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Hoops update for valley schools

December 3, 2012

Big Pine’s Alicia Peterson scored a total of 16 points in the Lady Warriors’ two tourney games. Photo by Deb Murphy

The past few days have been painfully quiet in terms of Owens Valley high school sports.
The Bishop Broncos’ match-up with the Mojave Mustangs, scheduled for this past Friday, was cancelled when high winds closed U.S. 395 to high-profile vehicles, which included the Mustangs’ bus.
The balance of area athletes were on the road honing their skills in tournament play.

Bishop Broncos
Bishop’s basketball squads are on the road to Mineral County today. The end of this week, both varsity teams will be participating in tournament action.
The first home stand for the Broncos varsity will be at the Christmas Classic, starting Dec. 27.

Big Pine Warriors
The Warriors headed north to Coleville to take on the Coleville Wolves Friday and Lee Vining Tigers Saturday.
The Lady Warriors lost to Lee Vining, 26-32, ending the game with only three players on the floor, having lost two to foul trouble.
The Lady Wolves dominated Big Pine handing them a 23-44 loss.
INDIVIDUAL STATS
Big Pine 26 v Lee Vining 32
Alicia Peterson: 9 pts, 7 rebounds, 2 steals
Sheyanne Wilder: 17 pts., 9 rebounds, 5 steals
Kaylee Simpson: 2 rebounds, 1 steal
Joyce Stoddard: 3 rebounds, 1 steal
Taylor Stultz: 9 rebounds, 3 steals
Big Pine 23 v Coleville 44
Alicia Peterson: 7 pts., 13 rebounds, 3 steals
Sheyanne Wilder: 16 pts., 13 rebounds
Kaylee Simpson: 3 rebounds, 4 steals
Joyce Stoddard: 2 rebounds, 1 steal
Taylor Stultz: 1 rebound, 1 steal

The Warriors stayed close to Lee Vining, but sent too many Tigers to the free throw line in the final minutes of play, taking a 31-39 loss.
The host team beat the Warriors a decisive 22-57.
“We’re struggling right now,” said coach Darrin Chirrick. “Our defense is coming around. We just have to work on scoring and handling the pressure. We’re going to improve and be ready for (Hi-Lo) league.”
The Warriors have a rematch with the Mammoth Huskies on the road today, then host Beatty Friday, Dec. 14
INDIVIDUAL STATS
Big Pine 31 v Lee Vining 39
Micah Bacoch: 9 pts., 5 rebounds, 1 assist
David Barlow: 10 pts.
Bailey Chirrick: 3 pts., 5 rebounds, 4 assists
Parker Bear: 2 pts., 5 rebounds, 1 steal
Ray Clark: 6 pts.
Big Pine 22 v Coleville 57
Micah Bacoch: 7 pts., 5 rebounds
David Barlow: 8 pts., 1 steal
Bailey Chirrick: 6 pts., 6 rebounds

Lone Pine Golden Eagles

Chirrick is not the only coach struggling with that pesky scoring issue. According to Lady Golden Eagles coach Sonny Lindsey, “we’re moving the ball, we’re getting penetration, we’re just tentative when it comes to shooting.”
More details on the Lady Eagles’ matches at the Serpent Classic held in Hawthorne, Nev., last Friday and Saturday, will be available for Thursday’s sports page. Lindsey’s brief recap: “We won our last game; got blown out in one and were competitive in the other two. We look a little better with each game. We just have to learn to win.”
The Eagles lost two matches by a nose: Lone Pine 48, Virginia City 51; and Lone Pine 48, Pershing County 52.
Lone Pine travels to Ridgecrest for a rematch with Immanuel Christian today. Desert Mountain League play starts Friday, Dec. 7 against Silver Valley on the road. Next Tuesday, Dec. 11, the Eagles host the Bishop Broncos in the cross-county pairing with the junior varsity games starting at 3 p.m., the girls varsity at 6 p.m. followed by the boys at 7:30 p.m.

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