Archive - Dec 16, 2010
Dufort Construction 9
Tim Talbot, coach
Goalie Nathan Coakley,
27 of 29 saves
Alpine Paint 2
Albert Branca, coach
Brendon Shibley, 47 of 56
Phillips Camera House 7
Jon Hecht 28 of 31 saves
Holland and Allred 3
Shelby Jordan, coach
Dustin Waasdorp, 30 of 37
Night Owl Trucking 8
Tom Reid, coach
Gannon Daugherty, 27 of 38
BBQ Bills 11
Shelby Jordan, coach
Cullen Aukee, 13 of 21 saves
Whiskey Creek 7
Luis Roberts, coach
Lone Pine came out the winner of the 35th Annual Ken Baker Boysâ€™ Basketball Tournament, held at Bishop Highâ€™s gymnasium Dec. 4.
The full day of basketball included six teams from Inyo and Mono counties.
Host Round Valley School placed second. Home Street Schoolâ€™s Bishop I team took third. Other school teams included Bishop II from Home Street, Big Pine and Mammoth.
The All-Tournament Team included Christopher Molina, Round Valley; Daniel Olsen, Bishop I; Jake Traynor, Bishop II; Steve Orrick, Mammoth; Jacob Bacoch, Big Pine; and Brad Greene, Lone Pine.
Bishop Broncos soccer squad overtook the Burroughs High Burros last Saturday 3-2.
The score of the game was closer than the play on the field, according to coach John McGurke
Two mistakes out of the back gave Burroughs their scoring chances, otherwise Bishop controlled the majority of the possession.
Bishop scored the first two goals before Burroughs tied it up at half time.
A third goal by midfielder Ignacio Santana midway through the second half proved to be the game winner.
The Bishop Lady Broncos hosted the Burros from Burroughs High School last Saturday and came away with a 6-1 victory.
Bishop got off to a quick start with team captain Alex Tillemans scoring two minutes into the game.
Eva Bohg scored on a breakaway and Yessenia Mora scored off an assist from Betty-Jo Whitman.
Bianca Sandoval made the fourth and last goal of the half on a nice breakaway from the right side.
The Burros would score their lone goal in the first half, making the half time score 4-1 Broncos.
The Broncos held the Burros scoreless in the second half.
Donald ‘Don’ Arthur Leavitt
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 18 for Donald “Don” Arthur Leavitt at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 162 Sneden St., Bishop.
Born March 21, 1934 in Meridan, Conn., Don died Dec. 11, 2010 at Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno following a brief illness.
Norma Kathleen Reynolds
No funeral services have been announced for Norma Kathleen Reynolds.
Born Oct. 16, 1944 in Salina, Utah, Norma, a beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, suddenly died Dec. 10, 2010 in Bishop. Her untimely and quick death was caused by a blood clot that reached her heart.
Donald C. Sebastian
No funeral services have been announced for Donald C. Sebastian.
Born March 2, 1928 in Wallace, Idaho, Donald died Nov. 27, 2010 in Reno. He was 82.
Donald served in the Marine Corps. His work career was spent in the aircraft and space industry. He worked for Douglas Aircraft Co. and North American Rockwell as well as Northorp Grumman Co.
Ruth A. Hinson
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Brune Mortuary in celebration of the life of Ruth A. Hinson.
Born Oct. 19, 1924 in Olden, Texas, to Roy Pickett and Mabel Lassiter Pickett, Ruth died Dec. 11, 2010 at her home in Bishop.
Ruth was married to her high school sweetheart, Frank E. Hinson, for 51 years. She was lucky to be a stay-at-home mom for her two sons.
Barbara Lee Noel
A celebration of life will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan 15 at the Neighborhood Church in Bishop for 26-year Big Pine resident Barbara Lee Noel. The Rev. Clyde Harvey will officiate. Burial will be at the Big Pine Cemetery.
Born Oct. 18, 1928 in Yucaipa, Barbara died Dec. 6, 2010 at her home in Big Pine. She was 82.
The City of Bishop has a new police chief.
Chris Carter, who has been with the department for seven years and has acted as interim-chief since the departure of Kathleen Sheehan in September, was officially given the top cop job this month and sworn in before a packed house Monday at City Hall.
The first three rows of the Council Chambers were reserved for Carterâ€™s friends, family and fellow law enforcement brothers, and every seat was full. Some had traveled more than six hours to speak praise for Carter and laud the council and city for making such a good choice for the position.