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Broncos-Golden Eagle Volleyball

All photos by Gary Young

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#1 Rebeka Riesen
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#1 Rebeka Riesen
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#2 Taylor Corona
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#2 Taylor Corona
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#11 Rachel Turner
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#10 Lacie Jones
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Lone Pine
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Bishop Union celebrates
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#24 Katelyn Button, #7 Katie Lacie, #16 Lena Cariou. BUHS #18 Sydney Frigerio
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#10 Lacie Jones, #16 Lena Cariou
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#1 Rebeka Riesen at the net
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BUHS #1 Riesen and #16 Ashley Worley vs LPHS #24 Katelyn Button
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#32 Little Eva Lent
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LPHS #7 Katie Lacey and BUHS #1 Riesen at the net
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BUHS #16 Ashley Worley, LPHS #2 Taylor Corona and #6 Niki Martinez
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Broncos top the Golden Eagles

Bishop Union Volleyball defeats Lone Pine

The Bishop Union High School varsity volleyball team improves to 6-1 on the 2015 season with a straight games win over Lone Pine.  The Broncos swept the Wednesday dual at Gus Klekas gym 25-20, 25-10, 25-15.  Lone Pine won the junior varsity match in straight games, 25-18, 25-13.

Both Bishop and Lone Pine will play this weekend at the Mammoth Tournament.

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Bishop’s Carly Todd #15 battles Lone Pine’s Taylor Corona #2. Photo by Gary Young

Coaches Comments
Bishop Coach Linda Frigerio
“Carly Todd led the team in kills with 44% of her 16 attacks scoring for the Broncos, followed by Rebeka Riesen and Little Eva Lent.  Serving by the Broncos was outstanding.  Sydney Frigerio started the second game with 9 unanswered serves including 3 aces.  Ashley Worley capped the game with 5 straight points.  Overall, half of Ashey’s 12 serves in the match were aces, giving her the highest serving percentage.  As a team, the Broncos achieved a 95% success rate with their serves.”

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BUHS coach Linda Frigerio. Photo by Gary Young

Lone Pine Coach Mel Joseph
Bishop kept us back on our heels the entire match with their aggressive serving and attacking. We did not bring the right attitude to compete.  The only real highlight for us came in game three when we won a very long rally, had we played the entire match that way the outcome may have been different. This was a great preseason experience, one to build on as we head to the Mammoth Invitational this weekend”.

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Coach Mel Joseph coaching up the Golden Eagles. Photo by Gary Young

Lone Pine Statistics
Niki Martinez 6/6 serving, 2 kills, 18 assists, 5 digs.
Abby Southey 9/9 serving, 1 ace, 4 kills, 6 digs.
Lena Cariou 9/10 serving, 3 kills, 8 digs.
Taylor Corona 4 kills, 1 block.
Katelyn Button 4/4 serving, 6 kills, 3 digs.
Lacie Jones 7/7 serving, 18 digs.
Katie Lacey 8/9 serving, 2 kills, 3 blocks, 2 digs.
Shyann Padilla 2 digs
JV stats:
Celia Ray 10/12 serving, 2 aces, 1 kills, 11 assists.
Shelby Chavez 2/3 serving, 1 kill.
Jessianne Joiner 6/7 serving, 5 kills, 2 blocks, 8 digs.
Berenice Gutierrez 100% serving, 2 aces, 2 kills, 3 digs.
Juliann Jones 11/12 serving, 8 digs.
Mariah Button 6/7 serving, 4 kills.
Marissa Honeyman 4 kills.

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Tonopah Muckers are 2-0

Tonopah Football starts 2-0

Duffy Otteson’s Tonopah Muckers football team improved to 2-0 with an impressive 49-30 win in Hawthorne over Mineral County High School.  The high powered Muckers offense racked up 568-yards of total offense.   The two-headed monster of Scotty May and Tanner Otteson keyed the attack.  May ran for 189 yards while Otteson passed for 186 yards with both athletes accounting for 3 touchdowns.

Brendon Eason recorded a team high 17 tackles and a sack while leading the defensive effort.

Next up for Tonopah is a home dual with Pahranagat Valley (Alamo).  The game will be broadcast live on 100.7 KIBS. Richard Reel will have the play by play.

STATISTICS

Passing – T. Otteson 11-16 for 186 (2 TD’s).

