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8 I The Lovell Chronicle I June 3, 2010 www. LovellChronicle.com He's safev, BRAD DEWV~AUX Ethan Price slides in to home plate underneath Dakota Bond during the Yankees-Phillies Little League game Thursday at the East Field in Lovell. Price was safe to score one for the Phillies in the third inning. Little ue Baseball W L Yankees 7 1 Rockies 7 1 Orioles 5 1 Cubs 4 5 Phillies 2 6 Marlins 2 7 A's 1 7 The Yankees and Orioles played to a tie. Results Thursday, May 27 Yankees 7, Phillies 6 Rockies 12, Cubs 2 Marlins 7, A's 5 Tuesday, June 1 Orioles 9, Cubs 8 Rockies 7, Marlins 5 Yankees 14, A's 13 Schedule Thursday, June 3 Marlins vs. Cubs, East Orioles vs. Yankees, West Phillies vs. Rockies, Cowley Friday, June 4 Cubs vs. Yankees, East Phillies vs. Orioles, West Rockies vs. A's, Byron Tuesday, June 8 Marlins vs. Phillies, East A's vs. Cubs, West Orioles vs. Rockies, Cowley Thursday, June 10 Orioles vs. Marlins, East A's vs. Phillies, West Yankees vs. Rockies, Cowley Games at 5:15 p.m. Found dogs are usually lost dogs. Make someone really happy.., place a classified ad in the Lovell Chronicle to find his owner today. The Lovell Chronicle 548-2217 Local classified ads just $2/week June 12 BY DAVID PECK Two local athletes will be off to Casper this week- end for a week of practice and activities leading up to the 37th annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl North-South football game to be played on Saturday, June 12, at 7 p.m. at Natrona County High School's Cheney Sta- could "move people out of there," he said, with his run blocking. Defensively, Hazen said, teams "ran away from his side a lot," adding, "He affected how people pre- pared for our team." Anderson finished sec- ond on the Bulldogs with 101 defensive points on 54 dium. assisted tackles, 13 solo Recently-graduated se- tackles, five tackles for a niors Tyler Anderson of loss and two sacks. The team will depart Sun- day morning for Salt Lake City, staying overnight in Evanston and practicing there that evening. The team will continue on in to Salt Lake Monday and tour the Shriners Hos- pital for Children, then re- turn to Casper. Tuesday's schedule in- cludes two practices, fol- lowed by a barbecue and fun night at the Parkway Lovell High School and ..... BlackburrtU ! ,aU-state Plaza Hotel. There will also Blackburn Of Rocky M0tm-: selection for: the Grizzlies be two practices, Wednes' tain High School were se- lected to the all-star classic. Both will play for the North, coached by Larry Yeradi of Wright High School. The game is spon- sored annually by the Ka- lif Shrine Temple of Sheri- dan and the Korein Shrine Temple of Rawlins. All pro- ceeds from the game go to the Shriners Hospitals for Children. Anderson, an all-state honoree last fall, played defensive tackle and offen- sive guard for the Bulldogs and will likely be used on the defensive line, he said Tuesday. He will be off to Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah, on a track and field scholarship this fall. As a senior, coach Doug Hazen said last fall, Ander- son was a strong team lead- er who was a huge presence in the middle both offen- sively and defensively and t st fall, played center on offense and middle line- backer on defense. He av- eraged 9.8 defensive points per game to lead the team, finishing with 34 assisted tackles and 19 solo tackles. "KJ was a very integral part of the team and pro- gram the past four years," Rocky coach Tim Winland said last fall. "He could play any position, but he played center on offense, a position kind of unher- alded. The quarterback- center exchange is critical, and he was the deep snap- per the last three years. I don't know of any punts that were blocked because of a poor snap. He was very steady." BUSY SCHEDULE According to Shrine Bowl Director TJ Claunch, players will report to Casper this Saturday be- tween noon and 2 p.m., with practices held that evening. day and Thursday, followed by evening events: a pizza and bowling night Wednes- day and a cookout and ca- sino night at the Casper Shrine Club. The two final