Jacobsen Bulldogs 6th and 7th grade boys basketball team finished their season undefeated, winning 23 games. They went on to win the League Tournament, bringing home the first place Bear Mountain League Trophy. Congratulations to all the boys and Coach Sheen for a successful season. Pictured are: (back row, from left) Bryson Sheen, Carson Wolff, Joseph Luna, Brandon Neaderbaomer, Joseph Hughes, Brady Campbell and Coach Scott Sheen; (front row, from left) Mason Madden, Logan OBeirne, Zach King, Nathanael Betz, Jamie Dayton, Andrew Boyd, Daniel Keefe, Ryan Jones and Joseph Ehrlich.
The Tehachapi High School Boy's varsity baseball team extended its winning streak to four with last Thursday's 7-5 victory over Bakersfield's Golden Valley Bulldogs, placing them at the top of the South Yosemite League's Central Section.
Nearing the league halfway mark, Warrior tennis has turned in some impressive results, including recently eclipsing their overall win total from last season.
Happy Wrestlemania Week! That's right, I'm nearly 35 years old and looking forward to WWE's Wrestlemania on Sunday. Thanks to the marketing genius of owner Vince McMahon, he's got this guy hooked again on his product, something I haven't really paid attention to since I left for college.
Tehachapi Falcons hockey club would like to invite all boys and girls ages 4-18 who are interested in playing hockey to come out to the Falcons nest for tryouts on April 18 or 19.
Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club (TVWC) recently competed in two local tournaments. On March 1, the Wrestling Club had 16 wrestlers compete in the KCWA/THS Folkstyle tournament held at Jacobsen Middle School. The following wrestlers placed in their age and weight divisions:
Another great week for the Lady Warriors with two more league wins!
The Tehachapi High School Track and Field Team competed in two events last week.
The Western Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament has come to a close and there were plenty of things to take away for the CSUB Roadrunners following their second year competing for the WAC’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.
Intercollegiate athletics is the epitome of sacrifice. I mean here is plenty of athletic talent, being awarded scholarships no less, but not allowed legally to accept anything else in return. While more NCAA legislation is passed to allow schools to ease the financial burden of student-athletes with increased stipends and living expenses, I wonder, what’s the rush?
The Tehachapi High School boy's varsity basketball team's season ended Wednesday night with a hard-fought 71-59 loss to the No. 2 seeded Porterville Panthers in the semifinals of the CIF Central
Section, Division III playoffs in Porterville.
"We are glad t o announce that April 11 we will be holding our 7th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot at the Kern County Gun Club," Robin Jackson, Tehachapi Mountains Search And Rescue member said.
Individuals or teams of four can sign up for the annual competition. The cost of the entries is $75 per person or $300 per team, "but only if you book prior to March 30," Jackson said.