Bishop Union High School Girls Basketball crushes KV
A very physical game favored the tough Bronco girls Wednesday night as they beat up rival Kern Valley 52-30 wrapping up a perfect 8-0 league record. Bishop was much more comfortable in the “no blood, no foul” game. The Broncos used a physical defensive effort opening a 13-5 lead at the close of the first quarter. Junior Sabrina Barlow keyed the defensive effort shutting down Kern Valley’s top player Rebecca Gallis. Barlow’s tough play frustrated Gallis limiting her to 11 points. Gallis, daughter of head coach Bill Gallis, entered the game averaging 27 points per game. Barlow was the defensive star on senior night, while senior Tamia Shoshone padded her MVP resume with yet another double double. Shoshone, daughter of head coach Rebecca Andreas, scored a game high 18 points and pulled down 12 rebounds. Bishop will enter the CIF central section playoffs at the #1 team out of the High Desert League. The bracket will be posted Saturday.
Kern Valley 30
Bishop Union 52
Tamia Shoshone 18 points, 12 rebounds, 3 assists.
Sabrina Barlow 10 points, 3 assist.
Topah Scherer 8 points, 3 steals.
Maria Jimenez 6 points, 2 assists, 3 steals.
Little Eva Lent 5 points, 9 rebounds, 4 blocks, 3 steals.
Sophia Thomas 2 points.
Rosalind Cardenas 2 points.
Cienna Martinez 1 point, 3 steals.
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Bishop built a 12-6 lead midway through the 1st quarter, but Kern Valley’s tight defense would limit Bishop to just 2 field goals the remainder of the half. Kern Valley outscored Bishop 20-7 in the second quarter building a 31-19 halftime lead. KV would maintain a very comfortable lead in the second half winning 56-35. Bishop finishes with a 2-6 HDL record and 13-15 overall record eliminating them from the post season. Had Bishop beat KV, the Broncos would have hit the required .500 record required to submit a petition for postseason play. The broncos honored their 5 seniors prior to the game. River Mallory, Ryan Lent, Jake Traynor, Thomas Montoya and Ty Tucker all played their final games Wednesday night. Sean Brown and Ryan Lent were the standouts for the Broncos playing with great energy on a night where the Broncos struggled overall.
Sean Brown 13, Thomas Montoya 9, Ryan Lent 6, River Mallory 4, Brandon Forrest 3.
The JV boys capped a 16-0 season with a 30-23 win over rival Kern Valley. Bishop led 28-14 at the start of the 4th quarter and for a second straight game scored just two fourth quarter points. The Broncos played just enough defense to hold on for the win. Congratulations to Coach Gordon Moose and assistant Chris Eldridge on their perfect season.
Trace Sapp 15, Tommy Ruelas 7, Anthony Vega 6, Gene Dondero 1, Mike Molina 1.
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The Bishop Union High School varsity boys and girls made quick work of Frazier Mt Tuesday night in the penultimate high desert league games. Bishop will wrap up the regular season tonight (Wednesday, February 18th) with home games against rival Kern Valley. The win vs. Frazier Mt secured the HDL championship for the girls (7-0 HDL). The boys improve to 2-5 in HDL play.
Frazier Mt 35
Thomas Montoya 19 points, 5 rebounds, 7 assists.
Jake Traynor 16 points, 6 rebounds.
Sean Brown 15 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists.
Ryan Lent 12 points, 4 rebounds, 5, steals, 8 assists.
Brandon Forest 11 points.
Druw Allen 8 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists.
Austin Younger 4 points, 1 assist.
Ty Tucker 4 points, 5 rebounds, 8 assists.
River Mallory 2 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists.
Tonight’s games with Kern Valley are the final regular seasons games. It will be senior night and the students are asking fans to wear white as the Broncos will be attempting to “white out” rival Kern Valley. JV action begins today at 3 and 4:30 with the varsity games following at 6 and 7:30. The varsity boys game will be broadcast live on AM 1230 KBOV and steamed live here at kibskbov.com, simply click on the listen live link on the home page.
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The Bishop Union High School Girls are the #3 seed in the CIF Central Section division 5 championships. Bishop will take on the winner of Tuesdays match between Washington Union and Lindsay. The Bishop girls, champs of the High Desert League, will play on Thursday in the second round.
The Bronco boys are the #9 seed in the CIF central section division 5 championships. Bishop will travel to Delano on Wednesday to play #8 seed Cesar Chavez. A Bishop win would have the Broncos playing #1 McFarland Friday.
