It was not a tournament for the faint of heart.
The Warriors girls golf team, hampered by illness and injuries all year long, completed its season with second-place finishes at the final two South Yosemite League tournaments.
It's 6:30 in the morning on a Sunday, so why am I awake? My body clock is saying: Close your eyes. My NFL clock is insisting: There's football on the tube.
As our calendar turns another week closer to November and in many eyes the start of the college basketball season, I was visited last week by a women’s basketball player beginning her senior campaign with the Roadrunners.
The Warriors girls volleyball team paid tribute to breast cancer survivors at its Dig for Life game Thursday night, Oct. 20, and also honored a team mom whose fight for survival ended last week.
Tanner Love scored two touchdowns in less than a minute in the fourth quarter, leading Tehachapi's junior varsity Braves to their first victory of the season, 42-7, over East on Friday night, Oct. 14.
Warriors volleyball will play host to its Dig for Life (Dig Pink) match against Golden Valley on Thursday, Oct. 20, acknowledging local women who have or are battling breast cancer.
Dedrick Basile came to CSUB in August 2015 as a fresh face. It was his second college program since leaving his native Houston, Texas, and the latest change came at a time of uncertainty in his life.
The half-court shot. It's a 47-feet-away small miracle that is occasionally answered when a basketball player heaves a desperation attempt with time expiring in a game. Some statistics have shown that not only is it the least-successful shot in basketball, but also only 1 in about every 100 …
Just 199 days after they took the court and their season ended in their first NCAA Tournament appearance, CSUB men’s basketball returned to practice on Saturday for the first official team workout of the 2016-17 season.
Golf annually gives us some of sports' most precious moments. Tom Watson's 1982 chip-in at Pebble Beach to beat Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer's hard-charging win in the 1960 U.S. Open at Cherry Hill, Tiger Woods' runaway victory at the 1996 Masters, and P.J. Willett's column about the 2016 Ry…
For the second time this season, the Warriors girls were unable to field a full team “due to illnesses and other activities,” finishing third at the South Yosemite League meet at Sundale Country Club on Thursday, Sept. 29.
It couldn't have come at a better time. It was homecoming, it was their last game before league, and the Warriors were off to their worst start in 75 years.
Horse Thief Country Club captured the fifth annual Tehachapi Cup golf tournament against the Bear Valley Springs team from Oak Tree Country Club in a two-day event held Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 21-22.
Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club will hold a parent meeting and sign-ups for its upcoming season at 6 p.m. on both Monday, Oct. 3, and Thursday, Oct. 6, at Old Towne Pizza.
Much has been made about the retirement of Dodgers’ legendary broadcaster Vin Scully, and deservedly so. He’s the greatest of all time and there will be no other like him. Try as anyone may, once his voice goes silent this week, the airwaves will never be the same.
Christine Marie, a U.S. Army medic and local repertory theater performer, sang the national anthem before the Warriors football home opener at Coy Burnett Field on Friday night, Sept. 23.
The Warriors girls are still on pace to defend their South Yosemite League golf title, and thanks to archrival Independence, they might not have to share it now.
Tehachapi's girls tennis team went into the California Tennis Classic with an 0-5 record. They came out of it with a 4-5 mark and a tournament championship.
The last time the Tehachapi Warriors football team started a season 0-3, the Japanese were about to attack Pearl Harbor, the state of Vermont declared war on Germany and Whirlaway won the Triple Crown of horse racing.
BAKERSFIELD — Tehachapi's JV Braves football team remained winless this season after a 19-7 loss at Bakersfield Christian on Friday, Sept. 16, despite playing three strong quarters.
Oak Tree Country Club's annual Play for PINK golf tournament raised $3,200 to help fight breast cancer, the Oak Tree Country Club Women's Golf Club announced.