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t www. LovellChronicle.com November 18, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 11 Mustang swimmers host home meet The Lovell Middle School swim team hosted the only home swim meet of the year at the Lovell High School pool Friday. Re- sults are as follows: 200 free relay Powell E 3.0387; Wardell 4.1784; Powell A 2.3437;Thompson M 3.24931; Powell D 2.5328; Johnston C 3.3190; Powell B 2.3761; Powell C 2.5067. 50 breast - Dillon A dq; Monterde E dq; Craig, L1.0818; Wardell R 1.0418; Wages T dq; McCracken J dq; Hall C1.1650; Kahn A dq; Arross M 57.94; Burke M dq; Thomp- son M 58.36; Schneider A 49.73; Doughty E 1.0195; Knight K 54.54; O'Neill S 46.37; Quellen N 47.14. 50 back - Florina D 1.0274; Montanez 51.60; Born L 1.0854; Marchant K 54.43; Sanders B 1.0773; Falter, N 1.0537; Parks W 1.2950; Wetzel B 45.61; Dumas J dq; McPherson K dq; Hansen R 57.36; Ygalde H 57.77; Burke M 59.74; Wardell C 1.2156; Johnston C 55.25; Jurado R dq; Gann C dq; McArthur M 1.0340; Wardell dq; McArthur Mc 1.0064; Lawrence K 51.73. Free - Baker B 1:43.32; Gann C 2:06.93; Rausch D 1:26.30; Wages T 1:40.55; Ju- rado R 2:07.16; Dimas J 2:06.74; Hall C 1:45.94; Riedhammer J 1:46.92; Larsen B l:53.05;Ygalde H 1:52.95; Wagner M 1:47.83; McArthur M 1:55.90; Argento B 1:41.73; Kawano A 1:32.82; See J 2:10.19; Merideth J 1:38.17; McCracken J dq; Full- er S 1.34.12; Doughty K 1:33.87; Tracy A 1:12.95; Wetzel B 1:78.11. 50 fly - Bohlman T 41.70; Lawerence C 54.16; Kahn E dq; Kasper M 57.70; Bassett J 1:22.39; Moncur C 54.74; Bora L dq. 100 IM - Fuller 1.47.11; Briggs A dq; McArthur M dq; Kasper M 1.56.89; Bjorn- sted A 1:28.25; Schneider A 1:40.92; Brum- well B dq; Tracy A 1:23.12; O'Neill S 1:37.06. 200 free - Lawerence C 3:48.83; Daughty E 3:22.56; Thompson M 3:20.69; Kawano A 3:02.64; Madell M 3:14.37. 200 medley relay- Powell D dq; Powell E dq; Powell C 3:08; Powell B 2:48.25; Pew- ell A 2:40.17; Daughty 3:25.87; Bassett dq. JOhN W~TZEL Shelby Wardell plows her way through the water in the 50 meter backstroke race at the Powell Invite Nov. 6. 50 free - Parks W 1:16.50; Wagner M 42.84; Hansen R 48.23; Rausch D 36.23; Bohlman T 35.60; Musso G 46.27; Mon- trose E 1:12.10; Arross M 46.40; Sanders B 53.55; Craig L 54.05; McPherson K 57.10; Sharp J 44.23; Marchant K 47.42; Merideth J 40.94; Larsen B 48.32; Knight K 46.50; See J 52.18; Wardell C 1:45.58; Wardell S 58.27; Lawerence R 44.95; Johnston C 47.08; Moncur C 45.48. Diving - Montanez S 71.85; Baker B 61.50; Dillon A 55.85; Floran D 34.70. Results for 100 free relay were not readable and some other results are incom- plete. BY BRAD DEVEREAUX areas of the school. Lovell High School prin- With a rough esti- cipai Scott O'Tremba told the mate of $3 million for corn- Big Horn County School Dis- pletion of phase two, Coe trict No. 2 Board of Trust- said it is uncertain when the ees and others in attendance district will receive funding that the district was honor- for the project. The district ing their "unsung heroes" remains number 70 on the at the regular school board list of projects the SFC in- meeting Monday, Nov. 8. tends to fund. "This month we would Coe informed the board like to recognize sponsors that science and writing as- of clubs and fies, _sessmbnts/could. p ssib !: O ba' said. don't remoVed from PAWS testing do for the pa37' or recog-in the future if new Superin- nition. They do it for the tendentofPublicInstruction kids." Cindy Hill gets her way. Coe FCCLA Advisor Alana suggested that the board Thackeray and Speech Coach might want to change dis- Deb Fink were in attendance trict expectations in the fu- to receive" the award on be- ture if the change in PAWS half of the other sponsors testing happens. not present. Other sponsors Senior Class Vice presi- include dent Markay McIntosh re- Knowledge Bowl Coach ported that members of the Nicole Blaine, National council traveled to Sheri- Honor Society Sponsor Ka- dan Nov. 7-9 for a training tie Hernandez, Skills USA session hosted by the Wyo- Coach Bret George, March- ming Association of Student ing Band Director Dane Councils. She said the group Mickelson, Choir Director planned to learn about ser- Linnea Dickson and Year- vice projects and attend book/Journalism Sponsor leadership training. Cindy Asay. McIntosh said the class Superintendent Dan would soon start fundrais- Coe reported he met with ingfor a Christmas Make-A- Plan One Architects to re- Wish Foundation donation. view phase two of the high Coe said he would be at- school remodel project re- tending meetings