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Wednesday - December 31, 1980 Page 9 Eagle Wrestling oF ts up-date Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH "x ehave been blessed with beautiful weather, for the golfer, is, but not for the people that must depend on rain for and ranges. And water to drink too. So the daily ,of golfers are out picking up their greenies, etc. At this time we have heard from relatives in the East and of our country and "it ain'l good, Magee!" Snow, rain is the word from these people, so as I said we are doubly fortunate to live in an area that permits every day of the year. turkey shoot last weekend produced forty4our winners Scores were paid up to and including of severy-four.. I am sorry, to say, I was not one of the (?) winners, however the green-eyed bill collector had a turkey the week previous from some tournament she entered'.' Therefore, I shall not have to dine on dead crow or Lencioni birds this holy day, Christmas. The reed bird is an inside joke and will only be ap- by the like of some old timers like my good friends Lile! Too bad we didn't haye Starlings in Food for all and a pasta to you too! ,ear, as near as I know is the first time we have spent home in nearly fifteen. Usually we go to one of , since it is much easier for us to travel than it them with small children. I am astounded with the that goes on between these small folk! You really to listen and at the same time pretend that you are not They seem to have a language of their own, words and innuendoes. Similar to the set of tha were on TV a short while back. These two kids ildren) are ten and thirteen year-old girls, Lorrie ILeslie Reynolds, and by no means are they twins, yel they to anticipate whatever the other has in mind. I guess I haven't been around kids much lately but I am sure these exactly what the packages under the tree contained they were opened Christmas morning. I know, because listening to their strange talk the minute they hit the door. Good Io bave them around. Makes you feel a litlle is a trying time for me, due In my Scottish all lsee under the tree is a lot of Yankee bucks. My was rather redundant. I received, among the usual a beautiful wallet, pure leather from some exolic with all kinds of compartments and best of all a little to hold all my credit cards and secret hiding place for paper money.! I say redundant because after this I need is a file to hold all the unpaidbills! you all up the crick aways and have a good year. comes but once a year thank heavens! Da I e Op[x men t Wed. Jan. 7 Altimira-boys Thurs. Jan. 8 Windsor-girls Sa. Jan. 10 RLS(St.Helena)-hoys Toes.Jan. 13 St .John's Thurs. Jan. 15 Geyserville-all Tues. Jan. 20 Lucerne-all ThursJan. 22 Sv .Mary's)Ukiah )-all Fri. Jan. 23 Kelseyville-all Tues. Jan.27 PomolilatUkiah)-all Sal. Jan. 31 Altamira-hoys Tues. Feb." 3 Keiseyville-all Fri. & Sat. Pomolita Tourney Feb. 6&7 8th boys Wed. Feb. 11 St.John's Wed. Feb. 18 Pomolita (Ukiah) - all Sat. Feb. 21 Twin Hills-boys Tues. Feb. 24 Lower Lake JH-girls Thurs. Feb. 26 Lower Lake JH-girls Sat. Feb. 28 S Mary's-all Tues. March 3 Twin Hills-hays Several tournaments are scheduled for February and March, and the dates and times will be announced when they are h01d run Cloverdale's wrestling team started its Christmas vacation the day after the rest of their schoolmates started vacation. Cloverdale attended the llth annual El Molino takedown tourney Satur- day, the 20th, and in its second appearance they fared pretty well. Two Eagle wrestlers won medals -- both 96 pounder Steve Michelon and 112 pounder Tom Trimble placed 4th out of 15 teams in the tournament. 