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12 The Lovell Chronicle l June 10, 2021 North Big Horn BY SAM SMITH The North Big Horn County Little League pro- gram hosted their annu- al School’s Out Tourna— ment Friday and Saturday at Constitution Park and at the Northeast Little League Complex. The North Big Horn 12U and IOU squads competed in their respec— tive tournaments over the weekend. The North Big Horn 12U squad began tourna— ment play by falling to the Belgrade 11U squad 7-5. The Colts battled after Bel— grade built a 7—2 lead in the irst inning. North Big Horn added two runs in the sec— ond and one in the third to get to within two, but that was as close as they would get. Travis Asay led the team with two hits and tWO R315, and Kellan Jack— son scored tWo rung. Dallin Bischoff also had two RBIs. Bischoff started on the mound, allowing six runs on three hits and two walks, but was not able to record an out. Cooper Winland pitched two innings, al— lowing a run on four hits, walking one and farming one. Jackson pitched the fi- nal inning, allowing a hit and whiffing one batter. North Big Horn end- ed day one of the tourna— ment, falling to Lander 10- 5. Wilson Hendershot led the team with two hits and two RBIs. Kyson Crosby start- ed on the mound, allowing three runs on two hits and three walks and striking out five batters in his three innings of work. Jackson pitched 2 1/3 SAM SMITH North Big Horn 12U itcher Cooper Winland winds up to throw a pitch during the Colts’ 7-1 win over Lander Saturday durin the School’s Out Tournament at Constitution Par in Lovell. innings, allowing seven thirds of an inning. runs on six hits and five Saturday, the Colts walks, fanning four. bounced back and defeated Asay pitched two- Lander 7-1 in the consola- 12U fourth at hoe ournament tion game. North Big Horn scored three runs in the first and two in the second and fourth innings to build the bi lead. Lander scored their one run late in the game. Jackson and Asay led the team with two hits each, and Asay and Win- land led the team with two RBIs. Rocco Rael and Cros— by led the Colts with two runs. Rael pitched four in- nin s, allowing six hits and stri ing out six batters. Winland pitched the fi— nal inning, allowing a run on two hits and a walk, fanning one. MINOR LEAGUE The North Big Horn IOU quad fell to Land- er 18-6, the Belgrade IOU squad 18—0 and the Bel- grade 9U team 11-6 in pool play Friday. Saturday, North Big Horn had a 5—0 lead on the Belgrade 10U team before Belgrade scored six runs to grab a 6—5 lead and the win. North Big Horn as— sistant coach Cameron Miller‘said, “Kannon Ow— ens pitched really well in the Saturday game, and Weston Hendershot turned a double play at third base, stepping on the bag and throwing to Hudson Miller at second base. “Jaxx May, Mac Morgan and Lukas Miller had some big hits in the game,” Mill— er said. “The progress we made over the four games was awesome. The boys really came on, especially on Saturday. Jon (Morgan) and I were ecstatic with the way we finished. All the boys stepped up and played well.” C continued from page 9 scored three to lead af- ter one inning of play. Lovell tied it at three in the third on a single by Hedges to score Ha- len Strom before Casper scored two more runs to lead 5-3. The Mustangs kept bat- tling and scored two runs in the fourth on a single by Talon Burton to score Files and a base-loaded walk by Strom to score May to tie the game at five apiece. After a Casper run in the fourth, Lovell broke through and scored four runs in the final inning on a three—run single by Files to score Cash Wassmer, Jackson and Hedges and a Casper error to bring in Files. The Lovell defense held Casper scoreless in the final inning to win by three. Files went 1-3 with three RBIs and two runs. Hedges went 2—2 with two RBIs and two runs. Jackson went 1—1 and scored two runs. Files earned the win on the mound, allowin six runs on three hits, wal ing nine and striking out seven batters in his four innings of work. Cooley pitched the fi— nal innin , allowing a hit. Lovel concluded the tournament Sunday with a 5—1 win over Green Riv— er’s B team. The Mustangs grabbed an early 1—0 lead on a sin le by Hedges to score Jac son. After a scoreless sec— ond, Lovell poured it on in the third and scored four runs on a single by Cool- ey to score Cove Jolley, a base—loaded walk by Owen Edwards to score Jackson and a two—run single by Kyle Wilson to score Files and Cooley. Lovell led 5—0 after three innings. The Lovell defense allowed one run by Green River but held on to win by four. Wilson went 1-2 at the plate with two RBIs, and Jackson went 1-2 and scored two runs. Hedges earned the win on the mound, allowing a run, issuing a walk and ’fanning nine in his four in- . nings of work. Jackson got the save; and fanned three batters in one inning. The two pitchers combined for a 1 no-hitter. 