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8 The Lovell Chronicle I July 17, 2014 CHR S Mustangs beat Laramie and Jackson at tournament BY DAVID PECK Talk about a turnaround! After starting the Bill- ings Emmanuel Halos/ Angels Tournament with three straight losses and were shut out 30-0 Thurs- day and Friday, the Lovell Mustangs reversed course and beat both the Laramie Rangers and the Jackson Giants to finish the tour- nament with a 2-3 record. Game one Thursday morning saw the Mus- tangs face the host Bill- ings Angels, who shut down the Lovell bats for a 9-0 win. Billings starter Connor McCullough shut out the Mustangs on one hit in five innings of work. Justin Bacus had the lone hit for the Mustangs. The Angels got to Lovell starter Calder Forcella for six runs in the bottom of the first in- ning with two out, then added three more in the third. Forcella allowed nine runs, six earned, in three innings of work. Ca- leb Horrocks pitched the fourth. The Laurel Dodgers stopped the Mustangs 8-0 Thursday afternoon as er- rors and missed scoring opportunities plagued the , Lovell. nine. Starter Cole Wambeke allowed eight runs in five innings, but only two were earned runs. Lauren led 2-0 after three innings, then added three in the fourth and three in the fifth as errors doomed the Mustangs. Lovell had four hits in the game, two by Dawson Forcella, and had runners on base in the first, sec- ond, fourth and fifth in- nings, but couldn't bring them home. The Mustangs were walloped 13-0 by the Miles City squad Fri- day afternoon. Miles City scored seven runs in the top of the first inning, six earned, against Lovell starter CJ Murphey be- fore Dakota Bond took the mound to stop the bleed- ing. After he pitched two scoreless frames, Miles City scored six runs, five earned, against third re- liever Wambeke. Brandon Dickson pitched the final, scoreless, inning. Miles City rapped 12 hits, all singles, against Lovell pitching, and the Mustangs had two hits, both singles by Calder Forcella. BIG WINS Although 0-3 and out- scored 30-0, the Mus- tangs didn't give up, even against the Laramie Rang- ers Saturday afternoon, beating the Rangers 7-3. Laramie built a 3-0 lead after three innings off Lovell starter Calder Forcella, but Forcella set- tled down to shut down the Laramie bats the rest of the way. The Mustangs scored their first run of the tournament in the top of the third when Aar- on Monterde walked and stole second, coming home on a double by Jacob Adey. Lovell took the lead with three in the fourth as Laramie got a bit sloppy. Calder Forcella reached and scored on an error, Bacus reached on an er- ror and scored on a Dick- son squeeze and Horrocks was hit by a pitch and lat- er stole home. After adding a run in the sixth to lead 5-3, Lovell scored two in the seventh when Adey doubled and scored on an error. Calder Forcella reached on that error and came home on a triple by Bacus. Calder Forcella went the distance for the Mus- tangs, allowing three runs, two earned, in seven in- nings of work. He fanned three, scattered seven hits and walked only two. The Mustangs wrapped up the tourna- ment by stopping the Class AA Jackson Giants 7-3 on Sunday morning. This time, the Mustangs scored first and led 4-0 after two runs in the first and two in the second. Demitrie Montuy and Adey singled and scored in the first, and Wambeke and Mon- tuy walked and scored on a two-run double by Daw- son Forcella in the second. Jackson finally got to Lovell starter Wambeke for a run in the bottom of the fourth, but the Mus- tangs got it back in the fifth when Calder Forcel- la was hit by a pitch, stole second, went to third on a bunt single by Bacus and scored on an error. Jackson scored two more in the fifth to make it 5-3, but Lovell put the game away with two in the seventh. Horrocks reached base on an error with two outs, stole second and scored on a single by Dickson, who then came home on a double by CJ Murphey. Wambeke went the distance for the win, al- lowing three runs on six hits and one walk in seven innings of work. He struck out six. EASTERN TRIP Improving to 7-29 af- ter the two wins, the Mus- tangs traveled to East- ern Wyoming this week to meet Guernsey Tuesday and Douglas Wednesday. They wrap up the regular season by taking on the Sheridan Jets Monday in Sheridan before traveling to the district tournament in Cody July 24-27. KARUE VOSS Dawson Hutzenbieler aims his car for a good solid hit on Payton Gonzales' car at the Lovell Demolition Derby Saturday. Malkovich wins Demolition Derby, Gonzalez wins best of show BY SAM SMITH The North Big Horn Search and Rescue held its 19th annual demoli- tion derby Saturday at the Lovell Rodeo Grounds. According to North Big Horn Search and Rescue Captain Scott Allred, 600 spectators attended the event as 15 drivers compet- ed for prize money and tro- phies in different heats and also participated in a best of show event for the best designed car at the derby. Klint Malkovich of Powell took home the first place trophy and $1,500 for winning the derby as Eric Parham of