155 pounder Gary Stewart also did pretty well with a 6 win, 4 loss, and 6 tie record for the day. The tournament was won by Napa High School and other standout teams were El Molino, and San Matin High School from Matin County. Cloverdale also traveled to Fremont and wrestled California School for the Deaf on "Pueu:v the 16th. The Eagles won the match with wins from Michelon at 98 pounds, Tellez at 105 pounds, Trimble at 112, pounds, Paulson at 126 pounds, Calvert at 138 pounds, Pope at 145 pounds, Stewart at 155 pounds, and Jennings at 167 pounds. The really unique thing about wrestling CSD is that working out against deaf mutes is very unusual but this year was better because w shared dinner with CSD students in their cafeteria. The experience showed our young people how communication can be accomplished through notes and gestures plus good sportsmanship in com- petition. Following Christmas vacation our first home match will be in the Arts & Crafts building at Citrus Fair. The time is 6 p.m. and the match against Lower Lake on Wednesday, January 21. Eagles lose close one to the Hounds By ELENE ZAGORITES CHS Correspondent The Cloverdale High School Girls' Varsity basketball team lost 56-50 to the Healdsburg Greyhounds in an exciting game on December 9th, in Heald- sburg. The Eagles played a tough game and were tied I0-I0 by the end of the first quarter. At halftime, the Eagles had pulled ahead and the score was 28-24 Eagles. In the third and fourth quarters,, the Eagles were outscored and the third quarter ended with the Hounds leading 38-36. The Eagles played and ran hard in the fourth quarter, but WASHINGTON JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1980-1981 Starting Locat ion Time Allamira(Sonoma) 3:30 Windsor 3:30 S .Helena 10:00 a.m. Home-South gym 3:30 Home-South Gym 3:15 Lucerne :1: oo Home-North Gym 3:15 Kelseyville 4:00 Home North Gym 3:15 Home-So. gym II:00 a.m. Home-No.gym :1: 15 Pomolita SI. John's (Heaidsburg) 3:30 Pomolita 2:00 Home-No. gym 11:05 a.m. Lower Lake JH 4:00 Home-So. gym 11:00 a.m. Ukiah 3: 30 Anall, HS (Sebastopol) 6:45 p.m. finalized. All home games are played at Cloverdale High School in vhe gyms indicated. Striders The Norlhcoasl Striders of Meno%cim) C,unly will be holding their firsl annual !,"Resolu' ion Run" on "January 4, starting al I0 a.m. There will be Iwo runs - one a 3.6 mile run and an 8.5 mile run. Bth will be loop courses ,hrmgh the valley wilh traffic c,mtr,l. The club invises any runner in Cloverdale vo come and join them. There will be a $2 enlry fee and prizes for lop finishers. For furlher infornmlion call Ihe president, John Wcxls, at 485-0578. the final score, 55-50, was in the Hounds' favor. This loss was the third of the Eagles season. Coach Bruce Bergman states, "Basically, we're a young and inexperienced team, but we're learning with- each game." The high scorers for the  Eagles Varsity wet)e: Darcy Jackson with 22 points, Lisa Domenichelli with 12 points, and Dana ergman with 10 points. Thee JV Eagles lost their game to the Hounds 48-27. Beth Traglia was the big , scorer with a total of 12 Bowling Scores Mon. Scratch Trio Assoc. Brokers 39 21 Clov. Bowl 37 23 Boise-Cascade 35 25 Garrett Log 33 27 Crayford's 31 29 TB&T Glass 26 34 Shop N Save 2O 4O Louisiana Pac 19 41 Rob Wakeman 236-684; Spencer Vail 247-642; Dave Ricetti 226-631. Mon. Ladies HDCP Dilley Ins. 37 23 Clov. Nursery 36% 23 4 Seghesio Fms 35% 24% Photo by Mac 32% 27% Naureen's 30 30 Cloy. Auto 29 31 The Wheel Cafe 21% 38% Harold's Dante 18 42 Sharon Ricetti 195-518; Brenda Odiorne 190-514; Phyllis Mittlestadt 184-503. Tue. Women's Trio Stan's 36% 19% John's Auto 34 22 Penny Fair 31% 24/z Fashion Flair 29 271st Nat'i Bank 25 31 Fashion Flair, Too 24 32 Ray's Woodworking24 32 Louisiana Pac 20 36 Mig Wiggins 196-555; Dianne Vail 193-535; Marcy Mires 204-520. "rue. Mixed Fours MGM Brakes 37 23 Houe of Jacks 36vz 23% Harris Radiator 34 26 Century 21 32 28 Masonite 30 30 Mustard Seed 26 34 Tom Gore, Beekeeper 22t 37t/ Northbay Forest 22 38 I II scoring. Also conlribuling 1(j ,he good year for SSU were freshmen Chaz Van Siclen, a left wing from Miramonte H.S., Novato's Ramon Rivamonte nd St. Vincent's defender Fred Haslem. Cqrt Lubiszewski, for- points. " merly of Casa Grande and i" Santa Rosa JC improvered ...........  