Four Cloverdale High School students were named among the top scholar-athletes in Sonoma County last week in a banquet held at the Friedman’s Center in Santa Rosa. Comments (0)
I was speaking with my good friend Rick Powers, long-time captain of the New Sea Angler and Surf Scooter out of Bodega Harbor, the other day, and we were discussing how fishing has changed in the last 20 years. He lamented how tough a sport captain’s job had become because in his words, “No one wants to just go fishing and take their chances any more. They look on the Internet and if it isn’t lights out, they don’t go,” he said. “In the old days, regular folks would just sign up for every Tuesday of the season and you could bank on those regulars to show up. It was a great time, it really was.”
Sierra Morse took a cut in varsity softball action for the Lady Eagles.
From left, Cloverdale High School students Scott Richardson, Greg Scaramella, Perla Anguiano and Angela Romero gathered for a photo after being honored as scholar-athletes at a recent awards banquet in Santa Rosa.
CHS varsity softball ace pitcher Teanne Edens fanned a combined 21 batters in a pair of league wins last week.
Varsity baseballer Scott Richardson collected a pair of hits in an 8-1 victory over Middletown on Friday.