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February 16th, 2015
Saturday February 14, 2015
(#1) Kentucky (25-0) 77
South Carolina (12-12) 43
Kentucky came out and took care of business against one of the SEC cellar dwellers. The Wildcats opened up a 25 point lead before the half was over and then put in in cruise control for the second half. Willie Cauley-Stein led the balanced scoring effort by Kentucky with 14 points.
(#2) Virginia (23-1) 61
Wake Forest (12-14) 60
Bishop High School senior Tamia Shoshone scored a rare triple-double Tuesday in the Lady Broncos' win over the Kern Valley Lady Broncs.
Shoshone tallied 15 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists on the night.
Three other players scored in double digits.
See additional game coverage in Thursday's Sports section.
Thursdayâs home game against Frazier Mountain ended with a win for the Lady Broncos and a hard-fought loss for the boys varsity soccer squad.
Although they had plenty of chances to score, the Broncos couldnât convert those opportunities to goals and fell 0-1 to the Falcons at John Schwab Field.
Read the full story in the Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015 edition of The Inyo Register.
October 10th, 2014
14 Major League Baseball playoffs began with a bang on Tuesday night as the Oakland Aâs played the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. The Royals beat the Aâs 9-8 in a 12-inning marathon that featured five lead changes and ended on a walk-off single to left field that barely missed the glove of the Aâs diving third baseman. It wasnât just the best game in the three-year history of the wild card play-in game, it was one of the most exciting postseason games ever.
Before Sept. 25 Thursday Night Football, Phil Simms decided to take a small stand and not say the name âRedskinsâ during the broadcast. Pretty simple really, but it let us know exactly where he stands. A Superbowl champ and respected broadcaster, conspicuously not saying it, and just replacing it with âWashingtonâ if required by the sentence. Truth be told, he slipped and said it in the fourth quarter. But I, for one, appreciate that he tried and that he made his stance public.
The only problem with local rivalries: one team has to lose. The Lone Pine Golden Eagles and Big Pine Warriors got together Friday night to start the Hi-Lo League 8-man football season. Both came into the game, Lone Pineâs Homecoming, wanting that win after a rough pre-league run.
Big Pine got a chance to flex their muscles in the third quarter, despite the loss of their starting QB. The Warriors lived up to the schoolâs tradition of physical, tough action. But, the Eagles got the win, 66-14.
The Bishop Broncos football team ran into a brick wall by the name of the Paraclete Spirits at home Friday night, suffering their second loss of the season at 40-14.
The Spirits are huge and fast, with the bulk of the fast concentrated in running back Melquise Stovall. Paracleteâs line is impenetrable, the Spirits run the ball well and their defense played havoc with the Broncos offense.
Paraclete put up 21 unanswered points in the first half. Bishop put together a solid drive late in the first quarter with a shot at a 44-yard field goal, but the kick was wide.
The Big Pine Lady Warriors volleyball squad is on a winning streak with back-to-back 3-0 wins over the Lee Vining Lady Tigers and Thursday afternoonâs monster win over the Mammoth Lady Huskies, 3-2.
Following a shaky start to the season, the Warriors have transitioned from a young, inexperienced group of girls to a focused, hard-hitting, tenacious team of Warriors.
The Bishop Broncos tennis team hosted the Rosamond Roadrunners at the City Park courts Thursday and sent their guests home with a 13-5 loss.
Like Saturdayâs match up with Pacifica, the final match of the day went down to a tie-breaker. This time on the singles side. Tessa Wright beat Rosamondâs number one seed, Eileen Grimes, 7-1, adding to her other two wins, 6-2 and 6-3.
Bishopâs singles squad provided 9 of the teamâs 13 points with Gabi Morales and Laura Rossy both going 3-0 against Rosamond. Morales won 6-1, 6-2, 6-1; Rossy, 6-0, 6-1 and 6-2.
The Bishop Broncos football team and the crowd were up for the first home game of the season Friday night â the traditional match-up with the Mammoth Huskies.
One has to choose oneâs words tactfully. There are strong friendships and a lot of history between the two schools. As Bronco coach Bill Egan said, âIâm great friends with the Mammoth coaches; I root for them every week, except for this one game.â
But, sorry guys, the Broncos wiped up the field with the Huskies. Bishop shut out Mammoth, 50-0.