November 3rd, 2011
Today is the day when tens of thousands of wanna-be zombies and ghouls around the world will growl and boogie in unison for the âThrill the World.â It is an international attempt to set the world-record for simultaneous dance to Michael Jacksonâs âThrillerâ song and video and Bishopâs undead will be joining in this year.
Erin Livingston organized the local dance and has been holding lessons all month long.
Donald Frederick Raine
Donald Frederick Raine passed away Oct. 16, 2011 at Scripps Hospital in La Jolla, Calif. He was born in Malvern, Iowa Dec. 28, 1931 to parents Rheba and Charles Raine.
He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Janice; his daughter and son-in-law, Ellen and Matt Burkhart and their three children, Gordon, Douglas, and Margaret; and granddaughter, Kristen Packard daughter of deceased son Brian. He is also survived by his brother, Gene Raine, and sister, Patricia Clark.
Pauline Elizabeth (Huarte) Pedro
Pauline was born in Round Valley, Calif. on Sept. 9, 1929 and passed away on Oct. 23, 2011. She was 82 years old. She was a lifelong resident of Bishop.
Robert E. Clark
Robert E. Clark, 83, born April 24, 1928 in Seminole, Okla., passed away Sept. 13, 2011 in Lake Forest, Calif.
Robert’s family moved from Oklahoma to Lone Pine in 1935. Robert attended Lone Pine schools and worked at the Lone Pine Malt Shop, Lone Pine Drug Store, Lone Pine Café, Genevieve’s Gift Shop, and JC Penney’s. He also worked as a pin setter at the bowling alley, and a bell hop at the Dow Hotel.
Braedon Charles Hyland
Born July, 15, 1993, Braedon died Thursday, Oct. 13 due to complications after a car accident.
Bill Charles Sweat
Bill Sweat, 81, passed away Oct. 6, 2011 with his wife of 46 years, Margo, at his side in Medford, Ore. Bill was born to Laura Mae and Jasper Newton Sweat on Jan. 9, 1930 in Hartshorn, Okla. Bill moved with his family to Shafter in 1939. After three years the family moved to Lone Pine. At an early age Bill started repairing cars. In 1949 he married Caroline Hancock. From that marriage came three children, Susan, Bill and Shari.
The Bishop Youth Football League teams played their final game of the season Oct. 22 in Yerington, Nev.
Bandits take a win against North Valley, 14-6, ending the season in seventh place with a record of 4-4.
Renegades lose to North Valley, 24-0. Their overall record was 1-7.
JV beats Yerington, 40-6, ending with a 2-6.
Collegiates lose to Yerington. 68-0. Season record: 7-0.
The Lone Pine Lady Golden Eagles volleyball team lost on the road to Boron, Thursday in three close games 24-26, 22-25, 23-25.
âThis team learns something about themselves every time they step on the court,â said coach Mel Joseph. âThursday, they learned that key miscues in transition is what led to this loss.â
The Eagles served 94% and recorded 10 aces.
Lone Pine now prepares for their final match of the season when they host the Mammoth Huskies, Wednes-day, Nov. 2. The game is Senior Night with Joseph honoring his seniors for the 20th time in his Lone Pine coaching career.
The Bishop High Junior girls clobbered the Seniors 20-6 in the annual Powder Puff football game, kicking off Homecoming week Monday, Oct. 24 at John Schwab field.
Junior QB Katelyn Lent put her squad on the scoreboard, behind a key block by Madi Taylor, in the first quarter with a 2-yard run.
As the clock ticked down the first half, linebacker Aubrie Nolan intercepted a Seniorsâ pass. Nolan headed down field for a 35-yard TD, putting the Juniors ahead 14-0.
The Seniors quarterback executed a pass play in the third to narrow the lead 14-6.
The Bishop Broncos Cross Country teams dominated the Desert Scorpions on their home course at Tungstens Hills Wednesday.
The boys won 15-48 taking the top six spots with Wyatt Walsh leading the pack in his first race win at 19:37. The girls, running against an incomplete field of Lady Scorpions, remain undefeated in High Desert League. Jackie Garcia recorded her first win of the season in 23:28.