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June 26, 2014 1 The Lovell Chronicle I 11 BY SAM SMITH The North Big Horn Little League postseason began Monday with the Majors hosting the tourna- ment in Lovell and the Mi- nors traveling to Powell, with one Minors game also held in Lovell. MAJOR LEAGUE The Big Horn Feder- al Cubs were up first on Monday against the Powell Royals at AMCOL Field in Lovell. The Cubs defeated Powell 6-5. "We gave up eight walks and two errors af- ter leading to trail 5-4 in the top of the fifth," Cubs head coach Bill Pickett said. "Then we came back in the bottom of the inning with two runs to win. The kids stayed positive, kept their chins up and came back and won in the last inning." With the win, the Cubs advanced to play the Pow- ell Athletics. The Cubs fell to Powell 8-5 as Aden Mayes went 3-3 with two RBIs and a double and Zane Horrocks went 1-3 with a single. On the mound, Jess Wambeke pitched 2 2/3 in- nings, earning five strike- outs and allowing five runs and eight walks. Trace Moss relieved Wambeke and pitched 1 1/3 innings, earning one strikeout and allowing two walks and three runs. "We were up 5-2 after the top of the third," Cubs coach Justin Moss said. "That's when they scored four in the third and then two in the fourth for the win. We just had too many walks. We competed well. The A's are a good team as they only had one loss this year. We had multiple op- portunities to win and just didn't get it tonight." The Ink Spot Cardi- nals, being the number one DAVID PECK Aden Mayes of the Big Horn Federal Cubs slides into second on a wild pitch after singling Tuesday night as the ball gets past the Powell A's second baseman. Looking on is umpire Frankie Rohrer. seed, faced off against the Powell Giants in the semi- finals of the tournament Tuesday evening. The Car- dinals defeated Powell 15-6 to advance into Thurs- day's championship game against the Powell A's at 6 p.m. Kaleb Snyder went 3-4 and Jordan Vasquez also went 3-4 with a two-run triple. AnaMia Davila went 1-2 with a walk. On the mound, Dallen Mangus started, pitching for two innings. Ezra Har- low relieved Mangus and pitched two innings. Bish- op Trainor relieved Harlow and pitched one inning. "In the top of the fourth inning, the score was tied 5-5, then we scored two runs in the fourth," Cardi- nals coach Jason Sumaya said. "Then they scored one run and we scored eight to win the game. It was a close game, pretty tough until the fifth inning and then our bats came alive. I was proud of the kids for keeping it together and getting ready for the cham- pionship game Thursday." Last Thursday the Cubs and the Cards played at AMCOL field in Lovell. A score was not available. MINOR LEAGUE The CodeRed Tactical Angels were matched up against the Powell Red Sox in the first round of the Mi- nors Interleague Tourna- ment in Powell Monday. The Angels defeated Pow- ell 8-6. "I'm really proud of the way they played," An- gels coach Shang Clen- denen said. "I give credit to the Powell Red Sox; they played a great game." The Braves hosted the Otto Rattlers in the open- ing round of the tourna- ment Monday in the lone Minors game played in Lovell. The Braves fell to Otto 9-7 after leading 6-1 early. Powell rallied to tie the score 6-6 and scored three more runs to lead 9-6. The Braves added one more run to their total, but it was enough to keep the season going. "The Braves have re- ally improved through the years," Braves coach Kel- ly Spann said. "I'm really proud of the kids and how they played. We just came up a little bit short." Tuesday's tourna- ment action began with the North Big Horn Pirates matched up with the Pow: ell Orioles at Homesteader Park in Powell. The Pirates fell to Powell 10-6. "We did what we did best and that was to hit the ball," Pirates coach Doug Arnold said. "We out- hit them 12-1. Our pitch- ers were in and around the strike zone, just not getting that last call. We're proud of the kids, they improved every game. The season was about having kids grow and improve and that happened this season." Coming off Monday's win, the Angels advanced in the tournament to face the Miller's Fabrication Dodgers. The Angels fell to the Dodgers 5-2. "We started off as the youngest team in the league and we ended up playing like veterans," Clendenen said. "I'm proud of every kid on the team and would like to thank my two coaches, Todd Nunn and Josh Danner." "The Angels came to play and gave us a real- ly tough game," Dodgers coach Ryan Mangus said. "We had some big hits from Chance Abraham and Jar- ed and Jacob Mangus. We got some solid pitching from Jake, Derek Parks and Jadyn Snyder." The last game played on Tuesday featured the Powell Dodgers and the TCT West Tigers. The Ti- gers shut down Powell for the 8-0 win. "Kobi May and Ralph Moreno combined for nine strikeouts in three in- nings," Tigers coach Jared Jarrett said. The Dodgers and Ti- gers played on Wednes- day for a spot in the cham- pionship game Thursday against the winner of the Powell Diamondbacks and the Powell Orioles at 5 p.m. on the Majors Field in Powell. The Powell A's and the North Big Horn Car- dinals will play for the In- terleague title at AMCOL Field at 6 p.m. in Lovell as the Cubs will play the Pow- ell Giants for third place in Lovell. "Come out and support your local Little Leaguers Thursday in Lovell and in Powell," Sumaya said. Have you ever wondered how you would replace the items you might lose in a fire, theft or natural disaster at your home? Wyoming Insurance Commissioner Tom Hirsig wants to let you know that home inventory checklists are an extremely important part of your insurance coverage. Do you know, room-by-room, what personal property you have? Before you can submit a claim after a fire, theft or natural disaster, you'll need a list of the things you've lost - because you'll only be reimbursed for the things you remember owning. That's where an inventory can help. It's also important to meet with your insurance agent to make sure your per- sonal items are properly covered. Coverage limits under most policies for jewelry, furs, watches and related items may total only $1,000. You should know those limits so you can purchase extra coverage if necessary. Items with limited coverage under your homeowner's policy may include art, musical instruments, money, guns, silverware, jewelry and valuable papers. 1.) Choose a method. Compile a list of your possessions room-by-room. Remember to include your attic, storage areas, garage and outbuildings. You could combine your list with a video of each room. A comprehensive home inventory should include information such as the make, model, serial number, value and purchase date for each item. 2.) Document thoroughly. Your home inventory list has to support the claims process for events ranging from the total loss of your home to the theft of a few items. Thoroughly documenting your belongings will ensure proper coverage and make that process easier. Pay special attention to your most valuable items such as antiques, art, jewelry, collectibles and electronic equipment. 3.) Keep your home inventory safe. Don't let your home inventory become part of your property loss. It's important to keep a copy in a bank safe deposit box or other secure location away from your home. The following tips can help you put together your home inventory checklist: If you have any other questions, you should discuss them with your insur- ance company or agent. Wyoming Insurance Department http://doi.wyo.gov (800) 438-5768 This public service annotmcement is presented and paid for by the insurance companies licensed tO do business in Wyoming in cooperation with the Wyoming Insurance Department. For more information on the state's insurance companies, including financial information, visit the In- surance Department website's "Company Financial Information" section.