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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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Bugs Dohnel, BUHS take down Frazier

BUHS girls soccer wins 1-0 at Frazer Mt

by Arnie Palu
January 22, 2016

Bishop Union High School girls soccer improves to 3-0 in High Desert League play with a 1-0 win at Frazier Mt.  Coach Manny Terrasas is quick to credit the fine play of the Bronco defense led by Kori Boxley, Emeli Mora, Karla Castilla, and Ritz Garcia.  Tied 0-0 at the half the Broncos scored the only goal of the match in the second half with freshman Katie “Bugs” Dohnel scoring with an assist from Brittany Santana.

The win moves the Broncos to 3-0 in HDL play, even with rival Kern Valley.  Both Bishop and KV notched 1-0 wins over Frazier Mt. While the Bishop/Kern Valley rivalry has not been a fierce one in soccer, KV looks to challenge Bishop in 2016.   Bishop Union will travel to Kern Valley next week with a trip to Lake Isabella set for Tuesday, January 26th.

HDL Standings
1. Bishop Union 3-0-0
2. Kern Valley  3-0-0
3. Frazier Mt.  1-2-0
4. Rosamond  0-2-1
5. California City 0-3-1

Thursday the Bronco Varsity boys could not maintain the momentum of their come-form-behind win Tuesday over California City.  Bishop Union fell to Frazier Thursday 3-0.  Bishop Union Coach Peter Thomsen said, “The first half was an evenly played match.  Frazier scored a late goal to take a 1-0 lead into half.  Frazier scored on two second half goals to secure the win.  Bishop had a number of drives at goal throughout the match but was unable to score.  Despite the loss Bishop remains in third place in league.  We have critical games next week against Kern (Tuesday away) and Rosamond (Thursday home).”

HDL Standings
1. Frazier Mt 3-0
2. Rosamond 3-0
3. Bishop Union 1-2
4. California City 1-3
5. Kern Valley 0-3

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Big Pine tops Lee Vining

Big Pine Basketball wins Hi-Lo League Games

by Arnie Palu
January 21, 2016

The Big Pine Warriors swept a two game set with Lee Vining Wednesday night.   The Big Pine girls improve to 3-0 in Hi-Lo league play while the boys needed a dramatic, overtime comeback effort winning their first league game.

Varsity Boys
Lee Vining 49
Big Pine     50

The Lee Vining boys held a halftime lead of 20-12, but Big Pine stormed back to force overtime and ultimatly win 50-49.  The victory moves Big Pine to 1-2 in Hi-Lo play.  Next up for the Big Pine boys is a Friday home game with Beatty Nevada’s JV’s.  The game with the hornets will tip off at 4pm.

individual statistics
Jacob Bacoch, 19 points, 7 rebounds and 2 assist.
Dominic Santiago, 12 points, 5 rebounds 3 assists, 2 steals.
Moses Davis, 10 points,  6 rebounds,  2 steals.
Darian Robinson, 9 points, 10 rebounds, 2 assists,,
Cesar Rico,  10 rebounds, 2 steals.

Varsity Girls
Lee Vining 26
Big Pine      46

Individual Statistics
BP Scoring                 Points     Rebs.     Assists     Steals
AnahKee Mason       19         15             2              6
Cassie Meza                  7           2              2              3
Gena Lewis                    6            5             4              3
Lauren Simpson         6            6             2              5
Paaku’u Dewey          2            8             1              6
Gabby Meza                2            2             1              4
Kaylee Simpson        2            3             1              1
Raven Duckey           2            2              0             1
Aurora Toledo            0            3              1              2

Lee Vining point totals
B. Garcia, 11.
K. Duro,    7.
J. Harris,  4.
R. Burch,  2.
J. Calderon,    2.

