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The Warriors swim team swept both the boys and girls divisions in a dual meet against Highland at Bakersfield College on Friday, March 17, with six double gold medalists in individual events.

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The Tehachapi Mountain Roller Hockey Falcons will hold tryouts for their new season on April 8-9 at their rink at 126 South Snyder Ave. in Tehachapi.

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Michael Murillo scored an impressive fifth-place finish as the Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club closed out its Folkstyle season at the California USA Kids Folkstyle State Tournament Saturday and Sunday, March 18-19, in Fresno.

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Jacobsen Middle School hopes to take a team of about 60 athletes, including a mix of returning veterans and newcomers, to its first track and field meet of the season on April 8 at Cerro Coso College in Ridgecrest.

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The Warriors boys' South Yosemite League golf tournament scheduled for Wednesday, March 22, at Buena Vista Golf Course was canceled due to bad weather.

Favian Garcia captured fourth place in the shot put as the Warriors managed three top-10 finishes at the Kern Invitational Track and Field Meet on Friday, March 10, at Liberty High School.

Warriors swimmers swept six of eight events in each division — led by Molly Miller Rijfkogel, Brandon Janney and Adrian Pacheco — and won both the boys and girls Division II team titles at the Graves Swim Relays on Saturday, March 4, at Garces.

Bennett Jeppsen of Tehachapi won the floor exercise and all-around, and the Level 5 Division 2 boys team from Perfect 10 Gymnastics won the Wu Guonian Classic gymnastics meet in Santee on Saturday-Sunday, March 4-5.

The Tehachapi Gryphons Soccer Club will hold registration for its spring youth soccer season on Monday, March 13, and Wednesday, March 15, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at Warrior Park.

  • By COREY COSTELLOE Contributing columnist

The stage is set once again in Sin City. The Roadrunners men’s basketball team is returning to the same court where they captured the Western Athletic Conference championship last season and their first bid to the NCAA Tournament as the 2017 WAC Tournament begins this week in Las Vegas.

I just read a baseball story online that I didn't understand — at all. At least not at first. Even after some careful thought and a trip or two to Wikipedia, I'm still not sure I understand it.

Five Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club wrestlers won gold medals as the team competed at Bakersfield College in the Kern County Wrestling Association USA Folkstyle championships on Feb. 26.

The Warriors began defense of their 2016 South Yosemite League baseball title last week, minus a half dozen or so starting seniors lost to graduation and with a new head coach.

Michael Murillo captured his grade 4-5 division as the Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club sent 17 wrestlers to the Central Valley Wrestling Association Masters tournament Saturday, Feb. 18, in Selma.

The Warriors boys tennis team bounced back from a season-opening loss to Liberty by beating South Sequoia League defending champion Taft on Thursday, Feb. 23.

Angie Kroeger, co-captain of the 2015-16 Warriors girls basketball team, was named to the Western State Conference Southern Division all-conference first team as a freshman at Bakersfield College.

  • By COREY COSTELLOE Contributing columnist

What does it take to be successful? To do more than even you can imagine possible? CSUB baseball pitcher Isaiah Moten showed what it took last week in a pitching performance for the ages. CSUB defeated No. 24 UC Santa Barbara 2-1 on Tuesday night in just the fourth game of the season behind …