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BUHS Volleyball Fundraiser

Bishop Union High School Volleyball Fundraiser

March 28, 2016

Bishop Union High School Volleyball is holding their 5th annual Wine Tasting Fundraiser.  Proceeds benefit the Bishop Union High School Volleyball team.  The Wine Tasting will be held on Friday, April 8th from 6pm to 8pm at the Tri-County Fairgrounds Tallman Pavilion.  For more information or to purchase tickets please call the main office at BUHS 760-873-4275 or coach Linda Frigerio, 760-937-3741.

cover photo by Gary Young

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Bishop Unions Kiara Cox Heading to Australia

Kiara Cox Selected to Down Under Tournament Team

by Arnie Palu

Bishop Union High School Junior Kiara Cox has been selected to play this summer in the Down Under Sports Tournament.  Cox, a Junior at Bishop Union High School, will be participating in the international event on the Pacific Conference Volleyball Team.  Cox follows a path blazed by her former Bronco teammate Maria Jimenez.  Maria made the Down Under team this past summer and encouraged Cox to make the journey this summer.

Cox notes that she is looking for sponsors to make donations toward the cost of competing down under.  You can make a contribution online at
www.DownUnderSports.com/payment?160660

To hear Kiara talk about the opportunity to play Down Under listen to her interview from this past Saturday’s sports show.  Kiara’s portion of the program begins approximately 9 minutes into the show.

Cover Photo by Gary Young.

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Bishop Union Volleyball Awards

Broncos Volleyball Awards Banquet

submitted by Coach Steve Park

The Broncos volleyball team and families met on Monday, December 7th to celebrate a successful season. While both the varsity and JV teams were young, varsity finished 2nd in league and were extremely competitive in the first round of CIF Playoffs. JV finished with a 5-3 record and showed great potential for future varsity teams.

The following varsity players received High Desert League (HDL) honors.
Of the 7 players selected for first team in the league, an impressive three were Broncos.
First Team All League: Maria Jimenez, Rachel Turner, and Kiara Cox
Second Team All League: Sydney Frigerio
Honorable Mention All League: Carly Todd
Academic All League: Maria Jimenez

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L to R, Rachel Turner, Carly Todd, Maria Jimenez, Sydney Frigerio, Kiara Cox. Photo by Dana Todd

Many of the Broncos also won local honors. Keeping with CIF philosophy that high schools train scholar athletes, almost half of the Broncos’ squad received awards for GPA’s of 3.5 or higher. Varsity players receiving this award were Kiara Cox, Sydney Frigerio, Maria Jimenez, Little Eva Lent, Rebeka Riesen, Romina Solorio, Carly Todd, and Rachel Turner. From the JV team, Jenna Andersen, Sofia Baiano, Liza Joya, Samantha Marcinko, and Danica Thornburg earned this award.

Varsity team awards included:
Rachel Turner, MVP offense
Maria Jimenez, MVP defense
Romina Solorio, Coach’s award
Rachel Turner, Golden Horseshoe award
Haley Hersley, Bronco Award

JV team awards included:
Sofia Baiano, MVP offense
Morningstar Lent, MVP defense
Cassidy Moffett and Danica Thornburg, Coach’s award
Liza Joya, Bronco award
Jade Whiteside, Horseshoe award

cover photo by Steve Dutcher

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BUHS Volleyball takes down Cal City in 5

Bishop Union Volleyball celebrates homecoming win

It took five games but the Bishop Union High School Volleyball team pulled out a key win Thursday.  California City proved to be a tough out Thursday as the Ravens claimed the first game 25-23.  Bishop won game two 25-12 but the Ravens took game three 25-19.  Bishop delighted the homecoming crowd winning the next two games 25-21 and 15-9.  The win improves Bishop Union’s High Desert League recorded to 5-1 trailing only unbeaten Frazier Mt (6-0).  The Broncos travel to Frazier Mt Tuesday November 3rd.

Individual Statistics.
#1 Rebeka Riesen 4 digs.
#11 Rachel Turner, 12 kills, 1 aces, 4 blocks, 7 digs.
#13 Kiara Cox, 10 kills, 3 aces, 6 blocks.
#15 Carly Todd, 9 kills, 1 ace, 8 digs.
#16 Ashley Worley, 20 digs.
#18 Sydney Frigerio, 1 kill, 2 aces, 25 assists, 13 digs, 2 blocks.
#23 Topah Scherer, 6 digs.
#25 Danielle Stone, 20 digs.
#32 Little Eva Lent, 2 aces, 9 digs.
#33 Maria Jimenez, 2 aces, 20 digs, 2 blocks.

Photos by Gary Young.

