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June 17, 2011

Bishop Stingrays Swim Meet
The Bishop Stingrays are hosting an invitational swim meet, June 25-26, at Bishop City Park pool.
The Lions will serve a pancake breakfast both mornings with proceeds going to the team.

Bishop Youth Football and Cheer
Sign-up dates for Bishop Football and Cheer: today, 12-5 p.m., Pizza Factory; July 16, 12-5 p.m., McDonalds and July 21, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Nick’n’Willies.

Summer Basesball Camp

Fishing Report

June 17, 2011

Creek
The flows on the South Fork were reduced as of Monday.
More solid 2-lb.-plus rainbows along with plenty of pan-sized stockers are filling stringers.

Locals advance to final round of CHSRA

June 17, 2011

By Friday morning, two Bishop competitors were still in the running for the National High School Rodeo finals.
After the first and second go in the CHSRA state finals at Tri-County Fairgrounds, Chase Bowen and Bodie Kruse were eligible for the final short go Friday evening. Results from last night’s competition will determine who advances to nationals.
Kruse and partner Timothy Robison have a combined time of 45.86 in team roping. Fifteen teams competed last night to choose the five headed to Gillette, Wyo. July 17-23.

BUHS baseball honors

June 13, 2011

The Bishop Broncos baseball team capped off a strong season with an awards ceremony acknowledging players and the entire team effort that lead to an undefeated High Desert League season and a run in the CIF playoffs.
Team Awards
Most Valuable Player: Aaron Puls
MVP, Offense: Keith Tatum
MVP, Pitcher: Tanner Kruse
MVP, Defense: Schain Thomson, Chance Callahan
MVP, Utility: Doug Watterson
MVP, Outfielder: Taylor Neubauer
Most Improved: Nate Coakley
Most Inspirational: Cole Means
MVP, Ass’t. Manager: Aaron Lamb

BCC Ladies May update

June 13, 2011

May 3 found the Bishop Country Club Ladies playing a Par 3s and 5s tournament, where only those specific holes counted, using half handicap.
First flight winners were Carolyn Poindexter in first with a 29.5, Sue Stavlo with a 33 in second. Second flight was carded wtih Diane Hoffman in first place at 31 and Del McDaniel in second also with a 31.Third flight winners were Shirley Bement in first with a 30 and Marilyn Hoijer in second with a 31.
Andrea O’Connell from Mammoth was welcomed as a new member and captured least putt honors with 30 putts for her debut.

Athletes swim, bike, run for Bishop Swim Team triathlon

June 13, 2011

Nearly 70 athletes swam, biked and ran their way around Bishop City Park Saturday morning, all to benefit the Bishop Swim Team.
The event, organized by team coach Mel Beard, was divided into four categories. Sprint competitors swam 20 laps, or 500 yards, biked a 12-mile loop and finished off with a 3.7-mile run.
The “Kids Full Distance” event included a 200-yard swim, 3-mile bike race and 1-mile run. “Kids Mini” competition included a 100-yard swim, 1-mile ride and 1/2-mile run. The smallest of athletes opted for the Xtra Mini: 50-yard swim, 1/2-mile bike ride and 1/4-mile run.

CHSRA State Finals Schedule

June 13, 2011

Today
First Go, 9 a.m.
Barrel Racing
Steer Wrestling
Team Roping
Tie Down Roping
Breakaway
Goat Tying
Pole Bending
Bull Riding
First Go, 7 p.m.
Barrel Racing
Steer Wrestling
Team Roping
Tie Down Roping
Breakaway
* Goat Tying, Emily Cleland, No. 63
Pole Bending
* Bareback Riding, Chase Bowen, No. 182
Saddle Bronc
Bull Riding

Wednesday,
June 15
First Go, 7 a.m.
Boys Cutting
Girls Cutting
First Go, 9 a.m.
* Barrel Racing, Haley Oney, No. 33
Steer Wrestling
* Team Roping, Bodie Kruse, No. 181 with Timothy Robinson, No. 87
Tie Down Roping
Breakaway
Goat Tying

Special Rodeo part of CHSRA week

June 6, 2011

The Special Rodeo is a rodeo within a rodeo.
Scheduled for Thursday, June 16 at 6 p.m., in the middle of the California High School Rodeo Association’s state finals week at the Tri-County Fairgrounds, the Special Rodeo focuses on giving cowboys and cowgirls with special needs a chance to compete in modified rodeo events.
The CHSRA’s Special Rodeo allows high school rodeo athletes to work one on one with children in a rodeo where all contestants become champions.

New records set at High Sierra Ultras

June 6, 2011

More than 290 runners registered for the 18th annual Bishop High Sierra Ultra-marathons, held on May 21, beginning and finishing at the Millpond Recreational Park.
Runners travelled from all over the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Australia to participate in the 20-mile Fun Run, 50K, 50-mile and 100K events.
Proceeds from the race benefit the Northern Inyo Hospital Foundation, which will be very involved in projects at the new Hospital building. This year’s donation will bring the total funds raised from the last 16 races to over $105,000.

Results

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