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Little League Baseball/Softball Sign ups

Youth Baseball/Softball Sign ups

By Arnie Palu

Its time to get your youngsters signed up for Little League Baseball and Softball.  Bishop Little League, Owens Valley Little league and Eastern Sierra Little League Softball have sign ups underway.

Bishop Little League
February 2nd, 5:30 to 8pm at the Barlow Lane Gym.
February 6th, 1:00 to 3pm at the Bishop Pizza Factory.

Owens Valley Little League
February 2nd, 4:30 to 6pm at the Big Pine Little League Field.
February 6th, 11am to 2pm at the Big Pine Little League Field.

Eastern Sierra Little League Softball (Bishop)
February 2nd, 5:30 to 8pm at the Barlow Lane Gym.
February 6th, 1:00pm to 3pm at the Bishop Pizza Factory.
February 10th, 5:00 to 7pm at the Barlow Field (During Assessments)

Eastern Sierra Little League Softball (Lone Pine)
February 2nd, 6:00 to 8pm at the Lone Pine Pizza Factory.

Eastern Sierra Little League Softball (Big Pine)
February 6th, 1:00 to 3pm at the Big Pine Public Library.

Cover Photo by Lorenzo Parra.  Bishop Little League All-Star Brooke Weller

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Big Pine and Lone Pine Basketball

Warriors and Golden Eagles play league games

By Arnie Palu
February 1, 2016

Big Pine and Lone Pine high school basketball teams hit the road this weekend in search of league wins.  Big Pine split a pair of games in Ridgecrest while Lone Pine won a pair of games in Acton.

Lone Pine
Varsity Boys
Lone Pine 65
Vasquez  46

Individual Statistics
Ryan Cappello, 29 points, 20 rebounds, 5 blocks.
Garrett Sullivan, 14 points, 5 assists, 5 steals.
Adrian Gonzalez, 14 points.
Doug Moore, 4 points.
Bryce Scott, 2 points.
Kishan Bhakta, 2 points.
Eddy Ivey, 1 point.

Lone Pine wins on the road without the services of UC Irvine bound Brad Greene.  Coach Scott Kemp indicated that Greene was not available with a bum ankle.  Clearly, Kemp is hopeful Greene will be back soon.  In the big buys absence fellow senior Ryan Cappello picked up the slack with a huge effort, 29 points and 20 rebounds.

Lone Pine remains tied with Silver Valley atop the Desert Mountain league standings with one loss.  Lone Pine and Silver Valley will meet on Thursday, February 11th in Yermo to conclude the regular season.

Lone Pine Varsity Girls
Lone Pine 42
Vasquez  9

Individual Statistics
Katie Lacey, 11 points, 4 rebounds.
Niki Martinez, 8 points, 9 rebounds.
Shelby Chavez, 8 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals.
Katelyn Button, 7 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals.
Lena Cariou, 4 points, 12 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 assists.
Celia Ray, 4 points, 2 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 assists.
Ronni Siddall, 3 rebounds

Big Pine High School Basketball
Varsity Boys
Big Pine 27
Immanuel Christian 52

Varsity Girls
_________________FINAL      1      2      3        4
Big Pine                      47        11     8     14    14
Immanuel Chr.       23           2      8      2      11

submitted by Coach Bob Church

The BP Lady Warrior’s Basketball Team moved to 6-0 Friday night, but not before being whistled for an incredible 30 fouls. BP held the Crusaders from Immanuel Christian scoreless until there was less than 1 second remaining in the first period. A Lady Crusader received three free throws on what was actually a pass, but was ruled a 3-point shot attempt. The Crusader made two of the three free throws, with 0.6 seconds left in the quarter. In the first half alone, Immanuel Christian was awarded 20 free throws, making only 6. With their two first half baskets, Immanuel Christian found itself trailing by only 9 points, 19-10. In that first half, six different Lady Warriors scored.

