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2 Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, October 29, 1997 Big win for Cloverdale Eagles y Mike Carey " If the Cloverdale Eagles needed addRional motivation last Friday ight, they could have selected rom the following: (A) they were coming off two consecutive gut- renching losses by a combined core of 70-73, (B) it was Home- ,coming at Allen Field, (C) they were playing unbeaten, top- anked Lower lake, or (D) All of he above. The correct answer was ""-- in Defense-as the Ea- gles recorded a resounding 26-0 ictory. The win improved Clo- verdale's mark to 5-2, 1-1 in NCL ib!ay. . After the Eagles fumbled deep their own territory to begin the game, the defense responded. Three plays later Sean Montane intercepted a Trojan pass, setting up the Eagles' longest drive of the (light, 81 yards in 10 plays. Quar- terback Brady Cox finished it with 23-yard strike to David Smith in the corner of the end zone and a 6- D led (the PAT kick was missed). The Eagles threatened again oon after when TJ Bird returned  punt 26 yards to the Lower Lake 2. The Eagles eventually settled for a 32 yard field goal attempt but it was ruled off target, by bfficials seemmgly using the Ber- muda Triangle radar-tracking sys- lem. That gave the Trojans what }vould prove to be their only op- portunity all night to showcase their offense. Lower Lake marched 72 yards in nine plays, reaching the Eagle 12 yard line. However, on 4th-and-2 from that point, the drive ended at the 11 when linebacker Mike Castrillo stuffed a run attempt. The 6-0 lead carried into the third quarter but it quickly grew. Three plays into the second half; Cox intercepted a pass at his own 42. Despite some self-destructive moments (two 15-yard penalties that wiped out 66 yards in Eagle gains), Cloverdale scored again on a 35-yard cutback scamper by Bird. Bird's two-point conversion blast gave the Eagles a 14-0 mar- gin. The Trojans would turn the ball over again two plays later as Marc Selberg caused and recovered a fumble. Lower Lake averted di- saster momentarily with an inter- ception at the goal line, only to cough it up again in two plays; this time Chris Lands recovered at the Trojan 18. It took Clover- dale only three plays from that point to build a 20-0 lead, compli- ments of a 3-yard Bird scoring ramble. Lower Lake's desperate attempt to get back in the game was thwart- ed at midfield late in the third quarter on consecutive tackles by Nick Angeli, Logan Crump, Cox @ $40 C.pay Plan Age Single 19-29 27 30-39 42 40-49 68 50-59 113 Blue Cross of California Authorized Agent * lte! Mica of all lain elm  Call 804-9660 " " 2/15/97 Subscbe+ Sub Subscriber+ Family Chisfl Spouse Child 54 49 94 67 69 64 110 73 110 90 147 95 181 135 210 137 1 2, 00A(araine zg00saa00aas 328_Nale Bird - Cloverdale CA 95425, License 0696864 http dlv.v, V&l lloraillOa SSOE.COlll s and Castrillo. A Cox-to-Montane pass for 22 yards was followed by Bird runs of 22 and 13 yards, the last effort ending in his third score of the night and the 26-0 margin. Cloverdale dominated the con- test in every conceivable way, outgaining Lower Lake 329-164 in yardage, 17 to 8 in first downs. The Eagles were forced to punt only once until the game's final minute. Lower Lake needed a big defensive effort of its own this night, as its regular quarterback was out with an injury and it lost its leading rusher midway through the second quarter. And the Trojans had a plan: to limit Bird to no more than 50 yards on the ground. It worked- in the sec- ond quarter (20 yards) and the final period (22 yards). In the meantime, Bird rushed for 67 yards in the opening quarter and added 107 yards in seven carries in the third stanza. His total of 216 yards in 27 carries was backed up well by Lands, who gained 52 yards on seven carries. Cox was 3-5 in passing, good for 56 yards. Defensively, Angeli, Lands (three tackles for losses), Selberg and Castrillo had their numbers called on numerous occasions; they were assisted by David Brise- no and Sean Falleri. The second- ary held Lower Lake without a completion to go along with the two interceptions. Defensive back Ryan Peters also contributed on a handful of tackles. Although they have yielded 32 points or more on four occasions this year, the de- fenders have also registered three blankings of opponents (Hoopa scored on a kick off return to open the game, but was shutout from the scrimmage line). For the sea- son Cloverdale has outscored the opposition by an average of 36-21. The Eagles travel to Willits Hal- loween night to take on the win- less Wolverines in NCL I action. We should investigate and accept ourselves as Nature made us, but realize that she gave us the power to improve. William Ross i James F. 