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Page 6-- WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14,2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA #32 Junior Forward Isaac Kreger leaps high into the air to deflect a Waldorf pass. SINK LAW OFFICE TRUSTS, ESTATES REAL PROPERTY THOMAS REED SINK* MARY PAYNE SINK CERTIFIED ~;PECIAL1ST IN ESTATE PLANNING, TRUST AND PROBATE LAW ,STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION 144 SOUTH CLOVERDALE BLVD. CLOVERDALE (707) 894-3941 $INKLAW@SABER.NET WWW.SINKLAWOFFICE.COM The 46th annual John McMillan Holiday Invitational Tournament (JMHIT) was held Thursday, Dec. 8 through Saturday last week and ac- cording to varsity basketball coach, Steve Bernardi, the tournament was a big success. "It was a great basketball tourna- ment with lots of very good teams. The spectators were wonderful and we appreciate the support of the community and the help from all of the volunteers that make it possi- ble," the coach said. The championship game on Sat- urday was between Pinewood of Los Altos and Berean Christian which was a "great game between two great teams," Bernardi related. The final score was Pinewood, 57 and Berean Christian, 56. Pinewood fought its way back from a 20 point deficit in the third quarter to squeak out a victory in a very exciting game. Pinewood's Solomone Wolf- gram was the tournament's Most Eagles first year coach Steve Bernardi has led his team of young players to two consolation championships and an impressive 4-2 record so far. The Eagles next home game will be Dec. 20 against Ferndale High School. #24 Freshman John McMillan, the only freshman on the varsity squad this year, takes a shot high above the defender. S~I-ISF'-dCTION GLk":IFaNTeeDI COMPUTOF oreo OSI'TeF. OWNer Valuable Player (MVP) and scored and Roseland Prep, with St. Vincent 23 points in the championship winning 47 to 37, The third place game. game was between St. Helena and In the first round of tournament San Francisco Waldorf, with St. Hel- play on Thursday, St. Helena defeat- ena winning 44 to 32; Cloverdale ed Roseland Prep, 57 to 45; Berean clinched the consolation champion- Christian downed Hoopa, 83 to 75; ship by defeating Hoopa, 59-58 in Pinewood defeated St. Vincent, 69- another very exciting game. 37 and San Francisco Waldorf beat Cloverdale, led by Shane LaPant Cloverdale 52 to 40. competed against a good Hoopa In discussing the Cloverdale team. LaPant had 17 points and 10 game, coach Bernardi said it was a rebounds. Isiah Warren went five good defensive battle, but nerves for five from the free throw line. got in the way of offensive output. "He made some key free throws to "Cloverdale was a little nervous for seal the victory," coach Bernardi our first home game of the season," said. he said. Leading scorers were Isiah Making the All-Tournament team Warren with 20 points and Brett were: Milton Stewart, Hoopa; Alec Robinson with 16 points. Fetzer, St. Helena; Alexander In day two of the tournament, Woodhouse, San FranciscoWaldorf; Hoopa downed Roseland Prep 61- Tyler Charrett and Daniel Keefe, 52; Cloverdale beat St. Vincent, 53 Berean Christian; Cameron Helvey, to 43; Berean Christian beat St. Hel- Pinewood; and Isiah Warren, Clo- ena, 72 to 42 and Pinewood defeated verdale. San Francisco Waldorf, 70 to 61. According to the boys basketball Cloverdale's gamewas a good all schedule the Eagles will play around effort. There was balanced against Healdsburg this week (Dec. scoring with an attack led by Isiah 14) away and meet Elsie Allen on Warren's 22 points. "We left the Wednesday in Santa Rosa. This Fri- nerves at home and came out and day, Dec. 16, the boys will play San- played hard," the coach said. ta Rosa in Santa Rosa, then next The consolation championship week on Tuesday, Dec. 20 there will and winners championship games be a home game against Cloverdale were held on Saturday. The 7th starting at 5:30 p.m. place game was between St. Vincent HOLIDAY SPECIALS!! All sizes 1/2 oll Ior first three months-new move- MINI STORAGE - ( IC VI=I DAIE - At Empire Mini Storage we make storing your belongings easy.t A state 0f the art facility featuring professional resident managers! IComputer keypad gated entry All units have fire sprinklers and are individu-I ally alarmed 24 hour video surveillance, 7 day a week access. ) Office hours: Mon. - Sat. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Sun. 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(Reuser Business Park) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I The Eagles players won their second consecutive consolation championship as they beat two quality teams to finish the tournament with 2 wins and 1 loss. ease Please fill out the following form: ~ llEmlinllllllllllllllllllli1 [] New Listing I I [] Name Correction, Address or Number I I [] Delete Listing I I I I Name I I I Address (optional); I I Phone Number: I Comments: [|lmn||lmlmillllllll I I I I I I I ilium Please complete this form and mail to the: Cloverdale Reveille, POB 157, Cloverdale CA 95425 Or stop by our office at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Eagles defenders John McMillan and Brett Robinson double team a player during the John McMillan Holiday Tournament. 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. Sophomore center Josh Holden takes on three defenders to take a shot in tournament play.