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Page 6 -- WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9, 2009  CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Sonoma County offices will be CLOSED or on reduced schedules* December 24 th- January 3, 2010. Offices will reopen on January 4, 2010. This closure is due to a Mandatory Time Off program, one of several cost savings measures adopted by the county to balance its budget and preserve essential services. 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The end re- sult, however, was much the same as Cloverdale emerged victorious in a 69-50 battle. Casey Berry and Robby Rowland combined for 16 first quarter points to give the Ea- gles a seven-point advantage to start the game, 21-14. The lead held for the half until the Mavericks made an early second half run to cut the margin to two points. Showing some early season poise and composure, Cloverdale with- stood the Mesa Verde run and closed the game with a 21-10 fourth quarter advantage. Rowland and point guard Beau Gastineau scored the Eagles final 19 points of the game, most of them coming from the charity stripe. Rowland tallied 30 points and pulled down 26 re- bounds, while Gastineau added eight points and nine assists. Casey Berry and Jerod Domenichelli each contributed 13 points while hauling in seven and nine boards respec- tively. In the tournament title game, Cloverdale squared off against the host Kelseyville Knights who had knocked off Piedmont in their semi final contest. In front of a large crowd, well represented by Clover- dale fans, the Eagles converted only The Cloverdale High school boys varsity basketball team opened the 2009-10 season with an impressive showing at the 38 th annual Stokes Tournament held in Kelseyville this past weekend. The Eagles soared through their first three games cap- turing the tournament title with vic- tories over Justin Siena, Mesa Verde and host Kelseyville. In first round action, Cloverdale shrugged off a shaky first quarter and outscored Justin Siena 25-11 in the second period to establish a 16- point halftime lead. That would be the final margin as the Eagles and Braves each posted 34 second half points for a 76-60 Cloverdale victo- ry. The Cloverdale offense looked sharp with four Eagles scoring in double figures. Robby Rowland had a team high 28 points, all but one coming in the first three quar- ters. Jerod Domenichelli who hit his first three shots and accounted for nine of Cloverdale's first 11 points followed him. The Eagle defense was not as effective, allowing Justin Siena 60 points on a 47% shooting night and giving up 10 three point shots. The win over Justin Siena moved Cloverdale into a semi final game against Mesa Verde from Citrus Heights of the Sac-Joaquin section. The Mavericks brought an entirely different package to the floor for the Friday afternoon contest. JV girls'basketball team wins Forestville tournament called upon." Final score Clover- dale 39, Montgomery 35. The championship game was set, Cloverdale against returning champion E1 Molino. E1 Me gave Cloverdale a taste of their own medicine, with some full court pres- sure that led to some easy points. The lady Eagles regrouped and bat- tled back taking the lead at half 20 - 17. This was a game of momentum, every time it looked like the Eagles were going to take control E1 Moll- no would hit a shot or get a steal, " We just couldn't put them away," stated Spaulding. The game came down to defense, rebounding and ball control. Madison Stewart, No- hely Gonzalez and Alyssa Munson took care of defense, while Sierra Hage, Morgan Carlson, Dani Hall and Danielle Perlinfien cleaned the glass. Morgan Robinson had two, Alyssa Munson - three, Nohely Gonzalez - five, Madison Stewart - six, Danielle Hall - six. Morgan Carlson had eight and was named to the all-tournament team while Si- erra Hage had 14 and was named tournament MVP. Final score Clo- verdale 44, E1 Molino 38. Paige Sarlandt, a senior at CHS and a Middle Hitter for the Eagles was named to the First Team for the All-North Central League I South volleyball team for 2009. The Cloverdale JV girls basket- ball team once again made their an- nual trip to Forestville and for the second time in three years came away tournament champions. Their run to the medal round was no walk in the park, they first had to face nearby Healdsburg in the first round. Cloverdale jumped out to an early lead, thanks to Madison Stew- art's fast break lay-ups and hustle defense. Morgan Carlson, Sierra Hage and Danielle Hall worked hard under the basket to limit the Hounds to one shot. The second half was more of the same with Alyssa Munson and No- hely Gonzalez picking up some big buckets. Kim Mitchell, Brooke and Morgan Robinson came off the bench with big minutes. Morgan Carlson had nine, Danielle Hall seven, Alyssa Munson and Sierra Hage six, Madison Stewart 16, final score 55 - 37. The semifinal game was Clover- dale's first big test against a large school, Montgomery. This was a matchup between two teams that liked to run, and they didn't disap- point. Montgomery looked like they had Cloverdale's number, jumping out to a lead at half, but the lady Eagles wouldn't be denied. Sierra Hage with 16 and Morgan Carlson with 12, anchored the scoring, while Nohely Gonzalez, Alyssa Munson, Danni Hall and Madison Stewart controlled the game on