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www.LovellChronicle.com May 13, 2010 ]The Lovell Chronicle I 11 Middle school track Kim Shumway wins four events at conference meet BY DAVID PECK The .ffsovell Middle School Mustangs wrapped up the 2010 season with some outstanding perfor- mances at the Big Horn Ba- sin Conference track meet Saturday in Worland. Eighth-grader Kim Shumway won four individ- ual events Saturday. She held off Anne Brinegar of Cody to win the 1,600 me- ters with a time of 5:27.42 and showed her versatil- ity by also winning the 200-meter dash with a time of 27.62 and the 400-meter dash at 1:00.15, dominating the field to win by nearly four seconds. She also won the long jump by more than a foot, leaping 14-7. Daniel Wambeke won the seventh-grade dis- cus competition by 10 feet, throwing 109-5, "and Kade Englert won the eighth- grade high jump, clearing 5-10 and winning by i0 inches. Drake Welch won the seventh-grade long jump, sailing 16-10, and Whit- ney Grant won the sev- enth-grade girls pole vault by clearing 7 feet. Chayli McArthur won the seventh- grade girls triple jump by jumping 31 feet, winning by a foot and a half. Two relay teams cap- tured first place Saturday. The Lovell eighth-grade boys 400-meter relay team ofKade Englert, Dillon Pick- ett, Chase Tippetts and Hy- rum Hopkin beat Cody by a full second with a time of 50.28, andthe seventh-grade boys 800-meter foursome of Drake Welch, Daniel Wam- beke, Mysen McArthur and Andrew Mayes beat Powell by nearly 3 seconds with a time of 1:56.37. Both eighth-grade squads excelled in Wor- land. The boys finished second behind Powell with 89 points to Powell's 199, while the girls placed third behind Cody and Powell with 58 points. Combined, the eighth-graders had the third most points behind Powell and Cody with 147 points. In the seventh-grade division, the Lovell boys placed fourth with 57 points and the girls fourth with 54 points for a combined total of 111 points, which was fifth overall. In the sixth- grade division, the Lovell boys placed fifth with 4 points and the Lovell girls fourth with 33, giving the team a combined total of 37 points. Here are the complete results for Lovell athletes at Saturday's conference meet: EIGHTH-GRADE GIRLS 75m hurdles - Mer- / / iiiiiiiiii! iiiiiiiiiii DAvm PECK Lovell eighth-grader Kade Englert clears the bar during the Lovell Invitational earlier this season. The Mustangs wrapped up their season at the conference track meet Saturday in Worland. cedes Haney fourth, 14.03 (14.50 prelims); 100m dash - Haney fifth, 14.8 (15.12 prelims), Ashlee McIn- tosh seventh, 15.0 (15.59 prelims), Mariah Harford ninth, 15.78; 200m dash- Kim Shumway first, 27.62, Ashlee McIntosh 10 th, 34.00, Stephanie Allred 13 th, 36.04; 200m hurdles - Allred eighth, 43.31; 400m dash - Shumway first, 1:00.15, Alannah Wardell eighth, 1:14.27; Allred 13 th, 1:20.43; 800m - Wardell seventh, 3:08.22; 1,600m - Shumway first, 5:27.42; 800m relay - Lovell (Shumway, McIn- tosh, Haney, Harford) sec- ond, 2:04.28; long jump- Shumway first, 14-7, Allred ninth, 11-1/2, Harford 10 , 10-9; triple jump - Wardell fourth, 25-8, McIntosh fifth, 25-4, Harford eighth, 24- 7; shot put - Katie Hoover eighth, 23-4, Paige Davis 14 th, 18-2; discus - Haney ninth, 60-5, Hoover 13 , 50- 3, Davis 15 th, 39-11. EIGHTH-GRADE BOYS 75m hurdles - Chase Tippetts second, 12.52 (12.78 prelims), Isaac Schroed- er fifth, 13.11 (13.20 pre- lims); 100m dash - Chase Tippetts fifth, 12.96 (12.83 prelims); 200m dash- Tip- petts third, 26.75, Dillon Pickett eighth, 28.21; 200m hurdles - Tippetts second, 29.61; 400m dash - Hy- rum Hopkin fifth, 1:01.40, Brandon Dickson seventh, 1:03.38; 800m - Hopkin sec- ond, 2:25.09, Dickson ninth, 2:39.34; 1,600m - Dickson second, 5:28.37; 400m re- lay- Lovell (Kade