Local Scores

Various scores for teams throughout the listening area of KIBS.


Bishop Union 10 South 5 on March 14

Chay Johnson pitched 7 innings, 9K’s, 3 hits

Peyton Tetrick 4 for 4 with 4 runs scored
Shawnau Johnson 1 for 4
Hannah Waasdorp 1 for 3 with a triple and 2 RBI’s
Chay Johnson 2 for 3 with a triple and 1 RBI
Haley Hersley 2 for 4
Vic Begay 1 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI’s
Drew Dondero 1 for 3
Alondra Ojeda 2 for 3

Next up:  Double header vs Burroughs High at 1pm and 3pm on March 25th


Varsity 13 to 3 win vs South on March 14
Johnston, Yates and Pascal combined for 4 hits 3 runs highlighted by Cade Pascal’s 8 pitch shut down final inning.
Malonie 3-3 with triple and RBI.
Kubiak 2-3 triple, 3 sb’s
Parra 2-4 triple 3 sb’s
DeAngelo 1-2 RBI, stolen base
Outfield of Molina, Wagner, Waasdorp had 3 put outs!
Pascal 1-1 RBI
Landevarde1-1 RBI
Yates 1-2 2 sb’s

Next up:  Home against Mammoth March 17, 3pm


Lady Broncos win 3 out of 4 at Yerington 2 day tourney.

Recaps by Stacy Van Nest

Friday march 10th (Day 1)

Game #1

Bishop Union 12 Dayton 3

Chaynua Johnson Pitched 5 innings and had 11K’s, 4 BB’s, and 1 hit against.

Peyton Tetrick 2 for 4
Shawnua Johnson 2 for 3
Hannah Waasdorp 2 for 3 with 1 RBI
Chay Johnson 3 for 3 with a 3 run homer over the fence and 5 RBIS for the day
Hannah Frankson 2 for 3
Gracie Soto was 1 for 1
Alondra Ojeda 1 for 2 with a double
Vic Begay 1 for 2
Friday Game #2
Bishop Union 3 Yerington 7
Chay Johnson pitched 6 innings and had 7 K’s 4 BB’s, and 6 hits
Shawnua Johnson 2 for 3
Hannah Waasdorp 2 for 3
Chay Johnson 1 for 3 with a double
Hannah Frankson 1 for 3 with a double and 2 RBIS
Saturday March 11th
Game #1
Bishop 7 Truckee 0
Peyton Tetrick pitched 6 innings 2 K’s, 1 BB, and 2 hits
Peyton Tetrick 2 for 4
Shawnua Johnson 1 for 4 with a triple and 2 RBIS
Hannah Waasdorp 1 for 3
Julie Cepeda 1 for 1
Drew Dondero 1 for 3
Saturday Game#2
Bishop Union 4 Yerington 0
Chay Johnson pitched 6 innings 0 hits, 11K’s 2 BB’s
Peyton Tetrick 1 for 3
Shawnua Johnson 1 for 3 with 1 RBI
Hannah Waasdorp 2 for 2 with a home nd a double and 2 RBIS
Chay Johnson 1 for 2
Drew Dondero 1-1
Alondra Ojeda walked and scored 1 run
The Broncos are now 3-1 overall after  a great opening weekend with a true team effort and minimal defensive errors.  Offensively, The Broncos scored in every game.  Next up They’ll face South High School from Bakersfield at home tomorrow at 3:15 City Park field #2.


Broncos pickup 2 wins in Yerington.

Posted by Seth Conners

Recaps provided by Linda Frigerio

Varsity team March 10th (Yerington tourney day 1)

Game 1 versus Tonopah Bishop cruised to a 15-0 victory led by the pitching of Blake Johnston with no walks and 5 K’s.Game 2 versus mineral county : slow start for bishop as they fell behind 0-5, but came back in a phenomenal third inning 2 out rally started by a single by Blake Johnston followed up by a huge double by Mike Molina resulting in 3 RBI’s.  A great 3rd and 4th inning of pitching by Cade Pascale with 3Ks and a timely 4th inning single and  RBI by Brodie Maloney gave the bishop Broncos a 6-5 victory.

Kubiak 2-5. , 2 singles 1 RBI
Wagoner 2-6, 2 doubles 1 RBI
Maloney 4-6, 4 singles 4 RBI
Omohundro 3-4, 1 single 2 doubles 2RBI
Molina 2-2, 2 doubles 2RBI

Varsity team March 11th (Day 2)
Game 1 versus Dayton resulted in a disappointing 15-0 loss. Dayton’s pitching dominated-  holding the Broncos to only 3 hits the entire game.  Kade Wagoner and Blake Johnston with a single each and Mikey Molina with a double.  The highlight of the Dayton game, however, was a good pitching outing for sophomore Cade Pascale with 5 K’s.
Game 2 versus Yerington was also a loss.  Bishop led 2-0 going in to the 5th inning, but Yerington’s bats got hot and they scored 5 in the 5th to get the 5-2 win. Impressive pitching performance by Justin Yates as he held yerington to 3 up 3 down in the first 2 innings.
Kubiak and Maloney both went 2-3, 2 singles each
Parra, 1-2
Yates 1-2, 1 RBI
Wagoner  Sac fly for 1 RBI.


Broncos advance to CIF quarterfinals!

By Seth Conners

The Bishop Broncos varsity basketball team advanced to the CIF quarterfinals with a win over Delano’s Kennedy High on Wednesday night.  Final score…Bishop 60 … Kennedy 58.  They’ll now host Kingsburg on Friday, February 24th.  Tipoff for the game is at 7pm at Bishop’s Gus Klekas Gymnasium.  The Broncos are now 20-4 on the year.


