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January 22, 20151 The Lovell Chronicle I 13 Barracudas take 16 to Powell BY SAM SMITH Ariane Joskow, 2:51.36Y. Boys: 4th, The North Big Horn Richard Spann, 2:2655Y Barracudas took 16 swim- lO&U 50 Breast- Girls: Sidni mers to participate in the Tryon, 1:0323Y Sadie Nielson, Winter Fiesta Saturday 1:1294Y. Zenaena Tryon, 1:59.79Y and Sunday at the Powe]] Boys:Ashtin Prentiss, 5968Y Aquatic Center. Nathan F.uller, 1:19.66Y Angle Spann reported 11-12 50 Breast-Girls: Anna Full- the following results from er, 4283Y, AngelNielson, 1:1277Y 13-14 100 Breast- Girls: 6th, Cyn- the meet: thia Baumstarck, 1:32 44Y 10th, RESULTS Megan Cornia, 1:39 25Y. Boys: 7th, 08&U 50 Free - Girls: Savannah Richard Spann, 1:22 78Y Prentiss, 1:15 69Y Boys: 10th, 15-Ov 100 Breast - Girls: 6th, William Fuller, 1:1538Y Alyssa Schneider, 1:25 34Y 10&U 100 Free - Girls: Azurdey 13-14 1650 Free - Girls: 1 st, Ariane Burton, 1:47 27Y Mallory Brown, Joskow, 20:59 37Y 1:48 06Y Sadie Nielson, 1:50 20Y 13-14 500 Free-Girls: 1st, Ariane Sidni Tryon, 1:53:84Y Zenaena Try- Joskow, 6:1032Y on, 2:12 95Y Boys: Nathan Fuller, 15-Ov 500 Free - Girls: 2nd, Alyssa 1:56 78Y Schneider, 6:35 04Y 11-12 100 Free - Girls: 10th, Anna 08&U 25 Free - Girls: Savannah Fuller, 1:10 94Y Angel Nielson, Prentiss, 3275Y 1:49.21Y. 10&U 50 Free - Girls: Sidni Tryon, 13-14 100 Free - Girls: 3rd, Ariane 47.86Y. Mallory Brown, 48.40Y. Joskow, 1:04.66Y. 8, Cynthia Baum- Zenaena starck, 1:06.72Y. Megan Cornia, Tryon, 51.44. Boys: Ashtin Pren- 1:20.08Y. Boys: 6, Richard Spann, tiss, 40.96Y. 59.39Y. 13-14 50 Free - Girls: 5th, Cynthia 15-Ov 100 Free - Girls: 5th, Alyssa Baumstarck, 30.49Y. 7th, Ariane Schneider, 1:02.49Y. Joskow, 30.76Y. Boys: 7th, Richard 10&U 100 IM - Girls: Sidni Tryon, Spann, 27.19Y. 2:10.44Y. Mallory Brown, 2:12.91Y. 15-Ov 50 Free - Girls: 5th, Alyssa Sadie Nielson, 2:17.35Y. Zenae- Schneider, 28.46Y. na Tryon, 2:46.01Y. Boys: Ashtin O8&U 25 Back - Girls: Savannah Prentiss, 1:55.57. Nathan Fuller, Prentiss, 32.22Y. 2:19.99Y. 10&U 50 Back - Girls: Sidni Tryon, 11-12 100 IM - Girls: Anna Fuller, 58.94Y. Mallory Brown, 1:00.63Y. 1:23.60Y. Angel Nielson, 2:06.45Y. Zenaena 13-14 200 IM "Girls: 5th, Cynthia Tryon, 1:06.73Y. Boys:'Ashtin Pren- Baumstarck, 2:47.76Y. 6th, Ariane tiss, 51.83Y. Joskow, 2:49.74Y. Boys: 8th, Rich- 13-14 100 Back - Girls: 4th, ard Spann, 2:34.03Y. Cynthia Baumstarck, 1:15.53Y. 5th, 15-Ov 200 IM - Girls: 6th, Alyssa Ariane Joskow, 1:19.91Y. Boys: 7th, Schneider, 2:42.38Y. Richard Spann, 1:08.04Y. 10&U 50 Fly - Girls: Sidni Tryon, 15-Ov 100 Back - Girls: 6th, Alyssa 1:17.23Y. Schneider, 1:14.94Y. 11-12 50 Fly - Girls: Anna Fuller, 13-14 400 IM - Girls: 1st, Ariane 43.73. Joskow, 5:54.99Y. Boys: 4th, Rich- 13-14 100 Fly - Girls: 8th, Ariane ard Spann, 5:38.39Y. Joskow, 1:31.06Y. Boys: 7th, Rich- .10&U 100 Breast- Girls: 7th, Mal- ard Spann, 1:14.03Y. Iory Brown, 1:57.42Y. Sidni Tryon, 15-Ov 100 Fly - Girls: 4th, Alyssa 2:25.01Y. Zenaena Tryon, 4:25.51Y. Schneider, 1:16.44Y. Boys: 7th, Ashtin Prentiss, 2:07.47Y. 08&U 50 Back - Girls: Savannah 13-14 200 Breast - Girls: 4th, Cyn- Prentiss, 1:15.47Y. Boys: 9th, Wil- thia Baumstarck, 3:17.43Y. Boys: liam Fuller, 1:14.18Y. 5th, Richard Spann, 3:02.08Y. 10&U 100 Back - Girls: Azurdey 15-Ov 200 Breast - Girls: 5th, Burton, 2:05.17Y. Sidni Tryon, Alyssa Schneider, 3:04.77Y. 2:06.68Y. Sadie Nielson, 2:11.26Y. O8&U 100 Free - Girls: 8th, Savan- Mallory Brown, 2:14.93. Zenaena nah Prentiss, 3:07.37. Tryon, 2:40.79Y. Boys: 9th, Ashtin 10&U 200 Free - Girls: Sidni Tryon, Prentiss, 1:43.61'(. Nathan Fuller, 3:51.53Y. Mallory Brown, 4:24.61Y. 2:07.28Y. Zenaena Tryon, 4:54.57Y. Boys: 11-12 100 Back - Girls: Anna 14th, Ashtin Prentiss, 3:46.92Y. Fuller, 1:27.10Y. Angel Nielson, 13-14 200 Free - Girls: 