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Healdsburg Animal Shelter Purr-fect Pair Program The companionship of a pet has been proven to be both physically and psychologically beneficial to older adults. The 'Healdsburg Animal Shelter wants to offer more seniors the companionship of a pet through its Purr-fect Pair Program. The program matches senior citizens living on a fixed income with adult cats. All felines are friendly, neu- tered/spayed, vaccinated and looking for a warm lap and a cozy home. The shelter will adopt these cats to approved senior homes vith0ut charge and will update "  at" yearly vaccinations (ex- cluding Rabies). Shelter person- nel will even deliver a suitable cat to seniors who are homebound. For more information call Nan- cee Tavares at the Healdsburg Animal Shelter, 431-3386. II Win one, lose one for Eagles vol The Cloverdale Eagles varsity volleyball team won one and lost one last week. The loss to Lower Lake can partially be blamed, coach Margaret Fitzgerald thinks, on the fact that the game coincid- ed with Homecoming. "We could have given Lower Lake a better game. Homecoming is hard because we're distracted. We didn't play up to our poten- tial, I'm sure," the coach com- mented. The girls beat Willits in five on Tuesday, Oct. 21 - 15,7; 10,15; 15,7; 3,15; and 15,7. Bonnie McDonald had 12 ser- vice points, six aces, six kills and one block; Danielle Bird, seven service points, two aces, eight kills; Kristin Lane, two service points and four kills; Krista Warren, 14 service points, two aces, 25 kills, four blocks and six solo blocks; Monica Dalton, two service and four kills; Katie eight service points, two eight kills, three blocks; Jensen, seven service kill; Mollie Connolly, two points and one kill. The JVs lost in three: and 8,15. In the Eagles game Lake, Danielle Bird had vice points, two aces, six Caitlin Jensen, 11 service three aces, and two kills; Lane, four service ' kills; Krista Warren, two points, 16 kills; Katie five service points, five six blocks. JVs won 16,14;! and 15,9. "We need to play a litfl intense," the coach noted. have to believe in We'll keep battling. Eagles Cross Country team perform well at Lakeport Since a Cross Country team was reestablished at Cloverdale year, it has nearly tripled in size and the runners are doing Eagles traveled to Lakeport on Oct. 15, and to Willits on Oct. compete in two league meets. Amanda Plumley, the only senior on the team, has been great year. While continuing to improve her times, she has been competitive in the meets. Plumley placed fifth at Lakeport with a of 28:03 and sixth at Willits with a time of 23:10. Freshman Gonzales has continued to stay right behind Amanda, and eighth with times of 29:51 and 24:52. Also on the girls' Renee Maas and Laura Ray. Both girls have continued to times and improve their performances. On the boys' team, Cloverdale has'two Juniors, Ryan Alex McNulty, and seven freshmen, Nate Sutton, Matt Muncy, Lusk, Tim Roberts, Matt Arreguin, Jake Bricker and Rajiv Pillay. there were not enough juniors and seniors to field a freshmen were moved up. Although the freshmen are very runners, there were a little nervous to be on varsity their first Nate Sutton's ninth place time of 24:11 at Lakeport would havt if he were running Junior Varsity. At the Willits meet, Sutton, Muncy and Lusk came in 9th with times of 20:35, 20:37, and 20:43. Bricker, Bilbro, Roberts and McNuty came in 14th through 18th, while each their times. On October 28th the Eagles will run at St. Vincent's Petaluma, then travel to FQ BLa_gg on ov:, 5.  final season will be the league meet hich will be held Santa Rosa on Nov. 12. It is the leisure hours, happily used, that have often opened up a new world to many a person. George M. 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