Maybe it was the energizing long bus ride. Maybe Coach Palu has found something for these kids to rally on. Either way, the Bishop Bronco’s traveled to the “other side of the mountain” and put a  Central Cal team in their place last Thursday night.

Molina,Rennie. Can’t keep a good horse down.

Forget common opponents, means nothing. All the Broncos have to do is get on the bus, drive for hours and beat a team that we have no experience with. Sounds easy enough right?

Jerry Mendez has been a SOLID kicker all year.

When the dust settled, the Bronco’s got back on that energizing bus with a big win over Caruthers 49-16.

Senior leader and QB Ryan Graves played out of his mind. Ryan likes long bus rides.  Passing, Graves went 8 for 9 with 176 yards. And when Graves wasn’t passing the ball, he was shredding the Caruthers defense for 170 yards and 3 TD’s on the ground.

Graves with daylight.

Izaak Morganstein is playing his last season too. He’s logged a few miles on a bus. Bring it on! Izaak caught 143 yards worth of real estate with 2 TD’s.

Smothering defense works.

#18 Arturo Lemus is fun to watch. And we get to watch him for a couple more years. Lemus is a Sophomore. Lemus ran for a TD, and on “D” he had an interception and 9 total tackles.

Sophomore Arturo Lemas was all over the field on offense and defense.

The Bronco defense deserves credit. They’ve played through diversity. They play tough,Bronco defense like the good ole days. Double digit tackles in this playoff game goes to Mike Molina(12) and Lorenzo Parra (11). We shall call them Horses.

A small group from the stable. Molina, Rennie, Parra and Martinez.
Freshman Luke McClean got the call up from JV. I would say he enjoyed the bus ride.
JR Sam Moose getting the tackle.

With the Bronco’s ranking of 11th, we will get back on that energizing bus, we will wave to Caruthers as we pass that school on Highway 99 and head to Firebaugh. Common opponents ? Who cares, just keep the bus rolling.


Stellar Photography by Lorenzo Parra




Bishop’s JV team wins. That’s what they do all year long. This victory was tight. With the score knotted at ZERO-ZERO going into the 4th quarter, Wesley Pettet changes the score and the outcome of the game with a rushing TD AND the 2 point conversion. Bishop wins 8-0 !!

Bishop’s Jon Torres drags a Cal City player for a few extra yards.
This Cal City pass was intended for #18 but it didn’t make it. Luke McClean grabs the INT.

A defensive game requires defensive pictures.

Tian DeBeaupre with 2 of his tackles in the backfield for losses.



Tristan Valle and Cal Omohondro in the backfield getting after Cal City’s QB.
Bishop QB found some running room in the first half but was kept out of the end zone.
Wesley Pettet keeping this Cal City back from finding too much daylight.

Bronco Varsity Down’s Cal City


Cal City scored first, Cal City scored last, but the game was won by the Bishop Broncos. Besides a very sluggish 4th quarter by the Broncos which let Cal City drop 20 points on them, the Bishop boys prevailed by a final score of 34-28. Cal City came out of the blocks firing and scoring on their first drive of the game. With an 8-0 lead within the first 5 minutes, this was the only time they would see the end zone until the 4th quarter. Then QB Ryan Graves and company took over.

Graves with one of his 23 passes in the game.

The offensive game was going great with a score of 21-8 Broncos at halftime.

Alan Torres making the catch from Ryan Graves.

Defense has been solid all year. With Lorenzo Parra out from injury the “D” stepped up to keep the Ravens out of the end zone through the third quarter.

Top Defensive Broncos

Molina – 10 tackles,    Morganstein – 9 tackles, Torres – 9 tackles, Joe Mayhugh – 12 tackles.

Mmoran West breaking up a big passing play from Cal City.
Defense by committee. Its the Bronco way.
#50 Mike Molina had 8 solo tackles. He was on point on this play.

Joe Mayhugh had a big intercepting in the 3rd QTR to stop a Raven drive.

Mayhugh stopping a Raven drive with this INT.


Passing – Ryan Graves 13 for 23 for 224 yards with 1 TD pass

Receiving – Izaak Morganstein had 5 receptions for 140 yards  with one TD.

Nothing but real estate for Izaak after this completion from Graves.

Rushing –  Cal City bottles up Sean Brown on this night. Brown rushing for only 26 yards on 11 carries with one rushing touchdown.

Arturo Lemus carried the ball 3 times for 72 yards and a score and QB Ryan Graves ran 10 times for 73 yards with 2 TD’s.

One of Ryan’s 2 TD runs.
Sophomore Arturo Lemus making the tackle. This kid is a player !!
A GREAT diving catch for a TD in the 4th quarter for Cal City receiver Ty Jones.
Ravens Sophomore Perrion Grays makes a catch to keep a Cal City Drive going in the 4th quarter.

The Bronco’s now must wait. Frazier Mountain will not field a team for the Bronco’s last game of the season. Playoff pairings are soon to follow.

Photos By Gary Young Photography

Gary Young Photography



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 !!!

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 launching a bomb!

Luke also ran for 2 scores with 75 yards rushing.


Wesley Pettet carried the ball 9 times for 50 yards with 1 Touchdown.

Wesley Pettet’s TD run from 10 yards out.

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.



Tian DeBeaupre making the great INT !

Another fine effort by the Bronco JV team with the win over the Desert Scorpions.





Photos by Gary Young Photography