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10 I The Lovell Chronicle [ July 1, 2010 www. LovellCh ronicle.com Orioles scrap past Rockies for Little League title BY DAVID PECK The cardiac Orioles sur- vived two one-run games, a suspended game and a three-run decision to win the LoveU Little League post-season tournament last Wednesday night at the new Lovell East field. The Orioles defeated the Cowley Rockies 16-13 in the title game. The O&apos;s received a first- round bye after winning the regular season title, then opened tournament play b); edging the Phi]lies 4-3. They squeaked past the Rockies 5-4 in the semifinals last Monday night. Meanwhile, the Rockies clubbed the Byron A's 16-6 and edged the Marlins 12-11 before falling to the Orioles in the semis. The Rocks eliminated the Yankees 11-9 Tuesday evening in a game that had been postponed from Mon- day night. That gave the championship game a late start and only two innings were played, after which the O's led 6-3. The title game contin- ued with the third inmng Wednesday evening, and the O's built a 13-7 lead after four innings, only to see the Rockies rally to tie the game at 13 with a six-run fifth. The Orioles came back to plate three runs in the bottom of the fifth, then held the Rock- ies scoreless in the top of the sixth to win the game 16-13. There was plenty of scor- ing in the title game. The Rockies took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning as O's starter Beau Green e- perienced some control prob- lems. The Orioles tied the score 2-2 in the bottom of the second as Trace Murphey and Nic Haskell rapped base hits. The Rocks added a run in the top of the second to lead 3-2, but the Orioles scored four in the bottom of the frame to lead 6-3. Ka- leb Mayes smashed a double and Tyler Teter a single dur- ing the rally. The game was suspended due to darkness following the inning. Picking up in the top of the third the following eve- ning, the Rockies scored a run on hits by Cordell Mc- Farlane and Carson May. The Orioles, however, plated five runs in the bottom of the inning thanks to some walks and hit batters and a single by Tyler Teter. The O's led 11-4 after three. The Rockies hung tough, scoring three runs in the top of the fourth as Cole Wam- beke homed and Jared May, McFarlane and Lathan May hitting the ball. But the Ori- oles plated two runs in the bottom of the fourth to lead 13-7. The Rockies got to Ori- oles reliever Tyler Teter in the top of the fifth, and he was relieved by his twin brother Brandon. The Rocks plated six runs to tie the score at 13-13. Lathan May ripped a double, and Kelton Hennrich smashed a three- run triple to fuel the inning. In the bottom of the in- ning, however, the Orioles scored three runs on hits by ..... .:::.:.: :..:::..::.: ::.::: :::-::.:<:.: ================================= :;:.:, ............. : :.:. :..:.: ;:::..:::.;::.::.:;: ;. .... .. : ...::... ..... ': "'. :: '*:"!:,  : i- .... ., : :i: :::::i  ..... . .... ......... ........ .  ........... ;ii  "-.: : -"i.:  ., . ;!i:i ........ i i; : i iiiiiiiii!!! i!':i;i:iiii!::::i ! ;:i ::: :::ii:iii:::: : ; : i:::: ........ ::i;i::, :::::::::::: ::: : .... i:::_:::: :-? .. Dvm lc Cordell McFarlane of the Cowley Rockies slides into third base on a passed ball while Orioles third baseman Trace Murphey looks to apply the tag during the Orioles' 16-13 win in the Lovell Little League post-season tournament Wednesday night. Murphey, Green and Tyler Teter to take a 16-13 lead, and Brandon Teter shut the Rockies out in the top of the sixth to preserve the victory, despite a double by McFar- lane. Orioles coach Scott Mur- phey said pitching depth was key to his team's champion- ship, especially with the new Little League rules that lim- it each player's pitch count. "We broke in our pitch- ers young and took a lick- ing for two