In the second half, Lady Warrior Gena Lewis found teammate AnahKee Mason for five of her seven 2nd half baskets and Big Pine’s lead would grow to 27 points early in the 4th quarter. Also scoring in the 2nd half were Cassie Meza (3 pts), Paaku’u Dewey (4 pts), Lauren Simpson (5 pts), Gena Lewis (2 pts).

Big Pine’s defense would hold Immanuel Christian’s best offensive player without a bucket until about two minutes left in the game, when she hit a deep 3-pointer. For the game, Immanuel would shoot 34 free throws.

Warrior Coach Bob Church“This was really a frustrating game, in that it should have been a much easier win than it was. Immanuel was really up for us with a big crowd, but the team and I really do have to thank our great supporters who made the trip. We had a bunch of people down there. They really were supportive and helped energize our girls to overcome some unique adversity.”

 

Individual Stats

Player                             Points           Rebs.      Assists      Steals
AnahKee Mason          20                11                   –                     4

Gena Lewis                       6                  5                   8                     2

Paaku’u Dewey              6                  7                   3                     4

Lauren Simpson             5                  5                   3                     3

Cassie Meza                     5                  2                   –                     2

Aurora Toledo                 3                  2                   –                     2

Gabby Meza                     2                  1                   –                      2

Kaylee Simpson              –                   2                   –                      –

Raven Duckey                 –                   1                   –                      –

Both of Big Pine’s Varsity Basketball Teams will be in action Friday, Feb. 5th, as they travel to Trona. Girls at 5 and boys at 6:30 PM

cover photo, Lone Pine’s Ryan Cappello.  Photo By Gary Young

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BUHS Freshman Mayhugh 3rd at Long Beach

Bishop Union Freshman finishes 3rd at Millikan tournament

Bishop Bronco Wrestling
submitted by Dr. Mark Hodges

February 1, 2016

Last Saturday, freshman Mark Mayhugh of the Bishop Bronco Wrestling team competed in a 16-man individual tournament at Millikan High School in Long Beach.

Wrestling at 108 lbs, Mark won 4 of his 5 matches, earning a third place medal. Mark won his first match with a major decision, with a score of 12-2. His second round match – his only loss for the day – was to the eventual tournament champion. The match was high scoring and “could have gone either way” according to head coach Shaun Joseph. Mark came storming back in the consolation bracket on his way to a third place finish.

Coach Joseph said, “Mark really stepped it up a notch when it counted. This was his toughest competition of the year and it was his best performance.”

The Bronco with the best record this season is freshman Mark Mayhugh with a record of 15-8 with 9 wins by pin.

The Broncos next action will be High Desert League Finals at Kern Valley on February 11th. Wrestlers will have to place 1st or 2nd to go on to CIF.

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BUHS Girls take down rival Kern Valley

Bishop Union High School Basketball recap

by Arnie Palu
February 1, 2016

Bishop Union played host to rival Kern Valley Friday night at a packed Gus Klekas Gym.  The Broncos split the 4 game series with KV.  Next up for the Broncos is a trip to Rosamond Tuesday, February 2nd.  Bishop Union will be off this Friday, then will host California City on Wednesday, February 10th.  The Cal City game has been moved to a Wednesday to accommodate the Ravens.   The Cal City game will be the regular season home finale, and senior night.  Bishop Union will then wrap up the regular season on the road with trips to Frazier Mt (Feb. 12th) and rival Kern Valley (Feb. 16th).  All Bronco Varsity Boys games are broadcast live on AM 1230 KBOV and streamed live here at kibskbov.com through the listen live link.

Bishop Union High School
Varsity Girls
Kern Valley 41
Bishop Union 47

Both Bishop Union and Kern Valley entered Friday’s game with perfect 3-0 marks in High Desert League play.  Bishop Union is the defending HDL champs, and the Broncos took a major step toward repeating with a 47-41 win.   Bishop Union High School Senior Maria Jimenez led the way on both ends of the floor.  Maria led all scorers with 15 points, adding 4 steals, 3 assists and 3 blocks.  Jimenez, along with guards Topah Scherer and Cienna Martinez handled the KV full court press leading to several easy lay ups.

