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Broncos Roll On- Beat Ridgecrest Burros

The Broncos move to 4-0 with a 68-0 win in the High Sierra Classic.
Bishop Union sprinted out to a 61-0 lead at the half over Ridgecrest Burroughs. Senior running back Zach Mojarro ran for 240 yards on just 9 carries.

Mojarro scored 4 rushing touchdowns in the first half. All of Mojarro’s rushing stats came in the first half. Ridgecrest requested a running clock in the second half.
Senior Quarterback Jakob Redmond had another strong game rushing for a touchdown and connecting with Matteson for a score. Sophomore quarterback Boden St. Marie entered the game in the second quarter and threw his first varsity touchdown pass to Cheveyo Marquez.

The Broncos defense notched their second shutout of the season scoring three times on interceptions. Senior Captain Colt Matteson, Cheveyo Marquez, and Jason Mullner all scored on interception returns. Cain Omohundro also had an interception for the Bronco Defense. Senior defensive lineman Uriah Benally had a big night with 3 tackles for a loss.
Kennedy Batchelder had 6 total tackles. Austin Van Nest, Carson Schmidt and Reese Dondero each finished the night with 5 total tackles.
Colt Matteson was named the games MVP. Colt had a touchdown reception and the pick six. Mojarro earned offensive MVP honors for his half of work. Marquez was named defensive MVP as he pulled down two interceptions and made 7 total tackles. Senior Tristan Cooper drilled 6 extra points to be named special teams MVP.

 

Final Score 68-0
– Courtesy of MaxPreps – Broncos Coach Arnie Palu.
Photos by KIBS’ Gary Young.
Next up for the Broncos is a bye week before hosting Rim of the World Fighting Scots from Lake Arrowhead on Friday September 24th. Game time 7:00 p.m. Rock Baker will be offering AM 1230 KBOV’s Play-by-play broadcast.

 

 

 

 

Arrested – Accused Sexual Assaults on Children

(Broadcast on KIBS/KBOV News 8-24-21)

Monday, August 23, investigators and deputies from the Mono County Sheriff’s Office arrested Mitchell Pinizzotto, age 35, from Lee Vining, on suspicion of committing sexual assaults on juvenile victims.

Pinizzotto is being held in the Mono County Jail on felony charges of Rape, Kidnap, and Lewd and Lascivious Acts on a Child, with bail set at $1,000,000.

The investigation into Pinizzotto began with a report of sexual assault earlier this year, and a thorough investigation identified additional victims. The reported assaults happened from 2012 to 2021, and the victims ranged in age from 7 to 15 years old at the time of the reported assaults.

All the crimes occurred in the vicinity of Lee Vining.

Investigators are asking the assistance of the community in identifying any additional victims and are asking any victims to please come forward. Anyone with relevant information is encouraged to contact the Mono County Sheriff’s Office .

(From Mono County Sheriff’s Office)

Inyo County Placed On COVID-19 Monitoring List

Inyo County’s Public Health Division of Health and Human Services was notified on Friday, August 14, 2020 of the likelihood that the County will be officially placed on the list as of Monday, August 17, 2020, which will result in closure of indoor activities for additional industries.

Once the County is placed on the monitoring list, the following industries will be added to the list of businesses that must close indoor operations, but are able to modify to operate outside or by pick-up:

• Gyms and fitness centers
• Personal care services, like nail salons and body waxing
• Hair salons and barbershops
• Places of worship and cultural ceremonies, like weddings and funerals
• Offices for non-critical infrastructure sectors
• Shopping malls (not Inyo)

For more information visit the County website @ Inyo County, California