2rid, Ariane 2:19.59Y. Joskow, 2:22.00Y. 3, Cynthia Baum- 13-14 200 Back- Girls: 5th, starck, 2:32.13Y. Boys: 7th, Richard Cynthia Baumstarck, 2:43.86Y. 6th, Spann, 2:18.43Y. DAVID PECK Brent Snyder ducks inside against a Powell defender during a freshman game Tuesday night in Lovell. II BY SAM SMITH After Snyder's 13 Brent Snyder scoredpoints, Kyle Wolvington 13 points as Lovell made scored 9" and Ben Cornia a comeback but fell to added 5, Porter Nichols 2 Powell 32-30 Tuesday and Jeremy Schneider 1. night in a freshman game "We just came out at Johnny Winterholler flat and stayed flat the Gymnasium in Lovell. entire game," coach Mi- The Bulldogs trailed chael Jameson said. "We 8-4 after the first eight didn't execute our offense minutes and tied with against their zone. We the Panthers 6-6 in the fought back in the fourth second to trail 14-10 go- and had a good look; ing into the locker room sometimes they fall and at halftime, sometimes they don't." The visitors from The Bulldogs will Powell edged Lovell travel to Basin today 11-9 in the third, but in (Thursday) to face the the fourth, the Bulldogs Rebels at 6 p.m. On Tues- made a comeback and day, Lovell will travel to outscored the Panthers Thermopolis to meet the 13-7 to fall by just two Bobcats for a 6:30 p.m. points, tip-off. Marissa Arnold and Mikaela Hocker get into a tussle earlier game held on Jan. 3 at RMHS. DAVID PECK over the ball with a Tongue River player during an BY PATrl CARPENTER put a lid on the hoop for us. The Lady Grizz took "As a group, the girls on two tough teams this played good in moving in week, Big Horn in an away the offense, which lead to game on Friday and Wy- so many good looks. In the oming Indian at home on first half we got into some Saturday. foul trouble so our bench "The team knew it wascame in and I thought they going to be a tough week- did a pretty good job." end," said coach Eric Hon- Honeyman said Brian- eyman. "Those two teams na Brumwell and Summer have been winning a lot Johnson stepped in and of games. Going into Big played well off the bench. Horn :and in most games "They are getting more we have had a tough time and more comfortable in scoring the ball. We get a the offense and the speed lot of looks and shots but of the game," said Honey- they just don't go in. It con- man. "Mikaela Hocker led tinued again in BigHorn." us with a double double, The Lady Grizz foughtwith 10 points and 14 re- hard but fell 44-25 to the bounds. Maddie Crawford Lady Rams. did a great job leading the "The team went 8-57 guards. She really looked from the floor," said Hon- to shoot more and with the eyman. "We are happy we other guards in foul trouble are getting good looks be- she stepped up her game." cause most of our shots Hocker was the team's are coming in the lane. We points leader with 10. Ma- had 43 shots inside the free rissa Arnold had 8. Hock- throw line but just couldn't er led in rebounds with 14. finish. It was like Big Horn Higgins had 9 rebounds. On Saturday the girlsof mistakes." hosted Wyoming Indian. Honeyman said Ma- "We knew we were rissa Arnold played her playing a good team," said "most complete game of the Honeyman. "No. 5 in the year," with 18 points and state tells you .they are a 15 rebounds. good team." "I feel she is hitting her The girls from Wyo- grove and ready for confer- ming Indian were as tough ence games to begin," said as expected, overpowering Honeyman. the Lady Grizz for a 59-35 Mikaela Hocker had 4 win. points and 8 rebounds. O1- "We talked about their ivia Higgins had 4 points 2-2-1 full court trap and and six rebounds. The:' their 2-3 zone," said Hon- shooting percentage for the eyman. "We played a good team was up slightly but first half, really attacked not enough to make a dif- them and got them into ference Honeyman said. foul trouble and we were "As a team we shot 10- only down by 3. 