Bishop Union takes 3 of 4 vs. Boron
By Arnie Palu
March 24, 2017
Bishop Union High School Baseball and Softball played host to the Boron Bobcats Tuesday afternoon. The varsity games were close, hotly contested ball games while the JV contests were strong Bishop Union wins. Bronco varsity baseball dropped a one run decision with the varsity softball team winning in come-from-behind fashion, 12-10. Next up for the Bronco Varsity teams will be home games with Lone Pine Wednesday, April 6th.
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Little Eva Lent pitched 7 innings, 10 runs, 7 strikeouts, 7 walks, 7 hits
Hannah Waasdorp, 2 for 4 with a double.
Bailee Piper, 1 for 2 with a double.
Jordan Frankson, 1 for 2 with a double.
Cienna Martinez, 1 for 1.
Ashely Worley, 1 for 3.
Destiny Frank, 1 for 2.
Coaches Comments, “We are very proud of this true team effort for a come from behind victory. We were chasing 8 runs going into the bottom of the second inning, 3 runs going into the bottom of the third where we tied it up and took the lead the bottom of the 4th and held on. We are now 5-5 overall. Next up is Lone Pine April 6th.” Coach Stacy Van Nest
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Winning Pitcher, Selia Amisone.
Coach Patty Cummings reports that Freshman Drew Dondero connected on a grand-slam highlighting Bishop Union’s big offensive day. Next up for the JV girls will be a trip to Burroughs on Saturday, April 9th.
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Bishop Union dropped a one run decision to the Bobcats Tuesday. The loss moves the Broncos record to 4-4-1 on the season. Coach Chris Walston praised the pitching effort of Aaron Chinzi, Justin Yates, and Zack DeLeo. Next up for the Bronco Varsity will be a home game with Lone Pine Wednesday, April 6th. The first Bronco Broadcast on KBOV and here on KIBSKBOV.COM is set for Tuesday, April 12th when the Broncos travel to Rosamond opening High Desert League play.
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