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Bronco JV Football Hosting Boron

BUHS JV football takes on Boron Today

The Bishop Union High School Junior Varsity will take to John Schwab Field today, Friday September 25th.  A 4pm kickoff is set as the Broncos battle the Boron Bobcats.  The Bishop varsity has a bye this week and will return to action next week at Paraclete.  Boron’s varsity team is on the road tonight taking on Riverside Prep.

The Broncos and Bobcats have not played since the 2010 CIF championship game.  Bishop came out on top claiming the northeast division championship.  Bishop did travel to Boron this preseason for a scrimmage, but the two teams have not met in a meaningful game since the 2010 title game.

Today’s junior Varsity match will feature two teams hungry for their first win.  Both Bishop Union and Boron enter with 0-3 records.  There will be no charge to attend today’s game with kickoff set to begin at 4pm at Bishop Union High Schools John Schwab Field.

The Bronco JV have lost their first three games falling to Carson City, Yerington, and Vasquez.  The Bronco JV fell 36-30 at Vasquez a week ago.

Photographer Lorenzo Parra provided the following shots from Vasquez.

Freshman Guard #58 Jarid Alpers.
left to right, Sophomore linebacker Christian Landaverde, freshman cornerback Troy Erickson, and freshman free safety #21 Mark Mayhugh.
Sophomore receiver Zack Cunningham
#18 Freshman Hunter Beall blocks for Freshman receiver #10 Arturo Lemus.
sophomore running-back Lorenzo Parra.
sophomore receiver #22 Chad Reeves, #58 Jarid Alpers.
Sophomore #4 Trace Sapp with #22 Chad Reeves blocking.
Freshman #3 Troy Ericson.
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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.

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