Helena score. The Eagles went on to win by the score of 7-0. The Eagle defense seemed to be all over the field, hitting hard and creating trouble for the Saints' offense. Linebacker Jerry Novak was very impressive with 20 tackles along with defensive and Jim Lampert, who also had 20 tackles on the night. "This was the best defen- sive effort we've had against this team in 12 years," states coach Jerry Huot. "That defense was outstanding!" said one of the spectators, and out- standing they were. The St. Helena offense was having a hard time running the ball with the Cloverdale defense breathing down their neck on every play. The defensive line filled open boles and stuffed the Saints ball carriers at and behind the line of scrim- mage. At the start of the game, however the Saints seemed to be moving the ball against the Eagles fairly easy, getting 3-5 yards a carry. Finally, the defense got together and stopped them, forcing them to punt. The Eagles offense was not too imvressive on their opening drive and were also forced to punt. On defense again, the Eagles forced a fumble and gained control of the ball. But. as luck would have it, the Eagles fumbled the baLl back 'to kill their first scoring drwe. The first quarter ended 0-0. The second quarter came and went with still neither team on the scoreboard. Both teams were moving the ball well, but failed to get it in the end zone. The Eagles went to thelocker room hoping for a mar productive second half. The second half was also a big battle between goals. Finally, the Eagles started moving the ball rapidly down the field. The Eagles were on the 40-yard line of the Saints when the St. Helena coach got upset at a bad call and cost his team two 15 yard penalties. Now on the 10-yard line, the Eagles had to take ad- vantage of their position. Two plays later, Jim Lampert went in on a 5 yard touchdown run behind excellent blocking from the line. The defense picked up from where it left off. With 8:20 left in the game, Cloverdale forced the Saints to punt. The Eagles held on to the ball as long as they could, but also had to punt. The game was far from being over! The Saints put on a big drive to the Cloverdale 10-yzrd line. The Saints edged closer and closer to a touchdown, knocking on Cloverdale's front door. With a little over two minutes left, the Eagles remembered the week before, losing in the last 30 seconds, locked the door bycreating a fumble and recovering it. The Eagles sat on the ball and shattered all the Saints' hopes of winning. So ended a very exciting game, 7-0. On Friday, October 17, the Eagles welcomed- a tough Lewerlake tea Eagles first game. with the hour JV game. Coni it out! i Stats Cloverdale 0 0 St. Helena 0 0 Cloverdale yd. run Rushing: 10x31, Ken 6x34, Rowland Passing: yds., 1 Receiving: 2x17, Baumgardner Vaughn wins Cloverdale Tennis Club men's champ,onsh,p Randy Vaughn won the men's single title of the Cloverdale Tennis Club on October 5 by defeating Glen Johnson. Vaughn served steadily and vollied very well with his new Prince oversized racquet. The following weekend, Randy Vanghn teamed with Diana Rivas to win the mixed doubles over the father-daughter team of Cliff and Robin Smoot, 6-1, 6-3. The women's singles and men's doubles play were stymied by rain. They will Bowling Man. Scratch Trio Assoc. Brokers Crayford's Garret t Log. Louisiana Pac. TB&T Glass Boise Cascade Cloverdale Bowl Mellon's be played off at a future date. Here are the details of the competition. Singles were played under blazing sun on October 4 and 5. Results were: 1st round - - Smont & Reese, 7-6, 6-3. G. Johnson & S. Weidmer, 6-3, 6-4. Dixon & Stephenson 6.1, 4-6, 7-5. Vaughn & Pawlan 6- 2, 7-.6. In the second round: G. Johnson & Smoot 3-6, 7-5, 6- 0, and Vaughn & Dixon 6-1, 6-1. Randy Vaughn won in the finals on Glen Johnson MGM Bl-akes 8 12 14 6 Northbay Forest 8 12 14 6 Century 21 7 13 13 7 Mustard Seen 7 13 11 9 Rich Stolz (132 av.) 170- I0 I0 480; Mary Dixon (127 av.) 7 13 180-433. 