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www. LovellChronicle.com May 6, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle Joe Parker of Cowley and bull Powder River hit the dirt together after the bull goes down while coming out of the shoot at the Cowley Spring Rodeo Saturday. Parker was given a re-ride after this first attempt. BRAD DBVE~UX P~mS Danna Willis of Deaver rides her way to a victory in the ladies barrel racing contest with a time of 18.160 seconds at the Cowley Spring Rodeo Saturday. The clouds parted af- ter a few days of cold and wet weather for the Cowley Spring Rodeo, held Satur- day at the rodeo grounds in Cowley. Many competitors from Wyoming and nearby states showed up to com- pete in about a dozen dif- ferent events from mutton bustin' to bull riding and everything between. Thomas Nerlin was the only rider to cover in saddle bronc riding with a score of 65 for first place. Danna Willis of:Deav er was the quickest rider around the barrels to take the champi- onship in ladies barrel rac- ing with a time of 18.160. Casey Jones and Clayton Miller topped a large field of teams in team roping with Mu in Billing BY DAVID PECK The Lovell Mustangs will open the 2010 Ameri- can Legion Baseball season this Saturday when they battle the Billings Halos at the Halos' park on Shiloh Road west of Billings. The first pitch is sched- uled for 10 a.m. Ray Peterson is man- aging the club this season, assisted by former Pow- ell manager Jeff Young, Braden Hitz and Jordan Hitz. "Jeffis doing a go0djob," Peterson said. "He's been there every night working with our batting, defense and pitching. He helped with the batting station during our Little League clinic Saturday." The Mustangs lost per- haps their top hitter from A Free Family Skate and Relay For Life birthday kickoff party is planned for Friday, May 14, to celebrate the 2010 American Cancer Society Big Horn County Relay For Life. The public event will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Herb Asp Community Center in Greybull. The kick-off will allow everyone in attendance to learn more about the Big Horn County Relay For Life and how they can get in- volved, according to Denise Harrison. Attendees will en- joy free ice cream and birth- day cake to celebrate more birthdays and are invited to stay for a free family skate night. The American Cancer Society is the official spon- sor of birthdays, according to Cindy McGinnis of Big the fastest time, 6.19. COMPLETE RESULTS ARE FOLLOWS: Bareback - Dustin Lara, 71, lst; Jake Griffis, 67, 2nd. Calf roping - Dillon Parker, 10.64, lst; Casey Good, 12.42, 2nd; Jake Foulger, 17.53, 3rd; Colton Sargent, 23.61. No time -- Clayton Miller, Justin Viles, Gone Good, KC Jones, Ryan Siemsen. Scratch -- Pablo Good. Saddle bronc - Thomas Nerlin, 65, 1st. No ride -- Shane Coch, Dustin Lara, Jake Griffis, Mason Rocka- fellow, Jesse Cornett. Ladies barrels - Dan- na Willis, 18.160, lst; Kori Cross, 18.970, 2nd; Winda Hampton, 19.138, 3rd; Va- lee Cooley, 19.151, 4th; Tra- cy Harrison, 19.910; Cal- lie Nelson, 20.291; Kaycee Neius, 20.338; Katie Kipp, 20.361; Pam Vanek, 21.650; Kallie Kent, 31.797. No time -- Lacee Good, Kylie Gimmerson. Youth barrels - Tay- lor Wereblow, 20.087, lst; Dasha Kelso, 20.726, 2nd; Tyler Steed, 21.608, 3rd; Logan Nunn, 23.940, 4th; Payton Sorenson, 23.993; Bailey Mullholland, 25.650,; Masey Tippetts, 25.667; Ky Sorenson 26.387; Lar- issa Tippetts, 28.908; Tori Steed, 29.858; Cassie Col- vin, 30.205; Logan Gere- hardt, 44.454; Chase Lapp, 97.864. No time - Bailey Hill. Scratch - Elizabeth Barnes. open ,season Saturday a year ago in Steven Durt- sche, but they return a host of veterans with plenty of experience including Erik Brimhall, Scott Everheart, Jordan Mickelson, Casey Pickett, Kade Baxendale, Bryce Dickerson, Casey Clawson, Shane Dickerson and Cris Davila. Younger players with experience in- clude Steven Pickett and Kyle Peterson. Andrew Young has come over from Powell with his father, Jeff. "We should be a strong team," Peterson said. "Next year it might be a strug- gle, but this year, if ever there was a year the Mus- tangs will do well, this will be the year if we keep our heads, play the game and improve. "All of the (post-season) tournaments are close by (district in Cody, state in Sheridan and regional in Bozeman), and we're look- ing to have a strong show- ing. We want to take this conference and do well at district and state." The Mustangs have been practicing for two weeks and are working ev- ery night at 6 p.m. BABE RUTH Bill Pickett and Brian Ballard are coaching the North Big Horn Babe Ruth team, starting practice this week, working each night at 5 p.m. "They had 13 players out Monday," Peterson said. "They should do well." North Big Horn will play teams in the area in- cluding Cody, Powell, Wor- land/Basin, Burlington and Greybull, Peterson said. Horn County Relay For Life. She said the society is sav- ing lives and creating more birthdays every day by help- ing people get well, stay