The 2013 members of Cloverdale Key Club are committed to bettering the lives of everyone within the global community. In this past month of October, with the help of local citizens, they were able to raise $1000 for UNICEF and the Kiwanis Eliminate Project. ...
On Wednesday, Nov. 13 the CHS Girls Cross Country runners captured an NCL 1 League championship after having an undefeated season for the past two years. The team earned a first place finish in a field of 17 teams, eight from the NCL 1, eight from NCL 2 and one independent team.
The Lady Eagles took their first step toward a coveted North Coast Section Division-3 soccer title on Saturday, slipping past a stubborn Clear Lake squad 1-0 in overtime at Jack Allen Stadium.
At their final meet on Wednesday, Oct. 23 at Willits, the Eagle girls ended their regular season undefeated for the second year in a row. With five runners on each team Cloverdale, with 21, handily beat Willits and Clearlake whose final scores were 51 and 52 respectively. St. Helena did not have five runners, so their team finishes did not count.
The varsity football Eagles saw their three-game win streak snapped on Oct. 25, falling to visiting perennial NCL-1 power Middletown, 47-7 in the home finale at Jack Allen Stadium.
The Lady Eagles soccer team completed a magical league campaign last week just at it began – with a pair of dominant victories over NCL-1 opponents.