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CHRONICLE December 1, 2016 I The Lovell Chronicle I 11 SAM SMITH Lovell Middle School eighth-grader Zeke Newman drives past a couple of Worland defenders during Lovelrs 46-38 loss to the Braves Tuesday at the LMS Gym. BY SAM SMITH The Lovell Mid- dle School boys basket- ball teams faced the War- land Braves Tuesday as the eighth grade hosted Worland and the seventh ell led Lovell with 8 points, each. halftime Tuesday at home but was outscored 32-22 and CJ Lindsay, Lane Her- The Mustang man and Cardon Mickelson . eighth-graders will travel added 2 each, Evan Ton-to Cody today (Thursday) er and Myzek McArthur 1while the seventh grade will each. host Cody for a 4:15 p.m. SEVENTH GRADE tip-off. The seventh grade A Saturday, the Lovell squad fell to the Bravesseventh grade B squad will grade went on the road to Worland. The eighth grade A 43-24 in Worland Tuesday. go into the Yellowstone team led Worland 18-14 at Bishop Trainor led Lovell Conference Tournament as with 8 points, and Dal- the number three seed and face Riverton at 10:15 a.m, in Powell. The eighth grade B team will host the confer- ence tournament and face Powelrs number two team at 10:20 a.m. The seventh and eighth grade A squads will travel to Worland, also on Saturday, to face Lander at 10 a.m. and Riverton at 12:30 p.m. in the second to fall to the Braves 46-38. Zeke New- man cashed in 18 points for the Mustangs, and Aden Mayes added 8, Tyler Nich- ols 7, CJ Pickett and Ezra Harlow 2 apiece and Patrick Kidgell 1. The B team also fell to Worland 26-16. David Paw- len Mangus added 5, Amos Monterde 4, Nati Woodford 3 and Carter Lundberg and Quinn Lindsay 2 apiece. The B team fell to War- land 36-21. Preston Nich- ols led the Mustangs with 6 points, and Meyjl McAr- thur added 5, Carter Lund- berg 4 and Jadyn Snyder, TJ Scheeler and Seth Harvey 2 Simmons, Divis win Moncur Tournament Rose City Lanes host- tana and Wyoming. Gene lette, took third, and Run ed the fourth annual Doyle Simmons, Jr. of Lovell was Engelhardt of Billings came Moncur Memorial Singles. the high qualifier, rolling a in tourth place. Scratch Tournament on 927 series over four games. Rose City Lanes would like to thank the Bai k of Sunday, Nov. 6, which hon- ors the memory of the late Doyle "Smoothie" Moncur, a longtime Lovell bowler who died in 2013. The tournament had two qualifying shifts at 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., and there were 35 entrants from Man- The top 32 bowlers began double elimination match play. Mike Divis of Gillette was undefeated throughout the day and won the tourna- ment, rolling a perfect 300 game over Robert Brown of Wapiti, who placed second. Sabrena Divis, also of Gil- Lovell, Sammons Excavation, the Brandin' Iron Restaurant, Minchow's Service & Food Court, Maverik and the Ink Spot, who generously do- nated additional money into the prize fund and spon- sored this year's event. Intrasquad basketball games to be held Saturday and Monday BY SAM SMITH at 6 p.m. at the main RMHS at 6:30 p.m. Local basketball fansGym in Cowley, coach Mi- "The fans can bring will get an idea of what to chael Simmons said. There canned food, but we won't expect this year as local will be no girls game. have the exhibition game high school squads will be The Lovell Bulldogs this year between the staff hosting intrasquad scrim- will host an intrasquad and the firemen," coach mages Saturday in CowleyBlue-White scrimmage Chris Edwards said. "The andMonday in Lovell. Monday evening at John- format will be similar to The Rocky Mountain ny Winterholler Gymna- last year with the first half boys basketball team will slum. The event will be-being the upper classmen play a Brown and Gold gin with the girls game at and the second half being scrimmage game Saturday 5 p.m. followed by the boys the lower classmen." BY SAM SMITH The Rocky Mountain Middle School boys bas- ketball squads did some last minute tuning up for their respective confer- ence tournaments Tues- day by facing the Ten Sleep Pioneers in Ten Sleep. The seventh grade de- feated the Pioneers 19- 18 Tuesday in Ten Sleep. Kobe May recorded a dou- ble double by scoring 10 points and grabbing 10 re- bounds. Tyson Christian- sen scored 4 points, and Elijah Estes and Dawson Sweat added 2 apiece, Na- than Minemyer 1. Chris- tiansen also snared eight boards, and Kendrick Beckman grabbed six rebounds. The sixth grade defeat- ed Ten Sleep 25-19. Carsyn Weber led the Grizz with 8 points, and Estes added 7, Minemyer and Sweat 4 apiece and Mason McCol- lam 2. Minemyer led Rocky in rebounds by grabbing 12 caroms and Weber snared seven boards. Saturday, the number one seeded Grizz will open up the eighth grade Big Horn Conference Tour= nament at 9 a.m. against the winner of the Meetee- tse-Cloud Peak game. The seventh grade will go into their Big Horn Conference Tournament as the number two seed and face Cloud Peak Fri- day at 4:30 p.m. DAVID PECK Rocky Mountain Middle School eighth-grader Zach Simmons zips a pass inside during Rocky's win over Greybull Nov. 3 in Cowley. 7 BY SAM SMITH Time to roll out the mats as the Lovell and Rocky Mountain wrestling squads are gearing up for the 2016- 17 season. Sixteen Bulldog grap- plers showed up on day one of practice Monday as they prepare for the upcoming Powell Invitational starting Friday, Dec. 9, at noon and continuing on Dec. 10 at 9 a.m. The Lovell team is made up of three seniors, two ju- niors, six sophomores and five freshmen with 10 re- turning from last year's team. Nick DeWitt returns as head coach for the Bulldogs this year and assisting him is Skye Mickelson. "It's going to be a fun year" DeWitt said. "We've got a great group of young men that seem energized and ready to compete." Managing the team this year are seniors Kaitlyn Ste- vens, Eliza Beck and Savan nah Jolley and sophomores Katrina Twitchell and Tem- perance Mickelson. ROCKY MOUNTAIN The Rocky Mountain High School wrestling team is also gearing up for the up- coming season as they will attend the Powell Invite Dec. 9-10. Twelve Grizzly wrestlers showed up on the first day of practice as the team is made up of four seniors, three ju- niors, four sophomores and one freshman with. 10 re- turning from last year's sec- ond-place team at State. The team also brings back a re- turning state champion from last year in Brian Crawford and two state placers that placed in the top four in their weight class. Josh Collins returns as the head coach for the Grizz, and assisting him is Stacey Hiser. "I plan on having every wrestler progress and do better" Collins said. 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