If I were Tim Tebow, I think I'd take any hitting advice from Jose Canseco with a grain of Methtyltestosterone.
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.
Now in the fourth season, our weekly webcast "Roadrunner Rundown" has taken on a new format this season. While I’ve always tried to bring the human-interest element into the show, this year I’ve made it a point to dig deeper into the stories of our guests to discover what has made them who t…
The Seahawks locked arms during the National Anthem, the Chiefs' Marcus Peters and a few Titans players raised their fists in the air in apparent protest, and four Dolphins knelt on the sidelines.
A popular golf adage says, “It’s not how you drive; it’s how you arrive.” Last week, the CSUB Roadrunners flipped the script on that saying and paid a lot of attention to how, in fact, our teams drive.
They won four of seven matches in the tournament, but it might have been one they lost that proved how far the Warriors girls volleyball team has come.
Elena Quintanilla of Tehachapi tied for third-best score at the first South Yosemite League girls golf tournament of the season on Thursday, Sept. 8, at North Kern golf course.
I’ve been able to view life as one adventure after another. I have chosen to take each challenge and next opportunity in stride and make the most out of it. Whether it’s travel to a new destination or a unique experience, it’s a nice approach.
While the Warriors girls have yet to win as a team this season, Kennedy Caudle and Lily Dean have given them their first match with multiple singles victories.
The Tehachapi Mountain Roller Hockey 6-under Falcons won the Burbank tournament, going undefeated and beating the host 4-0 in the championship game.
It might be remembered as “The Fumble,” a heart-breaking turn of events for a senior transfer from the Carlsbad area who’d hoped to rekindle his young football career in Tehachapi.
I, like so many, was disturbed by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem during Friday’s preseason football game. Citing racial inequities, police brutality and even using the term “murder,” Kaepernick put an exclamation point on his alrea…
I don’t think while I reminisced about the 2015 CSUB baseball Western Athletic Conference Championship I ever told you about Brian Hein. After news of his passing last week, I wish I had introduced you all sooner to this man, his voice and his passion for family and baseball. As it happens t…
Call it unprofessional, if you want, but all through Ryan Lochte’s interview with Matt Lauer, I had an almost irresistible urge to put my hands over my ears and go, “La la lala la la lala la la.”
Judy Theriault captured the Horse Thief Women's Golf Club title for the second straight year as the Horse Thief women held their annual club championship on Tuesday-Wednesday, Aug. 9-10.
Four years ago, Dione Sheehan was just some ninth-grader who liked P.E. — fresh out of junior high, trying to remember where all her classes were and making a few new friends along the way.
The Warriors donned pads last week and held an intra-squad scrimmage at Coy Burnett Field as they prepared for their season opening football game on Friday night, Sept. 2, at Burroughs.
The 2016-17 season officially gets underway for the CSUB Roadrunners this Sunday night when the women’s soccer team takes the field at home against Fresno State. It’s the first of the fall sports to start its season and it will begin a new flurry of home contests as men’s soccer, volleyball …
Although the scoreboard didn’t show it, a rare trip to the Big League World Series of softball still was a mark in the win column for two Tehachapi girls.
Four Tehachapi children, all from Bear Valley Springs, returned from the State Wars inline roller hockey all-star tournament in Fort Wayne, Ind., with medals.