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Boron trounces Mammoth, 52-0

September 30, 2012

Boron's Bobcats had a homecoming Friday night, and the most welcome guests turned out to be the Mammoth Huskies.

Boron beat up on the undermanned Huskies, 52-0, behind a stellar performance by quarterback Austyn Fink. The senior went 13-for-20, with five touchdowns. The only blemish on his record was because of Mammoth's Tyler Wormhoudt, who intercepted Fink in the lost cause.

A tribute to my old ski buddy, Ward Baker

September 28, 2012

During the winters of 1947-48, I lived with Ward Baker in the Sun Valley parking lot, in a 4x8 foot trailer. Someone asked me last night, “Who is Ward Baker?”

Ward grew up in Manhattan Beach. I first met him while I was surfing, in January, in the freezing cold waters of the South Bay near his house. I was riding my homemade, 11-foot long, 95-pound redwood surfboard, and he was riding his homemade redwood surfboard that was about 7 feet long. It weighed nearly as much as mine did. We met in 1941, long before the invention of 8-pound foam and fiberglass boards.

Mammoth runners impressive in L.A. meet

September 28, 2012

Mammoth High School cross-country runners don’t have a big team, but they’ve got a big name.

The Huskies took seven runners to the 39th Annual Bellarmine Jefferson Invitational at Griffith Park in Los Angeles last weekend and came away with impressive performances.

The first race of the day featured four freshmen from Mammoth in the Fosh/Soph race. Up-and-comer Jeremy Laguna ran the 2.95-mile course in 18:52, placing ninth, and received a medal for his performance.

Huskies hope to continue winning ways

September 28, 2012

The Mammoth Huskies, now in the thick of High Desert Conference play, get to participate in a Home- coming tonight (Friday).

The problem is that it’s Boron’s homecoming, not theirs.

Coming off a strong 49-8 victory over Riverside Prep at Gault/MClure Stadium, the Huskies actually look to ruin Boron’s big night.

It won’t be easy.

Boron (4-1) is coming off a 56-6 victory over Vasquez on Friday, Sept. 21, and have won games this season by 54-0, 61-0 and 55-0. The Bobcats’ only loss was on Sept. 14, when they were taken to the cleaners, 48-6, by Rio Honda Prep of Arcadia.

Huskies thump Riverside Prep, 49-8, in first victory of the season

September 23, 2012

For the Mammoth Huskies, turnabout is fair play.

After suffering four straight losses to start the season—three by blowout—the Huskies on Friday, Sept. 21, turned the tables on Riverside Prep, 49-8 at Gault/McClure Stadium in Mammoth.

The game was a rout from the start. The Huskies put up 21 points in each of the first two quarters, added seven seven more in the third and finally let up in a scoreless fourth quarter.

Riverside Prep, this year a conference opponent, got on the scoreboard in the fourth quarter, when the game was well out of hand.

WARREN MILLER: Sleeping is a colossal waste of time

September 21, 2012

As I have grown older, I always thought I would live in a house somewhere in Sun City, Arizona, or Palm Springs, California, playing bridge and shuffleboard with a bunch of old blue and grey-haired people, many of whom would be on walkers. 

WARREN MILLER: Jeff Jobe—the first person to fly with skis

September 15, 2012

The noise increased rapidly from the south until I could make out a fire-engine-red Hughes 500 helicopter that flared out and settled on the tarmac at our small local airport. 

Huskies drop to 0-4 after 35-13 loss at Rosamond

September 15, 2012

The Mammoth Huskies showed plenty of improvement Friday night in Rosamond, but it wasn't enough to get them their first victory of the season.

Playing on the road for the second straight game, Mammoth lost, 35-13, dropping them to 0-4 for the season.

So far, the team has been outscored 190-52, but there's still plenty of football left.

Next up is Riverside Prep from Oro Grande, which comes to Mammoth's Gault/McClure Stadium for a 7 p.m. kickoff.

Ski training, plyometrics, help Husky football star Wormhoudt

September 15, 2012

After undergoing three blowout losses in three weeks, any casual observer of the Mammoth Huskies football team might wonder why in the world would anyone show up to watch these guys play.

The answer is in two words:

Tyler Wormhoudt.

Mammoth’s senior running back and defensive backfield defender is racking up prodigious numbers on the field, in spite of the Huskies’ humbling losses. Coach Marty Thompson, along with everybody else, is impressed, and says one of the main reasons for Wormhoudt’s football prowess is in his ski racing.

Tioga Run goes to Eric Lynch, Rebecca Sopp

September 14, 2012

It is not a particularly hard run, at least for those with legs of steel, lungs of a blast furnace, and the determination of a locomotive.

Erik Lynch and Rebecca Sopp qualify in all those areas, and the results of the Tioga Pass Run last weekend showed it.

Lynch, 24, ran the 12.4-mile road in 1:33:24, easily outrunning 24-year-old Ryan Spaulding of Bishop to win the men’s division. Spaulding finished nearly three minutes back, at 1:39:13.

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