Both the Bronco Varsity and Junior Varsity football teams hosted their first home games of the 2018 football season on Friday against Ontario Christian.
In the Junior Varsity game it was all Bishop as the Broncos would dominate the game and shutting out Ontario Christian Knights 26-0.
The Bishop JV’s were led on the ground by Freshman Luis Cruz who would carry the ball 5 times for a total of 79 yards and one touchdown, one fumble return for a touchdown and one punt return for a touchdown. Sophomore Jordan Cooper carried 15 time for 53 yards and one touchdown.
The Varsity game was a hard fought defensive battle. The Broncos switched Junior Luke McClean and Sophomore Clay Omohundro at quarterback throughout the game keeping the Ontario Christian Knights on their heels. Omohundro was 4 for 9 for 27 yards and McClean was 2 for 2 for 2 yards.
McClean led the Broncos on the ground with 17 carries for 129 yards, followed by Steven Paco carries 5 time for 24 yards.
Both teams had opportunities, early in the game, to score but defenses were able to hold. Ontario Christian would go for a field goal attempt in the first half, but, the Broncos blocked the attempt.
The only score of the game came with 9:28 remaining in the fourth quarter, when Luke McClean would run the ball in from 11 yards out on a quarterback keeper.
The point after attempt was no good.
The Broncos will now host the Yerington Lions this Friday evening. Junior Varsity game is at 4 with the Varsity Game at 7. Pre-game air time on 1230 AM KBOV will be at 6:50.
2019 Dodger Schedule S.T. = Spring Training Games As of 2 / 1 / 19 — All Times Pacific
2/23/19 Saturday Dodgers @ Chicago White Sox, S.T. 11:30a/12:05p 2/25/19 Monday Dodgers vs Chicago Cubs, S.T. 11:30a/12:05p 2/28/19 Thursday Dodgers vs Colorado, S.T. 11:30a/12:05p 3/2/19 Saturday Dodgers @ Arizona, S.T. 11:30a/12:10p 3/4/19 Monday Dodgers @ San Francisco, S.T. 11:30a/12:05p 3/6/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs Cleveland, S.T. 5:30p/6:05p 3/7/19 Thursday Dodgers @ Anaheim, S.T. 11:30a/12:10p 3/10/19 Sunday Dodgers @ Colorado, S.T. 12:30p/1:10p 3/11/19 Monday Dodgers vs San Francisco, S.T. 12:30p/1:05p 3/13/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs Chicago White Sox, S.T. 6:30p/7:05p 3/17/19 Sunday Dodgers vs Milwaukee, S.T. 12:30p/1:05p 3/20/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ Chicago Cubs, S.T. 6:30p/7:05p 3/21/19 Thursday Dodgers @ Milwaukee, S.T. 12:30p/1:05p 3/23/19 Saturday Dodgers vs Chicago White Sox, S.T. 11:30a/12:05p 3/24/19 Sunday Dodgers @ Anaheim, Freeway Series 4p/5:07p 3/25/19 Monday Dodgers @ Anaheim, Freeway Series 6p/7:07p 3/26/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs Anaheim, Freeway Series 6p/7p 3/28/19 Thursday Dodgers vs Arizona 12p/1:10p 3/29/19 Friday Dodgers vs Arizona 6p/7:10p 3/30/19 Saturday Dodgers vs Arizona 5p/6:10p 3/31/19 Sunday Dodgers vs Arizona 12p/1:10p 4/1/19 Monday Dodgers vs San Francisco 6p/7:10p 4/2/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs San Francisco 6p/7:10p 4/3/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs San Francisco 6p/7:10p 4/5/19 Friday Dodgers @ Colorado 12p/1:10p 4/6/19 Saturday Dodgers @ Colorado 4p/5:10p 4/7/19 Sunday Dodgers @ Colorado 4:30p/5:37p 4/8/19 Monday Dodgers @ St. Louis 3:30p/4:45p 