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December 18, 2014 I The Lovell Chronicle I 13 DAVID PECK Brenden Lundberg drives against Jett Winland during a Lovell-Rocky eighth-grade basketball game earlier this season. In the background is Ross Padilla of the Grizz. Grizzly seventh- graders take second, eighth-graders consolation champs BY SAM SMITH The Rocky Mountain Middle School boys bas- ketball squads traveled to their respective Yellow- stone Conference Tour- naments Saturday as the seventh grade traveled to Thermopolis and the eighth grade headed to Greybull. The seventh-grade squad opened up the tour- nament facing the Lovell Mustangs. Rocky defeat- ed Lovell 40-10 as Brenen Hinekley poured in 17 points for the Grizz and Trent Grohman added 10, Travis Simmons 6, Jude Lewis 4, Caden Welling 2 and Dominic Estes 1. With the win, Rocky advanced to the semifinal round to meet up with the Powell Cubs. Rocky de- feated Powell in a thriller 38:36 as Hinckley scored 18 and Grohman added 12, Justin Dausman, Es- tes, Simmons and Welling 2 apiece. With the thrilling win, the Grizz advanced to the championship game to face the Worland Braves. Rocky fell to Worland 61- 36 to finish second in the conference tournament. Grohman led the Grizz with 16 points and Tra- vis Simmons added 11, Hinckley 6 and Welling 3. The seventh-grade squad was coached by Rod Winland and they fin- ished the season with a record of 13-3. EIGHTH GRADE The eighth-grade squad fell to Worland in Greybull Saturday 49-29 to open up the conference tournament. Ethan Price scored 11 points for the Grizz and Will Preator added 9, Ross Padilla 7 and Kyler Muffet 2. With the loss, the Grizz fell into the con- solation bracket to face the Thermopolis Bobcats. Rocky defeated Thermo- polis 49-25 as Padilla poured in 19 points for the Grizz and Preator added 13, Price 11 and Jett Win- land and Muffet 2 each. The win put Rocky into the consolation champion- ship game with the Bur- lington Huskies. Rocky defeated the Huskies 39- 31 to win the consolation championship. Padilla scored 17 points for the Grizz and Price added 14, Preator 6 and Muffet 2. The eighth-grade team was coached by Josh Sponsel and finished the season with a record of 11-5. Mustangs 0-2 in conference tournaments BY SAM SMITH The Lovell Middle School boys basketball squads finished the sea- son at their respective con- ference tournaments Sat- urday as the seventh grade traveled to Thermopolis and the eighth grade headed to Greybull. The eighth-grade team opened up the tournament in Greybull facing the host Buffs. The Mustangs fell to Greybull 57-23 as Brenden Lundberg scored 9 points for Lovell and Mat Savage add- ed 6, Kelly Powell and Hunt- er Steenbakkers 4 apiece. With the loss, Lovell fell into the consolation brack- et to face the Burlington Huskies. Lovell fell to the Huskies 27-20. Savage and Lundberg scored 5 points each for the Mustangs and Kaleb Snyder and Steenbak- kers added 3 apiece, Ethan Hessenthaler and Powell 2 each. "It was a disappointing tournament," Coach RJ May said, "but my kids learned a lot." Assisting May this sea- son was Chase Haughian. SEVENTH GRADE The seventh-grade team opened up the tourna- ment in Thermop by facing the Rocky Mountain Grizz. Lovell fell to Rocky 40-10 as Hunter Harris scored 6 points for Lovell and Canon Click and Zane Hitz added 2 apiece. With the loss, the Mus- tangs fell into the consola- tion bracket to meet up with Thermopolis for the conso- lation championship. Lovell fell to Thermopolis 38-14. Hitz scored 6 points for Lovell and Dominic Hunder added 4, Harris and Click 2 each. Jason Beal