in Casper cently. Phase two is a larger including the School Finance phase than the first phase, Committee and the Wyo- completed this summer, and ming School Boards Associa- includes the vo-ed and music tion Conference this week. At the beginning of the meeting, board members Marianne Grant, Bruce Jol- ley and Judy Richards were sworn in. Each of the three incumbents were reelected to serve another four-year term on the school board in the November General Elec- tion: The board honored Markay McIntosh as the student of the month f0r No- V nib6r. ...... ' " In other'action Monday, the board: *Passed a policy on first and final reading that in- cludes spice and related sub- stances in the district sub- stance abuse policy. *Received a donation from a group of students from the Detroit, Mich., area, who were stranded in Lovell when their bus broke down in the summer of 2008. The school district allowed the group to use the LHS pool and camp out at LHS for a few days. *Assigned Jason Beal as the seventh-grade girls assistant basketball coach, Tracy Beal abstained from voting. *Assigned Ina Hubbell as assistant Lovell Middle School swim coach. =Reviewed WSBA res- olutions from the upcom- ing WSBA conference this week. Gottsohe Rehab & Wellness into Cody, PowoH & surrounding areas. Big Horn Basin Orthopedic Therapy Clinic ls now Goflsche Rehab 8 Wellness providing continued therapy to Thermopolis, Worland, Basin and now Cody & Powell We are the leader in the northwest region providing excellence in physical therapy, occupational therapy, wellness 8 massage. Thank you for all your support over the past 56 years. Same orthopedic surgeons and doctors, same great care. Making a Difference! 148 E. Arapahoc - 864-2147 BY CHERYL JOLLEY The RMMS boys bas- ketball teams matched up against Ten Sleep at Ten Sleep Friday, Nov. 5. The A team won 47-29. Scoring for the Grizzlies were Can- non Simmons 11 points, Kirby Winland and Bill De- spain 10 points each, Chris Jurado, Cole Wambeke and Travis Banks 4 each, and Caleb Horrocks and Jordan Arnold 2 apiece. The B team followed with a 31-25 win. Scor- ing for the Grizz were Cole Wambeke 8, Cordell Mc- Farlane and Travis Banks 6 each, Ryker Everett and Cole Simmons 4 each, Bri- an Crawford 2 and Jared May with 1 point. The young Grizz next hosted Meeteetse on Thurs- day, Nov. 11, with the A team again coming out on top 45-23. Cannon Sim- mons led the scoring with 14 points. Winland followed closely with 10 points. Also adding to the score were Jurado 7, Horrocks 6, John Higgins 4 and Wambeke and McFarlane 2 each. The B team also won 37- 19. Travis Banks led with 15 points. Cole Simmons added 10, Dylan Williams 4, Ben Estes and Wambeke 3 each, and McFarlane 2. Traveling to Mander- son Friday, the teams con- tinued their winning streak against Cloud Peak. The A team won 22-15 with Win- land topping the scoreboard with 13 points, followed by Cannon Simmons 5, Jurado and Horrocks 2 each. The B team won 33-23. Scoring were Wambeke 8, Banks 6, McFarlane 4, Zac Zier and Estes 2 apiece. The C team followed, winning 30-11. Crawford scored 9, Cole Simmons and Sam Larson 6 each, Estes 4, Garrett Vezain and Dylan Williams 2 apiece, and Pey- ton Thomas 1. Hosting Lovell Tues- day, the Grizzlies won two of three games. The A team beat the Lovell eighth-graders 37-24. Win- land was red hot, scoring wmnmg ways DAvm PECK RMMS netter Bill Despain makes a baseline move during past Daniel Strom during an 8 -grade game against the Lovell Mustangs Tuesday, Nov. 16. 24 points. Despain and Cannon Simmons added 5 each, Tanner Coleman 3. Lovell won the seventh- grade A game 41-24 despite 9 points from Banks and 6 from McFarlane. Estes added 4, Cole Simmons 3 and Wambeke 2. Rocky won' the sev- enth grade B game 34-27 as Crawford and Cole Sim- mons scored 12 each, Wil- liams 6 and Estes 4. The Grizzlies travel to Greybull today (Thurs- day) with games starting at 4 p.m., then host Powell Tuesday for a 4:15 p.m. tip- off. mmm ven healthy people can get influenza and spread it to others they care about. Every year the flu leads to hospitalization and even death in some people. So protect yourself and help keep your family and friends happy and healthy. What should you do? q q q Get a flu vaccine! Vaccination is the single best thing you can do to avoid getting ill from influenza Flu vaccines are recommended for almost everyone older than six months. Flu vaccines have an excellent safety record. mmm More in[ormation online at www.heMth, w/o.gov Wyoming Department of Health Commit to your heaRh. =. ;t ( !: q i!