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10 I The Lovell Chronicle ]April 1, 2010 www. LovellChronicle.com Young Grizz compete in JV division at Cody BY DAVID PECK A young Rocky Moun- tain High School track and field squad took advantage of the chance to compete in a junior varsity division at the Yellowstone Sports Medicine Invitational in Cody Saturday by enter- ing most of their athletes in the JV division, coach Dave Beemer said this week. Only two Rocky Moun- tain athletes were entered in the individual varsity division: senior Jeff Sand- ers in the discus and junior Leslie Blackburn in the high jump. Rocky also ran a girls 3,200 relay team. The rest of the team competed in the JV division. "We didn't put 'em in a lot of things last week," Beemer said. "We'll be in a lot more events at Wind River (April 9). We'll bump it up a bunch." Sanders, the only senior on the team, placed seventh in the discus with a throw of ]16-8, an "OK" throw, Beemer said, but below his distances from late last sea- son. Sanders threw a per- sonal-record 123-6 at the state track meet. Beemer said Sanders was planning to work with Chad Lindsay this week. Sanders' throw scored the only two points for the Rocky Mountain boys in the varsity division, but the Grizzlies scored 41.5 points in the JV division to place seventh out of 11 teams. Beemer said Derik Romero ran well in the JV 100-meter dash, placing second with a time of 12.63. Beemer said the sophomore will continue to improve and he would like to see him running in the "low 12s" as the season unfolds. Sophomore Austin Bro- st finished 14th in the 100 meters at 13.24, fresh- man Dalton Banks 17th at 13.49 and sophomore Ethan Strom 18th at 13.56 in the 35-man field. Strom also ran the 200-meter dash and placed sixth with a time of 26.93. Three other fresh- men competed in JV mid- dle and long distance rac- es. Brady Winland tied for third in the 400-meter dash with a time of 59.06, and Bryce Ward was sixth at 1:00.27. Michael Bern- hisel was strong in the dis- tance events, placing sec- ond in the 3,200 meters with a time of 11:46.78 and fourth in the 1,600 meters at 5:29.46. Tho boys JV 1,600-me- ter relay team of Winland, Ward, Brost and Strom placed second with a time of 4:10.63. In field events, Beem- er said Winland surprised him with a strong jump in the long jump, going 16-11 to place eighth in the JV di- vision. "Brady surprised me for never having jumped much. He almost jumped 17 feet," Beemer said. "I'd like to see him jump around 18 feet." Romero was 13th in the long jump at 15-11. In the throwing events, Travis Hatch threw the shot 26-3 and the discus 75-4, and Jake Bose threw the shot 21-0 and the dis- cus 62-4. Beemer said that soph- omore Caleb Estes and freshman Jake Jones will compete with the squad at the Wind River meet. GIRLS RESULTS Junior Leslie Black- burn was the only individ- ual varsity participant for the Lady Grizzlies, and she finished ninth in the high jump at 4-6. Beemer said. "Her steps were off," Beemer said. "She jumped 4-9 during practice in Lovell." The Rocky varsity did pick up 5 points in the 3,200-meter relay as the quartet of Blackburn, Cait- lyn Sorenson, Brianna Hocker and Lauren Peter- son placed fourth with a time of 11:44.09. Beemer said freshman Rachael All: red might run on the two- mile relay team. In the junior varsity division, the Lady Grizz picked up 31.5 points to place seventh. Freshman Kallee Jo Hernandez won the JV tri- ple jump with a jump of 31-8 and actually hit a jump of around 33 feet but fell backwards after land- ing. Melissa Iverson placed fourth at 28-5. Karli Leonhardt placed second in the JV shot put with a toss of 26-5 , and Ashley Bridges tied for sixth in the JV discus with a throw of 63-3. Bridges also finished 13th in the shot at 20-11. Hannah Parker was 18th in the dis- cus at 46-3. The Rocky JV 400-me- ter relay team finished third (out of three teams) with a time of 59.07, but Beemer said the race was a "disaster" with one run- ning having to come to a complete stop to take the handoff after starting her run too early. He said the team had only had a chance to practice their handoffs once prior to the race. Team members were Peterson, Kim Beard, Iver- son and Hernandez. Other JV running events included: 100-meter dash - Iver- son 16th at 15.66, Beard 16.46, Kellie Schmidt 16.97; 200-meter dash - Leonhardt 12th at 33.40 and Beard 17th at 35.61. The Grizzlies are off for the Easter break and will return to action next Fri- day, April 9, at the Wind River Invitational in Pavil- lion. .: ....... :: : : DAVID PECK Rocky Mountain senior Jeff Sanders spins to unleash the discus during competition at the Yellowstone Sports Medicine Invitational in Cody Saturday. Sanders placed seventh in the event. Water meetings in Lovell April BY BRAD DEVEREAUX that members of the public Anyone with questions, concerns or an interest in the management of the Big Horn River System is invit- ed to attend two meetings at the Lovell Community Center Thursday, April 8. The Big Horn River System Issues Group will meet from 9 a.m. to noon, followed by the Big Horn Basin Interagency Coordi- nation Meeting from 1 to 4 p.m. Lunch will be provided by the Friends of Big Horn Lake from noon to 1 p.m. FOBHL member Bob Croft said the first meeting (9 a.m. to noon) is the one are encouraged to attend, though they are also invit- ed to attend the afternoon meeting. The Big Horn River Sys- tem meeting will include reports from the Bureau of Reclamation regarding implementation of modi- fied criteria and rule curve projections, an assessment report, special studies up- date, reallocation of flood pool study, sediment survey and Big Horn River side channels study. There will be time for questions and answers and a discussion about the past and future of the group and the next steps to take. Croft said the two most interesting studies for Lovell-area residents will probably be the sediment survey and the reallocation of flood pool study. The Big Horn Basin Interagency Coordination meeting, from 1 to 4 p.m., will include information on the 2010 water supply outlook, reservoir opera- tions, operations at Boysen and Buffalo Bill reservoirs, Yellowtail operations, the Crow Water Right Com- pact, proposed fishing der- bies on Big Horn Lake, fish studies and 15atioff es- timates including a sauger and walleye update for Big Horn Lake, fishing regu- lations, Big Horn Canyon fees, lake level, BHCNRA park activities, aquatic in- vasive species program up- dates, and more. Reporting agencies will include the Bureau of. 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