4/9/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ St. Louis 3:30p/4:45p 4/10/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ St. Louis 3:30p/4:45p 4/11/19 Thursday Dodgers @ St. Louis 9a/10:15a 4/12/19 Friday Dodgers vs Milwaukee 6p/7:10p 4/13/19 Saturday Dodgers vs Milwaukee 5p/6:10p 4/14/19 Sunday Dodgers vs Milwaukee 12p/1:10p 4/15/19 Monday Dodgers vs Cincinnati 6p/7:10p 4/16/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs Cincinnati 6p/7:10p 4/17/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs Cincinnati 11a/12:10p 4/18/19 Thursday Dodgers @ Milwaukee 4p/5:10p 4/19/19 Friday Dodgers @ Milwaukee 4p/5:10p 4/20/19 Saturday Dodgers @ Milwaukee 3p/4:10p 4/21/19 Sunday Dodgers @ Milwaukee 10a/11:10a 4/23/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ Chicago 4p/5:05p 4/24/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ Chicago 4p/5:05p 4/25/19 Thursday Dodgers @ Chicago 10a/11:20a 4/26/19 Friday Dodgers vs Pittsburgh 6p/7:10p 4/27/19 Saturday Dodgers vs Pittsburgh 5p/6:10p 4/28/19 Sunday Dodgers vs Pittsburgh 12p/1:10p 4/29/19 Monday Dodgers @ San Francisco 5:30p/6:45p 4/30/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ San Francisco 5:30p/6:45p 5/1/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ San Francisco 5:30p/6:45p 5/3/19 Friday Dodgers @ San Diego 6p/7:10p 5/4/19 Saturday Dodgers @ San Diego 4:30p/5:40p 5/5/19 Sunday Dodgers @ San Diego 12p/1:10p 5/6/19 Monday Dodgers vs Atlanta 6p/7:10p 5/7/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs Atlanta 6p/7:10p 5/8/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs Atlanta 6p/7:10p 5/9/19 Thursday Dodgers vs Washington 6p/7:10p 5/10/19 Friday Dodgers vs Washington 6p/7:10p 5/11/19 Saturday Dodgers vs Washington 5p/6:10p 5/12/19 Sunday Dodgers vs Washington 12p/1:10p 5/14/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs San Diego 6p/7:10p 5/15/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs San Diego 6p/7:10p 5/17/19 Friday Dodgers @ Cincinnati 3p/4:10p 5/18/19 Saturday Dodgers @ Cincinnati 12p/1:10p 5/19/19 Sunday Dodgers @ Cincinnati 9a/10:10a 5/21/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ Tampa Bay 3p/4:10p 5/22/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ Tampa Bay 3p/4:10p 5/24/19 Friday Dodgers @ Pittsburgh 3p/4:05p 5/25/19 Saturday Dodgers @ Pittsburgh 3p/4:15p 5/26/19 Sunday Dodgers @ Pittsburgh 9:30a/10:35a 5/27/19 Monday Dodgers vs New York Mets 4p/5:10p 5/28/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs New York Mets 6p/7:10p 5/29/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs New York Mets 6p/7:10p 5/30/19 Thursday Dodgers vs New York Mets 6p/7:10p 5/31/19 Friday Dodgers vs Philadelphia 6p/7:10p 6/1/19 Saturday Dodgers vs Philadelphia 6p/7:10p 6/2/19 Sunday Dodgers vs Philadelphia 12p/1:10p 6/3/19 Monday Dodgers @ Arizona 5:30p/6:40p 6/4/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ Arizona 5:30p/6:40p 6/5/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ Arizona 11:30a/12:40p 6/7/19 Friday Dodgers @ San Francisco 6p/7:15p 6/8/19 Saturday Dodgers @ San Francisco 3p/4:15p 6/9/19 Sunday Dodgers @ San Francisco 12p/1:05p 6/10/19 Monday Dodgers @ Anaheim 6p/7:07p 6/11/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ Anaheim 6p/7:07p 6/13/19 Thursday Dodgers vs Chicago 6p/7:10p 6/14/19 Friday