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Se tember 30, 2021 l The Lovell Chronicle I 13 school Lady Grizzly netters go 7-5 during busy week BY SAM SMITH The Rocky Mountain Middle School volleyball squads enjoyed another busy week of home volley- ball action over the week— end by hosting Burlington Thursday, Ten Sleep Satur- day, Greybull Monday and Cody Tuesday. The Lady Grizz eighth- grade squad defeated Burl— ington 23—21, 15-21, 21—13. The seventh—grade A team defeated the ‘ Lady Huskies 21—15, 21-15, 21-18. The B team defeated Burl— ington 21-16, 21-17, 21—14. .Saturday at home, the Lady Grizz seventh grad— ers defeated Ten Sleep 21- 13, 21—13, 19-21. The B team fell to the Lady Pioneers 21— 9, 21-12, 10—21. Monday in Cowley, the Rocky eighth—grade team defeated the Greybull Lady Buffs 21-17, 14—21, 21— 14 to improve to 7-2 on the season. The seventh-grade A team defeated Greybull 21— 18, 21—13 12-21, and the B team fell to the Lady Buffs 23-25, 21—14, 21-14. The Lady Grizz netters traveled to Cody to face the Fillies Tuesday. The eighth grade fell to Cody 21—9, 21— 8, 21—12. The B team defeat— ed Cody 4-1. The seventh-grade A team fell to the Fillies 21— 11, 21-4, 17—21. The Rocky B team fell 21—9, 21—15, 12-21, 8-21,15—7. LOVELL VOLLEYBALL Thursday at home, the Lovell Middle School eighth—grade volleyball A squad fell to Cody 21—3, 21— 7, 21—4. The B team fell to Cody 21—9, 19-21 and 21—12. The seventh—grade A squad defeated 21-15, 21— 17, 21-16 in Cod Thursday. The B team de eated Cody 21-7, 22-20, 21—15. Saturday in Dayton, the Lady Mustang eighth-grade A squad fell to Tongue Riv— er 25-7, 25-10 and 25—5. The B squad defeated the Lady Eagles 25—10, 25—17 and 25—22. The seventh-grade A team fell to Tongue Riv— er 25-11, 25-12, 15-11. The B squad fell to the Lady Ea- gles 21—16, 21-17,16—14. LOVELL AND ROCKY FOOTBALL The Rocky Moun- tain Middle School eighth— grade football team fell to Cody 34—22 Thursday at home. Clayton Thompson scored two touchdowns in the game, and Triffen Jol— ley scored one. Joaquin Scheeler had both two— point conversions. The seventh-grade squad fell to Cody 14—8, also in Cowley. Mason Moss had the lone score and the two— point conversion for the Grizz. Saturday in Worland, the Grizzly ei hth grad— ers fell to Shos oni 38—30. Thompson had touchdown runs of 63 and 24 yards, and Jolley had a 36-yard touch— down run. Landon Pruett caught a} 43-yard touch— down pass from Scheeler for a score. The Rocky sev- enth—grade squad defeat— ed Shoshoni 38-8. Coo— per Ward broke loose for touchdown runs of 63 and 42 yards, and Mason Twomey scored on a four— yard run. Moss scored on a 26—yard run and Ryan Grant scored on a 46-yard touchdown reception. The Lovell Mustangs eighth—grade football squad fell to Thermopolis 8-6 Saturday in Thermop- olis. Owen Walker caught a pass from Kyle Wilson for the Mustangs lone score. The seventh—grade team defeated Thermopo— lis 8—6. Austin Cook ran in a touchdown, and Rocco Rael found Dean Anderson open for the go—ahead two-point conversron. Tuesday, the Lovell eighth—grade squad de— feated Rocky 30—8. Walk— er caught two touchdown passes of 18 and 12 yards from quarterback Wilson to lead 14—0. The Mustangs scored late in the second quarter on a five—yard run by Kalell Gruell to take a 22—0 lead into halftime. The Grizz scored in the second half on a 35—yard run by Moss. Moss found Pruett in the endzone for the two—point conversion. After the Rocky score, Matthew Newman took the kickoff 65 yards to the house. The Mustangs went on to win