Archive - Mar 2012 - Sports Article
The Lady Broncos JV softball squad went 2-1-1 at last weekendâ€™s Yerington Tournament. The wins were routs with huge margins of 16-2 and 19-6
Bishop tied Lee Vining, 2-2 and was behind in its final game with Yerington when it was called at the tourney time limit.
â€śThe tournament really helped the girls to gain experience and get ready for league play,â€ť said coach Patty Cummings. â€śIt gave us a chance to see all the girlsâ€™ strengths so we can put them together to make winning combinations.â€ť
Lone Pineâ€™s Seth Gilmore has been signed by Miles Community College baseball team.
The Montana collegeâ€™s head baseball coach, Jeff Brabant, announced the signing of shortstop Gilmore, currently a resident of Powell, Wyo., to a National Letter-of-Intent for the 2012-13 school year.
Gilmore can play either position on the left side of the infield as he earned All-State honors for the Powell Pioneers in his first season after moving to Wyoming from Lone Pine. â€śWe will graduate our left side of the infield so we expect Seth to come in and compete for a spot,â€ť said Brabant.
Bishop hosted the Califonia City Ravens at the first track meet of the season Thursday afternoon.
The Lady Broncos took the meet win, 81-60. The Broncos lost 48-82.
Coach Rick Behrendt was pleased with the results, noting that he has only nine returning athletes on his very young teams.
That gives Behrendt and the Broncos a lot to look forward to as the underclassmen develop and the returners get back in the groove.