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May 16th, 2011

Bishop JV: champs with a lucky 7-0

May 16, 2011

The Bishop Broncos junior varsity baseball team ended their season with a 15-10 win, May 10, over the Rosamond Roadrunners, clinching the High Desert League JV championship with a 7-0 league record.

INDIVIDUAL STATS

Cameron White pitched 3 innings with 3 strikeouts, 4 walks and 6 hits
Ray Huarte pitched 4 innings, had 4 walks and gave up 4 hits.
Offense:
Graysen Hess: 3 for 4 with a double and 2 singles
Karl Olsen: 2 for 4 with a grand slam homer and a single
Chris Frohreich: 2 for 4 with 2 singles
Cory Thomson: 2 for 4 with 2 singles
Ray Huarte: 2-3 with 2 singles

Broncos a perfect 10

May 16, 2011

Friday afternoon, the Bishop Broncos played for pride; the Frazier Mountain Falcons played for third place in High Desert League and a spot in the CIF baseball playoffs. Pride won out.
The Broncos ended their season with a perfect 10-0 record after the 13-3 victory over the Falcons in Frazier.
“I was so proud of the team all week,” said coach Tim Reid. “Everybody was drained both physically and mentally.”
The Frazier Mountain game was the third away game in five days for Bishop.

May 11th

Mixed results for Bishop Broncos softball teams

May 11, 2011

The Bishop Lady Broncos softball teams came home from Rosamond Tuesday with a JV win and a varsity loss.
The final league games will be played today against the Desert Scorpions.
It took just five innings for the JV team to beat the Roadrunners, 15-4.
The trouncing went a long way to avenge the Broncos’ 16-11 loss to Rosamond in mid-April. That loss was the last defeat for the Broncos who head to the final league game today at Desert with a 6-2 record, 14-3 overall.

Broncos: HDL champions

May 11, 2011

The Bishop Broncos travelled to Rosamond Tuesday for a rematch with the Roadrunners. The game was pivotal, assuring Bishop the High Desert League championship and, potentially, keeping the team in the top four for CIF baseball playoffs.
The Broncos clinched the first with a 7-3 win over Rosamond. The playoff schedule will be announced Sunday. The Broncos have one more league game, an away match today with the Desert Scorpions who have yet to see a win in league play.

May 9th

Lady Broncos drop final home game to KV

May 9, 2011

The Bishop Lady Broncos softball team lost a tough game, 0-8, to the Kern Valley Lady Broncs Friday.
“You have to score to win,” said coach Stacy Van Nest. “Unfortunately, we couldn’t get past second base.”
Pitcher Megan Erwin, while on the mound, got hit hard by the ball in the fourth inning, but finished the game.
The Broncos fall to 3-5 in High Desert League, 9-10 overall.
The final two league games are on the road, at Rosamond today and Desert Thursday.

Broncos batter Kern Valley

May 9, 2011

The first two innings of Friday afternoon’s baseball match up between the Bishop Broncos and the Kern Valley Broncs were scary close.
Kern Valley jumped out to a 1-4 lead in the second inning. Bishop was plagued with weird errors until the third inning when the real Broncos nine took the field and a 5-4 lead.
“We fielded 11 players Friday,” said coach Tim Reid, “and every one made a huge contribution. It was a total team effort.”

May 2nd

Lady Broncos score wins over C.C. Ravens

May 2, 2011

The Bishop Lady Broncos softball teams both came up with wins over California City Friday. The varsity won 1-0; the junior varsity 19-3.
“We were short handed,” said varsity coach Stacy Van Nest, “traveling with only 11 girls. The win took all 11 and they gave it everything they had.”
According to Van Nest, the lone run was deceptive. “We had several hard hits into the wind,” she said, “so our run doesn’t really show how well we were hitting.”

INDIVIDUAL STATS
Megan Erwin pitched 7 innings, 10 strikeouts, 0 walks, 2 hits
Offense:
Katelyne Lent: 1 for 3
Megan Erwin: 1 for 3

Broncos wallop Ravens 16-1

May 2, 2011

re a bit of a surprise to the Bishop Broncos in early April when the two met at Bishop High. The Ravens took an early lead before the Broncos got on track and came from behind in the fifth inning to win the first High Desert League game 9-4.
There was no surprise in Friday’s rematch in Cal City. The Broncos came home with a 16-1 win and are still on top of the league standings.
“We played terrific defense,” said coach Tim Reid. “Chance Callahan and Schain Thomson were both outstanding.”

April 20th

Briefs

April 20, 2011

Wild Wild West Run in Alabama Hills
The 33rd Wild Wild West run through the Alabama Hills in Lone Pine, Saturday, May 7 starts at Tuttle Creek Campground at 6 a.m. and ends at the Lone Pine Park.
The event includes a 50 K, a marathon, a 10-mile, a 3-mile fun run, and, to celebrate 30 years, a 15-mile run.
Fees, which include a goody bag and T-shirt, are: 50K, $75; Marathon, $70; 10-mile, $60. The cost for the 3-mile fun run is $10 but does not include the shirt.
The award ceremony will be held at 1 p.m. at the Lone Pine Park.

LP track team udpate

April 20, 2011

The Lone Pine Golden Eagles track team headed to Boron April 13 for a five-way Desert Mountain League meet.
Lone Pine competed against Silver Valley, Vasquez, Mojave and Boron.
Josafat Luna claimed two wins in the boys’ hurdles events.
Emmanuel Castro took first in the 800-meter race with a time of 2:29 as well as a second in the 400.
Jareth Eaton’s 5-6 high jump was a first-place effort.
Castro, Eaton and Luna were also on the boys’ 400 meter relay team, along with Sawyer Entwistle. The team took second place.
Genesee Lucia placed second in the girls’ discus.

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