Dodgers vs Chicago 6p/7:10p 6/15/19 Saturday Dodgers vs Chicago 5p/6:10p 6/16/19 Sunday Dodgers vs Chicago 3p/4:05p 6/17/19 Monday Dodgers vs San Francisco 6p/7:10p 6/18/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs San Francisco 6p/7:10p 6/19/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs San Francisco 6p/7:10p 6/20/19 Thursday Dodgers vs San Francisco 6p/7:10p 6/21/19 Friday Dodgers vs Colorado 6p/7:10p 6/22/19 Saturday Dodgers vs Colorado 3p/4:15p 6/23/19 Sunday Dodgers vs Colorado 12p/1:10p 6/24/19 Monday Dodgers @ Arizona 5:30p/6:40p 6/25/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ Arizona 5:30p/6:40p 6/26/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ Arizona 11:30a/12:40p 6/27/19 Thursday Dodgers @ Colorado 4:30p/5:40p 6/28/19 Friday Dodgers @ Colorado 4:30p/5:40p 6/29/19 Saturday Dodgers @ Colorado 4p/5:15p 6/30/19 Sunday Dodgers @ Colorado 11a/12:10p 7/2/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs Arizona 6p/7:10p 7/3/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs Arizona 6p/7:10p 7/4/19 Thursday Dodgers vs San Diego 5p/6:10p 7/5/19 Friday Dodgers vs San Diego 6p/7:10p 7/6/19 Saturday Dodgers vs San Diego 6p/7:10p 7/7/19 Sunday Dodgers vs San Diego 12p/1:10p 7/12/19 Friday Dodgers @ Boston 3p/4:10p 7/13/19 Saturday Dodgers @ Boston 3p/4:15p 7/14/19 Sunday Dodgers @ Boston 3p/4:05p 7/15/19 Monday Dodgers @ Philadelphia 3p/4:05p 7/16/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ Philadelphia 3p/4:05p 7/17/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ Philadelphia 3p/4:05p 7/18/19 Thursday Dodgers @ Philadelphia 8:30a/9:35a 7/19/19 Friday Dodgers vs Miami 6p/7:10p 7/20/19 Saturday Dodgers vs Miami 5p/6:10p 7/21/19 Sunday Dodgers vs Miami 12p/1:10p 7/23/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs Anaheim 6p/7:10p 7/24/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs Anaheim 6p/7:10p 7/26/19 Friday Dodgers @ Washington 3p/4:05p 7/27/19 Saturday Dodgers @ Washington 12p/1:05p 7/28/19 Sunday Dodgers @ Washington 9:30a/10:35a 7/29/19 Monday Dodgers @ Colorado 4:30p/5:40p 7/30/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ Colorado 4:30p/5:40p 7/31/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ Colorado 11a/12:10p 8/1/19 Thursday Dodgers vs San Diego 6p/7:10p 8/2/19 Friday Dodgers vs San Diego 6p/7:10p 8/3/19 Saturday Dodgers vs San Diego 5p/6:10p 8/4/19 Sunday Dodgers vs San Diego 12p/1:10p 8/5/19 Monday Dodgers vs St. Louis 6p/7:10p 8/6/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs St. Louis 6p/7:10p 8/7/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs St. Louis 11a/12:10p 8/9/19 Friday Dodgers vs Arizona 6p/7:10p 8/10/19 Saturday Dodgers vs Arizona 5p/6:10p 8/11/19 Sunday Dodgers vs Arizona 12p/1:10p 8/13/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ Miami 3p/4:10p 8/14/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ Miami 3p/4:10p 8/15/19 Thursday Dodgers @ Miami 11a/12:05p 8/16/19 Friday Dodgers @ Atlanta 3p/4:20p 8/17/19 Saturday Dodgers @ Atlanta 3p/4:20p 8/18/19 Sunday Dodgers @ Atlanta 9a/10:20a 8/20/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs Toronto 6p/7:10p 8/21/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs Toronto 6p/7:10p 8/22/19 Thursday Dodgers vs Toronto 6p/7:10p 8/23/19 Friday Dodgers vs New York