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10 I The Lovell Chronicle I April 12, 2012 Edwards named top coach again For the second consecu- tive season Chris Edwards has been named the Class 2A Coach of the Year for girls basketball by the Wyo- ming Coaches Association Edwards guided the Lovell Lady Bulldogs to their second straight 2A state title this season with a 25-1 record, assisted by Dave Scheffler and Bruce Morrison. Last season the Lady Bulldogs recorded a 24-3 record, giving Ed- wards and the Lady Bull- dogs a two-year record of 49-4 Edwards is in his sev- enth year of coaching at LHS. He served as the boys freshman coach for two years - 2005-06 and 2006- 07 - then coached the boys junior varsity for three years before being named the head girls basketball coach in 2010. DAVID PECK Mykelle Nichols (left) receives the baton from teammate Madison Harper during the Lovell Middle School Invitational on March 31. The Mustangs will compete in Thermopolis this Saturday. LMS thinclads continue BY SAM SMITH The Lovell Middle School track and field team competed in the Easter Bunny Classic Thursday in Greybull. With 31 per- sonal bests and 16 first-place finishes, the Mustangs are finding success in the early meets of the season. The Mustangs will return to competi- tion Saturday at the Thermopolis Invita- tional in Thermop. Action is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. Next up is the Rocky Mtn Invitational on Friday, April 20. Here are the results from the Easter Bunny Classic for LMS athletes: Eighth-grade Girls Mykelle Nichols - 100m dash 1 st, 13.73", 400m dash 1 =, 1:06.34; Caitlyn Lundberg- 100m dash 3% 14.19, long jump 3% 14-2, triple jump 5 h, 28-2, 400m dash 5 t", 1:16.34; Madison Harper - 100m dash 7 th, 14.76, long jump 8 t", 11-4, 400m dash 8 ", 1:23.24; Jac- lyn Caldwell - 800m I st, 2:59.53, long jump 9 th, 11-2, triple jump 8 t", 25-8, 400m dash 2 nd, 1:12.59"; Charri McArthur - 800m 2 "d, 3:01.31, triple jump 6 th, 26-11 *, shot put 7'", 20-2; Savanna Savage - 800m 5 t", 3:14.15, long jump 7% 12-7, 400m dash T", 1:20.17; Sara Clark- 800m 6 th, 3:17.40, 400m dash 11 th, 1:25.38. Seventh-grade Girls Emily Snell- 100m dash 3rd, 14.34, long jump 1 =, 13-11", 400m dash 3% 1:15.30; Trysa Flood - 100m dash 4 ", 14.82", long jump 4 t", 12-4", triple jump 4% 23-1; Kendra Price - 100m dash 5 t", 14.86", long jump 8 th, 10-9; Mya Meier - 100m dash 9 th, 15.27, long jump 7 th, 11-7, Eliza Beck - 100m dash, 17.94, !ong ju'rnp, 7-6; Keylmynie Kojakadian - 100m dash, 18.42, shot'put 3 rd, 19-8, discus 2 "d, 50-2; Jazmyn See- 800m 1=, 2:57.79, long jump early-season success 3 rd, 12-6, 400m dash 4 t", 1:16.12; Kaitlyn Mickelson - 800m 5 t", 3:22.06*, 400m dash 5 t", 1:20.26; Ana Nicholson - shot put 7 th, 16-6, discus 5 th, 42-8. Sixth-grade Girls Madison Bryson - 100m dash 2 nd, 15.39", long jump 4 th, 10- 0, 400m dash 2 d, 1:22.42; Mandi Baxendale - 100rn dash 8", 16.32", long jump 6 'h, 9-9, triple jump 3% 21-4, 400m dash 1 =t, 1:21.40; Kendal Rasmussen - 100m dash 9 t", 16.46", long jump 8 th, 9-2, 400m dash 7 'h, 1:32.44; Mikkell Mclntosh - 100m dash 10 th, 16.69, 400m dash, U h, 1:28.24; Jessica Caldwell - 800m 2 "d, 3:37.74", 400m dash U h, 1:31.21; Hannah Sawaya -800m 3 ", 4:21.03, 400m dash 8 th, 1:49.12; Kelsie Mollett - long jump 10 th, 8-5; Ana Cerda - shot put 4 th, 14-5, discus 3% 45-10". Eighth-grade Boys Aspen Flood - 100m dash 6 th, 13.25", long jump 7% 14-9"; Shawn Mollett - 100m dash 8 th, 13.64", long jump, 11-7, 400m dash 8 th, 1:10.14; Konner Davis - 800rn 8 th, 3:23.13", shot put 10 th, 24-8", discus 9 h, 57-6, 400m dash, 1:22.20; Nic Haskell - shot put 7 th, 31-1, discus 1 st, 93-7, 400m dash, 10 th, 1:10.50. Seventh-grade Boys Tyler Teter - 100m dash 1% 12.92", long jump 1 st, 16-0", shot put 3 fd, 30-6, discus 2 n, 98-9; Kaleb Mayes -800m I =, 2:32.46", long jump 6% 12-6, 400m dash 2'% 1:05.47"; Brandon Teter- triple jump 1 s', 35-4", shot put 1 =, 36-6, discus 1 't, 127-2", 400m dash 1 =, 1:03.87; Jaret Collins - shot put 6 'h, 25-6, discus 4 th, 90-11"; Lane Hoover- shot put 7% 24-0, discus 10 *h, 53-8. Sixth-grade Boys Antonio Garza - 100m dash 4 'h, 14.98", shot put 5% 20-6, 400m dash I st, 1:12.95; Logan Hitz - 100m dash 9 th, 16.16, long jump 5 th, 11-9, 400m dash 9 th, 1:30.49; Anthony Ballard - 100m dash 12 th, 19.66, long