years," Mur- phey said. "We were.able to keep the team together and gained some good pitching depth. With the new pitch count, that's critical." Noting his team's hit- ting, Murphey said the team benefited from some instruc- tion and "new techniques" from Lovell Mustangs coach Jeff Young. "That helped us out a lot," Murphey said. The Orioles lose three 12-year-olds: Haskell, Green and Michael Roth. Many competitors Mustang Days rodeo draws a crowd Saturday The Mustang Days Ro- deo was held Saturday at the Lovell Rodeo Grounds, with competitors showing up from Big Horn County and throughout the region. RESULTS ARE AS FOLLOWS: Ladies breakaway -- Cody Gines, lst; Sammie Perkins, 2nd. Team roping -- Brett Richmond and JT Coiling- wood, 1st; Brett Richmond and Shawn Billy, 2nd; Jamie Grant and Jay Grant, 3rd. Junior barrels -- Bai- ley Mulholland, lst; Dasha Kelso, 2nd; Sierra Cafdorph, 3rd; Logan Nunn, 4th; Cass- ie Colvin, 5th; Jordan Flit- ner, 6th. Ladies barrels -- Dana Willis, 1st; Cathy Ruby, 2nd; Shannon Hill, 3rd; Jamie Grant, 4th. Junior breakaway -- no time. Saddle bronc -- no time. Bullriding-- Andy Buller, lst; Matt Melner, 2nd. Junior steer riding -- Jose Perez, 1st; Skyler Er- ickson, 2nd. Bareback -- David Clapt, 1st. B.v D.wAux Bullfighte r Dustin Lara helps Meagan Johnson balance on a fast-moving mutton ride Saturday at the Mustang Days Rodeo. i :'iiiiii !ii!ii ...................... iiiiiiii!7 :2'"00ii00ii!i00 ,00iiiiiiiiiiiii ..... iii!i00i!J : i ili! i: iii iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii!ii iiiiiiii !iiii  ii] iii ilili!iii!iiiiii!ii!!iiiiii:i ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii00 BRAD DEVEREAUX Travis Smith of Sheridan holds on as horse Comanche bolts from the gate at the Mustang Days Rodeo Saturday. There were no qualified rides in saddle bronc riding Saturday. American Legion Mustangs host Riverton Friday The Lovell Mustangs American Legion baseball team will be at home for a pair of games this week. The Mustangs will host the Riverton Raiders Fri- day for a double-header at 3 and 5 p.m., then host the Cody Cubs Monday, July 5, at 4:30 p.m. The Mus- tangs will travel to Cody for a 6 p.m. game on Tuesday, July 6, then host Green Riv- er Wednesday, July 7, for a pair at 11 a.m. and i p.m. The Mustangs played a pair of games against Cody last week, falling to the Cubs . Tuesday in Cody, 14-5, then dropping a heart-breaker Wedneday at home, 10-9. No further details were provided by coaches. The Mustangs currently have a record of 9-15. No Babe Ruth results were received by the Chron- icle this week. The sports staff remains hopeful that numerous requests for a schedule to help the Chroni- cle follow the team will bear fruit. Tee Ball Standings W L T Home Tech 2 5 1 Lovell Drug 6 0 2 First National 0 7 1 Cowley II 4 2 2 Results Cowley I 4 3 1 Tuesday, June 22 Minchow's 4 3 1 Lovell Drug 5, Cowley II 5 Conoco 4 4 0 Wednesday, June 23 Cowley III 4 4 0 Byron 8, Cowley I 1 Byron 3 3 2 Season over Little League Tournament Here are the results of the 2010 Lovell Little League post- season tournament: Tuesday, June 15 Phillies 14, Cubs 6 Marlins 3, Yankees 2 Rockies 16, A's 6 Thursday, June 17 Orioles 4, Phillies 3 Rockies 12, Madins 11 Yankees 5, A's 4 -A's elim. Friday, June 18 Cubs 25, Madins 16 -M's elim. Yankees 7, Phillies 3 - Phils elim. Monday, June 21 Orioles 5, Rockies 4 Yankees 12, Cubs 0, Cubs elim. Rockies vs. Yankees ppd. Tuesday, June 22 Rockies 11, Yankees 9 Championship game Orioles 6, Rockies 3 after two, game suspended Wednesday, June 23 Orioles 16, Rockies 13 Elect Linda Harp Big Horn County Commissioner u:sineSseslwe are ding houni  !lai ut o 0Ui 0unti foi eces ihat coUid LOE[ i g[  0g[ m0tt0. ; Pd.f0r by candidate Dr. 00d00,L,c NCCAOM & State Licensed Acupuncturist Al00e00'9;es? Borgstrand Clinic Cody 587-6313 www.naet.com L71 i , I/I