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#11 Rachel Turner
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#11 Rachel Turner and #18 Sydney Frigerio
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#33 Maria Jimenez and #11 Rachel Turner
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#32 Little Eva Lent
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#18 Sydney Frigerio
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#13 Kiara Cox
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#15 Carly Todd
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left to right, Maria Jimenez, Ashley Worley, Rebeka Riesen

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Bronco Volleyball wins thriller at Rosamond

Bishop Volleyball  wins in 5 games at Rosamond

It was a back and forth battle Thursday night between the Bishop Union High school volleyball team the Rosamond Roadrunners.  Bishop battled tough winning their second road, HDL game of the week.  The win moves Bishop to 4-1 in High Desert League play, good for second place behind unbeaten Frazier Mt.  Bishop hosts California City next Thursday October 29th and travels to Frazier Mt on Tuesday November 3rd.

Coach Steve Parks Report from Rosamond
Nothing was easy Thursday night in Rosamond.  Bishop Broncos
volleyball traveled to play the Roadrunners on their home court.
Bishop got off to a slow start with Rosamond’s strong serving but
fought back and almost won.  The first game went to the  Roadrunners, 23-25. 

The Broncos came back fighting in the second game, taking an early lead with Sydney Frigerio’s serves.  The Roadrunner defense turned back repeated attacks by Bishop but Bronco serving widened the lead.  Despite a surge by Rosamond, Bishop won the second game, 25-18.

Game 3 was a repeat of the second game, with aces by Frigerio, and the Broncos won 25-18.  Game 4 started the same way as games 2 and 3 but the Roadrunners fought back with great defense and took the lead from the Broncos.  Bishop tied it back up but Rosamond pushed back harder and the Broncos eventually lost 23-25.  However, the excitement began in the fifth game.  Bishop took an early lead again but the Roadrunner defense and offense dominated with a 13-7 lead over the Broncos in a game to 15 points.  The Broncos players dug deep inside themselves and began an incredible run that first tied the game 13-13 and then went on to win 16-14.  Rachel Turner’s serves and Carly Todd’s finishing kill gave the match to Bishop.

Individual Statistics:
Kiara Cox:  30 attacks for 8 kills.
Sydney Frigerio: 98 sets with 17 assists, 25 serves with 7 aces for 20 points.
Maria Jimenez:  28 attacks for 7 kills, 14 serves for 6 points, 21
serve receptions with 1 error.
LIttle Eva Lent: 38 attacks for 3 kills, 12 serves with 1 ace for 6
points, 18 serve receptions with 1 error.
Rebeka Riesen:  12 serve receptions.
Carly Todd: 30 attacks for 5 kills, 18 serves with 1 ace for 8 points.
Rachel Turner: 33 attacks for 5 kills, 16 serves with 6 aces for 10 points.
Ashley Worley:  10 serves for 3 points. 

cover photo by Steve Dutcher photography

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Broncos top Rival Kern Valley

Broncos bounce Rival Kern Valley in three games

The Bishop Union High School Bronco Volleyball team returned to their winning ways Tuesday night with a successful trip to rival Kern Valley.   The Broncos won a key High Desert League volleyball match in straight games.  Winning at rival Kern Valley is always sweet, but the Broncos needed the win to keep pace with league leading Frazier Mt.  Bishop fell to Frazier Mt on October 15th but will have a chance to avenge that loss with a trip to Frazier Mt on November 3rd.  Frazier Mt is currently 4-0 in High Desert League play with the Broncos at 3-1.

Kern Valley Report from Assistant Coach Steve Park:

The Bishop Broncos traveled to Kern Valley on Tuesday, October 20th, to play the Broncs in their fourth league game of the season.  Bishop won the match in three games 25-11, 25-19, and 25-11.  The Broncos dominated with their serves and attacks, taking an early lead in all three sets and then widening that lead in two of the three games.
Sydney Frigerio and Carly Todd were top servers, with 29 points scored in 41 attempts.  All of the Broncos were aggressive at the net with top scorer Rachel Turner putting away 7 kills out of 14 attacks.
Maria Jimenez dominated with her attacks in the third game, scoring 3 kills in 7 attacks.  Haley Hersley scored 2 kills in 2 key attacks
that finished off the third game.  The Broncos are on the road again
on Thursday, October 22nd, to play Rosamond.

Individual Statistics
Kiara Cox:  12 attacks for 4 kills.
Sydney Frigerio: 42 sets with 23 assists, 26 serves with 5 aces for 19 points.
Haley Hersley: 3 attacks for 2 kills.
Maria Jimenez: 9 attacks for 5 kills.
Little Eva Lent: 11 attacks for 3 kills.
Topah Scherer:  7 attacks for 3 kills, 8 serves with 2 aces for 5 points.
Carly Todd: 27 attacks for 4 kills, 15 serves with 2 aces for 10 points.
Rachel Turner: 14 attacks for 7 kills.
Ashley Worley:  9 serves with 1 ace for 6 points.

