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Page 6 -- WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, 2009 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA SINK LAW OFFICE TRUSTS, ESTATES REAL PROPERTY THOMAS REED 5INK* MARY PAYNE SINK * CERTIFIED SPECIALIST IN ESTATE PLANNING, TRUST AND PROBATE LAW STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION 144 SOUTH CLOVERDALE BLVD. CLOVERDALE (707) 894-3941 SINKLAW@SABER.NET o. WWW.SINKLAWOFFICE.COM A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS THE TECH FOR 154 RAILROAD AVE. SUITE #B 894-4489 Licensed by the St, of Calif. Bureau of Electronic & Appliance Repair. Lic#82925 & Insured Brakes PIP< Ik &' D#l f e Tune-Ups Work Timing Belts CV Joints Guaranteed Oil Change & Lube Fuel Injection Service A.C. Repairs & Conversions ASE Master Tech 101 N. Cloverdale Blvd. The Cloverdale Eagles varsity football win over Fort Bragg at a home game last Friday night was an important victory for the team. "This is the biggest win we have had in a long time," noted varsity coach Rick Berry. The Final score was 31-14. According to Berry, Fort Bragg is the best team the Eagles have played all year and usually averages 49 points a game. "We held them to 14 points on two big plays," he commented. The coach was impressed with his team, saying they really played together as a group. "We still have some things to work on, though," he cautioned, adding that they are still taking one game at a time. This week the Eagles play Upper Lake away on Friday and the last game of the season is a home game with St. Vincent on Nov. 13. Fort Bragg scored first on the third play of last Friday's game with a 63 yard touchdown pass. The kick was good and that was the only scoring for both teams in the first quarter. Cloverdale scored next on a Jerod Domenichelli one yard run; Hugo Orozco's kick was good to tie the score at 7 - 7. Right before the hall with 57 sec- onds left, Javier Eligio broke a tack- le for a 25 yard touchdown; Orozco's kick was good. There was an Eagle breakdown with 16 sec- onds left in the half and the Timber- wolves threw a 68 yard touchdown pass. "That was a momentum chang- er," commented the coach. "It could have been catastrophic." But, it wasn't. Tied 14-14 at the hall Cloverdale scored in the third quarter on a Jerod Domenichelli quarterback sneak on the fourth down with one yard to go. Leo Lopez blocked for him. The kick was good and the third quarter ended 21-14. In the beginning of the fourth quarter, Hugo Orozco kicked a 41 yard field goal. Then, Leo Lopez intercepted a pass with 34 seconds left and ran it 40 yards for the touchdown. Orozco's kick was good. On the very next kick-off, Ar- ley Trevizo stripped the ball away from the Timberwolve carrier. The Eagles kicked a field goal, which was blocked. Fort Bragg had the ball, but Logan Sauder made a "heads-up" play, the coach report- ed, tackling the ball carrier, thwart- ing another touchdown. With the score at 31-14, David Whitaker made a touchdown-sav- ing tackle at the three-yard line to end the game. Offensively Jerod Domenichelli had a good game. He was seven of 14 in passing for 95 yards with one interception; Casey Berry received three catches for 37 yards; Hugo Orozco had two catches for 33 yards and Victor Haro was two for 25. In rushing, Javier Elegio carried the ball 36 times for 202 yards and one touchdown; David Whitaker had five carries for 15 yards. "Dav- id made some really nice blocks in his fullback position," the coach noted. Victor Haro had one carry for one yard." On defense, Victor Haro had sev- en assisted and one unassisted tack- les; Ernesto Rodriguez, had six assisted and one unassisted; Leo Lopez, six tackles; Dylan Gomes, eight tackles and two sacks; Matt Munson, two assisted and three un- assisted; Casey Berry, two assisted and three unassisted; Anthony Gar- cia, two assisted tackles; Vince Cor- doba, one unassisted; Beau Gastineu, two assisted and one un- assisted; Trent Kaher had three as- sisted tackles and one sack; Gabe Soto had three assisted, and Kevin Crone had two assisted and Hugo Orozco had one assisted. In fumble recoveries and inter- ceptions: Logan Sauder had one in- terception and returned it for 15 yards, which set up one of the scores; Leo Lopez had one intercep- tion for a 40 yard return. The coach noted that Fort Bragg had only thrown two interceptions all year. Fort Bragg fumbled five times in this game, with Javier Eligio recov- ered one and Ernesto Rodriguez re- covering two; Gabe Soto also had a fumble recovery. The Eagles are 7-1 overall and have won both North Central League I South games, which in- cluded Clear Lake and Saint Hele- na. Fort Bragg is considered an "interlock" competitor but is an ex- tremely important win when