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14 I The Lovell Chronicle I February 22, 2018 Mustang seventh-grad B squad wins consolation titl BY SAM SMITH 8 apiece, Weston Crumrine The Lovell Mustangs and Garrett Lillard 4 each, boys basketball squads did Bischoff 3, Adnan Khan and some last minute fine-tun- Allen 2 apiece and Collins 1. ing over the weekend by Lovell then defeat- facing Worland Thursday ed Lander 28-17 to win the and competing in their re- consolation championship. spective B team tourna- No stats were available. ments Saturday. EIGHTH GRADE The seventh-grade A The Mustang eighth- squad fell to Worland 33-13 grade A squad fell to Wor- Thursday in Worland. Mey- land 51-38 at the Lovell Mid- and Quin Carpenter and Cornia added 6 apiece, Ozz McArthur and Tyler Oliver 4 each. With the win, Lovell ad- vanced to the consolation championship game and fell to Lander 32-21. Cameron Carpenter scored 8 points, and Quinn Carpenter added 5, McArthur 4 and Keele and Cornia 2 apiece. jfol McArthur scored 6 points die School Gym ThurSday. "I was very pleased with r the Mustangs, and Car- Dallen Mangus led Lovell my boys in the tournament, ter Lundberg added 3, TJ with 14 points and Zach coach Jen McArthur said. Scheeler and Ben Nichols 2 apiece. The B team fell to the Braves 31-19. Parker Ander- son led with 7 points, and Zane Collins and Jared Man- gus added 4 each, Jacob Bi- schoff and Riley Johnson 2 apiece. Saturday, the B team began tournament play in Lovell by falling to Wor- land 27-25. Collins led with 10 points, and Jordan Al- len added 5, Anderson and Johnson 4 apiece and Man- gus 2. With the loss, the Mus- tangs fell into the conso- lation bracket and defeat- ed Riverton 42-17. Mangus scored 10 points, and An- derson and Johnson added Hunder added 6, Amos "Some of the boys stepped Monterde 5, Quinn Lindsay up and played in positions and Seth Harvey 4 apiece, they have never played be- Nati Woodford 3 and Carlos fore. Some have never Garcia 2. brought the ball down as a The B squad fell to point guard, but they did it the Braves 36-35. Harvey with their confidence. They poured in 15 points, and outdid my expectations no Garcia added 10, Cameron matter wlaat the score was. Carpenter and Sam Cornia 4 apiece and Ozz McArthur 2. Saturday, the B team began tournament play in Thermopolis by falling to Riverton 45-11. Sam Cornia scored 6 points, and Camer- on Carpenter added 3, Ma- son Keele 2. With the loss, the Mus- tangs fell into the consola- tion bracket and defeated Powell 35-34. Cameron Car- penter poured in 15 points, They kept playing their hearts out. Their integri- ty in the Powell game was wonderful to see. I was very proud." Saturday, the seventh- and eighth-grade A squads will compete in their re- spective Yellowstone Con- ference Tournaments. The seventh-grade tournament will be held in Cody while the eighth-grade tourna- ment is held in Powell. ~:!!i;!~!!~!i~!~:~ !~;;; ;: % :: i SAM SMITH Lovell sixth-grader Jacob Bischoff drives past a defender in the Mustangs' 42-17 wln over Rivcrton during the Yellowstone Conference "B" tournament Saturday at the Lovell Middle School Gym. Build g JVs sweep Riversid BY SAM SMITH The Lovell Bulldogs ju- nior varsity basketball squads concluded the sea- son by sweeping Shoshoni Friday on the road and Riv- dle School gym. Snyder led with 13 points, and Pickett added 11 points, .Harris and Vasquez 10 apiece, Mayes 9, Steenbakkers and Nichols 4 apiece, Hessenthaler 3 and season ed 6 apiece, Tylee Bassett, Ashley Peterson and Chas- nee Zeller 4 each and Mer- isa Collins, Makayla Jones, Adessa Lundberg, Mey- ja McArthur and Lauren Burlington in BY SAM SMITH The Rocky Mountain Grizzlies freshman basket- ball squads concluded the season Thursday with a pair of road contests against the Burlington Huskies. season finale sports. They are an even bet- ter bunch of boys than they are players. Our boys went 12-2, going undefeated in the conference. I am thank- ful for the opportunity that our community has allowed me to work with them. I look erside Saturday at home.Hunder and Savage 2 each. Mitchell 2 each. The Rocky boys defeat- The Bulldog boys de- The Bulldog boys fin- Saturday, Lovell defeat-ed the Huskies 43-35. Trace forward to seeing them con- feated the Shoshoni Wran- ished the season 10-8 ed Riverside 45-21 at John- Moss poured in 17 points for tinue to progress and grow glers 45-22 in Shosho- and were coached by Dan nyWinterholler Gym. Lund- the Grizz, and Tyler Banks throughout the years as they ni. Jordan Vasquez and Wolvington berg poured in 13 points, added 12, Zach Simmons 7, dedicate themselves to this Ethan Hessenthaler scored It went all right, Wolv- and Zeller added 6, Witker- Zane Horrocks 5 and Cason great game of basketball." 