The game was a defensive struggle early, with Bishop Union holding a 5-4 lead after the first 8 minutes.  The offence picked up in the second half highlighted by back to back 3 points baskets for Scherer and Martinez at the 5 minute mark of the 3rd period.  Bishop Union was clutch down the stretch including Little Eva Lent hitting two free-throws with 1:04 remaining.  The free-throws by Lent giving Bishop Union a 44-36 lead.

The Bishop Union defensive effort was strong throughout the evening limiting KV’s top player, Rebecca Gallis to 12 points.  Gallis was runner up to Bishop Unions Tamia Shoshone in last years MVP voting.  Round one of this year’s MVP race clearly goes to Bishop Union’s Maria Jimenez.

Individual Statistics
Maria Jimenez- 15 points, 2 rebounds, 4 steals, 3 assists, 3 blocks
Cienna Martinez- 10 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists
Sabrina Barlow- 8 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal, 2 blocks
Topah Scherer- 6 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals, 2 blocks
Little Eva Lent- 6 points, 11 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 5 blocks
Drew Dondero- 2 points, 5 rebounds

Varsity Boys
Kern Valley 72
Bishop Union 65

Kern Valley’s guard duo of Zach Bushling and Marquise Green scored 18 and 17 points respectively leading KV to a 72-65 win.  The loss drops Bishop Union to 2-2 in HDL play while KV improves to 4-0.

Individual Scoring
Dru Allen, 20 points.
Sean Brown, 12 points.
Tommy Ruelas, 11 points.
Daniel Olsen, 7 points.
Mike Molina, 6 points.
Ziggy Armitage, 5 points.
Moran West, 4 points.

Boys JV
Kern Valley 15
Bishop Union 64

Coach Steve Omohundro’s team scored an impressive win over rival Kern Valley.  The JV game was a physical one with Bishop Union dominating with tough defense.  Sophomore Trace Sapp had a strong night with 25 points leading all scorers.  The Bishop JV improve to 2-2 with the win.

Individual Scoring
Trace Sapp, 25 points.
Izzak Morgenstein, 16 points.
Kanyon Martinez, 13 points.
Sam Moose, 4 points.
Cal Omohundro, 2 points.
Carson Eldridge, 2 points.
Ed Piper, 2 points.

JV Girls
Kern Valley 29
Bishop Union 19

Bishop Union played the game with just 5 players and coach Tammy Spoonhunter praised the effort of the Bishop kids.  Spoonhunter thanked the girls for their tough effort.

Individual Scoring
Morningstar Lent, 9 points.
Gracie Soto, 6 points.
Liza Joya, 4 points.

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Bishop Union’s Voss is the Boss

Bishop Union Girls Soccer blanks Rosamond

Sara Voss leads the way with a hat trick

by Arnie Palu
January 29, 2016

Bishop Union High School Varsity Girls

Bishop Union High School Girls Soccer team improves to 5-0 in High Desert League play with another dominate win.  Thursday afternoon the Broncos shut out Rosamond 5-0.  Sophomore Sara Voss scored three goals as Bishop Union improved their overall record to 12-6-1.  In addition to Sara’s big day, Freshman Katie Dohnel added two more goals to her season total giving her an even 40.  Dohnel also logged an assist.  Kailyn Boxley, Shelby McKinley, and Jaden Piper each had an assist.

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#9 Kailyn Boxley in first half action vs. Rosamond. Photo by Arnie Palu

Bishop Union will be in action next week on Thursday, February 4th traveling to California City then hosting Frazier Mt on Tuesday, February 9th.

