The Warriors baseball team won its game against East, 15-3, on Thursday, April 20.
The Tehachapi High School Track and Field team was at Liberty High School last week to compete in two of the more prestigious invitationals of the year.
With the changes to the academic calendar this year at CSU Bakersfield comes the change to one of the biggest athletic evenings of the year.
The Tehachapi Gryphon's Soccer Club will hold free tryouts for its 2017 fall youth soccer program on Saturday, April 29, at Meadowbrook Park, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 4 p.m.
Another big step was taken in our program’s history last week. It was nothing short of a small miracle that once again shows the progress of CSU Bakersfield Athletics — we finally got a press box at Hardt Field.
The Warriors could have taken spring break off and enjoyed their status as South Yosemite League leaders. Instead, they took a sometimes-humbling but always enlightening three-day crash course in playoff-type baseball.
The Warriors girls have had some time to reflect on their softball fortunes over spring break, and they seem to have reached a conclusion.
The Tehachapi Regulators 14-and-under club basketball team started their season by winning the Showtime Spring Break Invitational Saturday and Sunday, April 1-2, at Garden Grove.
There was one thing that bothered me during last week’s NCAA National Championship game besides the officiating, the fact that it was played in a football stadium (again), the sloppy play and the inability for either team to make a free throw — OK, I guess a lot of things bothered me.
Warriors freshman America Teare set a personal record and captured the high jump, and teammate Keyron Scott won the long jump at the prestigious Gary Adams-Jim White Invitational at McFarland on Friday, April 7.
Dye Natatorium welcomed Tehachapi's swim team home in style after a two-year absence, and Warriors swimmers completed a banner week as Jessica Riggs took gold at Garces.
Tell me if this makes any sense. Halfway through Game 7 of the World Series, a fan at home, watching a replay, spots a mistake by an umpire that cost the Mets a victory over Boston in Game 6.
I think many of us owe the residents of New York City an apology. I returned last week to the city after nearly 20 years as the CSUB Roadrunners men’s basketball team competed in the semifinals of the National Invitation Tournament.
Alexander Gerber won a spot on the Southern California All-Star Team as he and two teammates from the Perfect 10 Gymnastics Competitive Boys Team qualified for the Men's Region 1 Championships in Reno, Nev., Thursday-Friday, April 6-7.
Rained out a week earlier, the Warriors boys golf team might have literally been blown a little off course at Sundale Country Club in Bakersfield.
The Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club began its freestyle wrestling season at the Rumble at the Ram Tournament Saturday, March 25, at Garces Memorial High School in Bakersfield.
They might not have walked away with the big prize again this year, but cheer coach Robin Harris still calls them “our little team with a big heart.”
'There it is, for all to see, in all its glory — 1,200 pounds of I-don't-know-what suspended 10 feet in the air from a building in the LA Live area, daring you not to look.
The Warriors swim team swept both the boys and girls divisions in a dual meet against Highland at Bakersfield College on Friday, March 17, with six double gold medalists in individual events.
Michael Murillo scored an impressive fifth-place finish as the Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club closed out its Folkstyle season at the California USA Kids Folkstyle State Tournament Saturday and Sunday, March 18-19, in Fresno.
Jacobsen Middle School hopes to take a team of about 60 athletes, including a mix of returning veterans and newcomers, to its first track and field meet of the season on April 8 at Cerro Coso College in Ridgecrest.
Being a part of the 2017 NIT, and playing more than one game after a win over Cal in the first round, the CSUB Roadrunners get to continue to play basketball under some new experimental rules being used in this 2017 tournament.
Coming off a loss and facing one of the best pitchers in the area, the Warriors had to regroup for their South Yosemite League opener against Independence.
A victory in their league opener, a second-place finish in the prestigious Lynch Cup, and a chance to get everybody in the mix: That's what makes momentum.
Jessica Riggs won the 100-meter breaststroke and led the Tehachapi girls to a second-place team finish at the Taft Wildcat Invitational swim meet on Saturday, March 11.