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Fridayâs matches between Bishop and Rosamond did not end well for the Broncos.
The boys lost, 46-54; the girls fell in overtime, 42-45.
Both the varsity girls and boys played with intensity; they were simply out-fought, literally in the case of the girls, by the undefeated Roadrunners.
The Broncos played well enough to win, but fell short in the last quarter with a 46-54 final score.
âWeâve played our two best games (against Rosamond and Kern Valley) but still come away with two losses,â said coach Jon Michener. âWeâre improving but we need a win.â
The Big Pine Warriors traveled to Lee Vining for a make-up game Wednesday and came home with a split decision.
The Warriors delivered the first league defeat for the Tigers with a 38-37 win.
The Lady Warriors rallied from a 19-point deficit but couldnât catch up, recording a 41-35 loss.
The Warriorsâ win came down to the wire. Coach Darrin Chirrick put his squad in stall mode for the last 4-5 minutes of play.
âWe were up by six points and I wanted to keep us in the driverâs seat,â said Chirrick. The tactic worked, but just barely.
m trounced the Rosamond Roadrunners with a 4-0 shutout Thursday, adding one more win for a 3-1 High Desert League record.
The Broncos controlled both the ball and the tempo in the first half. Twenty-seven minutes into the game, LaVaree Chavez scored off of a great shot from the left side.
Two minutes later, Eva Bohg scored from the right side bringing the score to 2-0.
The second half started the same way, with the Broncos controlling the game. Tiarra Shoshone scored on a nice assist from Alex Tillemans.