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! www. LovellCh ronicle.com July 29, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 13 BRAD DEVEREAUX Cameron Frates chips her ball from the fairway to the green on the 18th hole at the Pioneer Day tournament Friday at Foster Gulch Golf Course. BY BRAD DEVEREAUX A double-elimination volleyball tournament added to the fun during Pioneer Day at the Cowley Park Satur- day. According to organizer Carol Mc- Millin, eight teams competed at the sand courts in Cowley. The C Team, made up of Derik Ras- mussen, Tobee and Jenny Christens- en, Kobi and Kandei Christensen and Shaylee and Ben Kearsley, covered the court well enough to take home the championship title at the 2010 Pioneer Day Volleyball Tournament in Cowley Saturday. Tiffany's Team took second place after a long-fought battle against the eventual champs. Going undefeated up until the championship round, Tif- fany's Team and The C Team played six games to 15 points to determine the winner. Tiffany's Team consisted of Angie Dausman, Tiffany Brost, Nick Sponsel, Jordan Hitz, Israel Garcia and Spencer Clark. T-shirts were provided by the Pio- neer Day Committee and given to mem- bers of the championship team. Jordan Hitz gets a dig during an tournament Saturday in Cowley. took second overall. BP~D DEWReAUX intense match at the volleyball Hitz was on the C Team, which rll BY BRAD DEVEREAUX Hadley Fowler. KC Click and Jared Cribbs came out on top at the Pioneer Day Golf Tournament Friday at Foster Gulch Golf Course. where 18 teams competed for flag prizes and bragging rights. Other results are as fol- lows: A flight - Charlie Cool- ey, Rod Winland, Pat Win- land, 1st. Eric Honeyman, Josh Sponsel, Nicholas Sponsel, 2nd. B flight - Kade Bax- endale, Chris Bryson, Bill Baxendale, 1st. Scott Asay, Vicky Asay, Veronica Flood. 2nd. Deuces - Cleve Wilson, Russell Wilkerson, Bruce Jolley, 1st. Jared Cribbs, KC mer, Lynette Frost, Julie Frost. 4th. Charlie Cooley, Rod Winland. Pat Winland, 5th. Flag prizes: Men - Pat Winland, closest to pin in one on hole two; KC Click, closest in two on hole three; Brad Wolving- ton, long drive in fairway on hole five; Tyler Angell, clos- est to pin in one on hole sev- en; Todd Welch, long putt on hole eight; Dave Hayes, long drive in fairway on hole 9. Women - Lynette Frost, closest to pin in one on hole two; Pat Parmer, closest to pin in one on hole seven; BY DAVID PECK The team of Roger Templin and Scott Asay golfed and pitched their way to the championship of the 2010 Pitch 'n Putt Golf and Horse- shoe Tournament held Saturday at Foster Gulch Golf Course. Templin and Asay combined for a score of 89 and the title. Plac- ing second was the team of Kenny Gunn and Billy Brewer, 97, fol- lowed by Mike Kitchen and Mike McCollam in third with a score of awarded. One of the highlights of Sat- urday's tournament was a hole- in-one shot by Mike McCollam on Hole Number Two using a 7 iron. "I saw it bounce and I said, 'I think it went in the hole," Boutelle said. "It was pretty cool." Added McCollam about his ace, "I saw it bounce and disappear. It was real exciting." The tournament is held annu- ally as part of a fund-raising effort 102. Placing fourth was the duo of for the Northwest College Agricul- Jerry Haire and George Preis, 103, ture Dept. each year for students followed by Mike Samuels and from Park and Big Horn Counties. Rodney Boutelle at 108. Participants play golf and pitch Individual awards presented horseshoes throughout the 18- were as follows: hole round. The horseshoe score is Best Men's Golfer: Mike Kitch- subtracted from the golf score and Vicky Asay, long drive inen, 76. combined with a two-person team. fairway on hole nine. Best Women's Golfer: Pat Par- Teams are selected by a blind Mixed - Nick Sponsel, mer, 83. draw. closest to line on drive on Best Men's Horseshoes: Roger Rick Parmer said the organiz- DAVID hole one; Pat Parmer, clos- Templin, 52. ers would like to thank all of the Mike McCollam was all smiles after ! t Click, Hadley Fowler, 2nd. est to hoop on drive on holeBest Women's Horseshoes: businesses that have donated tostroking a hole-in-one during the Pitch Don Strom, Jimmy Graham, four; Russell Wilkerson, long Vic Asay, 27. the scholarship fund and the tour- 'n Putt golf and horseshoe tournament John Strom, 3rd. Pat Par-putt on hole six. variety of flag prizes were nament this year. 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