Yankees 6p/7:10p 8/24/19 Saturday Dodgers vs New York Yankees 12p/1:05p 8/25/19 Sunday Dodgers vs New York Yankees 3p/4:05p 8/26/19 Monday Dodgers @ San Diego 6p/7:10p 8/27/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ San Diego 6p/7:10p 8/28/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ San Diego 5p/6:10p 8/29/19 Thursday Dodgers @ Arizona 5:30p/6:40p 8/30/19 Friday Dodgers @ Arizona 5:30p/6:40p 8/31/19 Saturday Dodgers @ Arizona 4p/5:10p 9/1/19 Sunday Dodgers @ Arizona 12p/1:10p 9/2/19 Monday Dodgers vs Colorado 4p/5:10p 9/3/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs Colorado 6p/7:10p 9/4/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs Colorado 6p/7:10p 9/6/19 Friday Dodgers vs San Francisco 6p/7:10p 9/7/19 Saturday Dodgers vs San Francisco 5p/6:10p 9/8/19 Sunday Dodgers vs San Francisco 12p/1:10p 9/10/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ Baltimore 3p/4:05p 9/11/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ Baltimore 3p/4:05p 9/12/19 Thursday Dodgers @ Baltimore 3p/4:05p 9/13/19 Friday Dodgers @ New York Mets 3p/4:10p 9/14/19 Saturday Dodgers @ New York Mets 3p/4:10p 9/15/19 Sunday Dodgers @ New York Mets 9a/10:10a 9/17/19 Tuesday Dodgers vs Tampa Bay 6p/7:10p 9/18/19 Wednesday Dodgers vs Tampa Bay 4p/5:10p 9/20/19 Friday Dodgers vs Colorado 6p/7:10p 9/21/19 Saturday Dodgers vs Colorado 5p/6:10p 9/22/19 Sunday Dodgers vs Colorado 12p/1:10p 9/24/19 Tuesday Dodgers @ San Diego 6p/7:10p 9/25/19 Wednesday Dodgers @ San Diego 6p/7:10p 9/26/19 Thursday Dodgers @ San Diego 11:30a/12:40p 9/27/19 Friday Dodgers @ San Francisco 6p/7:15p 9/28/19 Saturday Dodgers @ San Francisco 12p/1:05p 9/29/19 Sunday Dodgers @ San Francisco 11a/12:05p
The 2018 California High School Rodeo State Finals return to the Tri-County Fairgrounds this week! Wednesday, June 13th is Patriotic Day!! Wear Red, White and Blue. Free admission for Active and Retired Military. Opening Ceremony & Rodeo Performance is at 7pm.
Thursday June 14th is Family Night. $20 for the entire family. Rodeo Performance 7pm.
Friday June 15th is Cancer Awareness Night-Wear Pink! Rodeo performance is 7pm.
Saturday, June 16th is Senior Citizens Day! Free admission for 62+! 8am Cutting Championship, 11:30am Reined Cow Horse Championship Round and 1pm Final Rodeo Performance, Crowning of State Queen, Live Auction, Top 15 Finalists and ATV Raffle.
All show buttons are $20 and Single Evening Show is $7 available at the Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce 690 n. Main St. 760-873-8405.
In front of a huge home crowd, the Bishop Bronco Varsity Baseball Team hosted the Riverdale Cowboys in the semi-final game of the Central Section CIF Les Schwab Boys Baseball Championships Division 6. The Riverdale Cowboy went ino the game ranked #5 and the Broncos the #1 ranked team.
After the Cowboys were retired, in order in the top of the first inning, the Broncos would score twice in the bottom half of the inning. Justin Yates would start off by getting a walk, followed by Mike Kubiak getting on base. With two outs, Lorenzo Parra would get a single allowing Yates to come around and score the first run of the game. Next up was Cal Omohundro who would hit a double to center bringing Kubiak around to score. At the end of the first inning, the Broncos had the lead 2-0.
