Jacobsen Middle School students did well at the Valley Track Meet in Fresno.
Tehachapi High School Track and Field received a nice surprise when it was informed that three athletes from THS had qualified for the CIF Masters Meet held Saturday, May 20, at Buchanan High School in Clovis.
This week I’ll take part in the fifth consecutive Western Athletic Conference Baseball Championship Tournament for the CSUB Roadrunners, being held for the third time at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, Arizona.
Bear Valley Springs’ very own Gary Adams is once again generously donating his time and talent to help put on what has come to be affectionately known as “the best little Baseball camp in the USA.” Adams will be coaching along with approximately 20 other guest coaches, all of whom are friend…
Going into the last week of the season, the Warriors varsity baseball team already had the SYL league title locked up, but they still had a goal of going undefeated. And they did just that.
Sunday was the end of the 2016-17 home season for CSUB athletics. As the final out was recorded in the Roadrunners’ baseball series victory over Seattle University, thus came to an end another action-packed year for all CSUB teams.
The Lady Warriors played against the West Vikings in Bakersfield on May 9. At the top of the first inning, the Warriors started out very strong by scoring five runs. The Warriors defense prevented the Vikings from scoring any runs.
On Wednesday, May 10, Tehachapi High School Track and Field team had 15 athletes and four relay teams qualify for the CIF South Area Championships held at Liberty High School in Bakersfield.
Jacobsen Middle School students competed at the Northern Section Track Meet on April 29 at Liberty High School. The athletes who qualified from this meet participated in the Kern County Championships on May 6, also at Liberty High.
With the league championship potentially on the line for the Warriors varsity baseball team, they managed to pull out a win in a close game versus Ridgeview on Tuesday, May 2.
Tehachapi Lady Warriors returned from spring break after their two losses to Independence with focus and determination to move forward, beating the East High Blades in back-to-back games.
Both Tehachapi High boys and girls frosh/soph teams were at Independence High School on Tuesday, April 25, to compete in the SYL boys frosh/soph finals. The boys team tallied 50 total points and finished fifth overall in league.
I figured out the secret to life this past week. OK, not the entire secret, but one that might make getting through life a little easier. Let’s be honest; we’re all subject to that old saying: “Life, nobody gets out alive.” But I think I figured out a little help along the way thanks to a co…
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.