Both Bishop teams will be on the road in the Central Section playoff unless they face a HDL team in the finals.
Mammoth girls soccer will host Bloomington in the opening round of the CIF southern section division 6 championships. The Mammoth girls won the desert mountain league championship. The Huskies will host Bloomington on Thursday.
The Mammoth boys will travel in the opening round of the CIF southern section division 7 championships. Mammoth, runners up in the desert mountain league, will travel to Riverside Prep in 1st round action Friday.
Lone Pine boys basketball will open play in the CIF southern section division 5A championships Wednesday hosting Bloomington Christian. Lone Pine won the Desert Mountain League Championships and is the #8 seed in the division 5A bracket. A win for Lone Pine would have them most likely on the road Friday vs. #9 seed Bishop Diego. Bishop Diego is favored in their opening round match up with un-ranked Coast Union.
The Lee Vining Boys won the Hi-Lo league earning the #12 seed in the CIF southern section division 6 championships. Lee Vining will host Summit View Wednesday night.
In girls basketball Big Pine will host Apple Valley Christian Thursday. Big Pine’s girls finished as runners up in the Hi-Lo earning the #16 seed. A win for Big Pine in the opening round would set up a second round game with #1 seed Price High School.
The Bishop High School girls basketball team will make the playoff in the central section, with the central section hoops playoffs starting next week. The Bishop boys basketball team is battling for a playoff spot. The Bishop boys are currently on the bubble with two games to go.
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Bishop High School basketball has successful trip to Cal City
The Broncos took the first 3 games on Friday but lost the night cap as the varsity boys fell 69-43. With wins the varsity girls and JV boys stay unbeaten in high desert league play. Bishop high will wrap up the regular season with back to back home games this Tuesday and Wednesday. Bishop will host Frazier Mt Tuesday then host rival Kern Valley Wednesday.
Cal City 69
Thomas Montoya 14, Sean Brown 9, Dru Allen 7, River Mallory 4, Jake Traynor 4, Brandon Forrest 3, Ty Tucker 2.
Cal City 29
Little Eva Lent 25 points 7 steals, Tamia Shoshone 11 points 6 rebounds, Topah Scherer 9 points 5 assist, Maria Jimenez 4 points 9 rebounds 5 steals and 5 blocks, Sophia Thomas 3 points, Cienna Martinez 2 points.
Cal City 33
Mike Molina 13, Trace Sapp 7, Anthony Vega 7, Carson Eldridge 4, Moran West 4, Tommy Ruelas 2.
The games this week will feature varsity only action Tuesday with the girls starting at 4:30 and the boys following at 6pm. Wednesday will see all four teams playing rival Kern Valley. JV girls open at 3pm, boys JV at 4:30, varsity girls at 6pm and varsity boys at 7:30. Wednesday will be senior night with the varsity squads taking time to honor their graduating seniors prior to their games with Kern Valley. All Bronco varsity boys games are broadcast live on AM 1230 KBOV, and streamed live right here at kibskbov.com
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The Bishop varsity girls soccer team traveled to Bakersfield Thursday defeating rival Kern Valley claiming the outright High Desert League title. Bishop won 2-0 improving to 7-0-1 in league play. Scoring goals for the Broncos were senior Brenda Gonzalez and sophomore Karla Castilla. Coach Manny Terasas commented, “The team played well. Great play all around. Kila Miller stepped up in the back playing great defense. Brenda Gonzalez had a great goal from a free kick about 25 yards out. The other goal came off a great run by Kailyn Boxley. She took a shot to the far post. The keeper for Kern made a great save, but the rebound was put away nicely by Karla Castilla.” Terasas closed by saying, “I am very proud of the girls. We had some key injuries in the game but the subs filled in nicely.”
The Bishop varsity boys defeat Kern Valley 8-2, with 4 goals for senior Elijah Alexander, two goals for freshman Diego Solorio, and one goal each for seniors Joe Domke and Joey Griego.
#10 Brenda Gonzalez (photo by Joe Griego)
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The quest for the High Desert League title will continue for the unbeaten Bronco girls soccer team after a 0-0 draw at Frazier Mt. Bishop’s varsity girls are 6-0-1 in HDL play one game in front of the Falcons. Bishop can win the HDL title with a win or a draw when they face off with rival Kern Valley Thursday. The game will be played at the Hart Soccer complex in Bakersfield due to work being done at Kern Valley’s home field.
