The Lone Pine High School Golden Eagles Basketball team started the 2015-2016 season with an impressive 75-24 win over Frazier Mt. Lone Pine is opening the season in the Rosamond Tournament. Senior Ryan Cappello had a big opening night with 21 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists. Adrian Gonzalez, Brad Greene and Garrett Sullivan also contributed double digit points. The competition gets tougher in the next round of the Rosamond tournament as Lone Pine will face off with Palmdale High School tonight (Thursday, December 3rd)
Lone Pine finished the 2014-2015 season with a 25-3 record, including a 14-0 record in the Desert Mountain league, advancing to the CIF-Southern Section Quarterfinals. The Golden Eagles are coached by Scott Kemp.
A Bronco 9th grader played a role in 9 goals Monday in Bishop Unions 13-0 win over Mammoth. Freshman Katie Dohnel scored 5 goals and made 4 assists as Bishop Union opened the season with a road win at Mammoth. Bishop Coach Manny Terrasas reports that Kaylyn Boxley added 3 goals and 1 assist, Brittney Santana had 2 goals, Ritz Garcia, Emeli Mora, and Danica Thornburg each scored once. Karla Castilla recorded a pair of assists. Coach Terrasas noted great play by Korie Boxley as well. The Girls team will travel to the Eagle Cup this weekend.
The Bronco boys fell to Mammoth Monday 4-0. First year varsity head coach Peter Thomsen noted strong performances turned in by Patrick Mitton on offense with Bryan Gonzales and Alan Torres playing well for the Bronco Defense.
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Duncan and Carson Reid made the trip to Fresno this past Saturday representing Bishop Union High School at the State Cross-Country meet. The Reids qualified for the state meet running in Division 4. Coach Heidi Eldridge indicates the Bronco Duo were two of the 192 runners racing in Division 4. Duncan Reid turned in a time of 16:59, good for 105th and Carson Reid finished in 17:14 good for 122nd.
The state finals were held in Fresno at the 5,000 meter Woodward Park course. JSerra High School’s Andrew Burkhardt won Division 4 with a time of 15:08. Santa Ynez High School boys won the team title for Division 4.
cover photo by Steve Dutcher Photography.
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Mammoth Graduate Matt Graef named 2nd team All-Conference
by Arnie Palu
Mammoth High School Graduate Matt Graef is a sophomore linebacker at Illinois College, a NCAA division III school in Jacksonville Illinois. The Blueboys compete in the Midwest Conference. This week the Midwest Conference announced their All-Conference selections and Matt Graef earned 2nd team honors. Graef had a standout sophomore season leading the Blueboys in tackles in route to a 5-5 record.
Midwest Conference Announcement:
GRINNELL, Iowa – The Illinois College football team – fresh off its 30-27 overtime victory over Carroll University in the No. 2 matchup of the Midwest Conference Championship Weekend – put nine members on the All-MWC South Division teams on Wednesday. Dinari Ellis, Austin Ellsworth, Brady Huber, Kyle Nance, Brody Pogue, Meeko Reddick and Logan Uyetake were First Team selections, while Matt Graef and Dylan Schuler made it onto the Second Team.
On the second team for the Blueboys were the linebacker tandem of sophomore Matt Graef and senior Dylan Schuler. Graef led Illinois College with 78 tackles (47 solo) and had four tackles for loss and a pair of fumble recoveries.
“Matt has the potential to be an unbelievable player and I’m hoping that this is just the beginning for him,” said Head Coach Garrett Campbell. “He has the work ethic, athleticism and ability to do some great things here and be a leader for us in the years to come.
Illinois College wrapped up the 2015 season with a 5-5 record, including a 3-2 mark in the MWC South that tied for second and left the Blueboys with the No. 2 spot thanks to holding the tiebreaker against Cornell and Lake Forest. It was the seventh straight season under Coach Campbell that the Blueboys ended with a record of .500 or better.