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Water Break at Kern Valley. Photo By Brandi Cox
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#32 Little Eva Lent. Photo by Brandi Cox
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Assistant Coach Steve Park. Photo by Brandi Cox

Cover Photo by Steve Dutcher Photography.  http://www.stevedutcher.com/

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BUHS Volleyball wins at California City

Bishop Union tops Cal City

The Bishop Union High School volleyball team stays unbeaten in High Desert League play winning at California City Tuesday night.  Next up for the Broncos is a key HDL match up with Frazier Mt.  The Broncos and Falcons play at Gus Klekas Gymnasium Thursday, October 15th.  JV action at 4pm with the Varsity game following at 5pm.  Both Bishop Union and Frazier Mt are 2-0 in High Desert League play.

Tuesday @ California City
provided by coach Steve Park:
On Tuesday, October 13th, the Bishop Broncos volleyball team traveled to California City to play the Ravens. Bishop took an early lead in the first game with kills by Kiara Cox and Rachel Turner winning  25-17. 

Cal City fought back and beat the Broncos in the second game, 22-25.  The Broncos rallied and again took early leads in the last two
games, winning 25-22 and 25-19. Both teams had scrappy defenses, and attackers had difficulty scoring kills.  Finesse won over power in the offense, with tips and well-placed shots scoring the most points.
Maria Jimenez stood out with 3 aces in 18 serves and 9 points scored.

Individual Statistics:
Kiara Cox:  28 attacks for 11 kills, 17 serves with 3 aces for 9 points.
Sydney Frigerio: 51 sets with 15 assists, 17 serves with 2 aces for 7 points.
Maria Jimenez:  21 attacks for 5 kills, 18 serves with 3 aces for 9 points.
LIttle Eva Lent: 25 attacks for 4 kills, 14 serves with 3 aces for 8
points, 7 passes with no errors.
Carly Todd: 27 attacks for 4 kills, 14 serves with 2 aces for 5 points.
Rachel Turner: 36 attacks for 12 kills, 15 serves with 2 aces for 9 points.

Cover Photo, Carly Todd blocks vs. Lone Pine, photo by Gary Young.

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Bronco Volleyball wins HDL opener

Bishop Union High School Volleyball opens league with a win

Bishop Union High School Volleyball stats High Desert League play with a home win over Rosamond.  The Broncos welcomed Kiara Cox back from injury.  Cox has been unavailable since suffering an injury in the Yerington Tournament in late August.  Kiara notched a team high 13 kills.

Bishop Varsity won in 4 games.
Game 1, 25-19
Game 2, 25-22
Game 3, 25-21 (rosamond)
Game 4, 25-23

Individual Statistics
Kiara Cox 36 attacks for 13 kills.
Sydney Frigerio  20 serves with 3 aces for 10 points, 67 sets.
Maria Jimenez 19 attacks for 4 kills, 22 serves with 2 aces for 14 points, 21 digs with 2 errors, 55 sets.
Little Eva Lent  31 attacks for 4 kills, 12 serves for 5 points, 21 digs with 5 errors.
Topah Scherer 11 attacks for 3 kills.
Carly Todd 26 attacks for 1 kill, 13 serves with 1 aces for 4 points.
Rachel Turner 29 attacks for 8 kills, 11 serves for 3 aces.
Ashley Worley 14 serves for 6 points, 20 digs with 2 errors.

Junior Varsity
Bishop JV won in two games 25-14 and 25-16.

Statistics provided by assistant Coach Steve Park

cover photo by Gary Young, BUHS junior Kiara Cox

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Bishop Sweeps the Muckers

Bishop Union High School Volleyball tops Tonopah

Bishop Union High School Volleyball continues their pre-league schedule.  Tuesday the Broncos welcomed the Tonopah Muckers to town.  Bishop took down the Muckers in straight games at both the Junior Varsity and Varsity level.  The Broncos will complete their non-league schedule with a home match with Lee Vining Thursday, October 1st, 5pm.   The Broncos begin High Desert League Play Tuesday, October 6th hosting Rosamond.

Tonopah Recap provided by assistant coach Steve Park:

The Bishop JV and varsity volleyball squads played Tonopah Tuesday
evening at home and swept both teams in straight sets.  Varsity won in three games: 25-20, 25-17, and 25-7.

Although they got off to a slow start in the first game, Carly Todd had a serving run that set the momentum for the Broncos.  Bishop came on strong in the second and third games led by serving runs by Sydney Frigerio and Maria Jimenez, respectively.  Rachel Turner led the team in attacks, with 11 kills in 22 attempts.  Bishop’s offense struggled to score in the first game because Tonopah had an effective defense.  However, the Broncos began putting balls away in the second and third games and came on strong at the end.  By the third game, Tonopah was unable to defend against Bishop and the Broncos scored 15 kills.