Rushing – S. May 14-189 (2 TD’s), K. Bunker 11-135 (1 TD), T. Otteson (1 TD) 9-33, G. Skiles 3-TD), B. Eason 1-9.
Receiving – Tristan Otteson 3-68, T. Kirkland 3-65 (1 TD), S. May 3-50, K. Elliot 1-3.
Total Offense 568 yards
Defense (Tackles) – B. Eason 15 (3 solo, 1 sack), (3 SOLO, 2 FF), Tristan Otteson 9 (4 solo, 1 sack), S. May 8 (2 solo),  T. Kirkland 8 (1 solo, 1 sack) J. Six 7, Tanner Otteson 6 (2 solo), K. Elliott 6 (1 solo, 1 sack), G. Skiles 5 (1 solo), K. Bunker 3 (2 solo), J. Berkowitz 3, T. Yager 2.
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It’s Game Day Volleyball Fans

Bishop Union hosts Lone Pine

A battle of the Owens Valley’s top volleyball teams is set for this afternoon.  Bishop Union will host Lone Pine at Gus Klekas gymnasium.  JV action will begin at 4pm, with the Varsity dual to follow.  Long time Lone Pine Head Coach Mel Joseph leads the Golden Eagles into a battle with Coach Linda Frigerio’s Broncos.

Lone Pine opened the 2015 season with a strong victory over Kern Valley while the Broncos opened the season with a strong showing at the Yerington tournament.  The Broncos finished 3rd in the Lions tourney.

After Today’s (Wednesday, Sept 9th) clash both Bishop Union and Lone Pine will compete in the Mammoth Tournament this Friday and Saturday.

cover photo by Gary Young

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Bishop Youth Football

Bishop Youth Football back in action

Bishop Youth Football returns to the field this Saturday with three games.  The ball games will be played at Big Pine High School.  According to Bishop Youth Football president James Pettet the games will be played at 9:00 am,11:00 am, and 1:00pm vs Trona.  The two youngest teams (division 1 & 2) are 8 man and the oldest team (division 3) is 11 man.

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Yerington downs Bishop Union

Bishop Union has tough trip to Yerington

The Lions roared with pride Friday night downing Bishop in both Varsity and Junior Varsity play.  The lions topped Bishop Union by a combined total of 80-12.  The Junior Varsity could not stop the Lions ground game falling 36-6 while the Varsity fell victim to several Lion big plays dropping a 44-6 decision.

Bishop Union High School’s varsity will look to bounce back with a Friday night trip to Mammoth.  The Junior Varsity will have a bye week with Mammoth unable to field a Junior Varsity team.  The Varsity match up is set for a 7pm kickoff at Gault/McClure stadium and will be broadcast live on 100.7 KIBS and streamed live here at kibskbov.com.  Rock Baker and Arnie Palu will have the play by play.

Varsity Football vs Yerington

The Bronco special teams allowed three Yerington touchdowns Friday night as the Lions rolled to a 44-6 win.   Harrison Cisneros returned a punt 77-yards for a score in the first quarter starting the Lions big night.  David McFalls later blocked a punt and recovered the lose ball for a second quarter touchdown and Harrison Cisneros ran in a third quarter fake punt 49-yards capping Yerington’s special teams scores.  The Lion’s David McFalls also contributed to the scoring with a two-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter.  Yerington’s quarterback Dakota Aiazzi completed two long touchdown passes including a 85-yard screen pass to Cisneros and a 54-yard bomb to Reese Neville.  The Lion’s Daniel Sciarani drilled a fourth quarter field goal capping the Lions night.  Sciarani also intercepted two Bishop passes.

The lone Bronco score was set up by a fantastic defensive play by linebacker Sean Brown.  On Yerington’s opening play of the second half the Junior stripped the ball from Cisneros setting up the Broncos at the Lion 28-yard line.  Ryan Graves capped the short drive with a 3-yard touchdown run.

Varsity Stats
Passing
Ryan Graves, 11/15, 116 yards.
Recieving
Hunter Kampmoyer 6 for 79 yards.
Izaak Morgenstein, 2 for 35.
Rushing
Mike Molina, 10 for 29 yards.
Ryan Graves, 1 TD.
Defensive
Hunter Kampmoyer, 14 tackles, 3 tackles for a loss.
Angel Santana, 11 tackles.
Alan Torres, 9 tackles.
Sean Brown, 8 tackles.

Junior Varsity Football

The Bishop Union High School Junior Varsity opened strong forcing a Yerington punt and then marching down the field for a score.  Sophomore Lorenzo Parra rumbled into the end-zone putting Bishop on top 6-0.  Yerington would then put their rushing game in high gear rolling to a 36-6 victory.  Lorenzo Parra led the way for the Bronco JV offense and defense.

The Bishop Union High School JV will have a bye this week and be back in action on Friday, September 18th with a trip to Vasquez.  The JV have also picked up a game Friday September 25th hosting Boron at 4pm.

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#35 Lorenzo Parra
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#22 Chad Reeves
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#28 Hunter Waasdorp
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#4 Trace Sapp
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C #72 Jay Watterson, G #58 Jarid Alpers

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Lone Pine Volleyball downs Kern Valley

Lone Pine Volleyball Starts Strong

The Lone Pine high school volleyball program opened the 2015 season with a pair of wins over Kern Valley.  The Golden Eagle Varsity and Junior Varsity protected their home court notching wins over High Desert League opponent Kern Valley.