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Bishop Youth Football played host to the Antelope Valley Youth Football Championship games Saturday. Bishop not only hosted, but had a team in each of the three division championship games. The Broncos won titles in both Division 1 and Division 2 recording wins over Kern Valley and Boron. Bishop’s Division 3 team fell to rival Kern Valley in the Division 3 title game.
Kern Valley 19
Coach Jim Reynolds guided the Division 1 Broncos to a championship Saturday finishing off a undefeated season. The Broncos were paced by standout Elijah Reynolds. Elijah’s big day included 5 rushing touchdowns on just 14 carries. Reynolds rolled up 302-yards scoring on runs of 35, 18, 50, 70, and 40 yards. Elijah also racked up a team high 7 tackles. Vinney Begay had a strong game with 6 rushes for 20-yards scoring 2 extra points and collecting 5 tackles. Damon Terrazas rushed 5 times for 40-yards including a 30-yard touchdown and made 3 tackles. Carlos Suarez Jr scored an extra point and made a tackle. Justin Pettet made 3 tackles, Chucky Delgado had a tackle, Ishia Lee made 3 tackles including a tackle for a 8-yard loss. Richie Talevera collected 5 tackles, Preston Pool-Harjo 3, and Darrick Cortez 2 stops.
Coach Jim Reynolds Comments, ” I would like to thank all the coaches that helped this year, (James Pettet, Mike Harjo, Aaron Berkovatz, Jon Torres, and Team Manager Leslie Harjo), they helped in the success of this team. We went undefeated (11-0). I am extremely proud of each one of these kids. I have seen them grow and learn the game of football. I was so excited for the kids to win a Super Bowl and experience the feeling.” Thanks Jim Reynolds
The Division 2 game featured the top seed, undefeated Boron Wildcats and the underdog Bishop Broncos. Boron entered the game with a 10-0 record including a pair of regular season wins over the Broncos, 30-12 and 43-14.
Bishop got on the board first with a clutch 3rd down touchdown pass from Jakob Redman to Colt Matteson. Bishop’s 6-0 lead quickly became a 19-6 Boron lead at the close of the first half. The Bronco defense shut down the wildcats in the second half allowing the team to mount a strong comeback. Cain Omohundro keyed the defensive effort including a forced fumble. Jakob Redman connected with Austin Halfen and Kenyan Piper for second half touchdown passes. Reece Marsh drilled 2 point after kicks giving the Broncos at 22-19 win.
Coaches Comments, “Big rushing efforts from Chevyo Marquez and Kenyan Piper kept the drives alive for the Broncos. The offense line played the best game they have played all year against the bigger Bobcat lineman. It was a huge team effort to win this game.”
The Bishop Division 2 team is coached by Head Coach Will Lyons, Assistant coaches Chris Matteson, Thom Batchelder, Steve Omohundro, Ronny Georgeson and Chuck Steedle.
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Bishop Union High School Cross Country competes in CIF central section championships
Reid Brothers advancing to State
by Arnie Palu
Coaches Heidi Eldridge, Katie Kress and the Bishop Union High School Cross Country team traveled to Fresno for the Central Section CIF finals. The Girls team finished 5th out of 17 teams while the boys finished 7th in the field of 32 teams. Both Duncan Reid and Carson Reid qualified for the CIF State meet back in Fresno on November 28th. Duncan finished 3rd with Carson bringing home 7th place. The Bronco girls were paced by a pair of Freshman, Ariana Pope finished 10th with Emma Place in 13th. The teams are coached by Heidi Eldridge and Katie Kress.