1 The wins overCasper' and Green River put the Lovell C team at 9—5-1. “Overall, we had a re- - ally good weekend,” coach . Nick Wilson said. “Oth— er than the one bad inning against Gillette, we played good baseball the entire weekend. “From top to bottom, we hit the ball really well. All of our pitchers threw really well. I m proud of our younger b0ys for stepping up and making some big plays." Tuesday, the Lovell C_ squad hosted an exhibition game with the Otto Rat— tlers in Cowley. Wednesday, the Mus— tangs opened confer- ence play and hosted the Cody Cubs in Cowley. Re— sults will be posted in next week’s article. Lovell hosts a non—con- ference doubleheader with Powell today (Thursday) at 5 and 7 p.m., then traVels to Lewistown Saturday to face the Redbirds at 1 and 3 pm. Monday, Lovell trav— els to Riverton for a con— ference doubleheader with the Raiders at 3 and 5 pm. Read the Cl/Il/Ol/llClé Ol/l them/eh! WWW/ove/lCl/rror/riC/ecom S&L ; INDUSTRIAL Cowley, Wyo., Is now taking applica- tions for Highway Construction Super- intendent. $25-$35/hr with benefits. Email resume or letter of interest to kim@wysli.com, fax to 307-548-2678 or apply in person. BHB(5/27-6/17cL) THE CITY OF CODY is seeking applicants to fill the position of a Full Time Engineer I. This position is respon- sible for engineering planning and design, construction adminis- tration and inspection, private development review, project oversight and management, City infrastructure and util- ity coordination, survey and engineering data collection, CAD drafting, pavement management, and other engineering .functions. Graduation from an accredited col- lege with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineer- ing. Engineer Intern or Engineer in Training cer- tification at the time of hire (or acquisition within 6 months of hire). Valid Driver’s license. $25.48 per hour plus City ben- efit package. Applica- tion and Job descrip- tion available at City Hall, Rumsey Ave, by emailing dscheu- maker@cityofcody.com or on the website www. cityofcody—wygov. Appli- cation deadline Friday, June 25th. The City of Cody is an Equal Oppor- tunity Employer. (45-5001') NllW HIRING The Park County Fair is now hiring seasonal help for 'the 2921 fair. Beer Garden Attendants Security (leaning (rew -Grounds Crew 3 Box Office 8t Gate Crew Fulljob descriptions and applications are available at www.parlicountyeventsandfair. com or atthe Events lairoffice located at 655 East 5th Street in Powell. 307-75b8855. Park (army is an Equal Opportunity Employer THE CITY OF CODY is seeking to fill the posi-. tion of'a Full TimeISolid Waste Assistant. This position is responsible for assisting with collection and transport of solid waste and for providing support for the City’s recycling operations. Schedule may vary and could include weekends. Valid Driver’s License is required and must be maintained. Applica- tion and job description available at City Hall, 1338 Flumsey Avenue, on the website at www. cityofcody-wy.gov or emailing dscheumaker@ cityofcodycom . $16.34 per hour, plus City ben- efit package. Applica- tion deadline is June 18th. 'The City of Cody is an Equal Opportunity Employer. (45-48CT) THE CITY OF CODY is seeking applicants to fill Seasonal Park Posi- tions: Mower, Trimmer, Park Attendant. $12.17 per hour, must be 18 or older. Job descriptions and applications may be obtained from City Hall at Rumsey Ave, by emailing dscheumaker@ cityofcodycom or visit the website www.cityol- cody-wy.gov. 5 yr driving record required. Posi- tions will remain open until filled with applica- tions being reviewed as received. The City of Cody is an Equal Oppor- tunity Employer (45-5OCT) BE THE GREEN RIVER STAR'S MARKETING DIRECTOR. Help our businesses grow. Help make this community a better place to live. Full/ part time/flexible. Email: paperboy@vcn.com. (46-46W) Northwest College Facilities . Assistant — Custodial Performs a variety of custodial and main- tenance activities. Full—time, fully bene- fitted. Starting wage is up to per hour with a gener- ous employee retire- ment contribution of 11.94% of earnings (FY2022). For more info and to apply: http://www.nwc.edu/ hr THE ELKS IS LOOKING FOR a part-time bar- tender. Hours may vary and will include some weekends. Applications can be picked up M-F after 4 p.m., Sat. Sun. after 2 pm. The Elks is located at 581 N. Clark in Powell. (42-47CT) VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT CUSTODIAI WORKER open until filled. BUILDINGS & GROUNDS DEPARTMENT 5, FOR PARK COUNTY, WYOMING Applications are being accepted for PART-TIME CUSTODIAN for Park County, Wyoming. Benefits include, holiday pay, vacation and sick leave. Applicants M be able to pass a background check and drug/alcohol test. Must work nights, Monday through Friday. 