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Page 14 Wednesda December 17, 1980 Basketball -The four junior high bsketball teams played at home on Tuesday, lYecember 9. All four teams Were victorious over the four Lucerne teams ...... 1'he seventh grade girls scored their first victory of the season with a score of 16-4. Jonna Robinson was high scorer with four points and sinking two points each were Sherri Brassell, Rta Wilson, Krista Thomp- son,Andi Young, Wendy Thompson, and Shelley Kirn. This young team played a fine defensive game, and coach Fontana is justly proud of their progress. A fine score of 30-10 was achieved by a smooth and aggressive eight grade gifts' team. High scorer and playing an excellent game was Renee Marshall with nine points and many rebounds to her credit. The truly team effort was aided by Renee Botkin scoring six points; Cindy Kemp, Ill Valerie Vail, and Tara Crumb each with four points: Sonya Pope with two points, and Danae Doble scoring one point from the foul line. The entire team played an ex- cellent defense game and used their newly learned "press" to advantage. The seventh grade boys scored a shattering 47-4 victory over Lucerne. High scorer in the game was Ray Victoria with eleven points, followed by Anthony Keyes, Lonnie Wise,and Todd Rowland with eight points each. Gary Bato pumped in four points and Scott Williams, Charlie Delfino, Geraldo Giovanatto, and Dan Kumec each scored two points. Another victory belonged to the eighth grade boys with a final score of 33-19 in their game. High scorer in the game was Craig Bergman who tallied fifteen points. Shad Uselton II II II L. Cloverdale High School JVs Basketball team. Front row (left to fight): Missy 2leman, Terri Madrid, and Beth Traglla. Back row: Terri Colin, Laura W, L/mda R/lea, Nancy with six points, and Ron Den timekeepers the student Beste and John Naiman council will be charging a coring two points each. small admission to all home The game started with games. Admission is 50 Washington taking a cents, students without a big lead, but Lucerne student body card will pay livened things up by scoring 25 cents, and children under to within two points at the twelve or with a student end of the third quarter, body card wfll be charged 15 With some quick scoring in cents. Children under five the last half of the fourth will be admitted free quarter Cloverdale was able when accompanied by an to achieve heir second adult. We appreciate the victory this season, community support of our In order to help defray athletic program. costs of referees and I Eagles regain tournament title The Cloverdale Eagles recaptured its own thour- uament championship once again, but not without a tough fight, as they edged the Kelseyville Indians in the titlle game 59-57. The Eagles opened the tournament against Bridgemont and won easily by a score of 70 to 54. PdchRowland was high scorer for the Eagles with 16 points followed closely by Craig McMillan with 15 and Wade Smith with 14. The Eagles dominated from start to finish. This win put the Eagles into the semi- finals against a very stubborn Mto Tamalpais team., Mt. Tam came in{o the game determined to upset the Eagles. Using a deliberately slow game plan Mt. Tam nearly succeeded. A tight defense kept Eagles scorers in check while their offense worked pztlently for a god shot. The Eagles were slow in responding to Mt. Tam game plan and found themselvesbehind after three quarters Of play, 29-25. THE Eagles came roaring back in the fourth quarte to outscore Mt. Tam 19 to 7 and assuring another Eagle victory, 44-36, sen- ding the Eagles into the championship game against Kelseyville. From the very first jump ball until the final buzzer both teams played solid basketball. Throughout the first quarter neither team was able to score well because of two good defenses. The Eagles were abVto scratch up two more points than were the Indians andiead at the end of this first quarter 13-11. The second quarter was highlighted by some outside shooting for both teams. Mc,Queen and Merriman proved to be the Indians. "outside threats with Croft working inside. Rich Rowland and Wade Smith- centered with their own shooting while Jim Lampert played a solid defensive game. The Indians racked I I Ill Ill II Varsity wre., tiers fight hard, but... By KEN "Spazz" Baumgardner CHS Correspondent The Eagle wrestling team invited an experienced Analy team for a match on Wednesday, December 9. There were many good matches, but Analy came out on top with the final team score of 25-52. The Analy team was , tough and were determined ,to "munch-up" the Cloverdale team. The Eagles did not let that happen at all. THEYWERE STUBBORN AND .DETERMINED NOT TO . LOSE OR GET PINNED. Randy Hibbelen, who was undefeated thus far, was banded his first loss of the year on a 616 decision. THE MATCH WAS CLOSER THAN THE up 20 points'to the Eagles 19 in the second quarter, and trailed by only onepoint, 32- 31 at the half. With the first half history, the Eagles knew theywere capable of handing the Indians their first defeat of the season. Ctinued on page 17 SCORE INDICATES, WITH Randy glvinghis opponent all he culd handle. Henry Tellez came out on to themat to show his opponent that he was a little stick of dynamite and he blew his opposition away early in the first round. In the third match of the day, Tom Trimbl soundly beat hisopponent ina 16-6 decision. Tom's opponent had a hard time getting his six points as Tom was all over him. Cioverdale had to forfeit the fourthmatch because there was no wrestler in that weight class. " Analy received six po|nts for it and the score was tied'at I0-I0. The next three matches was all Aaly. THEY ACCUMMULATED %- POINTS AND THREE. PINS. Cioverdale quickly found themselves down I0- 28. Tim Pope stepped out on the mat to wrestle hisop- ponent. He wrestled very Well, using his moves and his strength. It was "nip and tuck" all the way but Tim came out on top with a" 5-4 decision. Now it was time for Gary Stewart to show Analy why he was the ,champion of the Novice TOURNAMENT. Putting everything together, Gary pinned his manearly in the second 'round. _ With only three matches left to go, the ore was 19-2S. , Cloverdae then lost thenext three matches, but it was no party for the Analy team. Their team had to work hard to beat the Cloverdale team. FIND A LUCK v GUM DROP and you may win a free turkey or ham WE'WILL BE PLACING A GUM DROP IN MANY OF OUR BAKED GOODS If you find one, and return it to the bakery within 24 hours, you will be eligible to enter our turkey and ham giveaway. We;re giving away th; --e lurkeys and three hams Drawings every week till Christmas. I Come in after one o'clock and you have J four times the chance to win. I ,Offer good Monday through SattWday Cloverdale Bakery 122 East Ist St. 894-4329 Bowling score00 Goodman, Stacy Caidwell, Sandy Davies and Yvonne Whit- taker. Photo by Bob Trusler. Mort. Scratch Trio Assoc. Brokers 37 19 Starts Clov. Bowl 33 23 Johns Auto Boise-Cascade 32 24 Penny Fair Garrett Log. 29 27 Fashion Flair Crayfords 29 27 Fashion Flair Too TB&T Glass 25 31 Ist Nat'l Bank Shop N Save 20 36 Rays Woodworking ! Iuisiana Pac. 29 37 I.,ouisiana Pac. Bob Mellon 246-660; ROb Dianne Vail Qakeman 257-629; Marty Wiggins 191-524; Thieman 251-615. Stuber 196-519. Moo. Ladies HDCP Dilley Ins. 34 18 House of Jacks Seghesio Frns 30 21 MGM Brakes Photo by Mac 28 23 Harris Radiator Clov. Nursery 28 23 Century 21 Naureen's 28 24 Masonite Clov. Auto Pts 24 28 Mustard Seed The Wheel 20 31 Northbay For. Haroids Dante 14 38 Tom Gore Gloria Stryker 189-552; Anne Squler Lulue Boehm 207-514; Wright 210-495. Debbie Eells 1R494. Continued Friends or famil moved away? 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