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www.cioverttaleraweiliesem December 26, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille Page 9 2019, a year to remember in local sports Photo Michael Lucid PLAY BALL —— Cloverdale Little Leaguers participated in Opening Day ceremonies on Sunday, April 7 at Daiy Field. Dozens of budding baseball players and scores of fans lined the park, as the Cloverdale Little League kicked off the 2019 season. Photo Rick Scaramella STRONG ARM — Dylan Scaramella fired a pitch in varsity baseball action for the Eagles in April. With the guidance of head coach Ben West, Cloverdale posted a solid, 7-7 league record to earn a spot in the NOS playoffs. The Eagles scored an opening round win over Ferndale before falling to Berean Christian in the quarterfinals, finishing the season at 11-12. Top players included seniors Keller Sibert, Drew Edens, Jone Wesele, juniors Scaramella, Tyler Buys, and sophomores Collin Patterson, Josh Lemley and Logan Axell. Photo Greg Clementi POWER HI'ITER — CHS junior softball star Tehya Bird took a cut in a preseason game at St. Vincent in March. Under veteran head coach Margaret Fitzgerald, the Eagles dominated the NCL1 standings with a perfect, 14-0 record before moving on to the NOS playoffs. Cloverdale suffered their only loss of the campaign in a 6-1 upset at the hands of St. Mary’s to finish a tremendous season with a 23—1 record. Team leaders were seniors Aly Bernai and Angelina Cordova, juniors Bird, Lane ‘ghes and Maci Hernandez, d sophomores Vanessa Fisher, Faith Holloman, Alyssa Moffett and Janaye Hammond. toumsm *snwmn llElllTll can: CRIME spurns usuriou- OPINIONS nmn mssn smart; ISSUE! “All amass ‘ to sunscmni ( .rj wrwiiltr inn and llt‘w‘rvillv (.rillc l’rcwnl in .‘ lmuml , We ,1 irar‘s [6M (Keir/Hulk)” in ii'inc llcccmlicr 313L201.) lit‘srrmlinm znzliilihl -:ll 3: ,upm lll'TZ jujim limr ‘uurzw' llr'ml /)I'(’[)(II’(’(/ by [ui’t‘t‘lllfi‘l’ 1 MT lrlum rut/mitts (will: a lwin/)I’immlmjr .v/uu'lrlingf was! \\(* will illw hr slmuning lilt‘ \cu lurk lull (Imp :Il (mm llt'llll't‘ timing; 317121.03 \tfl’\ilit‘ \lt‘lillt,’ (ivywwlilc. ( l 0H,.“ till ( liilhl’x ‘1‘»! \l HUN “1 H ll‘lil ‘y'ltit it) till lltii‘l \l\\ Hill \| By Greg'Clementi Sports Editor As we near the end of another year it’s only fitting that we looksback and pay tribute to some of the best moments in local sports. Although there were too many stories to list, we’ve tried to capture some of the most memorable moments from the first half of 2019 in words and photos. We’d also like to take time to thank the many contributors that help make our sports pages a true product of the community each week. Your continuing support is greatly appreciated. The following is part one of a two-part series. Photo Greg Clementi HOOPS — Cloverdale high school basketball defenders Mario Lopez (No. 1), Shayne Turner (No. 11), Chuche Maciel (No. 24) and Josh Lemley (No. 34) put the clamps on St. Helena during the 2018-19 campaign. Under coach Pat Fitzgerald, the Eagles finished third in league with a 9-5 record, going on to earn a spot in the North Coast Section before ending the season with an overall mark of 15—1 1. Photo Michael Lucid DEFENSE — Ahnna Randolph (No. 24) put the clamps on a shooter in the Lady Eagle’s 52-25 rout over visiting Bentley in the North Coast Section quarterfinals in February. The win qualified Cloverdale to the elite ClF Nor Cal tourney. Under the watchful eye of coach Flick Berry, the ladies captured their third straight NCL1 title with an unbeaten mark of 14-0, moving on to compete in both the NOS and ClF NorCal State playoff tournaments. Standouts for the team were senior Kayli Persons, juniors Tehya Bird, Morgan Sceales and Maci Hernandez, and sophomores Randolph, Catherine Driver and Faith Holloman. Cremation Options sta 'ng at $1095 www. whcmortuary.com gift to Northern first family helping yours 707) 894-2222 3153 Maui ESMNQL to norcalpublibmedrator‘g H ‘ “ (707) 584-2006 to make your gift THANK YOU! u WWeWGW NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PUBLHL MEDEA