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July 17, 2014 I The Lovell Chronicle I 9 PATti CARPENTER Jessee Wilson watches Ashlee Blackburn and Devon Parks battle it out during a co-ed volleyball tournament held on Saturday, July 12, during the Byron Days celebration in the park. Team KJ claims Byron volleyball tourney championship BY SAM SMITH There was a lot of bumping, setting and spik- ing going on at the Byron Days Volleyball Tourna- ment Saturday in Byron. Fourteen teams were split into pools of three or four teams playing two games to 21. The top two teams from each pool ad- vanced to an eight-team single elimination bracket for the championship. After an intense round of pool play, first round and some semifinal games of the tournament, it came down to just two teams left for the championship game, Team KJ and Team Emilee. Team Emilee got out to a great start in game one, defeating team KJ 21-8. But in game two, Team KJ turned things around, de- feating Team Emilee 21- 11 to send the match into a game three. In game three, Team KJ took care of busi- ness and went, on to defeat team Emilee 15-8 to win the tournament. The roster for Team KJ included KJ Blackburn, Leslie Blackburn, Ashlee Blackburn, Lauren Peter- son, Kallee Wilson and Jes- see Wilson. "It was a really good tournament," J. Wilson said. "There were a lot of great teams out here giving 110 percent. I'm proud of all our teammates." The roster for the run- ner-up team, Team Emilee, included Emilee Reasch, Chase Tippetts, Charri McArthur, Brandon Wolv- ington, Eston Croft and Me- gan McClure. "It was a good turnout," Tournament Coordinator Stormy Jameson said. "We had nice weather and ev- eryone had fun." DAVID PECK Rick Evelo powers through some thrown paint during the Byron Days "Color Run" Saturday morning. Evelo was running the men's 5K. The paint made for a colorful finish for the runners. Dickson, Caldwell win Byron Days 5K fun run, Caldwell and Twitchell win mile BY SAM SMITH Fifty-six runners par- ticipated in the Byron Days Color Fun Run Saturday in Byron. Those who agreed were blasted with powdered paint at various stages of the race, resulting in a col- orful finish to fit the cele- bration's theme: Color Your World. AJ Dickson won the Men's 5K with a time of 19:41 while Darren Bal- lard came in second with a time of 20:28. Brent Snyder came in third with a time of 20:47, and Josh Sanders came in fourth, just six sec- onds off Snyder's time at 20:53, while Darren Elder placed fifth at 23:58. Jaclyn Caldwell won the Women's 5K with a time of 23:59 while Chan- da Winterholler took sec- ond, recording a time of 25:30. Lauren Mitchell took third with a time of 26:39 with Jessica Caldwell tak- ing fourth at 27:02. Sere- na Hessenthaler and Jen- ny Noall tied for fifth with a time of 27:57. James Caldwell won the Men's Mile with a time of 6:27, just two seconds ahead of Brian May, who recorded second-place time of 6:29. Brenden Lundberg took third with a time of 7:11. Katrina Twitchell won the Women's Mile with a time of 7:33 while Grace Wassmer took second at 8:02. Jill Carpenter place d third with a time of 8:06. Here are the complete results from the Byron Col- or/Fun Run: Women's Mile 13 and Under: Katrina Twitchell 7.33, Grace Wassrner 8.02, Patti Sanders 8:47, Adessa Lundberg 10:12, Co- lette Sanders 10:13, Brooklyn Walker 11.01, Alex Walker 12:14, Miriah Berry 12:48, Haley Sanders 13.25, Candace Walker 14:36. 14 - 20: caitlyn Lundberg 8:21. 20 - 39: Jill Carpenter 8:06, Aubrey Walker 14.36, Kylie Daniels 15'36, Jill Evelo 15:36, Kristi Daniels 15:36. 40 and above: Wynter Stein/2:59, Jen Abraham 15"38. Men's Mile :13 and under: James Caldwell 6:27, Brenden Lundberg 7:11, Carter Lundberg 7"38, Justin Dausrnan 7:48, CJ Undsay 7:55, cameron Carpenter 7:56, Quin carpenter 8:18. 20- 39: Peter Sanders 13"25. 40 and Above: Brian May 6.29. Women's 5K 13 and Under: Lauren Mitchell 26.39, Paige Bischoff 28.27, Tayliah Anderson 34'26. 14 - 20: Jaclyn Caldwel123:59, Jessica Caldwel127:02, Kourtney Dooner 40:44. 20 - 39: Chanda Winterholler 25"30, Serena Hessenthaler 27:57; Jenny Noal127:57, Kjirstyn Welch 34:45, Toil Anderson 34:46, Haley Harrison 40:44, Kee Elder 48:57, Amy Wilson 52:29. 40 and Amve: Echo Caldwel128.03, Tami Asay 34.38, Sherri Rageth 34"39. Men's 5K 13 and under: Jadeth Elder 52:16. 14 - 20: AJ Dickson 19:41, Brent Snyder 20:47, Logan Hitz 27:10. 20 - 39: Darren Ballard 20:28, Josh Sanders 20:53, Darren Elder 23:58, Rick Evelo 27:20, Drew Wilson 39:49. 