well, and fmding cures and fighting back. The kick-off will be a fun way for individuals to learn how they can volun- teer to serve on the event's planning committee, regis- ter as a corporate sponsor, join or form a team or par- ticipate as a cancer survivor or caregiver. The 2010 Big Horn County Relay is set for July 30-31 at the Lovell High School track. McGinnis said infor- mation will be available for area businesses and organi- zations thinking about sign- ing on as corporate sponsors. She said the money donated by corporate sponsors is used to offset the expenses for an event of this magnitude. "Through the generosi- ty of our corporate sponsors, we're able to direct valuable dollars raised by our teams to the fight against cancer," McGinnis said. Teams may register at the kick-off event and new teams can learn more about Relay For Life. Teams are traditionally comprised of friends, family members, co-workers, students, social and civic organizations and active seniors. For more about Big Horn County Relay For Life kick- off and birthday party, or to learn more about the July event, contact Jen Prentiss at 765-4592 or Shelly Lohof at 548-6492 or visit the web- site at www.bighorncounty- wyrelay.org. Bull riding - Jake Greenwood, 71, lst; Ty- ler Owens, 68, 2nd; Curtis Kimble, 66, 3rd. No ride - Matt Wisnit, Eric Fleming, Jessie Cornett, Austin Cur- tis, Joe Parker, GW Hicks, Mason Rockafellow, Dane Cunningham, Lane Fried- ley. Ladies breakaway - Pare Vanek, 13.39, 1st. No time - Kayleen Chaf- fee, Callie Nelson, Kaycee Neius, Haily Hamlin, Valee Cooley. Youth breakaway - No time -- Tyler Steed, Logan Nunn. Pee Wee barrels - Mat- thew Wereblow, 28.92, lst; Josie Steed, 34.51, 2nd; Abby Hamilton, 1.04.83, 3rd; Ryan Nunn, 1.10.58; Jayce Sorenson, 1.59.65. No time - Dusty Willis. Team roping - Casey Jones and Clayton Miller, 6.19, lst; Heath Shucard and Tad Rhoades, 6.42, 2nd; Jason Lapp and Jeff Gernhardt, 7.02, 3rd; Ken- ny Stambaugh and Clark Hufty, 7.23, 4th; Clayton Miller and Casey Jones, 8.31, 5th; Scott Collingwood and Shawn Billy, 8.40, 6th; Casey Good and Kade Mey- ers, 8.49; Travis Winters and Eric Fleming, 8.55; Dan Vanek and Eric Flem- ing, 21.94. No time -- Travis Winters and Tad Rhoades, Dillon Parker and Justin Viles, Jake Foulger and Pare Vanek, Gary Kurtz and Richard Hodson, Jeff Gerhardt and Shane Hamp- ton, Dan Vanek and Jason Fales, Jason Lapp and CJ Bassett, Dillon Parker and Russ Parker, Ryan Siems- en and Justin Viles, Pablo Good and Keaton Pollan, Todd Nunn and Doug Har- rison, JT Collingwood and Shawn Billy, Jason Carl- son and Kyle Allhouse, Ja- sen Richmond and Clark Huffy, John Carlson and Casey Good, Scott Coiling- wood and JT Collingwood. Scratch - Bob Herman and Jordan Herman, Todd Nunn and Tom Nunn, Ryan Siem- sen and Ross Carson, Brett Richmond and Keaton Pol- lan, Leslie Robertson and Kyle Allhouse, Gene Nunn and Casey Nelson, Bill O1- sen and Jake Olsen, Todd Nunn and Gene Nunn. The North Big Horn USA Wrestlers hosted a tournament on Saturday, April 24, at the Lovell High School gymnasium. More than 130 USA wrestlers from north Big Horn County, Powell, Cody, Greybull, Thermopolis, Worland and Ten Sleep com- peted in the event. Qualifying members of the NBH team will travel to State this weekend in Casper. Qualifying wrestlers include Cardon Mick- elson, Alex Nicholson, Duncan Bond, Kaleb Snyder, Jaret Collins, Dalten Bond, Joey Mickelson, Tristan Johnson, Dakota Bond and Zeke Collins. Traveling with the team will be pairer Connie Rodriguez and official Skye Mickelson. Coaches this season are James Habeck, Jackson Bassett, Alan Sny- der, Joe Bond, Brad Trowel and Toby Col- lins. USA Wrestling is a volunteer program in which coaches and other helpers volun- teer their personal time. Results for the NBH team at the April 24 meet are as follows: 6 AND UNDER 40A - McKie Baker, 1st; Kelden Boettcher, 2nd; Tim Hamer, 3rd. 40B - William Spann, 4th. 45 - Aden Nicholson, 6th, 50 - Kysar Jolley, 1st, Conner Dug- ger, 4th, 55 - Zane Collins, 2nd, 75 - Quinn Lindsay, 1st. 7-8 50 - Cardon Mickelson, 2nd, 60 - Bish- op Trainor, 5th. 9-10 55 - Alex Nicholson, 2nd, Freedom Walker, 4th, 60 - Kaleb Snyder, 2nd, 65 - Ross Padilla, 3rd, 70 -AnaMia Padilla, 3rd, 75 - Coy Trainor, 2nd, 80 - Calvin Mickel- son, 6th, 103 - Kane Padilla, 1st. Aiden Henson goes for a grapple against a competitor at the North Big Horn USA Wrestling Meet, held Saturday, April 24, in Lovell. 11-12 85 - Tristan Johnson, 1st, 95 - Joey Mickelson, 1st, 100-- Frank Minchow, 2nd, 140- Jaret Collins, 1st. II W L Results Orioles 1 0 Monday, May 3 Cubs 1 0 Yankees 16, Marlins 6 Yankees 1 0 Cubs 13, Phillies 12 Rockies 0 0 Orioles 13, Byron A's 3 Phillies 0 1 Schedule A's 0 1 Wednesday, May 5 Marlins 0 1 A's vs. Marlins, East Yankees vs. Phillies, West Cubs at Rockies Friday, May 7 Orioles vs. Cubs, East A's vsl Yankees, West Marlins at Rockies Tuesday, May 11 Yankees vs. Orioles, East Cubs vs. Marlins, West Phillies at Rockies Games at 5:15 p.m. t ! ! "I