enarne as goat keeper and'will be returning next 1980 year for his senior year. SIarlers Rich Cydzik, Noushin Khalilafar, Ron Soccer , and Greg Brown will also be returning for lhe warm up The Sonoma State University Soccer Team started it's season with high hopes and finished the season with higher hopes for next year. Starting the season with national power in Division I University of Santa Clara, the soccer team had little time to take a deep breath. Playing powerful teams like Hayward, San Francisco State, St. Mary's, University of the Pacific, Sacramento State, and Stanislaus, the Cossacks fasioned a 9-9-3 season. 1980 was th toughest schedule in the seven-year industry of the soccer team. The Cossacks fielded a very young team in that there were five freshmen and four sophomores starling in each game. There is jusl one senior on ,he team so the coaching staff is looking forward to Ihe 1981 season Svandoul forward Leo Mendez again led the team in scoring with twenty: Casa Grande's Rich O'Keefe, 1979 MVP in the Sonoma County League, led the team on assists with seven and was second in 1981 season. All these players turned in excellent performances during 1980. The only player not returning will be Abdullah Al-Bleihid, this year's team .captain. He will be missed because of his steady and controlled play. He was an all conference honorable menlion in 1979 and this year he earned ALL Con- ference First team. Sonoma had two o her All Conference team members. Center forward Leo Mendez is a repeater from the 1979 team and Freshman Rich O'Keefe made the leam in his first year. "All we need, next year, is a couple of top flight players In fill in a couple of gaps to make this team a .750 or better ball club" said Coach Mike Dale. "I'd like to get the locally because there are many outstanding athletes here in the high schools as well as at Santa Rosa JC." I know who I want, but it's going to be tough to get them because other programs are after them too. It's not fair to them or to us to name names, but anyone who has followed soccer in this area can tell you that we have some of the best soccer talent in the state right here in Sonoma County. All I need to do is convince them Cdme in and register forour $TEELHEAD DERBY ,e win a Fenwick Woodstream 8 % foot casting rod YOU musl be reRistered Io win! ()1 :'./? : rl, x%'O, Derby runs through March 31. Come in for more details -.. We carry a complete lineof rods, reels and tackle for the serious steelhead fisherman! Eagles Sportsworld 125 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2014 Ann Squier 201-556; Larry Kramer 189-536; Mickey Damon 176-499; Jo Dinning 200-48 I. Wed. Men's 875 Cloy. Druids 35 21 Pardini's Body Bp. 32 24 Carl Young 30'z 25.' Giovannetti's Sp 30 26 Pick's 27 29 Louisiana Pac Lu. Pc. RDC 25 31 Garret! Log 24!z 312 Redwood Payless 20 36 Dave Ricetti 245-659; Spencer VAil 217-634; Craig Keehn 212-609; Marry Thieman 257-599. Wed. Bantams (2 games) John Naiman 154-289 Mike Agnew 148-244 Jimmy Manion 136-226 Ron Gren 129-226 Thur. Morn. Better Half Cloy. Hardware 41 II Anderson Back. 32 10 Shop N Save 32 20 B&K Up 27ha 24t*, Mill St. Millies 24 28 Paulsen's Vine. 18z 33r At The Mill )8 34 KPPB 15 37 Brenda Odiorne 186-511 ; Priscilla Marincic 174.486. Thur Men's 8{Xt Lou. Pac.2 36 16 Wally's Home Sv. 34 18 United Vintners 28 24 Pflando Lumber 25 27 Cloy. Auto Pts 22 30 Andersen Exc.  22 30 l,u. Pac. 1 21 30z Masonile 19z 32=z Dave Parsley 239-654; Dean Young 214-615; Cliff lht Sonoma State University is an excellent educational inslitulion as well as a future soccer power. Look who we played this year. (santa Clara, SE State, St. Mary's Hayward, Sacramento, UP() ) These teams don't play us because we're .push,)vers They wanted and g .... UKt Lam('s from us Nex year is eve'n h,ugher.  