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Page 6- WEDNESDAY, NOV, 3, 2010 , CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA BrendaSuarez CHS Athlete ofthe Week CHS Player Of The Week: Brenda Suarez By Charlie Delfino This week's C.H.S. Player Of The Week is senior forward Brenda Suarez. Brenda has been a starter on the Eagles soccer team all four years of her high school career. In her freshman year she was the leading scorer and one of the top defenders on the team. The last three years Brenda was asked to give more on the defensive side of the ball as the coaching staff wit- nessed her tenacious ability to at- tack the ball and protect the goalie. It was this part of her game that helped the team not only make the playoffs this season but also helped turn the program around and be- come one of the toughest teams in the N.C.L.-1 South. This week Brenda made some cru- cial defensive stops and was a lead- er out on the field. Congratulations Brenda Suarez for being chosen this week's C.H.S. Athlete Of The Week. Senior Brenda Suarez makes a defensive stop in a recent showdown against St. Vincent. Brenda Suarez is CHS Athlete of the Week. A muddy night in Ft. Bragg It was a beautiful night in Fort Bragg, related Junior Varsity foot- ball Eagles coach, Sean Geske, but the football field was still a mess. It was a slippery mud pit, which made a big impact on the game, the coach said. The Fort Bragg Timberwolves re- ceived the opening kick-off and started their drive on the 30 yard line, quickly finding the end zone. With a successful point after, the score was 7-0. The Eagle offense took over and started to move the ball but a quar- terback sack forced a punt, giving the ball back to Fort Bragg. The Timberwolves were driving inside the Cloverdale 15-yard-line threat- ening to get a touchdown, when Nick Borrisenko came up with a loose ball, stopping the drive. Jun- ior Varsity offense was unable to move the ball in the mud and was forced to punt. The Timberwolve offense took over, having difficulty running the ball, lobbed a deep pass, burning the Eagles' secondary coverage for a touchdown and a successful point after, bringing the score to 14-0. Early in the fourth quarter, Zach Zmrzel came up with another Tim- berwolve fumble, stopping their drive and again Eagle offense was mired in the mud, unable to capital- ize on the turnover. The final score was 14-0. "It was hard to get a good footing and hard to hold on to that slippery pigskin," Geske said. This Friday the Eagles play Upper Lake at home starting at 5:30 p.m. Northern Carpet Care Reveille Special! -- Ask about our Expert Tile & Grout Specials! AdditionalServices: Carpet & fabric protection Petodors removed Waterdamage Car interiors Area rug cleaning Commercial rates available SOFA- $75. LOVESEAT- $65. CHAIR $500o Call 707 857-3237 For A Free Estimate Payless Self Storage Forget all other Deals! We will BEAT any PRICE in town by $10 a month: 894-9300 Emergency CHS boys Soccer team NCL I South league champions By Charlie Delfino What a year, what a team, and what a wonderful ride for the 2010 Cloverdale High School Boys Soc- cer Team. For the very first time in the history of the program this year's squad are the NCL I League Champions. With an over-all record of 14-2-1 and a league record of 7-0- 1 the boys have earned themselves much more than a pennant to hang on the gym wall, these players have earned an automatic berth in the play-offs and a guarantee of a home game in the tournament. It wasn't always like this with the boys' soccer team, a team that start- ed out with only two wins in their 1998 debut, but they have come a long way with a lot of people to thank as the program developed throughout the years. Two high school juniors, Sergio Reyes and Joel Hernandez actually started the program under the guid- ance of John Hudspeth, Clover- dale's very first head coach. The two wins that season both came at the hands of Lower Lake as the team searched to find its path and its fu- ture. For the next seven years the pro- gram saw new leadership, new coaching staffs, and bounced around the league earning more and more respect. The likes of Carlos Calzonti, Dave Jankovsky, Mike Jones and Juan Jauregui amongst others that helped turn the program around. It wasn't until 2006 when the head coaching job was stabilized and consistency proved to be the Back row: Coach Jose Flores, left, Sergio Cardenas, Diego Rodriguez, Oscar Ochoa, Salvador Mendoza, Jose Gonzalez, Austin Schmidt, Sergio Dolores, Fernando Ochoa, Jose Sanchez, Pedro Andrade, Coach Ron McCallum. Front