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October 1, 2015 The Lovell Chronicle 9 DAVID PECK Rocky Mountain senior halfback Cordell McFarlane breaks free for a big gainer against the Saratoga Panthers on Sept. 18 as Zac Zier (74) blocks. The Grizz travel to Wind River this Friday for a 6 p.m. kickoff. Grizz go toe to toe with defending champions BY DAVID PECK Cokeville is always a game that is circled on the schedule for a team hoping to compete at a high level in Class 1A, ll-man football. The Rocky Mountain Griz- zlies certainly had Sept. 25 circled on their sched- ule as a critical game against. the defending state champions. This year, with both Cokeville and Rocky Mountain having already fallen to the Shoshoni Wranglers, Friday’s game in Cokeville was import- ant for playoff seeding and team pride, and after a hard-fought contest the hometown Panthers car- ried the day 21-12. The loss probably means the Rocky Moun- tain Grizzlies will have to open the playoffs on the road, but coach Da— vid Hayes said the Grizz were far from dismayed after playing well Friday afternoon, despite the fi-- nal score. “It was a great game to coach,” Hayes said. “We, as coaches, enjoyed the challenge to match wits with one of the best coaching staffs in high school history. The game was full of emotion as each play was filled with excitement. As a coach- ing staff, it’s fun to coach with these guys and work as a team to make adjust- ments. We were success- ful Friday.” Hayes said Cokeville jumped out to a 14-0 lead with two touchdowns in the first quarter, but the Grizz battled back and scored a touchdown on a one-yard run by Cord- ell Mc'Farlane to trim the deficit to 14-6 at halftime (conversion failed). The Grizz shut out Cokeville for the second consecutive quarter in the third and scored a touchdown on a halfback pass from McFarlane to Cole Simmons. Again, the conversion failed, but Rocky was back in it, trailing 14-12. Rocky could not reach the end zone again, and Cokeville added an insur- ance touchdown to win 21-12. “When the Grizz fell down 14-0 to start the game, it was like “Wow! Here we go again,” but no, the Grizz buckled down and played hard,” Hayes said. “We out- scored the Panthers 12-7 for the last three quar- ters. At one point in the third quarter we were driving, down two (14-12) SOUTHERN BLACK HILLS - FALL RIVER COUNTY, SD ABSOLUTE REAL ESTATE AUCTION 7 PRIME RESIDENTIAUCOMMERCIAUDEVELOPMENT PROPERTIES IN HOT SPRINGS, SD “SELLER FINANCING OFFERED”! WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 10:30 AM Registration at 9:30 AM Auction held at the Mueller Civic Center. 801 S. 6th street, Hot Springs, SD Call 605/673-2629 or watch www.bradcenauciton.com for complete list of properties, photos, showing dates and terms. Pamela Massat has built an attractive package of rental property. Most are occupied by good, long term tenants. 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Our goal is to improve each week, and yes, we defi—- nitely improved. It was so encouraging to see our team grow and improve.” McFarlane finished with 98 yards on 14 car- ries, Gehrig Sweat 22 yards on five attempts. Cole Wambeke complet- ed six of 14 passes for 87 yards, with Cole Sim- mons catching four pass- es for 47 yards. “We moved the ball well at times, picking up chunks of yards running and passing the ball,” he said. “We had several big opportunities to score but just missed. The offense played well and brought intensity. We just need to finish plays and drives. When we do this we are ed several turnovers and stopped Cokeville in key situations. “As for special teams, our teams had a solid day, keeping the Pan- thers from having big re- turns in their kicking and punt return games. This is key for field position.” Cokeville did not pro- vide defensive statis- tics, but Hayes said Wy- att Horrocks played well, forcing and recovering a fumble, and Tristan J ew- ell and Ethan Price had interceptions. The Grizz will play their second straight conference road game when they travel to Pa- villion Friday to take on the Wind River Cougars. Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. Wind River has been up and down this year so far. The Cougars fell to Upton/Sundance 67-0, then turned around and crushed Wyoming Indian 55-0 at home. They fell /\ 01AM. BUILDING CORP. to Riverside at home 42- 12 and won by forfeit last week over Burlington, who couldn’t field a team. “Last Friday we saw a hungry Grizzly team,” Hayes said. “We will be OK down the stretch.” explosive.” The Grizzly defense was solid, Hayes said. “The defense had to continually adapt to Cokeville’s game,” he said. “They are tough to stop, but the Grizz hung BIG HORN COUNTY VACANCYANNOUNCEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMNT COORDINATOR Big Horn County is seeking to fill the position of Emergency Management Coordinator. Primary areas of responsibility are to direct planning and emergency response and operations according to federal, state and local requirements. Will be responsible for training, implementation of emer- gency planning, maintaining, updating and overseeing County emergency operation plans, preparing a budget for the County Commission, prepar— ing reports, writing and managing state and federal grants and providing information to the public. 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The girls trav- elled to Shoshoni to take on the Lady Wranglers on Saturday, losing all three sets 25-19, 25-18 and 25-18. “It was a long week of no games and while we were able to practice on things we needed to work on, it didn’t real- ly reflect on the court in Shoshoni,” said coach Stormy Jameson. “Se- nior co-captain Mykelle Nichols was not able to attend the game over the weekend due to a previ- ously scheduled event, so we were forced to play a little out of position. Sho- shoni had too many of- fensive threats that we were not able to contain.” Game stats: Karlie Keller four kills, 12 digs and one ace; Savanna Savage three kills, three digs and two blocks; BUILDING SPECIALS: 30’x48’x14’ ' $17,756 42’x72’x16’ ' $27,987 60’x104’x17’ ' $54,455 Building pictured is not priced in ad. Crew travel closing in on 100,000 Buildings Sold More than 37 years in business arid still going strong! Kaitlyn Mickelson two kills, one dig, one ace and two blocks; Mandi J o Baxendale two kills; Try- sa Flood four digs; Char- ri McAIthur two kills, three digs, two aces, eight assists and two blocks; Madison Harper one kill and 14 digs; Ken- dra Price two kills, two digs and two blocks and Shelby Wardell six digs. The girls have a busy week ahead with one away game and two games at home. They will host Thermopolis on Thursday night for games at 4, 5 and 6 p.m. On Friday, they will travel to Lander with games at 1, 2 and 3 p.m. They will host the Lady Broncs from Cody on Sat- urday, with games at 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m. “We look forward to getting back on track with another week of practices and a busy weekend of three games next weekend,” said Jameson. CALL US FORA FREE CONSULTATION! Cody, WY 307-587-5493 FEATURING: FABRAL BHC School District No. 1 Board, 2nd Tuesday, board room, 7 PM BHC School District No. 2 Board (Lovell), 2nd Monday, board room, 7 PM BHC Treasurer at County Annex, 15! and 3rd Thursday each month, AM 1 PM Big Horn Basin chapter of Gold Prospec‘ tors Association of America, Skyline Cafe in Powell, 2nd Tuesday, 7 PM, 754-5921. Big Horn County 4-H Leader’s Council, IstMonday, Extension Office on Hwy. 310, 6:30 PM Big Horn County Weed and Pest montth board meeting, 2nd Tuesday, 12:30 PM, W&P office at 4782 Hwy. 310, Greybull. Byron Lions Club, 548-7543. Cancer Support Group, 3rd Thursday, 7 PM, NHCC multi-purpose room. Community Garden Club, 2nd Thursday, Big Horn Federal, 7 PM Cowley Riding Club, 3rd Monday, 7 PM, 307-664-2235. Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce gen- eral membership meeting, 3rd Monday, noon, place tba. Lovell Bulldog Booster Club, 3rd Wednesday, Big Horn Federal Hospital- ity Room, 7 PM. Friends of the Library, 2nd Wednesday, Lovell Library, 4:00 PM Contact Linda Mangus, 548-2031. Lovell Library Family History Time, every Monday, 1-4 PM ' Lovell Library Story Time, every Tuesday, 10:30 AM Lovell Riders, Inc. meeting, Ist Friday, mm FDIC Insured Community Calendar CLUB and BOARD MEETINGS Greybull, Powell, Thermopolis, Cody, Worland, Lovell 7 PM, call 548-9918 for location. Lovell Town Council, 2nd Tuesday, Town Hall, 7 PM Lovell Woman‘s Club, 2nd Wednesday, Big Horn Federal Hospitality Room, 1 PM Contact Deanna Wagner, 548-7793. North Big Horn County Health Coalition, 3rd Tuesday, noon, rotating locations, 548-6410. North Big Horn Hospital Hometown Healthy Living, Ist Tuesday, 7-10 AM, at NBHH. Ostomy Support Group meeting, 2nd Tuesday, 6 - 8 PM, North Fork room, West Park Hospital in Cody. Pindroppers Quilt Club, check Mayes Fabric for details. TOPS WY169, every Thursday, St. John's Episcopal Church basement in Powell, 6 PM 664-2394 TOPS Wyo 318, every Tuesday, 5:30 PM, New Horizons Care Center Tri-Mountain View Masonic Lodge, 2nd Thursday, dinner 6:30 PM, lodge meet- ing 7:30 PM WyDOT Driver Licensing Facility open in Lovell every Tuesday, 9:30 AM to 4 PM Narcotics Anonymous, Mondays at Big Horn Federal at PM, contact Katie at 307-254-3953. Call the Lovell Chronicle at 548-2217 to list your club here.