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[u[e TIME 12:00 5:30 5:30 5:30 5:45 5:45 5:45 5:45 5:45 ,20 minutes e Games. rlin 00all TIME 5:00 4:00 TBA TBA 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 4:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 "Denotes League Games ' Odlome :E 894-2376 :E Showers Agency BI. 894-3315 ENDA From f the Border" blvd. 694-9365 The Very Best I! IleYball VARSITY VOLLEYBALL CLOVERDALE EAGLES VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: (Back Row, From Left) Assistant Coach, Becky Odiome, Heather Zapaiski, Sara Dines, Danielle Bird, Kristin Lane, Bonnie McDonald, and Coach Margaret Fitzgerald. (Front Row) Jordan Jackson, Monica Dalton, Caitlin Jensen, Krista Warren, Katie Gunnink, and Molly Connolly. EAGLES JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL CLOVERDALE EAGLES JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: (Back Row, From Left) Maria Galvan, Michelle Cason, Candy Lorance, MIChaela Brai, Jackie Bilbro, Katie Cookman. (Middle) Julie Stordahl, Nadia Konik, Stephanie Williams. (FrOht Row) Cindy Huang, Heather Cerveny, Emily Gunntnk. (Not pictured: Rod Iraci and Kdsty Amann. FOSTERS FREEZE 543 N. Clvd. Blvd. 894-3211 We Wish The Eagles The Best of Luck CLOVERDALE SCHOOL OF DANCE 127 E. First St. 894-4057 Soar To Triumph, Eagles/ Costume Sales & Rentals Dance Wear Partyware Party Favors Magic Novelties Gifts Toys 207 A N. Clvd. Blvd. 894-9303 (800)894-9313 Fax 894-8628 Light Up the Scoreboard/ THOMAS REED SINK FAST & EASY ATTORNEY AT LAW MARTS The law offices of 11, 2 Locations in Cl?verdale Anderson, Casey, Sink & Johnson 840 N. Clvd. Blvd.. 894-3633 A Professional Corporation 418 S. Clvd. Blvd. 894-3242 112 West 1st SL 894-3941 You Cann '"  I Have A  Do It  Eagles Season, / ,lJ _ ', / 1 Eagles_j/ THE VIDEO STORE 111 E&$t First St. 8945187 Good Luck, Eagles/ Go for it/ CLOVERDALE CABINET, INC. Custom Cabinets, Millwork, Formica Tops Commercial & Residential 219 S. East St. 894-2519 HI-FI DRIVE-IN 512 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-281 , Have A Winning Season, Cloverdale Eagles! ACE HARDWARE 124 S. Clvd. Blvd. 894-2165 G/re Them Your DOCTOR OF OPTOMETRY, WILLIAM F. HOYER 112 W. First St. 894-3936 J' Show Em / Who's Boss/ B&C AUTOMOTIVE 235 S. East St. 894-4170 Go Eagles/ Show 'Em Who's Boss! iil October 22, 1907, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 Loss for lady Eagles in NCL I volleyball opener By Roberta Lyons The Cloverdale Eagles suffered their first North Central League I loss in a long time last Tuesday, Oct. 14, in an away game with the Kelseyville Indians. The Eagles went down 15,11; 15,7; and 15,8. "We didn't hit the ball very well and we didn't pass the ball very well," said coach Margaret Fitzgerald. "They took us out of our game." Still, Fitzgerald doesn't think the Indians are unbeatable - but they are a good team she admits - the team to beat this season in the NCL I. Krista Warren only had six kills in Tuesday's game, with three service points. Danielle Bird had five service points and two kills; Bonnie McDonald had eight ser- vice points and two kills; Kristin Lane had one service point; Mon- ica Dalton, four service points and three kills; Katie Gunnink had four service points and one kill; Jordan Jackson, two service points and no kills. - The JVs won 15,9 and 15,9. In play with Clearlake on Thurs- day the Eagles got back their rhythm, winning the match 15,2, 15,12, and 15,6. Danielle Bird had 13 service points, four aces, five kills; Bonnie McDonald had eight service points and one kill; Kristin Lane, 11 service points and no kills; Kris- ta Warren had two service points, one ace, nine kills and four solo blocks; Monica Dalton had one service point; Caitlin ]ensen, four service points; Katie Gunnink had one service points and five kills; Jordan Jackson had five service points and no kills. The Eagles are now 14-3 over all and 0-1 in league. They play Wil- lits and Lower Lake this week and Fort Bragg on Oct. 28. Creative Reuse, a non-profit recycling group in Santa Rosa, donated materials for children to create masks. The masks are on display at the Club during Second Chance week, October 20-24. In celebration of Second Chance Week, Club Members and their families made masks out of mate- rials that normally would be thrown away. Second Chance Week is a statewide campaign de- signed to promote reuse, resale, ment will receive a certificate and be entered in a national drawing for a chance to win a deluxe NIKE prize package. Homework Help is available daily in our Library. In a few weeks we will be blessed with and recycling, some volunteers from the Interact :CreaeReuse, a p-pr0fit re i E"lub at the High School who w,'Jl cycling group in Sa Rosa, do- be helping our members out dail;  nated materials for this project while encouraging organizations such as ours to get involved. Our masks will be on display at the Club during Second Chance week, October 20-24, for everyone to enjoy. We encourage community members to stop by the Club to view these great creations. Club members had an opportu- nity to make plastic plates deco- rated with their own designs in the Art room. They also are busy making decorations for the up- coming Annual Dinner/Casino night. The NIKE P.L.A.Y. Daily Ken Griffey, Jr. Home Run Challenge has kicked-off under the direc- tion of R.C. CarrriUo. The pro- gram is sponsored nationally by Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and NIKE, Inc. and is a fun, new fitness experience for kids. R.C. will teach members new athletic skills and give them an opportu- nity to practice daily. Participat- ing youth who attend a minimum of 15 scheduled sessions and dem- onstrate a basic level of achieve- in a variety of different areas of the Club, one being computers. Hopefully, we will be able to get our old computers up and func- tioning to allow our members computer access for reports, their newsletter, and other activities. If you happen to be upgrading and would like to donate your old computer we would be glad to allow you that tax deduction by taking it off your hands. Drive by the Club and observe the outside ground renovation. Earth has been moved, retaining walls are being built and one can almost imagine what a wonderful addition this will all be not only to the Club but also to the communi- ty. Metal pipe was donated by UNOCAL Corporation and de- livered by employees of Valley Engineers, two companies at the Geysers. They will be used for the basketball backboard stands. Thanks to Shelley Berry of Unocal and Steve Pellegrini of Valley En- gineers for getting these pipes. The Boys and Girls Club of Clo- verdale, A Positive Place for Kids. F A L L fLLOVERVALE LHF4$TIPcq FE&0WSHIP" Western .Roundup Service & Bar-B-Que Oct 26th. 10 am Cloverdale Boys & Girls Club Pastor David McDonald PH: 894-4009 "HARVESTING A NEW GENERATION"