Boys Team Results DIVISION IV Team scores: 1. Kerman 49
2. Avenal 84
3. Rosamond 129
4. Coalinga 160
5. Taft 174
6. Kennedy 201
7. Bishop Union 210
Girls Team Results DIVISION IV Team scores:
1. Central Valley Christian 20
2. Rosamond 96
3. Corcoran 129
4. Liberty-Madera Ranchos 134
5. Bishop Union 156
Team results courtesy of the Fresno Bee
Boys Individual Places
3. Duncan Reid, Jr.
7. Carson Reid, Sr.
61. Jordan Kost, Sr.
68. Nathan Gardea, So.
71. Dylan Fitt, So.
109. Jonathan Tait, Fr.
128. Sam Omondi, So.
The 2015-2016 Tonopah High School Wrestling team has announced is roster. Mucker wrestling is under the direction of Head Coach Duffy Otteson. Coach Otteson is set to begin his 5th season. The Muckers line up features a nice blend of youth and experience with top athletes returning from a successful 2014-2015 season. Top returners include, Junior Tanner Otteson, Sernior Tristan Otteson, Senior. Kekoa Elliot, and Senior Jamaree Earl.
Tonopah Muckers 2015 Wrestling Roster
1. Austin Leach Fr 106
2. John Shiflet Fr 113
3. Bretton Otteson Fr 120
4. Mathew Malendrez Fr 126
5. Tanner Otteson Jr 132
6. Tristan Otteson Sr 138
7. Jamaree Earl Sr 145
8. Chris Mccollough Fr 152
9. Kekoa Elliott Sr 160
10. Paul McMillan So 160
11. Jaden Six So 170
12. Kevin Pope Fr 182
13. David Ramsey Sr 195
14. Max Swansan Fr 220
Two additional Freshman have been added to the Muckers team:
Braden Tissue Fr 106
Brandon Scobey Fr 113
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Three championship football games will be play Saturday at Bishop Union High Schools John Schwab field. Bishop Youth football will have a team in each division championship game. The Cheerleading competition will take place in advance of the football games. The Cheer competition will begin at 8am.
Division 1 football
The undefeated Bishop Youth football team coached by Jim Reynolds will host Kern Valley at 1pm Saturday. The D-1 team shut out Boron in the Semi-finals last weekend 26-0. Elijah Reynolds had a big game rushing for 181-yards on just 6 carries. Reynolds scored 3 touchdowns and made 10 tackles for the D-1 defense. Vinney Begay ran for 36-yards and a touchdown while making 9 tackles on defense.
Individual Statistics vs. Boron:
Damon Terrazas, 1 tackle 5 carries for 35 yards.
Elijah Reynolds, 10 tackles 6 carries for 181 yards and 3 touchdowns and a extra point.
Vinney Begay, 9 tackles 3 carries for 36 yards and 1 touchdown, fumble recovery.
Richie Talavera, 7 tackles.
Carlos Sualez Jr, 7 tackles.
Ishia Lee, 3 Tackles.
Preston Pool-Harjo, 4 tackles and 2 carries for 16 yards.
Kano Graves, 3 tackles.
Chucky Delgado, 1 tackle and 1 carry for 5 yards.
Derrick Cortez, 4 tackles.
Michael Spratt, 2 tackles.
Justin Pettet, 2 tackles.
Devaun Mitchel, 2 tackles.
Division 2 football
The Bishop D-2 team topped Big Bear 25-6 earning their birth into Saturdays Championship game. Chevyo Marquez and Colt Matteson each found the endzone twice. Quarterback Jakob Redman connected with Matteson for a 30-yard score. The D-2 defense was led by Albert Cano with a team high 17-tackles and Cain Omohundro with 14-tackles.
The Bishop Youth D-2 team will battle Boron at 3pm Saturday.
Division 3 football
Coach Nate Morgenstein’s D-3 team defeated Rim of the World 14-6 in the semifinals punching their ticket to Saturdays championship game. The D-3 Broncos will host Kern Valley, kickoff is set for 5pm.
In the semifinal win over Rim, Luke McClean was named MVP. McClean scored on a long run and also pulled down 4 receptions. Defensively McClean also recorded a quarterback sack at a pivotal point in the game.
