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April 20, 2011

Wild Wild West Run in Alabama Hills
The 33rd Wild Wild West run through the Alabama Hills in Lone Pine, Saturday, May 7 starts at Tuttle Creek Campground at 6 a.m. and ends at the Lone Pine Park.
The event includes a 50 K, a marathon, a 10-mile, a 3-mile fun run, and, to celebrate 30 years, a 15-mile run.
Fees, which include a goody bag and T-shirt, are: 50K, $75; Marathon, $70; 10-mile, $60. The cost for the 3-mile fun run is $10 but does not include the shirt.
The award ceremony will be held at 1 p.m. at the Lone Pine Park.

LP track team udpate

April 20, 2011

The Lone Pine Golden Eagles track team headed to Boron April 13 for a five-way Desert Mountain League meet.
Lone Pine competed against Silver Valley, Vasquez, Mojave and Boron.
Josafat Luna claimed two wins in the boys’ hurdles events.
Emmanuel Castro took first in the 800-meter race with a time of 2:29 as well as a second in the 400.
Jareth Eaton’s 5-6 high jump was a first-place effort.
Castro, Eaton and Luna were also on the boys’ 400 meter relay team, along with Sawyer Entwistle. The team took second place.
Genesee Lucia placed second in the girls’ discus.

Broncos JV: tough loss to Rosamond

April 20, 2011

While they showed improvement, the Bishop JV softball team fell to the Rosamond Roadrunners 11- 16 last Friday.
Offensively, the Lady Broncos scored 7 more runs than they did against Kern Valley on April 12. The team also struck out only six times to Rosamonds’s 11.
The stat that made the difference for the Roadrunners was the errors. Bishop recorded 10, five in the third inning alone, compared to Rosamond’s four.
INDIVIDUAL STATS

Brooke Callahan struck out 11, allowed 8 hits, 1 walk
Offense:
Natalie Hollowell: 3 for 5, and 2 runs, 1 RBI
Yvonna Chandler: 2 for 5

Lone Pine Eagles batter Lucerne Valley Mustangs

April 20, 2011

The Lone Pine Lady Golden Eagles softball squad hasn’t had a stellar year. The core of Eagles athletes who killed in volleyball with an undefeated league season, were spoilers right through to the semi-finals in basketball playoffs, but spring has not been kind to them.
Some of their mojo came back Saturday morning when the Eagles beat the Lucerne Valley Mustangs decisively at 19-13.

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