coached the Mustangs seventh-grade team, assisted by Josh Scheffler. Barracudas take fifth at Worland Sugar Beet Dash Saturday/Sunday BY SAM SMITH The North Big Horn Barracudas took 12 swimmers to Worland to participate in the Worland Sugar Beet Dash Saturday and Sunday. About 180 to 200 swimmers attended the Worland meet. The Barracudas took fifth out of 10 teams with a team score of 275 points. Richard Spann scored 69 points for the Barracudas and Ariane Joskow 54, Alyssa Schneider 45, Cindy Baumstarck 43 and Anna Fuller 22. RESULTS 8&U 25 Free: 16. Savannah Prentiss, 35.73Y; 8. William Fuller, 35.87Y; 9-10 100 Free= 12. Sadie Niel- son, 1:48.56Y; 13. Sidni Tryon, 1:51.32Y; 16. Azurdey Burton, 1:54.18Y; 17. Zenaena Tryon, 1:54.90Y; 11. Ashtin Prentiss, 1.37.44Y; 18. Nathan Fuller, 1:59.82Y, 11-12 100 Free: 3. Anna Fuller, 1:10.71Y; 13-14 100 Free: 3. Ariane Joskow, 1:06.89Y; 5. Cynthia Baumstarck, 1:09.34Y; 2. Richard Spann, 59.33Y; 15-0v 100 Free: 1. Alyssa Schneider, 1:00.19Y; 9-10 50 Fly: 10. Azurdey Burton, 1:10.72Y; 11-12 50 Fly: 5. Anna Fuller, 41.71Y; 13-14 100 Fly: 2. Richard Spann, 1:18.16Y; 3. Ariane Joskow, 1:24.73Y; 4. Cynthia Baumstarck, 1:27.94Y; 15-0v 100 Fly: 3. Alyssa Schnei- der, 1:12.80Y; IO&U 100 IM: 16. Sadie Niel- son, 2:12.66Y; 19. Sidni Tryon, 2-14.03Y; 14. Ashtin Prentiss, 2:08.40Y tt./2 100 IM: 4. Anna Fuller, 1:26.51Y; 13-14 200 IM: 3. Ariane Joskow, 2:47.84Y; 5. Cynthia Baumstarck, 2:52.78Y; 15-0v 200 IM: 3. Alyssa Schnei- der, 2:35.21Y; 9-10 50 Breast: 16. Sidni Tryon, 1:10.22Y; 17. Sadie Nielson, 1:20.69Y; 18. Azurdey Burton, 1:45.53Y;/2. Ashtin Prentiss, 1:08.20Y; :L1.-12 50 Breast: 4. Anna Fuller, 43.18Y; 13-14 100 Breast: 5. Cynthia Baumstarck, 1:35.24Y; 6. Ariane Joskow, 1:35.79Y; 2. Richard Spann, 1:23.24Y; 15-0v 100 Breast: 8. Alyssa Schneider, 1:25.53Y; 8&U 25 Back: 13. Savannah Prentiss, 32.52Y 9-10 100 Back: 10. Azurdey Burton, 2:04.76Y; 13. Sadie Niel- son, 2:19.66Y; 14. Sidni Tryon, 2:20.36Y; 15. Zenaena Tryon, 2:29.03Y; IO&U 100 Back: 6. Ashtin Pren- tiss, 1:50.63Y; 9. Nathan Fuller, 2:06.24Y; 11-12 100 Back: 6. Anna Fuller, 2:21.88Y; 13-14 200 Back: 3. Cynthia Baumstarck, 2:42.89Y; 1. Richard Spann, 2-33.17Y; 13-14 500 Free: 2. Ariane Jos- kow, 6:13.93Y; 2. Richard Spann, 6:17.61Y; 15-0v 500 Free: 4. Alyssa Schneider, 8:07.86Y; 8&U 50 Free: 7. Savannah Prentiss, 1:30.25Y; 9-10 50 Free: 14. Zenaena Tryon, 51.29Y; 15. Sidni Tryon, 53.32Y; 10. Ashtin Prentiss, 41.50Y; 13-14 50 Free: 2. Ariane Joskow, 30.70Y; 4. Cynthia Baumstarck, 31.86Y; 3. Richard Spann, 26.59Y; 15-0v 50 Free: 3. Alyssa Schnei- der, 28.53Y; 13-14 200 Breast: 2. Ariane Joskow, 3:21.80Y; 3. Cynthia Baumstarck, 3:24.99Y; 2. Richard Spann, 3:07.33Y; 8&U 50 Back: 5. Savannah Prentiss, 1:08.73Y; 9-10 50 Back: 12. Sidni Tryon, 1:01.61Y; 09-10 50 Back: 7. Ashtin Pren- tiss, 50.76Y; 13-14 100 Back: 2. Cynthia Baumstarck, 1:15.64Y; 3. Ariane Joskow, 1:21.29Y; 3. Richard Spann, 1:09.81Y; 15-0v 100 Back- 2. Alyssa Schneider, 1:12.78Y; Girls 09-10 200 Free: 8. Sidni Tryon, 4:05.54Y; 9. Zenaena Try- on, 5:48.60Y; 6. Ashtin Prentiss, 3:28.92Y; 13-14 200 Free: 1. Ariane Joskow, 2:23.98Y; 2. Cynthia Baurnstarck, 2:35.66Y; 3. Richard Spann, 2:24.18Y; 15-Ov 200 Free: 4. Alyssa Schneider, 2:17.44Y. for Everyone on Your List = Willow Tree , Jewelry = Fishbowl w/2 glass fish = Men's & Women's Gift Stocking StutTers under Sets $5 = Musical Water Balls Books/Recipe Books  Doug & Melissa Nativity Sets  Puzzles Crystal  Stuffed Toys Scarves o- Christmas Cards & Decorations HometOWn  Tissue Paper & Gift Bags shPPi' gl , Gift Certificates LovellDrug 164 E. Main, Lovell, WY 307-548-7231 fl t