Archive - Oct 19, 2011 - Sports Article
The Fourth Annual Ultimate Cowboy Trail Challenge enjoyed much improved weather this year but sunshine did not diminish the challenging nature of the course.
Horses, mules and donkeys competed in the event put on the weekend of Oct. 8-9 by Linda Laird of the Double L in Bishop and Kris Keeler of JKK Performance out of San Dimas.
Of the top 10 riders, six were locals.
Jay Joseph from Santa Barbara took the championship on his 7-year-old Belgium cross gelding Stout, with a near-perfect ride.
Joseph won $1,000, a hand-crafted photo album, bridle, trophy and the coveted blue ribbon.
Broncos JV takes down Ravens, 34-8
The Bishop Broncos JV football squad came home from Cal City with a 34-8 win to start High Desert League play at 1-0.
The JV teamâs overall record is 5-1.
âOur defense was outstanding,â said coach Arnie Palu. The D accounted for two of the teamâs TDs: Ryan Lent returned one interception for a touchdown and went on to pick-off two more Ravens passes. Noah Stevens also returned a pick for a 95-yard score.
David Tanksley pulled down the fifth interception.
Other scoring drives: Carl Olsen, Clyde McCoy and Thomas Montoya.