Archive - Sports Article
July 11th, 2011
Morgan Deuschle of Bishop won three American Junior Paint Horse Association Youth World Championship titles in Houston, Texas.
Deuschle, riding One Hot Machine, competed in the 2011 Youth World Championship Paint Horse Show, June 24-July 2.
She took the title in Youth Walk-Trot Hunter Under Saddle (ages 5-9). Youth Walk-Trot Hunt Seat Equitation (ages 5-9) and the Youth Walk-Trot Western Horsemanship (ages 5-9).
Tehachapi continued its dominance of the Little League All-Star tournaments with back-to-back wins over the Bishop Juniors.
Bishopâs All-Stars lost by a slim 5-7 margin Friday afternoon.
Tehachapi took an early lead in Saturday morningâs game and never gave it up, taking the tournament with a 1-15 win. Bishopâs bats were active, but couldnât string them together for enough runs to challenge Tehachapi.
Bishopâs fielding looked sharp in the first inning. A rapid-fire throw from pitcher Grayson Hess to first baseman Brad Greene retired Tehachapiâs Zach Wagner.
Team Blackout of Budget Mini-Storage 5-3
Dondero Construction & Taxidermy 3-4
Native Mixed 2-5
Red Attack 1-6
Just NDNâs 6-1
Just 4 Fun 5-2
Shirts n Skirts 5-2
Jokerâs Rez Stop 4-2
Nite Owl, Eastern Sierra Oil & Brownâs 4-2
Bad Company 3-4
BSerâs, Kendal 3-4
Red Thunder 1-6
CBC Crusaders 5-0-1
I-hiimu 4-1-1 Chuckawallees 2-4
Red Tails 1-5
Team Blackout of the Sierra Reader 7-0
Mahogany Meats Jerky
McMurrayâs Posse 4-3
Air-Way Medical Mad
Memorial One-Pitch Tournament Scheduled for Aug. 13-14
The second annual Jerry Davis Memorial Co-ed One Pitch Softball tourney takes place Aug. 13-14.
Proceeds from the tournament will go to Davisâ three children. Davis passed away January 1, 2010.
Entry fee is $150 and will be collected prior to the first game. The tournament is a round robin, single-elimination event, limited to 16 teams.
Teams interested should contact Willie at (760) 937-2019 by Friday, Aug. 5.
Junior Golf Clinic at Mt. Whitney Golf Club
Approaching Charles Brown Auditorium at the Tri-County Fairgrounds, it was hard to tell Bedlam in Bishop was really happening. But the excited yips gave it away.
For the fourth year, the Flyball tournament, hosted by Lickety Splits and X Flyball, was seriously under way.
With a 5-3 win over Bishop Tuesday, the Owens Valley All-Stars stay alive in tournament action, taking on the undefeated Tehachapi team in the championship round.
(The final round was played yesterday afternoon; results will be in Saturdayâs paper.)
Tuesdayâs game was hard fought. The Bishop All-Stars were in it to the end, but fell short of the mark.
âThis win was a big deal for us,â said OV manager Travis Allison. âWe havenât beaten Bishop in years.
âI told the kids to play with heart, to believe in themselves and each other and not give up. The ball will fall where it falls.â
Despite a late-game rally, Just NDNs proved too much for Shirts ân Skirts in Tuesday eveningâs Bishop coed softball game at City Park. The NDNs took out their opponent 11-3.
Both teams were held scoreless through the first inning. NDN Johnny Shoshone hit a 1-RBI single to get things started in the top of the second.
Suma Davis smashed a 2 RBI double into center field in the third. By the end of the inning, the NDNs had extended their lead to 6-0.
Shirts ân Skirts got on the scoreboard in the bottom of the third. Bob Bishop hit a sacrifice fly ball to bring Justin Whitman home.
Aaron Puls, Tanner Kruse and Keith Tatum have been named to All-CIF baseball teams.
Puls, a graduating senior and Bishop Bronco first baseman, went on a hitting spree toward the end of the season and into the playoffs. Puls hit home runs in each of the four playoff games, including a grand slam against Southlands Christian and two against Oxford Academy in the semifinals.
Kruse, a junior, pitched his way through an undefeated High Desert League season with an ERA less than 1.0. Kruse was also effective at the plate.
Puls and Kruse were both named to first team All-CIF.
South Fork Bishop Creek
Reduced flows have really improved the water conditions on the creek. The fishing has remained excellent along most of stretches of the creek with some solid fish in the 2 - to 3-pound range.
Most folks are really doing well in the slower moving pools and deep pockets. More solid 2-pound plus rainbows along with plenty of pan sized stockers are filling stringers. Thomas Bouyants, worms, mini-jigs, Panther Martins and Thomas Bouyants are producing best.
Grace Speakman raced her way into first place in the Youth Womenâs Overall division at The 100âs MC Classic dirt bike race May 28 in Spangler Hills. The Bishop 13-year-old comes from a long line of desert racers and has been competing for two years. Her 2010-11 seasons include top fives in every race she entered.