Powell took home the second place tro- phy and $800. Ryan Stew- art took third and won $500. As a part of the derby, the Search and Rescue also put on a powder puff heat as four drivers competed in the event for prize mon- ey. Jackie Strout of Powell won the heat, taking home $40 in prize money as As- pen Anderson took home a $20 money flag. In the individual heats, Parham won the first heat, taking home $50 for win- ning the heat and a $50 money flag. Malkovich won the second heat, tak- ing home $50 as Joe Maul of Powell won the money flag. In the third heat, Ty- ler Stahl was the heat win- ner and also won the mon- ey flag for the heat. After three heats, there was a grudge heat as Pay- ton Gonzalez of Greybull won the heat and also won the best of show event and took home $100 and a trophy for winning both events. Derek Hutzenbiel- er of Powell won the mon- ey flag from the heat. In the final heats, Stewart and Dawson Hutzenbieler of Powell both won $100 for winning the heats. "We would like to thank all the businesses that supported us this year and for the participation of the great people all over the Big Horn Basin," Allred said. Mustang Days Rodeo results announced BY PATTI CARPENTER Lovell Riders, Inc. an- nounced the results of the Mustang Days Rodeo that took place at the Lovell Ro- deo Grounds on Saturday, June 28. Though stormy skies threatened the event early in the day, the sun came through in time for an afternoon of fun for lo- cal cowboys, cowgirls and spectators. RESULTS Bareback, Andy Mumm and Skylar Ericson (tie 56 points); Junior Breakaway, Tyler Collingwood (10.5); Mixed Team Roping, Kayleen Chaffee/J.T. Collingwood; Open Team Roping, Tyler Steed/Brady Pinmen (8.3), Casey Nel- son/Bob Herman (8.4); Ladies Breakaway, Cal- li Nelson (5.3), Shannon Shipley (7.5); Junior Bar- rels, Bailey Mullholland (17.3), Dusty Willis (17.5); Pee Wee Barrels, Audry Kramer (22.1), Tweeny Washakie (26.4); Bull Rid- ing, Cory McFarland (65); Saddle Bronc, Ty Purcell (69); Ladies Barrels, Diane DiLorenzo (17.6), Danna Willis (17.7); Tie Down Calf Roping, Tate Edler (16.4); Wild Cow Milking, Nation Livestock Team; Jr. Steer Riding, Jack Steed (69); Merchant Roping, National Auction Team. PATTI CARPENTER Dominique Allred races around the barrels at the Mustang Days Rodeo held in Lovell on Saturday, June 28, at the Lovell Rodeo Grounds. Triathletes gear up for Bighorn Canyon event this Saturday at Horseshoe Bend BY PATrl CARPENTER Athletes are readying themselves to run, bike and swim at Horseshoe Bend this weekend. The Bighorn Canyon Triathlon will take place in conjunction with the annual Friends of Big- horn Lake Celebration on Saturday, July 19, at 7:30 a.m. This will be the fifth year for the triathlon. Race organizer Ben Zeller said he is expecting athletes from all experience levels to participate, includ- ing some who will be partic- ipating in a triathlon for the first time, as well as some who have won the eventin the past. The popular event grew from 26 participants in its first year to more than 130 last year. Based on ear- ly registrations, Zeller said he expects around the same number of participants as last year. Zeller said volunteers are always needed to help at the triathlon. He said those wishing to help should report to the race site at around 6 a.m. The event usually ends at around 11 a.m. and he encourages vol- unteers to reward them- selves with a free boat ride on the lake afterward pro- videcl by members of the Friends of Bighorn Lake and other volunteers. Boat rides are expected to begin at 8 a.m. and will contin- ue through most of the day, weather permitting. Zeller said the swim start will be staggered like last year to allow a bit of el- bowroom for the swimmers at the start of the race. He is also planning to rope off the transition area again this year, so that spectators don't get in the way of the triathletes as they switch gear and transition from one leg of the race to the next. The event will include divisions for men, wom- en and individual youth, as well as teams for adults and kids under the age of 16. He said there will also be age divisions for both men and women this year. The youth division will have two categories, in- cluding one category for youth up to 13 years of age and another category for youth ages 13-16. The youth divisions will include a 400-yard swim, a six-mile bike ride, followed by a 1.5-mile run. He said though the adult race was advertised as an 800-yard swim, a 12-mile bike ride and a three-mile run, recent GPS measure- ments indicate the course is actually 10.6 miles for the bike portion and 3.2 miles for the run. Zeller said the cours- es for the swim, bike and run will be the same as in previous years. He said the water level is now full in Horseshoe Bend. The registration dead- line for the event is July 18 at 11:59 p.m. For more in- formation or an entry form, go to bhlaketriathlon.webs. com or call 254-0344. En- tries can be mailed to Friends of Big Horn Lake, Attn. Ben Zeller, 81 E. Main Street #6, Lovell, WY 82431 or faxed to 548-7994.