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September 13, 2012 J The Lovell Chronicle J9 New course challenges Lovell runners BY MERYK MCARTHUR A first for the Lovell cross country team was attending the Wayne Chancy Memorial Invita- tional last Friday in Gil- lette. Racing first were the middle school girls. Jazmyn See ran a time of 15:25, followed close- ly by Karlee Burton, who ran 15:33. Next came Me- gun Corn/a, crossing the line at 16:27, and Meyja McArthur, who pushed for 16:57. Sage Mickelson ran with a time of 17:34, improving her time by 21 seconds. Results for middle school boys were Mi- chael May running with a time of 19:51, Ben Cor- nia pounding out a 15:02, Brenden Lundberg 14:21, 13:59 for Kyle Wolvington and Brent Snyder placing 15th with a time of 12:44. Snyder was named runner of the week. Some of the runners wanted to share their opinion of the meet. Ben Cornia said, "I liked the course a lot. It was fun. I felt good about beating my personal best." Bren- den Lundberg thought, "It was hard...but I'm glad we went." Lundberg beat his personal best by 24 sec- onds. The junior varsity girls race quickly trailed the middle school boys. All the girls were very close. Mackenzie Jue ran a time of 28:33, pursued by Cait- lyn Lundberg with a 28:50 and Afton George running a flat 29:00. George im- proved her time by near- ly 30 seconds on a harder course. High school students participating in the JV boys race were Michael Steiner running 23:11, Derek Phelps with a 26:12 and Konner Davis pulling off28:51. "[The course] was good; it was wild!," Davis said. He enjoyed running at Gillette. Meryk McAr- thur of thevarsity girls ran a 23:35 while AJ Dick- son, running for varsity boys, ran a time of 18:15. Dickson was named run- ner of the week last week for his high placement in COURTESY PHOTO Lovell eighth-grader Jazmyn See works to pull away from a pack during the Wayne Chaney Memorial in Gillette Friday. The Lovell harriers will travel to Cody today (Thursday) and run at the Rocky Mountain Invitational Monday at Foster Gulch. the Billings Invitational. Of the meet Coach Ca- leb Sanders said, "We've never done [this] course before. It was creative; [the] former runners would've loved it." On the creativity McArthur stat- ed, "I enjoyed the race, es- pecially running through the trees and bushes. But the hills wiped me out." Still, the coaches were very impressed with the overall performance of the team. Coach Bret George stated, "[The] course was really tough. /I'm] very happy with people's times on such a difficult course." Gillette's high school race is slightly longer than Billings, so even a consis- tent time is noteworthy. Comfort Heating and Air Tom Anderson - Manager (307) 568-2082 LENNOX REBATES up to $1,375 Some restrictions apply. Call for details! ON A HOME HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEM 24 HOUR SERVICE ALL MAKES AND MODELS Despite the obstacles of the course, George said of the meet, "The tempera- ture was perfect; a light breeze definitely helped." Gillette's course weaved, wound and overlapped, creating what Sanders said was "a more physi- cal race." It was also con- venient for the coaches to check on runners and eas- ier for the team members to cheer their teammates on at different points of the course. The kids had fun splashing water on their team members while they ran. Wrapping up the Wayne Chaney Memorial Invite, Sanders noted, "To see the improvement in most of the runners, with the added travel time, was encouraging and motivat- ing." This week on Thursday is the Cody Invitational at 4 p.m. in Cody, followed by the Rocky Mountain Invi- tational Monday at the Foster Gulch Golf Course at 4:30 p.m. RELY Choose insurance from the home-grown company that has covered its Wyoming neighbors for more than 60 years. 