Englert, Pickett, Tippetts, Hopkin) first, 50.28; 800m relay- Lovell (Dickson, Brandon Wolvington, Pickett, Hop- kin) third, 1:54.64; long jump - Hopkin fifth, 16-3/4, Wolvington seventh, 15-6, Schroeder 12 , 14-3; triple jump -- Englert second, 36- 6, Wolvington sixth, 32-4; high jump - Englert first, 5-10, Wolvington third, 5-0; pole vault - Englert third, 8-6; shot put - Pickett sev- enth, 34-5, Tyler Tillett 11 , 30-4, Morgan May 15 th, 24-8sA; discus - Tillett 11 th, 82-10, May 15 , 75-4. SEVENTH-GRADE GIRLS 100m dash - Whitney Grant third, 14.31 (14.08 prelims), Ameesha Ander- son fourth, 14.42 (14.11 prelims), Lauren Hinckley eighth, 15.38 (15.02 pre- lims); 200m clash - Grant fourth, 29.06, Anderson sixth, 30.31, Hinckley 10 th, 31.31; 400m dash - Chayli McArthur fourth, 1:10.62; 800m - Mackenzie Jue 10 , 3:16.91; 1,600m - Jue sixth, 7:21.66; 800m relay - Lovell (Hinckley, McArthur, An- derson, Grant) second, 2:01.90; long jump - McAr- thur fourth, 13-6, Anderson fifth, 13-1, Hinckley sixth, 13-1; triple jump - Chayli McArthur first, 31-0, Hinck- ley sixth, 25-9, Anderson eighth, 25-2; pole vault- Grant first, 7-0. SEVENTH-GRADE BOYS 75m hurdles - Eston Croft 12 , 15.34, Jonathan Mickelson 13 , 16.06; 100m dash - Drake Welch third, 13.02 (12.72 perlims), An- drew Mayes 15.66, Croft 15.80; 200m dash- Welch third, 26.18, Daniel Wam- beke sixth, 29.96, Cole Mon- cur 14 th, 35.43; 200m hur- dles - Mysen McArthur fifth, 33.99; 400m dash- Jeff Jameson seventh, 1:08.09, Mayes ninth, 1:14.56; 800m - Jameson seventh, 2:42.12, Mayes 10 , 2:59.25; 1,600m - McArthur fourth, 6:04.97; 800m relay- Lovell (Welch, Wambeke, McAr- thur, Mayes) first, 1:56.37; long jump - Welch first, 16- 10, McArthur sixth, 14-3, Mickelson 14 , 10-0; triple jump- Welch second, 35- 1, McArthur sixth, 29-10, Mayes 12 , 23-4; high jump - Wambeke eighth, 4-5, Moncur 10 th, 4-3; shot put -Wambeke eighth, 29-11, McKay Baxendale 13 th, 22- 73; discus - Wambeke first, 109-5, Baxendale 15 th, 58-8. SIXTH-GRADE GIRLS 75m hurdles - Mykelle Nichols third, 15.18 (15.48 prelims); 100m dash - Cait- lyn Lundberg fifth, 14.72 (15.00 prelims), Emilee Bryson 10 , 15.44; 200m dash - Nichols third, 31.08, Lundberg ninth, 32.49, Am- ber Mayes 10 , 33.17; 400m dash - Mayes fifth, 1:14.75; 800m - Metya McArthur seventh, 3:20.02; 1,600m - Metya McArthur sixth, 7:25.59, Charri McArthur seventh, 7:32,461800m relay - Lovell (Bryson, Lundberg, Mayes, McArthur) third, 2:16.49; long jump - Lun- dberg second, 12-6, Mayes 10 , 10-7, Charri McArthur 13 , 9-6; triple jump - Nich- ols fifth, 24-2,Bryson sev- enth, 23-2, Charri McAr- thur eighth, 22-3; high jump - Nichols fifth, 3-10, Metya McArthur seventh , 3-6. SIXTH-GRADE BOYS 100m dash - Shawn Mollett 11 , 16.40; 200m dash- Mollett 11 , 36.43; 400m dash - Mollett sev- enth, 1:23.71; 800m - Hunt- er Tippetts fourth, 3:06.68; long jump - Mollett ninth, 10-1, Tippetts 10 th, 10- 1/2; triple jump - Tippetts eighth, 20-9. DAvm PECK Lovell eighth-grader Kim Shumway sails along in first place in the 1,600 meters during the Lovell track meet earlier this season. Shumway won four events at the conference track meet Saturday in Worland. Mustangs open 2010 season with a split BY DAVID PECK The Lovell Mustangs opened the 2010 season with a pair of solid efforts in Billings Saturday. The Lovell nine split a pair of games, beating the Billings Halos B team 11-8, then falling to the Billings West High School Bears, 10-9. Coach Ray Peterson said the Halos' B team was a very solid team for a ju- nior varsity squad. "They're a solid ball- club," he said. "They gave us all we could handle in our first ballgame of the season. In game one, the Mus- tangs led 1-0 in the first when Andrew Young sin- gled and scored, then ex- tended the lead to 5-0 with four in the top of the third. Bryce Dickerson started the rally with a