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Page 6 --- WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30, 2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Freshman Esperanza Gomez heads a ball into a defender at a recent home game. I I I I I I I ,gl, 8,L" JJ',Wf,# glJY' Cloverdale's ONLY I Quick Oil Change Service Plus Full I IService Auto Repair Shopt I Bring in your food donation for a 10% I I discount on your oil change through 12/31/11 I I 10% OFF first off change I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Open Sat. Sam to 4pm } I Mon-Fri. 8am - 5pm 60-B Commerce In. (Reuser Business Park} I The Cloverdale High School Girls' Soccer team finished up their regular season on Oct. 27 by travel- ing to Fort Bragg to play the Tim- berwolves. The game ended in a 1-1 tie. Fort Bragg got on the score- board first in the 4th minute of the first half when the Eagles were un- able to clear out a ball. The Timberwolf forward was able to capitalize on the Eagle mis- take and score. Although the Eagles dominated the first half, they were down 1-0. The Eagles scored early in the second half when Liliana Gomez scored off a header to tie the game at 1-1. Cloverdale continued to force the pace throughout the second half but was unable to score. As the second half continued, the intensity rose and the game became more phys!T cal. This was an important game for both teams going into the ptayoffs, The game ended in a 1-1 tie. Later that week the Eagles re- ceived their third consecutive play, off berth and received a sixth seed in the Division III playoffs. The Eagles traveled to Petaluma to face the al- ways tough St. Vincent Mustangs. The Mustangs were the third seed. The Eagles knew this game would I be a difficult match-up, lowed up a deflected shot on goal players on the NCL-I All League The Eagles stacked their defense and used her body to put the ball in Team. Senior Samie Acevedo, jun- in order to limit the Mustang's scor- the net. Half time score was 3-1 Mus- ior Madison Stewart, and sopho- ing opportunities. The Eagles strat- tangs, mores Amy Mora and Hanah Faso egy worked for the first 20 minutes The Eagles wore down in the sec- were all honored. NOTE: Madison as the Mustangs were unable toond half as the Mustangs continued Stewart broke the single season score. But soon after the 20ththe scoring onslaught. The final scoring record f or goals scored in a minute, the Mustangs got on the score was 8-1 Mustangs. season with 24. The old record was scoreboard and continued to score The Eagles finished off another 23 goals set in 2009 by Sara Gambet- three quick goals. The Eagles also successful season with a 13-6-3 ta.-Steve Stewart scored when Madison Stewart fol- record. The Eagles also placed four Joe Carrillo and his teammates from the Cloverdale Eagles Cross Coun- try team competed in the Division V North Coast Section (NCS) champion- ship meet at Hayward High School on Saturday, Nov. 19. Carrillo's 15:42 time in the 3.0 mile course resulted in a 5th place finish in the 158 runner field and an automatic berth at the CIF State XC Champion- ships held at the Woodland Park 5 K course in Fresno on Nov. 26. Joe and his teammates Axay Patel, Matt Hetrick, Anthony Rink, Martin Sanchez, Roger Martinez and Jacob Torres competed against 22 teams in Division V (a predominately private school division because of student enrollment) and represented their school admirably by finishing 12th in the 22 team field. The team completed their 2011 season with a League Championship title and look forward to a repeat in 2012. I I Celene Rodriguez heads the ball as teammate Hannah Faso looks on. Take S. Cloverdale Blvd. exit over the overpass to Asti Rd. make a left on Asti Rd. Make a right on Santana Ln. and a right on Commerce Ln. !ii i! ! iiiiiiiiii ili iii!iiiiiii i i i i Forget all other Deals! We will BEAT any PRICE in town by $10 a month: Rotary Club of Cloverdale Exchange Bank Kelder Engineering Papa's Pizza Cafe Ace Hardware Pavelka & Associates Beckstoffer Vineyards Heritage Operating Pace Supply Donohoo, Inc. Crown Over Cross North Coast Logistics Karma Dog Construction Max Machinery, Inc. American Legion, Post 293 Opperman & Son, Inc. Hamburger Ranch & BBQ Elk Mountain Vineyards Players ages 4 and up as of April 30, 2012 y, Dec. , a.m. to noon at Daly Field -. ..... Tuesday, Dec. ". ...... .................... at Daly Field 5to Snack Bar 7, 10 a.m. to Noon Jan Snack Bar 8p.m. at Cloverdale High School Gym www.facebook.com/pages/Cloverdale-Little-League-Baseball/ Questions: cloverdalell @ hotmail.com or 894-5243