Coach Morgenstein notes that Wes Pettet had a fantastic game dominating on the defensive side of the ball. Wes led the team in tackles for the 8th time this season. The D-3 team also had great play from Jayden Braithwaite and Tristan Valle. Coach also credited the offensive line of Joey Molina, Todd Dowers, Cole Smith, Jason Vanmeter, Justin Brooks, and Darren Dondero. Morgenstein also credited the work of quarterback Clay Omohundro and the effort and attitudes of Jordan Cooper, Jonathan Torres, Ian Murphy, Carson Evangelist, and Steven Paco.
The Mammoth Huskies girls volleyball team’s 2015 playoff run ended last Saturday with a heart breaking 5 set loss to Summit High School Skyhawks in the CIF-SS 4A quarter finals.
The Huskies traveled to Katella (Anaheim) on Thursday where they defeated the 9th ranked Knights in straight sets 25-18, 25-12, 25-16 in the second round of the playoffs. Taylor Sanders had 11 kills, Callie Mowat added 6 kills and 8 blocks, Kira Shultz had 4 aces and 11 digs, and McKenna Smith had 20 assists.
Mammoth then hosted Summit on Saturday night in front of a frenzied crowd at Mammoth High School. The match was a tight see saw battle from the beginning with the Huskies winning the first set 28-26. The teams then traded sets with Summit winning the second 25-21 and Mammoth winning the third 25-18. With the Huskies on the verge of advancing, the Skyhawks made a big push to take the fourth set 25-17. Mammoth could not seem to get going in the final set losing 15-5.
For the match Kira Shultz had 11 digs, 3 kills, and 16 passes, Caitlin Young had 13 passes and 5 digs, Hayley Moss had 2 aces, 11 passes and 10 digs, McKenna Smith had 39 assists, Taylor Sanders had 19 kills, 9 digs and 5 blocks, Callie Mowat had 14 kills, 12 blocks and 8 digs, and Tatum Sandvigen had 2 kills, 8 blocks and 2 digs.
The Huskies end their season with an overall record of 26-10.
“Our team had an absolutely memorable season. In general, the best team by far in my 4 years as head coach. It would be hard to describe how proud I am of these girls. They fought hard in all 36 matches this year. In the end we beat at team with 2400 kids (Katella) and lost to a team with 2700 (Summit), 10 times our size. David does not always win but we gave Goliath a good scare! I want to thanks my seniors Taylor Sanders, Kira Shultz, Callie Mowat and Tatum Sandvigen for many years of great play and leadership. May the 4 winds blow you safely home. ”
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Mendota used a quick start and a strong finish downing the Bishop Broncos 41-14 in the CIF Central Section Division 5 playoffs. The Aztecs (7-4) jumped out to at 12-0 lead and outscored the Broncos (4-7) 21-0 in the second half. Mendota will now face #2 seed Fowler High School in Fridays second round.
Scoring Recap 1st Quarter
8:49, Junior Cardenas 17-yard pass to Julian Cardenas. 6-0 MHS.
3:01, Christian Quintanar 64-yard run. 12-0 MHS.
0:17, Ryan Graves 15-yard run. PAT kick Ethan Lamb. 12-7 MHS.
8:46, Junior Cardenas 25-yard pass to Luis Mojarro, 2pt conv. 20-7 MHS.
0:32, Ryan Graves 5-yard pass to Hunter Kampmoyer, PAT, Lamb. 20-14 MHS.
8:32, Erick Segura 46-yard run, 2 pt conv. 28-14 MHS.
4:27, Rasmussen 3-yard run, PAT by Felipe Aguilar, 35-14 MHS.
11:35, Luis Mojarro 42-yard run. 41-14 MHS.
The Broncos end the season with a 4-7 record and say goodbye to ten seniors.
#8 Hunter Kampmoyer
#12 Austin Jones
#18 Bryce Ketchum
#20 Ethan Lamb
#28 Logan Stephenson
#31 Angel Santana
#32 Marty Tiernan
#53 Brandon Forrest
#63 Wallace Eddy
Andy Watt, student manager.
cover photo by Arnie Palu, sunset in Mendota
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