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Ivan Madueno, Stephen Meek and Bryce Rodriguez of the Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club won their divisions at the 3G Wrestling Tournament in LaVerne on Sunday, Jan. 15.

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The Tehachapi boys junior varsity Braves went to 2-0 in the South Yosemite League with a 57-46 victory over East Bakersfield on Wednesday, Jan. 18.

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There's a youth movement going on that bodes well for the future of Warriors girls basketball, but it's the “Now” that has these girls really excited.

Tehachapi's freshman Indians stretched their winning streak to seven in a row last week, finally beating nemesis Independence.

When it comes to soccer, the Warriors boys seem to be a second-half team.

Michael Murillo of the Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club won the championship in the 108-pound, 10-and-under division at the seventh annual Cal Republic Invitational in Norwalk on Sunday, Jan. 8.

Adam Lamonaco hit a pair of 3-pointers in the final three minutes, and the Tehachapi junior varsity Braves streaked to a 60-39 victory over Independence in a South Yosemite League game on Friday, Jan 13.

Elijah Barlow came away with a first-place medal as Tehachapi's wrestlers traveled to Golden Valley High School for a preseason meet on Saturday, Jan. 7.

The Tehachapi junior varsity Braves faded in the final 2½ minutes and lost to Garces 54-45 on Thursday, Jan. 5.

  • By COREY COSTELLOE Contributing columnist

Recently Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball played at Dartmouth, an Ivy League school located in Hanover, N.H. This game was the farthest we have ever been from home to play hoops, a record 2,966 miles from Bakersfield. Getting there was long and arduous; getting back was even more of an…

The Tehachapi girls have finished their preseason holiday tournament schedule and will soon be ready for their South Yosemite League basketball season a little more than a week away.

The Tehachapi Braves junior varsity team captured third place at the South High Rebel Shootout basketball tournament on Wednesday, Dec. 28, with a 27-21 victory over Golden Valley.

Mariah Godde, a junior on last year's Warriors softball team, has signed a national letter of intent to play Division I softball at Mount St. Mary's University in Maryland in 2018.

  • By COREY COSTELLOE Contributing columnist

Whether one is trying to recap 2016 through the eyes of the newsmakers, the news reporters, the sports journalists or the athletes, let’s admit, 2016 was pretty unique. It will be one of those years that will be hard to top in the next 12 months. But isn’t that the joy of a new year, the int…

Stallion Springs police Sgt. Gary Crowell accepted toys and gift items from the Horse Thief Women's Golf Club at its annual Christmas Luncheon on Thursday, Dec. 8, for distribution at the Jamison Center.

Zach Dobbins is a Tehachapi High School sophomore, a varsity wrestler, and, on this cold, blustery day, a charity volunteer, helping to bring cheer to the city's less fortunate.

  • By COREY COSTELLOE Contributing columnist

I am a firm believer in the adage that it indeed takes a village to raise a child. For some, that principle may no longer be valid; for others, they continue to adhere to it and hope that their neighbors, their friends, their kids’ coaches and teachers will in fact have an impact on the posi…

The Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club took 21 wrestlers to the fifth annual Tulare Titan Invitational Tournament on Sunday, Dec. 11, and finished second behind the host club.

  • By COREY COSTELLOE Contributing columnist

It looks like we did it again. For the second time this season and the third time in less than a year, Cal State Bakersfield's men’s basketball has sold out another home game. This sellout, however, is completely unique in its nature as this Thursday the Icardo Center will be full of 3,500 y…

The Oak Tree Country Club Women’s Golf Club held its annual awards luncheon on Saturday, Dec. 3, to recognize its major award winners and significant achievements of 2016, as well as install its 2017 board of directors.