practices will take place Friday, fol- lowed by the annual Shrine Bowl banquet at the Park- way Plaza at 7 p.m. Claunch said the banquet is open to the public, but tickets must be ordered in advance. Call Claunch at 307-235-5693 for tickets. On game day, Satur- day, June 12, activities in- clude a free pancake break- fast open to the public from 8 to 10 a,m. in front of the Casper Elks Club at Sev- enth and Center, followed by the Shrine Bowl Parade at 10:30. There will be a pre-game tailgate party at NCHS Stadium from 4 to 6 p.m., followed by pre-game ceremonies at 6:15 and the game at 7. iiiii i .... i iii!iiiiiii iii As a Board Certified Cardiologist, Paul J. LaVeau, M.D., has served the Big Horn Basin for the past 10 years. He has served as an active staff Car- diologist in Billings, Montana since September, 2000. , Powell Valley Healthcare welcomes Cardiologist Paul J, Location: Powell Valley Clinic - Building B 777 Ave. H Powell, Wyoming Hours of Operation: Dr. LaVeau will begin seeing patients on June 8 Clinic: Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 9am-5pm To schedule appointments and transition medical records, please call (307) 754-7257 or 1-888-284-9308 FAX: (307)754-7767 :+:: ........ Ppwel! Valley Healthcare . ], iiiiiiiiii!ili~i!!ili!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Continued from page 7 weight at meets, with LHS not having a weight for him to practice with. Speech: Coach Deb- bie Fink reported that her squad accomplished some important goals this season including beating perennial state champion Greybull at the "Thershoni" meet and placing at the state speech meet. Emily and Elizabeth Birkholz placed third in duet in Class 2A at the state speech meet. Track: Coach Joe Ko- ritnik thanked Ina Hub- bell and Scott O'Tremba for their support, the Bull- dog Booster Club, his wife Janet, David Peck of the Lovell Chronicle, manag- ers Traci Averett and Madi- son Tippetts and especially his coaches, Caleb and Josh Sanders and Chad Lindsay for the hard work they put in preparing athletes for dif- ferent events. "This is my sixth year as track coach, and this is the best group of athletes I've worked with," Koritnik said. "They come to prac- tice and work hard toward their goal of winning a state championship." Koritnik said the many school records that fell this season are indicative of the hard work the team put in: Miranda Griffis in the dis- cus, Amanda Shumway in the 800 meters, Mykel An- derson, Katie Walker and Amanda and Susie Shum- way in the 1,600-meter re- lay and Karen Koritnik in the 300-meter low hurdles and the long jump. He said 19 athletes earned all-conference hon- ors at the 2A West Region- al Track Meet in Lander, and nine athletes won state titles in Casper, either in- dividually or as a member of a relay team: Cody Sav- age, Tyler Anderson, Karen Koritnik, Mykel Anderson, Amanda Shumway, Chelsey Ellis, Alyssa Geiser, Katie Walker and Susie Shum- way. Koritnik presented the Coaches Award to Ben Long for his work ethic and inspi- ration and named Tyler An- derson as the Outstanding Male Field Athlete, Karen Koritnik as the Outstand- ing Female Field Athlete, Amanda Shumay and Karen Koritnik as the Outstanding Female Track Athletes and Colin May as the Outstand- ing Male Track Athlete. Wrestling: Coach Dane Mickelson thanked his wife Susan for being will- ing to be a single parent for four months, his assis- tant coach Isaac Mayes, managers Holly Wilkerson and Olivia Paxton and his team's parents. Mickelson noted the team's growth in numbers and thanked his four seniors for playing a major role in the growth of the team: Jackson Bassett, Ryan Croft, Jared Asay and Ben Cuch. Mickelson presented five individual awards: fast- est pin, Adam Beck; most takedowns, Tony Rodri- guez; most escapes, Ryan Croft; most reversals, Jesse Bassett and overall wins, Nathan Grant. Hubbell wrapped up the evening by thanking booster club leaders Tami Baxendale, Jodi Baxendale and Robin Baxendale for their efforts, David Peck and Brad Devereaux of the Lovell Chronicle for their coverage and Jim Minchow for his support of athletics.