47, which is a little better "What hurt us was a than last time, butwe need minute of just not think- to shoot better than 21 per- ing and making some sil- cent in order to win," said ly passes. That's what they Honeyman. wait for a team to do and Next up the girls will then they pounce on you play at Riverside on Fri- for 10 quick points. We day with games at 2:30 and really limited that in the 5:30 p.m. On Saturday, the first half but in the second Lady Grizz will host Grey- half we came out and went bull with tip-offs at 1 and through a couple minutes 2:30 p.m. BY SAM SMITH third but the Lady Grizz first half and 16-4 in the mons 4 each and Brickie The Rocky Mountain edged Big Horn 7-6 in thethird quarter to lead 47-21 Durand and Samantha Bel- Lady Grizz played tough fourth, going into the final eight tran 2 apiece. with the Big Horn Lady Pepper Lewis scored 8 minutes. The Lady Grizz "We found a bit of our Rams in Big Horn Friday points for Rocky and Sum-put up a 22-5 advantage in identity as a team," coach and the Wyoming Indian mer Johnson added 5, Mad-the fourth, only to fall to the Jacob May said, Lady Chiefs Saturday in dison Hocker 4 and BrendaLady Chiefs by nine. The Lady Grizz will Cowley. Timmons 3. Summer Johnson travel to Basin Friday to On Friday, the Lady On Saturday, the Lady scored all of 12 of her points face the Riverside Lady Grizz fell to Big Horn 47-20. Grizz fell to Wyoming Indi- in the fourth quarter andRebels at 2:30 p.m. On Sat- Rocky was outscored by an 52-43. Brianna Brumwell added 8,urday, Rocky will host the the Lady Rams 25-8 in theThe Lady Chiefs out- Pepper Lewis 5, Maddison Greybull Lady Buffs for a 1 first half and 14-5 in the scored Rocky 31-17 in theHocker and Brenda Tim- p.m. tip-off. BY SAM SMITH The Rocky Mountain Middle School wrestling squad took 12 wres- tlers six miles to Mustang country for the Lovell Invitational Saturday. Travis Lytle went undefeated at 3-0 for the second straight tourna- ment to win the 110-pound A division. Kyle Hoyt went 2-2 to place fourth in the 155-pound A division. "We didn't wrestle as sharp as we did the week before," coach Tim Jones said. "We had a lot of breakdowns in our technique. We will be working on fine-tuning and finishing takedowns better." Lovell assistant coach RJ May re- ported the following results from Sat- urday's meet. RESULTS A Division Zane Horrocks- 105, 0-3, 4th; Travis Lytle - 110, 3-0, 1st; Will Praetor- 120, 1-2; Cole Boardman - 126, 1-2; Nathan Hatch - 138, 3-2; Kyle Hoyt- 155, 2-2, 4th; Jaxon Jolley - 175, 0-2. B Division Jess Wambeke - 84, 2-2; Isaac Baird - 84, 2-2; Trevor Jewell - 91, 2-2; Colby Doughty - 91, 1-2; JamesAagard- 110, 1-2. The Grizz will travel to Worland Saturday for the Worland Invitational with wrestling starting at 9:30 a.m. BY SAM SMITH second 14-11 to lead 35-29 at Cole Wambeke and intermission. Dylan Williams led the After both teams scored Rocky Mountain Grizz with 16 points each in the third, 16 points each in a 71-56 win Rocky outscored Wyoming over the Wyoming Indian Indian 20-11 in the fourth to Chiefs Saturday in Cowley. seal the victory. The Grizz led the Chiefs Travis Banks added 13 24-15 after one quarter of points and Cordell McFar- play and were edged in the lane scored 11, Ben Estes 10, Tristan Jewell 3 and Ryker 15 points for the Grizz and Everett2. Wambeke added 14, Wil- On Friday, Rocky de- liams 8, Estes 6, Jewell and feated the Big Horn RamsBanks 5 each, and Everett 4 58-39 in Big Horn. and Lathan May 1. The Grizz outscored the The Grizz will face the Rams 35-19 in the first half Riverside Rebels Friday in and 23-20 in the second to Basin for a 4 p.m. tip-off. On win by 19. Saturday, Rocky will host McFarlane poured in the Greybull Buffs at i p.m. +