April 29th, 2013
The Bishop Lady Broncos softball team came back from its loss to the undefeated Rosamond Roadrunners, demolishing the Desert Scorpions on the road, 14-4, Friday.
âThe girls did well under hot conditions and varying field positions,â said coach Stacy Van Nest. âWe still continue to work hard to diminish defensive errors.â
The Broncos travel to Cal City this afternoon, then host Frazier Mountain, Friday, and Kern Valley, Tuesday. Bishop is 5-1 in High Desert League, 11-7 overall.
Kellie Tiner: 6 innings, 12 Ks, 1 hit, 0 runs, 1 walk
The Bishop Broncos JV baseball and Lady Broncos softball squads demolished the Desert Scorpions Friday with 11-7 and 2-0 wins, respectively.
âWeâre on the right track for another perfect High Desert League record,â said baseball coach Chris Walston. âWeâve got a week until we play Frazier at home Friday which will allow us to get all the kinks out.â
Daniel Olsen, Zack De Leo and Alex Armitage all got their chance on the mound. âAll three threw well, especially with the plate umpireâs low strike zone,â Walston said. âThey all adapted well.â
Home Street Middle School announced this week the launching of a unique fundraising activity in which the community can be âColted.â
Basically, if residents wake up to find an obnoxiously painted wooded colt in their yard, theyâve been âColted.â
But itâs all in good fun â and for a good cause, according to the school.
âVictimsâ of the colt prank can call HSMS at (760) 872-1381 to have the hideously-painted likeness of the schoolâs mascot removed, or, for a $25 donation, can select the coltâs next resting place.
Roxanna Foley, 52, of Bridgeport, was arraigned today in federal court in Sacramento.
She was indicted on April 18 by a federal grand jury on charges of theft and âembezzlement by a bank employee,â according to the U.S. Attorneyâs Office.
The indictment alleges that Foley embezzled approximately $320,000 from Eastern Sierra Community Bank over a four-month period.
She was employed at the bank as a manager.
For more, see Saturdayâs edition of The Inyo Register.
In yet another sign that summer is on its way to the Eastern Sierra, Caltrans has removed the packed winter snow, cleared the debris and made the necessary repairs to open State Route 108 over Sonora Pass.
âThe diligent work of Caltrans crews enabled the opening of the pass for motorists who utilize this route,â said Public Information Officer Florene Trainor. âCaltrans crews responsible for the pass opening extend their best wishes for safe summer traveling to those who enjoy the recreational opportunities this part of California has to offer.â
Gene Wayne Harris, 41, of Mammoth Lakes, was arraigned in federal court today on a grand jury indictment that charges him with attempted production of child pornography and attempted enticement of a minor, U.S. Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced.
Historical realities merge with contemporary concerns at an annual event that will combine a wide variety of exhibits, art, dance, discussion and more at Manzanar this weekend.
Manzanar National Historic Site invites everyone to participate in a weekend of special activities in honor of the Manzanar Committeeâs 44th Annual Manzanar Pilgrimage. All of the many events are free.
Where was Wily Coyote when the Bishop Lady Broncos needed him?
Tied with the Rosamond Roadrunners softball team for first place in the High Desert League, the 4-0 Broncos fell victim to untimely errors and solid Roadrunner pitching with their 1-5 loss Tuesday afternoon on home field. What they could have used were a few sticks of dynamite or a piece of Acme heavy equipment to disrupt a very strong Rosamond team.
The Bishop Broncos junior varsity baseball team ran rings around the Rosamond Roadrunners at home Tuesday. The 10-0 win maintains the Broncos perfect league season.
âThe boys are getting the proper work in at practice and it shows,â said coach Chris Walston. âI couldnât be happier with how theyâre playing.â
Bronco Thomas Montoya pitched four and two-thirds innings with 11 strikeouts and 1 walk. Alex Armitage came in in the bottom of the fourth to finish out the game with 4 strikeouts and 2 walks.
Mark Marino Mancini
Mark Marino Mancini, age 42, unexpectedly passed away peacefully in his home on April 17, 2013. A Celebration of Life service will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday, April 25 at Immanuel Baptist Chapel, 1201 N. China Lake Blvd. in Ridgecrest. Pastor Bill Logan will be officiating.
Mark was born Aug. 25, 1970 in Orange County. In 1975 the family moved to Lone Pine where they owned the Scrub Board Laundromat and a citizen band radio store. Mark graduated from Lone Pine High School in 1988. While there he played football and joined the golf team.