At the Varsity level Lone Pine won in four games, dropping game one 25-22, then reeling off three straight wins 25-21, 25-23, and 25-18.  Coach Mel Joseph’s comments, “After two weeks of intense practice it was nice to get on the court and play (against a worthy opponent), we played well at times and not so well at other times. As this team gains confidence and experience we will challenge any opponent we face.” As a team Lone Pine served 91% with 14 aces and hammered 32 kills. “Using this opening match as a stepping stone, we now know where the weaknesses lie and the area(s) of fundamentals that still need attention. As a coach I was very happy with the team attitude and their effort to battle”.

Varsity statistics

Niki Martinez 20/21 serving, 4 aces, 3 kills, 25 assists, 7 digs.
Abby Southey 20/21 serving, 2 aces, 10 kills, 10 digs.
Lena Cariou 15/15 serving, 4 aces, 2 kills, 14 digs.
Taylor Corona 7 kills, 1 block.
Katelyn Button 16/16 serving, 7 kills, 11 digs.
Lacie Jones 8/10 serving, 28 digs.
Katie Lacey 7/11 serving, 2 aces, 3 kills, 2 blocks, 2 digs.
Shyann Padilla 4 digs.

Junior Varsity

Lone Pine JV defeated Kern Valley in two competitive games 25-17, 28-26.

Junior Varsity Statistics

Celia Ray 6/7 serving, 2 kills, 9 assists.
Shelby Chavez 6/8 serving, 1 kill.
Jessianne Joiner 5/8 serving, 4kills, 5 digs.
Berenice Gutierrez 8/10 serving, 7 digs.
Juliann Jones 9/10 serving, 5 digs.
Mariah Button 5/7 serving, 3 kills.
Marissa Honeyman 6 kills.

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BUHS JV battle Carson

Bishop Union Fall to Carson City

Bronco JV fall 37-26

The 2015 Bishop Union High School JV football team filled a gap in their schedule with a Friday night game with Carson City. The Senators made the trip to Bishop filling a void left by Whittier Christian. The Hearlds did not bring a JV team to town. The Broncos and Senators played a spirited, back and forth match with Carson coming out on top 37-26.

Bishop opened the scoring with a Trace Sapp 4-yard touchdown run midway through the first quarter. The Senators countered with a score of their own moving the score even at 7-7. The Broncos answered with a one-play touchdown drive. Sophomore Hunter Waasdorp made a great read on an option play pitching the ball to Chad Reeves for a 77-yard touchdown run. The Arturo Lemus point after moved Bishop on top 14-7. Carson answered with a score to pull within 14-13. Just before halftime Carson would take a lead after notching a safety.

Down 15-14 at the half Bishop would respond. Sophomore Trace Sapp returned the second half kick off for a touchdown putting the Broncos back on top 20-15. Carson would have the answer yet again going ahead 23-20 on another rushing touchdown. Bishop would take the lead back through the air. Waasdorp connected with freshman Arturo Lemus for a 69-yard touchdown pass putting the Broncos up 26-23. Carson would close out the game with a pair of scores winning 37-26.

The Bishop JV will continue their season this Friday with a trip to Yerington Nevada. JV kickoff is set for 4:30.

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#21 Mark Mayhugh runs down a Carson running-back. (Gary Young Photo)
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#35 Lorenzo Parra and #22 Chad Reeves. (Gary Young Photo)
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#67 Ed Piper delivers the hit of the game. (Gary Young Photo)
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#24 “Crazy Eyes” Zach Cunningham with the tackle.
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Mammoth Volleyball @ Yerington

Huskies thrive at Yerington Tournament

submitted by Mammoth Coach John Morris:

The Mammoth Huskies girls volleyball team opened their 2015 season this past weekend with their first entry into the very tough Yerington tournament. The tournament features 20 teams from all over northern Nevada and a few Eastern Sierra teams. Yerington High School, the host team, has won the Nevada state title for their division 6 out of the past 8 years.

The Huskies played very well on Friday winning 2 out of 3 matches and earning a berth to the Gold (top) tournament on Saturday. The Huskies defeated Moapa Valley and Wells and lost a very close and well played  match to Yerington 25-24, 25-20. Mammoth did not fare as well on Saturday losing to Dayton, Lowry and Spanish Springs before finishing with a win vs. Portola.

According to Mammoth head coach John Morris, “This was all about getting to know each other and playing some really tough teams. We have only been practicing for about a week, due to construction of our new gym floor. The Yerington tournament has a reputation for really high quality play and it was a big success for us to make it into the Gold tournament and to play against the best that were there. It was a great early season experience for our team.”