Big Pine Coach Bob Church, “Pretty much the routine now for the Lady Warriors, as they only scored 5 first period points. However, it was still enough to lead the visiting Tigers 5-4 after the initial 8 minutes of play.  The second period of play saw five Lady Warriors break into the scoring column, with AnahKee Mason leading the way with 6 points in the quarter. Missed lay-ups and free throws again continue to haunt the Lady Warriors, who could have had a much more sizable lead at half.  It was AnahKee Mason again doing the majority of the scoring in the third period as she scored 8  points, but Gena Lewis was finally talked into shooting more than once or twice a game. Gena contributed 6 points, all in the third period. Also in the third period, Big Pine’s 3-2 half-court trap was more effectively creating turnovers, which resulted in more possessions for the host team.  In the fourth Lauren Simpson led the Warriors with 4 points in the quarter- 3 of those coming off a right corner 3 pointer.”

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BUHS Soccer downs California City

Bishop Union Boys and Girls Soccer top Cal City

By Arnie Palu
January 20, 2016

Heavy rain fell throughout the morning Tuesday, but the clouds cleared just in time for the Bishop Union-California City soccer matches to be played.  The Bronco Varsity Girls made quick work of the Ravens with Freshman sensation Katie Dohnel scoring just seconds into the match.  Dohnel would finish the match with 7 goals in the Bronco Girls 16-0 win.  While the Bronco Girls took the drama out of the match early, the Varsity Boys notched their first High Desert League win in dramatic come from behind fashion winning 4-3.

Boys Varsity coach Peter Thomsen reports that California City scored 3 unanswered first half goals scoring at at the 16:46 minute, 32:00 minute, and 36:05 minute marks.  Down 3-0 at the break the Broncos mounted a dramatic comeback. Thomsen indicates that Junior Mario Velasco opened the scoring for Bishop in the second half by scoring at the 3:30 mark on an assist from Brian Lemus and Alan Torres.  15 minutes later Velasco scored an unassisted goal. Velasco completed his hat trick and tied the game at the 21:20 minute mark of the second half.  With 1:30 remaining in the match Landon Harper put Bishop Union into the lead for good when he scored an un-assisted goal.
First year varsity coach Peter Thomsen notes that Tony Sears provided strong offensive support.

The winning goal keeper for Bishop was Jerry Mendez.

Defensive standouts for Bishop Union were Bryan Gonzales and Cesar Solario.

The win moves Bishop to 1-1 in league and 3rd place.

Varsity Girls Statistics
Katie Dohnel, 7 goals 1 assist.
Brittany Santana, 4 goals 2 assist.
Kailyn Boxley, 3 goals 3 assist.
Grisel Santana, 2 goals.
Shelby McKinley, Sara Voss, Kori Boxley, and Ritz Garcia all pitched in with 1 assist each.
Coach Manny Terasas, “The Girls played great football.”

The Bronco varsity girls improve to 2-0 in High Desert League play.  Bishop Union and Kern Valley are both 2-0 to start HDL play.  Bishop Union travels to Frazier Mt Thursday (January 21st) to continue HDL play.

Cover Photo, rain clears just prior to play.  Photo by Arnie Palu

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BUHS opens HDL play vs. Rosamond

Bishop Union splits HDL games vs Rosamond

by Arnie Palu
January 18, 2016

Bishop Union High School’s girls basketball teams won their High Desert League opening games Friday night, while the boys dropped theirs.  Bishop will take to the hardwood of California City on Friday the 22nd.

Varsity Boys
Rosamond 80
Bishop Union 58
Rosamond won the HDL title last year and looks to be the favorite again.  The roadrunners improve their record to 13-2 with a 80-58 win over Bishop Union.  The Broncos kept the game close early, but faded late as Rosamond dunked their way to an impressive win.  Both Caeleb Roney and DeMorea Green had multiple slam dunks including a pair of spectacular alley-oops.  Roney scored a game high 24 points,  with Green adding 20.  Bishop Union was led by sophomore Mike Molina’s 22 points with Ziggy Armitage adding 16 off the Bronco bench.  Ziggy’s 11-second quarter points kept Bishop Union within striking distance, trailing 39-28 at the half.
Individual Statistics
Mike Molina, 22 points, 3 assists, 2 steal.
Ziggy Armitage, 16 points, 2 assists.
Sean Brown, 8 points, 7 rebounds.
Dru Allen, 7 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds.
Dan Olsen, 3 points, 3 assists, 2 rebounds.
Tommy Ruelas, 2 points, 5 assists, 3 rebounds

Varsity Girls
Rosamond 22
Bishop Union 53
The Broncos opened up their HDL title defense with a defensive statement.  Bishop Union’s pressure defense helped the Broncos open up a 22-5 first quarter lead.  The Broncos never looked back securing a strong 53-22 win.  Sabrina Barlow made several buckets in transition with Cienna Martinez hitting three early 3-point shots helping the Broncos open a big lead.  Congratulations to first year head Coach Tara Auld securing her first HDL win.