look- ing at going into the North Coast Section play-offs. The last two games of the season, both NCL I South games, are this Friday away at Upper Lake and Friday, Nov. 13 at home with Saint Vincent. Games start at 5:30 p.m. The Cloverdale Eagles boys' soccer team has won the North Central League I South E'IOVEROALE Oil EHAllEE on Mon-Fri. 8am - 4:30pm Sat. 8am - 4pm 60-B Commerce Ln. (Reuser Business Park) Morgan Carlson, midd e blocker, at the net against Clear Lake with a block at the Oct. 22 game. The Cloverdale Eagles boys' soc- cer team has won the North Central League I South for the first time, reports assistant coach Mauro Flores. The Eagles downed Upper Lake and St. Vincent last week. Upper Lake suffered a 14-0 loss at the hands of the Eagles. Scoring were Oscar Ochoa, with four goals; Aroldo Favela, three; Sergio Carde- nas, two; and Cain Reyes, Jose Gonzalez, Sergio Morales, Julio Flores, and Alejandro Avilla each had one goal. The Eagles then beat St. Vincent, 3-0. Scoring were Sergio Morales, two goals and one from Julio Flores. The Eagles then battled St. Hele- na in a quest for an automatic berth in the North Coast Section play- offs, after a long game that went into overtime and was finally de- cided by a penalty shoot out, the Eagles losing 3-5. The Eagles still don't know if they will be going to the play-offs. "We just have to wait and see," coach Flores said. "I'm very proud of the team. They tried hard the whole time," he concluded. 120 SANDHOLM LN., CLOVERDALE - 894-3100 4 MONTHSLHALF rum:., ~111, II, All Sizes (5x5 to 12x30), RV Included. .Offer good through Nov 30. 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Taylor Spaulding had three ser- vice points, one ace, 12 assists, one dig and one block; Brittany Vanda- griff had eight service points, four aces, two kills, and eight digs; Paige Sarlandt had four service points, two aces, five kills and two blocks; Morgan Robinson had three points, one ace, eight assists, and one kill; Michaela Lawson had four service points, one ace, and three digs; Morgan Carlson had four points, eight kills, four digs, and two blocks; Nohely Gonzalez had two points and three digs; Si- erra Hege had four kills and two blocks. The junior varsity team lost: 22, 25; and 15, 25. The junior varsity Eagles were tied for first place, in the North Central League I South, but have dropped to second. The Eagles downed Fort Bragg on Thursday: 25, 17; 25, 16; and 25, 15. "We played well," noted coach Fitzgerald. Junior varsity lost: 15, 25; 25, 13; and 13, 15. Taylor Spaulding had eight ser- vice points, one kill, two digs, and six assists; Brittany Vandagriff had nine points, five aces, three kills, and six digs; Paige Sarlandt had eight service points, six aces, eight kills, and three blocks; Morgan Robinson had 10 service points, three aces, six assists, and four digs; Michaela Lawson had seven service points, and one block; Mor- gan Carlson had four service points, 10 kills, and four blocks; Megan Marincic had three Mils. "It was a good crowd and it's good to be back in the big gym," the coach said. The school's west gym has been refurbished and was unavailable for most of the volley- bail season. This week the Eagles play the last two games of the season: Tues- day, it's Upper Lake away and Thursday, its a home game with St. Vincent starting at 5 p.m. at Clo- verdale High. This will be "Senior Night," for the Eagles, to celebrate the last volleyball game for seniors Michaela Lawson and Paige Sar- landt. The Eagles are fourth place in the North Central League I South, preceded by St. Helena, first; St. Vincent, and Clear Lake. Upper Lake is in fifth place. The Eagle runners completed their 2009 campaign by defeating the Fort Bragg Timbewolves in a meet at Cloverdale's Asti Winery course. The ladies completed an unde- feated season with wins over Clear Lake, Lower Lake, Willits, Upper. Lake and Fort Bragg in the season. The lady Wolves and the lady Eagles were both undefeated when they met at Asti on Oct. 28, with the winner having an excellent shot at the league championship. In defeat- ing the Fort Bragg team by a close score of 26 to 29. The lady Eagles have completed their third unde- feated season in a row. Led by Whitney Edens who placed 3rd, Elizabeth Marrone placed 5th, Madison Stewart placed 7th, Ron- nilea Moore placed 8th and Diana Martinez placed 10th. The ladies had 15 runners to finish in the top 10 in a 24 runner field. The boys varsity team defeated Fort Bragg 25 to 30 to close out a very successful 09" season by post- ing a five win one loss record. With Jesse Lee leading all runners and Mathew Wells and Wesley Hetrick in hot pursuit the Eagles had a 1, 2, 3 finish in the 23 runner field. Ben Bosse, Roger Martinez, Jack Giuliano, Jason