Lady Broncos Boarders sweep
Bishop High’s women’s team swept the slalom races down an icy “Fascination” last Friday in the third divisional snowboard race with five of the six Lady Broncos finishing in the top 10.
In the morning, Jocelyn Crockett placed third overall; Angela Bell, sixth; Kelsey Nikolaus, seventh; Haley Pennington, eighth; Rebecca Borin, 10th and Brooke Ross, 11th.
The Lady Broncos did equally well in the afternoon race with Nikolaus finishing in second place, Crockett in fifth, Bell in seventh, Pennington in eighth, Borin in 10th and Ross in 12th place.
The Broncos took first place in the morning race with four of the seven Bishop boarders placing in the top ten spots. Trevor Taylor finished in second place; Jon Barbieri, sixth; Nic Hilton, eighth; Arden Wagoner, ninth; Ethan Casteel, 14th and Daniel Johnson 22nd.
The Broncos placed second in the afternoon race. Taylor came in first place overall with an incredible 29 second time on his first run. Hilton placed third overall; Barbieri, fifth; Johnson, 11th; Casteel, 15th, and Jesus Beltran, 17th.
The fourth and final divisional race is scheduled for tomorrow starting about 9:30 a.m.
Broncos ski team rule afternoon
The Bishop Broncos ski teams swept the afternoon slalom runs.
Robert Toy beat out second place Evan Richman, from Bishop, by nearly three seconds. Third place Jesse Woods rounded out the all-Bishop podium.
Laurel Stickells took the win with a 0.2-second advantage over Mammoth’s top racer.
Other solid Bronco finishes in the afternoon were Kyle Hiroyasu, seventh, Nick Schley, eighth, Rusty Maddock, 10th, Coles Means 12th and Max Piercey 15th.
The Lady Broncos crowded the top 10 spots in the afternoon with Madison Pauley taking third followed by Anne Stickells, Anamaria Sanchez, Nichole Villanueva and Browyn Stephenson. Dana Grevenkamp and Kirsten Underwood rounded out the afternoon with ninth and 10th.
Pauley placed second for the morning run with the Stickells, Villanueva, Sanchez, Grevenkamp and Stephenson finishing third through ninth.
Woods placed third for the men’s team in the morning runs, followed by Piercey, David Tanksley, Richman and Hiroyasu. Toy, Sam Delamora, Rusty Maddock and Means finished the morning runs in 11th through 14th place.