40 and Above: Ken sabath 27.00, Dr. Brendan FzSimmons 27"25, Bret George 30:37. NBH Minors all-stars start district tourney with big win BY SAM SMITH The Little League Dis- trict Tournament kicked off Tuesday in Mountain View with the North Big Horn Minor League all-stars fac- ing off with Bridger Val- ley, while the Majors stars were to face Kemmerer on Wednesday. The North Big Horn 9-10-year-old all-stars started off the tournament against Bridger Valley stars Tuesday, defeating the host team 21-9 in five innings. "We jumped out to a early lead (11-0) and then withstood a late rally for the win," North Big Horn manager Ryan Mangus said. "We got strong 15itch- ing from Dallen Mangus, who had six strikeouts in two innings. Our hitting was very good. Many kids had multiple hits and RBIs. Ralph Moreno and Jacob Mangus had three and four RBIs, respectively. It was a good game and good start to the tourney." The North Big Horn team awaits the winner of the Wednesday game be- tween Rock Springs and Kemmerer today (Thurs- day) at 4 p.m. for a spot in the championship game Saturday at noon. The roster for the North Big Horn Minors all-star team includes Dallen Man- gus, Tyson Christensen, Bishop Trainor, Kobe May, Ryan McNiven, William Spann, Ralph Moreno, Chance Abraham, Bo Ar- nold, Jayden Snyder, Na- than Minemyer and Der- ek Parks. Ryan Mangus is the manager, and Brandon Mangus and Kelly Spann are assistant coaches. MAJOR LEAGUE On Wednesday morning, the Big Horn 11-12-year-old all-stars met Kemmerer in the first round of the district tour- nament, also in Mountain View. The winner will face the Lander-Powell win- ner at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the semifinals. The los- er will play Thursday at 10 a.m. in a loser-out game. Members of the Big Horn all-star team are Kaleb Snyder, Jordan Vasquez, Trevor Jewell, Ty- ler Nichols, Branson Robin- son, AnaMia Davila, Zane Horrocks, Trace Moss and Jess Wambeke from the North Big Horn program, Jordan Mautz and Kelvin Williamson from the Grey- bull/Basin program and Dante Garza from the Otto team. Jason Sumaya is the manager, and Justin Moss and Stacy Horrocks are as- sistant managers. DAVID PECK Jonathan Allred runs the bases while playing kickball at the Byron baseball park Saturday afternoon. Looks like he blew a shoe with a mighty kick. Batwings win first Byron Days kickball tourney BY SAM SMITH Three teams participat- ed in the first annual Byron Days Kickball Tournament Saturday at the Byron Lit- tle League Baseball Field. In the championship game, the Batwings team defeated Your Mom's Fa- vorite 15-2 to win the tournament. The roster for the Batwings team includ- ed Darren Ballard, Les- lie George, Spur, Payton, Dylan, Cordell, Brandon, Kailyn and Mike, with no last names provided by organizers., "It was .an aw, esome tournament," Ballard said. "Everyone had fun whether we won or lost," George said. Members of the run- ner up team, Your Mom's Favorite, were Spencer Bates, Caleb Brown, Ma- honri Brown and "Sean, Jake, Pam, Courtney, and Karen," with no last names provided. Babe Ruthers off to tournament The Lovell/North Big Horn Babe Ruth all-stars will travel to Worland this week for the District Four Tournament to be played at Newell Sargent Park. Lovell will play one game Thursday and two games Friday in the round-robin style tournament. Lovell will play Riverton Thursday at 4 p.m., Powell at 1 p.m. Friday and host Worland at 4 p.m. Friday. The top two teams will advance to the state tournament July 23-26 in Green River. A possible tie-breaking game is set for Saturday at 9 a.m. Members of the Lovell/ North Big Horn team are Logan Hitz, Ethan Hessenthaler, Spur Hackney, Will Lillard, Jeremy McQuery, Logan Nunn, Mikel May, Ethan Price, Dylan Langston, Kaelan Snell, Brendan Roman, Ross Padilla, Juan Rivera, Tanner Brinklow and Wyatt Horrocks. Coaching the team are Braden and Lynn Hitz. Hunter safety class starts Aug. 5 in Lovell BY PATTI CARPENTER Sheriff Ken Black- burn will be teaching a hunter safety class, start- ing on Aug. 5, at the Fire Hall, in Lovell. The class- es will take place on Tues- days and Thursdays, from 6 - 8 p.m., and will run for three weeks. There will also be one Saturday class to be arranged. The course will cov- er animal identification, outdoor ethics and surviv- al, laws specific to hunt- ing and gun safety. The law requires anyone born after 1966 to take the course before applying for a license to hunt but oth- ers born before that date can take the class. There is a $10 fee for the class. Space is limit- ed to 25 participants and is already half full, so advance signup is high- ly recommended. Partici- pants can sign up on the Wyoming Game and Fish website www. http://wgfd. wyo.gov/web2011/home. aspx. For more information call 548-6186. SCREENPRINTING EMBR00DERY SIGNS Aw'A-RD S PROMO-TIONAL PRODUCTS CARHARTr STORE BIG HORN ENGRAVING & SIGN 320 W. 7 th SUPPORTING YOUTH FOR 30 YEARS (4/17tfnc) ,i July 23, 2014 and 0000owAro, v,,. July 30, 2014 Appoinimen, on,,/,imiled space I/llOPRAcTIC 223 E. Main St., Lovell, WY, 307-548-9338