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Rosamond 3
Bishop Union 1

The Broncos battled the High Desert Leagues top team to the wire Thursday, losing 3-1.  Rosamond stays atop  the HDL standings with a 5-0 record.  Bishop Union stays in the third spot at 2-3 behind Rosamond and Frazier Mt (3-1).  Coach Peter Thomsen reports that Rosamond opened the scoring with a goal in the first half at the 16:22 minute mark.  Bishop Union tied the score in the second half at the 8:56 mark on an unassisted goal by Brian Lemus.  Rosamond completed the scoring with goals at 19:20 and 24:00 minutes.

Bishop Union High School Boys JV Soccer

Rosamond 3
Bishop Union 1

Coach Louis Martinez’s team fell to Rosamond Thursday 3-1.  Coach Martinez credited his boys for playing hard, but the Broncos were short-handed with no subs available.  Coach Martinez reports that the lone Bronco goal was scored by Noah Martinez in the 50th minute.  Coaches Comments, “Player(s) of the game, Israel Santana and Josh Hembree. One game left, vs Mammoth on February 12th, for the Sierra Cup!”

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BUHS Soccer breaks the Broncs

Bishop Union wins key HDL matches at Kern Valley

By Arnie Palu
January 27, 2016

Both Bishop Union high school varsity soccer clubs shut out rival Kern Valley Tuesday.  The Bronco Girls moved to 4-0 in league play while handing Kern Valley their first High Desert League loss, 2-0.  The Bronco Boys improve to 2-2 in HDL play also winning 2-0.

Varsity Girls
Bishop Union 2
Kern Valley  0

Coach Manny Terrasas reports that Bishop Union improves to 4-0 in HDL play with a tough 2-0 win.  Freshman Katie Dohnel and senior captain Shelby McKinley scored goals with Isabel Munoz and Jaden Piper assisting.  Coach Terrasas says the Broncos, “Played solid football the entire game.”

Varsity Boys
Bishop Union 2
Kern Valley 0

Coach Peter Thomsen relays that Bishop Unions goals were scored by Abraham Santana and Alan Torres.  Goalie Kevin Santana was in goal recording the shut out.  The Broncos improve to 2-2 in High Desert League play.   Bishop Union will continue HDL play Thursday, January 28th hosting Rosamond.  Girls Varsity will play at 3pm followed by the boys at 5pm at BUHS’s John Schwab field.

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Strong Night for Area Basketball

Local High Schools dominate Tuesday Night

By Arnie Palu
January 27, 2016
(corrected to reflect Big Pine boys Score)

Owens Valley basketball had a very good Tuesday night.  Bishop Union, Big Pine and Lone Pine high school basketball teams compiled a 6-1 record.  Bishop Union swept three games from Frazier Mt, Lone Pine’s varsity teams traveled to Lancaster winning big over Desert Christian, and Big Pine one of two games over Trona Tornadoes.

Bishop Union

Varsity Boys
Frazier Mt 48
Bishop Union 110

Individual Scoring
Daniel Olsen, 27 points.
Ziggy Armitage, 25 points.
Mike Molina, 16 points.
Gene Dondero, 10 points.
Tommy Ruelas, 9 points.
Moran West, 9 points.
Andrew Allen, 8 points.
Brandon Forrest, 3 points.
Joel Talamantes, 3 points.

The Bronco Varsity boys improve to 2-1 in High Desert League play.  Bishop Union now hosts rival Kern Valley Friday.  KV is 3-0 and atop the HDL standings.  7:30 scheduled tip on AM 1230 KBOV and streamed live here at kibskbov.com through the listen live link.

Varsity Girls
Frazier Mt  6
Bishop Union 65

Individual Scoring
Maria Jimenez- 18
Sabrina Barlow- 14
Drew Dondero- 14
Topah Scherer- 13
Cienna Martinez- 5
Kassidie Duckey- 2

The Bronco Girls improve to 3-0 in the HDL.  Key game Friday with rival Kern Valley who is also 3-0.  6pm scheduled tip off Friday night at Gus Klekas Gym.