7 13 4 16 Dean Young 267-267-211- 745; Dave Ricetti 214-600. Man. Ladies HDCP Dilley Ins. 14 6 Cloy. Nursery 12 8 The Wheel II , 9 Photo by Mac I0 I0 Naureen's 911 Clvd. Auto Pts. 9 II Harold's Dante 8 12 Seghesio Farms 7 13 Harold's Dante 1025 hdcp game; Linda Davis (140 av.) 186-446; Debbie Davis (129 av.) 164-431; Sherri Rose (II0 av.) 162-379; Marci Davis (113 av.; 161- 'J5. Tue. Women's Trio John's Auto I I 5 Ist Nat'l Bank I0 6 Stan's 9 7 Penny Fair 8 8 Fashion Falir Too 8 8 Ray's Custom 7 9 Fashion Flair 6 10 Louisiana Pac. 5 11 Marcy Mires 245-567; Terri Edens 188-549; Cindy Bogner 192-547. Tue. Mixed Fours Houe of Jacks 16 4 Masonite 14 6 Harris Radiator II 9  T,m Gore. Beekeeper 9 11 Wed. Mens 875 Pick's I I 5 Giovannetti's I0 6 Carl Young Con. I0 6 Clvd. Druids I0 6 Garrett Log. 8 8 LPRDC 7 9 Pardini's 5 II Redwood Payless 3 13 Marry Thieman 242-59; Joe Pasquini 202-51. Wed. Bantams (2 games) Rod Gren 139-214 Adam Beebe 116.223 Steve Treankle 101-190 Thur. Morn. Better llalf CIv. Hdwr 6 4 Andersn Backhoe 12 8 Shop n Save 12 8 Mill St. Milies 12 8 B&K Up. 8 llVz Pauisen's Vine. 7t 12 AI The Mill 7 13 KPPB 5 15 Kathy Spelbring 179-504; Pat Keehn 200-498. Thrs. Men's 800 Wally's 14 2 Louisiana Pc. 12 4 Masonite 11' 14= Anderson ex. 7 9 Louisiana Pc ! 6, 9= [Iniled Vintners 5 li Clvd Auto 4 12 in the fog of early Sunday morning Women's singles were played October 6 and 7 also. First round scores were Cindy Cottrell & Millie Campbell 6-0, 6.3. Sharon Reddy & Nancy Rivas0-6, 6. 2, 7-5. Carol Ballard & Connie Seymour 6-0, 6-0. Jane Paulsen & Robi Campbell 6-0, 6-0. Margaret Brown & Lisa Reese 6-0, 6-0. Diana Rivas had Second round of Women's singles results were: Cottrell & Reddy 6-0, 6-0. Carol Ballard & Jane Rolando Lumber 4 12 Ceaser Giannecchini 220- 566; Jess Kooken 210-551; Paul Giovannetti's 212-545; Gary Bogner (128 av.) 235- 534. Fri. Early Birds Maurice's Saw 13 3 Cissna's 9 7 Orange Realty 9 7 Rexal Drugs 8 8 Louisiana Pac. 8 8 Silva's Parm. 6 8 Caturegli's 7 9 Four Ds 2 14 Dave Parsley 265-683. His & Hers Reno VFW 14 2 Clv. Bakery II 5 Aparicio Ex. II 5 The Encore 9t 6t.,z Field & Rued 7 9 Sioane's Sea 5 11 Pizza Queen 4 12 Clvd. Bowl 2t 13 Bud Johnson 222-628; Sandi Crayford (123 av.) 180-438. Sat. Juniors Sumptner, McFarland, Ant hony 13 3 Gdman, Stuber, Wilson, Vail lOz 54 Bali. Singleton. Whittaker Ant hony' I0 6 Marley's & Vail's 8 8 Natensledt, Meeker, Ricer t i 7 9 Wilhite & Wls 6 10 Adhers, Stuber. Ricetti 5 lO'-z Willhile, Finck, Beebe, (ase 4 12 Dpug Meeker, 169-488; l,mda Siugleton 17393. Paulsen 6-1, 6-1. Diana Rivas & Margaret Brown 7- 6, 6-3, 6-0. Mixed doubles com- petitionfor the Cloverdale Tennis Club continued on October II. Results were: First Round: Randy Vaughn and Diana Rivas & John and Lisa Reese 6-4, 4-6, 7-5 in the best contested fh'st round match. The Reese team rallied for a second set win and provided stiff competition for Vaughn- Rivas in the third set. John and Lisa disproved the old addage about not picking your wife for a partner. Chris Dixon and Sharon Reddy & Todd Stephenson and Jan paulsen I Pawlan and st Alex Fasio Seymour. Vaughn and and Reddy 6-1, Robin Smcot & Cottrell 6-4, Rivas won pionship from 1, 6-3. Ponytail League News By TONi BORNGA Now that everyone in- valved in Ponytail League has had a nice rest (chuckle), we are getting ready for next year. We have lots of things planned to raise money as we have been informed that prices on everything are going up twice before the next season st art s. Our first moneymaker will be a Haunted House on Halloween night with lots of creepy, crawly, spooky things to scare you. It will be at 102 Mulberry Street from 7:,30 to I0 p.m. Ad- mission will be 50 cents for children and 75 cents for adults. SO be sure not to miss this ghoulish affair! There are many other things planned for future dates. In case anyone is wondering where this money goes, here are the amounts spent just on basics for our last season. $477 for shirts, $268.65 for hats, $126 for three dozen softballs, and $20.99 for scorebooks, rulebooks, and clickers for the umpires. Ponytail League was a huge success this past season and it was because of all the voluntary help and BIG hearted people in Cloverdale who donated to us. Thank yous are in order for the following organizations and businesses for their montary donations: Cloverdale Lions Club $I00, American Legion $50, The Wheel Cafe $30, Century Lions Club $50, Paulsen Vineyards $I00. At this time we would also like to thank all of the businesses who donated items for our raffles. They are: Cloverdale Hardward, Sciaini Hardware, Cloverdale Peterson Sport Shop, Tree, Unlimited Wards, Wrights Webb's, Parts, Sonatas John's, The Wheel Cafe, Scandia, Redwood Tri, Professional Park Walker Hungry HutCh, Coffee Shop, I The great businesses our teams. Toni's Pizza, Food Center Bank, Shop, Marty's Wheel Cafe. Rhonda Saulter a hor.'. Ph,4o by Janiee.