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December 12, 2013 [The Lovell Chronicle I 13 Mustangs prepare for conference with busy week BY SAM SMITH The Lovell Middle School boys basketball squads pre- pared for their respective con- ference tournaments Thurs- day against Cloud Peak, Saturday in Cody and against their rivals, the Rocky Moun- tain Grizzlies, Tuesday. The eighth grade trav- eled to Manderson to square off with Cloud Peak Thurs- day. Only an A game was played. The Mustangs defeat- ed Cloud Peak 43-32 as Kyle Wolvington led the team with 13 points and Brent Snyder added 8, Jeremy Schneider and Logan Hitz 6 each, Por- ter Nichols 4, Dalton Nixon, Will Lillard and Logan Nunn 2 apiece. "We had good play all around," Mustangs head coach Devon Parks said. The Mustangs trav- eled to Cody Saturday for a quad tournament with Pow- ell, Burlington and host team Cody participating. Only A games were played. The Mustangs squared off with Cody in the first game of the tourney, falling to the Cougars 42-29. Wolv- ington led the team with 11 points and B. Snyder and Schneider added 6 points each, Nichols 4, Nunn and Hitz 1 apiece. "We had three good quar- ters where we were tied or winning; we just ran out of steam at the end," Parks said. The Mustangs then faced Powell in the second game of the tourney, defeat- ing the Cubs 32-23. Wolv- ington led the team for the third straight game with 11 points, and B. Snyder added 10, Schneider 9, Hitz 2. "We had good team play," Parks said. The Mustangs hosted ri- val Rocky Mountain Tuesday for an A game only, defeat- ing the Grizzlies in a thriller 26-24 after Lovell trailed at half 10-8 and had a 13-2 run in the third quarter. Rocky would outscore Lovell 5-3 in the final quarter, but Lovell would hold on for the victory. B. Snyder led the team with 10 points, and Wolvington added 5, Schneider and Hitz 4 each and Nunn 3. Lathan May led the Grizzlies with 9 points, and Tristan Jewell added 6, Jon- athan Allred 4, Wyatt Hor- rocks and Colby Davidson 2 apiece, Scott Banks 1. "We couldn't rebound or make a bucket in the first half," Parks said. "But in the second half we turned it around." thaler 6, Brenden Lundberg 2 and Mikel May 1. The Mustangs traveled to Cody Saturday to participate in a quad tournament, facing the host Cougars in the first game. Lovell fell to Cody 50-6 as Lundberg, May and Jacob Grant scored 2 points each. Lovell then squared off with Powell in the second game of the tourney, falling to the Cubs 38-12. May led the Mustangs with 6 points and Savage added 4, Hessen- thaler 2. Lovell hosted Rocky Mountain Tuesday in the fi- nal game of the regular sea- son. The Mustangs fell to Rocky 21-10 as Lundberg led the team with 6 points and J. Grant added 4. The Mustangs will trav- el to their respective confer- ence tournaments Saturday as the eighth grade travels to Greybull and the seventh grade travels to Worland. Tip-off is at 9:30 a.m. "It's going to be a tough tournament," Parks said. SEVENTH GRADE The seventh grade squad traveled to Manderson for an A game with Cloud Peak Thursday. The Mustangs de- feated Cloud Peak 26-21 as Kaleb Snyder led the team with 9 points and Mat Sav- age added 8, Ethan Hessen- Grizz wrap up regular season, conference tournaments next BY DAVID PECK The Rocky Mountain Middle School boys basketball teams had a busy Sat- urday this week as the eighth-grad-' ers competed in Worland and the seventh-grade squad hosted a quad tournament in Cowley. The Rocky eighth-graders played four games in Worland: two A games and two two-quarter B contests. The A team fell to host Worland 35-31, falling behind 27-17 after three quarters be- fore rallying to outscore Worland 14-8 in the fourth to put a scare into the host team. Lathan May led the Grizzlies with 13 points, and Scott Banks added 10 points, Tristan Jewell 8. Rocky won the B game 24-7, blank- ing the home team in the first quar- ter. Landon Townsend scored 9 points, Alecx Christensen and Steven Preator 5 apiece, Colby Davison 3 and Treyson Frost 2. Rocky lost to Thermopolis 38-23 in the A game as May scored 11, Banks 5, Jewell 4, Christensen 2 and Townsend 1. The Grizz won the B game 32-4 as Frost scored 14, Davison 7, Preator 5, Christensen 4 and Dalten Bond 2. Meanwhile, the Rocky sev- enth-graders hosted a tournament in Cowley Saturday, defeating Thermop- olis 29-15 but falling to Worland 37-32. Rocky outscored Thermop 11-0 in the first game to get off to a strong start and gradually pulled away after that. Ethan Price scored 11 points, Ross Padilla 8, Jett Winland 6 and Skyler Drewes and Mason Schmidt 2 apiece. Rocky let Worland 26-21 after three quarters, but Worland outscored the Grizz 16-6 in the fourth to win by five. Price scored 17 points, Drewes 7, Wil- liam Preator 5, Winland 2 and Padilla 1. The Grizz wrapped up the regular season with games in Lovell Tuesday and will travel to conference tourna- ments this Friday and Saturday. The eighth-grade A team will trav- el to Greybull Saturday for the Yellow- stone Conference A tournament, while the B team travels to Meeteetse for the Big Horn Conference Tournament. 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