After being retired, in order in the second inning, the Broncos would explode at the plate scoring an incredible 12 runs in the third. Justin Yates would get another walk to lead off the Broncos. Mike Kubiak stepped up and hit a double to deep left center, scoring Yates. Brody Maloney, who had five hits in the victory against Kern Valley in the second round game, continued with his hitting ways by smacking a double to the opposite field, which allowed Kubiak to cross the plate. Lorenzo Parra would get his second hit of the game, with a single to center, and Maloney came home.
After Cal Omohundro singled, advancing Parra to third base, Mike Molina would get a walk to load the bases for the Broncos. Jalen Watterson would get the first of his three hits, in the game, with a single to left center which brought Parra home. Hunter Beal followed with a single and Molina scored. After Yates struck out, in his second plate appearance of the inning, Mike Kubiak would step up to the plate.
With a 2-0 count, Kubiak would blow the game wide open when he hit a grand slam home run that landed on the top of the old Library building. With that hit, the Broncos lead was 12-0. The Broncos would add two more runs in the inning and go to the fourth inning leading 14-0.
In the Top of the fourth inning, the Cowboys would get three hits and score their only run of the game.
Going to the bottom of the fifth inning, with the score 14-0, the Broncos would add two more runs. With one out, Mike Molina would get a single and bring to the plate Jalen Watterson. Watterson, facing a 1-3 count, smacked his next pitch over the fence in right field, scoring him and Molina.
Justin Yates started on the mound for the Broncos with a strong performance striking out 5 batters, no walks and giving up just 4 hits. Austin Thomas would come in to close the game in the top of the 6th inning. He would face 8 batters, striking out 4, and giving up just three hits, ending the game with a strike out to give the Broncos the golden ticket to the Championship game.
The Bishop Broncos will face the Lindsay Cardinals, the number two ranked team, for the Championship on Saturday in Visalia. Lindsay defeated Roosevelt, Tuesday, 15-2.
Lindsay enters the championship game with an over all record of 18-12 and finished league 11-4. The Broncos go into the game 15-5-1 over all and 8-2 in league.
We will broadcast the game for you on 1230AM KBOV and online at http://www.kibskbov.com Game time is yet to be determined.
The 2017-18 BUHS Varsity Basketball team had their awards banquet recently and the following student-athletes were recognized:
BISHOP VARSITY TEAM AWARDS:
6th man of the Year – Kanyon Martinez
Rookie of the Year – Joe Weaver
Coaches Award – Luis Esparza
Mr. Hustle Award – Luke Mcclean
Big Man Award and Most Improved award – Sam Moose
Big Man Award – Hunter Waasdrop
Best Offensive Player Izaiah Anderson
Best Defensive Player – Mike Molina
Bronco MVP – Tommy Ruelas
All League Honors:
All League Academic – Luke Mcclean
All League Honorable Mention – Hunter Waasdorp
First Team All League – Mikey Molina
First Team All League Izaiah Anderson
****HIGH DESERT LEAGUE MVP – Tommy Ruelas*****
(Photos:Tommy Ruelas High Desert MVP)
(Varsity Basketball Team Pictured Left to Right: Kanyon Martinez, Tommy Ruelas, Izaiah Anderson, Sam Moose, Hunter Waasdorp, Mikey Molina, Luis Esparza, Luke McClean, Joe Weaver, Coaches: Asst coach: Danen Spoonhunter, Head Coach: Gordon Moose, Asst Coach: Brad Weaver)
The Lone Pine Lady Eagles Softball season came to an end, Thursday, as they were defeated by Marymount in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 7 Championships.
The Lady Eagles three runs all came in the third inning in their losing effort. Marymount scored three runs in the first, four in the second, two in the third, three in the fourth and one in the fifth.
The Lady Eagles finished the regular season as Co-Champions with Vasquez.
KIBS/KBOV congratulates the Lady Eagles on a great season!
On a perfect weather day, the Bishop Broncos Varsity Baseball Team advanced to the Semi-Finals of the Central Section CIF Les Schwab Boys Baseball Championships (Division 6), by defeating the Kern Valley Broncos, at home 17-1.
The Broncs would get on the scoreboard in the first inning and take a 1-0 lead going to the bottom of the first. After Justin Yates walked, Mike Kubiak would hit a monster fly ball that would be ruled a ground rule double to left field.