Individual Stats:
Sydney Frigerio 6 attacks for 4 kills, 15 serves with 2 aces for 8 points with one error, 9 digs and no errors.
Maria Jimenez 15 attacks for 3 kills, 18 serves with 5 aces for 18 points, 5 digs with no errors.
Little Eva Lent  13 attacks for 4 kills, 4 serves for 1 point, 6 digs with 1 error.
Rebeka Riesen 2 attacks for 1 kill, 6 serves with 2 aces for 5 points.
Topah Scherer 3 attacks for 2 kills.
Romina Solorio 4 serves with 1 aces for 4 points.
Carly Todd 13 attacks for 6 kills, 14 serves with 2 aces for 9 points.
Rachel Turner 22 attacks for 11 kills.
Ashley Worley 6 attacks for 1 kill.
Dani Stone 10 digs with one error

Junior Varsity

The Bishop JV team also started slow, trading the lead with Tonopah
until finally winning both games  25-23 and 25-20.  Serving runs by Kassidie Duckey for 12 points and Gracie Sandoval for 6 points helped push the Broncos into wins. Lexie Sigler led the team with 4 kills in 11 attempts.  Cassidy Moffett defended against the Tonopah attacks, digging 11 times.

Individual stats:
Sofia Baiano  8 attacks with 2 kills.
Kassidie Duckey 7 attacks with 1 kill, 14 serves with 2 aces for 12 points with no errors.
Gracie Sandoval 10 serves with 1 ace for 6 points.
Lexie Sigler 11 attacks, 4 kills, 6 serves with 1 ace for 3 points with no errors.
Jade Whiteside 3 attacks for 2 kills, 7 serves with 2 aces for 5 points

Cover Photo by Gary Young.  Rachell Turner (#11) and Little Eva Lent (#32)

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Tuesday Volleyball Scores

Bishop JV top Lee Vining, Lone Pine dominates Mojave

Submitted by Coach Steve Park

The Bishop JV traveled to Lee Vining to play their varsity on Tuesday, September 22nd.  After a slow start in the first game, Bishop won the match in 3 sets: 25-19,25-8, and 25-16.

Freshman Sydney Frigerio led the offense with 23 attacks and 6 kills, but freshmen Sofia Baiano and Jade Whiteside stood out with 5 kills each.  Sophomores Kassidie Duckey, and Lexie Sigler, and Rebeka Riesen led the team in serving.  Each had no errors in over 10 serves.  Lee Vining had difficulties returning the Broncos’ serves, and Bishop scored a total of 18 aces in the 3 sets.  Overall, 95% of the Broncos serves were successful.

Individual stats:
Sofia Baiano  18 attacks, 5 kills
Kassidie Duckey 12 attacks, 2 kills, 18 serves with 6 aces for 14 points with no errors
Liza Joya  6 serves for 4 points
Lexie Sigler 11 attacks, 3 kills, 10 serves with 3 aces for 9 points with no errors
Jade Whiteside 5 serves 15 attacks for 5 kills, 5 serves with 1 ace for 2 points with no errors
Rebeka Riesen 17 attacks, 4 kills, 14 serves with 3 aces for 12 points with no errors
Sydney Frigerio 23 attacks, 6 kills, 12 serves with 5 aces for 7 points

Lone Pine Volleyball

Submitted by Coach Mel Joseph

Mojave-The Lone Pine Lady Eagle volleyball team traveled to Mojave on Tuesday for their Desert Mountain League opener and disposed of the Lady Stangs in three straight 25-5, 25-3, 25-5. “Mojave has a very young team and not having a Middle School program or a JV team does not afford their incoming players the experience necessary for HS competition”. “I give them (Mojave players and coaches) credit for being good sports and hosts”. “A lot of times playing an inexperienced opponent, the level of play can drop on both sides of the net, I was pleased with our performance as Lone Pine stayed focused and took care of the ball on their side”. Lone Pine will next host the Desert Christian Knights from Lancaster on Saturday with JV action starting at 1:00PM.

Statistics
Setter Niki Martinez, 23/24 Serving, 10 Aces, 3 Kills, 26 Assists.
Outside Hitter Abby Southey, 3/4 Serving, 10 Kills, 3 Digs.
Opposite Hitter Lena Cariou, 10/10 Serving (100%), 5 Aces, 5 Kills, 2 Digs.
Middle Hitter Taylor Corona, 7 Kills.
Outside Hitter Katelyn Button, 6/8 Serving, 2 Aces, 4 Kills, 2 Digs.
Libero Lacie Jones, 6/6 Serving (100%), 2 Aces, 1 kill, 6 Digs.
Middle Hitter Katie Lacey, 18/19 Serving, 9 aces, 3 Kills.

Cover Photo, Bishop union high school’s Rebeka Riesen. Photo by Gary Young

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