The 2015 Huskies are led by Senior outside hitters Callie Mowat and Taylor Sanders, Senior opposite hitter and defensive specialist Kira Shultz, Senior middle blocker Tatum Sandvigen, Junior setter McKenna Smith and Junior libero Caitlin Young. Mammoth hosts the Mammoth Volleyball Invitational tournament on September 11 and 12 at the newly renovated Mammoth High School gym. 12 teams from Oakhurst to LA plan to attend.

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Tonopah dominates Sierra Lutheran

Tonopah downs Sierra Lutheran

The Tonopah Muckers opened the 2015 season with a strong 55-26 win over Sierra Lutheran. The game kicked off the KIBS “High School Football Game of the Week” schedule. Tonopah will be featured three more times in 2015, Friday, September 18th vs Alamo, Friday, September 25th vs Indian Springs and Thursday, October 29th vs. Beaver Dam.

Reported by Robert Otteson:

Coaches Comments

Coach Duffy Otteson remarks after game. Our boys played well but we had a lot of mistakes and we need to work on them. Our Defense was good tonight only allowing 3 First Downs.

Half Time Score was 48 nothing, Junior Varsity played most of the second half.

Scoring

T-    28  20   7   0 – 55

SL-  0   0  12  12 26

Passing
T-Tanner Otteson, 5-10-133 3TD’s, Katzenback 0-1-0
Receiving
T-Tristan Otteson 2-42 1TD, May 1-29 1TD, Gage Skiles 1-50 1TD, Kade Bunker 1-12.
Rushing

T- May 11-149 3TD’s, Tanner Otteson 5-35, Gage Skiles 4-32, Bunker 2-28 1TD, Scoby 4-17 1TD, D. Eason 1-2, Katzenback 1-(-4)
Scoring
T- May 26 (3 Rushing TD’s, 1 Rec. TD,  1 Rushing Conv.), Tristan Otteson 9 (1 rec. TD, 1 Kick, 1 rec. Conv.), Skiles 6 (1 Rec. TD), Scoby 6 (1 Rushing TD), Bunker 6 (1 Rushing TD), Tanner Otteson 2 (1 rushing Conv.)
Total Offense
T- 133 pass, 259 rush = 392 yards
SL – 54 pass, 113 rush = 167 yards
Defense (Tackles)
B. Eason8 4 solo (1/2 sack -3yards), Tanner Otteson 7 – 3 solo), May 7 4 solo, Jaden Six 52 solo (1/2 sack – 3, 1 FF), Skiles 42 solo, 3 FR, ½ sack – 4), Kirkland 3½ sack -4), Tristan Otteson 3 1 solo, Elliot 21 solo, Birkowitze 2 solo, Bunker 1, Katzenback, McCullough 1.
Tonopah Roster
1 Scotty May RB, DB, ATH Sr. 5-7 150. 
2 Gage Skiles RB, DB Jr. 5-9 150.
12 Chris
McCullough OL, DL Fr. 5-8 165.
14 Alex Katzenback TE, DE Fr. 5-10 140.
16 Tanner Otteson, QB, DB, K Jr. 5-8 150.
18 Jamaree Earl, 
RB, DB Sr. 5-11 160.
20 Kade Bunker, RB, LB So. 5-7 145. 

21 Brayden Tisue, WR, DB Fr. 5-0 90. 
22 Derek Eason,  WR, DB Fr. 5-0 90.
23 Tyler KirklandTE, DB Jr. 6-0 160. 
24 Brandon Scoby,  RB, DB Fr. 5-6 105. 
25 Tristan Otteson, TE, K, DB Sr. 5-10 150. 
41 Kekoa Elliot, OG, DE Sr. 5-10 170. 
42 Vinny Bagarose, RB, DB Jr. 5-7 140. 
43 Brendan Eason,  TE, ILB Jr. 5-10 175. 
44 Jaden Six,  TE, DE So. 5-10 160.
51 Lee Kettin, 
TE, DE Fr. 6-4 150. 
52 Ric Ramirez,  C, DL Fr. 6-1 165. 
53 Terry Yeager,  OG, DL Jr. 6-0 225. 
55 Max Swanson,  OL, DL Fr. 5-3 260.
56 Kordell Stark, 
C, DL Jr. 5-10 240.
57 Jordon Birkowitze,  OL, DL Jr. 6-0 255. 
Cody Ramerez, TE, DE Jr. 6-0 165.
Mathew Malendrez
TE, DE Fr. 5-10 155. 
Paul McMillan,  OL, DL So. 5-10 160. 
Coaches:
Head Coach: Duffy Otteson (8th season)
Asst Coach: Steve String (2nd season)
Matt
Kirkland (2nd season)
Line Coach:
Bobby Murray (1 season)

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