Row: Jesus Cardenas, left, Julio Flores, Bernie Gonzalez, Leo Soto, Sergio Morales and Marco Martinez. golden ticket. The head coaching job was taken over by Jose Flores, a move that has elevated the success and the winning ways of the pro- gram. Every year under the tutelage of Flores, the Eagles have had double digit wins and have earned a couple of playoff appearances. One consis- tent face throughout the years has been assistant coach, and mentor Juan Jauregui. Juan has been in- volved with the boys' program since 2003 and has worn many dif- ferent hats throughout the years. At one point Coach Juan was juggling his soccer duties and also spending his time on the baseball diamond leading the Eagles baseball team to three consecutive League titles. With the recent help of Mauro Flores and Ron McCallum, the group effort has truly paid off for the Eagles. The players and coaches can proudly look up and take it all in when the 2010 NCL I League Championship pennant is hung in the Herb Nunn Memorial Gymnasi- un~. On a side note, this is the first year the Eagles are sole League Champi- ons. The 2009 season they found themselves in a N.C.L.-1 tie with St. Helena both with 7-1 league records. The Eagles lost in penalty kicks to give the Saints the automat- ic berth and the Eagles missed the playoffs. No pennant was awarded. Congratulations to the 2010 NCL I League Champion Eagles Boys Soc- cer Team. The boys soccer team celebrated senior~night and honored from left to right Austin Schmidt, Jose Gonzalez, Fernando Gonzalez, Jesus Cardenas, and Sergio Cardenas. C E R T t F I E O ~ ~t:~;~: ~%. tL f:~:;'~':';"~ Your first and only stop for all your computer needs Serving Sonoma.Lake & Mendocino Counties Boys' soccer defeats Upper Lake and St. Vincent to finish first in league play The Cloverdale Eagles boy's soc- cer team defeated Upper Lake and Petaluma's Saint Vincent to finish league play in first place. The Eagles played Upper Lake at home Tuesday, Oct. 26 and won 10- 0. Julio Flores and Sergio Morales scored two goals each. Julio also had two assists for the game. Oscar Ochoa, Jose Gonzalez, Leo Soto, and Diego Rodrigues also scored goals. In an unusual play, the goal keeper, Jose "Chongo" Sanchez scored a goal on a "penalty kick." Thursday, Oct. 28, Cloverdale played at Saint Vincent for the league championship. Both teams had records of 13-1-2 going into the match. The Eagles looked like they were going to runaway with the game inthe first half when the~roUt scored Petaluma 5-1. During the sec- ond hall Saint Vincent fought back by scoring three more goals and al- most tying the game. "We started losing momentum in the second half but our defense battled hard to hang on to our lead. I'm very proud of my boys,'said Head Coach Jose Flores. Cloverdale defeated Petalu- ma with a final score of 5-4 and plac- ing first in the league. Sergio Morales scored two goals. Oscar Ochoa, Julio Flores, and Sergio Cardenas each scored for the Eagles. Sergio Cardenas also had two beau- tiful and very important assist. Coaches, Jose Flores and Ron Mc- Callum, stated," if it weren't for the outstanding play of our defense, we wouldn't have have won the cham- pionship." Cloverdale's relentless defense consist of: Oscar Ochoa, Jose Sanchez, Jesus Cardenas, Austin Schmidt, Sergio Delores, Diego Ro- drigues, Pedro Andrade and Fernando Ochoa. By winning their league, Clover- dale has an insured themselves a play-off berth. They will host this play-off game at home, Wednesday, Nov. 3. Good luck boys! -Ron McCal- lum The CHS Boys soccer team received an 8th seed and will open the playoffs with a home game this Wednesday at CHS. The CHS Girls soccer team received a 4th seed and will receive a first round bye and will open round two at home this Saturday at CHS. Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner Featuring: Swedish Pancakes, Burgers & Sandwiches Soups, Salads, Pasta, Beef, Pork, & Chicken Dishes CLOYERDALE MINI STORAGE 35 INDUSTRIAL DR. (707) 894-3682 OUR RATES ARE LOWERTHAN MOST. SECOND MONTH FREE ON SELECTED SIZES NO ADMINISTRATIVE FEES NO DEPOSITS, 24 HOUR ACCESS - ON SITE MANAGER OFFER SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Varsity Chargers played Anderson Valley at Boonville recently. Chargers won 29 to a Panther Cubs 6. Pictured are Angelo Waltz, left, Hector Bernal, and Manuel Sanchez. Junior Varsity Chargers played against Anderson Valley at Boonville. The score of the game was JV Chargers 20 and Panther Cubs O. Pictured are Logan Spain, top left, Kevin Scalabrini, Vic Boehm, bottom left, and Isaac Gabriel.