The Lady Warriors volleyball team had a great season under first-year coach Rachel Wulff. With a record of 25–5 and a trip to the valley quarterfinals, you could say it was very successful season.
The Warriors are still finding their rhythm on the court, finishing this past week with a non-league 69-47 loss against Burroughs and a 1-3 showing in the Kern Schools Federal Credit Union Shootout Tourney in Bakersfield.
I haven’t been one to protest the NFL this season. While I am far from supportive of their antics regarding the national anthem, player statements and now their “social causes” initiatives, I refused to take part in a boycott. Instead, I was reasonable about the whole thing. I simply didn’t …
The Braves opened up the season at the Antelope Valley Tournament with a trio of losses against Eastside-Lancaster, Paraclete and Lancaster, but closed out with a 53-32 victory over Avalon.
The Indians had a strong showing last week in the AV Freshmen Winter Bash in the Desert Tourney, finishing with three wins and third-place honors, overall.
Tehachapi (3-1) opened up their season by reaching the championship game of the Scots-Hawks Tournament in Bakersfield, narrowly falling to Centennial, 33-28.
It’s been 14 years since I’ve had a little time on my hands in the winter months. Since 2003 I have had obligations related to Cal State Bakersfield basketball that filled every weekend, most evenings and of course a lot of travel time.
Former Tehachapi High baseball standout Sagun Gainey recently joined one of the top NCAA Division I college programs in the country, becoming one of 12 players signed by Long Beach State University for the 2018-2019 season.
The launch of the holiday season usually brings with it the idea of charity. Whether it is giving to others directly through service or financial support of various organizations, the holidays tend to bring our charitable side to a new light.
Eastern Conference All Area All-Stars were selected by their coaches and teammates to represent the Tomahawks in the 2017 Golden Empire 8th Annual Youth Shrine Potato Bowl Series, which took place Saturday, Nov. 18, at Independence High School. All proceeds of this event benefit Shriners Hos…
Thanksgiving is synonymous with football, right? It’s the one addition to the dinner table we usually take for granted, because it’s simply something we do while we wait for the turkey to finish.
When the going gets tough, the Tomahawks get tougher. With the championship title on the line, and one second remaining on the clock, it all came down to one final play of the game, one final play of the season for the sophomore Tomahawks and Southwest Mojos.
Warriors cross country gathered at Hart Park on Nov. 8 to compete in the SYL League Finals. THS cross country experienced some great finishes and some disappointment as the meet went on.
It’s rare in sports to have a weekend where all your teams win. That perfect alignment of the stars and planets prompts all your rooting interests to come together and gives you something to cheer about. Those weekends get even more rare when it comes to the postseason.
Aided by cold weather and a relentless defense, Mountain Football cruised to a CIF Division III first round playoff victory with a 34-8 drubbing over South.
The old saying "offense wins games, defense wins championships" might be true, but in the case of the hard-fought battle between the sophomore Tomahawks and the Eastern Sabers Saturday, Nov. 4, one team of 29 determined athletes became champions! One team performed at a new level not yet see…
Some of the Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club wrestlers got an early jump on the season at the Kern County Wrestling Association's Zombie Takedown Tournament held Oct. 29 in Bakersfield.
For the second consecutive season, the Tehachapi Warriors regular season football finale against West High School had a lot of meaning. Last season the game played in Tehachapi meant win number 300 for Hall of Fame head coach Steve Denman and a piece of the South Yosemite League Championship…
The Tehachapi High School Lady Warriors golf team traveled to Buena Vista Golf Course for the last league tournament. The Lady Warriors entered the competition with a 6-point lead on the rest of the league. We needed to finish at least in 4th place to earn a piece of the championship.
Mountain Football was the epitome of resiliency in the regular season finale, scrapping and clawing their way to a share of the South Yosemite League crown in a thrilling 27-21 victory over West.
Eight regular season wins, one playoff win, and 419 points later, the sophomore Tomahawks are on their way to the conference championship game Saturday, Nov. 4, against the Sabers out of east Bakersfield. Clear your calendars, folks, this is a game you won’t want to miss!
Maybe you haven’t noticed, but there’s a dynasty building on the Mountain. The Tehachapi Lady Warriors are champions this fall, as are the Lady Braves and the Lady Indians. Volleyball has and continues to establish itself as a force in the South Yosemite League, and in 2017 they have three m…
Tehachapi High School cross country traveled to Hart Park Oct. 28 and participated in the third annual Rebel Invite hosted by South High School. The Warriors ran in five divisions and ended the day bringing home four individual medals.
The Braves scored a season-high in points, but a pair of late touchdowns helped Ridgeview escape with a 31-30 victory over the Braves last Friday afternoon.
After reaching the finals of the South Yosemite League individual tournament earlier this month, tennis standout Catrina Hibbard was one of only a few girls in Kern County selected to represent their school at the South Area Individual Tournament last weekend at Garces Memorial High School.
The varsity Lady Warriors headed into the final week of league play needing a win at Ridgeview on Tuesday night to clinch their second consecutive league championship.
Tehachapi first-year volleyball coach Rachel Wulff keeps her wants pretty simple to game management for the Warriors.