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Coach Tara Auld coaching up the Broncos during their win over Rosamond. Photo by Arnie Palu

Individual Statistics
Sabrina Barlow, 14 points.
Maria Jimenez, 12 points.
Cienna Martinez, 9 points.
Little Eva Lent, 8 points.
Drew Dondero, 5 points.
Topah Scherer, 4 points.
Sophia Thomas, 2 points

JV Girls
Rosamond 26
Bishop Union 27
Individual Statistics
Morningstar Lent, 13 points.
Gracie Soto, 7 points.
Julie Cepeda, 5 points.
Hanna Frankson, 2 points.

JV Boys
Rosamond 46
Bishop Union 39
The Bronco JV boys long HDL winning streak was snapped Friday.  The Bronco JV boys went unbeaten last season, but suffered a HDL defeat Friday at the hands of Rosamond.  The Roadrunners started fast opening up a 9-2 1st quarter lead.  Bishop bounced back with an impressive 2nd quarter to pull within 19-15 at the break.  Rosamond held a narrow 32-27 lead heading into the 4th quarter and held off a fierce Bronco charge.

All four Bronco teams will travel to California City on Friday, January 22nd for HDL action.  All Bronco HDL varsity boys games are broadcast live on AM 1230 KBOV.

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Dohnel’s crazy 8 leads Bishop

Bishop Soccer splits with Mammoth

By Arnie Palu

Bishop Union High School played host to the Mammoth Huskies Thursday at John Schwab Field.  Freshman Katie Dohnel found the back on the net an amazing 8 times pacing the Bronco Girls to a 10-1 win.  The Varsity boys grabbed an early lead, but fell 4-3.  Bishop Union will return to High Desert League play on Tuesday, January 19th with a home match with California City.

Boy’s Varsity Soccer
Mammoth 4
Bishop Union 3
Coach Peter Thomson, “Bishop opened the scoring at the 2:45 mark when Juan Solario scored on an assist from Tony Sears. 20 minutes later Bishop doubled their lead when Mario Velasco scored an unassisted goal. Mammoth responded with 3 unanswered goals to take a 1 goal lead at half. Bishop tied the score 2 min into the second half on an unassisted goal by Alan Torres. The score remained tied until the last minute of the match when Mammoth scored the go ahead goal.”

Girls Varsity Soccer
Mammoth 1
Bishop Union 10

Individual Statistics
Katie Dohnel, 8 goals.
Brittany Santana, 1 goal, 1 assist.
Shelby McKinley, 1 assist.
Kailyn Boxley, 2 assists.
Chloe Almeida, 1 assist.
Brissa Lopez, 1 goal.
Coach Manny Terrasas notes solid defense by Kori Boxley and Emeli Mora.

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Tonopah Wrestling

Muckers Compete at Pahranagat Valley Invite

The Tonopah Muckers wrestling team competed at the Pahranagat Valley Invitational (2A thru 4A schools) recently.  The team champions were Boulder City High School. 

Individual results

Tanner Otteson, 138lbs. Finished 4-1.  3rd place with his  only loss to former State Champion Derek Mathews  of Lincoln County.  Tanner lost to him 18-13.
Kevin Pope, 182 lbs. 2-2. 4th place.
Koa Elliott, 160 lbs. 2-2.  5th place.
Matt Melendez, 138lbs.  2-2.  5th place.
Austin Leach, 106 lbs. 0-2.

Coaches Comments: “Tough tournament, the Muckers  faced many large schools from Las Vegas in this tournament. They Wrestled well, good for them to face tough competition.”

The Muckers will be at Spring Creek Invitational this week.

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