According to Bishop Coach Manny Terasas the match with Frazier was a back and forth affair most of the game. Terasas indicates that the broncos had two shots hit the post in the final 10 minutes. The coach says, “Yessi Lara had a great game with five vital saves as goal keeper for a shut out. The best player of the field by far was Ritz Garcia, she won every 50-50 ball.” Bishop had 15 shots on goal, none finding the back of the net.
#4 Ritz Garcia in earlier action vs. Cal City. Photo by Joe Griego
The Bronco varsity boys fell to Frazier Mt. 1-0. The Bishop varsity boys fall to 4-3 in league play behind unbeaten Fraizer Mt (6-0-1) and Rosamond (4-2-1). The Bronco boys will wrap up the regular season in Bakersfield vs. rival Kern Valley (0-7 HDL)
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The Golden Eagles magical season continues with a championship clinching win over Desert High School. The 58-44 win at Edwards Air Force Base moves Lone Pine to 13-0 in Desert Mountain League play and 22-2 overall. Center Brad Greene returned from injury providing a huge lift. Greene scored a team high 26 points and pulled down 19 rebounds including 8 offensive boards. Greene had been out with injury, but now rejoins the team at this pivotal time. Lone Pine wraps up the regular seasons Thursday at Silver Valley then begins the post season the following week. This week Lone Pine is ranked #8 in the CIF Southern Section Division 5A poll. Lone Pine is the top public school in the top 16 poll….and the only public school in the poll.
Division III Wrestling Southern League Championships in Lincoln Nevada (Saturday 2-7-15)
Placing in the top 4 for Tonopah and advancing to the State Championships are:
Soph. 132 lbs. Tanner Otteson – 2nd place (32-10 record for the season) **Took 3rd at The State Championships last season 109 lbs.
Senior 195 lbs. Jeb Ayers – 3rd place
Senior 285 lbs. Kyle Dennis – 2nd placeThe State meet will be held in Winnemucca.
Others wrestling at state for Tonopah but not advancing to the state Championships were:
Kade Bunker 126 lbs. – 5th place
Jabe Jones 170 lbs. – 7th Place
Ian Guthridge 182 lbs. – 6th place
Tonopah finish 8th place as a Team with a total of 57 team points.
State Championships are in Winnemucca, NV this Friday and Saturday February 13th and 14th . Hosted by Lowry High School at the Winnemucca Indoor Event Center/Complex.
Coach Duffy Otteson said, “I am very proud of these young men. This is a tough sport and I am happy with of all the hard work they put inthroughout the year. We will continue to work hard with the boys who have advanced to State and hopefully we can bring home some state medals. This is a great group of young men.“
photo and recap provided by Robert Otteson.
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The second half of High Desert League basketball started Friday night with the Broncos falling to Rosamond 72-49. Rosamond built a 23-14 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. The loss moves the varsity boys to 1-4 in HDL play with three games to go. The Broncos will travel to California City this Friday, then wrap up the HDL season with back to back home games on Tuesday, February 17th (Frazier Mt) and Wednesday the 18th (Kern Valley). All Bronco varsity boys games are broadcast live on AM 1230 KBOV, and streamed live here at kibskbov.com.
Sophomore Sean Brown turned in the Broncos play of the game.
Sean Brown 13, Thomas Montoya 13, Ty Tucker 7, River Mallory, Jake Traynor, Brandon Forrest and Dru Allen each had 4.
The Broncos Varsity Girls stay unbeaten in HDL play with a solid victory over rosamond. Tamia Shoshone had another double double with 15 points and 16 rebounds.
Tamia Shoshone 15, Little Eva Lent 8, Cienna Martinez 7, Topah Scherer 7, Maria Jimenez 4, Sabrina Barlow 4.
The JV boys stay undefeated on the year with a strong win over the roadrunners. The top four scorers for the JV are freshman.
Tommy Ruelas 16, Moran West 13, Mike Molina 12, Trace Sapp 10, Anthony Vega 8, Carson Eldridge and Edward Piper 2.
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The most recent edition of the Saturday Sports Round up is now available. This weeks show features Kern Valley Basketball Coach Brian Christensen and Andy Watt. Coach “C” breaks down the most recent Bronco Basketball games while Andy Watt passes along his usual incite into the local, regional and national sports scene. Give the show a listen and be sure to tell your friends. Thanks to Carl’s Jr for sponsoring the show!
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