The Bronco JV team did not have to go through what the Varsity team did with the on-sides kicks. Just once, on the opening kick off…. If you can keep the opponent from scoring, they have no chance to on-side kick ! So that’s what the JV’s did, shutting out the Desert Scorpions 32-0.
Luke McClean continues to lead the offense, putting up points quickly and often. Luke had 8 completions for 84 yards a 1 TD pass.
Luke also ran for 2 scores with 75 yards rushing.
Wesley Pettet carried the ball 9 times for 50 yards with 1 Touchdown.
Tian DeBeaupre played a solid game for the JV’s with 67 all purpose yards and one spectacular interception as seen in the 3 photos below.
Another fine effort by the Bronco JV team with the win over the Desert Scorpions.
Honestly, Desert did things weird. They did things different. They do not punt , and when they did….it was a failure. They do not kick off, they try on-sides kicks every time. Weird !!! But it worked for them this time. Giving the Broncos great field position all night with their failed on-sides kicks, the Bishop Broncos just did not take advantage of the field position. The rare times Desert converted their on-sides kicks, they would march down the field and score. And score they did, with a final score of 54-36.
Some pictures from the game…
Without making excuses, the Broncos were banged up with some key players out. With Lorenzo Parra going out early, the Bronco defense was missing another key link.
Bishop was held to just 110 yards rushing for the night by a stingy Desert defense. Senior Ryan Graves was 10 for 20 passing with 2 TDs passes and 2 rushing TD’s.
We are at home next Friday Night against Cal City… Come on out and support the Bishop Broncos.
By Gary Young and his Beautiful Reporter Rochelle Young.
It was all about the Senior class of 2017 when the final whistle blew on an exciting night of Football for the ladies. Who said Football is a man’s sport? These Juniors and Seniors might be friends off the Gridiron but when this game started, the friendship’s ended.
The Seniors scored first with a great run from tailback Kali Barrett.
The 2 point conversion failed so it was 6-0 Seniors. The feisty Juniors came right back with a score of their own and then junior Sara Voss kicked the extra point which gave the Juniors the halftime lead of 7-6.
Personal stats were not available at press time but Sara Voss was in BEASTMODE for the Juniors the entire game.
When the dust settled (and a phantom whistle being blown by a ref taking away a Junior touchdown) The Senior class prevailed with a final score of 12-7.
The loss to KV is ancient history. The Rosamond Roadrunners came to town and the Bronco JV squad sent them packing. Led by Freshman QB Luke McClean, the Broncos were victorious by a final score of 42-24.
McClean passed for 84 yards and ran for 147 yards with two scores.
Jayden Braithwaite carried the ball 6 times for 48 yards with one score.
Other Broncos putting points on the board were Jon Torres with a rushing TD and Wesley Pettet had two rushing touchdowns.
Yosemite preserved a Homecoming victory over the Broncos with a thrilling 28-21 overtime win in front of a huge crowd in Oakhurst Ca. Yosemite Running back #22 Johnny Varian providing a good portion of the Badgers offensive output in the game.
Bronco QB Ryan Graves had a great game throwing for 194 yards with 2 TD passes and rushing for 36 yards with 1 rushing TD.
Bronco Back Sean Brown played a great game on both offense and defense. Brown rushed for 70 yards on 14 carries, and had 5 solo tackles with 8 assists on “D”
With Injuries to Izaak Morganstein and Mario Velasco in the first half, the Broncos relied on Hunter Waasdorp, Arturo Lemus and Allan Torres to handle the receiving duties and all three players stepped up to the challenge. Waasdorp caught 5 passes for 54 yards and 1 TD. Lemus grabbed a couple receptions for 28 yards total and Torres had 3 catches for 30 yards.
The Bronco defense shined throughout the game but ultimately fell to the Badgers in Overtime 28-21. Next up Broncos travel to Kern Valley on Friday night, October 7th.
The Bishop Bronco JV Football team made the beautiful road trip to Oakhurst California to take on the Yosemite Badgers on Homecoming Night for the Badgers. The Bronco JV football team continued to put up winning numbers with a final score of 25-6 in front of a great audience provided by Yosemite.
4 Bishop TD’s are provided by the rushing attack of the JV Bronco runners.
Jayden Braithwaite carried the ball only 4 times with 1 TD
Luke McClean had 9 rushes for 94 yards and 2 TD’s
Tony DeBeaupre had 5 touches for 77 yards and 1 TD.
Wesley Pettet was the workhorse in the backfield with 19 carries for 115 yards rushing.
All around a solid Victory for the Bronco JV team.
The Bishop Bronco Varsity Football Team traveled to Yermo California for a non-league match-up with the Silver Valley Trojans on Friday night. After one half the Bronco’s led with a score of 7-6, then the defense AND the offense played tough Bishop football to pull away from the Trojans. The final score was a 28-18 victory for the visiting Bishop Broncos.
Passing for the Broncos- Ryan Graves was 4 for 12 for 88 yards.
Silver Valley’s QB Michael Marrero attempted 34 passes with 15 completions for 142 yards and 2 TD’s.
Rushing – Izaak Morganstein only carried the ball 3 times for 21 yards.
Auturo Lemus (Sophomore) continued to shine when he touches the ball with 3 carries for 52 yards.
Sean Brown rushed for 47 yards on 13 carries with a TD and QB Ryan Graves ran for 84 yards and one TD also.
Big Props to the Bronco defense with Mike Molina returning an interception for a TD in the 1st quarter.
Thanks to Lorenzo Parra for the stellar photography.
The Bishop Broncos traveled to Beautiful Yermo California for a non-league game against the Silver Valley Trojans. The Bronco JV team was running on all cylinders with a convincing 40-6 victory over the Trojans.
Some of the game stats:
Passing – Luke McClean was 7 for 9 with 98 yards passing
Jayden Braithwaite ran the ball 3 times for 28 yards
Luke McClean had 8 rushes for 92 yards and 2 scores.
Tian DeBeaupre carried the ball only 4 times but ran for 98 yards.
Jayden Braithwaite had 4 catches 49 yards.
Hunter Beall had 1 catch for 35 yards.
It was a great Bronco Victory with the defense playing great all game long.
Huge thanks to Lorenzo Parra for the Photography on this road game.
The Owens River Fire remains at 5,443 acres and is 75% contained. Today, crews will work on extinguishing some hot spots on the southern edge of the fireline, and some burning continues in the interior of the fire. Firefighters are mopping up and backhauling equipment. Demobilization will continue throughout the weekend. Fire behavior is expected to be minimal. Warmer and dryer weather is predicted for the weekend.
Fire officials will open some roads to public traffic northeast of the fire area today. The Owens River Road remains closed and the public is asked to stay out of this area to keep it safe for firefighters who are still working in the vicinity. The Big Springs Campground, Clark Canyon, and nearby ranches and developments have been evacuated and those areas remain closed.
There are 9 hand crews, 19 engines, 2 helicopters, 2 dozers, and 5 water tenders assigned to the fire. There are 354 personnel working on the incident.
The cost of the fire is estimated to be $3,900,000.00. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Photos taken in the June Lake Loop and on Highway 395 five miles South of the June Lake Loop turnoff from 395 in Mono County.