7 points apiece for Lovell, and Hunter Harris added 6, Zeke Newman and Mat Sav- age 5 apiece, Aden Mayes 4, Thomas Hinckley, Tyler Nichols, CJ Pickett, Kaleb Snyder and Hunter Steen- bakkers 2 each and Dominic Hunder 1. Saturday, Lovell pound- ed the Riverside Rebels 68-25 at the Lovell Mid- ington said. "The kids played hard. We had a lot of learn- ing experiences this year. Hopefully, the kids will work hard in the off-season:' GIRLS ACTION The Lady Bulldogs de- feated Shoshoni 42-20 Fri- day in Shoshoni. Andrea Monterde scored 8 points for Lovell, and Elena Garcia and Brynn Wilkerson add- son 5, Bassett, Mitchell and James 2. Horrocks grabbed GIRLS ACTION Monterde 4 each, Garcia 3 11 rebounds to lead the The Lady Grizzdefeated and Collins, Peterson and team and James snared nine Burlington 41-21. Olivia Frost TerkTryon 2 each. boards, led Rocky with 12 points, The Lady Bulldogs fin- The Grizzly frosh fin- and Taylor Despain added ished the season 10-9 and ished the season 12~2! and 11, Taylin Boettcher 5, Elsie were coached by Stormy " were coaChed by~:)uStin WassmerandHaileyDavison Jameson. Moss. 4 apiece, Maddie Collins and "I was happy with our "It was an enjoyable sea- Alexis Minemyer 2 each and overall effort;' Jameson said. son;' Moss said. "I've worked Bailee Loftus 1. "This was a great group of with these boys for years The Lady Grizzlies were girls and I really enjoyed it.' in a variety of settings and coached by Ryan Boettcher. HS TEAM Basketball Standings BOYS 2A NORTHWEST CONE OVERALL W L W L Lovell 6 2 12 7 Shoshoni 2 6 3 19 RESULTS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16 Greybull 72, Riverside 32 Lovel169, Shoshoni 36 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Rocky 66, Shoshoni 11 Lovell 76, Riverside 32 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Regional play-in game Shoshoni 63, Riverside 46 SCHEDULE 2A WEST REGIONAL TOURNAMENT, RIVERTON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 Wind River vs. Shoshoni, 12:30 p.m RHS Wyo. Indian vs. Greybull, 12:30 p.m CWC Lovell vs. Big Piney, 4 p.m CWC Rocky vs. Kemmerer, 4 p.m RHS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 Loser-out games, 10 a.m 1 p.m, RHS Semi-final games, 4:30 and 7:30 p.m RHS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24 Loser-out games, 9:30 a.m. Third-place game, 1 p.m RHS Championship game, 4 p.m RHS Team GIRLS 2A NORTHWEST CONE OVERALL W L W L Rocky Mtn. 6 2 16 4 Shoshoni 2 6 9 13 RESULTS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16 Greybull 57, Riverside 42 Lovell 38, Shoshoni 29 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Rocky 36, Shoshoni 23 Lovell 31, Riverside 10 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Regional play-in game Shoshoni 57, Riverside 28 SCHEDULE 2AWEST REGIONAL TOURNAMENT, RIVEBTON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 Wyo. Indian vs. Shoshoni, 11 a.m RHS Big Piney vs. Lovell, 11 a.m CWC Rocky vs. Wind River, 2:30 p.m CWC Greybull vs. Kemmerer, 2:30 p.m RHS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 Loser-out games, 8:30 and 11:30 a.m RHS Semi-final games, 3 and 6 p.m RHS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24 Loser-out games, 8 a.m. Third-place game, 11:30 a.m RHS Championship game, 2:30 p.m RHS ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL SPIRIT OF THE Tonka Lytle Tonka has been a great freshman wrestler this year, and is all-conference at 126 Ibs. He has been an ambassador for the sport in the community, and one for Rocky Mountain while at tournaments. His skill, sportsmanship, and affability has shown what it means to be a Grizzly. Rylee Hayes Rylee has proven she is creative and considerate when it comes to RMHS cheer. She has a talent for producing fun posters and signs and her choreography was outstanding this year. ]hanks, Rylee! LOVELL HIGH SCHOOL OF THE WEEK Grace Edwards . Grace has put in a lot of time trying to support her teammates after she went down with her knee injury in December. Grace has also done a lot o1 work with the WHSAA sportsmanship council and FCCLA to promote a positive competitive atmosphere when teams come to Lovell to compete. She was selected to attend the National Sportsmanship Summit in Indianapolis this summer. N Jeremy Schneider Jeremy put together a great weekend averaging double figures in points and showing great court leadership and determination. Against Riverside on senior night he was able to make 10 steals to go along with his double digit points. He is very coachable and has developed into the type of player that a coach can rely on ~to do the right thing. Building Center United St~te~ Dept. of Interior RLM PUBLIC NOTICE The regulations at 43 CFR 3809.411(c) provide for public review and comment of Environmental Assessments prepared relative to proposed mining Plans of Operation on public