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orts JV's shutout Trojans from the one-yard line giving Cloverdale score of 12-0. Photo by Bob Tnmler. quarter with JVs winning with a final es Break even in league: 1-1 "SPAZZ" the first half, the Eagles where [hey left off, mar- starts at 5:30 p.m. with found themselves in their thing the ball down the field Varsity following. own territory on both of- for another Lower Lake lense and defense. In the score. At the end of the second quarter, Lower Lake - third quarter, the Eagles scored their first touch- were down 16-6. down..They got two more In the fourth quarter, the points on a safety caused by Eagles couldn't seem to a bad snap on a punt. At hold onto the ball. The halftime, the Eagles found Trojans got the ball once themselves down 9-0. again and made their fmal In the second half, the score. After an in- Eagles came out looking terception, Lower Lake ran better. Rich Rowland down the clock, not leaving connected with Ken time for the Eagles to do Baumgardner, on a nice much of anything. Thus, the thrown pass, for a 76-yard game ended 22.6. touchdown. It looked like On Friday, October 24, the the Eagles were coming Eagles have their alive. The point after was homecoming game against missed, putting the Eagles a the W'fllits Wolverines. 'llae field goal away from a tie. last time these two teams As soon as the Trojans got played, it was a very ex- ',he ball, they picked up from citing game. JV game Eagles Lower Lake 18, for first league Eagles' did not in a didn't they instead Veer of- of their which has most of this that run- have been tt the Trojans against the Throughout Statistics Lower Lake 0986122 Cloverdale 006016 Cloverdale: Baumgard- neT, 76-yard pass from Rowland. Passing: Rowland 11x27 for 222 yards and 3 in- terceptions. Rushing: Total - 41 yards. Receiving: Lampert lx2 yards, Young 2x15 yards, Seanor 2x27 yards, Pearson 4x42 hards. Baumgardner 2x136 yards. ling Trio Dean Young 220-611. Civd. Auto Pts 10 14 Spelbring 211-5. | 18 6 Harold's Dante 8 16 15 9 Man. Ladies HDCP Babe Kelly 210 (highest Thur. Men's 14 I0 game ever); Dianne Vail Louisiana Pac. 2 15 5 14 10 Cloy. Nursery 16 8 209-569; Saron Ricetti 119- Wally's Home Serv. 14 6 II 13 Dilley Ins. 16 9 560. Masonite 12 7 I0 14 Photo by Mac 14 I0 Tues. Women's Trio Andersen Exc. I0 I0 Naureen's 12 12 John's Auto. 14 6 United Vintners 8 12 10 14 The Wheel 11 13 Penny Fair 12 8 Clvd. Auto PUs 8 12 4 20 Seghesio Farms I0 14 Stan's 12 8 Louisiana Pc. 1 7 12 Ist Natq Bank- II 9 Rolando Lumber 5 15 Golf Notes \\; By CECIL SMITH week. The next big bash will and they will have been completed sees the light of day. The play is over November 18 and 19. Then, of course, dance at Villa Chanticleer next week on the 25th. Approximately 100 have signed up Lffair and I am sure more will signify their t of attending before the deadline. he unable to catch this event, since f town on that date. This will find m at the T Club in Arcata and also to attend a dear friend of mine, with whom I have years, who is retiring from the old grind. It because this man has been associated for over 35 years. You meet a lot of of that time and I amproud to count him best friends. s nothing to do with golf and being a poor soul to moan and groan about what is wrong i like to ask, how many of your were evening in the middle of preparing went off? Did you ever stop to realize to a screeching halt when the lights go in the middle of the World Series! I un- all caused by some guy that was trying to and knocked down a power pole, wrap- each other for quite some distance. I would Lhis idiot and present him with a bill for a ruined by his escapade! I know there are lots of things that can be but broiling a steak is not one of them ! for a bridge game that I hear was candle light until the power was restored. women when they have a bridge game a they conform, in spades! It so is full Of gadgets that all require I know, the better chefs prefer gas not, to my knowledge, one of the better frying pan man myself ! how vulnerable we are to the all mighty more correct, electricity, per se. What a to blow up our power sources would he, "Good bye, Alice!" I am afraid. runs on electricity. What a revolting ham "sandwich" but spare my golf Fashion Flair Too I0 I0 Louisiana Pac. 7 13 Fashion Flair 7 13 Bay's Woodworking 7 13 Teri FAlens 215.612; Gloria Stryker 209-546; Pat Mit- chell 203-544; Rita Ricetti 223-525. 