The Warriors and Lady Warriors both took league wins against North last week at home in a dual meet at Dye Natatorium Pool.
The TYF Tomahawks will be holding spring drills starting next Saturday, April 26 and continue the following two Saturdays through May. 10, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Benz-Visco Cultural Park, located on Willow Springs Road just south of highway 58.
Mountain Tennis (13-8; 8-1 SEYL) recorded a pair of convincing victories in SEYL play last week, defeating North and Foothill by identical 8-1 team scores.
The Warriors played host to the Southeast Yosemite League this past Thursday at Horse Thief Country Club in Stallion Springs, taking second place in the team standings in SEYL mini tournament action.
The Warriors had a home meet at Coy Burnett Field last Wednesday, with Foothill turning back THS in the team standings in the varsity men and women's events.
It was a seesaw turn of events for Mountain Baseball this past week, with a pair of blowout victories against East 17-3 and Foothill 33-0 and a 17-5 loss to North in league action.
Later this month Northwestern University will appeal a March decision by the National Labor Relations Board that student-athletes at the university would be allowed to form a union and be treated like campus employees since they're on scholarship and playing football for the Wildcats.
Tehachapi took second place honors in a SEYL mini-tournament at Buena Vista Golf Course last Wednesday, with the Warriors tallying a team score of 485. Josh Corona (90), Max Weisenseel (90), Joe Barba (92), Ben Farinas (102), Kris Breedlove (111) and Parker Terle (128) turned in the top marks for the Warriors. Garces won the mini-tournament with a 432, followed by Highland (513), North (539), East (N/A) and Foothill (N/A) finishing third through sixth.
Tehachapi (11-8; 6-1 SEYL) recovered from their first league loss of the season against Garces to post two-straight wins this past week, defeating East 6-3 and Highland 9-0.
The Warriors were victorious against East 135-33 and the Lady Warriors fell in an SEYL dual against Blades, 96-75, last week at Dye Natatorium.
The TYF Tomahawks will be holding spring drills starting on Saturday, April 26 and continue the following two Saturdays through May. 10, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Benz-Visco Cultural Park, located on Willow Springs Road just south of highway 58.
Team co-captain and senior Miranda Mistretta was recently honored as second team All-SEYL in girls soccer after helping the Lady Warriors to a pair of league wins this past season.