jump 13 th, 8-0, shot put 8 t", 15-1; Brent Snyder -800m 1 =, 2:57.86*, long jump 4 'h, 11-10,400m dash 3 rd, 1:13.64; Dalton Nixon -800m 3 rd, 3:12,82", 400m dash 8 th, 1:26.18"; Kyle . Wolvington -long jump 7 th, 11-2", 400m dash 6 th, 1:19.33; Frank Minchow - long jump 12t% 9-2*, shot put 6 th, 19-2", discus 5 th, 42- 4; Porter Nichols -4 th, 45-7, 400m dash 7 th, 1:21.33. *- Personal record this year Bulldogs his new event. "I think they (coaches) could see that he has long arms. That plays into it, and he's committed to weight training, too." Rohrer placed eighth in the shot put with a throw of 40-2, tying his personal re- cord. Senior Collin McArthur ran the 800 meters for the first time this season and nearly broke the school re- cord set by Deven Beck in 2006, winning the race with a time of 2:00.68. "He's about 7/10ths of a second off the record," Sanders said. "He was re- ally ready to go His first 200 meters were really fast. He was even trying to hold himself back." Colin May ran for the first time this season af- ter injuring his knee long- jumping in the first meet of the season at Cody, and the senior placed third in the 3,200 meters with a time of 10:57.45. Freshman AJ Dickson placed fourth with a personal-record time of 11:09.07. "I thought Colin ran a good race," Sanders said. "I think he felt good about it." Michael Steiner paced seventh in the 1,600 me- ters with a four-lap time of 5:51.65, a personal record. Mark Grant ran the sixth best time in the pre- liminaries of the 200-meter dash with a time of 24.60, a personal record, but did not run in the finals in order to continued from page 9 be ready for the 1,600-me- ter relay. In the hurdles, Mark Grant won the 300-meter intermediate hurdles with a personal-record time of 44.30, and senior McKayan May was a strong third with a personal-record mark of 45.64. Dino Collins ran the 300s for the first time this season and placed sixth at 46.80, and Adam Beck was eighth with a personal-re- cord time of 47.35, Nathan Ballard ninth at 48.29. "I hope Mark and McK- ayan can continue to cut time," Sanders said. "The rest of the state (in the east) is faster, so we have some work to do." Nathan Ballard placed fifth in the ll0-meter high hurdles with a time of 18.29 after running a person- al-record time of 18.13 in the preliminaries. Nathan Grant placed seventh at 18.96 after running the pre- lims in 18.51. "If Nathan (Ballard) could get into the 17s, that would be great," Sanders said. "I think he'll be fo- cusing on that a little more than on the hurdles." The 1,600-meter relay team of Mark Grant, Cody Savage, Calin McArthur and Collin McArthur placed first with a time of 3:44.86, close to the pre-qualification time, and the 3,200-meter relay squad of Austin Ellis, Hyrum Hopkin, Jacob Beck and Adam Beck placed sec- ond at 9:27.77. Jumpers scored a lot of points for the Bulldogs. Cody Savage won the tri- ple jump with a leap of 40- 8, and Morgan Baxendale was right behind him (sec- ond) at 40-5 to pre-qualify for State, followed by Dino Collins in fourth at 38-10, Austin Ellis fifth at 36-73A and Calin McArthur eighth at 35-10 Savage placed fifth in the long jump, hitting 17- l13A for the second straight week. Calin McArthur was sixth at 17-1034, McKayan May seventh at 17-10. Morgan Baxendale placed third in the high jump, clearing 5-10, and Kade Englert tied for sev- enth at 5-6. Other Lovell boys re- sults included: 100m dash - Nathan Grant 12.90, Michael Brightly 13.18; 400m dash - Brightly 11 t", 58.37 (PR), Hyrum Hopkin 12 t", 58.50 (PR), Zeke Collins 15 th, 1:03.47; 800m - Jacob Beck 12 th, 2:30.52; 110m hurdles - Derek Phelps 13% 21.52 (PR); 300m hurdles - Phelps 15", 55.23 (PR); triple jump - Nathan Ballard 11 h, 35-4, Dylan Hultgren 12 ", 35-0, Ryan Clark 15 t", 34- 10, Phelps 30-9; high jump - McKayan May 11% 5-4 (PR), Austin Ellis 13 ", 5-2, Seth Kite 1U ", 5-0; shot put -Alex Con- nour 14'% 32-4 (PR), Jacob Price 17 t", 31-5, Tyler Tillett 20 th, 30-8, Daniel Strom 22 'd, 30-2, Payton Hetland 22-10 (PR); discus- AJ Montanez 14 th, 104-1, Ryan Clark 21% 94-1, Tillett 80-8, Price 76-3 (PR), Hetland 62-11 (PR). POWELL SATURDAY The meet this week is a big one - the L A. Kohnke Invitational in Powell. Ac- tion begi/ls at 10 a.m. Sat- urday. in your hands. 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