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Nov. 13, 1991, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 11 overdale Eagles have season-ending victory Josh Fayter two touchdowns and a third here Friday to Cloverdale Eagles to a }season-ending victory over Lake Cougars. evened its overall with the win while to 2-3-1 in league play, fifth place in the final Central League I stand- ings. The loss dropped Upper Lake (2-4, 2-7-1) into a tie for last place with the Fort Bragg Timberwolves. "These kids were overachiev- ers," Cloverdale coach Rick Berry said. "Size-wise and physically we were overmatched in just about every game but the kids worked hard and never gave up. I'm real proud of them all." Fayter, a junior, made Clover- dale's finale a successful one by connectingon 12 of 22 passes for 147 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. His 31-yard TD strike to Jamie Hale in the first quarter and Jarls Van Gent's extra-point kick staked the Eagles to a lead they would not relin- quish. Upper Lake closed to 7-6 on Cord Browning's 14-yard touch- down run in the second quarter L . L , the Cloverdale Chargers Junior Varsity team are pictured, front row, fromleft: Matt David Lands, Nick Green, Jonathan Martin, Serafin Roza, Calder Hutcheson, Jack and Patrick Reynolds; second row from left, Jose Castro, Brady Cox, Scott Treankle, Kevin Michael Millspaugh, Travis Woolsey, Ruben Roza, Jeremy Miller, and Charles Owens; from left, Shawn Sanders, Steel Hardin, Jeff Randolph, Chris Lands, Ryan Warren, John Valera, Eric Lopez, and Nicholas Angeli. Coaches, from left, are Mr. Angeli, Madrid, David Warren and Chris Dinno. visit from Australian family now a Cloverdale Rotary ex- in Australia for s. When she first in Australia, Evenstar with the Roadknight month it was scheduled to transfer to the eofMr, and Mrs. Evans. At time, Mr: and Mrs. and their 14 year left Australia for a once-in-a-lifetime trip the Western part of the States. landed and there they rented a drive up the Coast Then, they discovered that the traffic was driving on the wrong side of the road! They drove up the Coast to Seattle, Washington, to visit their oldest son, who is also a Rotary Exchange Student. They spent almost a week in Washington and Canada and then headed back down into California. On Sunday, the day of the great Oakland fire, the Roadknights' arrived in Cloverdale. Since Mr. Roadknight is the current presi- dent of Mt. Beauty Rotary Club, he "touched bases" with Dr. Chuck Snider, the President of the Cloverdale Rotary Club. Mr. Roadknight let a Rotary flag for the Cloverdale Rotary Club as a token of global Australian- personal message in CHS calendar wanted to give the =whole world" of you have - and we've results on the Citrus uee. - here's a chance to do a little more perma- Buy a date in the 1992 and we will print date your personal rues- Every student in the school is. in the calendar at ]east once and there is a big centerfold of the Senior Class. This is a great memento. Order yours by Nov. 14. - catch is that you only have THIS THURSDAY. Nov. Contact the Cloverdale High FHA-HERO to get your printed! them at 894-2170 that your message get to the High office. price for the calen- A message is $2.50. e more than one at ia of Art Small Works 1991" annual juried exhibi- Will be on display in the gallery at the Luther Nov. 15 through A reception for the art- be held at the Museum, Nov. 15 from 5 p.m. to 8 Works to be slwn in this artists. will be a curator's lec- L the Museum on Thurs- p.m. Admission and the public is invited. exhibition and reception and tot he public. call the Museum American friendship and com- radeship. "The Roadknight" family were simply delightful to visit with. It was only unfortunate that they arrived when so much ofeveryo- nes' attention was on the Oakland fire as well as the Geysers Fire. Though they did not have a great deal of time to tour Cloverdale, they were very happy, neverthe- less, to be here. The family left the following Monday morning for Yosemite Park. They left LA on November 2, to return to Mt. Beauty, Victo- ria, Australia. The Roadknights took many fabulous memories, a zillion rolls of film and many tremendously good feelings about the warmth and hospitality of Americans back to Australia with them. The Rotary student exchange program really does work. Even- star Kassebaum is certainly an outstanding High School repre- sentative of all the kind and generous people who live in Cloverdale. CD-RATE SHOCK, AND HOW TO OVERCOME IT If you have a CD due to mature soon, get ready for a shock. Short-term rates have dropped dramatically - an average of two percentage points - in the past year. And many people think they haven't stopped falling yet. What should you do? You can start by attending a free seminar on Thursday, November 14, 1991, at 5:30 p.m. at The Thatcher Inn in Hopland, CA. Guest Speaker: Patricia Montgomery Financial Consultant HiARN Seating is limited. 