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Page 10 - The Cloverdale Reveille - October 17, 2019 www.cloverdaiereveiEta..on Eagles gain Split n league lyall circuit * Ladies in second place in N011; improve to 164 By Greg Clementi Sports Editor . Eagles volleyball maintained a stranglehold on second place in the league title chase with an even split in a pair of recent matches, pushing their NCLl record to 8-2 and 16—4 on the season. Cloverdale opened the stretch with an Oct. 8 visit to Willits, easily dispatching the Wolverines in straight sets; 25-23, 25-22 and 25-14. Maci Hernandez led the way had 13 service points and four kills, while Tehya Bird chipped in nine kills and eight service points. The Eagles celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness Night on Oct. 10 against visiting Fort Bragg, with the Timberwolves handing Cloverdale a rare loss in four games; 25-23, 13-25, 22-25, 20-25. Stat leaders included Bird (21 kills), Hernandez (12 service points, 7 kills, 4 blocks) and Lane Hughes (13 service points, 6 kills). The Eagles will travel to Clear Lake on Oct. 15 (after press time) and entertain Lower Lake on Thursday, Oct. 17. Both varsity matches start at 6 pm. Cloverdale runners turn up V te h on Kelsel ril Photo provided Photos provided PLAYERS IN PINK — The Cloverdale High School varsity and JV teams gathered for team photos on Breast Cancer Awareness Night on Oct. 10. CHS Eagles fall to Cardinals in 50-35 barnburner Ctoverdale to host Clear Lake Friday in homecoming Game By Greg Clementi Sports Editor The Eagles saw their losing streak reach three games in varsity football action on Friday, suffering a 50-35 loss to visiting Kelseyville in a shootout at 'Allen Memorial Stadium. The setback dropped Cloverdale to 1-3 in league and 2—5 on the season. “It was another tough loss,” Eagle’s head coach Greg Alexander said. “Oifensively, we did some very good things and spread the ball around to all five of our skill position players. The reality is we haven't had a defensive stop in two weeks. Until we decide to pursue and run to the Cloverdale will try to right the ship this Friday, Oct. 18 when it entertains Clear Lake in the annual Homecoming Game. The Cardinals (1-3, 2-5) enter the game with an identical record, having defeated Fort Bragg in a 36-14 rout on Oct. 11. This Friday’s clash looks like an even match-up on two teams badly in need of a victory to keep any remaining playoff hopes alive. “The bottom line for us is we need to run to the ball and tackle, if we don’t we will lose,” Alexander noted. “If we do run to the ball and tackle we’ll be in a spot to come out with a win.” Knights win a shootout Friday’s home clash with Kelseyville was an offensive showcase, with the teams combining for nearly 1,000 yards of total offense. their offense got rolling to cut the deficit to 22-20 at the half. Cloverdale answered another Kelseyville touchdown with an 80-yard strike from quarterback Colby Furia to Jesus Maciel, tying the contest at 28-all with a successful two-point conversion pass from Furia to Diego Duarte. It proved to be the high point of the night for the Eagles, as the visitors reeled off three straight touchdowns to put the game out of reach en route to an eventual, 50-35 victory. Furia turned in a game for the ages, rushing for one touchdown while completing a career—high 28 passes on 47 attempts for 415 yards. The junior signal-caller connected on scoring strikes to receivers Jesus Maciel (2), Dylan Scaramella and Logan Axell. “I don’t know if records have been kept here but I have to imagine that 415 yards TRAVELING EAGLES — The CHS cross country team warmed up before their league meet at football we’ll be giving up The Eagles dug themselves would break the single game Kelseyville on Oct. 9. ' large numbers to opposing an early hole, spotting the passmg record here at offenses.» Knights a 22-7 lead before Cloverdale,” Alexander noted. Cloverdale runners Miriam due to a sprained ankle! Pulido (26:15, fourth overall), Race Wilmer Paden Collard Liliana Olivares (32:19) and (17:07) led from start to finish, Kayla Gallego (34:28) each ran followed by David Nufiez team traveled to Kelseyville the Kelseyville course; making (18:36, third overall), Joseph for a league meet against the improvements to their overall Faso (21:03), Sadrac Fernandez Clear Lake Cardinals on Oct. paces. (22:37), Finn Addison (23:35) By Yave Guzman Staff Writer The Eagles’ cross country 9. The varsity boys scored a and Cary Wen (24:00). The Lady Eagles had a bye, 24-31 win over the Cardinals, The Eagles will head to St. with Clear Lake not having a despite losing their No. 3 Helena on Wednesday, Oct. 16, girls team. runner'with just a mile to go after press time. .l Throughout the season the Reveille Will publish and varsity Chargers football players of the week, as named by coaches. Chargers Players of the Week Photos provided PLAYERS —— Varsity players of the week. From left, are Konnor Yeager and Wyatt Langevin. JV players of the week, from left, are Kingston Cavallo, Mason Caturegli, Jesus Arizmendi Jr. and Gavin Falleri. Photo provided HERCULEAN EFFORT —>Quarterback Colby Furia scored a touchdown in Friday’s 50-35 loss to visiting Kelseyville. Furia finished with 415 yards and four passing touchdowns, while rushing for one score. Cloverdale will host Clear Lake on Oct. 18 in the annual Homecoming Game. Kiwanis Names Nw Presidents Photo provided HEAD HONCHOS — The Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale recently named its new co-presidents for the year. Julie Carter (left) and Carolyn Talvitie (right) took over as co-presidents of the club. The duo were preceded by Laurie Kneeland and Michael Laird.