t'hic,, S:ae wants o play -- 'hey v.ere :hird ar he NCAA Dlv II National finals in F'l,,rJda his year They h,s= ) Na h)nal Champi(,n L()ckhavel l-0 in over mm. S:anford Universily called n)e asking a) play. And we'll schedule UOP. Santa Clara and the Far Western conference teams. Already scheduled are UC Davis St. Mary's and Stanford. Just give me )he players h) go wilh our learn now and I'll give you something 1o put in your trophy case." Dale concluded. A Model Station Pellecjr)n)'s Chevron recently earned the ' Hallrark Station Award", presented only to those exceptional Chevron station5 providirg pro;es,onal serv=ce and maintaining aR imculate appearance tha! set them apart as a nodl 5latiofl ELECTRONIC TIRE BALANCING Latest Equipment Johnston 202-578; Gary Kees 199-575 (761 handicap series high for the league) Fri. Early Birds The Wheel 33 15 Maurice's Saw 27 21 Cloy. Rexall 25 23 Four Ds 23 25 Orange Realty 23 25 Lou. Pac. 21 27 Silva's Pharm. 15 33 Roy Bandeen 224-569; Pat Keehn 193-537 His & Hers RenD VFW 35 21 Sloane's Sea Prod. 28 28 Clov. Bowl 27% 28% Pizza Queen 27 29 Aparici Exp. 25 31 Cloy. Bakery 2@/z 31)/2 Dave Crayford 246 565; Dennis Drake 236-565; Bill Hoyer 199-538; Grady- Wilson 173-533; Marcy Mires 190-530. Sat. Juniors Sumpter, McFarland, Anthony, Lowe 33 19 Ahders, Stuber, Ricetti 31% 2o)h Wirt, Natenstedt, Meeker, Hicelli 30 22 SIuber, Bradford, Wilson, Vail 28 24 Ball,' Singleton, Whittaker, Anlhony 27% 24% Wood's,. Fennessey, Willhite 20 32 Marley's & Vail's 19 33 Willhite, Finck, Beebe, Chase 19 33 Zach Vail 226-599; Dong Meeker 224-590 ; Russ Ricet t i 201-514; Dave Ricetti 192-462; Roger Ahders 173- 461 Special New Year's Eve Party 1981 promises to be a gret year for the Marquee Theatre; and the public is invited to help welcome it in with a special New Year's Eve Party at the Railroad .Squarer Theatre. Featured ,. in the evening's program will be the debut of the Marquee's ' 14 Karat Vaudeville, and dancing to the music of the Simplistics. Pre-show entertainment for the evening will start at 8 p.m. with curtain at 8:30 and dancing until 2 a.m. Free hors d'oeuvres and surprises will be provided, with beer, wine, and champagne available. Admissi(n for the evening is a minimum donation of $20 per person or $35 per couple. This admission donation is tax-deductible. The Cossacks (Ride, . lump, leap, run) to victory And the winner is Cossacks!! In the Sonoma State "University contest to rename the athletic teams, -sentiment, tradition and 213 votes added up to a surprise victory for the "old" name Cossacks after two ys of voting. . Students, faculty staff 'and alumni turne'down five other names -- Seismics, Condors, Seawolves, Seahawks, and Vaqueros. Second place went to Seismics with 129 votes, third was Seahawks with 97, fourth was Condors with 49, fifth was Seawolves ,with 29, and Vaqueros recived 28 votes. A total of 349 votes were cast. WhenAhe student initiated contest' began in October, Cossacks was not officially in the running. But 35 f/culty members signed a petition demanding that Cossacks be retained. The panel of judges selected five names from the 180 entries and then added Cossacks to the ballot in deference to the faculty and the democratic process. During the contest there were 13 entries of the name Cossacks, and , SSU paychoJogy pro|essor George McCabe is the winning entry because of the earliest postmark. He will receive two free passes to all University events for '4981, a Sonoma warm-up jacket and a plaque of appreciation. . In the voting, 264 students cast ballots, 136 alumni, 92 staff, and 49 faculty. Nine Votes were invalid. During half-time at the basketball game against Hilo Hawaii, on February .4, a new symbolic drawing of the Cossacks wi}l be unveiled. -,CIoverclale'. ' Appliance MAJOR 'APPLIANCE REPAIRS 894-5043 555-2 ,, S. 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