lands. American Colloid Company (ACC) of Lovell, Wyoming has submitted a Plan of Operations to mine bentonite on 1,175.5 acres of land (reference Star-Pak-Weathersbee (WYW-182590) Plan of Operations). Of the 1,175.5 acres of proposed mining, 954.7 acres would be localed on BLM-managed federal land in T. 57 N R. 95 W Sections 14, 15, 22, 23, 24, 25, and 26; and T. 57 N R. 94 W Sections 19 and 30, 6th Principal Meridian, Big Horn County, Wyoming. Of the remaining 220.8 acres, 72.9 acres would be on ACC patented land in T. 57 N R. 95 W Sections 23, 26, and 35; 70.7 acres would be on Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) land in T. 57 N R. 94 W Section 31; and the remaining 77.2 acres would be on private land in T. 57 N R. 94 W Section 30. Notice is hereby given that the Environmental Assessment for this Plan of Operations, as well as the Plan of Operations, are available for review and comment at the Cody Field Office, Bureau of Land Management, 1002 Blackburn Street, Cody, Wyoming 82414. It will also be available online at https://go.usa.gov/xns5D. This office will accept written comments for thirty (30) days after the publication of this notice. Comments may be emailed to blm wy cody comments@ blm.gov; please include "ACC Star" in the subject line. Comments may also be mailed to AFM Minerals and Lands, BLM-Cody Field Office, 1002 Blackburn Street, Cody, Wyoming, 82414. Comments including the names and street addresses of respon- dents will be available for public review at the above address during regular business hours (7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m Monday through Friday, except federal holidays). Comments may also be published as part of the Decision Record. Individual respondents may request confidentiality. If you wish to withhold your name or street address from public review or from public disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act, you must state this prominently at the beginning of your comment. Such requests will be honored to the extent allowed by law. All submissions from organizations or businesses will be available for public inspection. For more information, please contact Lisa Marks, Geologist, at (307) 578-5900. Delissa L. Minnick Field Manager, Cody Publish: February 22, 2018 l --LO~o~ ~ CV~trolnicR. on "W~L VJLb! MVJM.kOVLkkC~rOY~icR COW~ Town of Lovell MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL TOWN COUNCIL MEETING HELD FEBRUARY 14, 2018 AT 6:00 P.M. AT LOVELL TOWN HALL. Present: Mayor Angel Montanez, Council Members: Tom New- man and Kevin Jones. Others present: Clerk/Treasurer Valerie Beal, David Peck. With a quorum present, Mayor Angel Montanez called the meet- ing to order and led in the Pledge of Allegiance. Council Members Carol Miller and Bruce Wolsey were excused. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Council reviewed the bid tabulations for the Shoshone Hill Side- walk Project and the recommendation from DOWL Engineering to award Midway Construction and Dirt Work, Inc. the bid in the amount of $256,650.41 contingent on Wyoming Department of Trans- portation (WYDOT) review and the Town of Lovell's ability to fund the budget shortfall. A letter of concurrence from WYDOT has been received. To complete all three schedules from the bid the Town must provide an additional $55,894.01. Council discussed the options of re-submitting another funding application through WYDOT or us- ing reserves to complete the project. Kevin Jones made a motion to approve the bid by Midway Construction and Dirt Work, Inc. in the amount of $256,650.41 and authorize the Mayor to sign the award documents. Second by Tom Newman. Those in favor: Tom Newman, Kevin Jones and Mayor Angel Montanez. Those opposed: None. Motion passed. GENERAL INFORMATION: Bills were presented for payment and review. Tom Newman made a motion to approve payment of the bills presented. Second by Kevin Jones. Those in favor: Tom Newman, Kevin Jones and Mayor Angel Montanez. Those opposed: None. Motion passed. Clel:k/Treasurer Valerie Beal presented the final invoice on the Water Tank Project from Wilson Brothers Construction in the amount of $135,320.59. The 41 day notice of acceptance and final payment of settlement advertisement has been made with the final settlement to be made on the 7th day of March, 2018. Tom Newman made a motion to approve final payment to Wilson Brothers Construction contingent on any claims made through the publication period. Second by Kevin Jones. Those in favor: Tom Newman, Kevin Jones and Mayor Angel Montanez. Those opposed: None. Motion passed. Kevin Jones made a motion to adjourn the Special Meeting at 6:16 p.m. Second byTom Newman. All in favor. Motion passed. APPROVED: Mayor Angel J. Montanez ATFEST: Clerk/Treasurer Valerie Bea Publish: February 22, 2018