Brodie Maloney would follow with a double to center field that brought Yates and Kubiak around to score to take the lead 2-1.
Next up was Cal Omohundro who would hit the second double of the inning bringing Maloney home. Going to the top of the second the Broncos had the lead 3-1.
From that point on, it was all Bishop Broncos as they would hold Kern Valley scoreless the rest of the game.
In the Bottom of the second Lukas Di Angelo would reach first on an error. With two outs, Kubiak would hit a ground ball to left. That would bring Maloney to the plate.
With a 1-1 count, Maloney would get the games only home run as he would hit rocket that landed on the boys locker room roof and make the score 6-1.
Lorenzo Parra would follow Maloney with a triple. Omohundro came to the plate and a single to the opposite field, scoring Parra.
Heading to the third inning, the Broncos would hold on to a 7-1 lead.Both teams were held scoreless in the third inning. In the Fourth, the Broncos would add to two more runs on a hit by Parra and a sacrifice fly by Omohundro and increase the Bronco lead 9-1.
In the fifth inning, the Broncos added four more runs and another four in the six inning.
Justin Yates, on the mound for the Broncos, went six innings to get the win striking out six batters, one walk and allowing just four hits.
Austin Thomas would come in to close the game in the seventh inning facing four batters, with one walk and two strike outs.
The final score Bishop Broncos 17 runs, 17 hits and 4 errors. Kern Valley Broncs 1 run, 3 hits and 4 errors. The number one seed, Broncos, advance to the semi-final game on Tuesday. As the number one seed, the Broncos will host the Semi-Final.
The Broncos will face the #5 seeded Team, the Riverdale Cowboys, who defeated Orange Cove 7-2. Riverdale has an overall record of 14-15 and the Broncos enter the game with an overall record of 14-5-1.
The Bishop Bronco Baseball and Softball Teams ended their regular season play on Thursday. The Boys Varsity Baseball and Girls Varsity Softball Team traveled to Frazier Mountain for their final game.
In the Boys game, the Broncos would end the regular season with a victory over Frazier Mountain 14-3 and improve their league record to 8-2.
The Broncos wasted no time getting on the scoreboard, first, in the top of the first inning. Justin Yates would start by hitting a single to center. Mike Kubiak would step up to the plate and was hit by a pitch. Yates would score from second base, on a wild throw, getting the Broncos on the score board. Brodie Maloney was next up for the Broncos and would pound out a triple that would allow Kubiak to come around and score.
Going to the bottom of the inning, leading 2-0, Frazier Mountain would get one run back to cut the Bronco lead to one run.
In the top of the second inning, Lukas Di Angelo would score and the Broncos would go to the bottom of the second inning with a 3-1 lead.
In the bottom of the second inning, the game became really interesting and Frazier Mountain would score two runs and we would go to the top of the third tied at 3.
The Broncos and Ravens would both be held scoreless in the third. Then, in the fourth, the Broncos would wake up the bats. With one out, Matthew Rosga would get on base on an error. Di Angelo would get a base hit. Yates stepped into the batters box and with a 2-1 count would get a triple and bring home Di Angelo. Kubiak would follow that up with double to center scoring Yates. The Broncos weren’t finished as Maloney would hit a double to left and Kubiak came around to score. Parra was next at the plate and hit a triple that allowed Maloney to visit home plate. Hunter Beal followed Parra with a single and bring Parra around. When the top of the fourth inning was finished the Broncos would score six runs and take the lead 9-3.
The Ravens would be retired, in order, in the bottom of the fourth. And, the Broncos would continue where they left off going to the fifth inning adding five more runs. The Ravens were unable to score anymore runs and Broncos would win on the ten run rule.
On the mound for the Broncos was Yates, who would go the distance to get the win. In doing so, Yates would strike out 8 batters, walk 2 and allow 5 hits.
The Broncos now wait to see who they will face in the first round of the playoffs. Preliminary Play-off rankings have the Broncos ranked #1 in the Central Section Division 6.