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Sports Calendar Thursday, Sept. 13 MS/HS cross country - Rocky and Lovell at Cody, 4 p.m. MS volleyball - Cloud Peak at Rocky, 4 p.m. MS football - Rocky at Cloud Peak, 4 p.m. HS volleyball - Greybull at Rocky, 5 (JV) and 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14 HS golf - Lovell at Thermopolis Invitational, noon HS volleyball - Lovell at Riverside, 2, 3, 4 p.m. MS volleyball - Rocky at Burlington, 4 p.m. HS football - Riverside at Rocky Mtn., 4 p.m. HS football - Lovell at Lyman, 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15 HS golf - Lovell at Thermopolis Invitational, 9 a.m. HS volleyball - Rocky and Lovell at Thermopolis Tournament MS volleyball - Lovell 7 th at Worland with Thermop, 9:30 a.m. MS volleyball - Lovell 8 th at GreybuU with Worl and Therm, 9:30 a.m. MS football - Lovell at Thermopolis, 9:30 a.m. MS football - Rocky at Burlington, 10 a.m. JV football - Lovell at Thermopolis, 11 a.m. MS volleyball - Meeteetse at Rocky Mtn., 1:30 p.m. College football - Cal Poly at Wyoming, 4 p.m. (no TV) Monday, Sept. 17 MSIHS cross country - Rocky Mtn. Invitational, Foster Gulch, 4:30 p.m. JV football - Rocky at Powell, 5 p.m. Pro football - Denver Broncos at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Tuesday, Sept. 18 MS volleyball - Burlington at Lovell, 4:15 p.m. HS volleyball -- Lovell at Cody, 4, 5, 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20 MSIHS cross country - Rocky at Bobcat Invite, Thermop, 3 p.m. MS volleyball - Greybull at Lovell, 4:15 p.m. MS football- Lovell at Powell, 4:15 p.m. MS volleyball - Rocky at Cody, 4:15 p.m. HS volleyball - Lovell at Rocky, 5 (JV), 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21 HS golf - Class 2A State Tournament, Lovell, 9:30 a.m. MS volleyball - Meeteetse at Rocky, 1:30 p.m. HS football - Wind River at Rocky, 4 p.m. HS football - Mtn. View at Lovell, 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22 HS golf - Class 2A State Tournament, Lovell, 9:30 a.m. MS football - Greybull at Rocky, 9:30 a.m. MS football - Lovell at Tongue River, 9:30 a.m. MS volleyball - Lovell 7 th at Cody vs. Cody and Powell, 9:30 a.m. MS volleyball - Lovell 8 th vs. Cody and Powell in Loveil, 9:30 a.m. MS volleyball - Ten Sleep at Rocky, 10 a.m. Freshman football - Powell at Lovell, I ! a.m. HS volleyball - Rocky at Thermopolis, I, 2 p.m. College football--Wyoming at Idaho, 3 p.m. (ESPN3) On behalf of the 9'ers 4H club we would like to thank all the buyers and contributors to the 2012 Big Horn County Fair Livestock Sale! This was by far the best sale in years!! 4H Member Aspen Thomas Payton Thomas Shelby Wardell Nathan Hatch Larissa Tippetts Baylie Mulholland Masey Tippetts Zeb Layne Kaitlin Stevens Jennifer Parker Kayley Hards Dawson Wood Lane Herman Gavin Wilske Mary Schwope Justin Dausman Sable Angell Caden Welling Dakota Bond Cassi Colvin Kyler Marchant Nyckalas Harvey Dusty Miller Product Buyer/Add on Market Hog Mark & Amy Hoyt Market Hog Terralogics Market Hog American Colloid/ Queen Bee Gardens Market Hog Engineering Associates Market Hog Park Co. Implement Market Lamb Western Security Market Hog Market Hog Market Lamb Market Hog Market Lamb Market Lamb Market Lamb Market Lamb Market Hog Market Lamb Market Lamb Bank of Billings/Shawn Porter Market Hog Fremont Motors Powell Murdoch Oil/WG Concrete Fremont Motors Powell/Branding Iron Dr. Jimmy Biles/J&E Irrigation Dana Harris/Queen Bee Gardens American Colloid Big Horn Rural Electric/Riverton Livestock Red Apple Supermarket CZ Supervision Cody Country/Lawson Products/Moody Farms American Colloid/ Perkins Show Lambs Ayer Pole and Post/ Lemond/Perkins Show Lambs/Fremont Motors Market Hog Lowe Roofing/Brand Above Real Estate/4N Trucking Market Lamb J & S Signs/Pete Bratt Agency/Brand Above Real Estate Market Lamb Millers Fabrication Market Goat S & L Industrial Market Lamb Red Apple Supermarket Leaders: Becky and Andy Perkins Keri & Brian Merrill Trish Croft Tammy Bond Corey & Lydia Wood Todd Herman Melvin Layne Jennifer Fink