de- fense. "In this fast pace game our bench made all the difference," stated coach Spaulding. Kim Mitchell, Ja- clyn Richardson, Danielle Perlin- fien, Riley Marincic, Morgan and Brooke Robinson also played well. "I can't say enough about these young ladies," says coach Spauld- ing. "These players are alway# ready to give everything when Stephen Tice Electrical 894-8423 (TICE) cell: 479-4046 e-mail: steve Lic. #310393 Williams Jew e t00rs - Moving Sale Special - Jewelry Cases and English Pewter Flasks in Stock:: " 894-7455 124 S. Cloverdale B00vd six of 18 shots to start the game. Kelseyville, on the other hand, shot 40% for the quarter but found them- selves behind 20-13 after eight min- utes. CHS widened the lead to 15 points just before the end of the half but a long three point shot by Kelseyville's Mike Davis kept the Eagle lead to 12 points. Robby Rowland, who earned tournament MVP honors, started slowly going two for 10 in the first period. His effort in the second and third quarter were an entirely dif- ferent story, converting 12 buckets for 29 points and helping to build a decisive 23 point lead going into the. final eight minutes. Rowland completed the night with 39 points and 17 boards. Casey Berry knocked down 10 points and Or- lando Barragan followed with nine points. Jerod Domenichelli and Beau Gastineau joined Rowland on the All Tournament Team. Gastineau had eight points to go along with seven assists and five steals in the championship game while Domenichelli had seven points and seven assists as well. The three wins gives the Eagles a perfect 3-0 record to start the sea- son as they get ready to host their own John McMillan Holiday Invi- tational Tournament this coming weekend. Stokes Tournament Statistics Stokes I st Round 1 't 2 nd 3 rd 4 th Final Cloverdale 17 25 23 11 76 Justin Siena 15 11 18 16 60 Scorers: Gastineau 3-5 1-3 10, Barragan 3-5 0-0 6, Berry 5-9 1-2 12, Domenichelli 6-12 1-1 15, Rowland 11-23 3-5 28, Lampert 1-4 3-4 5 Three point goals: Cloverdale - 7-19 (Gastineau 1-1, Berry 1-2, Domen- ichelli 2-5, Rowland 3-9) Rebounds: Cloverdale - 26 (Gastineau 4, Sauder 1, Berry 6, Domenich- elli 6, Rowland 8, Lampert 1) Assists: Cloverdale 21 (Gastineau 5, Sauder 4, Barragan 3, Berry 1, Domenichelli 3, Rowland 4, Orozco 1) Steals: Cloverdale 8 (Gastineau 3, Sauder 1, Domenichelli 1, Rowland 3) Stokes 2 nd Round 1  2 nd 3 rd 4 th Final Cloverdale 21 10 17 21 69 Mesa Verde 14 10 16 10 50 Scorers: Gastineau 2-6 4-4 8, Barragan 2-4 0-0 5, Berry 6-11 0-0 13, Domenichelli 6-14 0-0 13, Rowland 9-23 10-11 30 Three point goals: Cloverdale - 5-13 (Barragan 1-1, Berry 1-2, Domen- ichelli 1-4, Rowland 2-6) Rebounds: Cloverdale - 50 (Gastineau 5, Sauder 2, Barragan 1, Berry 7, Domenichelli 9, Rowland 26) Assists: Cloverdale 17 (Gastineau 9, Barragan 2, Berry 3, Domenichelli 1, Rowland 2) Steals: Cloverdale 8 (Gastineau 3, Domenichelli 3, Berry 1, Rowland 1) Stokes Championship I st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th Final Cloverdale 20 24 24 9 77 Kelseyville 13 19 13 10 55 Scorers: Gastineau 4-6 0-1 8, Sauder 1-2 0-0 2, Barragan 4-6 0-0 9, Berry 3- 8 3-4 10, Domenichelli 3-11 0-0 7, Rowland 14-33 8-9 39, Lampert 0-1 2-2 2 Three point goals: Cloverdale - 6-19 (Barragan 1-2, Berry 1-1, Domen- ichelli 1-6, Rowland 3-6) Rebounds: Cloverdale - 39 (Gastineau 2, Sauder 4, Barragan 4, Berry 5, Domenichelli 3, Rowland 17, Southard 1, Miltimore 1, Carlson 1, Lampert 1). McMillan Tournament this week Cloverdale will be host to the 4a2 h annual John McMillan Holiday In- vitation Tournament (JMHIT) this weekend. Thursday, Friday and Saturday the CHS Eagles will wel- come seven North Coast Section basketball teams from six different leagues for one of the most presti- gious and long running small school tournaments in Northern California. Named after the esteemed Clo- verdale basketball coach, John Mc- Millan, who led the Eagles to two California State Championships and compiled 412 victories and 13 League Championships, the tour- nament will be the site of 12 games over the course of three days. The hometown Eagles hope to repeat their efforts from 2008 and claim a 13 th tournament title. Returning for the 2009 event are St. Bernard's, Berean Christian, St. Vincent, Roseland Prep, Mendoci- no and San Francisco Waldorf. St. Helena will again join the JMHIT after playing in Alaska last season. Game times are 4, 5:30, 7 and 8:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday and will start an hour earlier on Saturday. For updated brackets and infor- mation visit cloverdale, the Cloverdale High School athletics website. Setter, Taylor 5paulding, a sophomore at Cloverdale High School was named to the second team for the AII-NCL I South Volleyball team for 2009. Morgan Carlson, a CHS freshman was named to the 2009 All-North Central League I South volleyball team for 2009. Morgan is a Middle Hitter for the team CANDI S Anti0000 & Uni00ues 1124 So Cloverdale Bird / 894 4080 All profit benefits Soroptimist International of Cloverdale Michael Nixon Financial Planning Education Planning Insurance Planning hwestment Planning 140 B S. Cloverdale Blvd. (above Antiques & Uniques) CA Insurance #ODO8323 894-9882 SECURITIES AND ADVISORY SERVICES OFFERED THROUGH NATIONAL PLANNING CORPORATION (NPC), MEMBER NASD/SIPC, A REGISTERED INVEsTMENTADVISER, NIXON FINANCIALAND NPC ARE SEPARATE AND UNRELATED COMPANIES,