JV Boys
Frazier Mt. 12
Bishop Union 65

Individual Scoring
Trace Sapp, 22
Izaak Morgenstein, 9
Kanyan Martinez, 8
Jalen Waterson, 6
Cal Omohundro, 5
Carson Eldridge, 2
Matt Thomson, 2

Lone Pine Varsity Boys
Lone Pine 73
Desert Christian 46

Individual Statistics
Ryan Cappello, 24 points, 10 rebounds, 8 assists.
Brad Greene, 17 points, 16 rebounds, 8 blocks.
Garrett Sullivan, 13 points, 4 assists.
Kishan Bhakta, 7 points, 4 rebounds.
Adrian Gonzalez, 4 points.
Bryce Scott, 3 points.
Doug Moore, 2 points

Lone Pine Varsity Girls
Lone Pine 42
Desert Christian 16

Individual Statistics
Lena Cariou, 14 points, 7 rebounds.
Katelyn Button, 11 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists.
Katie Lacey, 8 points, 6 rebounds, 2 blocks.
Shelby Chavez, 5 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals.
Niki Martinez, 4 points, 5 rebounds.
Celia Ray, 3 rebounds, 2 assists.
Ronni Siddall, 2 rebounds.

Big Pine Varsity Boys
Trona  76
Big Pine 60

Individual Statistics
Jacob Bacoch, 22 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals.
Dominic Santiago, 12 points, 10 assists, 7 steals.
Moses Davis, 8 points, 8 rebounds.
Darian Robinson, 6 points, 7 rebounds.
Cesar Rico, 6 points.
Ben Truelson, 2 points.

Big Pine Varsity Girls
Trona 36
Big Pine 55

Individual Statistics
BP SCORING              Points     Rebs.     Assists     Steals
Lauren Simpson              20          10             3             7
AnahKee Mason               9           4              2             3
Cassie Meza                        8           4              1             3
Gabby Meza                        8           2              3            4
Paaku’u Dewey                 5           9              3            9
Gena Lewis                          3           4              4            3
Kaylee Simpson               2           4              0            1
Aurora Toledo                   0            3             1             1
Raven Duckey                  0            4              1            2

Coaches Comments, Bob Church, “Both Trona and Big Pine came into last night’s game undefeated in Hi-Lo League play, so the winner would put themselves in the driver’s seat for Hi-Lo League Champions, with three league games to play. The Lady Warriors half court trap was too much for Trona early on with all nine Lady Warriors playing in the first period. The Lady Warriors lead after one period was12-6.  The Lady Warriors stepped up the defense, again creating numerous turnovers and then capitalizing as they scored 19 in the quarter to Trona’s zero (0).At half, Lady Warrios point guard Lauren Simpson had 14 points to lead the way, but tight defense, especially by Paaku’u Dewey, who had 7 first half steals, was certainly key. Halftime score was 31-6 in favor of Big Pine. In the third and fourth quarter, Big Pine tried some different rotations with people in unfamiliar roles and the Tornadoes outscored Big Pine 30-24. At one point in the third period, Big Pine led by as many as 27 points.  Obviously, I was very happy with our play in the first half, especially on “D”.  We still missed several easy shots, but overall, we ran the offense and defensive scheme well. It was a nice win and all 9 girls definitely had a hand in it. We’ll just need to convert more of our transition opportunities. Also I was happy with the improvement in free throw shooting, as we made five out of eleven on the night.”
Big Pine improves to 5-0 in Hi-Lo league play.

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Boron, Desert set to Join the High Desert League

HDL officials Invite Boron and Desert

by Arnie Palu
January 26, 2016

High Desert League leadership met Monday at Kern Valley High School voting to expand the league.  HDL officials voted to accept both Boron and Desert High Schools.  The timeline for the Bobcats and Scorpions to officially enter the HDL will depend on CIF approval.  Both schools would be leaving the Desert Mountain League.

