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September 10, 2015 I The Lovell Chronicle 9 BY SAM SMITH quarter. The Lovell junior var- The Bulldogs kept sity football squad played things close in the fourth tough but fell to the Big with Nichols punching it Horn Rams 28-25 Satur- in for a one-yard touch- day at home to open up the down run, then Big Horn 2015 season, answered with a one-yard Lovell got on the board run of their own as Lovell first with a Porter Nichols trailed 28-19 after the sue- two-yard run to lead 6-0 cessful two-point eonver- after the first 12 minutes, sion by the Rams. The two-point conversion Lovell added one more attempt failed, score on a 27-yard run by In the second quarter, Nichols to cut the margin Big Horn tied things up to three at 28-25, but Big with a 60-yard touchdown Horn ran out the clock and run, then the Bulldogs re- sealed the victory. sponded with a 10-yard run "I was very impressed by Mikel May. The point-af- with the way they came out ter kick was good by Logan and went after it," coach Hitz and Lovell was up 13-6 Nick DeWitt said. "Our at intermission, running backs were run- In the third quarter,ning hard and our line was Big Horn added two touch- sticking with the blocks down runs of 15 and four and hitting hard." yards as Lovell trailed 20- The Bulldogs host Pow- 13 going into the fourth ell Saturday at 10 a.m. 2A WEST FOOTB, ~,LL Conf. Overall Team W I W L Mtn. View 0 0 1 0 Grevbull 0 O 1 0 "~in~dale 0 0 1 0 Lvman 0 0 0 1 Lovell 0 0 0 1 Bio Piney 0 0 0 1 Kemmerer 0 0 0 1 RESULTS Friday, Sept. 4 Shoshoni 14, Big Piney 13 Greybull over Riverside, forfeit Rawlins 28, Kemmerer 0 Big Horn 42, Lovell 7 Wheatland 47, Lyman 0 Mtn. View 18, Cokeville 15 Pinedale 28, Thermopolis 6 SCHEDULE Friday, Sept. 11 Big Piney at Lovell, 7 p.m. Mtn. View at Greybull, 7 p.m. Pinedale at Kemmerer, 7 p.m. Big Horn at Lyman, 2 p.m. 1A WEST FOOTBALL Conf. Overall Team W L W L ~hoshoni 0 0 1 0 Cokeville 0 0 O 1 Rocky Mtn 0 0 0 1 Burlinaton 0 0 0 1 Riverside 0 0 0 1 Wind River 0 0 0 1 Saratoaa O 0 O 1 Wvo Ir~dian 0 0 0 1 RESULTS Friday, Sept. 4 Lusk 52, Burlington 0 Mtn. View 18, Cokeville 15 Greybull over Riverside, forfeit Lingle 49, Saratoga 13 Tongue River 14, Rocky 7 Moorcroft 61, Wyo. Indian 0 Shoshoni 14, Big Piney 13 Upton/Sundance 67, Wind River 0 SCHEDULE Friday, Sept. 11 Cokeville at Saratoga, 4 p.m. Wyo. Indian at Wind River, 7 p.m. Shoshoni at Rocky, 7 p.m. Burlington at Riverside, 7 p.m. Powell in home opener BY SAM SMITH lot of things to work on and The Lovell eighth-grade they're working hard." football squad fell to the The seventh-grade Powell Cubs 36-14 Tuesdaysquad fell to the Cubs 62-0. in Lovell to open up the 2015 "We have a young season, group," coach RJ May Lovell scored two touch- said. "We're growing and downs against Powell on learning." a 25-yard pass from Aden The Mustangs will trav- Mayes to Thomas Hinek- el to Worland Saturday to ley and a 15-yard pass from face the Braves with the Mayes to Killyan Lockner.eighth-grade game begin- "It was a good, positive ning at 9:30 a.m. and the first game," coach Kevin sixth and seventh wwgrade Walker said. "They've got a game at 11 a.m. in six-man BY SAM SMITH pass from Travis Simmons The Rocky Mountain to Jackson Davis, and the Middle School football Grizzlies didn't look back," squad defeated the Mee- coach Justin Moss said. teetse Longhorns 41-14 in The Grizz will travel a six-man game Friday into Manderson for a scrim- Meeteetse. mage with Cloud Peak and "Rocky scored on its Burlington at 9:30 a.m. first three possessions: a Saturday. Tuesday, Rocky 60-yard run by Brenen will travel to Powell to face Hinckley, a punt return by the Cubs for a 4:15 p.m. Hinckley and a touchdownkickoff. BY SAM SMITH The Rocky JV will face The Lady Grizzlies ju- Greybull today (Thursday) nior varsity volleyball at 5 p.m. in Greybull but squad defeated Meeteetse will not participate in the 25-7, 25-19 Thursday and Big Horn Tournament this then defeated Riverside 25- weekend due to small Hum- 21, 25-15 on Friday to start bers, Honeyman said. the season 2-0. ROCKY FROSH "It was the first time The Rocky freshman some of these girls have volleyball squad defeat- played together," coach ed Riverside in two games Kayla Honeyman said. Friday in Cowley and fell "They did an excellent job to Powell in two games on working together as a team. Tuesday, Sept. 1, also in Their serving was aggres- Cowley. sive and consistent, and The Lady Grizz fresh- they gave themselves many men will also play Greybull hitting opportunities." today (Thursday) at 4 p.m. in home BY SAM SMITH The Rocky Mountain ju- nior varsity football squad played a hard fought game but fell to Billings Skyview 22-14 in the team's season opener Tuesday in Cowley. Rocky's first score came in the second quarter on a 15-yard run by Treyson Frost as the Grizz trailed 20-8 at halftime. The Grizz scored again in the fourth quarter on a five-yard quarterback keeper by Ethan Price to pull within six with sev- en minutes left to go in the game. After Skyview scored on a safety, Rocky got a three and out and a turnover on defense to get the ball back. But the Grizz couldn't get the ball in the end zone and Skyview came away with the victory. Treyson Frost had 17 carries for 87 yards rush- ing, and Ethan Price had six carries for 53 yards. Cole Boardman had 3 for 12 yards. Price was five for 12 passing for 43 yards with Gareth Flowers catching two passes for 17 yards and Dylan Langston catching three for 26 yards. "Coach (Daniel) Robert- son and I were very pleased with the way our kids com- peted," coach Pat Winland said. "They created a turn- over late in the fourth quar- ter and gave our offense an- other chance to score. We learned a lot and hopeful- ly will clean up some things before next week." The Grizz will travel to Greybull Monday for a 5 p.m. kickoff. Tummy time literally gets babies off their backs. It provides a break for the back of their heads and gives babies a chance to strengthen their neck muscles to prepare them for crawling. It also helps them to get ready to push up, roll over, sit up and eventually stand. 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