Alyssa Garcia and Danielle Simpson combined for 25 points to help the Lady Warriors coast to a 60-37 victory over Mira Monte last Monday night at home.
Tehachapi (8-3) had a 30-15 lead at halftime and 54-25 lead through the third quarter to put the game away early.
Other leaders in the win included Dani Peacon with nine points and five assists, Rheanna Cowee with eight points and 12 rebounds and Madison Frey with six points and 15 rebounds.
Earlier this month, the Lady Warriors also had a pair of defeats to close out the Shafter tournament, losing to Liberty 48-40 and Lindsay 42-38. Despite the loss, the Lady Warriors earned runner-up honors in the tournament and Cowee and Peacon were named to the all-tournament team.
Tehachapi was participating in the Arvin Tournament this past weekend, with early round victories over Wasco 36-18, West 39-33 and Arvin 55-34 to reach the tournament semifinals.
Full results of the Arvin Tournament will be available in a future edition of The Tehachapi News.
Tehachapi rolled to their most lopsided win of the season last week with a 31-9 win over Mira Monte.
Leja Jakstaite, Brooke Boyd and Shelby Ricker led the team with five points each, while Maddie Cass, Brandi Davidson and Daisy Moran each had four points.
Other scorers included Kiera Peck and Angelika Kroeger, who each had a basket in the game.
In addition to the victory over the Lions, the Lady Braves proved that they are one of the best teams in Kern County earlier this month with a victory in the Liberty Tournament, going a perfect 4-0 in the three-day event, defeating Ridgeview, Stockdale, Independence and Liberty.
Full results of the tournament will be available in next week's edition.
In their first game of the season, the Lady Indians nearly recorded a victory over Mira Monte, eventually falling to the Lions 29-25 at home last Monday afternoon.
Montana Frey and Kirsten Medovitch both had eight points each to lead the team in scoring, while Taylor Cummings, Tessa Watts, Rebecca Kirk, and Amanda Lara combined for nine points.
Medovitch led the team in rebounds with six, followed by Candra Hall with four rebounds and Madison Cornell, Alex Caballero and Brianna Mendez combining for four boards.