For Desert High School (Edwards Air Force Base) the vote Monday allows the Scorpions to re-enter the High Desert League.  Desert abandoned the HDL when the league made the move to the CIF-Central Section almost 3 years ago.

The Boron Bobcats and Bishop Union Broncos were long time rivals decades ago in the now defunct Desert-Inyo League.

The potential moves weaken the Desert Mountain League which is looking at losing three schools. Silver Valley (Yermo) is also opting out of the DML.  Lone Pine athletic director Mike Button is confirming that Silver Valley is joining the De Anza League.

Pending CIF approval the new High Desert League would include:

  1. Bishop Union
  2. Kern Valley (Lake Isabella)
  3. Frazier Mt (Lebec)
  4. Rosamond
  5. California City
  6. Boron
  7. Desert (Edwards AFB)

The Desert Mountain League would include:

  1. Mammoth
  2. Lone Pine
  3. Vasquez (Acton)
  4. Desert Christian (Lancaster)
  5. Mojave

cover photo by Lorenzo Parra.  Bishop Union and Boron JV football play this past fall.

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Weekend Basketball Update

Eastern Sierra High School Basketball

by Arnie Palu
January 25, 2016

Bishop Union traveled to California City, Lone Pine hosted Mojave, Mammoth hit the road, and Big Pine tangled with Baker and Beatty this weekend.

Bishop Union @ California City

The Broncos played High Desert League basketball at California City Friday night returning home with 3 wins.  This week Bishop Union will enjoy home-cookin’ hosting Fraizer Mt Tuesday and rival Kern Valley Friday.
Varsity Boys
Bishop Union 84
California City 50
Individual Scoring
Andrew Allen, 22
Sean Brown, 19
Tommy Ruelas, 10
Ziggy Armitage, 9
Mike Molina, 8
Gene Dondero, 7
Daniel Olsen, 6
Moran West, 3

Bishop Union improves to 1-1 in High Desert League play with the win at California City.  The Broncos opened a 25-3 first quarter lead and never looked back.  Dru Allen’s 22 points led all scorers.  Sophomore Moran West was called up to the varsity helping out with 3 points off the bench.

Varsity Girls
Bishop Union 61
California City 18
Individual Scoring
Maria Jimenez, 19
Topah Scherer, 17
Little Eva Lent, 11
Sabrina Barlow, 6
Cienna Martinez, 6
Rosalind Cardinas, 2

The Broncos girls improve to 2-0 in HDL play with another strong win.  The girls have a key game Friday hosting rival Kern Valley.  The Broncs figure to challenge Bishop Union for the HDL title.  KV girls are also unbeaten in HDL play.  Fridays girls varsity game tips off at 6pm.  BUHS has a home game Tuesday with Frazier Mt, 4:30 varsity girls start.

JV Girls
Bishop Union 39
California City 23
Individual Scoring
Gracie Soto – 15
Morningstar Lent – 13
Hannah Frankson – 4
Julie Cepeda – 4
Liza Joya – 3