Braithwait, Brian Wells, Blake Jamieson, Marcus Sanchez and Cody Trettin complet- ed the team scoring. The JV boys ran uncontested as no other team had the five runners required. Martin Sanchez ran his best race of the year, finishing in 2nd place. Darin Marcucci, Robbie Arthur, Maxwell Sutton and Colton Wasniak finished 4th through 9th in the 15 runner field. The team will compete in the CMC meet on Nov. 12 at Willits. On Tuesday, Oct. 27, the Eagles defeated the Upper Lake Cougars 2 to 1 at John Allen Memorial Field. The win, combined with a Clear Lake and St Helena tie, the Eagles finished second in the NCL I South. Prior to this year, the best the team finished was 4t" place. It was senior night, celebrating the last home reg- ular season game for seniors Van- essa Carasco and Breyko Trevezo. The girls started off the game strong with numerous shots on net but were denied every time. Mid- way through the first half Sami Acevedo dribbled down the left side, deep in the corner, and blast- ed a shot towards the net. Sara Gambetta was set up in front of the net and redirected the ball past the goalie for an early I to 0 lead for the Eagles. Cloverdale's defense was strong the entire first half allowing only two good scoring chances. The second chance was thwarted by Ja- clyn Richardson. On that play Up- per Lake launched a shot on net that was saved by goalie Breyko Trevezo but the ball trickled behind her toward the open net. Jaclyn raced from the side and kicked the ball away just before it entered the net. The second half started with the Eagles on the offense. Mary Cruz Lopez's first touch of the half re- sulted in the Eagles second goal. Mary received the ball from Madi- son Stewart and crushed the ball some 25 yards and the ball soared above the outstretched hands of the Cougars goalie to make the score 2 to 0. Upper Lake finished off the scoring with a goal in the last 10 minutes to make the final 2 to 1. With the win the Eagles league record stands at 4 wins 2 losses and 1 tie. The Eagles traveled to Petaluma to take on the St Vincent Mustangs on Thursday Oct. 29 and came away with a 3 to 0 loss. Coach Stewart was very pleased with the girls performance this week and is looking forward to his teams first appearance in the NCS playoffs that begin on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 7 p.m. against Roseland Prep at CHS. -Mike Gambetta Fort Bragg received the opening kick-off in last Friday's junior var- sity football game. The Eagles of- fense came up big and got a fumble recovery. Michael Reynolds recov: ered it, giving it to the Eagle of- fense. "Our offense probably looked the best they have all season long," commented coach Sean Geske. "We were putting together a drive and things were looking good when our quarterback got sacked, which forced us to punt the ball," the explained. That gave the Timberwolves great field position; the Eagles missed a couple of tack- les and Fort Bragg scored 7-0. Next, the Eagle offense got the ball but were not able to move it, making things worse by mishan- dling a punt snap. The Timber- wolves capitalized on the Eagles' mistake and got the ball on the Ea- gles 10 yard line. In the first play of the second quarter, Fort Bragg found the end zone and were suc- cessful with their two-point con- version attempt, bringing the score to 15-0. On the Eagles next possession, the offense was looking OK, mov- ing the ball, when Fort Bragg inter- cepted a pass, capitalized on another Eagle mistake and found the end zone again, 22-0. In the ensuing kick-off, Ulises Valdez had a great return, giving the Eagles good field position. The Eagle offense was able to sustain a drive, a Eldon Hunt busted through the middle for a 30 yard touchdown run. The two-point conversion failed and the score was 22-6. Fort Bragg had another touch- down at the end of the first half to bring the score to 29-6. "In the second half we did much better," coach Geske said. "The players held their heads up high and came out ready to work." The Eagles received the opening kick- off, moved the ball well, but the drive was stalled. Junior Campos had a great punt, pinning Fort Bragg inside the five yard line. The Eagle defense stepped up and Fort Bragg was unable to move the ball and was forced to punt. They mis- handled the snap and Andres Dela- gnes got the safety for two points. The score: 29-8. Momentum was going the Eagles' way but Fort Bragg got the ball back with great field position, punched Into the end zone for the last score of the game, 35-8. Towards the end of the fourth quarter the Eagles put together a great drive, but the clock ran out. The Eagles play Upper Lake away this Friday at 5:30 p.m. and on Friday, Nov. 13 meet Saint Vin= cent for the last game at home. !i II [1 t ;4