• By JOSEPH HORSWELL Contributing writer

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…

  • By CHRIS WALLACE Contributing writer
  • Updated

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.

  • By COREY COSTELLOE Contributing columnist

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.

  • By MELISSA DAVIS Contributing writer

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.

  • Tehachapi News

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.

  • By IDA KOSTIANIS Contributing writer

I haven’t practiced at Tehachapi Martial Arts Center in years but today my dad is testing for his 3rd degree and I’ve been invited to attend.

  • By CAREN WALLACE Contributing writer

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.

  • Contributed by THS tennis coaches

Mountain Tennis recently concluded the regular season with a 6-3 win over West High in Bakersfield, giving them a winning record overall for the season.

  • By MELISSA DAVIS Contributing writer

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.

  • Contributed by THS track and field

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.

  • Contributed by THS tennis coaches

Warrior tennis played in a pair of South Yosemite League contests this past week, losing to Ridgeview 5-4 and Golden Valley 5-3 in two closely contested match-ups.

  • BY TOM FRANCHERE Contributing writer

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.

  • BY JOHN NELSON jnelson@tehachapinews.com

After more than 30 years covering professional and world-class international sports for both newspapers and television, I made a career move.

  • BY JOHN NELSON jnelson@tehachapinews.com

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.

  • By COREY COSTELLOE Contributing columnist

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.

  • BY JOHN NELSON jnelson@tehachapinews.com

Fiona Ferry has been named to the all-South Yosemite League first team in girls basketball for the second season in a row.

  • BY JOHN NELSON jnelson@tehachapinews.com

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.