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14 I The Lovell Chronicle I October 23, 2014 Win at Kemmerer sets BY DAVID PECK Riding a three-game winning streak, the Lovell Bulldogs are in position to qualify for the playoffs and perhaps even host a first- round game - f they take care of business this Friday against Greybull. The Bulldogs put them- selves in a playoff position by clobbering the Kemmer- er Rangers Friday in Kem- merer, 42-14. "We control our own destiny," Coach Doug Ha- zen said. %Ve've got every- thing in front of us. We need to take care of our own busi- ness first and foremost. We control what we can con- trol. We want to be 1-0 this week." Now 4-3 overall and 3-2 in the 2A West, the Bull- dogs host the Greybull Buf- faloes (also 3-2, 4-3) Friday at 7 p.m. If the Bulldogs win and Lyman falls to Mountain View, the Bull- dogs will finish second and host a first-round playoff game next week. However, if the Bulldogs lose to Grey- bull and Big Piney beats Pi- nedale, the Bulldogs would find themselves out of the playoffs. The key to the Greybull game will be to control the line of scrimmage, Hazen said. The Bulldogs face a formidable task in trying to slow a Greybull offense that has scored 30 or more points four times this season. Hazen said the Buffs have a top quarterback in Calder Forcella, strong wide receivers in Wyott Neilson and Fabian Davila and a good running back in Daw- son Forcella. "We want to control the line of scrimmage, and if we do we'll neutralize a lot of things and make them one-dimensional," Hazen said. "It's the same on of- fense. If we control the line and run the ball it will set up the pass." FIRST-HALF EXPLOSION The Bulldogs dominat- ed the game Friday in Kem- merer. After stopping the Rangers on the first series, the Bulldogs drove to score, capping their first opportu- nity with a 30-yard run by quarterback Beau Green. It was an interesting play, CINDY ASAY Lovell junior receiver Britton Woody drags a pair of Kemmerer defenders as he battles in the red zone during Lovell's 42-14 win Friday evening. The Bulldogs host Greybull Friday at 7. Hazen said, in that Green lost the ball at about the 10- yard line and it bounced for- ward to the end zone where he covered the ball among three Kemmerer defend- ers for a touchdown. Bran- don Teter booted the PAT, his first of six straight, and Lovell led 7-0. After forcing Kemmer- er three and out, the Bull- dogs struck again on about a 20-yard run by Teter. The sophomore went off tack- le, broke some tackles and contest for Bulldogs scored, Hazen said. Lovell led 14-0 after the first quarter. Lovell made it 21-0 ear- ly in the second quarter when Teter scored on a one- yard run, then went up 28-0 on a five-yard pass from Green to Dylan See. The Bulldogs capped the first half with an 80-yard pass from Green to Tristen Snyder. Hazen said Snyder caught the ball in the flat, then cut upfield and dashed the distance. Lovell led 35-0 at halftime. Lovell took the sec- ond-half kickoff and scored to go up 42-0 on a two-yard run by Cade Bischoff, and Hazen and crew substi- tuted liberally after that. Kemmerer added a pair of touchdowns against essen- tially the Lovell JV team in the fourth quarter, Hazen said, to make the final score 42-14. Hazen said the Bulldogs did pretty much what they wanted offensively, running the ball effectively and hit- ting opportune passes to create a balanced attack. He said the Bulldogs also dom- 2A WEST FOOTBALL Conf. Overall Team W L W L Mtn. View 5 0 6 1 Lyman 4 1 4 3 Greybull 3 2 4 3 Lovell 3 2 4 3 Big Piney 2 3 3 4 Pinedale 1 4 2 5 Kemmerer 0 6 0 7 RESULTS Friday, Oct. 17 Mtn. View 48, Big Piney 0 Lyman 32, Greybul114 Lovel142, Kemmerer 14 Pinedale 30, Wright 28 SCHEDULE Friday, Oct. 24 Mtn. View at Lyman, 3 p.m. Glenrock at Kemmerer, 6 p:m. Big Piney at Pinedale, 6 p.m. Greybull at Lovell, 7 p.m. inated defensively in the first half. "Our line has real- ly been playing well as a whole," Hazen said, not- ing the play of Nic Haskell, Kenneth Powell, Daniel Strom, Merrill Beck, Nash Jolley and Drake Welch. He said the team has been getting healthy, too, which helps a lot. No stats were available from the game, Hazen said. Up and down week for Lady Bulldogs BY PATH CARPENTER The Lady Bulldogs volleyball team start- ed their week with a sol- id win against Burlington on Thursday evening after three sets 25-17, 25-7 and 25-17. "It was nice to have a home game and get all of our girls on the court and to play in front of our home crowd," said Coach Stormy James- on. "We played solid all the way around and that gave us momentum for Friday's game against Powell." Emilee Reasch was the team leader with 6 kills, 1 block, 13 digs and 5 aces. Savanna Savage had 6 kills, 2 blocks and 2 digs. Mykelle Nichols had 4 kills, 4 digs and 4 aces. Chayli McAr- thur had 3 kills, 5 digs, 2 aces and an assist. Lauren Hinckley had 2 kills, 8 digs and 2 aces. Ivy Abraham had 2 kills. Madison Harp- er had 5 digs. Sami Stevens had 1 dig. Charri McArthur had 3 kills, 1 block, 5 digs, 1 ace and 20 assists. Kendra price had 1 kill and 2 digs. On Friday night the Lovell girls got off to a good start in their game against Powell, a team currently ranked No. 1 in the state. The Lady Bulldogs put in a stellar performance during their first set, winning 25- 20, but lost their momentum in the second set, falling to the Lady Panthers 15-25. They regained some steam in the last two sets but not enough to win, fall- ing again to the Lady Pan- thers 21-25 and 24-26. "We started out hot, which usually isn't the case for us," said Jameson. "Nor- mally we have slow starts and then pick up speed. This time we did the opposite. We just need to keep up that fire and desire that it takes to win against really tough teams. I know we are capa- ble of that and I'm still hap- py with our performance. I believe we will start peak- ing at the right time." Reasch was the team leader again withl8 kills, 3 blocks and 24 digs. Savage had 4 kills, 4 blocks and 4 digs. Nichols had 8 kills, 2 blocks and 17 digs. Chay- li McArthur had 7 kills, 13 digs and 1 assist. Mandi Jo Baxendale had 2 kills and 7 digs. Hinckley had 10 digs and an ace. Harper had 7 digs. Charri McArthur had i kill, 13 digs, 2 aces and 33 assists. Next up, the girls will play Cody at home on Thurs- day with game times at 4, 5 and 6 p.m. They will trav- el to Lander on Friday with games at 3, 4 and 5 p.m. r :Pediatrics Newspapers never go out of style. And in Wyoming, we're looking better than ever! Wyoming's 44 newspapers have been the state's most reliable source of news, information and entertainment for more than 100 years! 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