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CHRONICLE August 13, 2015 I The Lovell Chronicle 19 DAVID PECK Runner Zane Horrocks tries to run for the goal line in a touch-football scrimmage game in the Little Grizz Football Camp Wednesday, July 29, in Cowley, as Ethan Crawford and Trevor Jewell attempt to touch the runner. DAVID PECK Trace Moss and Kobe May attempt to touch runner Max Cooley during the Little Grizz Football Camp Wednesday, in Cowley. DAVID PECK Taylor Winland attempts to touch runner Eli Estes in a touch-football scrimmage game during the Little Grizz Football Camp Wednesday, in Cowley. BY SAM SMITH The fall season is just around the corner for Lovell High School and Rocky Mountain High School sports teams as foot- ball, volleyball, golf and cross country practices be- gin Monday, Aug. 17. Practice starts for the Lovell Bulldogs football team Aug. 17 with two ses- sions: 6:30-7:30 a.m. and 4 to 6:30 p.m. at the Lovell High School practice field. Lovell will hold a blue and white scrimmage on Satur- day, August 22, from 6-8 p.m. at Kevin P. Robertson Memorial Stadium. The Bulldogs will host Buffa- lo Saturday, Aug. 29, for a week zero game against the Bison at noon. Doug Hazen will be the head coach for the Bulldogs this year with Bob We- ber as the assistant coach. Coach Weber said the Bull- dogs will have two new as- sistant coaches this year, Nick DeWitt and Jennifer Gardener. The Rocky Mountain Grizz will begin practice on Aug. 17 with two sessions, beginning at 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. Rocky will travel to a jamboree in Worland on Friday, Aug. 28. David Hayes will be the head coach for the Grizz this year and assisting him IS are Tobee Christiansen, Pat Winland and Daniel Robertson. VOLLEYBALL The Lady Bulldogs vol- leyball squad will prac- tice Aug. 17 from 6-8 a.m. at the Lovell High School track and at 3-5 p.m. at the Johnny Winterholler Gymnasium. Coach Stormy Jameson said the girls need to have their physicals before the first practice or they will not be allowed to practice. Jameson will coach the Lady Bulldogs this year. Tiffani Anderson will coach the JV team and Angela Butler will coach the fresh- man team. The Lady Grizzlies volleyball team will begin its fall practice Monday, Aug. 17, with two sessions, 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Rocky Mountain Middle/ High School Gym. Jamie Cooley returns to coach the Lady Grizz this year. Kayla Honeyman will coach the JV and Jennifer Steed the freshman. Lovell and Rocky Moun- tain will host the North Big Horn Volleyball Invitation- al on Aug. 28-29 with var- sity matches being held at Rocky Mountain and JV at Lovell. GOLF The Lovell golf team will begin practice Aug. 17 at the Foster Gulch Golf Course at 4:30 p.m. Lovell will open the season in Powell Thursday, Aug. 20, then in Cody Friday, Aug. 21, for the Cody-Powell In- vitational with a tee time to be announced. Craig Lundberg will be the head coach for the Bull- dogs this year. CROSS COUNTRY The Lovell middle school and high school har- riers will start practice Aug. 17 at 8 a.m. at the LHS gymnasium, gearing up for the Billings Invita- tional Friday, Sept. 4, at 4 p.m. Caleb Sanders will be the head coach for Lovell this year and assisting him is Bret George. The Grizz also start practice on Aug. 17 at coach John Bernhisel's house at 6 p.m. Rocky will travel to Cody Friday, Aug. 28, for the Cody Invitational at 4 p.m. Bernhisel will be the head coach for the Grizz this year and assisting him will be Tim Jones. All of the Rocky Moun- tain High School squads will come together on Thursday, Aug. 20, for a meet-the-squad night at 6 p.m. at RMM/HS. Physicals are required for all sports. BY SAM SMITH Twenty-four golfers participated in the Fos- ter Gulch Club Champi- onships Saturday at the Foster Gulch Golf Course. Mike Kitchen won first place in the gross scoring championship flight and Steve Revill took second. Rod Winland took first in net scoring. In the first flight, Randy Wacker took first in gross scoring and Rus- sell Wilkerson took sec- ond. Todd Baxendale took first in net. Brad Baxendale won the second flight in gross and second went to Pat Parmer. Dave Hayes took first in net. Bill Baxendale won the third flight in gross and second went to Rick Eades. Bruce Wolsey won the flight in net and sec- ond went to Jay Bischoff. Flag prize winners were: Steve Revill, Kade Baxendale, Rick Eades, Todd Baxendale, Pat Winland, John Wilson, Tim Jones, Russell Wilk- erson, Bill Baxendale, Pat Parmer, Neil Baxendale and Mike Kitchen. Deuces were earned by Neil Baxendale and Kade Baxendale. Personnel with the Wy- oming Game and Fish have confirmed the presence of a grizzly bear in residential areas just north of Cody. Game and Fish has not pre- viously documented grizzly bears in this area and land- owners in the vicinity are urged to remain aware and report sightings or bear ac- tivity to the Cody Game and Fish office. Game and Fish staff is actively inves- tigating the situation and is taking action to resolve conflicts. Large Carnivore Biolo- gist Luke Ellsbury respond- ed to a call Sunday morn- ing reporting that a bear had gotten into garbage at a residence five miles north of Cody. "Tracks at the lo- cation confirmed a grizzly bear had been in the area," Ellsbury said. "Yesterday morning Game and Fish re- ceived and verified several additional reports of a bear getting into garbage at resi- dences near the Cottonwood bear activity Creek drainage." "People should be aware that a grizzly bear may be present in residential areas along the Cottonwood Creek drainage north of Cody and take appropriate precau- tions," Ellsbury said. "For the time being, we are ask- ing property owners to se- cure attractants such as gar- bage and livestock feed to reduce the likelihood of the bear being drawn to a specif- ic area. Game and Fish rec- ommends that those in the area travel in groups, carry bear spray and make noise to alert a bear of your pres- ence." Property owners and residents are asked to report instances of bear activity to the Cody Game and Fish of- fice at 307-527-7125. "As always, we thank the pub- lic for their support and ap- preciate their cooperation during our investigations while we try to resolve any potential issues between bears and humans," Ells- bury said.