0000,00-42T-s008 R( for your reservations. Complimentary refreshments will be served. but Alex Burrough's PAT kick was wide. The Cougars were on the move again just before the half when their drive bogged down and they were forced to punt. Chris Berry returnedg the kick 39 yards to the Cloverdale 26-yard-line. The Eagles had a 14-6 lead one play later on Fayter's 26-yard pass to James Toninato. Cloverdale High Health Exploratory CHS Advanced Biology stu- dents for the second year are participating in a voluntary program to learn about health related careers. "Our thanks to doctors, den- tists, and our veterinarian for this program," a school spokes- person said. The following students and medical people are involved: Dr. Yeager, with students Graciela Jimenez, and Laura Teague; Dr. Spenst with students Sara Th- eriault, and Robert Runnings; Dr. Wood with student Maire Kennedy; Dr. Templeman with student Christy Gurries; Dr. Snider with student Nathan Ti- erney; Dr. Hufnagel with stu- dent Melissa Sanders; Dr. Biery with students Morgan Heatley- Grant and Hilda Lopez. These students volunteer one hour or more per week and learn about what type of work is done at these facilities. All students will work at two of the offices during the year and receive work experience credit for their time. Also students who complete this program are able to partici- pate in a similar program at Healdsburg General Hospital the next year. Currently four stu- dents from last year's program are volunteering at the hospital. Ballroom Dance classes held at Washington school Washington School Ballroom Dance Club is sponsoring ball- room dance lessons on Thursday evening with Chad Burson of the Arthur Murray Dance Stu- dio in Santa Rosa instructing. The classes, which consist of instruction in the Cha-Cha, Swing, Fox Trot, Tango, Waltz and Rhumba, are a lot of fun. More classes may be taught in the Spring. Upper Lake narrowed the gap to 14-12 in the third quarter on Browning's 10-yard run. The Cougars then went for two points on the conversion but the Clover- dale defense stuffed a running play. Fayter's 1-yard sneak in the fourth quarter pushed the Eagles' lead to 21-12. The Cougars came back to score on Tim Angiolini's 70-yard pass to Robert Dittman and Bur- roughs' kick made it 21-19. Angiolini was sacked for a big loss by nose guard Ron Strong minutes later as Upper Lake was maneuvering into position for a possible game-winning field goal and the game ended on that play. Cloverdale recovered four Upper Lake fumbles in the first quarter to slow up the Cougar offense, which according to Upper Lake statistics, outgained Clover- dale by just over 100 yards. One of those turnovers killed an Upper Lake drive inside the Eagle 10- yard-line. The Eagles attempted two field goals in the first half and Van Gent had the range on both, including one from 42 yards, only to miss wide each time. "I thought it was good," Berry said of the 42-yarder. Fayter spread around his' passes to six different receivers but his favorite target was Hale, who caught six passes for 86 yardes. Chris Berry led the Eagle rushing attack with 59 yards on nine carries and Chad McCutchan had 33 yards on seven carries. %Ve were in every game we played," Berry said. "Even in the Clear Lake game the kids never gave up. They were a tough bunch," Berry said of his Eagle players. Cloverdale's junior varsity team also closed out the season on a high note by beating the Upper Lake JVs 14-0. The Eagles won their final three league game to finish 3-3 and they were 6-3 on the season. TEAM NOTES: NCL I varsity coaches met last night (Tues- day) in Ukiah to pick the All- ,ague squad. The complete team " will appear in next week's edi- tion of the paper. Although the Eagles missed out on the North Coast Section playoffs, four other NCL I teams will be represented this week- end when first-round games get under way. League champion Lower Lake was seeded third in the eight-team field and will host defending section champion Menlo Friday night at 7:30 p.m. at Lower Lake. League runner- up Kelseyville, seeded fifth, goes on the road Saturday night to play Bay 7 Conference cham- pion Salesian at Contra Costa Junior College at 7:30 p.m. The Clear Lake Cardinals, who tied Willits for third, were seeded seventh and will travel to Mid- dletown Saturday to play the second-seeded Mustangs, cham- pions of the NCL If, at 1 p.m. No. 8 seed Willits travels to McKin- leyville Friday night to play the top-seeded McKinleyville Pan- thers at 7:30 p.m. The Lower Lake-Menlo win- ner plays the Middletown-Clear Lake winner the following week- end at the site of the highest surviving seed -- and it's the same in the other bracket. If Ke]seyville beats Salesian, the Indians will probably earn a trip to McKinleyville. Kelseyville would host a semifinal game with a win over Salesian and ifWillits beats No. 1 McKinleyville, which is not out of the realm of possibil- ity. A high percentage of the coaches at the seeding meeting believe the eventual section champ will come out of the Lower Lake-Menlo and Middletown- Clear Lake bracket. Berry be- lieves it'll be Lower Lake and Middletown in the semifinals. Lower Lake defeated Middletown 17-14 earlier this season in a non-league game, but had to rally in the game's final minutes to pull out the victory. If those two teams do meet again, the game will be played at Middletown Saturday, Nov. 16 at 1 p.m. at Middletown. i i THOMAS K. RACKERBY CERTIRED PUBUC ACCOUNTANT & CONSULTANT ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS PRACTICE at 133 North Street, Healdsburg, CA 95448 (707) 431-7964 Tax Preparation and Planning Business Consulting Individual Corporate Partnership Sales, Payroll and Property Tax Returns Forecasts and Projections Financial Statement Preparation Litigation Support . 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