25 hours/week. Please submit an employment application to Park County Commissioners’Office, 1002 Sheridan Avenue, Cody, Wyoming, 82414 or email to mgarza@parkcounty.us. The employment application and job description are available under Current Job Openings viewed on the Park County website at www.parkcounty-wy.gov. Position will remain Park Counq is an egual opportunig employer NOW HIRING! WORK IN a fun, fast-paced environ- ment at Millstone Pizza in Powell. Come in today for an interview. (39-46PT) BUSY DENTAL OFFICE is looking to add a long- term, motivated, ener- getic, quick learner to our team. Dental assisting experience is most pre- ferred, but not required. Starting at $14-$21 DOE, easy hours, paid holi- days, dental benefits, retirement contributions and bonuses. Work in a friendly and busy office with the latest technology. . This job will entail taking X-rays, sterilizing, com- puter work and assisting in surgeries. Send cover letter and resume to san- drapyran@gmail.com (33TFCT) PLUMBER WITH AT LEAST 5 years expe- rience. Must have own' hand tools and a valid driver’s license. Inquire at 307-272-9123. (34TFCT) Dfih9f') I , raryrarapmressionai This is a part-time classified position. This position is without benefits. (25 hours per week; $15.46 per hour.) [Additional hours are possible] Applicants may request a classified application by contacting the office of Superintendent Doug Hazen, 502 Hampshire Avenue, Lovell, WY 82431 or by calling 307-548-2259 between the hours of 8 AM and 3 PM, or downloading forms from the District’s website at www.bgh2.org. .Big formation Willbe open eel, es. mo aqua . u . untilfilled. ; V. - Care Center RN/LPN, CNA Assisted Living CNA -Transportation Aide , - Hospital CNA 0 Respiratory Therapist ~ Medical Technologist o Housekeeping o Dietary Aide - Clinic Receptionist (PRN) - Clinic MA 1, 11, 111 or IV JOURNEY ELECTRIC LINEMAN: $26.51/ hour plus City benefit package. benefit package. BIIBIIENT OPENINGS Coine be part of our dynamic team that takes pride in our Personal Service Excellence! ital District North {Big ’llom ’Iios S CARE CENTER and 1115 Lane 12, Lovell, WY 82431 Visit our website at www.nbhh.com to apply or contact human resources at 307648—5274. EOE Electrical Position Opening Journey Electric Lineman OR Apprentice Electric Lineman The City of Cody is seeking applicants for Journey Electric Lineman OR an Apprentice Electric Lineman. The primary duties include the installation, operation and maintenance of the City’s electrical power, transmission and distribution system. Answer’s emergency calls and is on—call to repair system breakdowns. High School Diploma or GED. Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with completion of specialized training in the field of work, and Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position. Completion of an apprenticeship/ internship, one to twoyears of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. APPRENTICE ELECTRIC LINEMAN I, II, III 0R IV: High School Diploma or GED; plus, Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with having had a similar position for less than one year; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. $19.71 / hour to $25.23/ hour, depending on apprentice level, plus City Either position requires a valid Commercial Driver’s License Class A or able to obtain within six months of hire. Application and job description available at City Hall, Rumsey Avenue, 307—527-7511, by emailing dscheumaker@cityofcody.com or the City website www. cityofcody—wygov. Open until filled, with first review May 28th. The City of Cody is an Equal Opportunity Employer. ammo district. Iflistoct #2 in toreEWyoming, is; .- firsqiiestingpmposaf Isioiaauprlatedschooi busemerarystem' , , j . asdiibtailationthe desiredsysuem wiilbeupto date andp‘royide . ofthecntirebus,arisittwiliheupiotliebiddetto . determinethezbestpossiblesoiufion. » ' Sealed, written proposa time and piace specified. Proposals must be received on or before date and time stated. The district reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to waive any and all formalities, and to accept the proposal that in its judgment will be in the best interest of the is will be received bythe disbictat the Many factors will be considered when evaluating proposals. Price of the system and installation is important, but It may not be the WYOMING SCOPE company: (1097-29) sole determining factor. For this proposal we are seeking a camera , system that meets the following requirements: 3 On 11 buses, remove existing cameras (5), and install new cameras (6),adding a middle camera All cameras should be HD - Install II DVR’s - buses need additional backup cameras installed Check and/or replace all cabling Installation must be completed by June 18. The district wishes to replace all existing cameras with new ’ . high—definition cameras that will provide coverage forthe entire bus, conenuiovrnvrew Proposals must include the following information for your Official registered name (Corporate, D.B.A., Partnership, etc), address, main telephone number, and facsimile numbers. I - Key contact name, title, address (if different from above address), direct telephone and fax numbers. Person authorized to contractually bind the organization for any proposal against this RFP. Brief company history, including yearestabiished. TECHNIQAL (9!"le , Any questions concerning the technical specifications or . requirements must be directed to: Greg Walker, Big Horn county , School #2502 Hampshire Ave, Lovell, Wyoming 32431. Telephonezsbr=548-2399.Emait:gwalker@bghz.org , "tAirmab'areoaebrsinconsecration/inner; ' I 1 Proposeisaretobemaiiedorhanddeiiveredtotbefollowing.