walk, and Young singled with one out. Both advanced on a Casey Pickett single, and Shane Dickerson singled home a pair. After Pickett was forced for the second out, Scott Everheart singled and Steven Pickett drew a walk. Cris Davila drove in Shane Dickerson and Ever- heart. Billings got to Lovell starter Steven Pickett for three runs in the bottom of the third to make it 5-3, and Lovell responded with three in the top of the fifth, only to see the Halos plate four in the bottom of the frame to close the gap to one run, 8-7. Lovell rallied again with three runs in the top of the sixth as Shane Dick- erson, Davila and Bryce Dickerson had RBIs, and Billings could only manage one run against Lovell clos- er Andrew Young over the final two innings. Pickett picked up the win on the mound for Lovell with four innings plus three batters of work, allowing six runs on eight hits with three strikeouts and two walks. Young threw three innings, allowing two runs on two hits with five strike- outs and pair of walks. NARROW LOSS The Mustangs traveled to the Billings West field at Eighth and Central for game two and battled the Billings West Bears, who are near the end of their season and are well drilled, Peterson said. "They're fmishing up their high school season and have members of the (American Legion) Scarlets and Royals on the team," Peterson said. "They have some good players. We've only been practicing two weeks but we did pretty well with our defense and bats. We hit the ball well." There were lots of goose eggs on the scoreboard ear- ly until the Bears plated four runs off Lovell starter Casey Clawson in the third inning. Lovell matched that output with four in the top of the fifth. Shane Dick- erson drove in three runs with a double, then scored on a two-bagger by Ever- heart. Billings West scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth off reliever Casey Pickett to lead 8-4, but LoveU rallied for five in the seventh, four coming home on a grand-slam, inside- the-park homerun by Erik Brimhall. Trying to hold on for the win and leading 9-8, the Mustangs let it slip through their fingers as the Bears plated two runs in the bot- tom of the seventh to win. Pickett took the loss for the Mustangs, allowing sev- en hits and six runs in two innings of work. Clawson allowed four runs in five in- nings on the mound. ALUMNI GAME The annual alumni game will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Le- gion ballpark in Cowley. Peterson said alumni will be asked to pay $5 to play as a fund-raiser, with older players playing in the first game and younger players m game two. Athletes win scholastic award Rocky Mountain High School has announced its qualifiers for the winter scholastic achieve- ment award, which is presented by the Wyoming High School Activities Association. The award is divided into two levels of achieve- ment. Distinguished designates a group achieve- ment of 3.0 to 3.49 grade point average. Outstand- ing groups achieve a 3.5 to 4.0 GPA. Teams receiving the outstanding achieve- ment award are the varsity girls basketball team, with a cumulative GPA of 3.768 coached by Ryan Boettcher and Mike Higgins. The varsity boys basketball team also qualified with a cumulative GPA of 3.557 with coaches Michael Simmons, Pat Winland and Josh Sponsel, and the cheer team qualified with a cumulative GPA of 3.645 with Coach Traci McArthur. Receiving the Distinguished Scholastic Achievement Award for Rocky Mountain High School was the wrestling team with a cumulative GPA of 3.44 under coaches Josh Collins and Tim Jones. Rocky Mountain High School will be holding their athletics banquet on May 18 at 5 p.m. Ath- letes will be honored for each individual sports for the entire school year at that time. LOST DOG? We can help. 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