Archive - Apr 29, 2013 - Sports Article
That the Bishop Broncos baseball team beat the Desert Scorpions Friday afternoon at Edwards Air Force Base is not much of a surprise. That they beat them 20-1 is significant. The resurrection of the Broncosâ€™ bats at home against Rosamond last Tuesday was no fluke. The Bishop bats are back.
And, theyâ€™ll get another good workout at California City this afternoon before hosting the two High Desert League teams that handed Bishop back-to-back road losses two weeks ago.
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.
â€śThe girls did well under hot conditions and varying field positions,â€ť said coach Stacy Van Nest. â€śWe still continue to work hard to diminish defensive errors.â€ť
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.
â€śWeâ€™re on the right track for another perfect High Desert League record,â€ť said baseball coach Chris Walston. â€śWeâ€™ve got a week until we play Frazier at home Friday which will allow us to get all the kinks out.â€ť
Daniel Olsen, Zack De Leo and Alex Armitage all got their chance on the mound. â€śAll three threw well, especially with the plate umpireâ€™s low strike zone,â€ť Walston said. â€śThey all adapted well.â€ť