Coaches Comments, “The girls played a good game with only 5 players. They are working as a team and communicating more and more each game. Keep up the good work girls.”
Coach Tammy Spoonhunter
JV Boys
Bishop Union 32
California City 35
Individual Scoring
Trace Sapp, 11
Hunter Waasdorp, 6
Edward Piper, 5
Carson Eldridge, 4
Kanyon Martinez, 4
Izzak Morgenstein, 2
Lone Pine Hosting Mojave (Friday)
Girls
Mojave 14
Lone Pine 56
Individual Statistics
Katie Lacey, 20 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals.
Niki Martinez, 10 points, 8 rebounds, 2 steals.
Lean Cariou, 10 points, 7 rebounds.
Shelby Chavez, 8 points, 2 assists, 2 steals.
Katelyn Button, 6 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists.
Ronni Siddall, 2 points.
Celia Ray, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 steals.
Boys
Mojave 60
Lone Pine 92
Individual Statistics
Ryan Cappello, 32 points, 8 assists, 3 rebounds.
Brad Greene, 31 points, 24 rebounds, 3 assists.
Garrett Sullivan, 7 points, 4 assists, 4 rebounds.
Kishan Bhakta, 5 points.
Jon Hall, 5 points.
Adrian Gonzalez, 4 points.
Coltan Martin, 3 points, 4 rebounds.
Bryce Scott, 2 points, 5 assists.
Eddy Ivey, 2 points.
Brandon Martinez, 1 point.
Mammoth at Desert Christian (Friday)
Boys
Mammoth 52
Desert Chr 70
Girls
Mammoth 36
Desert Chr 21
Individual Statistics
Priscilla Yanez, 18 points.
Morgan Sanders, 12 points.
Sidney Willingham, 4 points.
Tina Orrick, 2 points.
Cristal Lucero, 10 rebounds.
Mammoth at Vasquez (Saturday)
Girls
Mammoth 33
Vasquez 57
Individual Scoring
Morgan Sanders, 12 points.
Priscilla Yanez, 11 points.
Tina Orrick, 5 points.
Sidney Willingham, 5 points.
Big Pine at Baker Valley (Saturday)
Girls
Big Pine 44
Baker  43
Individual Statistics
Lauren Simpson, 16 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists.
Paaku’u Dewey, 11 points, 9 rebounds, 5 steals.
AnahKee Mason, 11 points, 14 rebounds, 4 assists.
Cassie Meza, 4 points, 2 rebounds.
Gena Lewis, 2 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals.
Gabby Meza, 2 rebounds.
Aurora Toledo, 2 rebounds.
Raven Duckey, 1 rebounds, 1 steal.
Boys
Big Pine 52
Baker  35
Individual Statistics
Darian Robinson, 15 points, 22 rebounds.
Moses Davis, 13 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists.
Jacob Bacoch, 8 points, 8 rebounds.
Cesar Rico, 8 points.
Dominic Santiago, 8 points, 6 assists.
Big Pine Boys vs. Beatty NV. (Friday)
Big Pine 57
Beatty 45
Individual Statistics
Kelby Chirrick, 18 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals, 7 blocks.
Dominic Santiago, 8 points, 10 assists, 4 steals.
Jacob Bacoch, 8 points.
Moses Davis, 6 points.
Cesar Rico, 10 points.
Darian Robinson, 4 points, 11 rebounds, 4 steals.
Cover Photo by Arnie Palu, Bishop Union High School Girls Varsity dominating California City
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Youth Softball Sign Ups

Eastern Sierra Little League Softball Sign Ups

It’s time to sign up for Eastern Sierra Little League Softball.  The league is now forming with sign ups set for Bishop, Big Pine and Lone Pine.  They are also having a fundraising raffle, giving away $1,000 in beef.  You can purchase tickets at the sign ups and the young athletes will also be selling tickets.  Winning tickets will be drawn at Opening Ceremonies on March 19th.

Eastern Sierra Little League Softball
For Bishop:

Wed, Jan 27th 5:30-7:30 pm at Bishop Pizza Factory
Monday, Feb 1st at Barlow Gym 5:30-8:30 pm
Tuesday, Feb 2nd at Barlow Gym 5:30-8:30 pm
Sat, Jan 6th 1-3 pm at Bishop Pizza Factory
Wed, Feb 10th 5-7 pm Barlow Field (During Assessments)

For Lone Pine:

Thurs, Jan 28th 6-8 pm Lone Pine Pizza Factory
Tues, Feb 2nd 6-8 pm Lone Pine Pizza Factory

For Big Pine:

Sat, Jan 30th 1-3 pm Big Pine Public Library
Sat, Feb 6th 1-3 pm Big Pine Public Library

Also, we will be doing our meat raffle fundraiser.  We are going to raffle off $1,000 in beef.  Tickets are $5 or you can get 6 tickets for $20. 

Winning tickets will be drawn at Opening Ceremonies held with Bishop Little League on March 19th

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