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St. Stephen’s Turkey Trot winners

November 26, 2012

Runners flew through the streets of Bishop Saturday, Nov. 17, for a good cause and a turkey. The 10K and 5K run started and ended at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Hall.
The Turkey Trot is an annual fundraiser for St. Stephen’s Catholic Mission in Big Pine. Winners brought home Thanksgiving’s main course.
Turkey Trot Winners
Men’s 10K: Dan Yarborough
Women’s 10K: Rachel Cokeley
Oldies but Goodies
Men’s 5K: Greg Smith
Women’s 5K: Laura Smith
Still Kicking
Men’s 5K: Glen Cokeley
Women’s 5K: Corrie DelGiudice
Women’s 5K Young Adult: Psalm DelGiudice
Little Gobbler

Golden Eagles start season with a bang

November 21, 2012

If you’re Lone Pine High and coming into the basketball season off an OK previous year, and you’re facing Kern Valley Broncs – a bigger school, more competitive league, better record – realistically, you just hope for a decent showing.
The Golden Eagles did that Tuesday night, and then some.
The boys team came within 4 points of a win, at 59-63. Charging back from a weak third quarter, Eagles starters Michael Cappello and Brad Greene fouled out with four minutes on the game clock. Lone Pine held on but had lost its edge under the net.

Lady Eagles lose, 23-37

Bishop competes at CIF championships

November 21, 2012

The Bishop Union High School tennis team sent four Lady Broncos to the Ford Southern Section CIF Individual Champion-ships held in Claremont on Nov. 19.
Together the girls were able to collect a total of 12 games. “The competition is very tough when at this level,” said coach Patty Cummings. “There have been times when we have not won any games so I was extremely impressed with how determined these four girls were this year.”
The doubles team of Katie Tanksley and Tessa Wright lost in two sets – 3-6, 0-6 – against the number one doubles team from Yucca Valley

Lady Broncos face Burros

November 21, 2012

Bishop’s Lady Broncos basketball team kicked off its 2012-13 season on the road against the tough Division 3A Burroughs Burros of Ridgecrest.
The Broncos lost 41-51but started strong in the first quarter. Tamia Shoshone, Brooke Callahan and Shiloh Smith led the scoring effort.
Katelyn Lent dropped in 7 points in the second quarter with Callahan and Smith contributing 2 each. The Broncos defense was worn down by the more than ample subs from the Burroughs bench.
Although the Broncos out-scored the Burros in the second half, they were just out-manned by the home team bench.

Lady Broncos face Burros

November 21, 2012

Bishop’s Lady Broncos basketball team kicked off its 2012-13 season on the road against the tough Division 3A Burroughs Burros of Ridgecrest.
The Broncos lost 41-51but started strong in the first quarter. Tamia Shoshone, Brooke Callahan and Shiloh Smith led the scoring effort.
Katelyn Lent dropped in 7 points in the second quarter with Callahan and Smith contributing 2 each. The Broncos defense was worn down by the more than ample subs from the Burroughs bench.
Although the Broncos out-scored the Burros in the second half, they were just out-manned by the home team bench.

Golden Eagles preview

November 20, 2012

Scott Kemp, Lone Pine’s boys basketball coach, has only one returning starter, three guys up from last year’s JV and four freshmen. So why is he smiling?
First, the senior is Michael Cappello, last year’s go-to guy and top-scorer. Alec Garcia is coming up from JV and bringing his running back speed. Greg Greene, at 6-foot, 2-inches, and Kelby Hykes join him on the 2012 varsity squad.

Second playoff game, by the numbers

November 14, 2012

The Bishop Broncos take on the Salesian Mustangs in round two of the CIF football playoffs this Friday on the road. The game starts at 6:30 p.m. and will be broadcast on KBOV.
So, the question of the hour: can the Broncos win? The answer is one of those frustratingly coach-like responses: the Salesian Mustangs can be beaten. Bishop has the talent, the coaching, every element necessary to come away with an upset over a school seeded just one spot higher in the CIF Northeast Division.

Bishop XC caps off season at CIF Prelims

November 14, 2012

The Bishop girls and boys varsity Cross Country runners came away with improved times at the CIF Southern Section Cross Country Prelims, Saturday, Nov. 10 at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut.
Nearly all the Bronco competitors shaved at least 30 seconds off of their individual times on the three-mile course since the Mt. SAC Invitational held three weeks ago.

Bishop Country Club Ladies’ update

November 14, 2012

Aug. 7, Ts and Fs
First Flight
Joan Evans, 38
Wie Bunten, 40.5 (carded)
Second Flight
Pat Pontak, 32.5
Sue Clarkson, 34.5
Third Flight
Ceal Gargan, 36
Irene Knight, 38
Least Putts: Sue Clarkson, 30
Aug. 14, Nassau
First Flight
Jeanne Rambeau, Best Overall, 62
Judy Wada, Best Front, 38
Wie Bunten, Best Back, 31.5
Second Flight
Pat Pontak, Best Overall, 69
Lysa Eldridge, Best Front, 40
Linda Knapp, Best Back, 34
Third Flight
Noel Bell, Best Overall, 92
Ceal Gargan, Best Front, 48
Diane Nicholson, Best Back, 39.5
Least Putts: Wie Bunten, 25
Aug. 21, Estimate
Net Score

Bishop levels the Knights

November 12, 2012

No surprise. The Bishop Broncos destroyed the Desert Christian Knights, 49-7, in round one of the CIF football playoffs.
The Broncos’ offense was nothing short of spectacular, scoring 5 touchdowns in 10 plays, four in the first half, the fifth in the first 65 minutes of the second.

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