by 22. g The Lovell sev- enth—grade team defeat- ed the Grizz 28-0. Cook scored on runs of 40, 52 and 45 yards. Jett Hessen- thaler also had a run of 11 yards and ran in a two- point conversion. Kaeson Anderson also ran in a two- point conversion. LOVELL AND ROCKY CROSS COUNTRY On Thursday, Sept. 23, the Lovell and Rocky Moun- tain middle school cross country squads travelled to Powell to run in a quad meet with Cody and host team Powell participating. The Lovell bo s placed third in the qua with 52 points, nine points behind Cody. Five Mustang runners placed in the top 15 Thurs- day in Powell. Sixth—grad— er Wilson Hendershot was the top runner for Lovell, placing ninth with a time of 14:10. Six. seconds be- hind Hendershot was eighth-grader Cash Wass— mer in 10th at 14:16. “Cash Wassmer was our num- ber-two runner, which was not the case for him as a sixth grader,” coach Joshua Sanders said. ' In 11th was Sam Mayes at 14:20, and 24 seconds be- hind him was eighth—grad- er Jacob Thomas in 12th at 14:44. Jay Mayes placed 15th with a time of 15:01, and Hugh Carpenter placed 18th, coming in at 15:41. Other Mustang run— ners were: Cutler Wilkerson 16:17, Hudson Mickelson 16:28, Anthony Garcia 16:47. The Lovell girls placed third in Powell with a team score of 75 points. Leading the Lady Mus— tangs was sixth-grad— er Caylee Herman, who placed seventh with a time of 14:15. “Caylee Herman is still running strong,” Sanders said. , In 14th was sixth-grad- er Addie Weber, cross- ing the finish line in 15:05. Sixth—grader Juliette Cald— well placed 21st, coming in at 15:40, and eighth—grader Atlee Sanders placed 23rd, finishing the event in 15:53. “Atlee Sanders set a personal record for her- self,” Sanders said. Other Lady Mustang runners were: Kyra Blank 16:16, Jaelen Mayes 16:21, Candace Walk- er, 17:09 (tie), Jaycie Allen 17:09 (tie), Christina Zoll— man 19:38, Amanda Snyder 26:22. > “I was really pleased with some of the kids who have been in the program for three years,” Sand— ers said. “They have really improved their time from their sixth—grade ear. All the runners finis ed the race with aggression. Now they just need to pick up the pace on the first half of the race.” ROCKY MOUNTAIN Seventh—grader Loyning led the Griz— zly boys in Powell with a fourth—place time of 13:04. “Sam Loyning ran 3 Sam good race,” coach Tim Jones said. Dyami Rock placed 16th, crossing the finish line in 15:18. “Dyami Rock worked hard and ran well in Pow— ell,” Jones said. Noah Gilmore placed 33rd, coming in at 18:28, and Jackson Olson placed 37th with a time of 26:58. Leading the Lady Grizz was Darcy Robert- son in 34th place with a time of 18:15. Eighth-grad- er Evynn Alvarez placed 36th in a time of 18:48. Five seconds behind her was eighth-grader Ellie Alvarez in 37th at 18:53. “Ellie and Evynn Alva— rez ran their best times of the year,” Jones said. “We are just working on getting a little better every day. Cross country is a sport that, in order to be suc— cessful, you have to run with a little pain. You have to push your limits to see improvement. “We are trying to push our runners to get com— fortable hurting a little. Life is full of uncomfortable situations. If you can learn to work through them, you have won half the battle. Many people just quit if it gets too difficult. That’s why I enjoy coaching cross country so much. It teaches great life lessons.” The Lovell and Rocky harriers are scheduled to compete at the Worland In- vitational today (Thursday) at 3 pm. 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