'rue. Mtzed Fours a morbid subject, I will say, see you all up may your power always he on ! House of Jacks 19 5 Masonite 15 9 Harris Radiator 14 10 Northbay Forest 11 13 Century 21 10 14 Tom Gore Beekeeper. 10 14 MGM Brakes 9 15 Mustard Seed 8 16 Ann Squire 232-548; Frank Valenzuela 191-504. Wed. Men's 875 Pick's 14 6 Carl Young Cons. 13 7 Giovannetti's Sport 12 8 Cloverdale Druids 12 8 Garrett Log 11 9 ldsiana Pae. RDC 8 12 Pardini's 6 14 Redwood Payless 4 16 Dean Young 248-665; Dave Parsley 225-653; Dave Ricetti 223-640; Rob Wakeman 241-614. Wed. Bantams (2 games) Adam Beebe 130-257 Jeremy Spelbring 134-238 Walter Spain 121-223 Kim Stuber I(]-172 Matt Finck 127-225 Thur. Morn. Better Half Clov. Hardware 16 4 Anderson Backhoe 12 8 Shon N Save 12 8 Mill St. Millies 12 8 B&K Up. 8 11 Paulsen's vine 7 12 At The Mill 7 13 KPPB 5 15 Carolee Peterson 205-; Sharon Badgley 184 (all spares) 539; Kathy Dave Parsley 227.624; Mel Holmes 228-617 (lst 600 series) Fri. Early Birds Maurice's Saw Shop 16 4 Cisstm's 12 8 Louisiana Pc. 11 9 Clvd. Rexall Drugs 9 II Orange Realty 9 lI Caturegli's 9 11 Si]va's Pharm. 9 11 Four Ds 3 17 Bryan Cissna I96-549; Gloria Stryker 202-544; Billie Bandeen 190-528. His & Hers Reno VFW 15 5 Clv. Bakery 14 6 Aparicle Exp. 13 7 The Encore liSA 8 Field & Rued 10 1o Pizza Queen 7 13 Slene's Sea Prod. 6 14 Cloy. Bowl 3 16 Barbara Drake 199-566; Bud Johnson 249-547; Danny Brown 200-526; Cindy Bogner 21l-S. Sat. Juniors Sumpter, MeFarland, Athony 16 4 Bail,Singleton, Whittaker. & Anthony 13 7 Stuber, Wilson, Vail : liSA 8 NaUmstedt, Meeker, Pdcetti 10 10 Ahders, Stuher Ricetti 9 10 Marley 's, Vails's 9 11 Whilmte & Woods 6 14 Willhite, Finck, Beebe Chase 5 15 Rmmeli Rieetti 17"/-455; Doug Meeker 161-434; Dave Ricetti 153426. Happy anniversary to Lee & Denise Menieucci. Now that the honeymoon is over, maybe Lee can start con- centrating on bowling again. Wednesday, October 22, 1980 - Page 7 i I point was wide, left, for the JV's after first touch- down. Photo by Bob Trusler. By ZACH VAIL CHS Correspondent The Cloverdale JV football team beat the Lower Lake Trojans 12-0, last Friday night. The JV's are now 2-0 in league. The first quarter was played around midfield, as neither team could get going. The Eagles got a break in the second quarter when Lower Lake recovered a fumbled punt, but had to punt over again because of a penalty. Cloverdale then started their first scoring drive. Eric Botkin broke two long runs, and then he scored from the one-yard line. The extra point was wide left, but Cloverdale had taken a 6-0 lead. Late in the second quarter, Botkin intercepted a pass and Cloverdale had the ball in Lower Lake territory. Then with eight seconds left, Jeff Lawson hit Jim Keyes with a 28-yard touchdown pass. The Eagles went for the two- point conversion, but it was unsuccessful and they led 12-0 at halftime. In the third quarter Tom Gregg broke a 75-yard run all the way down to the Lower Lake three-yard line, but the Trojans retaliated by intercepting a Lawson pass. Cloverdale's tough defense kept Lower Lake's offense from doing anything in the fourth quarter, and the final score' ended up 12- 0, Cloverdale. Statistics Rushing: Gregg 6x95, Botkln 7x43, I td; Lawson 9x34; Estrada 2x7. Passing: Lawson lx5, 28 yards, 1 td., I int. Receiving: Keyes Ix28, I td. Punting: Lawson 4x139, 34 ave. Kickoffs: Ridgeway 3x76, 26 ave. Leading tacklers: Botkin I0, I int., Keyes I0, Brownlee 9, Gregg 7. V Ray's  ] ----Milk Fed Veal Sale iv.,, c,o,s |MEATS Is-ouLo,. [ & Delicatessen,9 IwA, c.ops 'SMA,L sm VEAL STEW VEAL CHOPS BREAST OF VEAL 1 9 MONTEREY JACK CHEESE .,.,y. ,,.., ,,.h CALL FOR QUOTES ON LOCKER BEEF Tues., Wed. & Thurs. Cloverdale FOOD CENTER 138 E. First Street 894'2325 Daily 7:00 am - 6:30 pm Store Hours: Sunday 9 am - 5 pm Free Delivery Every Day at 4 pm Prices Effective - Oct. 22 thru Oct. 26 Potatoes 10 lb. Bag iiBroccoli Diet Rite COLA 109 6 pack 16oz. bottles plus tax & deposit RC COLA 1 69 6 pack 12oz. cans .Y: 5900o iil 00iiii Cheese 10L00 ,:.:. All Varieties Per Package ...... :::: :iiii Cabbage 19 Oe, Monte I oe, Monte i!ill Fruit ! Stewed e, Jow Cocktail I Tomatoes 55'1 .:.:. ,,n 49 Crisp Co00ery 33"., iiiiiil Log .bin Syrup 1 49 Head iili 2,oz. Lettuce 3900, iiil ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Macaroni & 3/100 Tomatoes 4 Cheese Dinner 71/4 oz. Red Grapes 59,00 Seedless Grapes 59* Casaba 10 3 00o,ons Honey Dew Melons 75 Washington Delicious Golden Delicious Apples Bananas Lemons