October 15th, 2012
The Bishop Broncos beat the California City Ravens, 48-7.
The football game wasnât as close as the numbers imply. Befitting a Homecoming Game, the Broncos controlled the ball, the clock, the field, everything but a couple of Ravensâ speedy, little running backs and early game drizzles.
The Ravens have improved over the last few years but not enough to make a dent in the football juggernaut that is Bishop.
Bishop City Basketball League Meeting
Bishop will be hosting a 2013 basketball team informational meeting, Oct. 23 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council chambers. Up for discussion will be season dates, practice nights, league fees and any changes the players would like to see in the league. Team registration packets will also be available.
SRHL Needs Coaches
The Sierra Roller Hockey League is looking for coaches for Mites, Bantam and Junior Divisions.
Tourney Fundraiser for Home St. School
The Bishop Broncos JV football squad ruined Cal City Ravensâ 6-0 High Desert League record with a 30-9 win Friday night.
âWe had four first-half turnovers,â said coach Arnie Palu, âbut came back in the second half and played well.â
The Broncosâ defense held Cal City to a field goal on a Ravensâ first-half possession. Bishopâs offense answered with a J.J. Camarata interception and return for a TD, giving the Broncos the lead at 7-3.
The Bishop Lady Broncos hosted the Desert Scorpions Saturday at the City Park courts. Final score: Bishop 13, Desert 5.
The Broncos doubles teams scored seven wins, nosing out the singles players at six.
Katie Tanksley and Tessa Wright kept their three matches suspenseful, going 5-4 in each before winning 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.
Tara Gardner and Hope McIndoo won all three of their sets, 6-1, 6-2 and 6-3. Taylor Stoll and Bronwyn Stephenson scored the final doubles win in a tie-breaker at 8-6.
Una Belle Frost
Delbert Eldon Anderson
Following seven months of campaigning, a four-candidate Primary and a series of town hall forums, the top two contenders for the office of Fourth District Inyo County Supervisor are entering the home stretch of the 2012 election cycle.
Regardless of how residents feel about the Los Angeles Department of Water and Powerâs activities in the Owens Valley, preparations are being made to celebrate the completion of the Los Angeles Aqueduct nearly 100 years ago.
Over the course of its century-long history, the 419-mile aqueduct has been contested as an environmental detriment, illegally diverted and even blown up, but itâs also been heralded as one of the greatest engineering feats of its time.
Residents countywide are encouraged to get a jumpstart on fall clean-up projects this weekend, with a particular focus on making their properties less susceptible to the threat of fire.
Local fire-safe councils and fire departments are urging residents to take advantage of a special fee waiver at Inyo County landfills Saturday as they create âdefensible spaceâ around their homes and other buildings to help reduce potential fire hazards by trimming trees, shrubs and brush.
Elizabeth ‘Libby’ Aloi